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Wolverine #44

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 7 critic ratings.


Death has followed LOGAN for over a century. But as the blood pools and the gravestones pile up around him, what happens when SABRETOOTH kills again?

The fallout of significant mutant deaths, and a desperate tactical play by WOLVERINE and X-FORCE turns the SABRETOOTH WAR on its head!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
25 pages
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7 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    Excellent chapter full of shocking revelations and moments of extreme violence. The Laura and Savage sequence…WOW.

    With details and many strokes, the art offers a dynamic texture that increases the level of violence.

  • 95

    Nerd Initiative

    The Sabretooth War is heating up! There’s never been a better time to get in on this Wolverine run (except maybe issue 1). If you feel overwhelmed, don’t. Grab an issue and dive in.

    At the beginning of each one, there is always a ‘previously on’ page that is perfect to catch you right up, and get ready for whatever berserker raged chaos is about to go down. This comic is an absolute must for any Wolvie fan out there! SNIKT!

  • 85


    “Sabretooth War” part 4 rages on in Wolverine #44 as “Captain” Sabretooth takes a central focus while the heroes lick their wounds. Expect great art and good emotionality in the characters.

  • 80

    Comic Watch

    Overall, Wolverine #44 is a Wolverine-centric issue that delivers some fun action, and heavy moments and sets things up for the next issue in an interesting way. This issue also does a fairly good job explaining where we currently are storywise and is a great opportunity for readers to get caught up to speed whether they are new to the event or didn’t follow along with the related titles the last few years.

  • 80


    A momentary lull in the battle brings the various players up to speed in Wolverine #44, while there is still blood to be spilled. A mostly solid middle chapter that keeps the rough-tumble feelings the story has cultivated.

  • 65

    Geek'd Out

  • 60

    Wolverine #44 finally gives us something of a break from the gorefest that has been the “Sabretooth War.” There’s not too much in the way of plot – Wolverine reflects on his seemingly endless blood feud with Creed, there’s mourning over the lost and Creed fury over being imprisoned underneath Krakoa is given some visuals straight out of Dante’s Inferno. But overall the focus is setting the table for what’s coming in the next few months.

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