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"WHAT I DO", Part 1 (of 2) His past finally behind him, Wolverine now turns to face another, more terrifying challenge: His future. Don't miss out on the beginning of the end, part one of the last chapter of a story years in the making!



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The Cirlce of PTSD... I mean Life 0

Wolverine Origins #49 While Dark Wolverine dealt with Daken’s perspective on recent events, Origins looks at life for his pops after the big battle to rid the world of .   I think that Way did a decent job singing off the loose ends of a story that Loeb had created and he was left to deal with.   I do think that this title had its run and will be glad to see it go.   As good as Way has been with Deadpool and Daken, Jason Aaron just writes a superior Wolverine book right now. The theme this mont...

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Review: Wolverine Origins #49 0

After the battle between Romulus and his son, Daken, Wolverine takes some time off to get away and build a cabin in the woods, and he's confronted by Nick Fury, and ghosts from his past.  The Good Yes, this is a quick read, and seems like a throw-away story, but I really like it. There's nothing wrong with enjoying a comic book about Wolverine building a cabin in the woods. The majority of this issue deals with the pain of Wolverine's past all presented to him in a somewhat dream sequence, ...

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