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Author: Robert Diehl
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Updated: Version 1.1, last modified October 20, 2001

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Issue:	Wolverine 142
Date:	Sep-99
Story:	Reunion! (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	*Wolverine
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Alpha Flight: Guardian (James MacDonald Hudson, the original),
Vindicator (Heather McNeil Hudson), Sasquatch (Dr. Walter Langoski), Puck (Eugene
Milton Judd), Shaman (Dr. Michael Twoyoungmen), Northstar and Aurora (Jean-Paul
and Jeanne-Marie Beaubier); Beta Flight: Guardian (James MacDonald Hudson, the
duplicate), Murmur (Arlette Truffaut), Radius (Jared Corbo), Flex (Adrian Corbo),
Bernie Lachenay (Manbot)
Villains:	AIM, Modok (George Tarleton), Weapon X (Garrison Kane)
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Erik Larsen, Eric Stephenson
	Pencils: Leinil Francis Yu
	Inks: Dexter Vines, Scott Koblish
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Glynis Oliver
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	*Wolverine and Alpha Flight attack AIM and its robot. Northstar and
Aurora use their old double-whammy starburst, Heather gets the robot's remote
control, and the robot takes care of AIM.
	The heroes infiltrate the base, trying to rescue Mac and Beta Flight. Modok,
the guinea pig cum mad scientist, observes.
	Heather explains how Dept. H ultimately demoted the second Alpha Flight (see
Alpha Flight II, recently cancelled) to Beta Flight, with duplicate Mac (Alpha
Flight I:129) as leader, while the original Alphas returned. Heather is estranged
from her erstwhile deceased husband, and her relationship with Puck didn't work
out, either.
	Panels drop; gas rises; all are taken captive, but *Wolverine is missing.
He's prowling the halls, suspicious that Dept. H could have overlooked such a
large facility. He uses the computers to locate the two Macs and breaks in, while
AIM guards pile on. He defeats them all, forcing the last one to seal the lab.
	Modok is irritated and sends the new Weapon X to stop *Wolverine.

Issue:	Wolverine 143
Date:	Oct-99
Story 1:	Rebirth (18 pages)
Feature Characters:	*Wolverine
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Alpha Flight: Guardian (James MacDonald Hudson, the original),
Vindicator (Heather McNeil Hudson), Sasquatch (Dr. Walter Langoski), Puck (Eugene
Milton Judd), Shaman (Dr. Michael Twoyoungmen), Northstar and Aurora (Jean-Paul
and Jeanne-Marie Beaubier); Beta Flight: Guardian (James MacDonald Hudson, the
duplicate, here called Vindicator), Murmur (Arlette Truffaut), Radius (Jared
Corbo), Flex (Adrian Corbo), Bernie Lachenay (Manbot); Snowbird (Narya)
Villains:	AIM, Modok (George Tarleton), Weapon X (Garrison Kane)
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Erik Larsen, Eric Stephenson
	Pencils: Leinil Francis Yu
	Inks: Dexter Vines
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/JL
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	*Wolverine gets the two Macs (now the same age) out of the lab and
into the next, where they find Snowbird in a tank (dead since Alpha Flight I:44,
though her body was taken over by Sasquatch in the next iss.). Kane arrives, and
the two Weapon X's fight. *Wolverine throws Kane and Mac Sr. against the tank,
and Mac Jr. electrocutes Kane.
	Heather, captive, wonders why AIM is suddenly interested in mutants and
magic; Modok says it's his doing. *Wolverine arrives and attacks the guards;
Sasquatch reverts to human form to free himself, then becomes Sasquatch again and
frees the rest. Modok and the latest AIM robot are damaged, and facility
explodes, with Mac Jr. inside. Only Mac Sr. seems to miss him.

Story 2:	Loose Ends (4 pages)
Feature Characters:	*Wolverine
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	James MacDonald Hudson, Sasquatch (Dr. Walter Langoski)
Villains:	
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Stephenson
	Pencils: Jensen
	Inks: Wiacek
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Going
	Editor: Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Harras
Synopsis:	In the aftermath, *Wolverine asks Mac out for drinks with the SHIELD
boys, but he's too busy taking care of Snowbird, still unconscious. He says Dept.
H isn't too concerned about losing the duplicate Mac, and they're not interested
in getting the original Alpha Flight back together. Sasquatch says Snowbird's
decomposing corpse recomposed itself, something like Logan's healing factor. Mac
realizes AIM was examining her to try to link science and the supernatural, and
they are now a technological cult.
	AIM transports two beings in tanks.

Issue:	Wolverine 144
Date:	Nov-99
Story:	First Cut! (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Logan as Weapon X, *Wolverine
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	James MacDonald Hudson, Heather Hudson; Dept. H including Chasen;
Hercules, Karkas, the Hulk, Dum Dum Dugan
Villains:	the Leader, the Wendigo
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Erik Larsen, Eric Stephenson
	Pencils: Mike Miller
	Inks: Vince Russell
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/ST
	Colors: Marie Javins, Joe Rosas
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Long ago, the Hudsons make Logan the first Dept. H superhero, with a
short-eared yellow and blue costume. Chasen (Alpha Flight I:92) sends him on his
first assignment, against a terrorist group in Ontario (cf. iss. 50, but Mac
already told Logan this is a fake mission: a dry run).
	Logan makes short work of the actors, but then just disappears. He wakes in
an underground base, a captive of the Leader (fresh from Marvel Feature 11),
along with Hercules and Karkas, a Deviant. The Leader wants them to defeat the
Hulk, and then he will nullify the gamma radiation and revert him to Banner
forever.
	Logan escapes his bonds and frees the others, and they battle "synthetic
humanoids." The Leader flees; Logan follows, slashing through the bases's
defenses and the Leader's hoverchair, which crashes into the gamma-nullifying
tank. A robot crashes into a wall and collapses the lab. The heroes go home.
Dept. H sends Logan to stop the Hulk, who is on Canadian soil (Hulk 180-181).
Logan was later recalled and became a secret agent, and then an X-Man.
	*Wolverine has been telling this to Dugan. SHIELD asked for his help against
the Hulk.
	Note: continued in Hulk 8.

Issue:	Wolverine 145
Date:	Dec-99
Story:	On the Edge of Darkness (37 pages)
Feature Characters:	Logan as Death, *Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Kitty Pryde
Guest Stars:	Prof. Charles Xavier, Storm (Ororo Munroe), Nightcrawler (Kurt
Wagner), Colossus (Piotr Rasputin), Gambit (Remy LeBeau), Cyclops (Scott
Summers), Phoenix (Jean Grey-Summers), Rogue, Marrow (Sarah); Heather Hudson,
James MacDonald Hudson, Northstar (Jean-Paul Beaubier); Hulk (Dr. Robert Bruce
Banner)
Villains:	Skrulls, Apocalypse (En Sabah Nur), Sabretooth (Victor Creed)
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Erik Larsen
	Pencils: Leinil Francis Yu
	Inks: Dexter Vines
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this is the 25th anniversary of Wolverine's 1st appearance.
	*Wolverine returned with the X-Men from the Skrull world (X-Men II:90) and
wanted to save Joseph, but Skrulls attacked, knocking them all unconscious. They
find their plant, who replaced Logan, and warn him the final transformation will
be permanent. He's ready.
	Over the months, he raised everyone's suspicions about Xavier, till he was
forced to disband the team (X-Men II:92). *Wolverine's cover was blown when the
real Logan showed up as Apocalypse's Horseman, Death, and killed him (The
Astonishing X-Men 3, X-Men II:95).
	While the X-Men try to figure out how to deal with all this, Apocalypse sends
Logan to kill Hulk, who refused to be War (Hulk 456).
	Flashback: Apocalypse captures Logan and sets him in an arena against Creed,
who wants to be a Horseman. Logan guts him to prevent that, and Apocalypse strips
Creed of his adamantium, returning it to Logan. It's quite painful, but Logan is
willing to make any sacrifice to stop Creed.
	Logan fights Hulk, who is fed up with him and finally smashes him with a tree
trunk. Logan comes up with claws and pierces Hulk's hand; he smashes him against
another tree, and his own strength pushes Logan's claw into his neck. Hulk feels
pain and panic, but suddenly Logan hesitates and says, "No." Hulk leaves him
unconscious, just wanting to be left alone.
	Apocalypse announces his Age.

Issue:	Wolverine 146
Date:	Jan-00
Story:	Through a Dark Tunnel (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Logan as Death; *Wolverine (in flashback)
Regular Characters:	Jubilee, Kitty Pryde
Guest Stars:	Psylocke (Betsy Braddock), Dr. Moira MacTaggert, Archangel
(Warren Worthington III), Nightcrawler (Kurt Wagner); Cable, Colossus, Gambit,
Rogue (all in flashback)
Villains:	Apocalypse, Sabretooth, Callisto and Morlocks including Caliban,
Reno, Molokai (all in flashback)
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Fabian Nicieza, Erik Larsen
	Pencils: Mike Miller
	Inks: Durruthy, Massengill, Christian
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft/WA
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this is part of the Apocalypse: The Twelve storyline.
	Psylocke risks releasing the Shadow King (X-Men II:78) by using Cerebro to
help the X-Men find Logan in the Morlock tunnels. She locks onto him and makes
him remember his transformation by Apocalypse. The pain stuns him, and the X-Men
gang up on him. Archangel throws him into the wall, but he stabs his wing with
his sword and runs. He vaguely remembers the Morlock Massacre (UXM 211-212).
	Kitty catches up to him and duels; her phasing power gives her an advantage,
but he eventually defeats her, and Archangel has to wing her to safety.
Archangel's fighting his own memories of this place (X-Factor 10) and nearly gets
impaled by Logan, but Jubilee throws a major plasma bomb and knocks him for a
loop. All Logan's friends encourage him to fight Apocalypse's influence, and
Psylocke's psi-form stabs his brain. It works, but then Archangel goes berserk.

Issue:	Wolverine 147
Date:	Feb-00
Story:	Into the Light (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Jubilee, Kitty Pryde
Guest Stars:	Psylocke (Betsy Braddock), Dr. Moira MacTaggert, Archangel
(Warren Worthington III), Nightcrawler (Kurt Wagner)
Villains:	Apocalypse, Pestilence, Famine, Ozymandias (all in flashback), War
(Abraham Kieros, originally called Abraham Lincoln), the Shadow King
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Fabian Nicieza, Erik Larsen
	Pencils: Roger Cruz
	Inks: Derek Fridolfs, Andy Owens
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Oscar, Wes
	Colors: Wilson Ramos
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this is part of the Apocalypse: The Twelve storyline.
	Archangel flies through Manhattan on wings of fire, till Logan jumps him. He
throws energy flechettes at him and flies away.
	In Westchester, Psylocke monitors, while Moira worries about the Shadow King.
	Archangel flies to a hospital. He's always wanted to help, and now he's no
longer blinded by the darkness. He remembers being Apocalypse's Death (X-Factor
19), and the restoration of his natural wings (UXM 338), and forces Psylocke out
of his mind, purging the pain with light. Glowing all over, he goes to a cancer
patient, who thinks he's an angel of God. He can't cure her, but he takes away
her pain and fear.
	Logan and Psylocke's psi-form follow him, not sure what he's doing. Psylocke
never realized his power or his great despair, and she merges his mind with
Logan's. Both had been made Death, and Logan realizes Archangel is looking for
Abraham, the original War, who is quadriplegic. At his bedside, Logan attacks
Archangel, who generates talons of energy. Shadow King tells Psylocke to release
him and he'll restore them both to their right minds; Archangel enters her mind,
telling her to trust him and push Shadow King back into his prison.
	Archangel and Logan stand off. Archangel says he represents hope, and Logan
must trust him to dispel the effects of Apocalypse. Logan retracts his claws and
Archangel his talons.
	Archangel asks Abraham if he would do it again: if, for the chance to walk
again, he would serve Apocalypse. Abraham answers silently; Archangel's light
flows into him, curing him. He thanks Archangel for giving him hope.
	Logan and Archangel look at the rising sun, realizing their redemption will
come one day at a time.

Issue:	Wolverine 148
Date:	Mar-00
Story:	Same As it Never Was (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	The Fantastic Four: Wolverine, Ghost Rider (Danny Ketch),
Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Hulk (Robert Bruce Banner)
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Mary Jane Parker, May Parker, Stacey Kramer (see Cable 64), a
Sentinel
Villains:	Blastaar, Annhilus, Harpy (Betty Banner), Doombots, X-Man (Nate
Summers, in flashback), Arnim Zola he Bio-Fanatic, Graydon Creed
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Erik Larsen
	Pencils: Roger Cruz
	Inks: Andy Owens, Scott Koblish
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Saida, Oscar
	Colors: Wilson Ramos
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Note: this occurs after X-Men II:97 and is part of the Ages of
Apocalypse.
	Blastaar and Annhilus break through from the Negative Zone and attack the
Fantastic Four. Hulk opened the portal to get rid of his wife, Harpy. Now, when
Blastaar attacks, he punches him back through, but he also shifts into his dumb
persona and turns against Logan. Spider-Man zaps him with a gun he designed
himself, reverting him to Banner's form, and then throws Harpy into Annhilus and
back through the portal. Banner and Spider-Man resume their search for a cure for
Harpy.
	These heroes became the Fantastic Four after the originals sacrificed
themselves to stop X-Man (who defeated and replaced Apocalypse), along with the
Avengers and X-Men. The world has collapsed in ruins.
	Ghost Rider is shot out of the sky. Logan has coffee with his girlfriend,
Stacey, but the Fantastiflare calls him back. Doom killed President Kelly,
although Doom's been dead for years. Doombots attack but are easily repelled.
	Spider-Man leaves his wife and daughter under protection of a Sentinel, while
the team goes to DC and gets shot out of the sky. They fight past Doombots and
into the White House. Ghost Rider is tied up and warns them there's a bomb, which
Hulk throws into orbit. Doom turns out to be an imposter, cloned by Zola. The
fake Doom is also wired with a bomb, so Logan blinds Zola and flees with the
team. Zola tries to defuse his own bomb but gets blown up. Graydon becomes
president.

Issue:	Wolverine 149
Date:	Apr-00
Story:	Resurrection (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	New Warriors Nova (Richard Rider), Speedball (Robert Baldwin),
Bolt, Namorita Prentiss, Turbo, Aegis
Villains:	the Reanimator, androids including a Sentinel
Other Characters:	Bernie
Credits:	Writer: Erik Larsen
	Pencils: Graham Nolan
	Inks: Jimmy Palmiotti
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Marie Javins
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	The High Evolutionary neutralized all mutant powers (UXM 379),
trying to force equality. So Logan goes for a cup of coffee at Marvel Burger,
where Nova, behind the counter, recognizes him. Before he can ask him what's up,
Logan leaves, back out into the rain. Without his healing factor, he's dying of
adamantium poisoning. He goes to the junkyard his Skrull replacement took
Nightcrawler to (iss. 140) and finds androids, some in the form of heroes,
restored by the Reanimator, who threatens to "use your intestines to string my
guitar." Logan asks why his friends were attacked, but Reanimator ain't talking
and sees Nova coming, so he sics his bots on Logan.
	Without a healing factor, Logan is unable to cut loose and is nearly
strangled. Finally, he has to pop claws and screams in pain. He sends Nova to get
the rest of the New Warriors. Logan, without enhanced senses, takes a beating,
but Nova returns and flies him away. The Reanimator has lost his mutant power to
fix or control the androids, and the New Warriors have to bash each one.
	Later, Logan catches up with Nova at the burger joint (with a patch over his
eye for real, this time). He thoroughly enjoyed himself.

Issue:	Wolverine 150
Date:	May-00
Story:	Blood Debt (30 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Mariko Yashida (in flashback), Yukio, Amiko
Guest Stars:	Silver Samurai (Kenuichio Harada)
Villains:	Yolyn (in flashback, see next iss.), Haan, Gom, and Kia Kaishek;
Otou
Other Characters:	Sukie
Credits:	Writer: Steve Scroce
	Pencils: Steve Scroce
	Inks: Lary Stucker
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Troy Peteri
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
	Special Thanks To: Larry Wachowski, Wendi Higenbottam
Synopsis:	Long ago, after much bloodshed, Yolyn's father gave him a sword and
the leadership of the clan, and died.
	Now, at dawn, Logan visits Mariko's grave (iss. 57), and the Silver Samurai
meets him there, half-drunk. He leads the clan now and has compromised with the
Yakuza. Logan shows no sympathy and goes to Yukio's new, luxurious apartment. She
takes him to meet Amiko on her way home from school and warns him she's
adolescent. They watch as she throws a boy through a plate glass window: he had
hit on her friend, and Yukio had taught her some moves. Amiko runs off; Logan
finds her and pulls the boy's gold teeth out of her knuckles. He apologizes for
his and Yukio's mistakes in parenting and gives her a gift that is too juvenile
for her.
	Yukio tries to bed Logan, but the Samurai breaks in and collapses, a sword in
his back. Yukio gives him first aid, and he says he let Haan expand his criminal
empire into Japan (from Mongolia, all Asia, and Europe). Haan turned against him
when he refused to kill a rival's child. Gunmen crash in. Yukio gets Amiko to
safety, while Logan and the Samurai push them all out the window.
	Haan attacks, shoots Logan out the window, and impales the Samurai. Logan
jumps back in and grabs the Samurai, and Haan's brother Gom gets them away in his
limo. He and their sister Kia want to overthrow Haan, and he has Yukio and Amiko
captive to force Logan's cooperation. Logan pops claws on Gom; Kia promises to
return the women if he kills Haan; Gom shoots Logan in the forehead to get his
attention, and his metal skull shows through.
	Note: 8 pages of sketches follow.

Issue:	Wolverine 151
Date:	Jun-00
Story:	Blood Debt: Part 2 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Yukio, Amiko
Guest Stars:	Silver Samurai (Kenuichio Harada)
Villains:	Yolyn (in flashback), Haan, Gom, and Kia Kaishek; Otou, Tupa
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Steve Scroce
	Pencils: Steve Scroce
	Inks: Lary Stucker
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Saida Temofonte
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
	Special Thanks To: Larry Wachowski, Wendi Higenbottam
Synopsis:	Long ago, Yolyn mercilessly executed his brother.
	Logan goes to Haan's penthouse and is greeted by an army. Many bullets; much
slashing. Berserk, Logan crashes out the window, taking many with him, and he's
the only one who gets up off the pavement. Haan has escaped, so Logan goes to
Gom's safe house. Haan trails him and attacks. He corners Gom and shoots him in
the head. Kia helps Yukio, Amiko, and the Samurai escape, but then gasses them
and orders them held for her. She finds Logan, who forces him to help her end her
family feud.

Issue:	Wolverine 152
Date:	Jul-00
Story:	Blood Debt: Part 3 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Yukio, Amiko
Guest Stars:	Silver Samurai (Kenuichio Harada)
Villains:	Yolyn (in flashback), Haan, Gom (in flashback), and Kia Kaishek;
Otou, Tupa
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Steve Scroce
	Pencils: Steve Scroce
	Inks: Lary Stucker
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Saida Temofonte
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
	Special Thanks To: Larry Wachowski, Wendi Higenbottam
Synopsis:	Long ago, Yolyn kills another brother.
	Now, Logan and Kia break into Haan's; Kia tells him she just wants peace.
Yukio and Amiko attack their captor, Tupa, while the Samurai shakes his head.
	Kia and Haan confer but are interrupted by a cell phone call: Yukio tells
Logan they're free, and he can attack. Kia pulls a gun and shoots her brother,
then tosses Logan the gun and tells the guards he's responsible. Logan beats them
off, and Haan with his dying breath tells him Kia set up both of them.
	Logan finds Amiko in their apartment; Yukio is chasing Kia back to Mongolia.
Logan agrees to take Amiko there, with the Samurai as babysitter.

Issue:	Wolverine 153
Date:	Aug-00
Story:	Blood Debt: Conclusion! (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Yukio, Amiko
Guest Stars:	Silver Samurai (Kenuichio Harada)
Villains:	Yolyn and Kia Kaishek
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Steve Scroce
	Pencils: Steve Scroce
	Inks: Lary Stucker
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Saida Temofonte
	Colors: Steve Buccellato
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
	Special Thanks To: Larry Wachowski, Wendi Higenbottam
Synopsis:	Long ago, Yolyn killed his father and took over the Kaishek clan.
	Now Kia returns to the family fortress in Mongolia and pulls a gun on Yolyn,
her father. Logan arrives and makes Amiko and the wounded Samurai look after each
other.
	Kia kills Yolyn; Yukio attacks her; Logan breaks in, with many guards trying
to tackle him. Yukio won't be dissuaded from killing Kia, but she corners her
first, disobedient Amiko intervenes and gets taken hostage. Logan follows through
a labyrinth of tunnels, breaking through a wall to find them. Logan's claws vs.
Kia's sword, and they both fall down a pit, which fills with flammable gas, which
explodes when claw and sword make sparks.
	The Samurai saves Yukio and Amiko from a gunman and gets them outside as the
fortress explodes. They pick up Logan's flaming body: he'll heal.

Issue:	Wolverine 154
Date:	Sep-00
Story:	All along the Watchtower (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Deadpool (Wade Wilson), Rebus, Siryn (Theresa Rourke); Geronimo
Crowe (see next iss.), Cargo, Hardwire
Villains:	The Scourge: Pigskin, Vance Rebus, Deadeye Dick, Mega Max, Reckless
Eric, Mini Max; Watchtower including the Administrator
Other Characters:	Leon/Levon, Janine
Credits:	Writer: Rob Liefeld, Eric Stephenson
	Pencils: Rob Liefeld
	Inks: Norm Rapmund
	Letters: Rick, Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Troy
	Colors: Digital Broome
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Deadpool brings a bunch of colleagues to kill Logan for money.
Deadpool tussles with Logan and then shoots him with massive amounts of
sedatives.
	Logan had been drinking in a dive, making friends with the bartender and the
waitress, while Deadpool monitored him. He realized it was a setup and attacked,
and the waitress pulled out machine guns. Deadpool and the Scourge then attacked,
blowing up the whole block.
	Logan wakes and easily defeats the Scourge; the Administrator is there and
takes him captive. Deadpool has done all this to heal Siryn (see X-Force 90);
she's in a tank, and the Watchtower wants to use Logan's healing factor. Crowe
watches from the shadows. Logan wakes, confused (like the reader!) due to
tranquilizers and loss of blood, and Crowe and his friends rescue him.

Issue:	Wolverine 155
Date:	Oct-00
Story:	All along the Watchtower Part 2 (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Deadpool (Wade Wilson), Siryn (Theresa Rourke); Geronimo Crowe,
Cargo, Hardwire, Shooter
Villains:	Watchtower including the Administrator
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Rob Liefeld, Eric Stephenson
	Pencils: Rob Liefeld
	Inks: Norm Rapmund
	Letters: Rick, Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Troy
	Colors: Digital Broome
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Bob Harras
Synopsis:	Logan isn't sure what's happening, but he helps Crowe rescue him. He
attacks the Administrator, who turns out to be a hard light projection. Crowe was
in SHIELD but now rescues mutants from the Watchtower. He, his friends, and Logan
find Siryn; Logan confronts Deadpool, who points out he almost never kills a
named person and says his attempt to kill him (last iss.) was nothing personal.
	Shooter tires of Deadpool's mouth and shoots him; he falls and knocks open
Siryn's tank. Her voice is healed, and she demands an explanation. Logan says the
Watchtower healed her, in exchange for Deadpool capturing Logan so they could
take his blood and duplicate its healing factor. She and Deadpool go home; Logan
is ready to help attack the Administrator, even though Crowe won't explain why he
calls him father, and in the end all they do is posture.

Issue:	Wolverine 2000
Date:	2000
Story:	Family (40 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	Beast (Dr. Henry McCoy)
Villains:	Apocalypse (in flashback), the Brood including Tyrus Krill, Ulara,
Zet, Jexia
Other Characters:	Greg, John
Credits:	Writer: Frank Tieri
	Pencils: Jorge Santamaria
	Inks: Nathan Massengill
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Saida!
	Colors: Hi-Fi Design
	Asst. Editor: Pete Franco
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Joe Quesada
Synopsis:	Logan goes to a hotel in New York and kills people in the lobby.
	Two days earlier, a spacecraft lands, right on top of a new car. The alien,
Krill, demands to know where Logan is.
	Logan has been attacking Apocalypse's safe houses, and he's having dreams of
himself on the rampage. While having a beer, Krill breaks in and asks for his
help against the Brood. He's a bounty hunter who says the Brood that killed his
family made it to earth during Maximum Security. That's why Logan went to the
hotel.
	Krill works his way through the hotel, killing Brood in human form. He had
answered a distress call from another spaceship and was implanted with the Brood,
but he used a hypospray to suppress it. He tried to revert the Brood to their
original forms the same way, but killed them instead. Then he realized his family
had become Brood.
	Logan climbs an elevator shaft and finds a nest of Brood. He is nearly
overwhelmed, but Krill arrives with M'Zara blood flies, which kill the Brood in
seconds. Then the Queen shows up with reinforcements, but Krill has a sonic
device that hurts them. The Queen breaks through, and says she thought Logan was
a tale to scare Brood children. She infects Logan, but his healing factor takes
care of that, like before (UXM 162-166). He kills the Queen, but then Krill
becomes Brood and attacks Logan, who is forced to kill him. Krill explains that
these Brood had been his family, and he wanted to die with them.
	Logan puts the bodies of Krill's family on their spacecraft, and Beast sets
the autopilot for their home planet.

Issue:	Wolverine 156
Date:	Nov-00
Story:	Going Underground (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	NYPD including Giordano, Lt. Tara Curson; Spider-Man (Peter
Parker)
Villains:	Mole Man and his minions
Other Characters:	Joanna Chen
Credits:	Writer: Rob Liefeld, Eric Stephenson
	Pencils: Ian Churchill
	Inks: Norm Rapmund
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Digital Broome
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Joe Quesada
Synopsis:	The TV reports a brutal serial killer in the Lower East Side, and
Logan conducts his own investigation in the subway tunnels. The NYPD confront him
but Lt. Curson recognizes him. Then large, dark creatures attack, killing all but
Logan and Curson. Logan comes across Spider-Man fighting one, too, and together
they kill it.
	The Mole Man appears: he's behind all this.

Issue:	Wolverine 157
Date:	Dec-00
Story:	Right Underneath It (23 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	
Guest Stars:	NYPD including Giordano, Lt. Tara Curson; Spider-Man (Peter
Parker)
Villains:	Mole Man and his minions; Carver, Fugue
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Rob Liefeld, Eric Stephenson
	Pencils: Ian Churchill
	Inks: Norm Rapmund
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft's Troy, Oscar
	Colors: Peter Pantazis
	Asst. Editor: Pete Franco
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Joe Quesada
Synopsis:	Mole Man gets the drop on Logan, while his little people mob
Spider-Man. When a big, black ugly gets Curson, Mole Man zaps it. He bred these
brutes to defend his kingdom against an invasion from the surface, but they're
hard to control. He takes Logan and Spider-Man to the intruders and then
disappears.
	Carver claims they're Morlocks, so Logan challenges him to a duel (cf. UXM
212). He has impenetrable skin and claws of his own, but Logan slashes his eye.
Fugue attacks; Logan tosses him down a chasm; Spider-Man webs a lifeline to the
monster; an earthquake topples Carver, who grabs the web; Logan grabs Carver, but
everything slips away, and the bad guys plummet.
	Mole Man appears and takes the heroes away, refusing to take credit for the
tremors.

Issue:	Wolverine 158
Date:	Jan-01
Story:	Manhunt (22 pages)
Feature Characters:	Wolverine
Regular Characters:	Amiko
Guest Stars:	
Villains:	Zaran and ninjas, Shinji Kizaki
Other Characters:	
Credits:	Writer: Joe Pruett
	Pencils: Sunny Lee
	Inks: Harry Candelario
	Letters: Richard Starkings & Comicraft
	Colors: Hi-Fi Design
	Asst. Editor: Pete Franco
	Editor: Mark Powers
	Editor-in-Chief: Joe Quesada
Synopsis:	Amiko has been kidnapped. Following instructions, Logan gets dropped
by helicopter to a private island in the South China Sea. He fights off a raptor
taken from the Savage Land and finds Amiko in one of a row of cells. But they
he's paralyzed by a dart full of Amazonian drugs.
	Zaran takes him captive but agrees to let Amiko if Logan gives him a good
hunt (he wants to regain his once formidable reputation and impress the crime
lord Kinzaki). Even poisoned, Logan makes short work of him. Kinzaki gives Logan
the antidote, but he doesn't need it, and frees Amiko.
	Kinzaki decides Logan is too great a threat and has his ninjas attack. Logan
defeats them all; Amiko convinces him not to kill Kizaki, since he's old; the
helicopter picks them up.


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