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Spider-Girl Presents Wild Thing: Crash Course
     

Spider-Girl Presents Wild Thing: Crash Course

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by Larry Hama (Text by), Ron Lim (Illustrator)
 

Daddy's little girl, just like dear old Mom: The daughter of Wolverine and Elektra! A few years in the future, Wild Thing has to fight like there's no tomorrow against demons, droids and desperados! Guest-starring Wolverine, Elektra and Jubilee of the X-People!

Collects Wild Thing #1-5.

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Daddy's little girl, just like dear old Mom: The daughter of Wolverine and Elektra! A few years in the future, Wild Thing has to fight like there's no tomorrow against demons, droids and desperados! Guest-starring Wolverine, Elektra and Jubilee of the X-People!

Collects Wild Thing #1-5.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785126065
Publisher:
Marvel
Publication date:
12/05/2007
Pages:
128
Product dimensions:
1.00(w) x 1.00(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range:
1 - 18 Years

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Spider-Girl Presents Wild Thing: Crash Course 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love 2nd Gen characters. Wild Thing is the daughter of Wolverine. She's inherited his healing powers and his primal attitude. She has a set of claws, but her's are nothing like her father's. Her claws are psychic claws. They don't cause physical damage, but they cause the same amount of pain as actual wounds would inflict. Wild Thing is a heroine in her own right, and a worthy addition to the Marvel Universe.
Lildre_k More than 1 year ago
The idea of Wolverine and Elektra having a kid sounds awesome, but the way it was executed in these books didn't do it justice enough. First, the comics are more like shorts (12-16 pages); no real story or character development. The stories basically break down to a quick conflict, and a quicker resolution. I'd consider this book to be a fun read with nice art, but with execution like this, it's sadly no wonder why it didn't make it very far.