Wolverine #48-#50 is a direct and immediate sequel to the Weapon X storyline in Marvel Comics Presents. It is predominantly set, real or imagined, in two Canadian locations: the Albertan facility that Weapon X was shown to operate in. He arrives at this in #4, more or less as we were expecting, along with keys left in his Lotus. He gets flashbacks, both to the actual events of the miniseries and to a strange buddy cop movie about him and Sabretooth, but doesn't investigate too far into the complex. The flashbacks continue into #49. Some of them are to a strange buddy cop movie starring him and Sabretooth.
I'm not even really kidding about it being a movie. In a warehouse in Detroit he finds the sets. For the buddy cop movie, for the incident with Silver Fox in #10, and for a variety of other locations. Logan's memories are contradictory. He remembers Sabretooth killing Silver Fox, he remembers the cabin they had; but he also remembers fighting her many decades later.
We know less about Wolverine at the end of this arc than we did at the beginning. We can't trust what we thought we did know. Neither can Logan. His few fragments have been shattered. He hopes the cabin was real - his first love was real, but if the evidence is simply not finding the set where it had been faked, ouch.
There's fighting. In his stealth-free recon Wolverine alerted Hines and the Professor to activate the "Shiva Project", which turns out to be a giant robot pretending to be Shiva the Destroyer. Not quite sure why that is, but hey. Shiva has a list of targets to elimate in order: Wolverine, Sabretooth, Fox, Kestrel, Vole, Mastodon and Wildcat. While that is happening, Silver Fox, who is leader of HYDRA, goes after Hines and the Professor, as revenge for the same thing happening to her. Eventually Fox kills the Professor, who sets the robot on the next target, Sabretooth.
This is all very puzzling. Silver Fox really did survive #10, which cheapens it and the Wolverine/Sabretooth feud. And if all these are false memories of Wolverine, why doesn't he remember them? What happened to make him break that conditioning in the first place? To make him leave that "Team X" (name still not yet given) and end up in Canadia working for Department H? Is there any larger sense to be made here or what?