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'The Wolverine' Makes An Emo Album Cover In New International Poster

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by Kevin Jagernauth
December 13, 2012 9:56 AM
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Listen Logan, we know things might be hard right now. Silver Samurai is out there, and aspects of your personal life may not be going so well, but this is a bit much. At least put on a jacket, you'll catch your death of cold.

A new international poster has arrived for "The Wolverine," and it appears our hero is getting ready to drop his first album of heart-wrenching emo. We jest, but with the bright lights of the big, presumably much warmer city lurking in the background, kneeling in the rain on the edge of a building with a samurai sword seems a bit...dramatic. Also, we're pretty sure just walking around shirtless with a sword and with claw bared isn't the kind of attention one wants to draw towards themselves. Or maybe it is, if you're feeling a bit emotional.

Anyway, feel the pain below along with a motion poster version that emphasizes the melancholy and infinite sadness. "The Wolverine" will hopefully be feeling better and ready to date again on July 26, 2013. [RopeOfSilicon]

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6 Comments

  • Bill | December 28, 2012 3:53 PMReply

    This article is horrid. Seriously, you wrote 8 sentences and none of them were funny, cool, or even entertaining. And Jesus Christ, the line with "a bit...dramatic" is almost unbearable. It's a superhero movie involving a man with claws and crazy healing abilities. That premise MIGHT constitute a movie with a lot of drama. Who knows though? Maybe I'm being...dramatic.

    I'm not being dramatic. This article was awful.

  • Sebastian | December 22, 2012 10:44 PMReply

    Labels. That is just sad. You label it emo to feign coolness. You are not cool and this is not emo. This is art. Get a grip.

  • jason | December 21, 2012 3:28 PMReply

    These posters (the US one included) looks JUST like the Frank Miller Wolverine comics of the 80s, set in Japan, which were ultra-violent. Clearly, the movie is based on those. So I fail to see the problem, or the EMO-ness. I see ignorance on the part of the author of this article, though.

  • truebeliever | December 21, 2012 2:44 AMReply

    Yes indeed it does suck like emo. Please Fox abort this retarded fetus of a movie and give Marvel back what is theirs (the license to make good movies with their characters).

  • Fred | December 20, 2012 4:17 PMReply

    Ha! Wolverine catch a cold? Don't be so daft

  • RobertG | December 19, 2012 1:48 PMReply

    ... like tears in rain...

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