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Wolverine #17 (Who says cahoots? Spoilers)

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Punchy

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Postby Punchy » Thu Oct 20, 2011 1:26 pm

A fun issue which nicely bridges the gap between the end of Schism and the first issue of Wolverine & The X-Men (Out next week!) and should hopefully explain how Wolverine has the money to fund a school. I wasn’t aware that Logan was secretly the Kingpin of Chinatown, when was that established? But it’s a cool idea and one that makes a lot of sense. The scene between Logan and Melita was OK, but I don’t for one second think that their relationship is over, Jason Aaron has invested too much into her character. This issue really came to life when Gorilla Man showed up, he’s a great character, and the back-and-forth between him and Wolverine was a lot of fun, and since we know that Fat Cobra is going to be in the next issue, I think we can safely say that this is the greatest team-up in the history of comics. Oh yeah, and it was great to have Ron Garney back, he and Aaron formed a great team on Wolverine: Weapon X, and he hasn’t lost his mojo at all.
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Zero

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Postby Zero » Fri Oct 21, 2011 4:43 am

Punchy wrote:A fun issue which nicely bridges the gap between the end of Schism and the first issue of Wolverine & The X-Men (Out next week!) and should hopefully explain how Wolverine has the money to fund a school. I wasn’t aware that Logan was secretly the Kingpin of Chinatown, when was that established? But it’s a cool idea and one that makes a lot of sense. The scene between Logan and Melita was OK, but I don’t for one second think that their relationship is over, Jason Aaron has invested too much into her character. This issue really came to life when Gorilla Man showed up, he’s a great character, and the back-and-forth between him and Wolverine was a lot of fun, and since we know that Fat Cobra is going to be in the next issue, I think we can safely say that this is the greatest team-up in the history of comics. Oh yeah, and it was great to have Ron Garney back, he and Aaron formed a great team on Wolverine: Weapon X, and he hasn’t lost his mojo at all.


Wolverine: Manifest Destiny by Jason Aaron and some guy.

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