|This article is written from the Real World perspective|
|Wolverine Weapon X: Tomorrow Dies Today|
|Beginning date||May 13, 2014|
|End date||May 13, 2014|
|Number of Episodes||6|
Wolverine Weapon X: Tomorrow Dies Today is a motion comic series by Marvel Knights Animation.
Wolverine's life gets complicated when cybernetic robots from the future called Deathlok embark on a superhero killing spree, and the only person who can help, is a young waitress named Miranda Bayer who insists she knows him - or at least, the person he will become.
Wolverine Weapon X: Tomorrow Dies Today was adapted from the five issue comic series called Tomorrow Dies Today which ran through the Wolverine Weapon X comic in 2010.
The series was called Wolverine Weapon X in the series' opening title sequence, but the DVD release was called Wolverine Weapon X: Tomorrow Dies Today.
Wolverine Weapon X: Tomorrow Dies Today lasted one season consisting of six episodes.
Actor Role(s) Brian Drummond Wolverine/Logan
Iron Fist/Danny Rand
Scott McNeil Deathlok Prime
Matthew K. Edwards
Lisa Ann Beley Miranda Bayer
Evan Wakowski (Child)
Clay St. Thomas Captain America/Steve Rogers
Evan Wakowski (Adult)
Roxxon Corporation Employee #2
Trevor Devall Captain America/James Barnes
Andy Toth Spider-Man/Peter Parker
Roxxon Employee #1
Richard Newman Slag/Jeffrey Winstone
Café Kiev Owner
Name Position Mauro Casalese Director Carl Upsdell Director Jason Aaron Writer Rob Simmons Producer Dan Buckley Executive Producer Alan Fine Executive Producer Jeph Loeb Executive Producer Joe Quesada Executive Producer Eric Radomski Co-Executive Producer Todd Casey Consulting Producer Ruwan Jayatilleke Consulting Producer Kalia Cheng Supervising Producer