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Wolverine (1988) - #114
"For the Snark Was a Boojum, You See!"

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Larry Hama

Leinil Francis Yu

Edgar E. 'Ed' Tadeo

Joe Rosas

Emerson Miranda - 'Comicraft/EM'
Richard Alan Starkings - 'RS'

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Cover Date: June 1997
Cover Price: US $ 1.99

Issue Tagline: Enter: Deathstrike!

Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue

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Wolverine (1988) #114 Variant Cover Edition

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In the East Village of Manhattan, Logan is trailing the unknown entity when he meets up with Daimon Hellstorm. After a brief conversation, Logan is attacked by Lady Deathstrike. As they face off, Storm and Jean are attacked in Logan’s apartment by a possessed Helen Bach, toting a machine gun and wearing a military uniform. Jean is able to enter her mind where she faces off against a demonic being. Using her abilities, she is able to defeat him and free Helen from their control. When she does, Logan and Deathstrike, arrive after calling a truce over possession of the mysterious box Logan looks after. Eventually, the entity that possessed Helen finds itself a new host – Lady Deathstrike. Before she leaps out the window, the entity tells Logan to look at their face. When he does, he recognizes it as belonging to his former teacher – Ogun. Unfortunately, he is unable to give chase as Deathstrike is gone… for now.

Reprinted/Collected in:
Essential Wolverine (1997) TPB vol. 06
Wolverine [GER] (1997) #25

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