The art chores are again divided between Roland Boschi in the present and Felix Ruiz in the flashbacks. Both handle their pages well. Their styles certainly mesh well, offering a grim, noir-tinged look at Wolverine's world. The colors are what distinguishes the two timelines for the most part, with Ruiz's flashbacks featuring warmer hues and Boschi's pages more tinged with cold blues. It's a winning blend that I hope to see continue. Read Full Review
There really isn’t much else to say. I’m left feeling angry and disappointed with this book, and all I’ll have are fantasies of what could have been. With the success and quality of the Nick Fury and Punisher books, I had my expectations high up, and I can’t begin to explain how far away this was from meeting them. Read Full Review
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