“Return of the Native, Part 7, Last Rites”, cover and art by Darick Robertson.
“Return of the Native, Part 6″, cover and art by Darick Robertson.
“Return of the Native, Part 5″, cover and art by Darick Robertson.
“Return of the Native, Part 4″, cover and art by Darick Robertson.
“Return of the Native, Part 3″, cover and art by Darick Robertson.
“Return of the Native, Part 2″, cover and art by Darick Robertson.
“Return of the Native, Part 1″, cover and art by Darick Robertson.
“Dreams”, cover and art by Darick Robertson.
Wolvie has a dream.
“Coyote Crossing, Part 5″, cover and art by Leandro Fernandez.
Wolvie returns to Mexico to settle his score with Rojas, only to find when he arrives at the compound that she has been in labor for hours with no one around to assist as Logan had either killed or driven them all off the first time he was there. The baby is delivered with Wolvie’s help, but the mother doesn’t make it. Wolvie and his Texas crew try to figure out to do with Rojas’ brand new little girl.
“Coyote Crossing, Part 4″ cover and art by Leandro Fernandez.
Wolvie refuses to kill Rojas because it turns out the leader of the coyotes is not only a woman but also pregnant. Wolvie returns to the U.S. and Nestor’s bar but changes his mind and decides to return to Mexico and finish his business with Rojas, pregnant or not.
“Coyote Crossing, Part 3″, cover and art by Leandro Fernandez.
Cassie makes it to Nestor’s bar and stays to wait for Wolverine to return from Mexico; Wolvie invades Rojas’ compound and finds that the coyote is not what he expects.
“Coyote Crossing, Part 2″, cover and art by Leandro Fernandez. Wolvie tracks down Ritter and finds out that a Mexican named Rojas is behind the deadly coyote operation. Cassie finally catches up to Logan just as Ritter’s place is burning down around him. Wolvie crosses the border into Mexico to look for Rojas.
“Coyote Crossing, Part 1″, cover and art by Leandro Fernandez. Cassie tries to wrangle info about Logan from Blaine. Traveling through Texas, Wolvie runs across a pair of coyotes who have let the immigrants they were transporting die in the back of the truck. Logan heads for a bar in El Paso where he can get info from a friend about who was ultimately responsible for the deaths.
“So. This Priest Walks Into a Bar” pencilled by Darick Robertson, inked by Tom Palmer.
Cover by Esad Ribic. Wolvie and Nightcrawler meet in a mutant bar for a heart to heart; Cassie can’t get Wolverine out of her head.
“Brotherhood, Part V” pencilled by Darick Robertson, inked by Tom Palmer. Cover by Esad Ribic.
Cassie implements her plan of escape from Cry’s compound, but she is too late to stop Wolverine from carving up Cry and many of his men for kidnapping and later killing Lucy Braddock.
“Brotherhood, Part IV” pencilled by Darick Robertson, inked by Tom Palmer.
Cassie, trying to track down Wolverine, runs up against Cry who takes her down and imprisons her on the Brother’s compound with a number of other young women; Wolvie and Joe escape from Sheriff Dennis’ death trap, and Wolvie forcefully persuades him to give up the location of Cry’s base of operations.
“Brotherhood, Part III” pencilled by Darick Robertson, inked by Tom Palmer.
Cassie, an undercover ATF agent, takes out Leeds and gets all of the info she needs to start tracking down a short, hairy gun buyer. Wolvie makes it to Westfall looking for Lucy’s killers and runs into her father instead. Joe Braddock fills Logan in on the militia group that made off with his daughter.
“The Brotherhood, Part II” pencilled by Darick Robertson, inked by Tom Palmer.
Wolvie’s investigation of a murdered waitress puts him on the trail of an unscrupulous gun dealer and his pretty partner.
“The Brotherhood, Part I” pencilled by Darick Robertson, inked by Tom Palmer.
Wolverine befriends a down and out waitress who ends up being brutally gunned down.
Wolverine Vol. 2: Coyote Crossing
Art by Leandro Fernandez. This book collects Wolverine #7-11.
Logan is a hunter; he pursues a very specific prey. He is not interested in law or procedure or process. He is a mutant, feared and hated for his abilities, from his preternatural sense of smell to his near-miraculous powers of regeneration. He is a weapon, a proficient and nearly unstoppable killer, with unbreakable bones and six razor-sharp claws that can slice titanium like butter. And he cherishes life, the way only a warrior can. He knows its flaws and its trials, and he cherishes it still.
South of El Paso, across the border, a drug lord named Rojas hired nineteen men, women and children to mule heroin into the United States. All nineteen died in the back of one of Rojas’ trucks, meant to take the illegal immigrants to a better life. It’s Logan who discovered the crime. It’s Logan who found the bodies. It’s Logan who will seek justice.
Wolverine Vol. 1: The Brotherhood
Pencilled by Darick Robertson, inked by Tom Palmer. Collecting Wolverine #1-6.
His name is Logan, and there is a rage in him. It is wild, and savage, and fed by blood, and so unpredictable that even he does not know when it will fall upon him. And when that rage is past, there is blood on the ground. Some call him mutant or animal or X-Man. His neighbor, 17-year-old Lucy Braddock called him Mean Man. Then two men put 27 bullets in her body. She called them The Brothers. While the brothers were at it, they put another 14 bullets through Logan. By the time he had recovered, they were gone. But Lucy Braddock’s journal remained and in it, a plea to the Mean Man: Don’t forget me. Now Logan is on the hunt and God help anyone gets in his way.
Elektra / Wolverine: Redeemer
This is a novella with selected illustrations by the great Japanese designer and artist Yoshitaka Amano. Tells the story of an assassin named Elektra Natchios, a bodyguard named Logan, and a girl named Avery.
Marvel hardcover May 2002 ISBN 0785109110
Titan (UK) hardcover July 2002 ISBN 1840235365