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Issue:	Wolverine 48
Date:	Nov-91
Story:	Dreams of Gore: Phase 1 (21 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Silver Fox (in flashback)
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	the Weapon X Program, Sabretooth (Victor Creed), Mastodon, Andre,
Morse, Carlisle (all in flashback)
Other Characters:	Harry Tabeshaw
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils: Marc Silvestri
	Inks: Dan Green
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Note: this is Shiva Scenario Part 1.
	Logan breaks into a nuclear research facility in the wilds of Alberta,
Canada. Tabeshaw is the one who tracked down the Hunter for Parvenue (iss. 45),
and he says this is its lair, where no other animals go. Jubilee roller blades
around while Logan finds his claw marks as though he was trying to get in, but he
doesn't remember it.
	In a garage, they find an old luxury car: his, with Silver Fox's medicine bag
hanging from the key chain. He remembers being shot with a stun gun and fighting
his attackers until they knocked him out. He finds signs of a battle and
remembers himself as Weapon X, berserk and trying to kill a professor. Jubilee
finds a gun in the glove compartment, and he remembers working with Creed and
Mastodon to arrest rebels; he was shot and sprouted thorns. Silver Fox was one of
the rebels, and she held a gun on him. Someone in voice over discusses implants
into Logan's memories. Logan says he needs to talk to Xavier. A large machine in
the background is marked "Shiva 2."

Issue:	Wolverine 49
Date:	Dec-91
Story:	Dreams of Gore: Phase 2 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Silver Fox (as a memory)
Guest Stars:	Prof. Charles Xavier, Jean Grey
Villains:	Sabretooth (Victor Creed, alias Julio El Tigre), Mastodon, Jack
Ruby, Lee Harvey Oswald (all as memories); Dr. Monica Hines (see iss. 76), the
Professor (Dr. Myron MacLain, see iss. -1)
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils: Marc Silvestri
	Inks: Green, Barta
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Note: this is Shiva Scenario Part 2.
	Logan goes to Xavier for a mind-probe, as Jean monitors. He has symbolic
memories: himself as Weapon X, berserk, killing guards. He comes up to the Shiva
door, and Creed tells him JFK was just shot; they are on a mission in Palma
Soriano, Cuba, and his codename is Emilio Garra. They see Ruby shoot Oswald on
TV, and soldiers try to arrest them as spies. Creed denies being Canadian; Logan
gets out the back and finds a door he carved Silver Fox's name on.
	Memory beyond that is artificially blocked; Jean warns him that trying to
break through may damage his mind, reverting him to an animal, but he presses on.
	He sees Creed and Mastodon confronting Silver Fox (last iss.). He cuddles
with her as they remember their cabin (iss. 47), but she pulls a gun on him, and
he remembers killing the professor. He sees the cabin as a picture on a calendar;
he tears through the walls and finds Silver Fox captive in a wilderness,
swallowed by a tree and then turning into a bear, as the professor and Hines
discuss manipulating his perceptions. He beheads the bear and pulls off his
goggles; he actually beheaded a duplicate of himself and is surrounded by
soldiers. The professor was trying to use extreme emotions as an activation
mechanism for Weapon X, but it failed. He considers using the woman or the father
again.
	Jean has Xavier bring Logan out of it; he unconsciously trashed the lab. They
say he's in danger of becoming an animal, but he denies it, tears off his shirt,
and runs away.
	Hines sees him tear off on his motorcycle and alerts the professor, now in
the Pest Control section of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. He says Shiva will
kill him.

Issue:	Wolverine 50
Date:	Jan-92
Story:	Dreams of Gore: Phase 3 (36 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee
Guest Stars:	Forge, SHIELD including Nick Fury; Prof. Charles Xavier, Cyclops
(Scott Summers), Jean Grey
Villains:	Hydra including Parsons, Silver Fox; the professor, Hines, Shiva
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils: Marc Silvestri
	Inks: Dan Green, Hilary Barta, Tom Palmer
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Note: this is Shiva Scenario Part 3.
	Logan drives his motorcycle into the Citicorp building and up the elevator:
Forge had told him SHIELD was using it temporarily as a supply site for the
helicarrier.
	He pushes the bike up the stairs and jumps it into the helicarrier to
confront Fury. He tells him to call the CIA director and mention Cuba in 1963
(last iss.) and then demands to read his dossier. Pest Control and Hydra both
notice the computer activity.
	Logan goes to Washington, demanding to see the professor, but his secretary
disavows all knowledge. Logan shouts that he's going to a warehouse in Windsor,
Ontario, and Hines can trail him there. He gets the X-Men to fly him up in the
Blackbird. He has his yellow and blue costume on, and Jean is worried he's
reverting to his old, feral self.
	Logan enters the warehouse alone and finds movie sets of his memories, but
others he doesn't recognize. He thinks many have been brainwashed there, and he
hopes his cabin with Silver Fox was real.
	The professor and Hines followed to make sure Shiva kills him. In the control
room, they watch Logan approach the Weapon X lab door and realize he has the key,
from his car's key chain (iss. 48). Logan enters; Shiva attacks; Logan destroys
it. The Shiva program learns and creates another killer robot.
	The X-Men continue to review Logan's CIA file and find the original Weapon X
project proposal: super-soldiers who were mind-wiped and hidden in the general
population till activated, with age factors suppressed.
	Silver Fox, now in Hydra, arrives and attacks the professor. She was also
brainwashed in the program, and she sees Logan fighting Shiva through the
backgrounds of her own memories. The professor is irritated that all his subjects
remember the cabin. He jumps Silver Fox, and her gun goes off.
	Shiva, losing, uses its failsafe and triggers Logan's memories: "every
excruciating moment of searing pain in your life... vividly recalled with chilling
clarity!" Logan howls like an animal but then asserts his humanity and slices
Shiva apart, but the computer program lives on.
	A woman screams; the X-Men and Logan find Hines. The professor was ripped
apart with claws, and his dying effort was to turn Shiva against Creed.
	The X-Men want to help the rest of the names in the Weapon X program. Logan
is coldly dismissive.
	Note: pin-ups precede and follow the story.

Issue:	Wolverine 51
Date:	Feb-92
Story:	Heartbreak Motel! (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee
Guest Stars:	Forge, Cyclops (Scott Summers), Storm (Ororo Munroe), Prof.
Charles Xavier, Jean Grey; Morlocks including Masque
Villains:	Mystique, Albert, Spiral
Other Characters:	Elsie-Dee, the Hunter in Darkness
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils: Andy Kubert
	Inks: Dan Green
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Note: this is The Crunch Conundrum Part 1.
	Logan is working out in the mansion's Danger Room and not even breaking a
sweat. He's wilder since Xavier unblocked his memory (iss. 49), so Xavier has him
put on a helmet and recreates Shingen (killed in Wolverine LS) and Ogun (killed
in Kitty Pryde & Wolverine LS) to attack him. Logan's brain fills out the
hallucination, and it becomes fully interactive. Xavier adds Sabretooth and
Deathstrike, pushing Logan into a berserker rage. Cyclops and Storm leave,
disgusted, but Xavier continues.
	Afterwards, Logan motorcycles to the Auger Inn, a local dive. He plays pool
and takes a blonde to his hotel room.
	Jubilee, worried for him, roller blades over, sees Jean coming out of his
room, and kicks over Logan's bike. Logan yells at Jean, and she turns into the
blonde, then her true self, Mystique, and then Silver Fox. He knew it was
Mystique from her scent and sensed she was afraid of someone.
	Elsie, finally rebuilt, leaves the Morlock tunnels with Albert. They find and
befriend the Hunter and then fly off in their rebuilt stealth bomber from under
the East River (iss. 40).
	Jubilee sees the real Jean jogging, realizes she wasn't at the motel, and
hugs her.
	Logan realizes Spiral is after Mystique, and when he says her name, she
appears.

Issue:	Wolverine 52
Date:	Mar-92
Story:	Citadel at the End of Time (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee
Guest Stars:	Gateway
Villains:	Mystique, Spiral, Plasma Wraiths, Albert, Mojo, Abcissa
Other Characters:	Elsie-Dee, the Hunter in Darkness
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils: Mark Silvestri
	Inks: Dan Green
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Note: this is The Crunch Conundrum Part 2.
	Spiral identifies Logan's room in the Cloud 9 hotel as the intersection of 5
timelines. It can be traced, and, sure enough, a Plasma Wraith emerges from the
velvet painting. It's a sentient energy field, and Logan and Spiral slice it into
oblivion.
	Elsie senses something in the motel till Spiral erects a cloaking field, and
she directs Albert northward to Canada.
	Spiral uses her sword to show herself in many timelines, all dancing toward
convergence in the Crunch, the far-future opposite of the Big Bang, along with
other time-trippers such as Gateway. A beam from the future traces her sword;
Spiral avoids it by taking everyone to a place where time folds itself. After the
whirlwind, Jubilee reenters the hotel to investigate and finds Mojo.
	Spiral, Mystique, Logan, and his bike liquefy and congeal an hour before the
Crunch. A Plasma Wraith speaking movie jargon attacks; Mystique guesses Mojo is
behind this, and she impersonates him and distracts the Wraith so Logan and
Spiral can kill it. Spiral says they must hide in the Citadel at the End of Time:
it's planet-sized, and they're standing on it.
	Mojo sics Abcissa on Jubilee; they chain her and take her to the future.
	Elsie finds a government facility (iss. 48) next to an Indian burial ground,
and the Hunter is interested in the pile of bones. Albert and Hunter dig and find
a skeleton with adamantium claws.

Issue:	Wolverine 53
Date:	Apr-92
Story:	The Chimerical Mystery Tour (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee
Guest Stars:	Gateway, Nick Fury, Beast (Hank McCoy), Gambit (Remy LeBeau), Mr.
Fantastic (Reed Richards), the Thing (Ben Grimm)
Villains:	Mystique, Spiral, Mojo, Abcissa, Plasma Wraiths, Albert
Other Characters:	Elsie-Dee, the Hunter in Darkness
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils: Mark Silvestri
	Inks: Dan Green, Barta, Janson
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Rosas, Tinsley, Javins
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Note: this is The Crunch Conundrum Part 3.
	Logan gets Mystique and Spiral on his bike and spirals down into the citadel
to find Mojo, who projects himself on a giant TV. Plasma Wraiths attack.
	Albert analyzes the skeleton and says it's Logan, dead 200 years.
	Mojo demands Jubilee's submission for Logan's life; she refuses; he shows her
that Abcissa is her.
	Spiral says Mojo wants to delay the Crunch so he can get more footage, but
this would negate the whole universe. Gateway appears, and his bullroarer is
Albert's bomber, bearing an anti-matter missile. Spiral takes Mystique back in
time to find it. Elsie agrees to let them have it, if Spiral sends her back in
time to resolve the mystery of Logan's skeleton (a relic of an alternate
timeline, says Spiral). She and Logan ride the missile, playing chicken with
Mojo. Jubilee kicks Mojo and takes Logan on his bike through Spiral's vortex back
to their timeline. Abcissa and her timeline disappear. Spiral and Mystique lose
their knowledge of the future, and Logan's skeleton disappears. The missile heads
toward Mojo, ready to explode and initiate the Crunch.
	Logan is suddenly playing poker at 4 Freedoms Plaza and owes Gambit $5000.
Jubilee calls from Tokyo: she's under arrest for violating customs with Logan's
Harley. They've both had memory lapses.

Issue:	Wolverine 54
Date:	May-92
Story:	Station Identification (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	a Morlock, Shatterstar, Cannonball (Sam Guthrie), Rogue
Villains:	Vidkids including Link, Cueball
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Fabian Nicieza
	Pencils: Darick Robertson
	Inks: Don Hudson
	Letters: Pat Brousseau, Heisler
	Colors: Kelly Corvese
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	A Morlock is chased, beaten, and killed by the anti-mutant Vidkids,
who videotape it all. Shatterstar sees them on the TV news and empathizes with
their Mojo-like ethos.
	Logan and Rogue work out in the Danger Room; she hesitates when a faux
Magneto attacks her, confused by her feelings for him.
	Logan hunts the Vidkids and assumes Shatterstar is one of them. They fight;
Logan traps his head with two claws and threatens with the third. Shatterstar
genuflects to the legendary Wolverine, who realizes he's part of X-Force.
	The Vidkids chase a homeless woman into the subways, where Logan and
Shatterstar attack them. Shatterstar realizes their killings were not for honor
but just for fun. Logan destroys the cameras, and police arrest the Vidkids.

Issue:	Wolverine 55
Date:	Jun-92
Story:	Thirty Slashes over Tokyo (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee, Yukio, Mariko Yashida
Guest Stars:	Gambit (Remy LeBeau), Sunfire (Shiro Yoshida, here called Shuro)
Villains:	Tsurayaba Matsuo and the Hand, Reiko, Cylla
Other Characters:	Eddie; Jotaro Isuzu, Honda, Suzuki
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils: Marc Silvestri
	Inks: Dan Green
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Logan triggers the metal detector at LAX, eventually in his skivvies
and calling on Nick Fury to get through.
	That call triggers Cylla, Pierce's premier cyborg, in storage; he himself is
dead (UXM 281-282).
	In Tokyo, a taxi driver detours Logan and Gambit into an ambush. Gambit blows
them off with the roof; the driver meekly takes them to Ropongi Police Station.
	Mariko calls Matsuo, assuring him she has nothing to do with Logan's arrival.
She resists his efforts to control her still shameful family.
	Customs shows Logan a crate sent to him containing an illegal cyborg. She
bursts out. Sunfire arrives, wanting to help the X-Men, just as the Hand attacks.
	Jubilee is transferred to a juvenile facility. Matsuo removed Reiko's corneas
(payback for iss. 33), which will be restored only if she poisons Jubilee. They
fight until Reiko realizes Wolverine is Patch. She lets her go, and Yukio finds
her on the street.

Issue:	Wolverine 56
Date:	early Jul-92
Story:	We Got Cylla, Can Mothra Be Far Behind? (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee, Yukio, Mariko Yashida
Guest Stars:	Gambit (Remy LeBeau), Sunfire (Shiro Yoshida), the Silver Samurai
(Kenuichio Harada)
Villains:	Tsurayaba Matsuo and the Hand, Reiko, Cylla, Kojiro, Hydra including
Silver Fox
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils: Marc Silvestri
	Inks: Dan Green
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Cylla battles Logan, fulfilling her programming. Sunfire is insulted
that the Hand are after Logan and not him; Gambit helps him fight them off
without destroying the police station. Well, at least he tried. The building
collapses, and Cylla and the Hand retreat.
	Yukio takes Jubilee back to her place, a dump. They watch cops racing toward
the station, see Matsuo there, and trail him.
	Reiko tries to smuggle herself out of Japan, but Kojiro turns her over to
Hydra and Silver Fox.
	Mariko meets with her family, who want to compromise with the Hand. The
Silver Samurai appears and proposes she turn the clan over to him. Logan appears;
Mariko stops him from fighting the Samurai; Matsuo has the Hand surround the
house and demands her submission; Jubilee is surprised Logan has a true love.

Issue:	Wolverine 57
Date:	late Jul-92
Story:	Death in the Family! (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee, Yukio, Mariko Yashida
Guest Stars:	Gambit (Remy LeBeau), the Silver Samurai (Kenuichio Harada)
Villains:	Tsurayaba Matsuo and the Hand, Reiko, Cylla, Kojiro, Hydra including
Silver Fox
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils: Marc Silvestri
	Inks: Dan Green, Al Milgrom, Joe Rubinstein
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Melee, and even Mariko pitches in with the honor sword of the
Yashida Clan. They retreat into the booby-trapped house, and Mariko has a private
chat with Logan. She says she hasn't cleaned up her family yet and gives him his
old yellow and brown costume to use while saving her family's honor.
	Silver Fox approaches Matsuo, who uses his cybernetic hand to attack Reiko,
but Kojiro intervenes and gets it in the neck.
	Yukio takes Jubilee hand-over-hand along the power line to the Yoshida
citadel. And Cylla is back. Gambit gives Logan a kinetically-enhanced boost to
the roof to keep her away from the girls. Together, they knock her off and
electrocute her. She limps away.
	Silver Fox and Matsuo send Reiko to offer Mariko a buy-out deal that will
save her family honor. In return, she must cut off a finger, Yakuza fashion.
Reiko cuts herself, to prove the blade isn't poisoned. But when Mariko pricks
herself, she feels the poison. Reiko realizes Mariko is Logan's beloved and kills
herself on the Samurai's blade. Mariko professes her love for Logan and asks him
to end her agony with his claws. A tear, and then snikt.

Issue:	Wolverine 58
Date:	early Aug-92
Story:	Monkeywrenching (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee
Guest Stars:	Prof. Charles Xavier
Villains:	the NDL (Nature Defense League) including Jacob Grenfire, Johnny
Bloodcede (Monkeywrench), Lance, Pick Axis, Paul, Bunyan; Terror
Other Characters:	Barton Hoff
Credits:	Writer: D.G. Chichester
	Pencils: Darick Robertson
	Inks: Joe Rubinstein
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Ariane
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Mariko is dead and Logan is back at the X-mansion. He overhears
Xavier talking to his friend Barton, who owns a logging company and whose
daughter Alice was kidnapped by eco-terrorists, the NDL. Xavier bites his tongue
about the X-Men and says he can't help. Logan takes on the job himself, with
Jubilee along (to be less conspicuous!). They find the bad guys and attack Lance
while he unpacks grenades. Boom. Lance suicides rather than squealing.
	Logan goes to the morgue for help: Terror, a green, spined mercenary who can
attach and gain information from other peoples' body parts. He takes Lance's eye
and says Bloodcede, now Monkeywrench, has the girl captive and is preaching
environmentalism like a cult.
	The NDL attack. Terror is cut in half: he gets himself a new pair of legs
from the recently deceased. Monkeywrench takes Lance's body, to return to the
earth, and when Logan interferes, pounds an explosive pike into his chest.

Issue:	Wolverine 59
Date:	late Aug-92
Story:	Unnatural Resources (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	the NDL (Nature Defense League) including Jacob Grenfire, Johnny
Bloodcede (Monkeywrench), Pick Axis, Paul, Bunyan; Terror
Other Characters:	Barton Hoff, Alice Hoff
Credits:	Writer: D.G. Chichester
	Pencils: Darick Robertson
	Inks: Joe Rubinstein
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Ariane
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Logan has Terror lower him into freezing water and remove the
explosive pike. The explosion is thereby delayed, somehow.
	Alice joined the NDL to illegally protest logging, but now she's a captive of
maniacs who say humanity is the enemy. Monkeywrench's faction attacks Grenfire,
and one of his protestors joins the violent side: actually Logan with a crew cut
for a disguise. He picks up Alice's scent and immediately blows his cover: she is
tied to the top of a tree about to be felled by her father's company. He scales
it and unties her as Monkeywrench explodes one of his pikes, felling the tree.
Logan takes the brunt of the fall on himself and then tracks and catches
Monkeywrench.
	Barton calls off his loggers; Logan returns Alice to daddy and threatens to
keep an eye on his business practices.

Issue:	Wolverine 60
Date:	early Sep-92
Story:	Counting Coup (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee, Yukio; Mariko Yashida, Silver Fox (both as
visions)
Guest Stars:	Gambit (Remy LeBeau), Sunfire (Shiro Yoshida), Maverick (David
North, in flashback), John Wraith
Villains:	Sabretooth (Victor Creed), Shiva, Tsurayaba Matsuo and the Hand; a
Plasma Wraith (in flashback)
Other Characters:	Janice Hollenbeck (in flashback)
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils: Dave Hoover
	Inks: Keith Williams
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Kevin Tinsley
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Note: this takes place before iss. 58.
	Logan mourns before Mariko's grave and has disturbing visions of her and
Silver Fox and of himself as Weapon X going feral. Yukio leaves, not wanting
Logan on the rebound. Sunfire arrives and says the Japanese government doesn't
want Logan going vigilante on Matsuo.
	Shiva finds Creed watching a wresting match in New York. The audience enjoys
their match.
	A black man in the subway in Western wear intimidates white punks into not
mugging him or each other, and then disappears.
	Matsuo confronts Logan, saying Mariko's death is payback for losing his hand.
He has a new one made by the Mandarin's armorer, and he vivisects Logan with it:
it's just a Logan manikin.
	Logan remembers Creed, Maverick, and Janice (see X-Men II:6); Wraith was sent
to help them escape.
	Creed takes Shiva apart, so it triggers his most horrible memory (see iss.
50): beating a young Logan, who was shirking his chores to spend time with Silver
Fox, and who denied Creed was his father. Wraith, the man from the subway, breaks
him out of it, since another Shiva robot has arrived. Wraith explodes it and
extracts Creed.
	Sunfire has his limo take Logan to the airport, but en route he sniffs Matsuo
and attack him in his penthouse garden, making short work of his ninjas and
bionic hand. He decides not to kill him, but to keep coming back, amputating
another body part each time.

Issue:	Wolverine 61
Date:	late Sep-92
Story:	Nightmare Quest! (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee
Guest Stars:	John Wraith (a.k.a. Carlisle, Halcon, Kestrel), Elefante (a.k.a.
Mastodon), SHIELD including Nick Fury; Maverick (David North, in flashback)
Villains:	Omega Red (Arkady Gregorivich Rossovich), Sabretooth (Victor Creed),
Silver Fox (all in flashback)
Other Characters:	Janice Hollenbeck (both in flashback)
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils & Inks: Mark Texeira
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Logan confronts Silver Fox, Creed and Wraith in the woods. Others
fire at them, and Logan isn't sure what side he's on.
	He wakes from the dream: Jubilee says their flight from Tokyo was diverted to
the SHIELD helicarrier. Fury sends him on a secret government mission, and
Jubilee insists on going along. They are dropped off in a devastated wasteland
and meet Wraith (Carlisle from Logan's implanted memories, iss. 48). He holds a
gun on Jubilee, and Logan remembers a similar scene in Southeast Asia, where
Wraith was unwilling to kill a captive. He also remembers Wraith disappearing
when attacked by Omega Red (X-Men II:5), evidently his mutant power.
	Wraith says he's codename Kestrel on the Weapon X list and hands Logan a
Shiva head. It triggers his worst memories, including Cuba in 1963 (iss. 49-50).
He, Creed, and Wraith were sent to destroy a Russian missile. Silver Fox directed
a tentacled monster against them.
	Jubilee takes the head away; Logan attacks Wraith, who disappears. He calls
them up to his house: they've been in Los Angeles all this time. There are
intruders, and Logan attacks. Wraith stops him: they're just kids with machine
guns, trying to rob the place. Mastodon is there, old and feeble: his Weapon X
age suppressants suddenly wore off. Wraith, trying to reassemble the team,
located Silver Fox and has Creed in the basement with an explosive stuck to his
chest.

Issue:	Wolverine 62
Date:	Oct-92
Story:	Reunion! (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee
Guest Stars:	John Wraith, Mastodon, Maverick (David North)
Villains:	Sabretooth (Victor Creed), Silver Fox and Hydra, Hines, Aldo Ferro
(a.k.a. the Sicilian Mouse)
Other Characters:	Mrs. Higgenbotham and Ornette
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils & Inks: Mark Texeira
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Creed breaks his restraints, daring Wraith to set off the explosive.
The inevitable duel; Silver Fox, now of Hydra, interrupts, zapping Creed for
trying to kill her. She calls a truce so they don't all wind up like Mastodon.
She shows Logan her medicine bag (iss. 48), and he remembers her giving it to him
when they were children, and his "Pa," Creed, disciplining him. Silver Fox
tracked down Hines, their last surviving link to the Weapon X project, but Logan
and Wraith don't want to torture her for information.
	Just then, Mastodon melts to mush in Jubilee's hands, and Hines, appalled,
decides to help, first by taking Jubilee next door for a shower. Mrs.
Higgenbotham's son is a computer hacker, so they get NSA data, including unknown
Weapon X subjects Vole and Wildcat, and participant Ferro. He kicks Silver Fox
out of his room when she pulls a gun: he was paralyzed in a drive-by.
	Silver Fox has Hydra's jet fly them to Ferro's private island near Seattle:
he was a Mafia crime lord in Cuba, long thought dead. His defense systems shoot
them out of the sky; they fight past his guards and find him young and working
out in a gym, with Maverick as his bodyguard.

Issue:	Wolverine 63
Date:	Nov-92
Story:	Bastions of Glory! (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee
Guest Stars:	John Wraith, Maverick (David North), Jean Grey, Prof. Charles
Xavier
Villains:	Sabretooth (Victor Creed), Silver Fox, Aldo Ferro, Hines; Professor,
Cornelius (both in flashback)
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils & Inks: Mark Texeira
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Ferro is under government protection, with Maverick as guard. He
makes Logan remember being tortured in a horrific, spiked environment, along with
the others in Weapon X. He is a psi, and the Professor used his talents in the
project even though he was a criminal. He has all the Weapon X'ers under his
control, till Hines hits him in the head with a brick. She says he's a sadist and
a psi-borg, but he interrupts her by exploding. An illusion, but enough to
literally scare Hines to death.
	In Westchester, Cerebro noticed the psi activity, but it is quickly masked
again.
	Logan wants to track down Ferro, to find out which of his memories are real.
They blast through the floor and scout past Ferro's computer array, which they
realize are all working to decode Logan's DNA. Logan realizes that's too easy an
answer, and the computer is an illusion: Ferro turns into a tree, grabs Silver
Fox, and then turns back into a computer. Logan has tears in his eyes, frustrated
that everything could be an illusion.
	Just then Jean and Xavier arrive, but they aren't real, either.

Issue:	Wolverine 64
Date:	Dec-92
Story:	What Goes Around... (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee
Guest Stars:	John Wraith, Maverick (David North)
Villains:	Sabretooth (Victor Creed), Silver Fox, Aldo Ferro (a.k.a. Vole),
Shiva
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils: Mark Pacella
	Inks: Dan Panosian
	Art Assist: Scott Hanna
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Marie Javins, Kevin Tinsley
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Logan, Creed, Wraith, and Maverick destroy the computer complex.
False Jean and Xavier grow thorns, and Ferro shows himself, angry that they're
destroying his life's work. He's part mechanical, a psi-borg, able to withstand
Maverick's bullets. He psi-blasts Logan and gets him into an elevator, but he
cuts the cables, and they drop to the bottom.
	They all find themselves at Logan's cabin in Canada, where Creed killed
Silver Fox. But she wasn't really killed, so Ferro takes her medicine pouch from
Logan to show him what trauma they really used to condition him: a tooth. Silver
Fox had rejected him and knocked out his tooth.
	Ferro fells everyone with bad memories. He had been promised age suppressants
but was cheated. He made all the Weapon X subjects search for him, so he could
get tissue samples.
	He puts Logan in an illusion with Silver Fox; Logan knows it but doesn't
care. Ferro admits Silver Fox and Logan were really in love and then realizes the
suppressants didn't work on him because he himself had no trauma to trigger
adrenaline. He brings Creed into the cabin.
	Another Shiva shows up, targeting Vole (Ferro). Jubilee directs it to him
with a swift kick.
	Creed accosts Silver Fox, but she resists him and knocks out his tooth; he
kills her. Shiva blasts into Ferro, knocking everyone loose of his grip. Logan
knocks Creed away from Silver Fox; Ferro calls Creed to him, becomes a tree and
swallows him, then shrinks down to a twig with a pod, which Maverick crushes.

Issue:	Wolverine 65
Date:	Jan-93
Story:	State of Grace! (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee, Silver Fox (as a hologram)
Guest Stars:	Prof. Charles Xavier, Jean Grey, Cyclops (Scott Summers), Nick
Fury, John Wraith
Villains:	Sabretooth (Victor Creed, as a hologram)
Other Characters:	Sean (in flashback)
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils & Inks: Mark Texeira
	Art Assist: Steve Biasi
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Note: this occurs before the X-Cutioner's Song crossover, UXM 294.
	Logan uses a virtual reality helmet, since the Danger Room isn't enough of a
kick. Xavier doesn't want him using it for revenge fantasies, but Jubilee says he
needs to vent.
	Logan battles Creed in the cabin, when he's just killed Silver Fox. The
program extrapolates dialogue, and Creed says he's unwilling to remember his
mission to kill Terry Adams.
	In a bar, Logan wins at billiards and fights the loser, taking a massive blow
to the head, which scares the guy off. Jean finds him and admonishes him for this
juvenile behavior. He says his healing factor doesn't help him emotionally.
	Next morning, Silver Fox's funeral has been co-opted by Fury, and Logan is
furious. Fury is too, forced to bury a member of Hydra, but Wraith arranged to
take her to the cabin. He lets Logan come, blindfolded for security reasons. He's
pleased to find his graffiti. He digs the hole himself and promises to return
every spring.

Issue:	Wolverine 66
Date:	Feb-93
Story:	Prophecy (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee
Guest Stars:	Prof. Charles Xavier, Jean Grey, Cyclops (Scott Summers),
Colossus (Piotr Rasputin), Storm (Ororo Munroe); John Wraith
Villains:	Yuri, Ahmed
Other Characters:	a wino (from Marvel Comics Presents 72), Janice Hollenbeck
(as a delusion)
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils & Inks: Mark Texeira
	Art Assist: Steve Biasi
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Logan goes to the Prophecy House in Ottawa and remembers his last
time there, in 1967. He goes to his old room, (23, as in the psalm), and pries up
the floorboards, all the while seeing delusions of old TV characters and of
Janice.
	In the mansion, the X-Men see that he trashed his room; Xavier says it's his
fault for agreeing to remove the memory blocks (iss. 49). Logan went to the Auger
Inn when the delusions started, devils in the pinball machine and an angel on his
shoulder telling him to settle up with Terry Adams.
	Logan finds his stash of spy stuff: fake IDs, money and guns. He wakes in the
mansion, fixated on his mission to kill Adams.
	Storm goes to Wraith, asking help to locate Adams and stop Logan. All he
knows is that Creed and Maverick were involved, but the mission was scrubbed.
	The X-Men track Logan to Pakistan. He is on a train, which is boarded by
thieves claiming to be KGB border guards. They shoot everyone, including Logan,
and take his clothes and money. They discard his costume.

Issue:	Wolverine 67
Date:	Mar-93
Story:	Valley o' Death (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee
Guest Stars:	Prof. Charles Xavier, Colossus (Piotr Rasputin), Psylocke (Betsy
Braddock), Cyclops (Scott Summers), Iceman (Bobby Drake); Maverick (David North)
Villains:	Yuri, Ahmed
Other Characters:	Elena Ivanovna (see next iss.)
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils: Mark Texeira
	Inks: Mark Texeira, Palmiotti
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Logan wakes and slashes wolves trying to eat his corpse. Delusional
and dehydrated, he walks the desert, thinking it's 1967 and talking to an angel.
He kills vultures for sustenance.
	The X-Men track Maverick to an Upper East Side penthouse and find a strangled
young woman, suspended in mid-air by the residue of her own telekinesis. Maverick
is there, tracking a serial killer who targets mutants. He says Terry Adams is
Tyuratam, the name of the former Soviet Space Center. He looks at satellite
photos and sees evidence of recent activity: a minelayer.
	Logan's killers (last iss.) find out the Hand put a bounty on his head, so
they return for him. They catch up to him on the edge of the mine field (he
smelled it); he rips them apart and takes their Russian tank. He gets through the
gate using fake ID. He finds Elena, who looks like his angel. She directs him to
her father, Epsilon Red, the "Soviet Super Astronaut" (and therefore a
cosmonaut), and then realizes he (Logan) is the one who tried to kill him before.

Issue:	Wolverine 68
Date:	Apr-93
Story:	Epsilon Red (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee, Silver Fox (in flashback)
Guest Stars:	Prof. Charles Xavier, Colossus (Piotr Rasputin), Psylocke (Betsy
Braddock), Cyclops (Scott Summers), Iceman (Robert Drake)
Villains:	Epsilon Red; Sabretooth (Victor Creed, in flashback)
Other Characters:	Elena Ivanovna
Credits:	Writer: Larry Hama
	Pencils & Inks: Mark Texeira
	Backgrounds: Steve Biasi
	Letters: Pat Brousseau
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Bob Harras
	Editor-in-Chief: Tom DeFalco
Synopsis:	Epsilon Red bursts his bonds, sees Logan, and runs. Logan gives
chase and attacks, confusing now with 1968, when he accidentally wounded Red's
wife. He had been engineered to live in the vacuum of space. When Logan damaged
his containment suit, he began bloating under atmospheric pressure and asked
Logan to end his awful existence.
	Red realizes Logan's memories were tampered with and offers to help: he's a
psi, too. He says Logan's mission was to forestall a Soviet moon launch, till
Creed busted in to call off the mission.
	Logan has Red remove the rest of the artificial blocks (some are his own
subconscious, to prevent insanity). His mind burns, till everything is clear.
	The X-Men are on their way in the Blackbird, and they see preparations for a
launch. Security detects movement and surrounds Logan. He slices all their
rifles. To repay Red, he mounts him on the Soviet shuttle, so he can live in
space. The X-Men retrieve Logan and head for Siberia (X-Men II:17).
	Elena was actually the psi, and she didn't let Logan remember Creed killing
her mother for fun. She gathered information from Logan and plans revenge.


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