Inspired by one of Wolverine’s most treasured comic book adventures, the 2017 film simply titled Logan is easily one of the best comic book films ever made. A (formerly) out of continuity tale set in a dystopian future, Old Man Logan was originally a miniseries written by Mark Millar and drawn by Steve McNiven (an all-star creative team if there ever was one) and was released by Marvel in 2008.
Throughout the eight-issue series, an aged and grey-haired Logan made his way on an epic road trip through a dystopian Marvel universe. Along the way, the Canucklehead met some bizarre allies, terrifying villains, and enough tragedy and horror to make Shakespeare cringe. There are countless amazing aspects of Old Man Logan but, unfortunately, the film wasn't a direct adaptation, as the vast majority of great moments from the comics didn't make the jump to the silver screen. This is mostly because Logan is a Fox film, and the rights to all the good stuff is owned by Marvel Studios.