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Prepare for the clash of steel, as Wolverine, a master-less warrior seeks ultimate revenge in this super-powered epic! But unlike the other Ronin of this era who are without direction or resolve, Logan still holds fast to the tenants of the Samurai. He is a man who has been wronged more times than he can remember. He is a man who has a score to settle. He is a man who cannot be killed. He is Logan…the first of the 5 Ronin!

5 Books, 5 Heroes—1 unforgettable story of heroes pushed to their limits. It is 17th century Japan, a time and place of violent upheaval, wandering Ronin, and mysterious Geisha. Into this strange and dangerous world come Wolverine, Pyslocke, Punisher, Hulk and Deadpool. Five of Marvel’s greatest heroes…as you’ve never seen them before. Each has been wronged by a powerful tyrant. Each has taken a solemn vow…of vengeance!5 Books, 5 Heroes, 5 Weeks…1 spell-binding story.

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4.17 stars 4.17/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews

The one who cannot die 0

I was very curious towards this miniseries: "Marvel´s heroes in feudal Japan,hmmm,what good can come out of it?" and so I bought this and was astonished and amazed of how intelligent the concept and the story created by Milligan were - the way the 5 stories are connected is so interesting and makes it feel there´s an unity, a decent plot behind all the the marketing, so this 5 Ronin (not all of them are Ronin per say, only Wolverine is a true Ronin, the others are people betrayed by the same man...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Not a terrible start 0

I am not a huge fan of Wolverine. I've been so over-saturated with him over the years where I groan each time I see a Wolverine titled book. However, I wanted to read this series in hopes that it would capture everything that I enjoyed with the last historical book I read, 1602. I hoped to see an accurate period setting that portrayed mutants in a believable way, rather than just the usual insertion.   Wolverine looks pretty good in this book. It took me a few panels to get used to his wild hair...

6 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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