The man called Logan may have shuffled off the mortal coil in "Death of Wolverine," but his absence is felt by the may clawed and feisty characters who inhabit "Wolverines," the weekly Marvel Comics series co-written by Charles Soule and Ray Fawkes. The book follows a loosely united team of Wolverine's allies and enemies as they pick up the pieces -- and plot threads -- left behind following his death. With the series coming to an end this May just before "Secret Wars," there are still plenty of twists and turns yet to discover.
Next week, "Wolverines" co-writer Charles Soule -- also known as one of the busiest writers in comics -- is back answering your questions in another X-Position about the weekly series as it approaches its endpoint. Have a question for Charles? Send it in via an e-mail with the subject line "X-Position" or if 140 character questions are more your speed, try Twitter -- or leave a comment in the CBR Community thread. But get 'em in pronto, because the deadline is Friday! Make it happen!