ECC 121: Logan Movie Review (2017)

It’s Logan time bubs! Welcome back to the podcast made by fans about the fandoms you love; Epic Comicast. This week Karina and I (TC) review the new Logan movie directed by James Mangold! Where does it rank amongst the other X-Men films? We also touch on some Inhumans news/images as well as a first look at Aquaman visual effects for the DCEU! Make sure to visit us over at to check out more of our podcast episodes! We hope you enjoy!


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  1. Logan, the once mighty Wolverine, is sick. All the other mutants are gone. Only he and Xavier are left, and Charles is losing his mind. And when he does it is disastrous for those around him. When a young mutant girl unexpectedly shows up who needs his help, the time Logan spent trying to fly under the radar goes out the window. With the R rating, they were able to tell a story that actually held weight behind it. The film takes a good look at what happens when these gifted individuals start to crumble. Even though Logan is weaker, you really feel the ferocity behind his attacks since they can actually show what would happen in such an encounter. It’s well done, with accurate violence for the character, with a somber yet compelling tale to tell. Loved it.

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