"Clean-cut" is a perfect description of the entire presentation, actually. Everything from the glossy cover design to the simple panel arrangements to the recap pages makes the title very aesthetically pleasing. Overall, it's a great looking comic book. It's got a tight, exciting script, clean, expressive art, and it's all wrapped up in a shiny, glossy cover. A lack of focus was definitely a problem with the first issue, but Origins #2 begins to add some depth to Wolverine's troubled past and his current struggle to come to terms with it. Read Full Review
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