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Drawing Crazy Patterns – Wolverine Crying

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Drawing Crazy Patterns – Wolverine Crying

In this feature, I spotlight five scenes/moments from within comic book stories that fit under a specific theme (basically, stuff that happens frequently in comics). Here is an archive of all the patterns we’ve spotlighted so far.

For being such a tough guy overall, Wolverine also had his sensitive side. So here are a handful of examples of Wolverine shedding a tear (as requested by Nick Marino)…

The most famous example of Wolverine crying came at the end of the classic “X-Men in Japan” storyline in Uncanny X-Men #173 by Chris Claremont, Paul Smith and Bob Wiacek. Wolverine has gone through hell this storyline to get to his wedding with the love of his life, Mariko Yashida, but then things took a turn at the end of the story…

Years later, Mariko is poisoned by a bad guy in Wolverine #57 (by Larry Hama, Marc Silvestri and Dan Green) and Wolverine has to finish the job, which naturally drives him to tears…

Soon after, in Wolverine #63 (by Larry Hama and Mark Teixeira), Wolverine is being tormented by a telepath who is making him relive the death of one of his earlier loves, Silver Fox (who, as it turns out, is alive – but then she dies in this same story)…

Wow, that is some over-the-top crying there! Oddly enough, when Wolverine comes to terms with her death a couple of issues later (an issue whose cover shows Wolverine with his head buried in his hand, presumably crying), there aren’t actually any tears, so I didn’t feature it here (even though clearly he IS crying – just without visible tear).

Go to the next page for some more crying!

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