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Wolverine #303 (Invisible Spoilers)

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Postby Punchy » Sat Mar 24, 2012 11:57 am

‘Back In Japan’ comes to an end, and I must say it’s been one of my favourite Wolverine stories ever and a fine way for Aaroon to bow out. The story had many spinning wheels and had plenty of twists and turns every issue, it always kept you guessing. The end result of all these twists is that Sabretooth is now head of all crime in Asia, along with Mystique, Lord Deathstrike and Silver Samurai. That’s a pretty awesome collection of characters and it’s going to be very cool to see what they do next. The art this issue was a bit uneven as rather than just having Steven Sanders and Billy Tan alternate, Paco Diaz was there too, and his style, whilst reminiscent somewhat of Tan’s, was still jarring. Aaron has one issue left right? I’m guessing it will mainly involve Wolverine and Melita breaking up over the photos she received of Berserker Logan screwing Yukio/Mystique.
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Postby Dragavon » Sat Mar 24, 2012 5:48 pm

I'm going to miss Aaron when he's off Wolverine, he's one of the few writers who can make Logan tolerable.
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Postby Zero » Sun Mar 25, 2012 4:57 am

I enjoyed the story, but the art was a mess throughout. A large number of bad artists is not the same as one good one.

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