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Wolverine #18

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 5 critic ratings.

KRAKOA COMPROMISED! You’ve seen some action in Benjamin Percy’s WOLVERINE, but never quite like this! It’s a life-or-death protection mission as WOLVERINE goes on the run with his friend C.I.A. Agent Jeff Bannister when a secret surveillance device is discovered on Krakoa – and its owners are willing to kill to get it back! But who would go so far as to betray the mutants? Featuring the return of some unexpected adversaries!

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Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
27 pages
Language
English
Price
$1.99
Amazon ASIN
B09CRJM2JN

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5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 96

    You Don't Read Comics

    Wolverine #18 is yet another great chapter in Percys run. He plays off past storylines, closing some out while opening up new ones. This issue has it all, and the art is pretty good too. Wolverine is a perfect example of classic comic storytelling, and its a lot of fun.

  • 91

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Benjamin Percy delivers a quick, fast-paced, action-packed, showdown in this weeks WOLVERINE #18 thats loads of fun and bellowing over with excitement. From being on the run to car chases, this weeks issue had all the makings of an action movie, and then some. Explosions, cascading array of bullets, backstabbing, and even some one-liners not only gave readers the perfect late 80s/ early 90s action movie feel but it was also what made WOLVERINE #18 so dang enjoyable. Sometimes, you just want to read a comic to get away while pushing your troubles aside for a couple of minutes… and thats exactly what Percy does this week.

  • 80

    ComicBook.com

    Wolverine #18 provides some solid action and a satisfying ending.

  • 80

    Comic Watch

    Wolverine #18 has beers on the beach, nonstop fun action, perfect pacing, and continues to show that Percys Wolverine is becoming the gold standard for the character!

  • 45

    AIPT

    Wolverine #18 ends a story arc that’s fine, but also uninteresting and seems a bit pointless. It never makes a case for it being about Wolverine’s friendships, but it’s sort of there on the page. The action is entertaining, though with a story lacking a purpose it’s hard to care about any of it.

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