One benefit to this story is the continued involvement of Melita Gardner. She seemed to be all but wiped off the board by the end of Aaron's run, but Bunn ensures she doesn't suffer such an ignominious end. Also pleasing is thatPaul Pelletier keeps the story humming along with his gorgeous pencils. This arc sees Pelletier dip into darker territory with a feral, savage Wolverine and haunted, blood-soaked environments. Pelletier proves himself just at home here as anywhere else in the Marvel Universe. Read Full Review
"Wolverine" #307 is a decent enough penultimate issue of the Dr. Rot adventure, but it doesn't find enough new ground to surpass "decent." Unfortunately decent is only slightly above forgettable. I'm going to finish this arc out largely due to Pelletier's art, but I am curious to see if this book finds a different direction and motivation following the upcoming "Sabretooth Reborn" story. Read Full Review
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