Review: Wolverine #8
It's the conclusion to Wolverine goes to Hell. Enjoy all the cameos because you won't see these characters again for quite some time.
The GoodWolverine isn't a funny book, but I actually laughed out loud a few times over two specific pages. Thanks, I needed that. Aside from that, this was a great conclusion to an interesting story. I love Acuna's work on this book, and while I know he gets a lot of guff because of his style, Acuna's art brings a new dimension to this book. Sure, it's not the same type of art you're used to, but it gives this book an identity.
As for Jason Aaron, I still think he's cat's pajamas as the writer for Wolverine. This book feels like it moves forward with each issue. We've technically gone through two story arcs: one with Wolverine in Hell, and the other with the X-Men trying to stop the demon inhabited body of Wolverine, and the transitions feel natural. Even the set-up for the next arc feels natural. There's nothing worse than a story that feels forced, a problem this book doesn't have.