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• Logan, Yukio And Amiko Invade The Secret Cave Headquarters Of The Hand To Save The Silver Samurai

• The Big Finale Of The Hand/Yakuza War!

• The Puppetmaster Is Finally Revealed

• This Ending Will Forever Change The Landscape For Wolverine In Japan.

Story by Jason Aaron
Art by Billy Tan, Steven Sanders, & Paco Diaz
Colors by Matt Milla, Sotocolor, Jim Charalampidis, & Rachelle Rosenberg
Letters by Chris Eliopoulos
Cover by Brandon Peterson

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  1. IS this Jason Aarons last issue?

  2. If this is, then Marvel was able to get me to buy one issue of Wolverine that I don’t want: the one that ships later this month that isn’t Aaron’s.

    My pull list is title by the month.

    There zero percent chance of keeping me reading this title has just become a possibility.

    Still very unlikely.

    • No the next issue 304 which ships I think second week of April or something is Jason Aaron’s last issue

    • Thanks for the clarification.

      Still will be in the same situation if they double ship next month.

      I love double shipping but not when there is a writer change in the same month.

  3. This story had potential… but god damn art problems. The transitions between artists have been terrible. I’ve loved Aaron’s run thus far, so I’ll ride out the art situation, but… Anyone else excited about Bunn’s stuff coming down the pipe? He has Pelletier on art and heralds the return of Dr. Rot. BOOOOoooSh!!

    • I’m excited. I love Bunn’s stuff, plus Pelletier on art is nothing to sneeze at either.

    • I completely agree about the art problems in this arc (the Sanders stuff especially), but I still really liked the issue and really loved what Aaron’s doing with Sabertooth. I was gonna drop it after Aaron left, but I love The Sixth Gun, so I’m curious to see what Cullen Bunn will do with it.

  4. I’m glad that’s over. At first I was excited to see Aaron handle the Japan side of Logan, but it fell a little flat in my opinion. I just didn’t care about what was going on at all. This has been my least favorite arc of Aaron’s, but damn was that a good run. Here’s hoping his last issue is a memorable one.

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