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    THE HEROIC AGE IS HERE! Spider-Man and Wolverine! Everyone’s favorite wise-cracking web-spinner and ferocious furball come together in their first major series ever! The super-star creative team of Jason Aaron (WOLVERINE: WEAPON X, PUNISHERMAX) and Adam Kubert (ULT. FANTASTIC FOUR, X-MEN) send Spidey and Wolvie to the edges of the Marvel Universe as they face such awful beings as The Czar, Big Murder and Doom the Living Planet! But who is the major Marvel villain pulling the strings? And can Spidey & Wolvie refrain from killing one another long enough to find out?

    Spider-Man and Wolverine are transported to the Dinosaur age after trying to foil the "Orbs" bank heist. Over the time that the super-heroes are in this prehistoric age one chooses to interact with the citizens and the other avoids contact for the time line sake. The truth comes out overall, the asteroid that destroyed the dinosaurs is heading right for them and they have a front row seat. Both of them prepare for their deaths , and in a flash of light they are propelled to another time and place or is it heaven?



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    Spidey and Wolverine on Gilligan's Island? 0

              Spider-Man and Wolverine have been transported back to the stone-age. The whole beginning is Wolverine and Spidey trying to survive the savage time. They both have seperate living areas where Peter's is the civilized and thought out area and Logan's is a savage area where he is a ruler of apes. They obviously do not get along. Now we see how they got there. There was a bank robbery and Spider-Man and Wolverine go to stop it, but when these special diamonds are dealt with the wrong way...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Not what I expected at all 0

    We are at the end of an era of comics.  After a few years in what I call the "Dark Age" of comics ushered by Alan Moore, we are moving on.  Gone is the gritty realism(ish), and returning is the silver age style writing that made comics as fun as they use to be.  I Renaissance in the most literal term.  We had a great run (Rome), then things got messed up (Dark Ages and Catholic Church) and now things are looking happy again (Renaissance).  The Heroic age is on us and all is theory.  ...

    9 out of 11 found this review helpful.

    Spidey+Wolverine+Flintstones+Back to the Future = 1 Good Comic 0

    First off, let me just say that I am a huge Spider-Man fan (as you can probably tell by my screen name). I am also a Wolverine fan, but then again who isn't. I think if you fling a dead cat in a crowded room, more than likely you'll hit a Wolverine fan. Now as we all know this isn't the first time these two super-heroes teamed up together and I think every time they do, it reminds me of an 80's cop "buddy" movie such as Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte in 48 hrs and possibly the first Lethal Weapon f...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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