Michael Turner variant cover for "Wolverine" #66

Wed, May 21st, 2008 at 9:02am PDT

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Michael Turner variant cover for "Wolverine" #66

Marvel is proud to unveil superstar artist Michael Turner’s variant cover to Wolverine #66, the first chapter of “Old Man Logan” by the Civil War dream team of Mark Millar & Steve McNiven! Tying into Millar’s acclaimed work on Fantastic Four and the upcoming Marvel: 1985, this brand new arc presents the most important Wolverine story of the 21st century! For 50 years, no one’s heard from Wolverine…but why? And what led to evil’s triumph over good? The answers start here folks and with Millar & McNiven back together, you know that Wolverine #66 is the book that everyone will be talking about!

WOLVERINE #66 (APR082319)
WOLVERINE #66 TURNER VARIANT (APR082320)
WOLVERINE #66 TURNER SKETCH VARIANT (APR088197)
Written by MARK MILLAR
Pencils & Wraparound Cover by STEVE MCNIVEN
Variant Cover by MICHAEL TURNER
Parental Advisory …$2.99
FOC--5/29/08, On-Sale--6/18/08

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