Wolverine goes to hell in Wolverine #1, X-23 #1 and Daken: Dark Wolverine #1.  Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Wolverine in Hell, that you can check out after the jump.

WOLVERINE #1 (JUL100629)
WOLVERINE #1 MCNIVEN VARIANT (JUL100630)
WOLVERINE #1 SMITH VARIANT (JUL100631)
WOLVERINE #1 DJURDJEVIC VARIANT (JUL100632)
WOLVERINE #1 LEE SKETCH VARIANT (JUL100633)
WOLVERINE #1 BLANK VARIANT (JUL100634)
Written by JASON AARON
Penciled by RENATO GUEDES
Cover by JAE LEE
Variant Cover by STEVE MCNIVEN
Variant Cover by PAUL SMITH
Variant Cover by MARKO DJURDJEVIC
Sketch Variant Cover by JAE LEE

Beginning in September, these three all-new series set Wolverine and his family on their deadliest journey yet, as the Avenger and X-Man finds his soul banished to hell…and his body used to terrorize those closest to him! Wolverine must claw his way up from hell before his son and protégé find themselves the victims of a berserker barrage unlike any other! Can X-23 step up and fill Wolverine’s shoes with the X-Men? And will Daken choose to save Wolverine…or damn him?

The $3.99 issue arrives September 1, 2010.

DAKEN: DARK WOLVERINE #1 (JUL100638)
DAKEN: DARK WOLVERINE #1 DJURDJEVIC VARIANT (JUL100639)
DAKEN: DARK WOLVERINE #1 DELL’OTTO VARIANT (JUL100610)
Written by DANIEL WAY & MARJORIE LIU
Art & Cover by GIUSEPPE CAMUNCOLI
Variant Cover by MARKO DJURDJEVIC
Variant Cover by GABRIELE DELL’OTTO

Daken arrives September 8, 2010

X-23 #1 (JUL100635)
X-23 #1 DJURDJEVIC VARIANT (JUL100636)
X-23 #1 DELL’OTTO VARIANT (JUL100637)
X-23 #1 WOMEN OF MARVEL VARIANT (JUL100509)
Written by MARJORIE LIU
Penciled by WILL CONRAD
Cover by DANNI SHINYA LUO
Variant Cover by MARKO DJURDJEVIC
Variant Cover by GABRIELE DELL’OTTO
Women of Marvel Variant by JELENA KEVIC-DJURDJEVIC

X-23 arrives September 15, 2010.

via Marvel

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4 Comments

  1. Slappy
    August 10, 2010 at 11:50 am — Reply

    Love it when they start from #1.
    I know the reasons why and the arguments.
    I just do not see the industry being really interested in getting new readers and see this as more of a gimmick each and every time I see it.
    If there was always a fixed end point whenever a series began whether it is a mini or maxi series, I wouldn’t have a problem. I just hate the #1 just to say it is #1.

  2. Obsidian
    August 10, 2010 at 1:31 pm — Reply

    I frequently wonder what some artists think of when they draw. That first splash page in Wolverine looks like a gravity defying yoga pose gone wrong. Sigh.

    I agree with you, Slappy, it would be nice if the #1 wasn’t such an arbitrary thing. I’m sure a lot of books would really benefit from your suggestion of a predetermined number of issues. I wouldn’t mind if a book started at #1 and ran until #x fully knowing that ONE story was being told and that it had a definite end approaching. It’s more or less what they do with making writers write towards the trade, already so why not go the rest of the distance and stop numbering books the old way.

    • theSuperAlbino
      August 10, 2010 at 3:07 pm — Reply

      Both Secret Warriors and SHIELD are doing just that.

  3. Damascus
    September 18, 2010 at 10:43 pm — Reply

    I know it won’t hurt Wolverine if he falls off that building, but seriously, in the second picture what is keeping his balance? He should be doing a header into a dumpster below.

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