A Place for Fan Art and All Things Wolfsbaneous.

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Eight Submissions So Far!

So far, WFFFA 2009 submissions have included Rahne as LRRH, Rahne with enough firepower to make Cable wince, Rahne in a swimsuit, Rahne with Warlock, Rahne with Doug, and more!

Don't hold back! Send yours soon! Seems I never set a deadline this time...let's call it the end of January 2010. Give you time over the holidays to be creative.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

The Time Has Come.

Twenty-seven years ago Rahne made her debut. Despite great exposure and being developed by some of the industry's finest creators, recent underuse, baffling exclusion, and gloomy solicits make twenty-eight seem less and less likely.

It is up to the fans to keep Wolfsbane alive.
Wolfsbane FanArt Free-for-All

I am calling upon anyone who ever liked Rahne and has a smidgeon of creativity or artistic talent to take a wee bit of time and produce something. Yes, it is time for the 2009 Wolfsbane FanArt Free-for-All, and who knows, this could be the last one while she is still an active character in the Marvel Universe. Be it a napkin sketch or a modified sticker, I challenge you to swamp me with Rahne FanArt.

Pencil, ink, color, crayon, lipstick, stick in the dirt, chia pet, Chick tract, chick flick, flak jacket, cosplay, Flash, ANYTHING GOES. Unfinished is absolutely fine. You like glitter glue? Use glitter glue. Manga zombie rap cowgirl Rahne sound sensible to you? Send it in. You perceive no redundancy at all in word pairings like "Dark Wolverine?" Design a logo for "Wolfy Wolfsbane." No habla Ingles? Lupina es bueno, mi corazones. Quality is great, but the time is right for quantity. This is the time to swallow your pride and show us your work even if it is still in progress!

Everyone's a winner, except for artists who send nothing! If you send it, I will post it, period.

February X-Force Solicit

Snipped from Newsarama:

Death comes to X-Force! ...the team's least likely member goes on a suicide mission to save Warpath...and someone doesn't walk away from this fight.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

BloodRahne Revisited

Submitted by Ken Roeder.

Sunday, September 6, 2009

Wolfsbane Cosplay by Miguel from Spain

More images here

Evidently, Rahne is known as Loba Venenosa in Spain.

Monday, August 31, 2009

The Future's Uncertain and the End is Always Near

Disney has bought Marvel for 4 billion dollars.


Man, had I known...had I only known that they were selling...I'd've offered like three -- no, FOUR hundred dollars for Rahne.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009


Nrama: There are quite a few mutants being brought into the mix here; are there any foreseeable casualties? If so, did you guys have to draw straws to see who had to severely injure or kill of a cast member?

Yost: Oh, there's plenty of death and misery to go around. Craig and I are sharers. But X-Force isn't getting out of this unscathed, that's for certain. Wolfsbane may be rejoining the team at a really, really bad time.

Read the full interview.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Back for More Punishment

YOST: Big surprises in the months ahead, and everything changes by the end of the next arc, the one after 'Not Forgotten.' But before that, the team is reunited as Wolfsbane returns.

NRAMA: Rahne is going to be returning to the group—how has she changed now that she has love in her life?

YOST: I think by the time she gets back, she's in a different place. Rahne is a strong character that's gone through a lot. But it takes more to keep her down. Luckily, we've got more.

Full article at Newsarama.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Rahne Prowling Around

Fanart from Andy Ayers.

Friday, June 26, 2009

Peter David Interview @ CBR

Via ComicBookResources.com:

CBR: Did you always plan for Rahne Sinclair, Wolfsbane, to leave “X-Factor” or was that largely due in part to the forming of the new title “X-Force?”

Peter David: I never planned for that. I thought she was going to be in both “X-Force” and “X-Factor.” That, like “Mission: Impossible,” she’d be called in to work with X-Force when they needed her but otherwise she’d still be with X-Factor. I didn’t know we were losing her until I was told I had to write her out of the book. I guess I just didn’t understand the concept of “X-Force” requiring that she be exclusive to that book. I still miss her.

Read the whole interview.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009


Here's something I never knew they made until recently:

1985 Wolfsbane patch

Here are a couple of others:

1985 Cannonball patch

1985 Sunspot patch

Friday, June 5, 2009

Sooner Than You Think

From an interview with Zeb Wells at ComicBookResources.com :

We want to have Rahne peek in on her friends as soon as possible, and anyone who follows the great “X-Force” knows they have a lot to talk about. Our path and X-Force’s may be crossing sooner than you think.

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Uncertainty Confirmed or Something :\

Via comicbookresources:

Marvel Editor Nick Lowe responds to fan emails.

Once Wolfsbane resolves her problems over in “X-Force,” will she ever show up in the new “New Mutants” series?
Zeb and I really love Wolfsbane, so I hope she gets her problems resolved soon. But, knowing Chris and Craig, I just hope she’s alive when they’re done with her.

Saturday, March 14, 2009


Snipped from the solicit for X-Force #13: "Meanwhile, Wolfsbane is still dealing with the return of (character censored by Marvel),"

Magik's return is hardly a secret anymore is it? Unless it's Hrimhari, which is also not a secret.

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Custom Figure

For you fans of X-Force Wolfsbane, there's a custom figure on ebay right now with 18 points of articulation. Impressively posable. View the pics; the main one does not do it justice.


Sunday, February 22, 2009

Monster in the Mirror

Fanart by Ken Roeder.

Thursday, February 19, 2009

More Bret Blevins Art

Bret Blevins put more of his original works up at ebay. Again, no New Mutants stuff but there is a cover inked by the great Terry Austin.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Sweet and Sour

It's official. New Mutants Reunion.

Interview with writer Zeb Wells here, in which Wells says:
"Wolfsbane won’t be playing a large role in New Mutants, as she’s being used (and used incredibly well) by Craig Kyle and Chris Yost in "X-Force." If she ever becomes available we’ll see how she fits into the team, but I’ll admit that I’m in no hurry to see that happen."


Thursday, February 5, 2009

Bret Blevins Art

LOTS of Bret Blevins art for sale right now on ebay. Check out the Bride of Frankenstein! Sweet!!


No Wolfsbane but still.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

New Mutants Saga, Rumorpedia, & Found Image

By now you likely have seen the announcement for New Mutants Saga. If not, look here: http://www.marvel.com/catalog/?id=11465 . What concerns me though is that "April 1" release date, if you know what I mean.

Wikipedia claims it'll be an ongoing series, but whether that's insight or speculation is anyone's guess. Read further and you'll see what sounds way too good to be true -- a New Mutants movie, allegedly in pre-production.

Lastly, a found image, I honestly can't remember where I got it. If it's not someone just fooling around, then I hope they adjust the style about 15 years back.

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Rahnimaniacs and The Coming Mess(iah War)

Recently I invited several peeps to become Rahnimaniacs -- in other words they can post here if they like. So please one of you wake me if something cool happens because X-Force just ain't taking me there. It is only a matter of time before they need another dead X-Man to keep the kids interested. Heck, maybe she'd be better off. I'd speculate that Wolfsbane will still be around as of X-Force #14, but the cover is so black, who can tell if it is her crouching over there?

You know. Black and all dark-like, to import drama and tension.

The return of Stryfe, an upcoming crossover with Cable...and "the fate of an entire species" in the balance. LOL Whatever.

Saturday, January 3, 2009


Some of these were lost in transition or somehow fell through the cracks. Sorry! Better late than never though.

2 from Ken Roeder:

2 from Trae Middlebrooks:

And 1 from Andy Ayres: