Drawing Crazy Patterns - Wolverine Crying

In Wolverine #75 (by Larry Hama, Adam Kubert and Mark Farmer), Wolverine cries in a dream-state as he is drawn towards death due to his injuries suffered from Magneto tearing the adamantium from his body. Does that count?

In X-Treme X-Men #30 (by Chris Claremont, Igor Kordey and Scott Hanna), Wolverine cries when he thinks Kitty Pryde is dead...

Finally, in Wolverine #74 (his second ongoing series) (by Jason Aaron, Adam Kubert and Mark Farmer), we see that Wolverine is on so many superhero teams and has SO many adventures because he needs to take his mind off of the torment in his life. His friendly neighborhood Spider-Man stops by to help him through his issues, and Wolverine is surprisingly open to Spidey...

Oddly enough, Wolverine doesn't cry when he KILLS the son he is referring to.

I'm sure that there are plenty of other examples of Wolverine crying, so feel free to suggest other instances in the comments section!

Thanks for the suggestion for this week, Nick! If anyone ELSE has a suggestion for a future edition of Drawing Crazy Patterns, drop me a line at bcronin@comicbookresources.com!

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