Wolverine: Logan

Wolverine: Logan

by Brian K. Vaughan, Eduardo Risso

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ISBN-13: 9780785171348
Publisher: Marvel Enterprises, Inc.
Publication date: 10/25/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 33 MB
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Wolverine Logan 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
59Square on LibraryThing 7 months ago
After regaining the memories he had once lost, Wolverine travels to Hiroshima. There, he remembers escaping from a Japanese POW camp and Atsuko, a woman he loved. Atsuko was murdered by another POW, Warren, moments before the bombs fell. It is only now that he remembers his past that Logan has returned to deal with the aftermath of that day. As much as I love Vaughn, I have to say I was disappointed in this book. I think this is mostly the subject matter -- I am really tired of "shocking" revealations of Logan's past. Yes, he has witnessed most of the horrors of the 20th Century first hand, yes, every woman he's ever loved has met with a nasty end. We get it. You can stop now. For what it is, this book is well done. Risso isn't my favorite artist, but he gets Wolverine. The fight scenes are kinetic and well done. A nod needs to go to the colorist, Dean White, who gives scenes with Atsuko the look of a Japanese watercolor. Fans of Wolverine will read this regardless of quality. I just wish this creative team had been given a better topic.
Sean_From_OHIO More than 1 year ago
There are two parts of Wolverine's mythos that I almost enjoy, war-time Logan and samurai Logan. And guess what, Brian K. Vaughan delivers both of them here. While the villain is very one-note the overall beauty of the book, both artistically and verbally, is well worth it. Vaughan's Logan is spot-on and Risso's art is amazing. My only hang-ups with this are its too short (maybe I'm just greedy) and its inclusion of new characters that will probably never be seen again. Overall, A very good Wolverine tale.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Risso and bkv. Nuff said
Anonymous More than 1 year ago