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Finally back in his own body, Wolverine is on a mission to get revenge on everyone involved with sending him to Hell. First on his list, Mystique.The GoodI'm really enjoying the fact that we're 9 issues in, and it's technically still the same story arc. Now that Wolverine is in his own body, it's time to go after the people that put him in there. As we saw in the last issue, the only thing in Wolverine's mind is literally revenge, and by golly, he's going to get it.There's a lot of great action ...6 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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I would have to honestly say this is my pick of the week! Wolverine by Jason Aaron has dragged me to the pits of Hell and back and I just cannot get enough of it. In the last issue Wolverine was literally in the fight for his life, if not his soul. After just barely overcoming numerous obstacles Wolverine has little time for rest, because he is on a warpath of revenge. I think whats most refreshing about this issue is first and foremost Daniel Acuna's art. each page is like dash of van gogh colo...0 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Ok, I like Wolverine a lot, I admire Jason Aaron's writing and I dig a lot Acuna's unique talent and style, so why such a low rating? SPOILERS ALERTI don't even know where to start from, oh wait, let's not go too far, let's start with the principle, basic rules of geography and physics: in this spectacular issue, Jason Aaron creates a hit-man, named Lord Deathstrike, ok, a new character, that's good right? Not so much, since he has a technologie that allows him to shoot a man from Argentina to C...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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