Real Name: Dog Logan (real first name unrevealed)
Identity/Class: Normal human (1800s to present)
Mercenary, physical education coach;
formerly hunter, thief
Affiliations: Cookie, Hellfire Academy guards, Hellfire Academy staff (Black Bishop (Max Frankenstein), Black King (Kade Kilgore), Husk (Paige Guthrie), Lord Deathstrike, Madame Mondo, Master Pandemonium (Martin Preston), Mystique, Philistine, Sabretooth (Victor Creed), Sauron (Karl Lykos), Silver Samurai, Dr. Xanto Starblood, Toad (Mortimer Toynbee), Wendigo, White King (Manuel Enduque), White Queen (Wilhelmina Kensington)), Hellfire Academy student body (Broo, Glob Herman (Robert Herman), Infestation, Kid Omega (Quentin Quire), Mudbug, Oya (Idie Okonkwo), Snot, Tin Man)
Enemies: Automated Human Resource droids of the 53rd century, Bamfs, John Howlett, Iron Mask and his gang, Jean Grey School student body (Eye-Boy (Trevor Hawkins), Genesis (Evan Sabah Nur), Shark-Girl (Iara dos Santos), Sprite (Jia Jing)), Dog Logan (of an alternate future), Rarrr and the Mud Eaters cavemen tribe, Rose, X-Men (Angel (Warren Worthington III), Beast (Hank McCoy), Doop, Krakoa, Rachel Grey, Iceman (Bobby Drake), Kitty Pryde, Storm (Ororo Munroe), Warbird, Wolverine (James Howlett))
Known Relatives: James Howlett (Wolverine, paternal half-brother), Thomas Logan (father, deceased), unidentified mother (presumably deceased), unidentified grandfather (surname Logan, deceased), unidentified grandmother (deceased), Daken (nephew), Erista (nephew), two unidentified uncles (both surname Logan, presumably deceased)
Base of Operations:
Mobile throughout the timestream;
formerly Alberta, Canada circa the late 1800s
Appearances: Wolverine: The Origin#1 (November, 2001)
Powers/Abilities: Dog was an experienced hunter, tracker and fighter, having tracked numerous animals in frontier Canada. After discovering the mine full of Time Diamonds, Dog had access to technology from all time periods by using the Time Diamonds to traverse the timestream and summon others from other time periods. Some of the futuristic weapons that he carried included a small energy blaster, a larger, double-barreled energy blaster, an adamantium mace-like weapon that could project energy with surgical accuracy, and an energy-charged whip.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#26 (fb)) - In the 1800s, almost immediately after the birth of the boy who would be named Dog, the child's mother deserted him, leaving Thomas Logan to take the boy in, allowing the boy to eat any food scraps that Thomas himself did not eat. Often leaving the boy behind wherever he went, Thomas eventually named the boy Dog after many nights of wondering where the “little mongrel” had been after being left behind by Thomas. After Dog had found his way back home following his being left behind again, Dog asked Thomas if there was any food. Angry that Dog always seemed to be wanting something, such as his own bed or the chance to go to school, Thomas accused Dog of thinking he was better than Thomas. Having seen that look in Thomas’ eyes before, Dog attempted to smooth things over by offering to retrieve another beer for Thomas, but the angry Thomas removed his belt and prepared to beat Dog.
(Wolverine: The Origin#1-3) - Dog's father, Thomas, was a gardener at the Howlett estate in Alberta, Canada in the late 1800s. His father drank a lot and beat him often. His father also told him never to mix with rich folk like the people he worked for, and beat him as punishment when he did mix with them.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#26 (fb)) - While Thomas worked for the Howletts, Dog would spend his days swimming in the river, looking for wolf tracks and eating wild crabapples. He also befriended the young Howlett boy, James. The two would often spend time together, with James asking Dog’s help in identifying wild birds the two would see. Their time together would sometimes be cut short by the Howletts’ servant Martha, who worried over the frail James. During one such instance in which James had spotted a bird he thought was an eagle, Martha ordered James back into the house for fear of him catching cold, then warned Dog to stick to his own kind. Despite James’ privileged lifestyle, Dog often felt sorry for James for being so frail and sickly, thinking that James was sure to live a short, sad life without adventure. After that incident, Dog snuck into James’ room and explained to James that the bird they had seen was a hawk.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#29 (fb)) - Dog and James continued to have fun together.
(Wolverine: The Origin#1-3) - He developed a small crush on Rose, who was the companion to James Howlett (a young boy who would grow up to be Wolverine). He, James, and Rose became best friends very quickly and had a lot of fun together. At one point, James fell into a river, and Dog rescued him. Upon learning that his boy was playing with James at all, Thomas beat up Dog, and then gave him some booze to drink. After that, Dog didn't play with Rose and James anymore, and came to resent them for being so rich while he was poor, just like his father taught him to. One Christmas however, Dog peeked through the window of the Howlett estate, and upon being seen, John Howlett gave him a toy train as a present. When Dog showed his father, his father beat him mercilessly.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#26 (fb)) – As the years passed, Dog continued to see less and less of Rose and James, often watching the Howlett home and thinking about how small it seemed compared the life Dog intended to live. Thinking about his future seemed to bring Dog happiness despite the continued beatings he suffered at the hands of his father Thomas.
(Wolverine: Origin#1-3) - A while later, as a teenager, Dog sexually assaulted Rose, and when James told his father of Dog's actions, Dog took vengeance upon James by killing his pet dog right in front of his eyes. At that, Dog's father was fired, and he decided to take money from the Howlett estate, as well as John Howlett's wife, and leave. Dog accompanied him and they went to the estate, but were found by John Howlett, whom Thomas then killed. James freaked out upon seeing his father killed, and manifested his powers for the first time, drawing his claws and killing Thomas, and slashing Dog across the face, leaving scars.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#26 (fb)) – At some point having learned that James was the product of a fling between his father Thomas and James’ mother Elizabeth and having just witnessed James’ murder of Thomas, the injured Dog realized that James was not nearly as frail and sickly as he had thought. Knowing that James was really a Logan, Dog became jealous that James had grown up pampered and soft unlike a true Logan like himself. Dog began to think that someday, he would have to teach James what being a Logan really meant.
(Wolverine: The Origin#3) - After James and Rose fled, Dog was captured and told the authorities that Rose had committed the murder.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#26 (fb)) – On his own following Thomas’ death at James’ hands, Dog took to thievery to eek out a living, biting people and stealing their wallets. Living in the Alberta forests with a pack of wolves, Dog used his stolen money to purchase food for himself and the wolves, only to find that the wolves would devour the food almost instantly, once more leaving nothing for Dog and making Dog realize that he didn’t fit in anywhere.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#28 (fb)) – Returning to the old Logan shack, Dog sat in a corner of the shack, weakly proclaiming to himself that he was the greatest Logan who had ever lived and that he was not a dog.
(Wolverine: The Origin#5-6) - Years later, as a young man, James' grandfather asked Dog to find James for him. Dog set out to find James, with the intention of killing him. He tracked James to a quarry in British Columbia, Canada. A man named Cookie was set to fight James, and Dog slipped Cookie some brass knuckles to use in his fight against him. Cookie was defeated anyway, and afterward, Dog himself confronted James. He started to beat up James, who was already tired from fighting Cookie, and other guys before him. Eventually, when Dog kept bringing up killing James' father, James went ape and knocked Dog unconscious. Before he could kill him however, Rose ran in James' way, and was accidentally impaled on his claws.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#26 (fb)) - As he continued to age, Dog took to hunting game to sell their pelts, using the money he earned mostly to numb himself with alcohol. One night, Dog overheard a man named Boon telling his friend Amus about a “wolfman” he had seen in the woods. Realizing that the men were referring to James Howlett, Dog threatened Boon into showing him where he had seen the “wolfman.” Fighting off Boon’s friends in the bar, Dog began tracking James all across Canada, even killing half of the wolfpack that James lived with at a quarry along the northern Canadian frontier.
(Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine#4/Wolverine & the X-Men I#26 (fb)) - Cornering James outside an abandoned mine along the Yukon River, Dog mistakenly thought James to be inside the mine, unaware he was being watched from afar by James himself. When James and Spider-Man went into the mine Dog lit up a stick of dynamite and tossed it after them.
(Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine#6/Wolverine & the X-Men I#26 (fb)) - Demanding that James show himself and feeling further and further from the life he had always envisioned for himself, Dog fell into the mine, soon learning the mine was filled with Time Diamonds, small minerals that could allow the user to travel through time. Upon touching one of the Time Diamonds, Dog found himself in a large modern day city.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#26 (fb)) - Soon learning that the Time Diamond seemed to have some sort of sentience, Dog learned that he could travel through time by thinking about certain things he wanted and allowing the Time Diamond to take him to it. Dog also learned that sometimes, the Time Diamond would take him to what he needed rather than wanted, such as when the Time Diamond sent him to an alien futuristic bar.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#26 (fb) - BTS) - Dog purchased an adamantium mace-like weapon from a purple-skinned alien in the future, paying extra to give the mace the power to project energy with surgical accuracy.
(Wolverine IV#304) - Dog killed a wolverine and ate it barbecued.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#25) - While eating barbecued wolverine in the Canadian Rockies, Dog was contacted by an alternate future counterpart of himself, who explained that Dog was about to stop being such a miserable failure and prove his worth. The future Dog then explained that his confrontation with James Howlett would soon occur in the Savage Land (where Wolverine/James Howlett was en route to), further revealing that while he could tell Dog how James would be defeated, Dog would not be much of a Logan if he didn’t earn his victory himself. Dog then asked his future self if he would ever make it back home, having already been to the future, but Dog turned only to find an empty room. As Dog continued eating, he mused to himself that the Savage Land did sound like the perfect place. Later, after Wolverine had brought several of his more troublesome Jean Grey School students to the Savage Land for a survival lesson, Dog attacked Wolverine using a futuristic gun, revealing to Wolverine that he was still alive.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#26) - Dog continued to attack Wolverine, who was shocked to see Dog alive after a hundred years. Knocking Wolverine to the ground, Dog revealed a Time Diamond around his neck and explained how he had wound up in the present day due to the Time Diamond’s powers. He then monologued about how the Logan boys had come a long way from the woods around the Howlett home, prompting Wolverine to renew the fight. As the fight progressed, Dog revealed that he had come through time to teach Wolverine a lesson, one that might save the kids of the Jean Grey School. Angry that Dog knew of the children and recognizing Dog’s veiled threat, Wolverine jumped on Dog, warning him to stay away from the children. Explaining that he had seen all sorts of different timelines in which the Jean Grey School fails to protect their students, Dog announced that he would teach Wolverine and the Jean Grey School students to survive: a lesson that he felt Wolverine had never learned from Thomas Logan. Dog then used his Time Diamond to summon allies from throughout time, including the Old West’s Iron Mask and his gang, automated Human Resource droids from the 53rd century, and the Mud Eaters cavemen tribe. Dog announced himself as a better man than Wolverine in every way and proclaimed himself the teacher that the Jean Grey School students needed.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#27) - Leaving Wolverine bound in an energy-charged whip, Dog Logan left to find the Jean Grey School students Wolverine had brought with him to the Savage Land. Recruiting several, Dog rescued Shark-Girl from the Iron Mask and his gang and revealed to her that their class was about to start. While Wolverine escaped his entrapment, Dog gave the Jean Grey School students futuristic guns and led them into battle against the time-displaced cavemen, Old West gang members and Human Resource droids. Attempting to train the students to survive against nearly overwhelming odds, Dog began thinking that he had finally proven himself better than his brother James until one of the Mud Eater cavemen knocked Dog out with a kick to the head. Regaining consciousness moments later, Dog was annoyingly questioned by Kid Omega about a way out of their captivity at the hands of Iron Mask and his group of time-displaced allies. Despite Dog’s orders to shut up, Kid Omega continued to question Dog’s plans and when Kid Omega began calling Dog sad for being jealous of Wolverine, Dog knocked Kid Omega out with a punch and announced that he would show everyone that he was not a worthless dog.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#28) - In a berserk rage, Dog Logan savagely fought back against the Iron Mask and his gang of time-displaced allies while the Jean Grey School students watched on. After taking down all of the time-displaced villains, Dog looked over the Jean Grey School students and determined they were all a bunch of spoiled brats. Announcing himself as the greatest Logan that would ever exist, Dog threatened the students but they all stood their ground except for Glob Herman, who ran off into the wilderness. Refusing to yield to Dog, the students faced Dog down until Oya and Wolverine emerged from the woods. Wolverine ordered Dog to step away from the students and when Dog attacked Wolverine, Wolverine refused to fight back, allowing Dog to violently vent his years of pent-up frustration physically. While Dog viciously beat Wolverine, the Iron Mask regained conciousness and fired a bullet at Dog. When Kid Omega saved Dog by telekinetically grabbing the bullet in mid-air, Dog realized he had made a mistake attacking children. Iron Mask quickly put a gun to Dog’s head, demanding to know what was going on and ordering Dog to start talking. Wolverine removed his mask, agreeing that maybe it was time that he and Dog talked some things out but Dog told Wolverine that their old man was right. Dog then used his Time Diamond to return all of the time-displaced villains to their proper time periods, disappearing into the timestream himself in the process. Returning to his shack in the Canadian Rockies, Dog was beaten by his own future counterpart, all the while repeating that he was the greatest Logan who had ever lived. As the beating continued, Dog’s future self ordered Dog to keep saying that until he really meant it.
(Age of Ultron#10) - Dog Logan's continued time traveling contributed to the overall breakdown of the timestream.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#29) - Days later, Dog disappeared into the timestream once more. Wolverine, Storm, Iceman and Beast later visited the shack, where Beast detected time distortion residue but no sign of anyone for miles. Beast explained to Wolverine that no one had been in the shack for days. Shortly thereafter, Kade Kilgore confronted Dog in the woods, where Dog was fiercely fighting against his future counterpart. Knocking his future self out, Dog demanded to know how Kade had found him and how Kade knew who Dog was. Kade proceeded to make Dog an offer. Dog declined, shooting his future counterpart dead, prompting Kade Kilgore to once again make the offer to Dog, asking Dog if he had ever considered a career in education. Agreeing to Kade’s offer, Dog was welcomed into Kade’s Hellfire Academy.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#31) – As part of the Hellfire Academy staff, Dog Logan became the Academy’s fourth period physical education coach, ordering the Hellfire Academy students across the island housing the Academy to Dog’s shack home to retrieve more whiskey. Announcing the dangers including a volcano maze, a forest of giant cactus fists, and slimy, boiling mud-spewing caves, Dog explained that whoever survived the trek across the island would receive a B grade. He then ordered one of the students to pull the student Snot out of a patch of quicksand. Dog Logan also took up teaching a class entitled “99 Reasons to Hate Wolverine.”
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#32) - Inside the teacher’s lounge of the Hellfire Academy, Dog began passing out drunk. Mystique ordered someone to wake him up as the faculty discussed Phase Two of Kade Kilgore’s plan. Waking up, Dog mentioned that Oya was hiding something and warned that no one should trust her, explaining that he did not care what happened to the other faculty staff. When Toad commented that perhaps some of the students did not want to be bad guys, Dog asked who Toad was.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#33) - When Kid Omega and Toad began to rebel against the Hellfire Academy and were attacked by Hellfire Club guards, Dog knocked one of the guards out by smashing a whiskey bottle across the guard’s head then stabbed the other guard with the broken whiskey bottle. As Kid Omega stood shocked that Dog had helped him, Dog nodded his head and replied that he and Kid Omega were now even for Kid Omega’s earlier saving of Dog’s life. Dog then walked away. As he did so, Sabretooth commented to Dog that he must be Wolverine’s big brother that no one ever heard or cared about. Dog simply replied that Sabretooth must be the guy who always wished he was Wolverine’s brother.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#34) - Dog Logan and the Philistine brought Kade Kilgore the Siege Perilous, reminding Kade that the X-Men were outside kicking everyone’s butts.
(Wolverine & the X-Men I#35) - As a fierce battle took place within the Hellfire Academy between the X-Men and the Hellfire Academy staff, Dog watched with Husk as Kade Kilgore prepared to hurl Toad, Kid Omega and Oya into the Siege Perilous. When Wolverine and the other X-Men arrived and freed their allies, Wolverine saw Dog and asked him to come along with the X-Men. Dog declined, grabbed Kade Kilgore, and jumped into the Siege Perilous as the Hellfire Academy exploded. During the succeeding explosions, the Siege Perilous plummeted into the ocean waters.
Comments: Created by Paul Jenkins and Andy Kubert.
Dog was created by Jenkins to fill
role in Wolverine's childhood, and I cannot imagine him filling
that role any better.
Origin was masterfully told. I was certainly fooled into thinking that Dog was actually the young Wolverine in the first and second issue, right until James popped his claws. There is some speculation that Dog is actually Sabretooth, but this remains unconfirmed.
It seems to me like something was
between Elizabeth Howlett and Thomas Logan, possibly an affair,
because when both Thomas and John lay dead, she grieved that
Thomas had died, while not even acknowledging her dead husband.
That seems unlikely because she was a high-class woman and he was
a drunk, but it's the only explanation I can think of.
Let me clear that up. They were definitely having an affair. She likely saw a raw passion or something in Thomas Logan that her reserved and proper husband could not give her.
When I read ORIGIN, I had assumed that, not only were the writers implying that Thomas Logan and Elizabeth Howlett had an affair, but also that James Howlett was the result of that affair. C'mon, look at that picture of Thomas Logan -- quite a striking family resemblance, no? And that would make Wolverine and Sabretooth half-brothers (if Dog does actually turn out to be Victor Creed, that is). Sabretooth was originally created to be Wolverine's father after all, wasn't he?And that would also mean that "Logan" is Wolverine's proper name (even though he might not be aware of it) rather than just an alias he adopted to escape detection--Skullogeist.
I'd buy all of that, except for one peripheral comment. Sabretooth didn't initially have anything to do with Wolverine. He started out as an Iron Fist foe. It wasn't until the "Mutant Massacre" that he got invovled with the X-Men and Wolvie in particular, and then the rest of their shared history was all ret-conned in--Snood.
After fleeing from the
slaughter in issue#3,
James changed his name in order to better hide. That's when he
first took his new name: Logan.
Profile by Stunner. Updated by Proto-Man (X-Men issues) & Markus Raymond (Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine).
Dog Logan should not be confused with:
or any of the other "Dog" or "Logan" characters
Thomas Logan was the father of Dog. He worked as help at the Howlett estate, and held a deep resentment of the Howletts for being so rich while he was so poor. He was also a heavy drinker and beat his son often, especially after learning that his son was mixing with rich folk, thus leading to his son sharing his resentment of rich people. Eventually, after being fired from the estate due to his son's violent actions, he decided to take John Howlett's wife, whom he had apparently been having an affair with, as well as money from him, and leave the village. John discovered him in the middle of the act, and Thomas shot John dead. James freaked at seeing his father killed and manifested his powers for the first time, and used his claws to kill Thomas Logan.
(Wolverine IV#2 (fb) - BTS) - Thomas Logan went to Hell after his death.
(Wolverine IV#2) - In Hell Thomas Logan and Puck watched Wolverine getting tortured by Mariko Yashida, who was forced to whip Wolverine, by the Devil. They both hoped Wolverine wouldn't break.
(Wolverine IV#4) - Puck and Thomas Logan watched Wolverine fight the Devil. They knew that the Devil would soon lose control over Hell and they split up to each do their part of the plan. Puck wanted to leave Hell, but Thomas had no intention to leave. Wolverine defeated the Devil and the other demons and Sabretooth turned on the Devil. While Puck led an army of killers against the demons, Thomas Logan approached Wolverine to talk to his son.
(Wolverine IV#5) - Thomas told his son that he was proud of him because Wolverine had made the Logan name a name to be feared in Hell. When Wolverine took the Devil's Soulcutter sword from Sabretooth Thomas Logan already celebrated his family's rule of Hell, but Wolverine tossed the sword into a crowd of demons, then cut his father's face, blinding him. Thomas Logan cussed at his son and told him he would be waiting for Wolverine's return to Hell. While Wolverine joined Puck in escaping Hell, Thomas Logan stumbled around blinded.
(Wolverine IV#304) - Thomas welcomed Wolverine's children in Hell and told them how proud he was that Wolverine was at least carrying on the family name.
--Wolverine: The Origin#1, Wolverine & the X-Men I#26-27 (fb), Wolverine: The Origin 1-3, Wolverine IV#2 (fb) - BTS, 2, 4-5, 304
Wolverine & the X-Men I#31, p8, pan2 (main image)
Wolverine: The Origin#2, p6, pan2 (head shot as a child)
Wolverine: The Origin#6, p16, pan5 (as a young man)
Wolverine & the X-Men I#25, p1-2, pan9 (headshot as older man)
Wolverine: The Origin#1, p22, pan2 (Thomas Logan)
Wolverine: The Origin#1 (November, 2001) - Paul Jenkins (plot, script), Bill Jemas (plot), Joe Quesada (plot), Andy Kubert (pencils), Richard Isanove (digital painting), Mike Marts (editor)
Wolverine: The Origin#2 (December, 2001) - Paul Jenkins (plot, script), Bill Jemas (plot), Joe Quesada (plot), Andy Kubert (pencils), Richard Isanove (digital painting), Mike Marts (editor)
Wolverine: The Origin#3 (January, 2002) - Paul Jenkins (plot, script), Bill Jemas (plot), Joe Quesada (plot), Andy Kubert (pencils), Richard Isanove (digital painting), Mike Marts (editor)
Wolverine: The Origin#5 (May, 2002) - Paul Jenkins (plot, script), Bill Jemas (plot), Joe Quesada (plot), Andy Kubert (pencils), Richard Isanove (digital painting), Mike Marts (editor)
Wolverine: The Origin#6 (July, 2002) - Paul Jenkins (plot, script), Bill Jemas (plot), Joe Quesada (plot), Andy Kubert (pencils), Richard Isanove (digital painting), Mike Marts (editor)
Wolverine IV#2 (December, 2010) - Jason Aaron (writer), Renato Guedes (pencils), Jose Wilson Magalhaes (inks), Jeanine Schaefer (editor)
Wolverine IV#4 (February, 2011) - Jason Aaron (writer), Renato Guedes (pencils), Jose Wilson Magalhaes & Oclair Albert (inks), Jeanine Schaefer (editor)
Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine#4 (February, 2011) - Jason Aaron (writer), Adam Kubert (pencils), Mark Roslan (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine IV#5 (March, 2011) - Jason Aaron (writer), Renato Guedes (pencils), Jose Wilson Magalhaes (inks), Jeanine Schaefer (editor)
Astonishing Spider-Man & Wolverine#6 (July, 2011) - Jason Aaron (writer), Adam Kubert (pencils), Mark Roslan (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine IV#304 (June, 2012) - Jason Aaron (writer), Steve Dillon, Ron Garney, Paul Pelletier (pencils), Dave Meikis, Mike Perkins, Jefte Palo, Daniel Acuna, Steven Sanders & Renato Guedes (inks), Jeanine Schaefer (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men I#25 (April, 2013) - Jason Aaron (writer), Ramon Perez (art), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men I#26 (May, 2013) - Jason Aaron (writer), Ramon Perez (art), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men I#27 (May, 2013) - Jason Aaron (writer), Ramon Perez (art), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men I#28 (June, 2013) - Jason Aaron (writer), Ramon Perez (art), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men I#29 (July, 2013) - Jason Aaron (writer), Ramon Perez (art), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men I#31 (August, 2013) - Jason Aaron (writer), Nick Bradshaw (pencils), Walden Wong (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men I#32 (August, 2013) - Jason Aaron (writer), Nick Bradshaw (pencils), Walden Wong (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Age of Ultron#10 (August, 2013) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Alex Maleev, Bryan Hitch, Paul Neary, Butch Guice, Brandon Peterson, Carlos Pacheco, Roger Bonet, Tom Palmer, David Marquez, Joe Quesada (art), Tom Brevoort, Lauren Sankovitch (editors)
Wolverine & the X-Men I#33 (September, 2013) - Jason Aaron (writer), Nick Bradshaw (pencils), Walden Wong (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men I#34 (October, 2013) - Jason Aaron (writer), Nick Bradshaw (pencils), Walden Wong (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine & the X-Men I#35 (October, 2013) - Jason Aaron (writer), Nick Bradshaw (pencils), Walden Wong (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
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