Sins of the Father...and the Son
What started as a good story, now presents itself victim of it´s own dellusion of grandeur and excess of mystery. Putting so many antagonists and unusual players into a plot, which details are scarce at least, meaning Jason Aaron isn´t spilling any beans here, doesn´t interest if for lack of good answers to give or just pure and plain sadism, resulted in this weak, quite untolerable issue. This issue only matters because of the previous three and for the beautiful, yet in reason of the weak narrative, not so interesting art of Renato Guedes. And why this issue wasn´t great as the other three quoted above? Because there´s no link with reality: the battle between Logan and Devil is ridiculous (how can a sword that big does no damage in Logan?), Logan hurting Warren, Colossus and Kitty wasn´t interesting (it´s quite the opposite, it was dull and hard to explain how Warren will ever see again), the coup in Hell is dull, Mystique and her aliies getting Demon Logan was innacurate (how did they know Logan was there? How can a demon like Ghost Rider subdue other demon, in a higher class than his?). This arc story reached a point where there should be more answers than questions, and unfortunally that´s not how Aaron choosed to play, and that bad decision reflected in Renato Guedes´art, that really tried to put all his effort and save this issue, but he isn´t that good to make a bad plot become a nice and interesting story. Even the dialogues and Logan´s captions (what were great feats in Aaron´s writing) weren´t good, sharp and creative, boardering boredom and repetition.
3.5 out 5 (Only because of the art and colors)