In this cover to the upcoming first issue of “Wolverine & The X-Men” published by Marvel Comics, Wolverine is pictured, center, with fellow teachers and students of a new school where mutants learn not just literature and science, but how to be heroes and adventurers. (AP Photo/Marvel Comics)
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — In finding a new teacher to replace the X-Men’s venerated Professor X, writer Jason Aaron has found a not so suitable substitute that’s bound to have readers of Marvel Comics’ upcoming “Wolverine & the X-Men” series doing a double take.
Or even a triple take, given that the new headmaster has three razor-sharp claws that “snikkt!” from both his hands at the mere hint of danger.
Wolverine is heading up the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning that will not only educate young mutants, but hone their powers, too. He’s being helped by Kitty Pryde, Iceman and Beast, among Login to read more