Wolverine #1

    Wolverine » Wolverine #1 - Rogue Logan Part 1 of 4 released by Marvel on April 2014.

    The Wolverine is dead. Long live the...

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    Rogue Logan Part 1 of 4 last edited by fesak on 10/31/18 12:45PM View full history


    After the events of KILLABLE, Wolverine has something to prove. Before he can take on Sabretooth again, he'll need to build himself back up, get better and stronger than he's ever been...but it's not as easy as he thought, and he'll soon find himself turning to other means of revenge when the normal channels don't seem to be working fast enough. Can he fight back his demons, or is this the beginning of a Wolverine who's gone to the dark side?


    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverRyan Stegman (a) & Edgar Delgado (c)1
    VarVariant CoverJerome Opeña5
    VarDesign CoverKristafer Anka6
    Var70th Anniversary CoverAlex RossMissing
    VarSketch Variant CoverJerome OpeñaMissing
    Var70th Anniversary Sketch CoverAlex RossMissing
    VarMarvel Animals CoverKatie Cook7
    VarBlank CoverNone8
    RERetailer Exclusive Hastings CoverKidRobot4
    RERetailer Exclusive Cover - Wizard World SacramentoGreg Horn2
    2ndSecond Print CoverRyan Stegman (a) & Edgar Delgado (c)3


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    NOW you actually have a future! 0

    Wolverine is the ultimate killing machine and totally suitable to become a teacher, am I right? However, now Wolverine has lost the one thing that's given him his edge; healing factor! With losing his #1 ability in combat that has allowed him to live for over a 100 years, Wolverine is now mortal and killable. This can't possibly be good for The Wolverine! Written by Paul Cornell with artwork by Ryan Stegman (pencils), Mark Morales (inks), and David Curiel (colors).The GoodPaul Cornell did a grea...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    WOLVERINE VOL 6 #1 review or how Wolverine tries to be cool 0

    Now, I am not a wolverine fan, the only reason I have even read this is a friend let me borrow it from him but hey here we are with another #1 issue of Wolverine, so let's dive in. How did it go? To be was OK. It was not terrible, it was not great, it was just OK. Although I think I have figured out what's stopping it from being great, timeline and continuity. The problem with this is that we just jump onto the crazy train from page one where we already see Logan in his new armor, w...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    "Cyclops Was Right" Can't Complain Now, Logan 0

    I haven't done a comic review in awhile on here, but some of my friends on here have asked me my opinion of this and I've given brief ideas, but I can actually get something more fleshed out, out there now. So let's get to it:The Good: Not a whole lot to be said here. I'm actually sitting here gritting my teeth thinking about I liked about this....Wolverine isn't acting like a complete wimp anymore. 6 months ago we get him crying about shaving and allergies, now we get him shooting people dead....

    3 out of 4 found this review helpful.
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