Collects Wolverine (Vol 3) #66-72 and Wolverine: Old Man Logan Giant-Size #1.
*Millar. McNiven. Wolverine. It doesn’t get any better than this. The only way writer Mark Millar could top his all-time classic Wolverine tale “Enemy of the State” was to take it to the future —his Civil War brother in arms, Steve McNiven, handling the art duties! Fusing the dystopian super-hero elements of the X-Men’s “Days of Future Past,” the wild and wooly futurescapes of Mad Max, and the tragic pathos of Clint Eastwood’s archetypal Western heroes, Millar’s tale finds Wolverine at a crossroads with who he really wants to be and who he really is. *Source: marvel.com