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STORY BY Jason Aaron
ART BY Renato Guedes, Jose Wilson Magahales
COLORS BY Matthew Wilson
LETTERS BY VC – Cory Petit
COVER BY Renato Guedes
PUBLISHER Marvel Comics
COVER PRICE: $3.99
RELEASE DATE Wed, December 21st, 2011
DON’T MISS THIS! It’s a prelude to the biggest Wolverine arc in years. War is brewing between the ninja assassins of the Hand and the gun-toting gangsters of the Yakuza, and it leads Wolverine to come face to face with Wilson Fisk, the infamous Kingpin of crime. What mysterious former love interests have come along for the ride? And just who is behind this war anyway? Do you like surprises? If so, then don’t miss this issue’s last page, as it offers up a doozy.
Something has gone terribly wrong when Quentin Quire is the X-Men’s only hope of survival! The acclaimed team of Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo close out their explosive first arc in Wolverine & The X-Men #3 as the team desperately fights through everything the new Hellfire Club throws their way. Will Quire and Wolverine see eye to eye and save the new Jean Grey School for Higher Learning? Find out in Wolverine & The X-Men #3!
Today’s artist spotlight is on Dave Wilkins Art Ninja. His first encounter with fantasy art was Frazetta’s Death Dealer, that was the first spark. A steady diet of Marvel Comics, Godzilla movies, and inspiration from iconic artists like Simon Bisley, Frank Miller, the path was set, although not immediate.Working odd jobs over the years, and drawing in his spare time; Dave’s first professional work didn’t come until his late 20’s. Working as a bouncer in Southern California, Dave took a second job at Kinko’s to have access to a computer; at the time he didn’t own one. Teaching himself Photoshop after hours and during lunch breaks, scanning in his drawings and learning to color and render.