Wolverine’s Daughter Sends Him to Hell in Marvel Comics Presents #8 [Preview]

Marvel Comics Presents #8 is in stores next week from Marvel Comics, continuing the Wolverine story The Vigil in a chapter by Charles Soule and Dio Neves. The Vigil is most well-known for introducing Wolverine’s Daughter, Rien, but though it wasn’t advertised as such, the story also appears to be out of continuity.

Marvel Comics Presents #8 [Preview]

Get caught up with the recap.

Marvel Comics Presents #8 [Preview]

Wolverine has confronted his daughter, in this issue which breaks from the decades theme of previous chapters to pick up right where the last one left off.

Marvel Comics Presents #8 [Preview]

Wolverine wants his daughter to send him to hell so he can kill the demon Ron Killings, who has been returning every ten years in an attempt to end the world.

Marvel Comics Presents #8 [Preview]

But Wolverine’s daughter is as stubborn as she is. She knows that she was created for a purpose, with her mom seducing Wolverine to become pregnant with her, something Wolverine was all-too-willing to go along with, even though he first met her as a young child.

Marvel Comics Presents #8 [Preview]

But since Wolverine keeps pestering her, and because she’s already sick of his moralizing, Rien acquiesces.

Marvel Comics Presents #8 [Preview]

 

Oh, we’re sure he can get out of hell… with five or six mini-series.

Marvel Comics Presents #8 is in stores next Wednesday.

MARVEL COMICS PRESENTS #8
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(W) Charles Soule, Sacks, Ethan, Emily Lerner (A) Paulo Siqueira, More (CA) Arthur Adams
The journey through Marvel history reaches the current decade as Wolverine’s vigil takes a dark turn! Spider-Woman battles with disinformation on social media! And an all-new story featuring Korea’s own super hero, White Fox!
Rated T+
In Shops: Aug 21, 2019
SRP: $4.99

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