New York Comic Con 2014 is now in full swing, bringing with it loads of killer content for comic book fans. In fact, CraveOnline’s Iann Robinson got the chance to chat with famed author Charles Soule, the man responsible for killing off Wolverine.
We’re only two issues into “The Death of Wolverine,” so Soule couldn’t discuss too much about the overarching plot, but he was able to talk about the writing process, revealing that he wrote the entire thing early so that he could tweak the story ahead of time to make sure it was just right. In preparation, he read a whole lot of other Wolverine-related material, including “Weapon X” and “Kitty Pryde and Wolverine.” Clearly this guy did his homework.
Soule also told us a bit about some of his other, lesser known works like “Letter 44” and “Strange Attractors,” both of which were discussed in detail in our exclusive video interview, which has been embedded below for your viewing pleasure.
We have plenty of exclusive content still to come from NYCC 2014, so stay tuned to CraveOnline all this weekend for more coverage.