Wolverine Appreciation Month Produces "Classic" X-Artwork

Wolverine Appreciation Month Produces "Classic" X-Artwork

In honor of Wolverine's 35th anniversary, Marvel is announcing that April will be "Wolverine Art Appreciation Month." As part of the celebration, Marvel says it's giving Comic Riffs exclusive "first look" at the character images, and so we pass along this sneak-peek to you.

Various Marvel titles will debut the new art, which includes images "invoking" Picasso, Dali and Van Gogh, among other all-timers. Says Quesada in a statement: Wolverine is "not just popular with fans but also with artists. ... This got us thinking: What if Wolverine had been around for hundreds, if not thousands, of years? What great, classic artists would want a crack at drawing a Wolverine cover?"

Wolverine, as inspired by Vincent van Gogh.

Wolverines show their best poker faces in this image inspired by C.M. Coolidge's "Dogs Playing Poker."

A surreal Wolverine as inspired by the work of Salvador Dali.

A cubist take on Wolverine inspired by Pablo Picasso.

Wolverine goes pop in this Andy Warhol-inspired image.

Wolverine, obscured by umbrella, in an image inspired by the surreal work of Rene Magritte.

In the style of Edward Gorey.

And of course, the film "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," starring Jackman, is due out in May...
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