[NOTE: For more on this series, check out our interview with Way from earlier this month.]
Official Press Release
Spinning directly out of the “Origins and Endings” story arc currently concluding in Wolverine comes an all-new Wolverine monthly title – Wolverine: Origins.
After regaining all of his memories in the aftermath of House of M, Wolverine’s quest for more answers has already led to confrontation with the Silver Samurai and the revelation that the Winter Soldier killed his wife and unborn child. But that doesn’t even come close to the revelations about Wolverine’s past that writer Daniel Way has planned in Wolverine: Origins.
What may come to be the one of the most important aspects of Wolverine’s past is a certain object revealed at the end of “Origins and Endings.” It may be the one thing that Logan truly has a reason to fear, so be sure to pick up Wolverine: Origins #1 to learn the previously untold history of Wolverine and why Logan may not have much of a future to look forward to.
WOLVERINE: ORIGINS #1 (FEB062055)
Written by DANIEL WAY
Penciled by STEVE DILLON
Cover by JOE QUESADA
Variant Cover MICHAEL TURNER
32 PGS./Rated T+ SUGGESTED FOR TEENS AND UP …$2.99
FOC – 3/30, On Sale – 4/19/2006
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