Wolverine/Doop #2

Writer: Peter Milligan Artist: Darwyn Cooke Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jul 13, 2003

    A truly odd little adventure that I found to be a little too taken with the idea of delivering a collection of strange ideas than on delivering its story, but then again a lot of these ideas are rather compelling. From our opening introduction of a mysterious villain, to the wonderful creepy reveal moment where we learn what happened to the body of this villain, there are moments in this issue that I found quite endearing. Still, the book does seem to be a bit unfocused & aimless, as scenes play out without any real explanation, nor any seeming relationship to the story itself, and several questions remain unresolved. Oh, and we also never got to see what would happen if Wolverine's claws slashed into Doop, which I do believe was a promise made to the readers going in, and as such my need to see the answer to this mystery has only increased. Read Full Review

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