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    X-Men #133 and #140.
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    Archie Goodwin did a run on Wolverine 17-23 that was pretty great.
    Starts off street level in Madripoor and ends up w. a Celestial level threat several countries away. Introduced La Bandera.

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    Barry Windsor Smith's WEAPON X
    Chris Claremont and Frank Miller's "Wolverine"
    Paul Jenkins' "Origin"
    Uncanny X-Men #133 -- aka Wolverine versus the Hellfire Club, aka Wolverine becomes a BAMF, aka "Now, it's my turn!"

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    last and best of all,

    LOGAN (screenplay by Scott Frank, James Mangold, Michael Green), directed by James Mangold, starring Hugh Jackman. The definitive Wolverine story.

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    Not only my favorite Wolverine story but one of my favorite Marvel stories of all time is Wolverine #102 from June 1996. It is without a doubt the best story that Larry Hama has ever done.
    Favorite teams. Alpha Flight, Avengers, Fantastic Four, West Coast Avengers, Justice Society of America, Legion of Superheroes.

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    I really enjoyed

    Public Enemy by Millar it's pure balls to the walls Wolvie vs Gorgon

    But if you want a more humorous and caring side I love Wolverine and The X-Men

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    Uncanny X-Men #205

    Uncanny X-Men #256-258

    Uncanny X-Men #268

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    Keep Your Society. Take It With You To The Grave.

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    So I just read Enemy of The State again for the first time since it probably came out. Still great stuff and such a solid story. The final showdown with Gorgon is superb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by your_name_here View Post
    So I just read Enemy of The State again for the first time since it probably came out. Still great stuff and such a solid story. The final showdown with Gorgon is superb.
    It's kinda crazy how dope he is now during Dawn of X.

    For me I will always picture him in his suit exiting the X-copter during the Davos dinner - so epic

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyblob View Post
    Not only my favorite Wolverine story but one of my favorite Marvel stories of all time is Wolverine #102 from June 1996. It is without a doubt the best story that Larry Hama has ever done.
    Can I get a not too spoilery synopsis?
    You brought back Wolverine

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    Uncanny 205 is one of my favourite X-Men issues period...my other favourite Wolvie stories are that annual where they fought Horde (I wanna say Uncanny #11?), the first Genosha story where he and Rogue were powerless, and the stuff with Jubilee after the Reavers crucified him.

    The first Weapon X story in MCP is rightly a classic too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolverine12 View Post
    Can I get a not too spoilery synopsis?
    It involves noseless Wolverine, two issues after the failed attempt by Genesis to re-bond adamantium to his skeleton (in Wolverine #100); and also Elektra, a drug dealer and the drug dealer’s mother.

    I don’t remember it as anything groundbreaking or amazing personally. But perhaps that’s because I couldn’t get beyond how awful noseless Wolverine was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ambaryerno View Post
    Well, since you didn't specify WHICH Wolverine:

    Two of mine are Orphans of X and Old Woman Laura from All-New. The latter as much it's one of the only GOOD futures Marvel has ever given us. You literally can't throw a rock in the Marvel Universe without starting a dystopian future where everyone lives in existential dread and the heroes had failed to make any sort of meaningful difference in the end, so it was incredibly refreshing to see a world where good people actually accomplished something for a change.
    You can say that again.

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    Gonna repeat this:
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    I just read BWS's Weapon X in it's entirety. Wow! TAS did a fair rendition for a kid's cartoon, but this original was amazing in its visceral violence and visual storytelling. I think only a writer-artist like BWS could achieve this feat. How dare Fox center their entire X-Men franchise around Wolverine and yet so utterly fail in translating this to screen?
    Let the flames destroy all but that which is pure and true!

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