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The return of Wolverine to the Marvel Universe will unfold across four separate miniseries, Marvel Comics has announced. All four series will launch in May, spinning out of April’s The Hunt For Wolverine #1 by Charles Soule and David Marquez.

Each title features a different creative team and will spin a tale based in a different genre, with its own separate storyline, though all will combine to tell the full story of Logan’s return from the dead. Weapon Lost, by Charles Soule (who scripted Wolverine’s death) and Matteo Buffagni will be a noir detective story; Adamantium Agenda is an action/adventure tale from Tom Taylor and R.B. Silva; Claws Of A Killer is a horror story by Mariko Tamaki and Butch Guice; and Mystery in Madripoor is a tale of dark romance from Jim Zub and Chris Bachalo.

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“I’ve been holding my tongue, just waiting to announce this project and team of ultra-talented creators,” editor Mark Paniccia said in a statement. “While these stories all reveal clues to the larger mystery behind Wolverine’s return, the writers all have some pretty huge moments planned that will have X-Men fans talking and debating for some time to come.”

Check out the covers for the first issues of each series, by Greg Land and Matt Wilson, below

HUNT FOR WOLVERINE: WEAPON LOST (#1-4)

  • Written by CHARLES SOULE
  • Art by MATTEO BUFFAGNI

HUNT FOR WOLVERINE: ADAMANTIUM AGENDA (#1-4)

  • Written by TOM TAYLOR
  • Art by R.B. SILVA

HUNT FOR WOLVERINE: CLAWS OF A KILLER (#1-4)

  • Written by MARIKO TAMAKI
  • Art by BUTCH GUICE

HUNT FOR WOLVERINE: MYSTERY IN MADRIPOOR (#1-4)

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  • Written by JIM ZUB
  • Art by CHRIS BACHALO


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