WARNING: This issue lives up to the title. Not for the squeamish or easily embarrassed, wink wink. Wolverine finds out why the Assassins Guild is after Domino, and it’s a funny story. Well, Domino thinks it is. But Logan is grumpy and does’t see the humor in it, probably due to the fact that Dom’s actions have put a half dozen of the worlds deadliest assassins on their trail. And then things get complicated. Ahhh, romance.


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  1. Liked, but did not love issue 1. The title is SEX and violence. Not just violence. Kissing doesn’t count, no matter how hard you do it (and Wolverince is definitely a hard kisser).

  2. Loved this. Really glad to see Dell’otto doing interiors and can’t get enough Domino and Wolverine.

  3. Why do they have to make his eyes red?  Hate how Yost portrays Wolvie, never known him to be so greedy or lascivious, but guess that’s the ‘mordern’ Wolverine for ya.

  4. does the lasciviousness not tie in with the fact that he is working in x-force, so lets loose a lot more and gives in to his more desructive tendencies?

  5. Nah, the old-school Wolvie I know, which is I guess the Chris Claremont established Wolverine, was disciplined and honorable, given all he had gone through, experience had made him morally grounded, he would not dare ‘let loose’ for risk of losing control of his beserker rage and the animal inside him, he grappled with that throughout his whole life and learned to cope with being a killer, compensating by having a strict moral code as far as who he kills.  The modern Wolvie, perpetuated by Yost amongst others, portrays him as an unthinking scrapper who delights in the prospect of killing, not the Wolvie I know from back in the day, which is I guess from the 80’s, before the Mutant Massacre and Apocalypse days of the 90’s.

  6. I thought this issue was much better than issue 1, a lot of action and ridiculous villains to *snikt snikt* but I have to say that I’m way more excited about the Uncanny X-Force by Remender in October.

  7. fair point Franktiger.

    I would however counter that by saying that the modern wolverine has learnt a lot more about himself in the intervening years since Clairmont’s day.

    He now has a complete undertanding of what type of person he is. As a result he has come to terms with the fact he has a very bad streak in him, which has grown and been ingrained over almost a century, and is now comfortable with that. As a result he is more willing to get down and dirty when the opportunity arises, knowing that it fulfills a desire in him that he has previously feared.I think the modern wolverine is the way he is because he views his previous bersereker rage as a characteristic instead of a loss of control.

     That is my take anyway.

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