At the top secret retailer summit at New York Comic Con, Marvel Comics revealed that they've already got plans in place to bring back Wolverine, who hasn't even technically died yet thanks to how fucking slow Steve McNiven is at drawing comic books. According to Newsarama's report, Marvel Editor in Chief Axel Alonso compared the Death of Wolverine to the Death of Captain America and Superior Spider-Man stories, both of which saw the heroes return after a relatively short period. Of course, we already knew Wolverine's return was just a question of "when, bub?" Alonso gave some hints toward that end as well, promising retailers that both Wolverine and (male) Thor (with hammer) would be part of the upcoming Secret Wars super-mega-crossover event from Jonathan Hickman and Esad Ribic.
It's possible that both Thor and Wolverine will come from an alternate timeline of plucked form Marvel's past, at which point we are forced to ask the question: why not pluck a bunch of Wolverines from the past. It could serve the continuity problems created by Wolverine appearing in every single book Marvel publishes, and could create some interesting sexual dynamics for the hairy mutant.
"Dibs on Crisis of Infinite Wolverines: This Time It's An Orgy!" said an excited Jason Aaron at the panel, sporting a visible erection. "He's the best he is at what he does, and what he does is have graphic sexual intercourse with multiple versions of himself from Marvel's timeline."
The Outhouse will keep you updated on future developments.