peteparker's Wolverine #15 - Wolverine No More review

More grave digging please, less Dog!

Posted by kmiller9959

20 pages for $3.99? I was excited to start picking up Wolverine but that's not going to happen now. This is not a good business model for Marvel to have when DC is currently generating massive amounts of attention for their entire line, almost all of which are cheaper. With all the ads that Marvel puts in their books they should be giving them away.

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