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Imagine everyone Logan has ever killed over the course of his very long life, all confined to one place, all itching to get their shot at revenge. Now witness the devil give them just what they want. It’s Logan versus the legion of the damned, including some very familiar faces. And with Logan’s demonically-possessed body still running amuck on earth, the body count can only grow. Who could possibly stand in his way? Maybe… Mystique???


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ButchCassidy10/08/10YesRead Review
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  1. I’m not even sure if the first issue was decent enough to warrant another $4 purchase of Aaron’s Wolverine.  I might end up changing my mind about this come Wednesday.  I ended up dropping Weapon X in almost no time so…

  2. If you didn’t like Weapon X and you didn’t like the first issue of this, I don’t think you are going to like his Wolverine stories.

    I don’t like pushing people to drop books that I think are good, but I also don’t like watching people buy books they don’t like.

  3. I think the first issue hurt from the art. The story was alright but the art was god awful

  4. First issue was a little too confusing. I hope that there’s a little bit of explanation in here.

  5. Aaron’s best Wolverine work was on Astonishing Spider-Man and Wolverine. Three page spread, one line of narration.

    Hopefully he can channel that into this.

  6. …. um, yeah …. what’s going on here? he’s in hell or something? Pretty silly, plenty of opportunities for some ultra violence but still silly. we’ll see 

  7. Know what? Hell as a comic setting has been over used.

  8. @mike absolutely rediculous.  I’ve never seen hell used in comics;)

  9. Yeah, I picked up issue 1.  I won’t be picking up issue 2.

  10. Flipped through issue one in stores, didn’t see Wolverine until the last 3rd. No thanks.

  11. I’ll pick up the book and quick read through it, but I am not buying it. The art killed the storytelling and the storytelling didn’t even interested me one bit. The only time I enjoyed reading a Wolverine title was Claremont’s and Miller’s Wolverine 1982 limited series.

  12. Gotta say I thought number 1 wqs a dud.  Not picking this up… maybe

  13. Maybe I should read #1 again to get a second opinion?  I dropped Weapon X halfway through the first arc because I figured I’d be better off just getting the HC in almost no time, and that’s what I did.  I wanna check out the second Weapon X HC too, just haven’t had much $$ to spare lately!!

    I don’t usually get sucked into buying MARVEL stuff in issues because the trades come out so damn fast, but there is hardly anything coming from DC this week so I figured I jump on to some MARVEL #1s and try something new.

  14. Avatar photo PymSlap (@alaska_nebraska) says:

    damn! love the cover with that sun-of-a-gun-Gorgon from Millar’s "Enemy of the state" & Shinjun from Miller’s Wolverine, but the ifanbase (and my eyes) are making me think the art in this is crap.

  15. I wasn’t thrilled by issue 1, but the Weapon X series was damn solid (not perfect, but some nice highs in there). I’ll give this first arc a full trial.

  16. I enjoyed this quite a bit more than the previous issue. This all seems to be an interesting twist on the whole “sins coming back to haunt the main character” motiff. I certainly want to see how this plays out.

    Also, Puck causing hell in Hell?! Next issue will surely be POTW for showing the details of this.

  17. @comicBOOKchris – Puck isn’t nearly as hairy as he should be.

  18. I was totally ready to drop this. Its not bad but its like being dropped in the middle of a story. Then Puck showed up. HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO DROP IT NOW?!?

  19. I loved this issue and I am so excited for next issue

  20. I liked this better than the first issue. The art’s still awful but story wise is fairly interesting. And a few pages in I was thinking this would be the perfec opportunity for Aaron to write the Ghost Riders again and lo and behold they show up, which definitly peaked my interest.

  21. I’ve enjoyed the story and art, so far so good

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