Laura didn't give up the crown of All-New Wolverine easily, but now we know the reason why she's gone back to being X-23.
Laura Kinney's had a pretty great couple of years as Wolverine, and now X-23 has landed her own Sideshow Collectibles premier figure.
Laura Kinney's adventures as the All-New Wolverine have come to an end, but just because she's old doesn't mean she's being punished for it.
The first look at Juann Cabal's art for X-23 #1 finds Laura teaming with Gabby, aka Honey Badger, on her first post-Wolverine adventure.
As Wolverine begins to settle her accounts, we're introduced to a future unlike any we've seen in the Marvel Universe before.
A current Champion grows up to become President of the United States in All-New Wolverine's future-based storyline.
Since they met, Gabby and Deadpool have had a fun brother/sister dynamic going on. Only one thing was missing to truly bond them - cute, fuzzy zombies.
Since her 2016 debut, young Gabby has proved to be a great addition to Marvel Comics' All-New Wolverine, no matter what anyone says.
Marvel Comics' All-New Wolverine follows Laura Kinney's final journey through a near-future utopia in the Old Woman Laura storyline.
The All-New Wolverine's sister Gabby finally gets a superhero codename, and she has her brother Daken to thank for it.
Writer Tom Taylor talks with CBR about Laura's search for the missing Daken in the All-New Wolverine arc Orphans of X.