The Old Man Logan: Part 2 wiki last edited by comicguy2 on 08/25/13 06:12PM View full history

Logan owes the Hulk Gang. He owes them big, and they’re not the kind to let a debt slide, even for the guy who—50 years ago—called himself Wolverine. So Logan’s agreed to a crazy ride across America with the blind archer, Hawkeye, to deliver a package to the East Coast. First stop: San Francisco…but only if Logan and Hawkeye can make it past—the GHOST RIDERS. MARK MILLAR and STEVE MCNIVEN—the best-selling creative team of the 21st century—continue the biggest Wolverine story the future has ever seen! Part 2 (of 8)

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Yearning for more 0

I like the way Millar isn't giving up too much of the story future and past.  The short glimpse into the past leaves me anticipating.  Most of all I am seething for the Logan we all know and love to re-emerge from his passive shell.  I enjoy the passive aspect but......

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A Wolverine Story I actually enjoy for once... 0

Lets face it, Marvel's secondary whore doesn't always have the best comics. They'll slap this dude's face on anything if it will help sell something. He's the equivalent of Superman, unbeatable, boring, and everything a Marvel exec thinks a hip generation would love. I've despised this character from the bottom of my core since I stopped reading Wolverine in 1996. Origin was the first book featuring this guy I actually liked, until now. This book features a different Wolverine/Logan/James/Weapon...

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