In the jungles of Colombia, people are turning up dead, whole villages brutally slaughtered by a team of soldiers who move through the shadows like ghosts. On the streets of San Francisco, Logan learns that the files from the old Weapon X program, the blueprints for building Adamantium-laced super soldiers like himself, have fallen into the hands of the evil corporation, Roxxon. Once again, it seems, someone is looking to build the perfect killing machine. That means it's time for Wolverine to step in, and remind them that someone already did. Wolverine: Weapon X (2009) #1-5.
|Publisher:||Marvel Enterprises, Inc.|
|Series:||Wolverine: Weapon X Series|
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At this point in Wolverine's long history its hard to tell a completely new tale. That's the problem here. While Ron Garney's art is beautiful and Jason Aaron's dialogue is fantastic, the overall story doesn't seem fresh at all. Wolverine battling an evil corporation has been done multiple times and a connection to the Weapon X program has been done to death. Because of those things the book was just an average read for me. Without spoiling anything, there were developments at the end that do intrigue me but not enough to bump the rating up for me.