The time-twisting saga of the all-new Deathlok continues as Wolverine battles an army of cyborg assassins on two fronts: in the present, Logan must keep Captain America from becoming the latest casualty on the Deathlok hit list, while in the future an aging, battle-ravaged Logan leads a last-ditch effort to shut down the Deathloks once and for all.

WRITER: Jason Aaron
PENCILS: Ron Garney
COLORED BY: Mark Hoffmeier
LETTERED BY: Jared Fletcher
COVER BY: Ron Garney

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.6%


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  1. The premise for this arc is not original but man is it awesome. Who can say no to cyborg assassins?

  2. Isn’t that Bucky’s armor, not Steve’s?

  3. Yeah Bucky’s the Captain America Deathlok is after in this issue. Steve Rogers was the focus of the none deadlok story last issue but Bucky is the focus here. 

  4. The last couple of issues of this has completely renewed my interest in Wolverine. Its been amazing.

  5. @glwarm- Hopefully deathlok gets as confused as I do, and his cyborg brain(or whatever it is) explodes.

  6. Ruo that would be hilarious. 

  7. The best Wolverine has been in a long time.

  8. Yawn.  I almost completely forgot this series was still being published.

  9. Too bad Grandturk. Too bad. I feel sorry for u. 

  10. I’m giving this arc one more try.  Last issue was cool, but barely blew me away.  I think I might just stay on Aaron’s Punisher MAX for my JA fix instead, just like I might switch over to SHIELD for my Hickman…

  11. Hey since my cable sub (thank god) is over I called marvel and switched to this, how many back issues should I grab? I may just grab the whole run (Easter money, thanks Jesus!) any thoughts?

  12. @Peterparker  I think going back two issues is sufficent.  Pick up the oneshot about Wolvies new girlfriend and the first issue of this arc (both were GREAT). Alot of people really loved the "Insane in the Brain" arc (#6-#9), but I could take it or leave it.

  13. Two of my favorite Marvel characters Wolverine and Deathlok together in a comic.  This is pre awesomeness.

  14. @Alanrob thans! U saved me some bucks!

  15. Where was John Conner in this issue?

  16. This title is the book that every Wolverine fan should be reading. In the wake of years worth of event faitgue and character over-exposure, Jason Aaron comes along and does the impossible. He writes a stand-alone, self-contained romp in Wolverine’s shoes. In my opinion, the guy just gets him.

    When I read Aaron’s Logan, I’m reminded of all the reasons I love the character. Reasons I’ve lost sight of in the past couple of years. Hell, a few months ago I dropped Wolverine for the first time in like 12 years. Why? Because for the first time in 12 years it DOESN’T STAR WOLVERINE! (Yes I understand the concept of Dark Reign, I just think it’s dumb). But I digress.

    Aaron obviously has a love for characters that were popular in the 90’s, and he seems to have a serious interest in keeping them alive and interesting. He understands that not every story has to blow your mind or change the character’s world forever. He just wants to write some fun stories. I find it refreshing, and he’s got my money as long as he keeps it up.

  17. Yes, it’s very Terminatorish. But I’m having a lot of fun with it.

  18. As Wolvie’s melting away, he’s calling out for his mommy…tee hee.

  19. This should be renamed "Wolverine" and droped back to $2.99. Oh and I would like a magical fairy princess to appear and give me a pot of gold and a Helm of invisibilty.

    But seriously, the sales numbers indicate people are missing this because of the name. Change the name, make this the prime book again. Stupid to have your best writer and art on a book people are not buying because it is the third Wolverine book.

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