In the end, Guggenheim attempts to permanently change Wolverine by bringing him more in line with how he used to be 15 or 20 years ago. I'd almost be interested in this development if I wasn't 99.9% certain that no other writers will pay attention to it. Let it not be said that Guggenheim didn't attempt some new things with a very overexposed character. The downside to all of these changes is that other writers are required to do something with them before they can become truly fascinating. In the end, what does any of this matter if it will all be forgotten in two weeks? Read Full Review
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