THE UNUSUAL SUSPECTS!
Stolen goods. A torched ship. A missing sword. Wolverine’s on the case, but what mind games is Solem playing?
The new X-villain comes into his own in this arc!
Comic WatchThis story is a cinematic experience Sergio Leone or Kurosawa by way of James Bond. By the time I got to the end, my appetite had merely been whetted.
Comics: The GatheringOverall Wolverine delivers a solid issue proving again why this has been a must read series. Action, detective work, paying homage to an odd 90's movie, there is so much jammed into this issue that just makes it such an outstanding book.
The Super Powered FancastAdam Kubert delivers some great imagery throughout this issue. There are so many great visual moments that are punctuated by awesome style and energy.
COMICONThis issue is a fantastic encapsulation of what the creative team can do, as well as the potential of the series. A noir pastiche transforms into a pirate romp and it's just one hell of a ride.
The Comicbook DispatchWOLVERINE #14 opens up a brand new arc that's cluttered with setup and disposition to get the ball rolling. However, the new character introduced by Percy as well as the story itself certainly has the potential for success.
AIPTWolverine #14 is an intriguing start to a new chapter for Logan that has an old-school feel longtime Wolverine fans won't want to miss. It also zips along with a good pace, though it does feel like it's missing connective tissue between scenes at times. All in all, it's a solid start to Wolverine figuring out his new Arakki nemesis.
ComicBook.comYou've got a murder mystery, Wolverine is playing the detective In Madripoor alongside pirates jousting on speedboats. What's not to like?
You Don't Read ComicsWolverine #14 is just a solid issue of Wolverine. Percy does such a great job with the character and builds an exciting plot, playing off what he set up in the Hellfire Gala issues. Kubert and Martin return on art and knock it out of the park. This issue isn't going to change the world, but it's a lot of fun.