Wolverine: The Long Night Podcast

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Wolverine: The Long Night Podcast

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Ten episode podcast available on Stitcher. Originally available on the pay version of Stitcher, it's now available for free. The basic plot: Wolverine has gone to a remote Alaska town to escape from whatever and just wants to be left alone (not the first time this has happened); once there he encounters an evil drug-running family, a cult led by a charismatic leader, some quasi-innocent townfolk, and a pair of federal agents. It's a little slow but tolerable through nine 30 minute-ish episodes, but on episode 10 it jumps forward, crams in a lot of plot twists which require a prexisting level of knowledge with Wolverine's history from the comics, and ends some existing plot threads way too quickly.

It's almost worth the price I paid for it, but not worth the time I spent listening to it.
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A Wolverine podcast is peak nerdism.
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The second series builds on the first. It's an improvement and worth listening to. Much lighter on melodrama and more comic booky.
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