EXCLUSIVE: X-Men Mourn In New "Death Of Wolverine: Life After Logan" Variant

As the clock slowly runs out for Logan in the Marvel Comics event "Death of Wolverine," the publisher has provided Comic Book Resources with an exclusive first look at what life will be like for the X-Men after the hero's demise. The variant cover for November's "Death of Wolverine: Life After Logan" comes courtesy of artist Julian Totino Tedesco and depicts a quartet of X-Men in mourning while the image of their dearly departed ally hangs over them in the clouds.

The one-shot ships in November with stories written by Jeff Loveness, Joshua Fialkov and Rex Ogle. Interior art will be handled by Mairo Del Pennino, Iban Coello and Patrick Scherberger. Javier Pulido illustrated "Death of Wolverine: Life After Logan's" standard cover.

Marvel Comics Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso discussed the character's death in a previous installment of AXEL-IN-CHARGE. "This is a long-term plan," said Alonso. "He's dead. Our plans, well, let's just say that if they fans don't like a Wolverine-free Marvel Universe, we can't fix that quickly. [Editor] Mike [Marts] and his team have a very complex and exciting plan to fill the Wolverine-sized hole in the Marvel Universe... that better work out! [Laughs]"

Check out Tedesco's variant cover below.

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