Wanted #6

    Wanted » Wanted #6 - Dead or Alive released by Top Cow on February 2005.

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    Dead or Alive last edited by pikahyper on 06/14/19 05:50AM View full history

    The final issue of Wanted has the least violence of all the other issues. It consists largely of Wesley's father telling him what the hell is going on. He explains that he faked his death in order to get Wesley to become what he was, The Killer. He also explains his past, how he met Wesley's mother and why he had to leave. When Wesley's heard everything, his father asks him to kill him. He knows he's getting old and he's going to die some day and he doesn't want it to be some dumb kid. If it's going to be anyone, it has to be his son. Wesley tries to talk his father out of it but eventually agrees, pulling the trigger as a tear rolls down his cheek. He gets over it quickly though and welcomes his role as a true supervillain.



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    Ahhhhh if only he looked like James Mcavoy 0

    Ok so my first review and I thought I would do a review not just on this particular issue of the comic book series Wanted, but the entire series itself. Wanted is the story of a world were super villains rule. The heroes have been wiped out by the villains, who have finally decided to work together, and form a group known as the Fraternity. The main character of the story is a man whose life like many of us feel at times is shit, but soon learns that his father was known as The Killer, a mantle ...

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