#1 Edited by The_Soverighn (1813 posts) - - Show Bio

Who Should Write Wolverine

I Have Been Having A Thought Lately

Even Tho Jocks an Paul Cornell Have Really Great Wolverine Books Out Now

I Think This Team Could Even Be Better

I Am Talking About

Peter J. Tomasi & Patrick Gleason I Have Really Enjoyed There Work Mostly There Batman and ..... Books It Has Horror, Action Great Fight Scenes An Pretty Great Stories That Seem Like They Might Suit Logan Really Well.

So I Am Gonna Post The Most Wolverine Like Scenes From There Books.

So Tell Me Do You Agree an Give Me Your Wolverine Dream Team.

#2 Edited by The_Soverighn (1813 posts) - - Show Bio

start

#3 Edited by God_Spawn (37365 posts) - - Show Bio

Cornell has currently crapped on the character for the past few months. He has done nothing notable for Logan that has impacted the character in a good way, and I'll only really condemn his Wolverine or give him some praise for the end of his Killable arc, depending on what he does as his execution and characterization for Logan have been rather off. So really anything aside from current Jason Aaron at this point might be better than Cornellverine.

As for putting Tomasi on Logan? Maybe. If I had to pick who should write Wolverine, I'd ideally go with Mark Miller. Enemy of the State is still one of my favorite Wolverine stories, and he gets the character. Miller also introduced to us what was easily the most badass Wolverine villain in quite some time in the Gorgon. Out of recent times, I enjoyed Zeb Wells' take on Logan. I had a few gripes here and there, but I had a lot fun reading his mini arc. I think he should have stayed on with the book.

Throw either in with Del'Otto and I'd be totally set.

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#4 Posted by TheAcidSkull (17344 posts) - - Show Bio

@god_spawn: what about peter david? he' writing X-factor and i've liked his wolverine for what i've seen.

#5 Posted by God_Spawn (37365 posts) - - Show Bio
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#6 Posted by TheAcidSkull (17344 posts) - - Show Bio

@theacidskull: He could probably pull a good one.

yeah, tho i doubt marvel would give him a chance.

#7 Posted by AllStarSuperman (20233 posts) - - Show Bio

Greg pak

#8 Posted by TheAcidSkull (17344 posts) - - Show Bio

ANYWAYS...

I have fare-share of choices i'd love to go with

Peter David- Peter David has written wolverine before and i have to say that his version was one of my personal favorites. not to mention the fact that it was HE who put wolverine on the map as Hulks rival. so yeah, i'd like to see his take on logan.

Greg Pak- i think greg pak understands the INNER demon scenarios so putting him on wolverine would make sense, i've only seen his logan in The "banner and Son" arc and i thought he was written well, despite being owned by Bruce >:P

Brian V.Vaughan- Brian has an interesting style of writing and all of his work is loved by basically everyone so i wouldn't mind him getting this chance.

Yost- no reason required.

Jeff Parker- He made red hulk awesome. need i say more?

#9 Posted by Wolverine08 (38886 posts) - - Show Bio

Rick Remender gets my vote.

#10 Posted by Wolverine08 (38886 posts) - - Show Bio

Rick Remender gets my vote.

#11 Posted by Billy Batson (57784 posts) - - Show Bio

Brian *K. Vaughan- Brian has an interesting style of writing and all of his work is loved by basically everyone so i wouldn't mind him getting this chance.

He already did a mini called Logan.

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#12 Posted by TheAcidSkull (17344 posts) - - Show Bio

@theacidskull said:

Brian *K. Vaughan- Brian has an interesting style of writing and all of his work is loved by basically everyone so i wouldn't mind him getting this chance.

He already did a mini called Logan.

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How was it?

#13 Posted by TheAcidSkull (17344 posts) - - Show Bio

Rick Remender gets my vote.

BOOO! BOOOOOOOOO!

#14 Posted by Wolverine08 (38886 posts) - - Show Bio

@theacidskull: I've liked his Wolverine in Uncanny X-Force :) Brian K. Vaughn gets is my other choice. I recently read his "Logan" mini series from 2008, and it was one of the most well written and poignant Wolverine stories I have read in a while. Dude has got Wolverine down.

#15 Edited by TheAcidSkull (17344 posts) - - Show Bio

@theacidskull: I've liked his Wolverine in Uncanny X-Force :) Brian K. Vaughn gets is my other choice. I recently read his "Logan" mini series from 2008, and it was one of the most well written and poignant Wolverine stories I have read in a while. Dude has got Wolverine down.

I'm planning on reading it :P

#16 Posted by Wolverine08 (38886 posts) - - Show Bio

Yeah, after thinking about it, let Brian K. Vaughn write a Wolverine solo. He'd kill it.

#17 Posted by Billy Batson (57784 posts) - - Show Bio

@billy_batson said:

@theacidskull said:

Brian *K. Vaughan- Brian has an interesting style of writing and all of his work is loved by basically everyone so i wouldn't mind him getting this chance.

He already did a mini called Logan.

BB

How was it?

It was alright.

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#18 Posted by knighthood (1693 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm liking Jason Starr's Wolvie Max. Logan in a noir-type book plagued with memory loss. Too bad it isn't 616. In fact that's the only solo Wolverine book I like at the moment.

#19 Posted by TDK_1997 (14471 posts) - - Show Bio

Cornell's Wolverine has been really bad from the start and I can't see the series getting any better if Cornell continues with the same tone.I would really like to see Mark Millar again on Wolverine since his Enemy of the State was so great and with him probably Rick Remender.Remender did a great job with Wolverine and rest of the characters in UXF.

#20 Edited by Jake Fury (18166 posts) - - Show Bio

Just read the first trade for Cornell's series and it was a bit lackluster. Maybe because I find Nick Fury Jr extremely boring. I think he's trying to make Logan almost too human. However, I do think it has some potential.

How have issues 7-9 been?

#21 Edited by longbowhunter (6799 posts) - - Show Bio

I'm not a dyed in the wool Wolverine fan. But if Remender did a solo Wolverine book I'd read it. My shop currently has BKV's Logan at 1/2 price. Think I'll pick that up.

#22 Edited by ImagineMan16 (466 posts) - - Show Bio

Yeah, after thinking about it, let Brian K. Vaughn write a Wolverine solo. He'd kill it.

I think we should let Brian K. Vaughn write everything.

#23 Edited by Wolverine08 (38886 posts) - - Show Bio

@longbowhunter: Pick it up man. You'll love it, and I bet you'll become a dyed in the wool Wolverine fan :)

#24 Posted by QueenCorp15 (1022 posts) - - Show Bio

Obviously mark waid with andrea sorrentino on art

#25 Edited by BattheMan008 (309 posts) - - Show Bio

Waid or Bendis, since he's already writing X-Men. Question, is "Killable" worth reading, or no?

#26 Posted by IrishX (2324 posts) - - Show Bio

Kyle/Yost - Writing & Mike Deodato Jr. - Art

This is how it should be.

#27 Edited by Wolverine08 (38886 posts) - - Show Bio

@irishx said:

Kyle/Yost - Writing & Mike Deodato Jr. - Art

This is how it should be.

I love Mike Deadtato Jr.'s Wolverine!

#28 Posted by Jake Fury (18166 posts) - - Show Bio

@irishx said:

Kyle/Yost - Writing & Mike Deodato Jr. - Art

This is how it should be.

Sold!!!!

#29 Posted by Wolverine08 (38886 posts) - - Show Bio

@wolverine08 said:

Yeah, after thinking about it, let Brian K. Vaughn write a Wolverine solo. He'd kill it.

I think we should let Brian K. Vaughn write everything.

Hell yeah! Everything would be fantastic then, but I doubt Vaughn could handle that much work. Lol.

#30 Posted by The_Soverighn (1813 posts) - - Show Bio

really good teams

#31 Posted by longbowhunter (6799 posts) - - Show Bio

@wolverine08: I've been reading all the trades for 100 Bullets and I'm in love with Eduardo Risso's work. That plus Vaughn has been one of my favorite writers for years. Thanks for the push man.

#32 Posted by Wolverine08 (38886 posts) - - Show Bio

@longbowhunter:

No prob man. It was Vaughn producing high quality work as usual. One of the best Wolverine stories I have read in a while. I hope you enjoy it.

#33 Posted by God_Spawn (37365 posts) - - Show Bio

As long as Spider-Man stays out of the picture, Yost could do a pretty good Wolverine. I enjoyed his Wolverine in Psylocke: Kill Matsuo. And Logan was done much better in his Scarlet Spider crossover than he did in Superior. Yost jobbed him.

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#34 Posted by Jake Fury (18166 posts) - - Show Bio

@wolverine08: @god_spawn: Have Cornell's latest issues been better than Hunting Season? Just read that trade yesterday and it was pretty lackluster.

#35 Posted by Squares (4950 posts) - - Show Bio

Nobody, ever.

Also, you don't need to capitalize every word in a sentence.

#36 Edited by God_Spawn (37365 posts) - - Show Bio

@jake_fury: Funny you should ask. I am currently writing a response on another tab since you asked. I'll have it posted in a minute.

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#37 Posted by Jake Fury (18166 posts) - - Show Bio

@god_spawn: Haha, nice. Hit me up when it's good to go.

#38 Edited by God_Spawn (37365 posts) - - Show Bio

@jake_fury:

How have issues 7-9 been?

God awful. Cornell is basically redoing a scenario situation to Fatal Attractions, except this time Wolverine has been stripped of his manhood and ability to fight. So you read the first trade, you know his healing factor is gone right? Well if you don't mind spoilers, please read ahead.

So Logan loses his healing factor, not the first time this has happened, but now Logan is a little b*tch. He was b*tching because he cut himself shaving. He almost cried when Beast hugged him because he will age normally and can die. He yelled at a guy for almost running him over. He was freaking out because he has allergies. He flipped a table and punched Thor because Thor was immortal. He went to Kurt's grave for some reason. He had a nice moment with Storm, but that was it. He fights Black Panther but keeps running into his fists because "his fighting style is dependent on his healing factor", which is just a bunch of bullsh*t because Logan uses his HF to his advantage because he is lazy and doesn't have to dodge, it doesn't mean he can't. He then gets into a fight with Batroc, and the Leaper goes on for like 3 pages avoiding every single hit from Logan while administering plenty of his own. Logan gets one stab and the fight is over, but he also mentions he got lazy and lost some skill for an unknown reason. Batroc mentions there is a bounty on his head and that is pretty much it.

None of this makes sense since in the last two years writers have been trying to get away from that healing factor only aspect. Bendis showed him to be on par with Iron Fist. Brubaker made Wolverine and Cap fight to be relatively on the same level with each other, but I think Logan looked a bit better. Yost gave props to Wolverine's skill level. Remender made him kill Daken. Jason Aaron made Logan know alien pressure points just through him studying to be the best at combat. He's also beaten Sabretooth a few times as well. Point is, we have a handful of writers showing Logan is more than just a healing factor with claws. Cornell kind of erases all of that with his current arc and is doing a scenario that Logan was already kind of in with Fatal Attractions. The main difference is Logan didn't at least even have the adamantium, and he was still training and fighting skillfully.

He doesn't need his ady or HF to be a badass. Cornell doesn't get it.

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#39 Posted by Jake Fury (18166 posts) - - Show Bio
#40 Posted by daredevil21134 (10930 posts) - - Show Bio

Mark Waid.I would love for him to turn Wolverine into a swashbuckling hero

#41 Posted by The_Soverighn (1813 posts) - - Show Bio

Hey Guys What About brian azzarello he is a solid writer an is amazing at dark an gritty stuff.

#42 Posted by Wolverine08 (38886 posts) - - Show Bio

@jake_fury:

How have issues 7-9 been?

God awful. Cornell is basically redoing a scenario situation to Fatal Attractions, except this time Wolverine has been stripped of his manhood and ability to fight. So you read the first trade, you know his healing factor is gone right? Well if you don't mind spoilers, please read ahead.

So Logan loses his healing factor, not the first time this has happened, but now Logan is a little b*tch. He was b*tching because he cut himself shaving. He almost cried when Beast hugged him because he will age normally and can die. He yelled at a guy for almost running him over. He was freaking out because he has allergies. He flipped a table and punched Thor because Thor was immortal. He went to Kurt's grave for some reason. He had a nice moment with Storm, but that was it. He fights Black Panther but keeps running into his fists because "his fighting style is dependent on his healing factor", which is just a bunch of bullsh*t because Logan uses his HF to his advantage because he is lazy and doesn't have to dodge, it doesn't mean he can't. He then gets into a fight with Batroc, and the Leaper goes on for like 3 pages avoiding every single hit from Logan while administering plenty of his own. Logan gets one stab and the fight is over, but he also mentions he got lazy and lost some skill for an unknown reason. Batroc mentions there is a bounty on his head and that is pretty much it.

None of this makes sense since in the last two years writers have been trying to get away from that healing factor only aspect. Bendis showed him to be on par with Iron Fist. Brubaker made Wolverine and Cap fight to be relatively on the same level with each other, but I think Logan looked a bit better. Yost gave props to Wolverine's skill level. Remender made him kill Daken. Jason Aaron made Logan know alien pressure points just through him studying to be the best at combat. He's also beaten Sabretooth a few times as well. Point is, we have a handful of writers showing Logan is more than just a healing factor with claws. Cornell kind of erases all of that with his current arc and is doing a scenario that Logan was already kind of in with Fatal Attractions. The main difference is Logan didn't at least even have the adamantium, and he was still training and fighting skillfully.

He doesn't need his ady or HF to be a badass. Cornell doesn't get it.

What he said.

#43 Posted by Wolverine08 (38886 posts) - - Show Bio

@squares said:

Nobody, ever.

Also, you don't need to capitalize every word in a sentence.

NO!

#44 Edited by The_Soverighn (1813 posts) - - Show Bio

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