Will Wolverine's grievous burn wounds ever heal?
Beloved teacher, poet and philanthropist Wolverine might be the victim of Marvel's latest cash-grab
event. While we just reported
that Thor may or may not be declaring war on children, we've just discovered a second image that shows who might be the the first fatality of this event.
Wolverine, long a pacifist character who violently opposes war, is shown to be on fire with tendons and metallic bones exposed. Anyone who knows Wolverine is aware that such wounds are likely permanent and that the character is unlikely to make a quick recovery.
Unlike Jude, who believes that the war may involve babies, this reporter speculates that these teasers involve the upcoming Ultron War. Ultron, a known sympathizer of dastardly villain Cyclops, would be a likely candidate to attack Wolverine for his role in ending the mutant militant's threat once and fore all. Once again, we'll learn more at SDCC.
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