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In the wake of last issue's gut-wrenching ending, Logan has turned his back on humanity and retreated once again to the Canadian wilderness. Is this the end of Wolverine as we know him? Or the beginning of an all-new era for the ole' Canucklehead? Or perhaps even both.

Wolverine is coming off of the revalation that he has done some treible things, and decided to live in the woods, alone. While out there he is adopted by a pack of wolves. Then one night his pack is attacked by some hunters. Half of the wolves are drugged and taken away the other half is killed, including Wolverine. Lucky his healing factor kicks in, and after seeing what these men had done he tracks after them.

He finds them in a warehouse type building preparing a dog fight, and before they know what hits them Wolverine kills them all. He lets his pack go, but before he leaves the building he smells more humans. It turns out the men were going to video tape the wolves attack and kill some children. Wolverine rescues them and takes them to a local town, then heads back into the wilderness, where Melita surprises him.

She came out to find him and brought all his friends to tell him they missed him. Wolverine with out any show of emotion understands and goes back to being a hero.


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The End of The End...Again! 0

I'll keep this review relatively short since well....not a whole lot goes on in this issue. There's various cameos from Avengers and X-Men members, as well as a few other folks, which is nice to see. But that's when the pleasantries end. Much bemusement is to be had with this issue that started off with a solid plot but ultimately concluded in a rush.It wasn't what I had excepted to see coming off the heels of the previous issue.The GoodI like the way there's lots of cameos in this issue, and wi...

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Abrupt & jarring end to what was a strong story arc 0

"Wolverine" #16 is a strange issue that felt more like a  super-hero counseling session than a Jason Aaron Wolverine story. This is an issue that has some good moments in it even though it brings Logan's self-imposed punishment and quest for self-discovery to an abrupt and rather silly end.   This is a pretty absurd way for Logan to get closure especially considering that just two issues earlier he found out he butchered his own children. Before this wacky "snap out of it Logan" moment, we see ...

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