Wolverine 50th Anniversary To Bring Back Chris Claremont

Chris Claremont returns for a sequel to one of his most iconic Wolverine adventures.

For Wolverine’s 50th anniversary, Marvel Comics will introduce a sequel to one of Chris Claremont’s most iconic Wolverine adventures. WOLVERINE: MADRIPOOR KNIGHTS will release next year on February 7th, 2024. Claremont is known for his legendary contributions to Uncanny X-Men and Wolverine’s solo adventures. He promises fans a gripping tale. It will pick up where the beloved Uncanny X-Men #268 left off. This milestone issue was originally brought to life with Jim Lee’s iconic artwork. It featured Wolverine’s historic encounter with Captain America during World War II, linking it to a modern-day adventure alongside Black Widow in Madripoor.

Now, in this eagerly anticipated five-issue limited series, Claremont teams up with the talented artist Edgar Salazar. The duo will deliver an epic story that unites these beloved Marvel heroes. As Captain America joins forces with Wolverine and Black Widow in Madripoor, they face a race against time to prevent a planet-threatening weapon from falling into the wrong hands. They wil have to face array of adversaries, including the formidable Hand, standing in their way. This long-awaited reunion of Claremont, Cap, Widow, and Wolverine promises an unforgettable journey that fans have been yearning for. It will take the Marvel Universe to uncharted heights.

Chris Claremont, shared his excitement, stating, “Hard to believe, Bub, I’ve known Logan for 50 years! And Natasha was in the first Marvel story I ever wrote. This trip back to Madripoor will reveal hidden truths about two of my favorite characters on the adventure that shaped their lives.”

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Sean Tajipour is the Founder and Editor of Nerdtropolis and the host of the Moviegoers Society Podcast. He is also a member of the Critics Choice Association. You can follow on Twitter and Instagram @Seantaj.

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