Dr. Rot makes his twisted return! How is Wolverine connected to the mad doctor? Meanwhile as FBI Agent Wells continues to circle in on the killer in a string of brutal killings, all signs seem to point to Wolverine!
This was another nice little issue. There was a decent amount of storytelling and a decent amount of action. There was gore and blood and some sex appeal. However, something felt like it was missing. There was just no lasting impression. Read Full Review
One could almost believe Aaron never left the book. If Bunn were going to be on board longer that lack of differentiation might pose a problem, but in the context of one action-heavy story arc, that's a perfectly acceptable prospect. Read Full Review
Paul Pelletier’s art is great when the violence is high. This guy fucking loves blood and guts. He’s right at home in the horror world and when he unleashes the action the work is killer (pun FULLY intended). The few scenes in the Jean Grey School just lay flat on the page and do nothing. They largely feel like Pelletier phoned them in because there wasn’t enough blood and action to excite him. With Wolverine #306, I’m cautiously optimistic that the greatest mutant hero ever could truly become great again. Read Full Review
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