Kris Anka Joins Black Cat for Two Issues Starting in February as Black Cat Steals From… Patch?!

Kris Anka is taking over as artist of Marvel's hit Black Cat series in February, the publisher's February solicitations revealed. Anka will draw two issues of the book, so we can expect him to be back for March's Black Cat #10 as well. And as i that wasn't enough, it looks like the Black Cat will be taking her campaign of thievery to the island of Madripoor, and her next target is… Patch?

The solicits imply that Black Cat is stealing from Wolverine's famous alter-ego, but we do have to wonder what the hairy little runt would be doing on Madripoor when he's supposed to be living on Krakoa, @#$%ing Jean Grey and Cyclops with his two dicks. Maybe one of his dicks got cut off and grew a new Wolverine from itself? Who knows? Don't be surprised if this solicit is some kind of swerve.

Check out the solicit for Black Cat #10 below, and Marvel's full February solicitations here.

BLACK CAT #9
JED MACKAY (W) • KRIS ANKA (A) • Cover by J. SCOTT CAMPBELL
GWEN STACY VARIANT COVER BY CARLOS GOMEZ
• Felicia has gotten into some trouble in New York. Some may call it "inciting a war" but we aren't here to mince words. What's a girl to do?
• GO TO MADRIPOOR! That's right, the Black Cat and her crew go to Madripoor to steal the next object on their list. No problem, just another artifact that is in the private collection of someone named… where'd I put that note… oh, here. Someone named "Patch."
• Uh-oh. Patch is Wolverine. BLACK CAT IS STEALING FROM WOLVERINE?!
• All this and guest-artist KRIS ANKA (UNCANNY X-MEN, RUNAWAYS) is joining the book for two issues!
32 PGS./Rated T …$3.99

Kris Anka Joins Black Cat for Two Issues Starting in February as Black Cat Steals From... Patch?!

Kris Anka Joins Black Cat for Two Issues Starting in February as Black Cat Steals From... Patch?!

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