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Death of Wolverine Omnibus

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The complete saga of the momentous death of Wolverine! When Logan loses his healing factor, he must quickly adjust to a very different reality. All of a sudden, the unkillable mutant is all too mortal – and an army of villains and mercenaries are lining up to be the one who puts him in the ground! With a new protective suit, Wolverine joins with old allies – including Kitty Pryde, Storm and Nick Fury – on a hunt for a cure. But faced with only months to live, he must prepare himself for one final encounter with his greatest foe, Sabretooth! And when the time comes to die, you can be sure Logan will go out fighting! But how will those he leaves behind grapple with his loss? Collecting WOLVERINE (2013) #1–13, WOLVERINE (2014) #1–12, WOLVERINE ANNUAL (2014) #1, DEATH OF WOLVERINE #1–4, DEATH OF WOLVERINE: THE WEAPON X PROGRAM #1–5, DEATH OF WOLVERINE: THE LOGAN LEGACY #1–7, DEATH OF WOLVERINE: DEADPOOL & CAPTAIN AMERICA, DEATH OF WOLVERINE: LIFE AFTER LOGAN, NIGHTCRAWLER (2014) #7, WOLVERINE & THE X-MEN (2014) #10–11, STORM (2014) #4–5 and material from MARVEL 75TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION.

Author Biography:

In addition to his work in comics, Paul Cornell is a novelist and a TV writer. He has written Doctor Who for both mediums, famously creating the character Bernice Summerfield, and has since worked extensively in British television on such diverse programs as Robin Hood, Primeval and Casualty. His comics resume includes work on the Marvel titles Wisdom, Captain Britain and MI13, Dark Reign: Young Avengers and Fantastic Four: True Story. New York-based comedian Elliott Kalan is head writer of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Kalan penned a Wolverine Annual and contributed to the Marvel Now What?! one-shot before teaming up two powerhouse franchises in Spider-Man and the X-Men. Based in Brooklyn, New York, Charles Soule has written novels, comics, screenplays and stories of all types. He is the author of Strange Attractors, 27, Strongman and Letter 44, as well as runs on Swamp Thing, Red Lanterns and Superman/Wonder Woman for DC Comics. Also a musician and an attorney, Soule somehow finds time to be one of the busiest writers in comics: Among his Marvel credits are Thunderbolts, She-Hulk and Inhuman — as well as the landmark Death of Wolverine, its immediate follow-up (Wolverines) and its eventual sequel (Return of Wolverine). Soule charted the adventures of a much-loved Star Wars characters in Lando and Poe Dameron. He continued the story of Black Bolt, Medusa and the rest in Uncanny Inhumans and All-New Inhumans; brought his legal expertise to the pages of Daredevil; and assembled a blockbuster squad in Astonishing X-Men. Following a stint on the dark side with Darth Vader, Soule turned his attention to the rebel crew in a new volume of Star Wars. The career of British-born artist Alan Davis took off like a rocket after his humble beginnings at Marvel UK. Continuing the collaboration that saw Captain Britain become an enduring critical and fan-favorite, the two co-created D.R. and Quinch. Davis broke into U.S. comics with runs on Batman and the Outsiders and Detective Comics. Hired by Marvel U.S. in 1986, Davis launched Excalibur with Chris Claremont, and the book quickly became one of Marvel mutantdom’s most unique and humorous titles. When Davis took over as writer, he continued many plot threads from his Captain Britain run. Davis also created the super-hero family ClanDestine, and wrote and drew the DC miniseries JLA: The Nail. After a lengthy arc writing and drawing X-Men, Davis went on to work on the miniseries Killraven, Fantastic Four: The End and a ClanDestine revival. He has also illustrated writer Brian Michael Bendis’ Avengers Prime and contributed to the status-quo-changing X-Men: Schism, later helping relaunch Wolverine with writer Paul Cornell. Artist Steve McNiven parlayed a chance trip to San Diego Comic-Con into a position at CrossGen Comics, where he quickly earned a regular assignment on Meridian. When CrossGen ceased publishing, McNiven moved on to Marvel Knights 4 with writer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa. Next, he joined Warren Ellis on Ultimate Secret. In 2006, McNiven and Mark Millar shattered the Marvel Universe’s status quo in Civil War. His next assignments included Brian Michael Bendis’ New Avengers and the initial story arc of Amazing Spider-Man’s “Brand New Day” era. McNiven and Millar reteamed for “Old Man Logan” in Wolverine and the creator-owned Nemesis, published under the Marvel Icon imprint. With Ed Brubaker, McNiven helped relaunch Captain America; his later Marvel work includes Guardians of the Galaxy with Bendis and Uncanny Avengers with Rick Remender. McNiven  cemented his reputation as one of the all-time great Wolverine artists on the climactic series Death of Wolverine. The pencils of Ryan Stegman first gained rave reviews in the Marvel adaptation of Raymond E. Feist’s Magician Apprentice and Riftwar. The popularity of his work there led to assignments on Incredible Hulk, Marvel Adventures Spider-Man, Incredible Hercules and She-Hulks. With writer Christopher Yost, he launched a new incarnation of Scarlet Spider; with Dan Slott, he shocked fans with Superior Spider-Man; and with Gerry Conway, he offered a different take on the wall-crawler and his family in Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows. Stegman’s other Marvel credits include Wolverine, Inhuman and Uncanny Avengers as well as his smash-hit run on Venom.
Release date NZ
November 26th, 2024
  • General (US: Trade)
  • Cover design or artwork by Alex Ross
  • Illustrated by Alan Davis
  • Illustrated by Marvel Various
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