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Wolverine: Snikt!

Alt titles: Snikt!

Wolverine: Snikt! Cover Image
  • Vol: 1; Ch: 5
  • 2003
3.378 out of 5 from 57 votes
Rank #4,418


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Manga Relations

Manga Name Year Relation Type More Info
X-Men: The Manga 1998 TBD

Anime Relations

Anime Name Type Year Relation More Info
Wolverine TV 2011 TBD
X-Men TV 2011 TBD
Name Role
Tsutomu NIHEI Artist
Tsutomu NIHEI Author

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