Wolverine #7

Wolverine #7

Writer: Paul Cornell Artist: Alan Davis Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: July 24, 2013 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 6 User Reviews: 1
7.1Critic Rating
7.0User Rating

After the events of Wolverine #6, Logan must adjust to a very different kind of life.How will his friends and rivals respond to his new status quo?Guest-starring Storm and Beast!

  • 8.0
    Imagination Centre - John McCubbin Sep 11, 2013

    This issue is bound to get mixed responses, but I for one really enjoyed it, and loved to see how Wolverine's copping living as a mortal. I also liked the emotion that was added, as although it may have been a little too much, it was nice to see, and showed that Wolverine does know what fear is. It also had a few nice cameo appearances, as well as some interesting development points, and I look forward to seeing how the story progresses in the next issue. I personally would highly recommend this issue, but due to the type of issue would also recommend caution as although I loved it, you may not. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Hero Nuggets - Hero Nuggets Aug 6, 2013

    If you haven't been reading this series this new arc seems to be a great place to jump on for a short arc with a lot of heart. Wolverine really is the best at what he does in this issue! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics: The Gathering - kanchilr1 Jul 24, 2013

    This is a great issue that slows the plot of the series down once again, but in this case focusing on character is a good thing. Cornell exceeds in this type of work, and in the future it would be great if this book featured the now fragile persona of Logan more prominently. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    AiPT! - Sam Roche Jul 25, 2013

    The writing is solid for the most part. Paul Cornell is not my favorite writer in part because he writes mediocre dialogue. Although the pacing is questionable (one of the scenes in a bar made no Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Vine - Gregg Katzman Jul 24, 2013

    VerdictThis chapter strives for some heavy feels and brings in a lot of cameos to give extra perspective, but not all of the scenes work and while some are fairly somber moments, nothing here is likely to get the waterworks going. That said, one thing this book consistently does is revitalize my interest with each cliffhanger. Even if you agree this issue is just okay (or even worse), it ends on a note which is sure to keep most around for at least the next issue. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    IGN - Jesse Schedeen Jul 24, 2013

    As "Killable" hasn't officially kicked off, Mirco Pierfederici is back fro one more issue before Alan Davis resumes the art duties. Pierfederici's has never been able to compete with Davis'. The good news is that, because this action places such an emphasis on quieter moments over action and spectacle, Pierfederici's style is better suited than it was in the previous two issues. Read Full Review

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