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Review - Wolverine #47

Title: Wolverine #47 Writer: Marc Guggenheim Artist: Humberto Ramos Publisher: Marvel DeadFett: Trachman and I will be reviewing Wolverine #47. This is the final part of Wolverine’s tie in with Civil War. How did you feel about the way Guggenhiem and wrapped it up, Trachman? Trachman: I liked the way everything was wrapped up. The Sentry battle and dialogue gave [...]

Wolverine 47Title: Wolverine #47
Writer: Marc Guggenheim
Artist: Humberto Ramos
Publisher: Marvel

DeadFett: Trachman and I will be reviewing Wolverine #47. This is the final part of Wolverine’s tie in with Civil War. How did you feel about the way Guggenhiem and wrapped it up, Trachman?

Trachman: I liked the way everything was wrapped up. The Sentry battle and dialogue gave me goose bumps and nothing is more evil than a business man jacked up on mutant growth hormone. That put a grin of my face. I love Ramos’s exaggerated cartoony style, and I’m looking forward to his fill-in X-Men arc with Mike Carey. What ya think?

DeadFett: I’ve enjoyed this arc a lot. Guggenheim has written a very good Wolverine story for the most part. The entire issue had some good action from the fight with the Sentry to the fight with Declun. I really liked the fight with Declun. It was cool to see Wolverine actually pop his claws through his head at the end. This was the best Wolverine story in a while in my opinion. Guggenheim can come back and write Wolverine any time as far as I’m concerned.

As for the art, I’ve always enjoyed Ramos’s work. It’s different from most of what is out there.His style isn’t for everyone but I like it. Much like you, Trachman, I’m looking forward to his arc on X-Men. Anything else you’d like to add?

Trachman: Yes, definitely up there with the best, and Ramos made it a unique experience.


Posted originally: 2006-10-25 12:36:55
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