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Wolverine #308 (Calm. Rational Spoilers)

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Postby Punchy » Thu Jun 21, 2012 11:53 am

This was my last issue of Wolverine for the foreseeable future, because I’m really not up for another Loeb/Bianchi mess, but this was a good way to go out. Wolverine defeats (or does he?) Dr Rot and his family in a very satisfyingly violent way, and Bunn also changes the status quo of the character, by bringing back some of his memory problems. The process Rot used of pulling out Logan’s brain and letting it grow back meant that it grew back with some blanks, he tragically doesn’t remember who Melita Garner is, and he has other missing pieces too. I’m surprised that Marvel yet something like this happen in what is essentially a fill-in story, but it was cool that Bunn’s story left it’s mark. I’m not sure how I feel about them going back to an amnesiac Wolverine though, I liked the change, even if I didn’t like the Wolverine Origins title, and it all feels a little bit Didio DC, hitting the rest button. We shall see. Paul Pelletier’s art was good once again, I didn’t know he had this brutality in him! So long Wolverine, I guess I’ll just have to make do with reading about you in Wolverine & The X-Men, Uncanny X-Force, Avengers and New Avengers, I feel so empty!

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