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Wolverine's history with Captain America revealed! In the early days of WWII, before America's "official" involvement in the war, Captain America, still wet behind the ears, embarked on a clandestine mission to the island nation of Madripoor. Guess who he met there? And guess what? It wasn't a coincidence. Plus Logan & Cap's first WWII meeting from Uncanny X-Men #268.

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Is there any hope left? 0

There is no denying that the last story arc of Wolverine: Origins was awful. The character of Daken was poorly conceived, and inconsistent. It would be impossible to describe what his character is like since he acted differently from issue to issue. If there was one highlight of that arc it was the ending. We got a glimpse of the origins of Department H and it was actually a little bit intriguing... not only that but something that caught everyone by surprise is that issue #15 and the Annual act...

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Great tie in for Uncanny XMEN#268 0

Only read this comic if U have Uncanny XMEN#268 open and ready-this book ties in with the story in issue#268 perfect-now their some flaws but if we were looking for reality comics are not where U start--This issue of Wolverine Origins expands the past of Wolverine by exploring the secret mission he has in WW2 as a mercenary- Bad guy?? Why not! He retells the story while visiting the memorial for CAP America. Clearly drinking in a Museum or something no one notices and he shows his ulterior motiv...

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