Old Man Logan #7

Old Man Logan #7

Writer: Jeff Lemire Artist: Andrea Sorrentino Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: June 1, 2016 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 18
8.6Critic Rating
8.5User Rating

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• This is Logan at his most fundamental: back to the wall, his survival riding only on his wits, his determination and his Adamantium claws.
•  When Lady Deathstrike and her murderous gang of Reavers follow Old Man Logan to the isolated town of Killhorn Falls, it's up to Logan to fend off his attackers while protecting the civilians-including the girl who will one day grow up and become his wife.
•  It's the ultimate cage match...and EVERYTHING Old Man Logan cares about is on the line!
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  • 10
    Comicsverse - Corey Spanner Jun 1, 2016

    This series is shaping up to be a legendary run on Wolverine. OLD MAN LOGAN is the best X-Men book that Marvel is currently publishing, and maybe even one of the best book on the stands. By understanding the character's place in the new world and breaking him down, rather than having him save the day in every other issue, Lemire, Sorrentino & co. have crafted a book that makes all others seem unworthy. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    IGN - Levi Hunt Jun 2, 2016

    It's almost shocking to see this level of violence and gore in a non-Max Marvel title. Old Man Logan's showdown with The Reavers (with the life of a young, parallel universe version of his wife at stake) gets to be absolutely gruesome. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Newsarama - Joey Edsall Jun 1, 2016

    Old Man Logan is ultimately a nexus of several different genres that would initially seem incompatible. It is in equal parts a post-apocalyptic story, western, and samurai story. Even though Logan isn't in his world anymore, the part of this world in which he finds himself is essentially the wastelands. The way that this world operates against him and the way violence is so intrinsically apart of it feels right out of a Sergio Leone samurai-inspired spaghetti western. Wolverine himself is a post-modern samurai, with one of the beautiful opening panels paralleling Logan with a ronin, and with the next issue having an explicitly samurai-themed title. Besides, Wolverine as a character has always been tied to Japan. At the nexus of all of these disparate elements, Old Man Logan thrives, and after getting past a few issues of mindless action it's pretty clear why. Read Full Review

  • 7.9
    Multiversity Comics - Liam Budd Jun 6, 2016

    A gloriously drawn issue that establishes motivation for Old Man Logan. Both the character and the book. Read Full Review

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