More sick and twisted fun with Doctor Rot and his family. This guy is really becoming a great villain, he has the potential to be the Joker to Wolverine’s Batman, a creepy nutcase who has parallels with our hero, and boy, is he creepy. It was pretty obvious that Wolverine’s escape attempt was a fake-out, that it was all in his head, but the reveal worked well and Pelletier really kicked ass with all of the slicin’ and dicin’, I didn’t think he’d be a good fit for such a dark storyline, but he’s proved me wrong. I also liked how the reason Rot could control Wolverine was because of Weapon X’s tampering, even though he has his memories now, the spectre of what they did to him looms large. Cullen Bunn has really impressed me with this arc, I’ll be on the look-out for his future work (and maybe I’ll finally check out that Western series of his that everyone raves about) and look forward to what should be an exciting finale to this story next month.