Savage Wolverine #13

Savage Wolverine #13

Writer: Phil Jimenez Artist: Phil Jimenez Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: January 1, 2014 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 1
6.4Critic Rating
7.0User Rating

• Part 2 of 2!
•  Wolverine's hunt leads him to Madripoor, where he makes a shocking discovery.
•  Guest-starring Kitty Pryde

  • 9.6
    GoCollect - @TonyTheGamerDad Jan 2, 2014

    Parents should definitely head the parental warning on the cover as this is not for children. I can not stress that enough. With that said, this is a great Wolverine comic that fans of Wolverine or just comics in general will enjoy. I will advise you to be resigned to buying the back issues of this book because after you read this issue you will want to see how he got to where he is and why. If it weren't for the level of violence and blood, keeping it from being enjoyed by all fans, this would be the comic of the week. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Booked - Scorpio Moon Jan 3, 2014

    It's not an industry shattering forever changing the name of the game comic, but you won't find a better kind of Wolverine story. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hoklas Jan 7, 2014

    Though the story is overwrought, it does what it set out to do, and the interest by the creative team in the X-Men side of Logan's complexities was refreshing. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza Jan 6, 2014

    "Savage Wolverine" #13 attempts to deliver a message about the hazards facing endangered animals, but instead comes across as a collection of ideas that ring hollow and distinctively preachy as it falls into the dangerous area of solving real-word problems in an almost magical manner. This isn't Wolverine curing cancer, nor is he undoing terrorist attacks, but he is waging a war against poaching that seems to stand a good chance of being successful. Instead of delivering one very focused story, Jimenez is most likely trying to seed hope and raise awareness to a cause. Instead of jamming in Kraven and Kitty Pryde and the feel good moment with the X-Men, "Savage Wolverine" #13 would have benefitted from committing to a story and fleshing it out more completely. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    nedf23 Jan 14, 2014

    A strong message in this book and it get's pretty graphic to prove that point, but it also gets pretty trippy when Wolverine becomes Dr. Dolittle. I liked the art in this book and on the cover, but there was something off with the story outside of their main point.

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