Wolverine #60

Writer: Marc Guggenheim Artist: Howard Chaykin Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: December 12, 2007 Critic Reviews: 2
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Years ago, Logan was resurrected by the Hand. Revisiting the memories of that moment for the first time, he discovers that Shogun was there from the very beginning. What do Shogun and Scimitar have in store for Wolverine?

  • 7.5
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Dec 12, 2007

    Looking back over the last few years, it seems like Marvel's writers have done Logan a lot more harm than good in the exploration of his past. Guggenheim is one of the few to do justice to the character in all that time. If that doesn't convince you to give the current arc a shot, you probably should give up on solo Wolverine stories altogether. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Geoff Collins Dec 20, 2007

    There are good scenes that I liked in this - those have a lot of exposition too. The opening scene is primarily there to remind the reader of a protagonist that doesnt appear in the rest of this issue and explain some of what previously happened. Like I said, theres not much importance to the text in the toy store scene. When Logan is walking everything thats happened in this arc is explained and shown in the art. That apartment scene spends most of its time saying who Shiori is, but helps lead into the next scene. Chaykin shows everything that you need to know about the scene with Shogun, so skip the words. Finally the last scene talks about things that have happened to the characters in the scene before a big reveal. Read Full Review

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