The Old Man Logan, Part 3 wiki last edited by tphoenix on 05/08/14 11:23PM View full history

50 years after the super heroes died, WOLVERINE and the blind archer, HAWKEYE, continue their journey across a ruined America. Next stop: Cedar City, Utah—home of the man who killed Magneto: the all-new, all-different KINGPIN! And he isn’t about to let Logan and Hawkeye pass without paying the toll… Plus: the secret of Hawkeye’s daughter is revealed! The biggest WOLVERINE story of the century by the best-selling creative team of the millennium continues! PART 3 (of 8).

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I don't want this to end 0

I can't belive how much I'm enjoying "Old Man Logan."  What's not to like?  It's written by Mark Millar and drawn by Steve McNiven.  That's reason enough to like it right there.  There's also a version of Wolverine we haven't already seen a million times plus Hawkeye's in it.  The idea that Wolverine hasn't popped his claws in fifty years is intriguing.  We still don't know what happened to him and why he is so against conflict.   And let's not forget that the Spider-buggy is in it too.This is t...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

My review is probably a lot like G-Man's 0

I've probably said this before, I hate Wolverine. He's a "extreme" version of Captain America in many ways. The worst part is, he's everywhere. I can't turn to the left without seeing that stupid costume right in front of my stupid face. Every arc of his comic, that I've read, has sucked with a few exceptions.Wolverine Origins (6 Issue Mini-series) Wolverine Origins: Deadpool Run Thankfully, I can add one more to that short list: Old Man Logan. Thank god someone gave this guy a little more dep...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Old Guys Kick Ass! 0

This issue was pretty wick, that's for sure.  I honestly don't think there's a single thing that I can complain about with this issue.  Actually, the only thing that I can kinda shrug my head at is the whole genealogy aspect of it.  So, Spider-Man had a daughter who is black and hooked up with Hawkeye (perv!) to produce the new Spider-Girl(Woman)?  The only thing that doesn't make sense there, and it may have been explained in a previous issue (catching up on the last two years of comics here), ...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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