Since his debut in the final page of 1974’s Incredible Hulk #180, Wolverine has been one of the most enigmatic and fascinating characters to ever grace the pages of a Marvel comic. Armed with a pair of razor-sharp claws and a nasty temperament towards authority, the character was embraced by a legion of comic book fans that had grown jaded towards colorful dogooders during the medium’s ‘80s renaissance. And ever since then, he has transformed from anti-social outsider into one of the most recognizable faces at the company.

While he’s often featured in team-oriented X-Men stories, Wolverine has been most interesting as a solo act over the last few decades. This week marks another example of the character’s mass appeal as writer Brian Wood makes his highly-anticipated return to Marvel with his latest miniseries, Wolverine And The X-Men: Alpha And Omega. The story sees Wolverine take on one of the young students at his new school for mutants, Quentin Quire, a.k.a. Kid Omega. To get you ready for the latest chapter in the life of Marvel’s most popular mutant, we’re taking a look back at The 10 Best Wolverine Stories.

Written by Jason Serafino (@Serafinoj1)

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