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Home Production Notes Wolverine: Lifeblood

Simon & Schuster Editor Jennifer Heddle (August 9, 2006)
Thanks to Simon and Schuster editor Jennifer Heddle for forwarding the cover as well as the description for Wolverine: Lifeblood, a novel by Hugh Matthews that is scheduled to be released in February 2007 and is available for pre-order at Amazon.com ($7.99):
Dedicated to saving and protecting a world that fears and reviles him, the mutant superhero Wolverine - also known as Logan - is a stranger to himself, his elusive past revealed to him only in the briefest flashes of memory. So when a photograph of a Canadian veteran of World War II conjures up half-formed images of violence, blood, and pain, Logan sets out on a search for answers that leads him to a startling realization: he was once a prisoner of war at a Nazi concentration camp.

But there's more to the story. During his time as a POW, Logan was experimented on by a ruthless Nazi scientist named Wolfgang von Strucker, who was obsessed with unlocking the secrets of Logan's mutant healing factor. And what Logan doesn't know is that the scientist is still at large, having extended his lifespan thanks to those very experiments. In spite of his advanced age, von Strucker continues to thirst for true immortality - and when he finds out that Logan is alive, he'll stop at nothing to finish what he started sixty years earlier...


Matthew Hughes & Amazon.com (August 4, 2006)
On page 40 of Kabuki: Reflections #6, David Mack announced that he painted a cover for Wolverine: The Blood, a novel that will be published by Pocket Star. However, according to Matthew Hughes, who wrote the novel under the pen name Hugh Matthews, the title has been changed to Wolverine: Lifeblood. The 320-page paperback book will be available in February 2007 for $7.99 and is available for pre-order through Amazon.com.


David Mack (May 2, 2006)
According to David Mack, unpublished work-in-progress photos of Alias and Wolverine covers will be included in Kabuki: Reflections #6, which can be pre-ordered at a comic book store near you. When asked about the Wolverine artwork that will be spotlighted in Reflections #6, Mr. Mack revealed that the covers were created for a Wolverine novel that will be released in 2007 from Simon & Schuster, who will release Wolverine: Road of Bones in November.



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