Weapons Of Mutant Destruction Reading Order Checklist

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Weapons Of Mutant Destruction Reading Order Checklist.

If you’ve seen the X-Men movies you’ll no doubt be familiar with the Weapon X Program, the secretive organisation who experimented on Wolverine. In the comics, it was thought that this organisation was no more, but in the pages of Weapon X it appears they they’re back and they mean business with their latest project is Batch-H, a terrifying hybrid of Wolverine and the Hulk. Just think of the horror that would be set upon the world – the regenerative powers and claws of Wolverine and the rage and strength of the Hulk. The world would be a gone! It’s up to the cast of Weapon X – Old Man Logan, Sabretooth, Domino, Warpath, and Lady Deathstrike – as well as the current Hulk to stop this experiment from ravaging the world.

As crossovers can sometimes be confusing, I have put together the Weapons Of Mutant Destruction Reading Order Checklist to help make sense of everything. Not only does it have the reading order, but also background reading, creative teams and release dates too. No need to Hulk out just figuring out how to read this crossover anymore!

Happy Reading!

Totally Awesome Hulk #19 cover by Stonehouse.

Before Weapons Of Mutant Destruction

If you want to read the stories that lead up to Weapons Of Mutant Destruction then the below comics are what you should read.

Weapon X #1-4
Written by Greg Pak. Art by Greg Land.

Weapon X #1-4 sets up the latest incarnation of the Weapon X program.

Totally Awesome Hulk #19 (Prelude)
Written by Greg Pak. Art by Robert Gill.
Available from May 24th.

Totally Awesome Hulk #19 is the official prelude for this crossover, which should get you up to speed with Weapon X and the character involved.

Weapons Of Mutant Destruction: Alpha cover by Stonehouse.

Weapons Of Mutant Destruction

Weapons Of Mutant Destruction: Alpha (Part 1)
Written by Greg Pak. Art by Mahmud Asrar.
Available from June 21st.

Totally Awesome Hulk #20 (Part 2)
Written by Greg Pak. Art by Robert Gill.
Available from June 28th.

Weapon X #5 (Part 3)
Written by Greg Pak. Art by Marc Borstelmann.
Available from July 12th.

Totally Awesome Hulk #21 (Part 4)
Written by Greg Pak. Art by Mahmud Asrar.
Available from July 19th.

Weapon X #6 (Part 5)
Written by Greg Pak. Art by Marc Borstelmann.
Available from July 26th.

Totally Awesome Hulk #22 (Part 6)
Written by Greg Pak. Art by Robert Gill.
Available from August 16th.

After Weapons Of Mutant Destruction

Weapon X #7
Written by Greg Pak. Art by Marc Borstelmann.
Available from August 23rd.

Weapon X #7 kicks off Origin Of A Monster storyline, which appears to spin out of plot threads of Weapons Of Mutant Destruction.

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Will You Be Reading Weapons of Mutant Destruction?

Will you be reading this Totally Awesome Hulk/Weapon X crossover? Did you find this reading order guide helpful? Let me know in the comments below or via Facebook or Twitter.

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Trevor Van As is the founder of How to Love Comics and has loved comics all his life. When he's not reading or talking about comics he can be found eating frozen yogurt and dancing like no one is watching.

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Comments (8)

  • I just went to a comic book shop with my son and wound up buying the WMD series for me… 30 bucks lol… the guy in the shop seems to be right on point since he sold me all of these up to before July 19th! I was surfing the web to find out what order and if I got em all…and stumbled on to your list! Thank you!

  • These reading order articles are so helpful. When these events crossover so much it helps to know where to start and what to read next.

  • Hi.. it was mentioned in weapon x issue 2 that sabertooth was attacked by a kid cyborg. Where can i find it? Or has it ever been published or it was just mentioned? Just like lady deathstrike’s story was seen in xmen prime. Thanks in advance.

  • shouldn’t the hulk prelude (May 24) be read after weapon x #3 but before weapon X #4 cause weapon x #4 was released June 14th? Or is one of those weird Marvel things where the prelude is actually a flash back or a since their house is such a mess does the release date not matter kinda thing?