Wolverine (1988) - #160
"The Best There Is, Part Two of Three"
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Richard Alan Starkings - 'RS'
Saida Temofonte - 'Comicraft/ST'
Michael 'Mike' Marts
José Villarrubia - 'José Antonio Villarrubia Jimenez-Momediano'
James H. Williams III - 'J.H. Williams III / Jim'
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Cover Date: March 2001
Cover Price: US $ 2.25
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Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue; 32 pages
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The Best There Is
Weapon X: The Return
Letters Column: Cutting Edge
Wolverine fights T&A and Blok; three of Mr. X’s assassins. They are real tough, but Wolverine’s healing factor allows him to recover from all they’re dishing out fairly quickly. The major recovers enough to grab his pistols, but Wolverine slashes them and puts him down for the count once again. The three assassins use Wolverine as a pinball, but he uses his experience to have Blok knock out A for him. Mr. X calls the major, who wakes long enough to inform him that Wolverine appears to be gaining the upper hand. Mr. X is pleased. Wolverine takes out T before crashing through a skylight with Blok. He then tries to get information out of the big guy before the major appears again to deliver a message. Mr. X wants to meet him that evening at nine o’clock. That night, Wolverine arrives at a warehouse, where Mr. X is waiting for him. They begin to fight but, strangely, Wolverine can’t lay a finger on him. Mr. X strikes with skill and ferocity, leaving Wolverine struggling in a pool of blood, almost unconscious. Meanwhile, Sabretooth makes his way to a potential employer’s house, where he is told he will be working exclusively for him. Creed complains but is soon made unconscious by knockout gas. Elsewhere, two of John’s former colleagues are murdered in a drive-by shooting.
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