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Unlimited Highlights: Wolverine Team-Ups

This week, behold five of Logan’s greatest alliances

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The man named Logan has lived a long, painful life but along the way he's forged relationships that have aided him in his business of slice first, ask questions later. As Wolverine Month comes to it's final days, the release of X-Men Origins: Wolverine is just around the corner and this week's Unlimited Highlights will get your head in gear for the exploits of the world's finest Canadian super hero. So sharpen your claws and dig in, True Believers—we're under two weeks away from Wolvie's big screen return and Marvel.com's the place to be!
Every week we'll pick a handful of awesome comics from the thousands available through Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited. From creator spotlights to editor's picks and more, this'll be your spot to find something new and cool. Coupled with the revelry and excitement for the upcoming release of "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," this week's Unlimited Highlights focuses on some of the greatest alliances of Xavier's living weapon!
by Chris Bramante

WOLVERINE
#7 (1988)

WOLVERINE #7 (1988) Wolverine and Hulk may have spent the majority of their history trying to execute each other, yet WOVLERINE #7 began an unlikely alliance forged in the rising crime wars of Madripoor. Hulk, under the guise of hitman Mr. Fixit, runs afoul of Wolverine, who's roaming the slums of Madripoor as Patch. Marvel masters Chris Claremont and John Buscema find that in alternate identities these adversaries can do some serious collaborative damage.

UNCANNY
X-MEN #268

UNCANNY X-MEN #268 Flashback to Madripoor, 1941, and witness the momentous first meeting of Wolverine and Captain America as they team up to battle the menacing alliance of the Hand and the Nazis who have kidnapped a young Natasha Romanov, the future Black Widow, with plans of training her to become the Hand's deadliest assassin. UNCANNY X-MEN #268 teams legendary artist Jim Lee with X-Pert Chris Claremont to bring us an aggressive tale that spans from World War II to modern day.

BLACK
PANTHER
#41 (1998)

BLACK PANTHER #41 (1998) With the death of MGM Grand, a rap superstar with influence greater than New York City's mayor, the Avengers investigate, but due to a baffling imposter claiming to be T'Challa, Earth's Mighiest Heroes get distracted, leaving the mission in the hands of Wolverine. Senator Rakim believes that MGM's death is connected to a growing black ops division that threatens to swallow human society from the top down...but not before they choke on Logan's claws.

CLAWS #1

CLAWS #1 The claws come out when Wolverine and Black Cat get transported to a remote island by a mysterious foe claiming to be the resurrected Kraven. This fiend has brought the heroes to the island for a pack of wealthy competitors to engage in the most dangerous game of all: hunting humans. Unfortunately for the hunters, Wolverine's the best at what he does, and what he does ain't pretty. Check out the beginning to an epic arc that will keep you tense and cravin' more!

WOLVERINE:
FIRST CLASS
#1

WOLVERINE: FIRST CLASS #1 Return to the beginning of Kitty Pryde's first mission for the X-Men. To test Kitty's prowess, Xavier sends this untested recruit out to investigate a powerful mutant in a desolate West Virginia town where the citizens have gone ragefully insane. Under the tutelage of Wolverine, the X-Men's roughest warrior, Kitty comes to learn how skewed Xavier's skewed definition of "internship" really is. Not a subscriber to Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited yet? Join now! For more Wolverine, check out Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited. Like gaming? Play "Wolverine: M.R.D. Escape" right now! And remember to check out: "Wolverine and the X-Men" on Marvel.com and tune in for new episodes only on NickToons!! Plus, check out the official Marvel Shop for everything Wolverine! Download episodes of X-Men: Evolutionicon now on iTunes! Check out the official Marvel Shop for everything Wolverine!

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