Category: wolverine

Aw I don’t believe this. These Genoshan jackwa…

Aw I don’t believe this. These Genoshan jackwagons get the drop on Rogue and Wolverine AGAIN, this time zapping them with some kind of mutant power nullifying force. Wolverine even still has his claws though. You’d think he’d still be cutting the shit out of all these guys. (Uncanny X-Men #236 – Oct 1988)

Now this is more like it!!! Wolverine and Rogu…

Now this is more like it!!! Wolverine and Rogue got manhandled by a bunch of flatliners in the last issue, and the cover to this comic shows them strung up like a couple of hogs about to be slaughtered. Of course that wouldn’t happen! They would kick the shit out of any bunch of normals that tried to kidnap them! Even if they didn’t have any clothes on! (Uncanny X-Men #236 – Oct 1988)

Return of Wolverine Vol 1 #1 (2018) variant co…

Return of Wolverine Vol 1 #1 (2018) 

variant cover by 

Leinil Francis Yu

Old Man Logan Annual Vol 1 #1 (2018)

Old Man Logan Annual Vol 1 #1 (2018)

cover by Shane Davis

Old Man Logan Annual Vol 1 #1 (2018) variant c…

Old Man Logan Annual Vol 1 #1 (2018) 

variant cover by Gerardo Sandoval

Old Man Logan Vol 2 #48 (2018)

Old Man Logan Vol 2 #48 (2018)

cover by Andrea Sorrentino

Old Man Logan Vol 2 #47 (2018)

Old Man Logan Vol 2 #47 (2018)

cover by Andrea Sorrentino

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Wolverine by Carlos Pacheco. Excellent work!

I’ve never read this comic, but I’ve always lo…

I’ve never read this comic, but I’ve always loved this cover, if only because of the accurate representation of the proportional difference between Rogue and Wolverine. He really looks like the runt he’s supposed to be here, a characteristic that’s been lost in Hugh Jackman’s film portrayal. (Uncanny X-Men #236 – Oct 1988)

Eh this particular X-Men comic is a bit obnoxi…

Eh this particular X-Men comic is a bit obnoxious. Not only does it seem a bit out of continuity with Madelyne off gallivanting around the world being a pilot for doctors without borders when she’s supposed to be hiding in Australia and pretending to be dead, both Wolverine and Rogue get straight up defeated by a tiny platoon of Genosha soldiers. Man, Claremont has been on a roll with these X-Men comics lately, what gives with these shitty issues that happen every once in a while? It really makes me wonder if he didn’t have a ghost writer or something filling in on him for a few issues here and there. Some of them just seem so out of place. (Uncanny X-Men #235 – Oct 1988)