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Wolverine #37

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HULK AND WOLVERINE – TOGETHER AGAIN in LAST MUTANT STANDING Part 1!

LOGAN’s grand tour of the Marvel Universe begins here in the only way it could – face-to-face once more with the INCREDIBLE HULK!

But will they meet as friends or enemies? And WOLVERINE hunts down his remaining THREE CLONES from BEAST’s WEAPONS OF X, for in the end, there can be only one Logan!

The perfect jumping on point as Wolverine’s new status quo in the FALL OF X kicks into high gear!

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
35 pages
Language
English
Price
$4.99
Amazon ASIN
B0C95BMT6N

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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 90

    COMICON

    There’s a whole lot of Logan to go around, with some Hulk smashing, as ‘Wolverine’ #37 officially brings the series into the ‘Fall Of X.’ A hefty nostalgia-filled romp that is as much fun as it is dark and bloody. Pushes all the right buttons when it comes to a Wolverine story.

  • 80

    AIPT

    Wolverine #37 does a lot in a single issue wrapping up a loose end so Orchis can take center stage. There’s plenty here for action fans to sink their teeth into, which is pretty much a guarantee with Benjamin Percy’s entire run.

  • 80

    ComicBook.com

    Benjamin Percy’s delightfully gruesome Wolverine run is back with issue #37, dropping Logan right in the middle of the “Fall of X” drama. But first he has some unfinished business to attend to as three of the underdeveloped Wolverine clones Beast created managed to escape the X-Force thwarting his plan. Logan goes on the hunt to put all three out of their misery, only to find that they’ve each been lured to signature places from his past – his childhood home, Japan and Madripoor. This alone would’ve made for a fun arc across a few issues, but they still manage to tackle the various aspects of Wolverine’s decades as a solo character in just one book. It’s a fun ride, but don’t let The Hulk’s billing on the cover distract you, he’s not much more than a distraction.

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