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Jason Aaron is writing, perhaps, one of the most interesting Wolverine stories that I have read. Things started with Logan's body possessed and his soul sent down to hell. From then on, things have been building to what we have now, Wolverine's Revenge. With each issue of Wolverine that comes out, I get extremely excited to see what Aaron has planned next. Each issue is full of action, tells a great story, and is unexpected. This issue was great, but it didn't completely blow me away. Very much...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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The structure of Wolverine #11 is strikingly similiar to the previous issue. Fortunately the end product is just as satisfying as issue #10. Writer Jason Aaron continues his "Wolverine's Revenge" storyline with Logan tearing through the compound of the mysterious Red Right Hand. He faces off against Shadow Stalker, a rather uninteresting villian who serves more as a speed bump in Wolverine's quest for vengeance. The battle gives the story the almost expected gritty violence you normally find in...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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