Wolverine and Captain America: Brothers in Arms

I've been having such a hard time with Wolverine: Origins.  I know some like it.  Heck, I keep buying it for some reason.  In my opinion, the story just feels so slowly paced.  It just feels like it's been taking so long just to tell the story of Wolverine's son, Daken.  And he's such a let down.  Nice hair, dude.  I don't have anything against mohawks but it just looks lame on him.  I get that he has "daddy issues" but get over it. 

But this storyline looks like it could be better.  I'll admit, Steve Dillon's art creeps me out a little.  It's good but something about the way he draws the eyes.  Can't really put my finger on it.  Soooo, this is me keeping my fingers crossed over this story arc.

Captain America and Logan’s history is finally revealed in the five part series “Our War!” Daniel Way and Steve Dillon bring us back to a time when America wasn’t “officially” involved in WWII and Captain America was still a young soldier.. And it all kicks off in Wolverine Origins #16, featuring covers by fan-favorites Ed McGuinness and Marko Djurdjevic.

The naïve, newly enlisted super-soldier is sent on a covert mission to Madripoor. Just one guess who he meets there. That’s right…Captain America! And it’s looking like their meeting was no coincidence either. Also included in this stunning issue is a reprint of Uncanny X-Men #268, Marvel’s first WWII story featuring Logan and Cap, in which they rescue a young Black Widow.

The breakout hit Wolverine: Origins continues to stun and amaze fans as Daniel Way and Steve Dillon reveal the history of Marvel’s infamous anti-hero. Don’t miss the long-awaited, secret history of two of Marvel’s greatest heroes! Also, check out the stunning Wolverine: Origins #16 poster by Ed McGuinness.

Written by DANIEL WAY
Penciled by STEVE DILLON
50/50 Cover by ED MCGUINNESS
Parental Advisory …$3.99
FOC - 7/26, On-Sale – 8/15/2007

FOC – 7/19/2007
On-Sale 8/8/2007

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