WARNING: This article contains spoilers for the final page of Marvel's The Amazing Spider-Man #794 by Dan Slott, Christos Gage, Stuart Immonen, Wade von Grawbadger, Marte Gracia and Joe Caramagna, on sale now.
Marvel Comics continues its "Where Is Wolverine?" post-credits scene campaign in this week's The Amazing Spider-Man #794. Aside from Logan's reintroduction in Marvel Legacy #1, his next two appearances, in Captain America #695 and Mighty Thor #703, revolved around unsuccessful reunions with his fellow superheroes.
The latest scene continues that trend, as Logan arrives at London's Elizabeth Tower, home of Big Ben, just hours after Spider-Man's confrontation with Scorpio, leader of the Zodiac terrorist organization.
Police work to contain the area as a small crowd forms in the street. Among the onlookers is Logan, who's whether he needs to pass through the sea of people. "Nah, I'm good," he replies. "Ain't time yet."
Whether Logan's time remark was in reference to the broke clock or something greater remains a mystery for the moment. Marvel Legacy #1 revealed that Logan possesses Space Stone, but could he have his eyes on the Time Stone as well?
February and March will bring the release of the Infinity Countdown miniseries, which follows heroes and villains from across the Marvel Universe as they race to collect the six Infinity Stones, with Wolverine playing a crucial role. His story will continue in April's The Hunt for Wolverine one-shot, described as a vehicle to “reveal the timeline of events that leads to Logan’s shocking return to the Marvel Universe.”
In May, The Hunt for Wolverine spins out into four stories, each with a different genre bent, furthering the popular X-Men character’s return: the action-adventure Adamantium Agenda, the horror story Claws of the Killer, the dark romance Mystery in Madripoor and the noir/detective tale Weapon Lost.
Marvel's "Where Is Wolverine?" post-credits scene adventures continue in February, in Marvel 2-In-One #3, Black Panther #170 and Avengers #680.