Wolverine

Wolverine

Volume 1, Hunting Season

Graphic Novel - 2013
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Pay attention very closely: there's a mystery here that even Wolverine hasn't sniffed out yet. When Wolverine finds himself the bargaining chip in a hostage situation, he must make a decision that will follow him forever...literally! How can a berserker fight what he can't see? And how far will he go to assert his humanity in the face of the unknown? Guest-starring Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.! Then, Wolverine has to track down a boy on a deadly rampage before he does the unthinkable! How will Logan defeat an enemy with no permanent body to slash and claw? And what does the Watcher have to do with all of this? Find out when superstars Paul Cornell (CAPTAIN BRITAIN AND MI:13, Doctor Who, Action Comics) and Alan Davis (AVENGERS, CLANDESTINE, EXCALIBUR, UNCANNY X-MEN) take on the Wolverine!

COLLECTING: Wolverine 1-6



Baker & Taylor
Wolverine's decision to save a little boy's life puts him in a hostage situation; in another tale, New York City is faced with a biological attack, and Wolverine faces a foe without a body.

Publisher: New York : Marvel Worldwide, Inc., 2013.
ISBN: 9780785183969
0785183965
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly col. ill. ; 26 cm.
Alternative Title: Hunting season

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Jan 27, 2014

Wolverine contends with an enemy that infests human hosts and is causing mayhem and chaos. Surprisingly, he thinks his way through things instead of the standard slash, stab, and claw tactics so common to the character. This collection features a very good creative team who frankly deserves better than Wolverine, a character who I've never liked. Still, they do some good work with him. Cornell is one of the best writers in the industry, and that shows itself here. Davis is a legend as a comic book artist, and his work is clean, dynamic, and very much in his signature style. He even does us a favour by drawing Logan as the grubby, ugly man he is, as opposed to trying to make him look good as some artists have done. Mirco Pierfederici handles art for the last two issues, and while he can't match up to Davis- very few can- his artistic style does not clash with the work from Davis.

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