Weapon H, the mad scientist-created hybrid of the Hulk and Wolverine, has had a pretty good run over the last year or so, but his time may be coming to an end in early 2019.
In February, Marvel will debut Hulkverines, a three-issue miniseries detailing what happens when Logan and Bruce Banner's emerald other half unite in order to take down the government experiment gone rogue. It seems neither one of the heroes is pleased to learn that their unique abilities were used to create a super soldier, and they're going to bring him down.
The series is written by Weapon H writer Greg Pak, and will be illustrated by two of the series' regular artists. Ario Anindito is drawing issues #1 and #3, and Guiu Villanova handles art for Hulkverines #2. Greg Land is providing covers for the series, the first of which you can see below.
During the course of Marvel Comics' “Weapons of Mutant Destruction” mini-event, a soldier named Clay was subjected to an experiment that spliced his DNA with samples from Amadeus Cho (the Totally Awesome Hulk) and Wolverine, creating a new-era super-soldier. By the end of the storyline, he had fought numerous Marvel heroes to a draw, and re-asserted himself over the brainwashing the Weapon X program forced on him. Now his own man, he has been attempting to put the pieces of his life back together in the pages of Weapon H.
HULKVERINES #1 (OF 3)
- Written by GREG PAK
- Art by ARIO ANINDITO
- Cover by GREG LAND
- On Sale 2/20/19