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10 thoughts on “Wolverine: Bloodlust

  1. says:

    Bloodlust was written in the early 1990s That can be a terrible thing for a comic as the 90s were known for some crappy comics While this is no great work, it is significantly better than what I had expected While the art is hindered by the time period s signature style, it is still decent compared to most 90s art The story is pretty good as well.Wolverine is hanging out in Northern Canada when he gets a surge of angry feelings and his killer instincts are on full alert He finds a group o Bloodlust was written in the early 1990s That can be a terrible thing for a comic as the 90s were known for some crappy comics While this is no great work, it is significantly better than what I had expected While the art is hindered by the time period s signature style, it is still decent compared to most 90s art The story is pretty good as well.Wolverine is hanging out in Northern Canada when he gets a surge of angry feelings and his killer instincts are on full alert He finds a group of otherworldly travelers, who look a lot like Yeti, who have come to our reality Some of their number have gone rogue and eaten human flesh As in Native American lore, they became wendigos cannibalistic monsters But their psychic abilities are affecting Logan who is having trouble controlling his own inner beast.An interesting story from the 1990s It may be one of the better comics to come out of that time period The art and story are better than the usual garbage that was produced at that time While not for everyone, I think Wolverine fans will appreciate this blast from the past


  2. says:

    A story that is so weird its good The story follows Wolverine in Canada, whenever he gets into a conflict, he gets this uncontrollable rage, that makes him fight till everyone is dead, a girl is then captured by a werewolf like race of people and Wolverine must go and stop them The Plot sounds simple, but it unravels as you read it The story was good, and the art pretty nice A must read


  3. says:

    Nice Wolverine story., Good art and plot Recommended


  4. says:

    I think Alan Davis Art is beautiful and j have no idea who thinks this is just okay in the style of the early 90s Anyway, it s a kinda goofy story about Wolverine fighting his basic animal instincts and realizing he could be a meditative chill guy if he could connect with the spirits of Canada or something like that It s surprisingly gory and full of death as a heads up, but a good little read


  5. says:

    Classic wolverine, before he was practically invincible.


  6. says:

    Annual 2


  7. says:

    3.5 stars Nice artwork plus the story was pretty cool.


  8. says:

    Muy bonico el dibujo no as el coloreado y muy interesante la raza de yetis zen mutantes et reos que aparecen en estas p ginas y que re daban para volver a aparecer en la saga en la que Wolverine pierde el adamantium pero creo que jam s volvieron.


  9. says:

    amazing art , fun story


  10. says:

    Crte odli an.Pri a ako verujemo u bi a sa drugih planeta skroz ok.Jedno od starijih izdanja ali veoma dobro.


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  • Paperback
  • 48 pages
  • Wolverine: Bloodlust
  • Alan Davis
  • English
  • 07 July 2017
  • 0871357054

About the Author: Alan Davis

Alan Davis is an English writer and artist of comic books, known for his work on titles such as Captain Britain, The Uncanny X Men, ClanDestine, Excalibur, JLA The Nail and JLA Another Nail and others Librarian note There isthan one author in the GoodReads database with this name