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Explore the people and places of the World of M! In Black Panther, a United Africa - ruled over by Storm and T'Challa - has become an economic powerhouse and a thorn in Magneto's side. When Storm speaks out about the persistence of supremacist notions in the mutant-controlled world, a furious Magneto is determined to stop her at any cost. In Captain America, see Steve Rogers move from the '40s to the present day - bearing witness to a changing landscape, and watching as man becomes the minority and mutant the ruler. And in The Pulse, House of M mastermind Brian Michael Bendis peels a shocking layer off the mystery of the Marvel Universe that no Avengers fan (old or new) dare miss! Collects Wolverine #33-35, Black Panther #7, Captain America #10, The Pulse #10.

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NOTE: This review is just for the Wolverine issues (#33-35).I've been trying to get through as many of my graphic novels, and comics series as I can, reviewing them along the way, whilst also reading the Marvel events that fall in between. I also plan on reading the series at the same time, reading each story that falls in line (e.g. a Spider-Man story followed by an Avengers, followed by something else, then back to Spider-Man). I've finally come to start re-reading my Wolverine collection, wit...

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