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Powerhouses JASON AARON and RON GARNEY continue their rampage through the streets of Chinatown, as Logan struggles to wrap up unfinished business in San Francisco. Journey to the stronghold of the world’s newest, most powerful drug dealer… at the center of the earth, where Logan and Gorilla Man find a fierce new ally.


Story by Jason Aaron
Art by Ron Garney
Colors by Jason Keith
Letters by Cory Petit
Cover by Ron Garney, Jason Keith, Khoi Pham, & Edgar Delgado

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.4%
Avg Rating: 4.1
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  1. Yea! Let’s get Logan’s fucking money back, bitches!

    Stoked. I loved the Wolverine San Francisco mini. I can’t recall it’s name. It was the line wide thing where they were moving to California.

  2. Wait, wait. This has Gorilla Man AND Fat Cobra in it. Crap, now I probably have to buy it.

  3. Ummm I have LOVED aaron’s wolverine run (even bought the new omnibus) and I enjoyed last issue but to be honest after reading this I may have to temporarily drop this. It wasn’t bad or anything but this whole underground chinatown thing just really isn’t my cup of tea. It almost feels generic sadly, especially when compared to aaron’s previous wolverine runs. I may give it one more issue to win me over but not sure yet. 3/5 (possibly dropped until next arc)

  4. This was awesome, loved it. 🙂 Good wholesome fun.

  5. A story arc in which Wolverine, Gorilla Man and Fat Cobra team up to battle a cartel trafficking drugs through the center of the earth, forcing them to hide in the stomachs of dragons for an ambush, all in the pursuit of some money they stole from Logan’s piggy bank?


  6. I dunno boys, i’m just not feeling this arc at all. Its just out of place with Regenesis.
    I didnt even make it past the 6th page of this issue before giving up on it.
    Hope the next arc is better.

  7. Well I was excited to read this until I did. Just was not what I expected; seemed really lazy. Wolverine has been thru just about anything imaginable lately and this seemed to be trying to find some new ground. Not working for me.

    Just sayin’,


  8. this was the most ridiculous comic I’ve ever read and I fucking loved every minute of it. Once Fat Cobra shows up I could not stop laughing. I would love to see a buddy book of Wolverine, Fat Cobra, and Gorilla Man by Jason Aaron

  9. Fat Cobra.. rocks..

  10. I loved this issue. Especially the panel where Wolvie says (paraphrasing) “You did not drink me under the table. He did not drink me under the table.” Aaron cannot write a bad book.

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