Wolverine may be dead but his story is far from over. "The Death of Wolverine" event spawned a number of spin-off limited series that tracked the fallout from Logan's demise. While "Death of Wolverine: The Weapon X Program" focused on the return of the top secret mutant manipulating organization, "Death of Wolverine: The Logan Legacy" shined a light on the characters most affected by the X-Man's end. Ray Fawkes -- known for his work on DC's "Constantine" and "Batman Eternal" -- was charged with penning Daken's installment. Now Fawkes been tasked with helping "Death of Wolverine" scribe Charles Soule dish out weekly installments of "Wolverines" -- a new series following Daken, X-23, Mystique, Lady Deathstrike and Sabretooth as they unravel the mysteries left behind in the wake of Wolverine's death.
Next week, Fawkes joins X-Position to answer your questions about "Wolverines" and its highly volatile cast. Have a question for Ray? Send it in via an e-mail with the subject line "X-Position". If 140 character questions are more your speed, try Twitter -- or leave a comment in the CBR Community thread. But get 'em in quickly, because the deadline's Friday! Make it happen!