This book has been a great way to get your share of Logan Wolverine story in the Main Marvel Universe, while still allowing “regular” wolverine to be dead and x-23, or Laura to take his place and don the mantle of Wolverine. i love the way this book looks and feels, Lemire and Sorrentino really have a natural flow to their work, they just seem to gel together, since their run on Green Arrown, I’ve been hooked. this issue is the second arc of the ongoing Old Man Logan series, and serves as a pretty good jumping on point for the title, though i DO highly recommend reading the original story, and the secret wars miniseries and the first arc as well. so maybe this doesn’t need to be your entry point for Old Man Logan, but if it is any consolation- you’ll enjoy it once you get here. the parallels between the “current” timeline and Logan’s “past” life are pretty heavy-handed here, not that i terribly mind. the last page reveal was a pretty intense one, and one that is teased again on the next issue’s cover. so it won’t be much of a shock to find out- but i want to know who the rest of the crew is… i didn’t recognize them, but they are of a different timeline than the main Marvel Universe, and not Old Man Logan’s people either, so i don’t know what we are getting into here. i love this book, though. and i cannot wait to see where things go from here. and that means bloody, violent, terrible and emotional stuff is ahead. that always what a slower, more character driven Wolverine story means… “next stop, bloodbath gulch”. is that a real place? if not, it should be. Marvel, hit me up, ill let you have Bloodbath Gulch, for cheap!