Author(s): Paul Cornell
When Wolverine finds himself the bargaining chip in a hostage situation, he must make a decision that will follow him forever...literally! How can a berserker fight what he can't see? And how far will he go to assert his humanity in the face of the unknown? Guest-starring Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.! Then, Wolverine has to track down a boy on a deadly rampage before he does the unthinkable. How will Logan defeat an enemy with no permanent body to slash and claw? And what does the Watcher have to do with all of this? Collecting: Wolverine 1-6
In addition to his work in comics, Paul Cornell is a novelist and a TV writer. He has written Doctor Who for both mediums, famously creating the character Bernice Summerfield, and has since worked extensively in British television on such diverse programs as Robin Hood, Primeval and Casualty. His comics resume includes work on the Marvel titles Wisdom, Captain Britain and MI13, Dark Reign: Young Avengers and Fantastic Four: True Story.
British-born artist Alan Davis took off like a rocket after his humble beginnings at Marvel U.K. Continuing the collaboration with Alan Moore that saw Captain Britain become an enduring critical and fan favorite, the two co-created D.R. and Quinch. Davis broke into U.S. comics with runs on Batman and the Outsiders and Detective Comics. Hired by Marvel U.S. in 1986, Davis launched Excalibur with Chris Claremont, and the book quickly became one of Marvel mutantdom's most unique and humorous titles. When Davis took over as writer, he continued many plot threads from his Captain Britain run. Davis also created the super-hero family ClanDestine, and wrote and drew the DC miniseries JLA: The Nail. After a lengthy arc writing and drawing X-Men, Davis went on to work on the miniseries Killraven, Fantastic Four: The End and a ClanDestine revival. He has also illustrated writer Brian Michael Bendis' Avengers Prime and contributed to the status-quo-changing X-Men: Schism.