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Wolverine: Madripoor Knights #2 (of 5)

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MELEE IN MADRIPOOR AS ROUGHOUSE AND BLOODSCREAM RETURN! WOLVERINE, CAPTAIN AMERICA and BLACK WIDOW delve deeper into the mystery of the missing weapon in Madripoor and come face-to-face with Logan’s old enemies, ROUGHOUSE and BLOODSCREAM! If Bloodscream gets his hands on any of these heroes, neither a mutant nor a Super-Soldier will make it through unscathed! And what mysterious ALLY holds the key to victory…if our heroes can save them in time?! The untold sequel to UNCANNY X-MEN #268 continues with shocking revelations of a mission you only thought you knew…

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Format
Kindle Edition
Print Length
22 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CR1RS5FC

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3 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 95

    Nerd Initiative

    We get more of Madripoor, along with a team up that is all too perfect. Wolvie, Cap, and Nat are all heroes way out of their time who truly seem to care (even if they might pretend they don’t). Yet each follows a different set of rules. Nevertheless they trust and respect each other. Whether they’re in action or discussing their next move, these three play off each other perfectly. Every Wolverine, Cap, Black Widow, X-Men, Marvel, Superhero, etc. fan should be adding this to their pull list. SNIKT!

  • 60

    ComicBook.com

    Wolverine: Madripoor Knights #2 continues to build up the plot for this retro sequel, revealing that Wolverine, Cap and Natasha are actually caught in the middle of a power struggle between the two gangs running the titular island. Between the ninjas and the henchmen (an energy vampire and a big guy in a suit) the trio wind up fighting, the book embraces its 80s cheesiness. It’s by no means a must-read, but I imagine this would be fun if you were keeping up with Marvel back then.

  • 40

    COMICON

    With barest hint at a greater narrative purpose, Wolverine: Madripoor Knights #2 is an improvement over the debut issue. The pedestrian writing and art still leaving it struggling to standout.

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