wolv49picon.jpgMarvel Comics has sent us a sneak peek of X-23 and Wolverine #49, which hit store shelves in December.  Take the jump for a five page preview and alternate covers for X-23.

X-23: Target X #1
Because you demanded it!  Superstar Top Cow artist MIKE CHOI joins the team as X-23 returns, picking up the bloody pieces where her first mini-series left off.  Having escaped the Facility that created her, X-23 struggles to create a real life for

herself.  But when your entire life has been about death and destruction, can you ever really escape the darkness?  The rest of the story begins here, and won’t end until X-23 faces off with the one man most responsible for her life… WOLVERINE.

X-23: TARGET X #1 (OF 6)  (OCT062188)
Pencils & Cover by MIKE CHOI
32 PGS./Parental Advisory …$2.99
FOC – 11/21, On-Sale – 12/13/2006

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Wolverine #49
It’s Christmas Eve, and a heavily armed suicide cult–clad in elf outfits–has taken hostage a mid-Manhattan department store and is threatening to blow the place sky high. Among the shoppers: Logan, who’s just itching to sink his (Santa) claws into someone after enduring the Yuletide rush.  Should be easy for a damn-near invulnerable force of nature to save the day, right?  Think again. All is not as it seems, as a spoiled billionaire’s daughter is about to find out, and the true meaning of Christmas will be spelt out…in blood.

WOLVERINE #49  (OCT062186)
Pencils & Cover by LAURENCE CAMPBELL
48 PGS./Parental Advisory …$3.99
FOC – 11/21, On-Sale – 12/13/2006

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