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Two residents of the Canadian province want to erect a life-size statue in honor of one of its native sons -- the X-Man known as Wolverine.
The release date for the "Death of Wolverine" finale has moved to Oct. 15, as Marvel debuts a new variant cover illustrated by Greg Land.
The mutant known as Logan has had a veritable who's who of artists illustrate his adventures over the decades, but which one is your personal favorite?
"Death of Wolverine" scribe Charles Soule discusses developing the big story for the iconic X-Man, and what to expect from its aftermath.
As the formerly unkillable X-Man faces his demise, creators from Herb Trimpe to Charles Soule discuss Wolverine's legacy in Baltimore.
With the death of Wolverine nearly upon us, CBR wants to know the identity of your all-time favorite "Wolverine" ongoing series writer.
Standing at death's door, the man called Logan decides to go out with a bang in Marvel's "Death of Wolverine" #2 by Charles Soule & Steve McNiven.
The beginning of the end is here as Charles Soule, Steve McNiven and Jay Leisten deliver the X-Men event of the decade in "Death of Wolverine" #1.
Jason Latour joins X-Position to answer queries about what "Wolverine & the X-Men" will be following the title character's death. Plus, exclusive art!
Marvel Executive Editor Mike Marts discusses the X-Men at Comic-Con 2014, the Generation X 20th Anniversary and more. Plus, exclusive art!
Editors Mike Marts and Katie Kubert explain how each issue of "The Logan Legacy" explores Wolverine's death and sets the stage for the future.
Charles Soule isn't done with Wolverine's world after his death -- he's exploring the further ramifications with a new "Weapon X Program" miniseries.
Sonia Harris looks at Wolverine's hairless body in "X-Men: Days of Future Past" and wonders why big screen heroes are unnaturally shaved and waxed.
CBR has the first look at Steve McNiven's covers for issues #2, #3 and #4 of September's weekly "Death of Wolverine" series.
Announced last December, Marvel has released the "Mortal Variant" cover for "Death of Wolverine" #1, part of a retailer exchangeability program.
"Wolverine" is on a clock to Logan's death, and series writer Paul Cornell joined X-POSITION to answer reader questions about the book's direction.
CSBG spotlights retro-connections between characters, including Wolverine's friendships with Ben Grimm/The Thing and Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel.
Wolverine may have "Three Months to Die," but there's even less time to submit your X-POSITION questions for series writer Paul Cornell.
"Daily Show" writer Elliott Kalan discusses his "Wolverine Annual" #1 with a very mortal Logan, Jubilee and her son Shogo on a dangerous camping trip.
Paul Cornell is joined by artists Kris Anka & David Curiel on the first chapter of "3 Months to Die," the "Wolverine" arc that changes everything for Logan.
Announcing the "Death of Wolverine" months in advance guarantees a boost in sales for the hero's final days, but is it really the best move for long term success?
In the first of a new series examining odd plots that were never addressed again, CSBG looks at the strange connection between Wolverine and... leprechauns?!
From battling Sabretooth to going slash-happy on a bullet train, CBR looks back at Hugh Jackman's best action moments in the "X-Men" film franchise.
If Marvel and Fox ever go for a team-up between their blockbuster film franchises, here are the stories Spinoff Online wants to see adapted.
In an all-X-Men edition, learn about a possible secret origin of Wolverine, plus the strange tale behind how Cyclops and Jean Grey got married!
Will he pop the claws again, or won’t he? Hugh Jackman sets the record straight on his plans for more Wolverine.
In the latest in their series examining common comic book themes, CSBG looks at the popular Chris Claremont phrase known to X-Men fans the world over.
Just in time for the premiere of "X-Men: Days of Future Past," high-energy U.K. garage inventor Colin Furze has created fully retractable metal claws.
Marvel eXecutive Editor Mike Marts joins X-Position to discuss the current state of the X-Men, possible plans for the 20th Anniversary of "Generation X" and more.
Marvel editor-in-chief Axel Alonso recaps the big C2E2 announcements like "Death of Wolverine," and talks the new "Amazing Spider-Man" #1.
Stressing that his involvement in the Wolverine sequel isn’t guaranteed, Hugh Jackman teases a possible "Old Man Logan" adaptation.
The impending death of Marvel's most famous mutant was the topic for Charles Soule and company as a new Storm series from Greg Pak, "Deadpool Vs. X-Force" and the tease of an "Axis" event follow the death of Wolverine.
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.