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in: Comics, 2002, 2002, June Modern-Age, Wolverine Vol 2, Joe Quesada/Editor-in-Chief, J.H. Williams III/Cover Artist, Jose Villarrubia/Cover Artist, Frank Tieri/Writer, Sean Chen/Penciler, Norman Rapmund/Inker, Raymund Lee/Colourist, Richard Starkings/Letterer, Saida Temofonte/Letterer, Mike Marts/Editor, Georges Jeanty/Penciler, Ray Snyder/Inker, Raymond Lee/Colourist, Comicraft/Letterer, Jason Aaron/Writer, Udon Studios/Penciler, Udon Studios/Inker, Udon Studios/Colourist, James Howlett (Earth-616)/Appearances, Amiko Kobayashi (Earth-616)/Appearances, Weapon X (Earth-616)/Appearances, Malcolm Colcord (Earth-616)/Appearances, Garrison Kane (Earth-616)/Appearances, Nathaniel Essex (Earth-616)/Appearances, Yuriko Oyama (Earth-616)/Appearances, Victor Creed (Earth-616)/Appearances, Arkady Rossovich (Earth-616)/Appearances, Leech (Earth-616)/Appearances, Matsu'o Tsurayaba (Earth-616)/Appearances, Japan/Appearances, Alabama/Appearances

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Appearing in "The Logan Files Conclusion"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Logan Files Conclusion"Edit

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Appearing in "The Now"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Now"Edit

Matsu'o sits alone and reflects on how Wolverine attacks him every year on the anniversary of death of Mariko, Wolverine's lover whom Matsu'o killed. Matsu'o shows all the body parts he has lost: left hand, right ear, nose and gall bladder. Matsu'o plans to ask Wolverine to allow him to take his own life and waits for the stroke of midnight. However, since he was "killed" in the previous story, Wolverine does not appear.

Appearing in "A Good Man"Edit

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Synopsis for "A Good Man"Edit

Wolverine is on the run from local thugs when he comes across a woman who has a flat tire. He stops to change her tire quickly since he is being pursued. She thanks him tells him he is a good man. Wolverine denies it, but she asks him to pray. Unfortunately, Wolverine's pursuers arrive and kill her. Wolverine kills his attackers, gives the woman the best burial he can, and leaves the thugs dead in the street.

The story "A Good Man" was Jason Aaron's first writing assignment for Marvel after he won a writing contest.

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