Kicking off in Origins #16, the Our War arc features an untold tale of Captain America and Wolverine during World war II. The issue was so popular it sold out at Diamond comics Distributors. Marvel hasn’t announced if it will go back to press with the issue, but it has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek at issue #17.

Written by DANIEL WAY
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Now that Logan can remember all his past, what will he learn about his times with Captain America? What happened between Cap, Bucky and Wolverine that will come back to haunt the Canadian Canucklehead? The answers come in Wolverine: Origins #17 and you won’t want to miss it!


Wolverine: Origins #17 arrives September 19 for $2.99.

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  1. Brent F.
    August 23, 2007 at 2:37 pm — Reply

    Contrary to what the solicitation states, I do in fact want to miss it.

  2. Jim
    August 23, 2007 at 3:13 pm — Reply

    Jeez, Cap has more posthumous releases than Tupac.

  3. Haseo
    August 23, 2007 at 10:25 pm — Reply

    Is Cap trying to beat out Wolverine with most crossovers in the different books?

  4. Mark I.
    August 24, 2007 at 10:57 am — Reply

    Funny, you presume the reason they killed Cap is to retire and replace a “tired” (not my opinion) old character.

    Then, just to prove how boring and outdated the character is, you PUT HIM IN EVERY BOOK.

    Who am I kidding, they just pulled a Superman.

  5. Anthony
    August 25, 2007 at 8:00 pm — Reply

    I can truly say that the art has been so bad on this book since #1 I have been able to pick it up. Such a shame. I would have picked it up for Cap/Wolvie but…nope…art sucks.

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