In the crazed conclusion to “Insane In the Brain,” Logan’s stay in the whacked-out Dunwich Sanatorium finally comes to an end as his pals Psylocke and Nightcrawler show up to rescue him from the maniac clutches of Dr. Rot. But even if they can save his life, is it possible to recover what he’s lost of his sanity?

WRITER: Jason Aaron
PENCILS: Yanick Paquette
COLORED BY: Nathan Fairbairn
LETTERED BY: VC - Cory Petit
COVER BY: Adam Kubert

Price: $3.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 9.3%


JesTr01/20/10NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.8
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  1. This story arc has been awesome!

  2. Kubert needs to quit doing covers and get back to doing Wolverine monthly!  *sigh* A guy can dream.

  3. Yeah, I remember the ’90s when both Kubert bros. were doing regular monthly work. At the time I don’t think fans recognized how special that was.

    This arc has been pretty damn good. I didn’t read this title during the first storyline, but I took a chance on this one and it really paid off. When I started to think "Good so far, but how is this story gonna keep my interest for another _ issues?", Aaron added a new layer to it. Good stuff.

  4. Damn…I forgot to buy the last issue of this. A really good quirky horror story.

  5. This arc has been so much fun.  I really hope Aaron keeps bring different genres to this book.

  6. @flapjaxx: You should check out the first arch.  While it is a very different feel than this one, I ended up loving it.

  7. Aaron is nailing each and every issue of this series. The first arc was brilliant and this one is just as good but in a completely different way.

  8. I thought GLC #44 was going to be my POTW. After reading this we have a new contender. Check out my review. Aaron can really close a story well.

  9. Wow this was bad. And we have to look forward to more of this Dr Rot character? Might need to drop this Wolvie book, too.

    Was that the least relevant or necessary or interesting team-up ever?

  10. This was  awesome,,,it had a very Re-Animator  feel to it…..


  11. I dont know…just not sure this is good (or relevant) enough to keep picking up.

  12. I don’t feel every story or title has to be intrinsically tied to the center of the marvel universe and it’s current crossovers de jur.  This was a quality horror story and I feel Wolverine fits right into horror as well as he does superhero stories.  Taking the story as it’s own entity, this is easily a 5 out of 5.  And I for one look forward to future apearences of the good doctor.  Maybe he can screw with someone else like Peter Parker for example.

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