I get that Wolverine is one of Marvel's most popular character. But is putting him in EVERY Marvel book necessarily a good thing?
He started in Alpha Flight, Marvel's Canadian Super Team, but only really started to shine on the pages of X-Men. Now... he's EVERYWHERE. And with multiple writers with multiple perspectives on the character, its no wonder he's become so... BORING. He's got his solo adventures. He's in X-Men, X-Force and Avengers. And now he's going to be in Uncanny Avengers too. The only thing he hasn't been is with the FF!!! Well... not officially, coz there was that Hulk, Ghost Rider, Spidey & Wolverine FF team up...
On one hand he's one of "Earth's Mightiest Heroes", loved by all.
But he's also an X-Man, a mutant... hated and feared.
He often takes teenage sidekicks under his wing, training them to face a world that fears them (Kitty Pryde, Jubilee, etc).
But the SCHISM with Cyclops was forged on the principal of letting kids be kids.
He started the Jean Grey School to teach and educate the young mutants in morality and responsible use of their powers.
He continues to lead the X-Force hit squad in secret.
And after all the secrets, murdering and lying... Wolverine will never be held accountable for his "crimes".
Because he's an AVENGER.
My hope for MARVEL NOW? Less Wolverine please.