Comic Books


• All New Jumping On Point!

• Written By Rising Star Cullen Bunn (Fear Itself: The Fearless, The Damned, The Sixth Gun)

Story by Cullen Bunn
Art by Paul Pelletier & David Meikis
Colors by Rain Beredo
Letters by Cory Petit
Cover by Jim Cheung, Jason Keith, Steve McNiven, Mark Morales, & Morry Hollowell

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.0%


akamuu04/25/12NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.4
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  1. Double shipping gets me trying this because the pull list. Will have to be a 5/5 to keep me.

  2. filippod filippod (@filippodee) says:

    I really wanted to try this. And R-HULK. But they are both double shipping. As a result I will not buy either. Pity as I like both Bunn and Parker.

  3. Same here, I’d really like to get this. It looks badass, but $3.99 plus double shipping is just too ridiculous for me at this point. Sorry Cullen et al, my beef is with Marvel. Maybe I’ll grab the HC on Amazon.

  4. Not bad but not good enough to warrant $3.99 with double shipping. I’ll probably pick this up whenever it eventually goes on a 99 cent digital sale but other than that I’m going to pass. 3.5/5

  5. Art was good, the story was very mediocre. Miss Aaron already

  6. I love Bunn on The Sixth Gun, but this really didn’t do it for me. Really? Another “Wolverine gets taken over / brainwashed / possesed and is forced to kill innocents” story? I feel like this has become the go to with trope with Wolverine for the last 5 years. Millar did it, Aaron did it, Brian Wood is doing a slight variation on it right now over in W&TXM: Alpha & Omega. I was really hoping for something new and exciting from Bunn, but this was just a letdown.

  7. Great disappointment. Bloody mess, brainwash, the same repetitive story. Nothing new or interesting. Looking for the next writer.

  8. I liked it just fine. Bunn has some big shoes to fill. But I’ve liked his work in the past so I’m willing to give him more of a chance than just his opening issue. Double shipping is a bitch though. Pelletier really impressed me. I’m unfamiliar with his previous work, but this looked damn good.

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