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Wolverine #300 (spoilers)

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avengingtitan

Rain Partier

Postby avengingtitan » Fri Jan 13, 2012 2:26 am

The Bass wrote:Re: Sabretooth. The Hand brought him back.

Re: Loeb and Bianchi. I LOVE Loeb and Bianchi, (I own two copies of the Evolution hardcover - one in b&w), but they're using Cloak, who, drumroll, lost the darkforce powers, so I assume Loeb is ignoring the mini. Which kind of makes sense considering Spencer is ignoring Loeb's Ultimatum

Spencer isnt ignoring anything. He's making the best out of the that mess Loeb cooked up. Loeb is using Cloak with Darkforce powers because he ignores everything he cant wrap his little brain around which is everything.
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avengingtitan

Rain Partier

Postby avengingtitan » Fri Jan 13, 2012 2:27 am

I loved this issue. The thing with the farmer was amazing. I had to re-read it.
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Eric Ratcliffe

Staff Writer

Postby Eric Ratcliffe » Fri Jan 13, 2012 4:38 am

The Bass wrote:Re: Sabretooth. The Hand brought him back.

Re: Loeb and Bianchi. I LOVE Loeb and Bianchi, (I own two copies of the Evolution hardcover - one in b&w), but they're using Cloak, who, drumroll, lost the darkforce powers, so I assume Loeb is ignoring the mini. Which kind of makes sense considering Spencer is ignoring Loeb's Ultimatum

Now I know you're just trolling.

"Evolution" ends with one of the most infamous/cold hearted and borderline sociopathic villains in the marvel universe not only de evolved but crying like a bitch while Wolverine cuts his damn head off.

It not only make no sense but was just from a writing standpoint pathetic and really shouldn't have been attempted. It's easily the worst Sabretooth story of all time.
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Zero

Zombie Guard

Postby Zero » Fri Jan 13, 2012 5:40 am

No Evolution, No Wolverine Origins. It should have been whitewashed faster and harder than New X-Men was.
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Punchy

Staff Writer

Postby Punchy » Wed Jan 25, 2012 7:26 am

Most of the iconic Wolverine solo stories have taken place in Japan, so it’s only fitting that this bumper anniversary story should be possibly his biggest Eastern Adventure yet. This issue had everything you could want from a Wolverine in Japan story, there’s Ninjas (and what a great scene that was with the old farmer Ninja, a great critique of the over-use of Ninjas in comics), Yakuza, Yukio, Amiko and a new Silver Samurai. Add into that mix a bit of Sabretooth and Mystique (which I did not see coming, I guess that means I’m stupid) and Aaron has a lot of stuff to juggle here, but he does it brilliantly. Whilst I’m sad this is his last storyline, it’s great that he’s going out with such a bang, and of course we’ll still have Wolverine & The X-Men to enjoy. The artwork in this book was also very strong, Ron Garney as we all know works well with Aaron on Wolverine, and it’s always great to have Adam Kubert return to the X-Universe, he was drawing X-Men when I first started reading Mutie books so he’s a quintessential X-Artist for me. Steve Sanders did a great job too, especially with Sotocolours, whose palette made each scene look different, the Neon of Tokyo, and the lush greens of the countryside. The Loeb/Bianchi story? Eh, the less said the better… it looked nice though.

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