Logan is dead, but his legacy lives on in the form of his friends and family, now tasked with protecting a new batch of Weapon X test subjects. Of course, that was an easier plan before a member of the Imperial Guard arrives from deep space with questions about Wolverine’s demise… Your Major Spoilers review of Wolverines #9 awaits!
Press Release Your eyes do not deceive you! Secret Wars has made the impossible possible and the battle-weary hero returns to the fight once more in OLD MAN LOGAN #1! From New York Times Bestselling writer Brian Michael Bendis (All-New X-Men, Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man) and rising star artist Andrea Sorrentino (All-New X-Men Annual, Uncanny X-Men Annual) comes a brand-new series returning fans to the world of one of the most revered and iconic X-Men stories of all time!
Anyone else tired of these teasers? Just me?
The Death of Wolverine may bring about the death of Logan in the coming issues, the name Wolverine will live on in a new weekly series by Charles Soule and Ray Fawkes in 2015.
While we await his return following his death, Marvel has a number of off-shoot projects, and the publisher sent us a sneak peek of Death of Wolverine: The Logan Legacy #2 for you to check out.
With Wolverine on the way out, we are all wondering about the legacy Logan is leaving behind. Fortunately, Marvel is releasing Death of Wolverine: The Logan Legacy #1, and sent us a sneak peek.
Wolverine is dying, and it’s going to take him four issue to do it. See how close to death he gets in this Death of Wolverine #2 review. Wolverine is dying, and it’s going to take him four issue to do it. See how close to death he gets in this Death of Wolverine #2 review. DEATH OF WOLVERINE #2 Writer: Charles Soule Artist: Steve McNiven Publisher: Marvel Comics Cover Price: $4.99 Previously in Death of Wolverine: Wolverine’s healing factor is gone, and if he keeps being the best he is at what he does, he’s going to die!
With his healing factor negated by a sentient virus, The Wolverine has been feeling the effects of age and abuse on his hundred-fifty-plus year old body, and now there’s a contract on his head. Is the curtains for the loose cannon of the X-Men? The book isn’t called “The Tea Party With Wolverine” now, is it? Your Major Spoilers review of The Death Of Wolverine #1 awaits! With his healing factor negated by a sentient virus, The Wolverine has been feeling the effects of age and abuse on his hundred-fifty-plus year old body, and now there’s a contract on his head.