From the archive of DC Comics and Marvel Comics artist Mostafa Moussa, an action-packed poster of Wolverine tearing into Sentinels.
Making his debut in the last panel of The Incredible Hulk #180 before having a larger role in #181 (1974), ‘Wolverine’ was created by Marvel editor-in-chief Roy Thomas, writer Len Wein and Marvel art director John Romita Sr. Razor sharp retractable claws on each hand are his most distinguishable feature, supported by enhanced physical abilities including a ‘healing factor’ allowing him to regenerate from injury, and animal-keen senses.
First drawn for publication by Herb Trimpe. Wolverine later joined a refreshed X-Men team, where writer Chris Claremont and artist-writer John Byrne expanded on the character's development. Artist Frank Miller collaborated with Claremont and helped revise the character with a four-part limited series from September to December 1982, inked by hall of fame artist Joe Rubinstein.
“I wanted a Wolverine for my wall and so I reached out to a friend who also worked with me on the Spiderman Symbiotes Scrap and asked him if he wanted to partner on a classic Wolverine. I recall sitting at a show watching him sketch and erase and wondering what the hell he was coming up with as we worked it out. By the end, I was blown away. I thought this layout, with the design and details could have been good enough for any book cover. I’m really proud of it and it’s one of my personal favorites.” - Mostafa Moussa
Mostafa Moussa was born November 1978 in Seymour Indiana and now resides with his family in Houston, Texas. He is an accomplished comic book artist and inker who values collaborative art projects over going alone. His most recognized work includes covers and interior work for Batman, The Flash, Superman, Fantastic Four and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Mostafa has inked for some of the industry’s most recognized artists like Chad Hardin (Harley Quinn) and Alé Garza (Batgirl) and Carlo Barberi (Deadpool).