Death of Wolverine

Death of Wolverine

Graphic Novel - 2015
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All roads must end somewhere, and every hero's story eventually comes to a close. For Logan, the century-old mutant known as Wolverine, that time is now. The loss of his healing factor and the traumatic events of "Three Months To Die" have all led to this, the single most important X-Men event of the decade. Over the years, Logan has been a warrior, a hero, a renegade, a savage, a samurai, a teacher--and so much more. Logan has spent decades being the best there is at what he does...but even the best fade away eventually.
Publisher: New York, NY : Marvel Worldwide, Inc., a subsidiary of Marvel Entertainment, LLC., 2015.
Edition: Graphic novel.
ISBN: 9780785193517
0785193510
Branch Call Number: YF
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm

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Yavin
Sep 07, 2017

Good story and art. As others have said, it could've been longer. Also, I think the ending was a little anti-climactic. Didn't quite expect him to go out the way he did.

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danomcd
Oct 09, 2015

Interesting idea. I definitely liked the story but it could have been told over a couple books.

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duane767
Aug 05, 2015

I think it lives up to its potential to conceivably be the last Wolverine story (though we all know it won't be).

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eex97
Jun 20, 2015

One of The Best Comic Character Death Stories Ever!
Marvel really thought this story through!

black_cheetah_623 Apr 14, 2015

Wow the death of wolverine, and i thought he'd never die because of his healing factor!!

DC387 Apr 13, 2015

Great Artwork & Storyline although the Storyline could have been longer.

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Keogh
Mar 23, 2015

Better perhaps than the character deserves- a lot of that comes from the strength of the writing by Charles Soule. Wolverine has been on borrowed time after losing his healing factor, and someone's coming after him. The way he responds to that spells his end (at least until they write his inevitable return from the dead). The art by Steve McNiven suits the story quite well.

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GSwanLibrary
Feb 15, 2015

I just finished this book and I'm pretty speechless right now.
Great artwork, great story, and a very sad ending that was quite painful to read the last few pages.

Definitely one of the best reads I've ever had. While it's not quite on par with the greatest comics in history (Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns, Warren Miller's Fell, Brian Vaughn's Y The Last Man, Neil Gaiman's the Sandman) this graphic novel right here was almost just as good. A must read for any diehard or even just occasional X-Men/Wolverine fans.

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GSwanLibrary
Feb 15, 2015

GSwanLibrary thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

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