Certainly, the book isn't a complete mess, but it's also hard to say that it's a success. The results say very little about Daken and Logan that we didn't already know, and what it tries to say isn't very well-conveyed. A couple of good moments aside, the book's main contribution to the world is showing that Rob Williams could probably write a very good Wolverine, given the chance to tell a longer story. That's the kind of thing that makes it useful to editors, but ultimately, of little interest to the fans. Read Full Review
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