#1Incredible Hulk #181
The Incredible Hulk and now The Wolverine is a comic book published on November 1, 1974. The comic book was published under Marvel Comics Group. This was Wolverine's first real appearance.
#2Uncanny X-Men #133
Uncanny X-Men #133 is a Marvel Comics Group released comic written by Chris Claremont and John Byrne. It was part of the Dark Phoenix Saga featuring X-Men characters like Cyclops, Storm, Wolverine, and a lot more.
Wolverine 1 or The first Wolverine is a limited series comic by Marvel. It was written and created by Chris Claremont and was published from September to December of 1982. The entire story arc covers Wolverine's engagement to Mariko Yashida.
DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that Wolverine is the shortest Marvel superhero? In the comics, the hot-tempered antihero stands only 5'3''. Prior to his bones bonding with adamantium, Logan only weighed 195 lbs. His weight rose to 300 lbs once he turned into a mutant. Imagine how the comic book Wolverine would actually look in real life! Actor Hugh Jackman was actually too tall for the role, standing at 6'2". Filmmakers had to be creative with their camera angles so that Jackman would not look too tall for his character. His height is probably one of the biggest factors why he wasn't initially eyed for the role. Nonetheless, Jackman's Wolverine turned out to be one of the most well-loved Marvel characters. In fact, he held the record of having the largest number of superhero films as the same character. With ten feature film appearances, he now plays in second to Robert Downey Jr.'s Iron Man.
Sadly, Hugh Jackman already decided that he will hang up his claws as Marvel's first and only Canadian superhero. Many fans, including Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds, are still trying to change his mind. However, it seems that Jackman has already made up his mind. He told Jerry Seinfeld that he wants to relinquish his role while he still feels happy about it. Needless to say, Wolverine movies wouldn't be the same if it weren't for Hugh Jackman. Fans are still anticipating the reveal of whoever is going to follow his steps as Marvel's clawed hero.
#4Kitty Pryde and Wolverine #1
Kitty Pryde and Wolverine #1 is a comic from the six-issue limited series of Marvel. It was written by Chris Claremont and illustrated by Al Milgrom. Comic books from the series were published between November 1984 and April 1985.
#5Death of Wolverine #1
Death of Wolverine #1 is the first entry from the 2014 comic book storyline published by Marvel Comics. Death of Wolverine features a virus from the microverse that caused Wolverine's mutant healing factor to stop working.
#6Wolverine Vol 2 #10
Wolverine Vol 2 #10 is a comic book featuring one of Wolverine's earliest battles with Sabretooth. The comic book was written by Chris Claremont, penciled by John Buscema and published by Marvel.
#7Wolverine: Weapon X
Wolverine: Weapon X is a graphic novel comics written by Barry Windsor-Smith which explains in detail how Wolverine got his adamantium skeleton wherein his memory was wiped.
#8Wolverine: Old Man Logan
Wolverine: Old Man Logan is a graphic novel comics written by Mark Millar and is a collection of stories from 2003-2009. It centers around Logan, later on in his years that come out of his quiet life to heed a friend's call for help and be a superhero once again.