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Wolverine's first appearance in issues # is relatively well known since they've My Reprint: Incredible Hulk and Wolverine #1 (issue # is an original ). With issue #, Tales to Astonish was renamed to The Incredible Hulk in April , becoming its second volume. The series continued to run. It's the Incredible Hulk, born of a gamma blast that scientist Bruce Banner was caught in. Wolverine: Incredible Hulk () # Facsimile Edition.
Things quickly get out of hand. Hammer is Crackajack's son, and in the confusion, Crackajack is killed.
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Earlier, Crackajack taught the Hulk how to write! On the lettercol for issue , there's a pretty serious debate about whether or not there should be nudity in comics. Taken as a whole, we're in a weird state for comics. This is the beginning of Len Wein's run on the Hulk, and it's somewhat better than what's come before it, but it's still got a lot of corny elements. If not for the development from later writers, Wolverine could easily have been a throwaway character "The Hulk's in Canada; who should he fight?
Crackajack Jackson is something of an atrocious character, but if his dialogue wasn't absolutely ridiculous, his relationship with the Hulk would have been pretty good. Generally speaking, the writing isn't bad, and Trimpe's art has its charm. Quality Rating: C- Historical Significance Rating: Chronological Placement Considerations: Hulk next appears in Hulk , and then Defenders The Hulk previously visited Canada in Hulk and Hulk He met the Wendigo for the first time in Talbot escaped from the Russian prison in Hulk Inbound References The Wendigo got a solo story afterwards in an issue of Monsters Unleashed after someone realized he qualified as a monster.
Posted by: Mark Drummond August 19, Probably irrelevant, but "Glx" was, during the s and s, part of "Glx Sptzl Glaaah! Mark Drummond November 20, 8: Honestly even if Wolverine was never used again beyond this story and some random Marvel cameos, he still had a great nickname. I mean, just the idea that the Canadian government would have a "Weapon X" at least proved something I don't know what but something.
I do feel it weird that Logan is wearing blue and yellow so soon after Greer did and it probably has little to nothing to do with wolverines Ataru September 17, 9: This is relevant because another entry showed a character called "The Wolverine". Mark Drummond February 3, 7: You can see Wein putting pieces on the board for the X-Men reboot pretty methodically.
The same month as he introduces Wolverine, he uses Professor X in a Defenders story that will clear the decks of Magneto and his henchmen: In Defenders and two months earlier in MTU, Wein references a secret mission for the old team, which I'm now sure refers to wein's upcoming Krakoa story.
It seems like he was putting a careful plan into action, all under his own byline. Walter Lawson April 18, 9: There was also talk in the lettercols in Iron Man 70 Sep cover date; Sunfire was guest starring about about a revival of the X-Men book that was "still not yet approved by the Higher-Ups".
Now you've got me thinking, Fnord. Just a coincidence that a new international mutant is introduced while the new X-Men are beginning to get a spotlight, or was the Samurai a plot seed, presumably a future foe for Sunfire?
This even makes me wonder about Mandrill and Nekra, who first appear a year earlier, but are also international mutants at a time when there were maybe 20 mutants active in the whole MU. Cockrum's seems to have presented his designs for the new X-Men to Marvel around , so it's possible the wheels were already turning.
Though Mandrill and Nekra don't become X-foes and Silver Samurai doesn't encounter them for years--but then, the international angle of the relaunch is dropped almost immediately. Walter Lawson April 22, 9: Mark Drummond June 29, 3: I was one of the many that claimed to have had this sought after issue.
In fact I had both and in almost new condition. It really wasn't a big deal at all back then. Wolvie was just another bad guy. Then after the new Claremont X-Men came out Wolvie enjoyed an immense popularity rush. I never really held him in high regard because I just thought that he was one of those "take no prisoner" types in that he had to bleed someone, rip them up and more than likely kill them with those claws.
There was no punch, it was just hack-n-slash. I sold mine for cheap back in the late 70's but I would've just sold it for more later rather than hang onto it. Interesting how he has evolved after all these years.
Mike June 29, 8: I've hesitated posting this for awhile, but Significance should be Wolverine is one of the most iconic characters in the world, rivaling characters like Thor and Iron Man in terms of recognition. Tabe8 April 25, 1: Ataru April 25, 1: A 9 is a really high rating, and Wolverine gets more significance points spread out across the site as his character is developed, origin points are revealed, settings are introduced, new series are launched, etc.
I feel he is more than properly acknowledge on this site! What is significance then? Is it amortized over a specific numbers of issues? Nebula got the infinity gauntlet for 5 minutes, should she be a 10? The fact that wolverine "gets more significance points spread out" over the years shouldn't detract from the fact that hulk are the first appearances of one of the most recognizable characters in the world. Tabe8 April 25, 5: Check The Rules page on the Sidebar..
Normally i award up to 5 points for a character. More points are awarded for things that are foundational to the Marvel Universe itself. The early Silver Age stories aren't just introducing characters, they're defining how the Marvel universe will work. So i wouldn't just compare the first Iron Man or Thor appearance to the first Wolverine and say, well, Wolverine's more popular so he gets more points. When Iron Man and Thor were introduced it was part of the universe building that made it possible for characters like Wolverine to exist and thrive.
And in any event, the importance of Wolverine as a character and eventually franchise is why he got way more points just for the appearance of a character than really he should have, and way more than most non-Silver Age comics.
I could see if we were debating a 5 vs. Also not sure where Nebula is coming from. Go to the Advanced Search on the sidebar and scroll down to the Historical Significance dropdown to see what fnord sees as "historically significant". The only thing newer than the Death of Gwen Stacy to get a 10 so far is the original Eternals series because of its importance for the cosmology of the Marvel Universe.
Something similar applies to FF ; Black Panther and Klaw aren't "important" or "popular" enough characters to warrant a 10 on their own, but combined with Wakanda's importance to MU politics is enough to carry it over the top. Same for a lot of the stuff that gets 9's - the introduction of characters and concepts more important to the Marvel Universe itself than to Marvel Comics or comics as a whole.
Morgan Wick April 25, 7: I think Morgan and fnord made the point across better than me. It was Giant Size X-Men 1 and Claremont and later writers like Byrne and Miller who defined Wolverine as something more than just what he was when he first appeared. Ataru April 25, 7: Just need to say it.
Ataru explained the contrary opinion to mine the best I think, even when he pointed to others. Just wanted to chime in with my opinion and didn't expects so many good responses so fast. The X-Men find out that Wolverine is possessed and decide that he should die to protect humankind, believing Wolverine would prefer to die rather than kill innocents. Wolverine is attacked on all sides by fighting the demons that still possess him and the X-Men that want him killed. He subsequently tracks down the Red Right Hand and kills their team of killers, the Mongrels.
Wolverine fights his way through them only to find that the Red Right Hand's members have all committed suicide, while a pre-recorded message reveals that the Mongrels were all his illegitimate children.
Unable to seek vengeance, Logan drags his children to the graves of their mothers before abandoning the world altogether. Poachers find the pack and capture any wolves that are young enough to fight. Wolverine goes to find his pack and kills the poachers. As he debates going back to the wild and hiding in deeper seclusion, he finds injured children whom the poachers were using to fight wolves for sport.
Wolverine returns the children to their families only to be found by Melita and his allies who convince him to come back to civilization.
Schism[ edit ] At the beginning of the events of Schism, Cyclops thanks Wolverine for always being there for him as they seem to finally have come to a mutually spoken and understood respect for each other after years of fighting and rivalry.
While at a conference for weapon control, Kid Omega Quentin Quire launches a psychic terrorist attack on the ambassadors present.
In response, Sentinels are deployed at the conference and are disposed of by Cyclops and Wolverine. Due to growing fears of mutant threat, countries around the world begin to mobilize their Sentinel forces.
As Cyclops begins to deploy X-Men around the globe to deal with the threat, Wolverine returns to Utopia to find Hope Summers and the Lights waiting for their combat training lesson. After insulting Hope's team and realizing that Idie is losing her childhood, Wolverine asks Kitty Pryde to make him a doll to give to Idie.
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Wolverine gives the doll to Idie and eats ice cream with her while news reports of Sentinel activity play and tensions build around Utopia. Sometime after, Kid Omega shows up on Utopia. Wolverine tries to attack Kid Omega when Cyclops stops him. While Cyclops sends a team of some of his most powerful X-Men, as well as some of the island students, to a local mutant museum exhibit as a "show of force", Wolverine goes to a local bar to sulk in his aggravation with the current situation.
The new Hellfire Club attacks the exhibit and incapacitates all senior X-Men present. As Wolverine rushes to the museum to help from the bar and Cyclops flies in from Utopia, Idie asks if she should kill the Hellfire Club to help. While Wolverine protests against it profusely, Cyclops tells Idie to do what she feels is right.
Idie kills almost every Hellfire Club member left to save her friends and mentors. Wolverine pops his claws at Cyclops in anger that he used a child to save the day, but restrains himself when he realizes what he is doing. While Wolverine tries to stop the sentinel from maturing, he is thrown into the ocean.
Shortly after, Wolverine swims on to Utopia and tells the mutant children that they need to leave. Cyclops tells the students to fight together and that they can beat the sentinel, but Wolverine objects to using children to fight battles.
Cyclops doesn't listen and begins to prepare the students for combat.
Shortly after Wolverine returns with a detonator to blow up Utopia and orders all remaining people on the island to evacuate. Cyclops and Wolverine's frustration with each other come to a head when Cyclops brings up Jean Grey saying that she never loved Wolverine and always feared him.
Wolverine replies "And if she were here right now, who do you think she would be more frightened of? In the morning, Cyclops and Wolverine stand victorious with the students all living, but Wolverine cannot continue watching Cyclops use children as soldiers to fight these battles. Wolverine announces his departure from Utopia and indicates he will take any mutant on the island who wants to leave with him.
While Wolverine does not leave as an enemy of Cyclops and his X-Men, he makes clear he wants both sides to stay out of the others business. He appoints himself as the headmaster, Kitty Pryde as the co-headmistress, Hank McCoy as the vice-principal, and various other characters such as Rogue , Cannonball , Iceman , Rachel Grey , and Gambit are appointed as the school's staff.
Toad is appointed as a janitor. The first issue focuses on the state education board visiting to approve of their school application.
As Logan and Kitty give the delegation a tour, Kade Kilgore shows up and tells Logan that he is the one who caused the Schism and he will destroy all that Logan has worked to build up. Wolverine founded the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning, spending all the fortune that he had amassed over the years upon it. Wolverine made it clear that he didn't want to lose any of the kids and fought as hard as he could against the Frankenstein Monsters whom Iceman defeated by making Ice clones of himself.
Then, they were attacked by the Hellfire Club, who were in possession of a spawn of the original Krakoa. Wolverine confronts the Hellfire Club tells them to stay away from his school, though he admonishes Krakoa not to attack them. As the school is rebuilt, Logan is informed that Krakoa was glad they allowed him to stay and Logan notes the advantage of school grounds that could defend itself. X-Men"[ edit ] When the Phoenix Force returned to Earth, Wolverine sided with the Avengers and went with them to Utopia to take Hope Summers into custody as they suspected her of being the Phoenix Force's intended host.
Wolverine found this particularly difficult to do as he was forced to fight those he once thought of as family. Wolverine is infuriated, feeling Cyclops has betrayed what the X-Men stood for, and did not have the right to determine who was a part of them. She promises to let Wolverine kill her if she is unable to control the Phoenix Force; her only request is that she gets the chance to control it.
However, Wolverine betrays her by summoning the Avengers. She asks Wolverine to kill her, but he is prevented from doing so by Cyclops. The team's first mission pits them against a clone of the Red Skull who had grafted Professor X's brain onto his own. While his healing factor purges the infection from his body, the viral agent was still able to suppress Wolverine's healing factor, leaving him in the search for a cure. Heroes such as Mister Fantastic offered to work on finding a means of reactivating his healing factor.
When he learned that a bounty had been placed on his head, Logan resolved to find his foe, eventually identifying it as Doctor Abraham Cornelius , the founder of the Weapon X program. After defeating Dr. Cornelius' latest experiment, Wolverine slashed the adamantium container before it could be infected with Dr. Cornelius' chemicals and Wolverine gets covered in it during the process. Wolverine dies from suffocation from the hardening adamantium.
Art by Emanuela Lupacchino. The aftermath of Wolverine's death is explored in the series Wolverines. The group infiltrate Mister Sinister's fortress to retrieve the body, but it is taken by the X-Men after a battle. Storm even noted after Sinister's defeat that Spider-Man's unconventional attitude made him more like Wolverine than she had acknowledged.
Captain America and Deadpool went to retrieve it in order to prevent A. Deadpool was given the blood-covered knife by Captain America to do with it as he wanted. Deadpool had recently acquired an incubator that could create new bodies using a DNA sample. Deadpool deferred the decision to bring Wolverine back to life until he had more time to think on whether it would have been what Wolverine wanted.
Wolverine is soon afterwards confronted by Loki for a warning of the upcoming War and many villains who are trying to seek the stones will eventually pursue Logan and the rest of his allies who have the Infinity Gems soon. It has been revealed that before the time-displaced Jean Grey "discovers" the adamantium shell in Wolverine's grave has been cracked open and is empty, the X-Men set up Wolverine's 'public' grave in the cabin and were able to get his body out of the adamantium shell by having Kitty phase his corpse out of it, subsequently burying him in a secret location in Canada while leaving the shell as a site for others to attend in memorial of him.
The shell is cracked when the Reavers attempt to steal Wolverine's corpse and shortly after that attack, Kitty visits the 'real' grave and realizes that it is empty. Kitty contacts Daredevil and Tony Stark for help finding who took Wolverine, but all are left concerned at the questions of who would even know the location of the true grave- which was known only by a few key X-Men- and whether Wolverine was stolen or 'woke up' on his own as the X-Men also began their investigation, leaving the time-displaced Jean Grey alone in the cabin.Incredible Hulk "The Day of the Locust!
Incredible Hulk "Phasing Out" November, Left a major mark in comics. In the case of Wolverine, he put on an eye patch and re-invented himself in Madipoor as "Patch," while the Hulk ended up in Las Vegas after seemingly dying in a nuclear explosion courtesy of the Leader and working for a mob boss under the name "Joe Fixit. And Hammer and Anvil return to the prison so they can wreak vengeance on it with their new powers.
Incredible Hulk "Desert Heat" December, Walter, the international angle of the X-Men was probably much longer in development than it was actually used.
Then after the new Claremont X-Men came out Wolvie enjoyed an immense popularity rush. Incredible Hulk 4 ""The Monster and the Machine!
Incredible Hulk "Hel and Back" November,