Joe Quesada Crafts Stunning Variant Cover for DEATH OF WOLVERINE #1!

Death_of_Wolverine_1_Quesada_VariantMarvel is pleased to present your first look at Marvel Chief Creative Officer, Joe Quesada’s jaw dropping variant cover to DEATH OF WOLVERINE #1 – the story that has the whole world talking! Brought to life in Quesada’s iconic style, this stunning cover features the titular mutant in his final days.

Written by chart-topping writer Charles Soule and superstar artist Steve McNiven, this four issue limited series chronicles the last stand of the Wolverine as he faces down his deadliest foes. Left without his healing factor, the indestructible killing machine must come to terms with his newfound vulnerability. And when word gets out that the Wolverine is mortal, villains from Logan’s past and present set their sights on their greatest enemy!

After being the best there is at what he does for over a century, the day has arrived where his best will not be good enough. With Death of Wolverine poised to shake the foundations of the Marvel Universe this September, no fan can afford to miss out on this epic comic event of September! What does the world look like without Wolverine in it? Find out when this spectacular DEATH OF WOLVERINE #1 Joe Quesada variant cover hits comic shops on September 3rd!

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Art & Cover by STEVE MCNIVEN

On-Sale September 3rd!


3 thoughts on “Joe Quesada Crafts Stunning Variant Cover for DEATH OF WOLVERINE #1!

  1. wow I hope they do this and the story is good killing off the major character in all of marvel universe is not a publicity stunt. We all know this isn’t going to be permanent but the send off and the return need to be done well and better then the return of superman and the return of batman. though the return of batman was fun if you looked at it as solely an else-worlds title, but still they need to do this better.

    • Well to be honest, I’m still extremely surprised Marvel decided to go through with this consider the amount of titles Wolverine is in. But also his absence, however long it will be, gives Marvel a reason to focus on other X-Men, they use Wolverine way too much.

      • I agree on the over use of wolverine it wasn’t always that way course that was pre movies. He’s like ducktape he is used on everything. I liked the character more when he was purposefully distancing himself more gruff to everyone except storm. But again that was pre movies.

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