First Trailer For Shout! Factory’s Wolverine: Origin Motion Comic

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originNext Tuesday, July 9, will see the release of a brand new motion comic from Marvel Knights Animation. Wolverine: Origin makes the leap from page to screen and the first trailer from Shout! Factory‘s latest entry into the world of motion comics has been released.

The Eisner-Award Winning series exploring the earliest days of a young Wolverine by Joe Quesada, Paul Jenkins, Bill Jemas, Andy Kubert, and Richard Isanove comes hot off the heels of the recent Inhumans motion comic. Special features for the upcoming release include a behind the scenes featurette with interviews with the creators and illustrators of the comic to talk about its earliest development all the way up to the DVD release. The total run time for the disc will be right around 66 minutes. We’ll have a full review of the motion comic when it hits next week. Stay tuned to CBT for that. What do you think of the trailer? Will you be checking this one out?

Wolverine is the best there is at what he does – although of course, what he does isn’t very nice. But long before he was a member of the X-Men, a tormented experiment of the Weapon-X project, or even a savage bar brawler known as Logan – he was simply a young boy.

What incredible forces created this man, the world’s greatest killing machine? For years, Wolverine has searched desperately for answers from his past, from the wilds of the Canadian Wilderness to the teeming cities of Japan and beyond. And despite his perseverance and longing for the truth, he remains an enigma to himself and those around him. But, in this landmark event, Marvel reveals all: the birth and childhood of young James Howlett…the intriguing secrets of his family history…and the tragedy that changed everything. Welcome to the greatest story never told.

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