Wolverine: Origins & Endings

Wolverine Origins Endings Left shaken at ground zero after the cataclysmic events of House M Logan has no choice but to soldier on as he s done so many times before but has the burden now become too great In his lifetime Lo

  • Title: Wolverine: Origins & Endings
  • Author: Daniel Way Javier Saltares Mark Texeira
  • ISBN: 9780785119791
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Paperback
  • Left shaken at ground zero after the cataclysmic events of House M, Logan has no choice but to soldier on, as he s done so many times before but has the burden now become too great In his lifetime, Logan has been both a hero and a villain, a player and a pawn but what is he now Don t miss out on the beginning of an epic than a century in the making Collecting Left shaken at ground zero after the cataclysmic events of House M, Logan has no choice but to soldier on, as he s done so many times before but has the burden now become too great In his lifetime, Logan has been both a hero and a villain, a player and a pawn but what is he now Don t miss out on the beginning of an epic than a century in the making Collecting Wolverine 36 40

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    • Following the events of House of M, Logan remembers everythinghis entire past. This is bad news for the people who used him over the years, people I'm sure were told he'd never remember, but now he's coming for all of them.Logan was trained to be a weapon more than once and he remembers all of his training, all the things he's done, and he wants answers. In true Wolverine style he asks questions with his razor sharp adamantium claws. Seeing inside Wolverine's head through this process is frighte [...]


    • In the early and mid 90's, I used to love Texeira's highly stylized art. It was solid, bit frenetic and seemed highly combustible. Like it was just exploding outward from every panel. Looking back at those books he worked on like Ghost Rider, I still like the style but realize he has always had a problem with paneling. He still does 15 years later. The composition of the artwork is poor, leaving wide open spaces where your eye wanders and no focal point or contrast. Poor show, Mr. Texeira.And by [...]


    • Wolverine remembers everything, now he's on a mission for revenge and to solve even more questions that have arisen. Heading to Japan, 1st he needs to get the Silver Samurai's attention, and get some answers from him. Which wont come easy. Heads back west, to the abandoned weapon x facility, and confronts the Winter Soldier. Flashback of new history is revealed of his time in Japan with wife Itsu. And a revelation that will change his life and the marvel universe forever. Pum pum pumDoesn't seem [...]


    • This impressive saga chronicles the plight of Wolverine after he recovers his memories after decades of brain-washing and abuse. This epic tale gives the reader a glimpse into one of the more complex heroes in the Marvel universe. I particularly enjoyed the dialogue, the surprise twists (even with foreshadowing there were revelations I did not see coming), and the action. The artwork was not as wonderful, but good enough that it wasn't a distraction.I think Wolverine fans would love this story, [...]


    • Continuing the (sometimes) great x-read of 2017Since I am at the very tail end of 2017 and I haven't updated my reading in quite a while so I am "cheating" and just kind of writing one review for all of the volumes that I have read so that I can get them up by the end of the year.The aftermath of M day has been mixed to say the least. There were a few high points (Cable and Deadpool, the 198, the beginning of the new X-factor series and more than a fair share of low points (the new Excalibur, Co [...]


    • Origins & Endings (36-40). This book has a great premise: Wolverine has recovered his memories, and he's mad. He wants some vengeance! Unfortunately, the actual implementation is horrible. It's literally incoherent. He fights Silver Samurai for some reason, then he messes around with SHIELD, then he attacks Bucky. It's never clear what's going on or what Logan's remembering or why he's doing what he's doing. The Winter Soldier issues at the end are the only ones that start to come clear, as [...]




    • I have not read many Wolverine books, so this is automatically one of my favorites. Part of this Wolverine story has a connection to to Bucky Barnes, when he was the Winter Soldier. I enjoyed that cross over.


    • Daniel Ways' plots in this volume plant the seeds for much of the convoluted garbage that has characterized Wolverine's solo adventures for the last half-decade. Here we are introduced to yet another woman in Wolverine's past who was tragically killed because of him. She was pregnant and (in later volumes) we find out that the fetus was ripped from her womb and survived to become Daken (a ridiculous, unnecessary character). Daniel Way also creates "The Masamune Blade" in this story. A weapon tha [...]


    • This volume serves as a lead-in to the Wolverine Origins series (not to be confused with the movie of a similar name) and this story made me want to start reading that series. Saltares' and Texeira's moody art style is one I enjoy, and the style is appropriate for the serious story being told. This story promises to answer nearly any question left that fans ever had about Wolverine's past not answered by the Origin mini-series, and the answers begin here with more revelations. The idea that Wolv [...]


    • Logan regains the memories of his past after the events of House of M. He goes after Silver Samurai to get info, which leads to Dept. K where Weapon X took place, he was turned into who he is. He also discovers someone else was involvedBucky.This leads to another showdown where a major revelation takes place. We also get flashback explaining the origin and how Logan ended up with the Muramasa Blade. up the Wolverine:Origins run.


    • This was the end of the normal Wolverine ongoing series and the prelude to the Wolverine: Origins series. The artist was better than the upcoming Dillon (on the Origins series), but Logan still doesn't look like he should. Way delivered an enjoyably story and this book actually earned three stars for the story and not just because it's Wolverine (as opposed to my last review).


    • At the end of House of M, Logan regained all his memories. This story takes place immediately after that. Logan starts searching for answers about his past and retrubution against those who have exploited him. Even though it is part of the 2003 Wolverine series, the book is more of a prequel to the Wolverine Origins series.


    • It's amazing the range of writing and art for Wolverine. He is clearly a difficult character to write and draw based on how often he is done badly. This isn't him being done perfectly but it is not bad. It at least somewhat captures who he is, how he thinks and tries to show why he is the way he is. It gets pieces of it.


    • An interesting look into Wolverine's past. I'm particularly fond of this TPB because of the art; it's absolutely gorgeous. The artist manages to capture Wolverine's roughness while still crafting some damn beautiful, soft artwork.


    • Si Lobezno es un personaje interesante es porque es misterioso y salvaje, y la manĂ­a actual de explicar los misterios que lo rodeaban no le hacen ningĂșn bien. Este volumen post-DinastĂ­a de M es bastante prescindible.


    • Coming off of the revelation of House of M, where Wolvie gets his memories back, here Mr. Way attempts to add to the mystique of Logan's past. Not entirely successful as this just seems tacked on and not entirely useful.





    • Illustrations is fair. The only secret origin good enough to hear is Bucky killing Wolvie's wife. No other origin story than that.


    • This one made me fall totally back in love with Wolverine. The beginning is strong, and parts of his past are unlockedI devoured this one very quickly.



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