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The time-twisting saga of the all-new Deathlok continues as Wolverine battles an army of cyborg assassins on two fronts: in the present, Logan must keep Captain America from being the latest casuality on the Deathlok hit list, while in the future, an aging Logan leads a last-ditch effort to shut down the Deathloks once and for all.



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Wolvie didn't age well this time.. 0

Wolverine Weapon X #12 Jason Aaron’s Wolverine continues to be the best book featuring our favorite feral mutant since the original Origins tale.   This book is consistently great and makes us reflect back a lot to Wolverine Vol. 1.    This issue answers a lot of questions bout what happened in the previous issue.   Namely, “Why did all these Deathlocks travel through time to eliminate future heroes?” They are basically from an alternate future (where Roxxom rules the world) and trying to elimi...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Review: Wolverine Weapon X #12 0

Wolverine Weapon X #12 Sometimes it's hard to pick up a Wolverine book. The character has seemingly been over saturating the Marvel market for years, and yet a few of his stories are the best Marvel has ever put out. Wolverine: Weapon X is an off-shoot of the current Wolverine on-going series, which his son Daken took over last year, and this book is a little more adult and violent than normal. The Good First thing is first, I'd like to say that the first page in every Marvel book exp...

5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

A farewell to arms... 0

Now that my head finally doesn't feel like it's cracking open anymore, I can actually review this issue of the very fine, soon to be finishing, Wolverine: Weapon X.   First off, there's an Iron Man 2 advert on the freaking cover, where the issue credits normally go. What the Hell, Marvel?! I know that (apparently) our money isn't enough to subsidise the comic book industry, and ads are something that we gentle readers just come to accept, but I'd be really, really pleased if they could at least ...

4 out of 6 found this review helpful.
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