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Wolverine: Saudade #1

Writer: Jean-David Morvan Artist: Phillipe Bouchet Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: September 10, 2008 Critic Reviews: 2
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    Comics Bulletin - Matthew J. Brady Sep 9, 2008

    So overall, it's not the greatest thing ever, with a plot that is fairly rote, but the beautiful artwork and unconventional style push this book over the top, making it one of the better Wolverine tales in recent memory. If you're interested to see what results when creators who aren't usually associated with mainstream superhero material do when given the keys to Marvel's top moneymaker, be sure to check this out. Read Full Review

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    IGN - Daniel Crown Sep 10, 2008

    Moving somewhat under the radar, Marvel's recent European outreach program continues to create a bevy of fresh material. A lot of purists will dismiss Wolverine Saudade because of its lighthearted approach, but for those willing to give it a chance, there's a lot of heart mixed within all the craziness. The story is briskly paced and nonstop with excitement, definitely worth a look for readers with an open mind. Read Full Review

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