Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Wolverine and Jubliee #1 set to arrive in stores in January 2011.

Variant Cover by NIMIT MALAVIA

The Curse Of The Mutants irrevocably changed Jubilee—the fledgling vampire is on a dark path toward destruction. Only Jubilee’s former mentor Wolverine can deliver her to redemption! Will Logan be able to save his protégé or will he be consumed by darkness himself? One thing’s for sure, blood will be drawn in Wolverine and Jubilee #1! This issue features a stunning cover by superstar artist Olivier Coipel and a variant cover by rising star Nimit Malavia.

The $2.99 issue arrives January 19, 2011.

via Marvel

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  1. TaZ
    December 3, 2010 at 12:17 pm — Reply

    Batman and Robin pastche with real bats?

  2. seneca
    December 3, 2010 at 12:18 pm — Reply

    The red cover looks amatuerish. Wolvies head looks kind of slanted in a wierd way and the arm behind jubes is too far away from where his elbow is.

    • TaZ
      December 3, 2010 at 5:43 pm — Reply

      It makes Logan look like a big rat.

    • YHmetoo
      December 17, 2011 at 12:34 am — Reply

      finally, someone’s said it

  3. December 3, 2010 at 12:38 pm — Reply

    Who would pay money for that Alt. cover? It looks like a kid did it. Logan’s head is deformed and Jubie’s butt looks weird. This rising star needs to go and practice some more.

  4. Brian
    December 3, 2010 at 3:21 pm — Reply

    Wait, which is the alt cover? The red cover does have a different art style to it, not similar to but reminding me of the Kaare Andrews art for Xenogensis X-Men books. The other cover looks more like someone cut and pasted the art from around X-Men 260.

    • December 4, 2010 at 7:23 am — Reply

      The red cover with the very crude Wolverine, and odd Jubilee is the variant by some unknown named NIMIT MALAVIA, and I don’t think the regular cover by Oliver Coipel is featured, and the image you are speaking is a cut and pasted classic litho.

  5. December 4, 2010 at 11:31 am — Reply

    Envious of DC much, Marvel? ;p

    Does anyone really believe that Wolverine is the equivalent of Batman? It looks like the whole Darkclaw thing from Marvel vs DC went to somebody’ head.

  6. December 4, 2010 at 3:23 pm — Reply

    Feh. I like the red cover better than the Adams/Lee pastiche OR the interior art. Mileage, as always, blah blah blah fishcakes.

  7. Jeff
    December 4, 2010 at 4:41 pm — Reply

    Oh, another Wolverine book.


    And it has Jubilee in it, who is probably best known from the overwrought 90s cartoon as opposed to being any sort of character someone would pay money to read about.

    *YAWN* *YAWN*

  8. Cas
    December 24, 2010 at 10:46 pm — Reply

    The X-men have been a lost cause ever since Jean died, leaving Cyclops to boot out the team’s moral compass and be controlled like an amoral puppet by the overtly villainous White Queen.

    Nothing would please me more than for Wolverine to spring Jubilee, take with him any X-men members still capable of rational and righteous thought, form a splinter group, then destroy the darkness that has held sway over the group for the several past years.

    Jubilee’s old firework powers should return as a form of Thaumaturgy (blood manipulation) then after a year of darkness she should be cured by magical means and become her old, gutsy and positive self again.

    I know that for every fan of Jubilee there are 10 Marvel readers who either despise or care nothing for her at all, but each Jubilee fan I know is truly devoted and buys several copies of any comic she appears in. I really want to see what the sales difference will be between Issue 6 and 7 of X-Men when Jubes is no longer a large part of the storyline (I for one, won’t be buying it if she’s absent – I stopped buying Uncanny when Cyclops kicked her off “his” team).

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