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Published November 2001 by Marvel Tags: CGC Slabbed 9.6
The Hill
Paul Jenkins (plot, script); Bill Jemas (plot); Joe Quesada (plot)
Andy Kubert
Joe Quesada (signed)
Mister Kenneth; Rose; Dog; Mrs. Hopkins; John Howlett; Master James Howlett; Mistress Elizabeth Howlett; Mister Thomas Logan; Grandfather Howlett
"The Hill" Rose arrives at the Howlett estate to be a companion to sickley James Howlett, child of privilege, whose father is merry, whose mother is mad and whose grandfather is as mean as they come. Rose, James and Dog, son of the drunken groundskeeper Thomas Logan, become fast friends and get into plenty of mischief together.
CGC Near Mint+ 9.6

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Published November 2001 by Marvel Tags: CGC Slabbed 9.6

Issue Details

Story Title
The Hill
Writer
Paul Jenkins (plot, script); Bill Jemas (plot); Joe Quesada (plot)
Interior Art
Andy Kubert
Cover Art
Joe Quesada (signed)
Character Appearances
Mister Kenneth; Rose; Dog; Mrs. Hopkins; John Howlett; Master James Howlett; Mistress Elizabeth Howlett; Mister Thomas Logan; Grandfather Howlett
Storyline
"The Hill" Rose arrives at the Howlett estate to be a companion to sickley James Howlett, child of privilege, whose father is merry, whose mother is mad and whose grandfather is as mean as they come. Rose, James and Dog, son of the drunken groundskeeper Thomas Logan, become fast friends and get into plenty of mischief together.
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Published December 2001 by Marvel
Inner Child
Paul Jenkins (plot, script); Bill Jemas (plot); Joe Quesada (plot)
Andy Kubert
Joe Quesada (signed)
Dog; Rose; Master James Howlett; John Howlett; Mister Kenneth; Mister Thomas Logan; Mistress Elizabeth Howlett; Grandfather Howlett
"Inner Child" Dog is making unwelcome advances toward Rose when he is interrupted by James who runs to tell his father. In retaliation, Dog kills James' pet puppy which gets both he and his father thrown off of the Howlett estate. Feeling that he has been treated unfairly, Thomas Logan forces Rose to help him sneak into the Howlett bedchamber. John finds Thomas attempting to abduct his wife and interferes. Drawn by the commotion, James arrives just in time to see Thomas shoot his father in the head. As James goes after Thomas, bone claws emerge from the back of his hands and he stabs Thomas to death.
Near Mint- 9.2

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Published December 2001 by Marvel

Issue Details

Story Title
Inner Child
Writer
Paul Jenkins (plot, script); Bill Jemas (plot); Joe Quesada (plot)
Interior Art
Andy Kubert
Cover Art
Joe Quesada (signed)
Character Appearances
Dog; Rose; Master James Howlett; John Howlett; Mister Kenneth; Mister Thomas Logan; Mistress Elizabeth Howlett; Grandfather Howlett
Storyline
"Inner Child" Dog is making unwelcome advances toward Rose when he is interrupted by James who runs to tell his father. In retaliation, Dog kills James' pet puppy which gets both he and his father thrown off of the Howlett estate. Feeling that he has been treated unfairly, Thomas Logan forces Rose to help him sneak into the Howlett bedchamber. John finds Thomas attempting to abduct his wife and interferes. Drawn by the commotion, James arrives just in time to see Thomas shoot his father in the head. As James goes after Thomas, bone claws emerge from the back of his hands and he stabs Thomas to death.
Data courtesy of the Grand Comics Database under Creative Commons license.
Published January 2002 by Marvel
The Beast Within
Paul Jenkins (plot, script); Bill Jemas (plot); Joe Quesada (plot)
Andy Kubert
Joe Quesada (signed)
James Howlett; Rose; Dog; Mistress Elizabeth Howlett (death); Grandfather Howlett; Aunt Hazel; Smitty; John Howlett (dead); Thomas Logan (dead)
"The Beast Within" James Howlett has just killed Thomas Logan, his father's murderer, with bone claws that have emerged from the back of his hands. Disconcerted by what is happening to him, things don't get much better for James when his mother calls him an abomination and throws him out, right before she kills herself. His grandfather, too, has little empathy but does give Rose some money so she can take James far away, never to return. As Rose and James travel to a distant mining camp, she is concerned at his lapses in memory and astonished by his quick healing ability. She gives James' name as "Logan."
Very Fine/Near Mint 9.0

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Published January 2002 by Marvel

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Story Title
The Beast Within
Writer
Paul Jenkins (plot, script); Bill Jemas (plot); Joe Quesada (plot)
Interior Art
Andy Kubert
Cover Art
Joe Quesada (signed)
Character Appearances
James Howlett; Rose; Dog; Mistress Elizabeth Howlett (death); Grandfather Howlett; Aunt Hazel; Smitty; John Howlett (dead); Thomas Logan (dead)
Storyline
"The Beast Within" James Howlett has just killed Thomas Logan, his father's murderer, with bone claws that have emerged from the back of his hands. Disconcerted by what is happening to him, things don't get much better for James when his mother calls him an abomination and throws him out, right before she kills herself. His grandfather, too, has little empathy but does give Rose some money so she can take James far away, never to return. As Rose and James travel to a distant mining camp, she is concerned at his lapses in memory and astonished by his quick healing ability. She gives James' name as "Logan."
Data courtesy of the Grand Comics Database under Creative Commons license.
Published February 2002 by Marvel
Heaven and Hell
Paul Jenkins (plot, script); Bill Jemas (plot); Joe Quesada (plot)
Andy Kubert
Joe Quesada (signed)
Logan [James Howlett]; Cookie Malone; Smitty; Rose
"Heaven and Hell" James and Rose live in a tough Canadian mining camp, working hard for their daily bread. Still quiet and weak, James is bullied by the camp's cook who takes every opportunity provided to torture the boy. As the years pass, James, now going by the name Logan, becomes stronger and fiercer as Rose constantly worries about the fundamental change in her companion. When Logan is accosted by the cook once again, he refuses to defend himself, instead running into the woods where he is set upon by a pack of wolves.
Near Mint 9.4

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Published February 2002 by Marvel

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Story Title
Heaven and Hell
Writer
Paul Jenkins (plot, script); Bill Jemas (plot); Joe Quesada (plot)
Interior Art
Andy Kubert
Cover Art
Joe Quesada (signed)
Character Appearances
Logan [James Howlett]; Cookie Malone; Smitty; Rose
Storyline
"Heaven and Hell" James and Rose live in a tough Canadian mining camp, working hard for their daily bread. Still quiet and weak, James is bullied by the camp's cook who takes every opportunity provided to torture the boy. As the years pass, James, now going by the name Logan, becomes stronger and fiercer as Rose constantly worries about the fundamental change in her companion. When Logan is accosted by the cook once again, he refuses to defend himself, instead running into the woods where he is set upon by a pack of wolves.
Data courtesy of the Grand Comics Database under Creative Commons license.
Published May 2002 by Marvel
Revelation
Paul Jenkins (plot, script); Bill Jemas (plot); Joe Quesada (plot)
Andy Kubert
Joe Quesada (signed)
Logan [James Howlett]; Rose; Smitty; Cookie Malone; Grandfather Howlett; Dog (cameo)
"Revelation" By day, Logan works in a quarry, mining stone and becoming a valuable member of the camp. By night, Logan runs with a pack of wolves, hunting and letting his bestial side run free. When Logan gets promoted to dynamite duty, the camp cook, who hates him, snips the fuses and causes some of the miners to get caught in a cave-in. Logan survives and finally has a showdown with his tormenter, Cookie. He also finds Rose smooching up on the camp boss, Smitty. Back in Alberta, Logan's grandfather, who is on his death bed, sends Dog out to bring James home.
Near Mint- 9.2

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Published May 2002 by Marvel

Issue Details

Story Title
Revelation
Writer
Paul Jenkins (plot, script); Bill Jemas (plot); Joe Quesada (plot)
Interior Art
Andy Kubert
Cover Art
Joe Quesada (signed)
Character Appearances
Logan [James Howlett]; Rose; Smitty; Cookie Malone; Grandfather Howlett; Dog (cameo)
Storyline
"Revelation" By day, Logan works in a quarry, mining stone and becoming a valuable member of the camp. By night, Logan runs with a pack of wolves, hunting and letting his bestial side run free. When Logan gets promoted to dynamite duty, the camp cook, who hates him, snips the fuses and causes some of the miners to get caught in a cave-in. Logan survives and finally has a showdown with his tormenter, Cookie. He also finds Rose smooching up on the camp boss, Smitty. Back in Alberta, Logan's grandfather, who is on his death bed, sends Dog out to bring James home.
Data courtesy of the Grand Comics Database under Creative Commons license.
Published July 2002 by Marvel
Dust to Dust
Paul Jenkins (plot, script); Bill Jemas (plot); Joe Quesada (plot)
Andy Kubert
Joe Quesada (signed)
Logan [James Howlett]; Rose (death); Smitty; Cookie Malone; Dog
"Dust to Dust" Wolverine is angry that Rose has decided to marry Smitty and leave their life at the mining camp but this doesn't stop him from throwing a boxing match with his boss so that he can win the prize money to finance their journey. After the bout is over, Logan's old life catches up with him as Dog arrives and begins to beat him down. As Dog boasts about killing Logan's father and watching his mother kill herself, Logan pops his claws and begins to tear apart his old friend. A horrified Rose tries to intervene and Logan accidentally stabs and kills her. Logan leaves to live with the wolves.
Near Mint 9.4

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Published July 2002 by Marvel

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Story Title
Dust to Dust
Writer
Paul Jenkins (plot, script); Bill Jemas (plot); Joe Quesada (plot)
Interior Art
Andy Kubert
Cover Art
Joe Quesada (signed)
Character Appearances
Logan [James Howlett]; Rose (death); Smitty; Cookie Malone; Dog
Storyline
"Dust to Dust" Wolverine is angry that Rose has decided to marry Smitty and leave their life at the mining camp but this doesn't stop him from throwing a boxing match with his boss so that he can win the prize money to finance their journey. After the bout is over, Logan's old life catches up with him as Dog arrives and begins to beat him down. As Dog boasts about killing Logan's father and watching his mother kill herself, Logan pops his claws and begins to tear apart his old friend. A horrified Rose tries to intervene and Logan accidentally stabs and kills her. Logan leaves to live with the wolves.
Data courtesy of the Grand Comics Database under Creative Commons license.

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