Wolverine: Origins, Volume 8: Seven the Hard Way

Wolverine: Origins, Volume 8: Seven the Hard Way

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Wolverine Origins #41-45. Romulus knows Wolverine too well; any plan that Wolverine could come up with, Romulus would anticipate. The solution? Use someone else's plan, a plan that requires the participation of several different and very unlikely characters plucked from all corners of the Marvel Universe. Take Hulk, for example!

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ISBN-13: 9781302368487
Publisher: Marvel
Publication date: 05/28/2015
Series: Wolverine: Origins Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 78 MB
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Wolverine Origins: Seven the Hard Way 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
schatzi on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Well, Daniel Way has actually surprised me - this is a fairly decent arc in the overall disappointing title of Wolverine: Origins. Wolverine, after being thoroughly whipped by Romulus in the previous trade, retreats to enact a plan - an "out of the box" plan that Romulus won't be able to decipher until too late. He needs some help along the way - Bruce Banner and his son, Cloak, Ruby Thursday, Silver Samurai, etc - to make his plan progress.Altogether, this wasn't bad. Wolverine's dedication to Daken is rather interesting, and the action was fairly entertaining, too. I really like the use of Cloak in the story - I think his character has been underutilized for decades. It is interesting enough for me to finish out the series, which is mercifully coming to an end soon. Way's writing is just far too uneven for me to find it consistently anything - sometimes he's spot on, and sometimes he's so far into left field that I find myself slogging through the pages in hopes for a pay off that never comes.