Wolverine/Doop #1
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Wolverine/Doop #1

Writer: Peter Milligan Artist: Darwyn Cooke Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
6.0Critic Rating
6.0User Rating

The new collector has stolen the Pink Mink and has set her pink powers loose around the world. It's up to Wolvie and Doop to bring her down!

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - David Kozlowski May 20, 2003

    I'm perfectly willing to give this book the license to be odd & unusual, as Peter Milligan has proven that he'll deliver in the end. However, I must confess this issue left me a bit disappointed, as it's a little too bizarre for me to really sink my teeth into. Now perhaps the second chapter will pull it all together, and this opening chapter will improve when I have a bit more insight into what Peter Milligan is trying to pull off, but right now the story left me a bit flat. I mean there's elements to enjoy, as I rather like the idea of Logan cast into the private investigator role, and there is a nice air of mystery & intrigue in the air. I also enjoy the surreal element that Doop brings to the book, and for the most part the little guy holds up his end of the book. However the mystery involving the pink mink & the woman who looks to have stolen it is a little too vague & unfocused. The issue also doesn't really help itself with a couple abrupt scene jumps. Read Full Review

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