[ Read ] ➵ Wolverine Author Jeff Lemire – Thomashillier.co.uk

Wolverine Logan Is An Old Man On A Mission Given A Second Chance, He S Determined To Put Right What Went Wrong In The Reality He Knew The Night The Villains Joined Forces And Overcame The World S Heroes, Changing His Life Forever Logan Lost His Friends, His Purpose, And All That Was Left Was The Wasteland Now He S Back In The Past, And Perhaps The Villain Uprising Can Be Prevented But His Bid To Defy Destiny Is About To Land Him In Trouble Deep Trouble Logan Wakes Up At The Bottom Of A Well, And Every Time He Tries To Scale Its Walls, A Mysterious Figure From His Future Appears And Riddles Him With Arrows Can Logan Escape His Prison And Spare The World From A Fate Worse Than Death Collecting Old Man Logan 9 13


10 thoughts on “Wolverine

  1. says:

    Old Man Logan works fine as a standalone book but as an ongoing title Nope And I think at this point Marvel should just stop because Jeff Lemire s clearly run out of ideas So the unmemorable story of Logan hunting down Lady Deathstrike takes him back to, of course, Japan where he has to fight some arbitrary warrior monks because what else is he gonna do It s so dull It s just Logan slicing and dicing his way through dozens of people It s really edge of your seat stuff when your protagonist Old Man Logan works fine as a standalone book but as an ongoing title Nope And I think at this point Marvel should just stop because Jeff Lemire s clearly run out of ideas So the unmemorable story of Logan hunting down Lady Deathstrike takes him back to, of course, Japan where he has to fight some arbitrary warrior monks because what else is he gonna do It s so dull It s just Logan slicing and dicing his way through dozens of people It s really edge of your seat stuff when your protagonist is invincible There s also a story set in the past running parallel to the one in the present but the two get in each ot...


  2. says:

    Parallel universe Secret Wars Logan goes to Japan, fights some ninjas, falls down a hole A LOT, then ends up guest starring in the finale of Akira I just can t bring myself to care Sorry not sorry.


  3. says:

    Volume 3 combines Old Man Logan 9 13 For once I am a bit miffed by the money I spent This was not worth 9.99.Well this was a bit of a letdown from the previous volumes I feel like I grew up reading about Wolverine s adventures in Japan It would have been nice if it was a new location and or the X Men or Avengers came along for the ride So after volume 2 I thought Logan would adjust to the fact that...


  4. says:

    Okay, the quality took a dip in volume 2, but it s back up now Better yet, this volume is all Lemire s Old Man Logan, no filler stories to pad it out.Wolverine has always had a special relationship with Japan, so it s not surprising that this story is so memorable On the trail of Lady Deathstrike, he arrives in Japan only to discover that he s been lured into a trap We also get flashbacks flashforwards to the alternate future he came from that parallel the action It s a nicely constructed Okay, the quality took a dip in volume 2, but it s back up now Better yet, this volume is all Lemire s Old Man Logan, no filler stories to pad it out.Wolverine has always had a special relationship with Japan, so it s not surprising that this story is so memorable On the...


  5. says:

    2 stories one in the present one in the past The past leads onto the original Old man Logan issues However both stories involve him battling the order in Japan Good fun, the art is still amazing I really love the graphic style from lemire and sorrentino.


  6. says:

    WrensReads Review Logan is forever going to be my favorite superhero He is damaged, haunted, and crumbling yet he always does the right thing.Even now in these comics, when he has a second chance, he takes it He is trying to right all the wrongs that he did What I loved about this volume is that it is a parallel timeline...


  7. says:

    Better than the previous volume, surprisingly There was no way this book could go on for very long without some sort of Japan connection, and although it strains credulity that Logan and Maureen could have sailed there by themselves, it also makes sense that Logan would want to find sanctuary there.


  8. says:

    Volume 3 felt like a filler episode to me with a shallow story arc and too much action Sorrentino is still giving his everything and created some fantastic two page spreads Still fun, but pretty forgettable in the end.


  9. says:

    What in first look seemed like an unnecessary filler episode, connected the side quest to canon through damn fine story telling The Last Ronin involves two opposing narratives, and both are approaching the Wasteland saga or Millar s original run from past and future One may...


  10. says:

    I continue to love this series The art is great The story is great It does feel a little short simple just because the story is so contained, but so much about this series and this version of the character just works It s a great creative team and I love the work they re doing here.