MAN OF WAR – Part One! In the midst of World War I, Logan leads a daring mission…and discovers he isn't the only mutant at war! B.P.R.D.'s John Arcudi returns to Marvel with Joe Quinones (FF) for an epic that uncovers more of Logan's tortured past!
Overall, the book was a decent, entertaining read, even if it was extremely thin on plot and character development. While it's unclear what direction this book is headed in, and despite a weak cliffhanger, it's still worth picking up if you're a Wolverine fan. Read Full Review
Regardless of this specific story, this series has been a real fun one to collect and read. Obviously in part because of my affinity towards Wolverine, but also because it isn't so deeply rooted in his struggles, or the events that plague the Marvel Universe on the whole. These stories all stand alone, and give the reader a new angle to look at this character. I personally hope that this line continues after his inevitable death that is so rapidly approaching in his main line. I am actually looking forward to the next issue as well, because even if the story of Wolverine in the army has been done six ways to Sunday, I am always ready for a seventh. Read Full Review
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