Title: Wolverine #47
Writer: Marc Guggenheim
Artist: Humberto Ramos
DeadFett: Trachman and I will be reviewing Wolverine #47. This is the final part of Wolverineâ€™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 Iâ€™m looking forward to his fill-in X-Men arc with Mike Carey. What ya think?
DeadFett: Iâ€™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 Iâ€™m concerned.
As for the art, Iâ€™ve always enjoyed Ramosâ€™s work. Itâ€™s different from most of what is out there.His style isnâ€™t for everyone but I like it. Much like you, Trachman, Iâ€™m looking forward to his arc on X-Men. Anything else youâ€™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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