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Charles Soule discusses his four-issue, weekly "Death of Wolverine," which finds the healing factorlless title character marked for death by a number of foes.
Neil Edwards and Terry Pallot provide art for Gail SImone's "Savage Wolverine" #19, and CBR has the exclusive first preview!
Check out CSBG's collection of comic book moments that now look hilarious in hindsight, like when Hawkeye talked about Wolverine couldn't cut it as an Avenger.
Gail Simone discusses her first full length Marvel story in over a decade, a flashback to Logan's early adventures with Jubilee in "Savage Wolverine" #19.
"Wolverine" writer Paul Cornell takes Logan to Madripoor and puts him in conflict with the agents of MI:13 and tells CBR about the upcoming "3 Months to Die" arc.
CSBG has an archive of famous examples of abandoned storylines, like the time that Wolverine went feral and devolved to the point of not even having a nose!
Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso and executive editor Mike Marts tell CBR News the loss of Wolverine's healing factor was only the beginning.
"Anyone who thinks they’re indispensable in this business is fooling themselves," Hugh Jackman says about his future as Wolverine.
Long thought lost, the art from 1974's "Incredible Hulk "#180 featuring the debut of Wolverine will be auctioned to benefit The Hero Initiative.
Kieron Gillen joins X-Position for questions on his long association with the X-Men and his current assignment crafting "Origin II." Plus, exclusive art!
Paul Cornell joins X-Position to discuss the massive status quo shift in Wolverine's world and what to expect for the coming year.
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant chats with "Wolverine" artist Ryan Stegman about his artistic influences, the long road to "Wolverine" and his career trajectory.
With a new "Wolverine" #1 on sale, CSBG examines Wolverine's first gimmick cover, 1991's "Wolverine" #50, to determine if it was good or just a gimmick.
Paul Cornell, Ryan Stegman and more discuss the recent All-New Marvel NOW! relaunch of "Wolverine" and plans for the series' future.
Did Marvel steal the idea for Wolverine from a fan? And how did a Marvel editor cleaning his office give us the greatness of Art Adams?
Paul Cornell reflects on his first "Wolverine" run while looking ahead to Vol. 2 and its mysterious new villain, plus exclusive Ryan Stegman art!
With "Marvel's Avengers Confidential: Punisher & Black Widow" on the way, SPINOFF ONLINE counts down five more super pairings we want to see on the small screen.
Hot Toys reveals "Thor: The Dark World" Loki, McFarlane shows off new "Walking Dead" shows and plenty more!
Jeph Loeb & Simone Bianchi's shocking "Wolverine" arc comes to life in a new Marvel Knights DVD and the writer tells CBR how it fits into the bigger animated picture.
Comic characters from around the world are the subject of an incredible ice sculpture exhibit in Brussels. ROBOT 6 has details.
ROBOT 6 has color pages from "Wolverine" #1, by Cornell and Stegman, and "Winter Soldier: The Bitter March" #1, by Remender and Boschi, arriving in February from Marvel.
In the shadow of "Origin," Kieron Gillen and Adam Kubert's "Origin II" #1 explores Logan's past while experiencing both highs and lows creatively.
Kieron Gillen returns to X-Position with editor Jeanine Schaefer to take on all questions about this week's "Origin II" #1.
Visit CSBG's collection of old comic books that now look hilarious in hindsight, like the time Captain America told Wolverine he would never be an Avenger.
Axel Alonso, Charles Soule & Matt Fraction explain the "Inhuman" creative shift, the future of the series and show off new Joe Madureira art.
Wolverine's history is explored even further in "Origin II" #1 by Kieron Gillen and Adam Kubert. James Howlett runs with the wolves on Dec. 24.
An "exchangeability" program offered by Marvel to retailers reveal early details of what's billed as a major issue coming in September 2014.
Richard Isanove takes on both writing and art duties on an upcoming "Savage Wolverine" arc, with the first issue scheduled out on Jan. 8.
Jason Latour and Mahmud Asrar take "Wolverine and the X-Men" back to school with an all-new March-debuting series.
CSBG details instances where creators retroactively reveal connections between characters, like Wolverine and Cable knowing each other for years before they "first" met.
With a sequel to this summer's "The Wolverine" in the works, CBR runs down the comic book stories that would make a great follow-up film.
With Oliver Queen finally donning his signature mask on "Arrow," we take a look at five more characters who should follow suit.
Did Mort Weisinger use a Bizarro comic to out John F. Kennedy's affair with Marilyn Monroe? Plus, Wolverine, Jack Kirby & the Fourth World!
Hugh Jackman says he's open to starring in another solo "Wolverine" film, but only is there's a "compelling reason" to do it.
The fan-favorite X-Men series comes to a close -- at least for now -- with two issues from Jason Aaron, Pepe Larraz and Nick Bradshaw. UPDATED with comments from Aaron.
In the aftermath of "Killable," writer Paul Cornell and artist Ryan Stegman launch a new volume of "Wolverine" that sees Logan looking for "Payback."
Paul Cornell and Ryan Stegman relaunch "Wolverine" in February, with new allies, a modified uniform and more.
"Wolverine" writer Paul Cornell and "Superior Spider-Man" artist Ryan Stegman are teaming for something at Marvel starting in February 2014.
Phil Jimenez dives into the story behind his new arc of "Savage Wolverine," which sends Logan on a quest to tear down the poaching trade in the Marvel U.
Doc Ock has a new Sinister Six on "Ultimate Spider-Man" and Wolverine guest-stars on this weekend's "Hulk and the Agents of SMASH."