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    Wolverine #1

    Wolverine » Wolverine #1 - I'm Wolverine released by Marvel on September 1982.

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    I'm Wolverine last edited by sergiovse on 04/30/21 10:30PM View full history

    Wolverine is in Canada to kill a feral bear, but after the deed is done, Wolverinelearns the bear was shot with a poisoned arrow.

    Wolverine goes to Japan to see the love of his life, Mariko Yashida. Turns out that Mariko was forced to marry another man. So, to prove his love for Mariko, Wolverine battles Lord Shingen but is badly beaten. Wolverine is then thrown out on the streets. He awakes due to thieves but is saved by Yukio.

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    Wolverine in Japan! 0

    KILL BILL! Or at least that is what I think of when I read this story since both main characters (Wolverine and the Bride) had to go to Japan to fight off their rivals. Brief Introduction: When I was looking through the comic book boards and I wanted to know what the best “Wolverine” story was, many fans declared that “Wolverine” which was written by Chris Claremont along with artwork by Frank Miller was considered the best “Wolverine” story out there.   So, I went out and got this gra...

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