Wolverine: The Jungle Adventure #1

    Wolverine: The Jungle Adventure » Wolverine: The Jungle Adventure #1 - GN released by Marvel on January 1990.

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    Logan enters into the jungle in search of something very specific.

    Hidden in the frozen wastes of the Antarctic lies an oasis of warmth teaming with lush jungle and echoing to the cries of unknown birds. There, strange tribes of half-men stalk the mists, hunting great beasts that once roamed the Earth millions of years ago. It is a place of mystery.

    Into this lost and forgotten world comes the mutant Wolverine, the deadliest hunter of them all. He's looking for a few good answers ...and he's not going home without them.



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    What's Opera, Bub? 0

    I got this $1.75. with shipping the total was five dollars. This was the best five bucks Ive ever spent.I’ve done a lot of backtracking over Mike Mignola’s career. He has done a lot of work that goes forgotten amongst comic fans. Cosmic Odyssey with Jim Starlin. Doctor Doom/Doctor Strange: Triumph & Torment. Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser. “Gotham by Gaslight” is probably what he’s best known for aside from Hellboy and its spin-offs.This is one of the best Wolverine stories I’ve ever read. Logan...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Is That Frazetta ? 0

    You'd think that all anyone would have to say was "Hey I've got this prestige format book featuring Simonson & Mignola writing Wolverine against Apocalypse in a very noir like Greystoke story". Or even better "Hey I've just got a new Wolverine book with a half naked chick on the cover" would cut it. Oh well. For whatever the reason the book doesn't receive more acclaim - it's certainly not for lack of merit.In breaking the wall, I have to admit I'm partial to Apocalypse as a villain - but th...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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