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Issue Details

Issue #3
Published September 2005
Cover Price 2.99 USD
Pages 40
Editing Tom Brevoort; Andy Schmidt (associate); Stephanie Moore (assistant); Molly Lazer (assistant); James Taveras (production); Joe Quesada (editor-in-chief); Dan Buckley (publisher)

Cover Details - "Ribic Cover"

Characters Wolverine; Spider-Man; Sentinels
Genre superhero
Pencils Esad Ribic (painter)
Inks Esad Ribic (painter)
Colors Esad Ribic (painter)

Cover Details - "Cassaday Cover"

Characters Wolverine
Genre superhero
Pencils John Cassaday
Inks John Cassaday

22 page House of M story "Untitled"

Characters Wolverine; Mystique; Sam Guthrie [Cannonball]; Jessica Drew [Spider-Woman]; Nightcrawler; Rogue; Toad; Cloak; Luke Cage; Hawkeye [Clint Barton]; Danny Rand [Iron Fist]; Felicia Hardy [Black Cat]; Misty Knight; Marc Spector [Moon Knight]; CAMEOS: Magneto; Ms. Marvel [Carol Danvers]; Quicksilver; Ororo Munroe [Storm]; Guido; Betty Brant; Namor, the Sub-Mariner; Kat Farrell; Otto Octavius [Dr. Octopus]; Janet Van Dyne [Wasp]; Peter Parker [Spider-Man]; Richie Parker; Raphael Vega; Shang-Chi; Lord Kevin Plunder [Ka-Zar]; Zabu; CAMEO FLASHBACK: Captain America; The Hand; Hulk; Jean Grey; Mariko Yashida; Professor X; She-Hulk; Sentry; Iron Man; Falcon; Cyclops; Emma Frost [White Queen]
Synopsis Wolverine, confused at this new world he finds himself in, leaps from the SHIELD helicarrier trying to find some answers; He reads an issue of "The Pulse" which seems to be a celebrity mutant tabloid; He finds X-Mansion occupied by a normal couple; He tries to get into Stark Tower to talk to Tony but his SHIELD unit catches up with him and tries to bring him in; He escapes into Cloak's cloak where he is teleported to the location of the human resistance movement led by Luke Cage; Luke tells him to destroy the SHIELD tracker at the base of his skull or Hawkeye will destroy it for him.
Genre superhero
Script Brian Michael Bendis
Pencils Olivier Coipel
Inks Tim Townsend
Colors Frank D'Armata
Letters Chris Eliopoulos