Wolverine: The Long Night PDF/EPUB ó Wolverine: The


  • Paperback
  • 120 pages
  • Wolverine: The Long Night
  • Benjamin Percy
  • 03 April 2019
  • 1302916890

10 thoughts on “Wolverine: The Long Night

  1. Ray Ray says:

    Wolverine The Long Night graphic novel is a decent adaptation of the scripted podcast series The story really works best in audio form, but this comic does it s best to summarize and use quality art to tell the story It would be recommended for those new to the graphic novel medium, as it s a good standalone story without any continuity weight The Wolverine depicted in The Long Night is old school Before he was the ultimate overexposed superhero, he was a mysterious tough wilderness guy and Wolverine The Long Night graphic novel is a decent adaptation of the scripted podcast series The story really works best in audio form, but this comic does it s best to summarize and use quality art to tell the story It would be recommended for those new to the graphic novel medium, as it s a good standalone story without any continuity weight The Wolverine depicted in The Long Night is old school Before he was the ultimate overexposed superhero, he was a mysterious tough wilderness guy and that was interesting enough He s not even the main star of this story, in fact, but rather a background character in a neo noir mystery full of false leads and sharp dialogue It s fun to compare the different interpretations, but ultimately do yourself a favor and listen to the podcast It s a damn fine listen


  2. Andrea Andrea says:

    This has RICHARD ARMITAGE AS WOLVERINE Be still my heart


  3. Khurram Khurram says:

    A good all round Wolverine story I bit different, I know it was based on a podcast, i was not sure about the format to begin with This is a Logan story but not from his perspective I have to say it works.A couple of detectives have tracked Logan to the unforgiving harsh land of Alaska This place has a 1000 different ways to kill someone even before the human factor is added in There have been a string of deaths the one thing the all seem to have in common is claws Has Logan gone feral or A good all round Wolverine story I bit different, I know it was based on a podcast, i was not sure about the format to begin with This is a Logan story but not from his perspective I have to say it works.A couple of detectives have tracked Logan to the unforgiving harsh land of Alaska This place has a 1000 different ways to kill someone even before the human factor is added in There have been a string of deaths the one thing the all seem to have in common is claws Has Logan gone feral or are theresinister forces at play.The story is set before Logan regained all him memories, on the run but before joining the X men Though there is mention of the yellow costume, it could be the time he worked for the Canadian government.A good story the start of Logan starting the down the heroic path On the run but finding his own purpose As he said he often not want trouble but trouble find him


  4. Paul E. Morph Paul E. Morph says:

    I really enjoyed this one, despite it being a little derivative in places The artwork was excellent I m tempted to listen to the podcast it s adapted from now


  5. Benji Glaab Benji Glaab says:

    4 I noticed many people have been rating the podcast on this page this review is for the graphic novel adaptation of said podcast Great set up and setting classic murder mystery not sure if Wolverine was spontaneously injected into the story Felt like this would have worked with out him tbh Good standalone mini series Has nothing to do with Marvel continuity Possible RTC


  6. James DeSantis James DeSantis says:

    This felt like a left over tv special guest starring wolverine Which I could have got behind if it wasn t for the reveal being so.well stupid Art was okay Overall okay at best.


  7. Quentin Wallace Quentin Wallace says:

    4.5 StarsI loved the atmosphere in this story, and also the way it tried to present something a little different for Wolverine This isa noir type tale rather than a superhero story The Alaskan setting is great and the twists and turns are interesting too The story did get a little shaky in parts but thankfully never fully lost me One of the better Wolverine stories I ve read recently.


  8. Nicholas Kotar Nicholas Kotar says:

    I ve found my new favorite podcast Excellent voice work, great atmosphere, decent story, if a little thin on substance Bob Balaban is especially good, but that s always the case, isn t it Richard Armitage is a perfect Logan I hope they put a littlestory, a little fewer long, atmospheric pauses in the next one.


  9. Cmoore Cmoore says:

    Not really a book, this was presented as a podcast and I tuned in every week to catch each episode as they were released I found a very fun radio style play and I loved it So if you re a fan of Wolverine this ll be a must haveThis was done with a great story and cast of characters, and OMG Richard Armitage as Wolverine was brilliant I caught it on Stitcher, but I know that it s available elsewhere And the good news is you can now binge the complete story.


  10. Nancy Nancy says:

    Special Agents Pierce and Marshall arrive in Burns, Alaska following a string of mysterious deaths and find out there isto the case than they originally thought Not your usual superhero story, this story proved to beof a murder mystery, with Logan kept on the periphery of the narrative The art fit the story but didn t stand out, except for the grotesque creature that Hudson became Many of the panels were simplistic, with some faces and background details coming off as blotchy as i Special Agents Pierce and Marshall arrive in Burns, Alaska following a string of mysterious deaths and find out there isto the case than they originally thought Not your usual superhero story, this story proved to beof a murder mystery, with Logan kept on the periphery of the narrative The art fit the story but didn t stand out, except for the grotesque creature that Hudson became Many of the panels were simplistic, with some faces and background details coming off as blotchy as if there wasn t enough time to sketch or color properly Not truly fitting in Wolverine s timeline, this story seems like filler, and I would not have been interested if it hadn t been a podcast first But the podcast that was awesome Marvel put together two seasons about Wolverine, with ten episodes per season The voice actors were superb as were the sound effects After comparing the visual and the auditory versions, I choose the podcast version hands down But I will bring up one error that the podcast and the graphic novel both had the name of the other mutant found in Alaska was Wendigo but the wendigo is a mythological man eating creature or evil spirit from the folklore of the First Nations Algonquian tribes based in the northern forests of Nova Scotia, the East Coast of Canada, and Great Lakes Region of Canada Wikipedia and is not a creature from Alaskan First Nations folklore, so I was annoyed at that name misappropriation Sothe graphic novel was a 3 5 but the podcast is a 5 5 Check out my podcast review on my blog


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Wolverine: The Long Night[Download] ✤ Wolverine: The Long Night By Benjamin Percy – Thomashillier.co.uk Following a string of mysterious deaths in Burns, Alaska, Special Agents Sally Pierce and Tad Marshall arrive to investigate They soon find there s going on than meets the eye Marvel s hit scripted po Following a string of mysterious deaths in Burns, Alaska, Special Agents Sally Pierce and Tad Marshall arrive to investigate They soon find there s going on than meets the eye Marvel s hit scripted podcast Wolverine The Long Night, comes to life on the page Chilling twists and turns, brought to you by the original author of the podcast, Benjamin Percy, and the art talents of Marcio Takara COLLECTING WOLVERINE THE LONG NIGHT Wolverine: The MOBI :↠ ADAPTATION.


About the Author: Benjamin Percy

Benjamin Percy is the author of four novels, The Dark Net HMH, , The Dead Lands Grand Central, , Red Moon Grand Central, and The Wilding Graywolf Press, , as well as two books of short stories Refresh, Refresh and The Language of Elk and a craft book, Thrill Me Essays on Fiction His fiction and nonfiction have been published in Esquire where he is a contributing editor , Wolverine: The MOBI :↠ GQ, Time, Men s Journal, Outside, the Wall Street Journal, Tin House, Glimmer Train, Ploughshares, and the Paris Review He writes the Green Arrow and Teen Titans series for DC Comics, and James Bond for Dynamite Entertainment His honors include an NEA fellowship, the Whiting Writer s Award, the Plimpton Prize, the Pushcart Prize and inclusion in Best American Short Stories and Best American Comics.