On the one hand, Wolverine will kill anyone in his way; on the other, he’ll do anything to save those he loves.
He is the best there is at what he does and his own worst enemy!
As Logan comes to grips with his plight and finally begins to heal, the gravity of his recent missions comes into full focus… but will the emergence of figures from his past and his own dual nature.
You Don't Read ComicsWolverine #29 is brilliant. It cuts right to the core of who Wolverine is and reminds readers of that, something that some writers have forgotten over the years. The art is incredible and brings the whole thing to bloody life brilliantly. This story has been excellent so far, a crowning achievement for the book, and this issue keeps that up. It’s easily one of the best issues of this run so far.
Comic WatchWolverine #29 is an incredible issue on all fronts. I was extremely pleased to see the art really lean into the horror aspects of The Pit. It is unclear what will happen now that Wolverine is free from The Pit and potentially Beast, but what is clear is that the next issue will be a blast.
ComicBook.comLogan manages to finally restore his mind, but as has been the case with the rest of this arc, it was through more stomach-churning body horror. The big reveal about what has happened to this particular area of Krakoa is fascinating. And while I can't say that I've been keeping with the entire X-Men run lately, this feels like it could be a potential endgame for the entire Krakoa saga if Marvel ever decides to pull the trigger on that idea.
COMICONThere is only so many times one can go down the same path before it starts to just become far too routine, and that is very much where ‘Wolverine' is as a title and character currently. Some interesting nuggets are consumed by the all too familiar tropes that have plagued the character for decades, with not a bit of relief in sight.