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    Default Poll: Who is your all-time favorite "Wolverine" ongoing writer?

    Who is your all-time favorite "Wolverine" ongoing writer?

    With the death of Wolverine coming up, CBR wants to know your all-time favorite "Wolverine" ongoing series writer.


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    1 Claremont
    2 Hama

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    Jason Aaron

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    Claremont/Hama tie. Though I might give Hama a slight nod.

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    Tieri
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    This is just for "Wolverine" ongoing series?

    Then it's Hama by a mile and no one else comes close.

    Claremont is a distant second, because he wrote--what?--the first dozen or so issues?

    Then Hama wrote the next HUNDRED.

    I've liked Millar's Wolverine stories, but he did like two stories. You can't really compare that to what Hama did, writing the character for years and years and years and really getting into Wolverine's head on an ongoing basis.

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    Claremont also wrote the awesome Wolverine / Viper wedding issues.
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    While I loved Claremont's run so much. The things Larry Hama did (especially around #100) were my most memorable. His run is pretty much my quintessential Wolverine.

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    Claremont, then Hama for me. Am I weird for really enjoying Rucka's run? I think that might be my third placer.

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    Hama for ongoing writer. Claremont over all.
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    Larry Hama by far. Followed by Jason Aaron for solo series and Claremont overall.

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    Looking at this makes me think that the best thing for Wolverine would be to die, go away for a year or so, and then come back solo with Claremont as the writer.

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    Claremont
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    Tieri
    In that order.

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    I voted Jason Aaron, highest consistent quality of Wolverine.

    Claremont gets a ton of credit for the Limited Series that truly launched the character, and obviously the work in X-Me (do you consider that in this poll?). He is #1 in most important contributor to Wolverine the character.

    #2 most important contributor would be Larry Hama. Hama and Claremont are both the quintessential Wolverine.

    But again, Jason Aaron's work on Wolverine seems to always create some of the best stories.

    Also, even though not technically Wolverine ongoing series, Barry Windsor-Smith deserves an honorably mention.

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    How is Claremont winning that pole? It has to be name recognition. Larry Hama did more for Wolverine as a character than anyone, because he had him in the solo for so long. Hama has to be the most important writer to ever touch that book.
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