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Marvel Preview: Weapon X #15

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, OLD MAN LOGAN!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, OLD MAN LOGAN! It’s a surprise party for Old Man Logan — and the only thing Sabretooth got him is an ass whuppin’! With the rest of their crew on a much needed shore leave, Sabretooth and Old Man Logan are left to their own devices: sixteen Adamantium claws and berserker rage! Don’t miss Old Man Logan versus Sabretooth in their first knock-down, drag-out fight to the death!

Written by: Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente
Art by: Roland Boschi
Cover by: Eric Canete
Page Count: 22 Pages
Release Date: March 14 2018
Age Rating: 12+ Only

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Marvel Preview: Weapon X #15

Marvel Preview: Weapon X #15

Marvel Preview: Weapon X #15

Marvel Preview: Weapon X #15

Marvel Preview: Weapon X #15

Marvel Preview: Weapon X #15

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