WOLVERINE DIGS IN! The Flower Cartel and the Pale Girl seem to be one step ahead of Wolverine, but he has a plan. It’s a risky gamble that will take him into the heart of a larger criminal conspiracy even as it puts many mutant lives at risk.
AIPTThis issue of Wolverine is very good. We get to see the deeper side of Logan in a way that is not shown enough to the reader, which is handled beautifully by Benjamin Percy.
Comics: The GatheringOverall ‘Wolverine’ is a must read series. This is such an engaging story married with breathtaking art, I can’t recommend it enough. The only last thing I can say is this book needs more Omega Red! Then I’ll be really happy.
You Don't Read ComicsWolverine #3 is a casually brilliant comic. In three issues, Percy has shown he gets Wolverine better than just about anyone who has written his books since Larry Hama.
Comic WatchWolverine #3 is an excellently written and superbly illustrated issue that shows Percy's ability to make Wolverine a supremely interesting character beyond the stab and slash we know him for while the art team of Kubert, Martin, and Petit knock it out of the park in an issue with everything I want out of a modern Wolverine story.
Monkeys Fighting RobotsWolverine #3 picks up the cliffhanger from last issue, where we find out that things are not nearly as bad as they seem. Wolverine again proves that he's the best at what he does!
The Super Powered FancastThe Story: Benjamin Percy brings this story to a satisfactory conclusion that leaves open the possibility to of bigger, more interesting stories to come. The plot is entertaining and it is always great to see Wolverine in the role of strategist instead of blunt instrument. An enjoyable story that showcases Logan in a more sophisticated and engaging light. The Art: Adam Kubert does some beautifully detailed work throughout the issue. The action is great and the characters look fantastic.
Weird Science DC ComicsEven though the Magneto cold open felt a bit out of character, the rest of the issue drove nicely. The story was thrilling and ultimately made sense while leaving some amazing unanswered questions to uncover throughout Percys run. However, I again just forewarn the creative team to shelf a certain angle of trickery for the foreseeable future. Its just too easy of an out that will become stale if overused. Furthermore, this reviewer feels like its been two out of three issues now where some crazy mojo had to happen to connect the dots and make the story flow. Im excited for whats to come and looking forward to WOLVERINE becoming a solo book again. To date, this is a tremendously entertaining and action-packed series that should be on everyones pull list. Grab it and let me know what you think.
ComicBook.comThis issue of Wolverine wraps up the immediate storyline of the knockoff Krakoan drugs flooding the market, with Wolverine "going rogue" (albeit with a full team of X-Men) to save his human ally and shut down the operation once and for all. It's pretty uninteresting stuff, save for the beginning and end scenes, both of which continue the comic's more interesting storyline of Wolverine struggling to adapt to the new status quo. A scene where Wolverine drinks Magneto under the table doesn't make this comic worth buying, but I think this series (much like Wolverine himself) is still trying to find itself.