Fancy winning one of these Logan IMAX posters?

All you have to do is answers the following five questions...

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As well as being one of the leanest, meanest and best comic book movies to be released in a long while, Logan also boasted a brilliantly effective marketing campaign which included this rather snazzy hand-illustrated IMAX poster.

We’ve got four of them to give away, but in the interests of doing things fairly and squarely, we’ve set a Logan-themed quiz which you’ll need to pass in order to claim one for yourself.

To be in with a chance of winning one of these posters, simply submit your answers to the below questions to competitions@tcolondon.com under the subject line ‘Logan Competition’. You’ve got until 12pm GMT on Friday 17 March to enter.

We’ll draw the winners at random from a hat of the correct entries. Good luck!

1. Logan takes its inspiration from a 2008 graphic novel which centred on Wolverine’s twilight years. What was it called?

a) X-Pen(sioner)
b) Old Man Logan
c) Rusted Claws

2. What is the name of the clandestine government genetic research project that gave birth to Wolverine?

a) Mutant Factory Inc
b) Project Octarius
c) Weapon X

3. What is Logan’s surname?
a) Howlett
b) Smellie
c) Haggard

4. American actor Eriq La Salle has a small role in Logan, but which ’90s TV series is he known for?

a) Hang Time
b) ER
c) Chuckles ’n’ Co.

5. Which of the following films has director James Mangold admitted to being an influence on Logan?

a) Paper Moon
b) Double Impact
c) Barry Lyndon

Published 16 Mar 2017

Tags: Hugh Jackman Wolverine X-Men

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