This book is better left unread, as it does little to nothing to contribute to these characters. But if you do read it, you will find lots of 'buddabudda' onomatopoeia. So there's that. Read Full Review
I think this misses an opportunity to examine the stubborn inertia of anger. Logan's humanity means more when it is hard-won through his ambivalent struggle with rage and his good fortune in finding loving friends and allies who refuse to give up on him. His humanity is worth less when it comes naturally instead of being perpetually endangered. Read Full Review
The absolute pinnacle of what a setup issue should be. The art has never been better, and this is by far the best portrayal of who Logan is: Simple, just wanting to live his life with one canine companion, and it is ripped away from him. Brilliant issue.