Fear Itself: Wolverine #1

    Fear Itself: Wolverine » Fear Itself: Wolverine #1 - Part 1 released by Marvel on September 1, 2011.

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    FEAR ITSELF TIE-IN! Amidst the unstoppable force of FEAR ITSELF tearing through New York City, Wolverine and his girlfriend, Melita Garner, find themselves having to make hard decisions in order to do what they do best. The British intelligence turned mercenary black ops group STRIKE has taken advantage of the chaos and activated sleeper agents for one final, deadly mission. It’s up to Wolverine to stop them, but in leaving Melita to report from the ground, will his choice prove fatal?



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    Meh, just meh.. 0

    Yeah.. what to say about this comic book. I used to love Wolverine but since he appeared in pretty much every book Marvel put out he’s gotten down a few notches on my list. But putting that aside I was interested in this comic book and how it was written in Fear Itself. Unfortunately it can’t really be called a tie-in and the events of Fear Itself are mentioned but nothing is done with it. Instead we get a story about a criminal organization that had kept low for years but chose this time to com...

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    Will somebody please get rid of Melita already? Sheesh. 0


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