Review by: keith7198

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Story by Jason Aaron
Art by Renato Guedes & Jose Wilson Magahales
Colors by Matthew Wilson
Letters by Cory Petit
Cover by Jae Lee, June Chung

Size: pages
Price: 3.99

“Wolverine” # 10 the first part to writer Jason Aaron’s “Wolverine’s Revenge” story arc (a title that is perfectly befitting last issue as well).

For the sake of not spoiling anything, after last issue’s climactic ending, Wolverine aquires the location to the headquarters of The Red Right Hand, a black organization responsible for sending Wolverine’s soul to Hell. As the title blatantly suggests, Logan arrives in Mexico to deal out a healthy dose of revenge. Once again Aaron puts together a well structured issue, this time revealing the creation and motivations of The Red Right Hand through a series of interesting flashbacks. While there is some gritty Wolverine action, the flashbacks make up the majority of the book. Aaron gives the villianous group some life and while this may not be what some want from a Wolvie book, I thoroughly enjoyed it.

I was happy to see Renato Guedes back on the book and his work here is pretty good. While the action sequences seemed a little bland, his 1920’s flashback sequences were fantastic. The period details are great, from the clothing to the older film tint tone of each flashback panel. These panels alone make the book worth grabbing.

This was an issue that we new would be coming. It’s the issue we find out who The Red Right Hand is and why they hate Wolverine. But don’t let that fool you. This is a very satisfying issue that should serve as a perfect setup for Wolverine’s revenge that we all know is coming.

Story: 4 - Very Good
Art: 4 - Very Good


  1. I was a bit disappointed in this issue. I enjoyed the backstory regarding the Red Right Hand. However, Cannon Foot was totally lame and some of Wolvie’s dialogue in the opening was just bad. 

  2. I can certainly see your point. Cannon Foot was pretty goofy. Fortunately the flashback sequences made up the majority of the issue. The “then” stuff was head and shoulders above the “now” stuff. I just enjoyed the flashbacks a lot.

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