The series, written by former Moon Knight writer Charlie Huston and pencilled by Juan Jose Ryp, will reportedly not focus on the character's past.
"Wolverine seems to have been kind of stuck in this rut where he deals almost exclusively with his past," Huston told Newsarama. "He's almost always dealing with something that he's fought before."
To change this status quo and begin telling new Wolverine stories, Huston has created a new villain that he has never faced before, teasing that this character is "the absolute opposite" of Wolverine.
The series aims to detach itself from current ongoings featuring Wolverine such as Dark Wolverine, which focuses on Logan's son Daken and their family issues, and Wolverine: Origins, which revolves around the exploration of Wolverine's past.
The series is initially scheduled for a 12-issue run to begin later this year.