My feeling is that this was a story that would fit better with the Wolverine Origins title, where Wolverine explores his past, solves its mysteries, and all that stuff that doesnt hold as strong as the original Wolverine Origin mini-series. I dont mind that theyre doing it, but I think its excessive to have two titles focusing on it; the main Wolverine title should keep moving forward with his story or they should cancel Origins. Maybe Im in the minority here. Maybe lots of people like to read about Wolverine facing the same enemies he always has and reminiscing so much that they need to have two titles with two independent stories. But not me. Read Full Review
Wolverine #55 was a poor read. The only positive aspect about this issue is that this goofy Lupine story arc is finally coming to an end. I have absolutely no idea why Joey Q. would have ever thought that Loeb's Lupine concept would be a good addition to Wolverine's mythos. Between this lousy Lupine story arc and the pathetic story arc on Amazing Spider-Man, Marvel has really failed to impress me with the way they have completely bungled the handling of two of their biggest characters in Spider-Man and Wolverine. Read Full Review
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