2 edition of Stan Lee presents Wolverine, Doombringer found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Wolverine, Doombringer|
|Statement||writer, Doug Moench ; penciler, Michal Dutkiewicz ; inker, Jimmy Palmiotti ...|
|LC Classifications||PN6728.W67x M7 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
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He decides to let go of his berserker rage, realizing that’s the only way he’ll be able to defeat the Doombringer. Logan does so, and fights with the beast in him no longer in control.
But the Doombringer still stands, and Wolverine starts to faint. This book is currently listed on for auction. Simply go to and enter in search Wolverine #1 Deadpool variant, signed Stan Lee.
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Michal Dutkiewicz (born ) is an Australian professional illustrator and comic book artist based in son of artist Wladyslaw Dutkiewicz, Dutkiewicz has worked on a variety of comic book titles, including Lost in Space (with actor and writer Bill Mumy), Wolverine: Doombringer, Batman Forever and Superman, as well as an illustrator on works such as Angelwitch, Book 1: Area(s): Cartoonist, Penciller, Artist.
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