A preview of my LAST issue of WOLVERINE AND THE X-Men.  Art featured here by Mahmud Asrar (cover) Farel Dalrymple & Rico Renzi (Spidey & Logan) and myself, Jason Latour, on Doop. 


“Last issue featured work from Robbi Rodriguez, Ian Bertram, Ronald Wimberly, Kris Anka, Ariela Kristantina, Jim Rugg, Declan Shalvey, and James Harren, and next week’s issue assembles an equally wide range of talents as writer Jason Latour approaches the end of his run.

The line-up for Wolverine & The X-Men #11 isn’t quite as packed as the previous issue, but it’s still a stellar assortment of comic creators that includes the return of Robbi Rodriguez (Latour’s collaborator on last month’s exceptional Edge Of Spider-Verse #2 introducing Spider-Gwen), Ben Caldwell, Vanesa R. Del Rey, Chris Brunner, and Farel Dalrymple, whose recent graphic novel The Wrenchies is one of the year’s best reads.”



directed by: Zeek Earl & Chris Caldwell
Written by: Chris Caldwell



My twin brother is the best friend I could ever ask for. Perfect hugs: he’ll surprise me with one and just hold me tight and silent for a long time. He drove over to my school from his school a few hours away for the weekend. He didn’t even want to go into the city, he just wanted to hang out in Bronxville with me. He interrupted himself to tell me that I looked pretty. He’ll just do that. He makes me feel special. He listens when I talk. Really listens. And seems to always know what to say when I need to hear it most.

In the most sincere, innocent and pure way, he makes me feel love like a child - with no inhibition.

via Instagram’s @natgeoadventure - Photo: Corey Rich @coreyrichproductions - Back in 2009, during one of the earliest missions to begin working the #DawnWall project of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park, Tommy Caldwell (@tommycaldwell), Chris McNamara (@chris__mcnamara) and I settled into our portaledge camps after another day of living on the side of this famous 3,000-foot granite big wall. It’s incredible to think how many nights of these two climbers have been spent sleeping on these walls after full days of exploration. And for me, after shooting rock climbing here for over 20 years, El Cap has become my second home, my office, and my favorite after-work “crag” that gives me an excuse to hang out with all my best buddies, tell stories and live the high life. No better place in the world!