Wolverine’s Secret Hollywood Past Revealed in Wolverine Annual #1 [Preview]

It’s no longer Summer, but Marvel’s Summer annual event continues as Acts of Evil comes to Wolverine Annual #1 next week, by Jody Houser, Geraldo Borges, Marcio Menyz, Miroslav Mrva, and Cory Petit.We’ve got a preview below.

Wolverine Annual #1 [Preview]

This homage to Acts of Vengeance pits Wolverine against Morgan le Fay.

Wolverine Annual #1 [Preview]

But first, a team-up with Spiderman!

Wolverine Annual #1 [Preview]

Wolverine needs to wrap that up quickly though, because he plans to visit Celia Stroud, a golden age of Hollywood actress friend of Wolverine’s from back in the day.

Wolverine Annual #1 [Preview]

But the assisted living home where Celia is staying is apparently getting terrible Yelp reviews, as there Morgan le Fay is torturing the tenants.

Wolverine Annual #1 [Preview]

Will Wolverine be able to save his friend? And what past history does he have with le Fay?

Wolverine Annual #1 [Preview]

Find out when Wolverine Annual #1 hits stores on Wednesday.

WOLVERINE ANNUAL #1
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(W) Jody Houser (A) Geraldo Borges (CA) David Yardin
WOLVERINE BATTLES THE MAGIC, MYSTERY AND MAYHEM OF MORGAN LE FAY!
Wolverine’s lived many lives – X-Man, Avenger…movie star? Not exactly. But he’s followed an aspiring young actress to Los Angeles for a little sunshine and some semblance of a normal life. But behind the gilded golden façade of 1930s Hollywood lurks an unholy cult led by MORGAN LE FAY. Their prey…the young Hollywood hopefuls – including Logan’s lady! Will the mighty Logan’s claws crumble under the onslaught of the arcane sorceress’ magical powers? Find out this September!
Rated T
In Shops: Sep 25, 2019
SRP: $4.99

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