Comments on: Marvel is Killing Off Wolverine in Comics The #1 Independent Movie & TV News Website Wed, 28 Jan 2015 23:04:23 +0000 hourly 1 By: anon Wed, 21 Jan 2015 23:49:19 +0000 say real talk dont kill logan I will forever hate marvel with a passion

By: tim Wed, 14 Jan 2015 18:36:08 +0000 If theyre not turning characters genders from to the other, now they want to get rid of such an iconic character like wolverine!!!!!all they want are short term sales as they no longer have any original ideas!

By: hazel Tue, 06 Jan 2015 00:35:53 +0000 Am sorry thy real s*** and marvel suck. To kill of wolverine

By: Ganesh Gireesh Wed, 31 Dec 2014 15:54:24 +0000 This is really pathetic .
he is immortal .
he will live in everyones heart.
if marvel tries to kill him they will suffer.

By: Jake Mon, 17 Nov 2014 12:18:24 +0000 Bah.. Wolverine is:

a) One of the most known Marvel characters.. his permadeath would affect negatively for the followers of the Marvel universe.
b) His market value is high, he sells a lot..

The only intelligent reason for killing the milking cow is to rise the market value even higher -> resurrection. Meanwhile the desperate readers buy magazines and try to search the hints for the return of their hero.

By: Zero_Juice Thu, 13 Nov 2014 04:29:45 +0000 Wrong. His mutation has allowed him to genetically map the adamantium. Meaning, if he had an arm cut off (completely possible if you cut at the joint) the arm and the adamantium bones would grow back. Yes, at one point this was not true but it was changed a few years ago.

By: Kilrog Sat, 08 Nov 2014 22:19:53 +0000 Wolverine is dead, long live Wolverine. Really we’ll never be rid of him… Part of his folklore is that he can regenerate from a single cell. This being said, every time he sheds a drop of blood, a hair, a skin follicle, a new Logan should emerge, we should have hundreds if not thousands of him running around out there. Logan’s only however, he could never regenerate the Adamantium skeleton grafts.

By: Jon Fri, 17 Oct 2014 13:26:49 +0000 He’s already coming back! Secret Wars 2015! issue 7. NYCC Marvel revealed it. This Secret Wars will be Marvels version of Infinite Crisis, time and alternate dimensions will be torn apart and the Marvel Universe will be changed, and he will be back! I think they are going for a revamp, kinda like DC’s new 52. The firt art show’s Thor with his hammer against new female Thor with her Hammer, and Old Captain America against the new Captain America. What the 12 issue series will lead too is resolving what Marvel has changed and what needs to be undone. It’s there way of cleaning up whatever changes they made recently that don’t pan out. Wolverine was never going to be gone for good, very few out Marvel ever stay dead.

By: Kaos Thu, 16 Oct 2014 05:13:08 +0000 Issue #4
Story wasn’t any better than the first 3 issues.



Wolverine will be back soon, no doubt about it.
Just a cheap ploy to sell more comics.
I read all issues for free online.

By: Kaos Tue, 07 Oct 2014 03:13:04 +0000 DoW is the number one selling comic/series this month:

The top selling comic from DC Comics was “Batman (2011) Futures End” #1 (3D Cover) in slot 3 with an estimated 127,823 units and for Marvel Comics was “Death of Wolverine (2014)” #1 in rank 1 with an estimated 261,975 units.

Just more proof of how popular Logan is; even fans who hate the idea of Marvel killing him off are still buying the DoW quartet.

By: steve Sun, 05 Oct 2014 19:21:38 +0000 I’ve thought about this for awhile and found that I really do not care. Marvels’ storylines have become tired, trite & full of boring cliches. Aside from the art, which is fantastic, there’s nothing new to read, or, nothing interesting, at least.

I refuse to read this Wolverine series because I suspect that he will be back, that he is not actually “dead.” I believe that Marvel would lose a ton of revenue if they killed off a staple such as Wolverine; however, if the character were to be permanently shelved, I would purchase more comic books! This would be different, in a good way; however, since I’ve not seen anything truly original from Marvel/DC in a long, long time, I doubt this death will be a permanent thing.

By: Kaos Fri, 03 Oct 2014 01:55:40 +0000 Okay, so I’ve now read DoW issues #1 to #3 and I gotta say that it doesn’t even look like Logan.
Gone is the brushed back spiky/winged hairstyle, the short, overly bulky muscular, hairy body.
As depicted in these 3 issues Logan looks pretty much like a normal person, especially in a tux.
The storyline is moving way too fast and there’s too much deus ex machina helping him out with clues and last minute saves.
I just don’t see him dying for good in issue #4.
I’m thinking that maybe the Wolverine persona dies, but not Logan.
I’m also thinking that maybe the reason for the long delay between the issues, that was originally supposed to be weekly, is because Marvel is having second thoughts about killing Wolverine off for good after the massive negative reaction from fans, and has had to change the storyline to a different one from what they had planned.
Regardless, issue #4 is going to be a storm in a tea cup, because there’s no way they can make such a short number of pages into a big enough epic to end one of Marvel’s most beloved characters.
They haven’t managed to get anywhere near epic with the first 3 issues of DoW, so I cannot imagine they are going to suddenly overcome that with the final issue.
In reality the DoW should have run for a dozen issues at least, slowly building the suspense and ‘what will happen next’ factor.
This feels rushed and flat and is an insult to long time fans and readers of the Wolverine comics.
The storyline is lame, and the art, while perfectly fine, is not depicting the characters as we have come to know them over the decades.
I look forward to issue #4 just so I can get it over with and shake my head in the sure and certain knowledge that Marvel’s golden days are now well past and I can move on, leaving Marvel behind.
No Wolverine, a black Captain America, a muslim Ms Marvel, a female Thor…Stan Lee must be shaking his head as well.

By: grahamoddities Thu, 02 Oct 2014 17:26:59 +0000 I grew up with Logan… every time Marvel kills him they are killing a piece of my childhood… I quit collecting comics when they took the metal from his bones in the late 80s… I was devastated. I was just about to get back into comics and now this. I have over 7000 Marvel comics that I feel like burning right now. Even if Wolverine does come back.. who cares! Marvel will no longer get any of my money… nor any of my children’s money if I can help it.


Ex-Marvel Fan

By: Chris Healy Thu, 02 Oct 2014 12:02:05 +0000 I’m going to DC. First Spiderman, now Wolverine. May as well kill everyone off and try to start afresh

By: juan c Tue, 30 Sep 2014 16:17:26 +0000 no one stays dead in comics except bucky, jason todd and uncle ben… oops.
marvel sucks, dc sucks, if i want some fantastic storytelling i turn to c-span

By: Galvion Fri, 26 Sep 2014 10:12:23 +0000 I give it 12 months, tops.

By: bgirlpony13 Fri, 26 Sep 2014 04:18:10 +0000 WHAT THE IN THE HELL is wrong with MARVEL!!!!!!

By: sw eden สว อิเฎล Sun, 21 Sep 2014 04:53:42 +0000 We are also do not want to see afterlife version of wolverine.

By: Thomas Fri, 19 Sep 2014 01:07:16 +0000 I know of one thing thats funnier… someone who says “There’s not much funnier than someone who is dead wrong but refuses to admit as much” when they are in fact the one who is wrong.

The story has been done and done over and over again. Need a couple of references:

Wolverine (1988 series) #173-176 – Wolverine gets zapped by a giant gun that removes his healing factor. His oldest foes come to kill him and succeed at that. Too bad although already dead he gets recapped and his healing factor returns and he comes back to life.

X-Men (1991 series) #99 – The X-Men get zapped again by a giant mutant power stealing device and turned human. Too bad for wolvie his body needs a healing factor to constantly fight off Adamantium poisoning. Thats right, wolverine dying due to losing his powers!

Been reading X-men/ Wolverine since 1980, so have a handful more examples of Wolverine losing his healing factor in 616 universe if you want to debate some more Eric, but then gain I’ve already won this one me thinks.

By: Eric Wed, 17 Sep 2014 13:56:12 +0000 I hope that was sarcasm. I’m not 100% sure about the Hulk, but you do realize Iron Man and Cap have both “died” before, right?