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Had enough yet? Neither have we!!! Red-hot writer Damon Lindelof (LOST) and superstar artist Leinil Francis Yu (Secret Invasion) conclude the slobberknocker of the century!

With his mission a wreck and Fury hot on his trail, can Wolverine pull himself together (literally & figuratively!!) to do what he does best before Hulk pounds him into oblivion first? Don’t miss this explosive final chapter as the battle between Berserker and Behemoth goes to ELEVEN!!

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That's a heavy boulder 0

Okay, so I've been critical of this series most of the last half of it's run. I haven't read the issues, just paged through them, this I did read and will be buying the TPB.It would seem to me that the opening where Wolverine threatens Betsy Ross is very similar to how he threatened Spider-Woman in New Avengers this time last year or so. Betsy isn't too fond of this and hulks out and a fight happens. There is some covering of She-Hulk's butt in one shot leading me to believe Marvel doesn't like ...

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Good but an anti-climax 0

It was good, but an unsatisfying end really as (Spoilers) Wolverine and the Hulk become best buddies and walk off into the sunset together. What makes this book good is that Damon Lindoff writes excellent dialogue between the characters and it has amazing art, really amazing (Yu is one of the best in my opinion). I’ve enjoyed the series over all; this issue was just a bit of an anti-climax. Please check out my bog -

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