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Weapon X-Men #4 (of 4)

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THE IMMORTAL ONSLAUGHT!

The all-powerful Onslaught has decided to become truly all-powerful… by adding the Phoenix Force to its own incalculable might!

And one of the Wolverines is about to help him get there by turning against their leader, Phoenix.

Old Man Logan, Age of Apocalypse, Zombie, Earth X and Jane Howlett – the Wolverines of five tragic universes – come to the end of their multiversal journey… but will it be their end as well?

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Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
23 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CWPM1V3Y

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2 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Nerd Initiative

    Issue 4 wraps up this Weapon X-Men story with a lovely bow. A bow I hope to untie one day, so I can see more of this band of Logan misfits. Any Wolverine fan MUST add this to their pull list. So much story, and so much Wolverine in just 4 issues, tying past stories together so seamlessly (complete with an index in the back), and introducing us to Jane Howlett. A character I would love to read more about.

    There were 5 different versions of everyone’s favorite little runt (even more at times), all so different with different pasts. Yet, each one made me fall even more in love with this character. There really isn’t anyone else who is the best at what they do, and while Wolverine will never know it, what he does is often much nicer than he thinks. SNIKT!

  • 50

    ComicBook.com

    Weapon X-Men concludes its run with an ending you can see coming a mile away, which doesn’t mean the execution is lacking but rather that it makes the entire journey itself feel uninspired. Artist Yıldıray Çınar delivers when it counts though, making the action beats fun and interesting, with a twist on the Age of Apocalypse Wolverine that elicited a vocal reaction from yours truly. The series on the whole is one that didn’t reinvent the wheel in any respect, in fact it felt like a copy of a copy, though there is one moment of bitter irony in the final pages that is a hoot.

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