Essential Wolverine, Vol. 2

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  • Title: Essential Wolverine, Vol. 2
  • Author: Larry Hama Mary Jo Duffy
  • ISBN: 9780785105503
  • Page: 350
  • Format: Paperback
  • Collects Wolverine vol 2, 24 47

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    About “Larry Hama Mary Jo Duffy

    • Larry Hama Mary Jo Duffy

      Larry Hama is an American writer, artist, actor and musician who has worked in the fields of entertainment and publishing since the 1960s.During the 1970s, he was seen in minor roles on the TV shows M A S H and Saturday Night Live, and appeared on Broadway in two roles in the original 1976 production of Stephen Sondheim s Pacific Overtures.He is best known to American comic book readers as a writer and editor for Marvel Comics, where he wrote the licensed comic book series G.I Joe, A Real American Hero, based on the Hasbro action figures He has also written for the series Wolverine, Nth Man the Ultimate Ninja, and Elektra He created the character Bucky O Hare, which was developed into a comic book, a toy line and television cartoon.

    271 thoughts on “Essential Wolverine, Vol. 2

    • Well, if your tastes run toward hyper-masculine meat-heads who run around with swords sprung from their fists (but never really ever seem to cut any one) - this book is for you. Or, if your tastes run toward constantly changing back-stories that are never consistent from anything printed about eight months back - this book is for you. When Wolverine was first introduced in the 1970s he was an interesting footnote for Marvel. After he was popped into the X-Men, he quickly became a fan favorite. S [...]

    • This book finishes up with Madripoor and then starts shifting into Wolverine looking into his past. It also marks Larry Hama's beginning to write this title, and Marc Silvestri coming onboard for art duties. Larry Hama tries to beef up the testosterone, which was so not necessary. Every now and then he drops a line, or writes a sequence that is just silly stupid in its attempt to machoize Wolverine. But he does finally get Logan to start looking into his past, which is probably Hama's biggest le [...]

    • Good! So this continues from Vol 1, from issue 24 to 47, and for the most part it was entertaining, and if you don't already know the artwork is all black and white. So as you can imagine this collects at least 5-6 Wolverine stories, the stories overall are good but nothing spectacular, however since these are before the 2000s the stories can get crazy, so crazy that a stories of today would never do. My favorite story was probably the Lady Deathstrike story, the ones before were good but the on [...]

    • The downside with this volume is that it isn't all Larry Hama. The upside is that when Larry Hama does take over writing duties, it's pure gold. He pulls Wolverine out of Madripoor, which is kind of a dead-end location story-wise, and brings him back where he belongs: the Canadian wilderness. I'm not so much a fan of Samurai Wolverine, or Gritty 80s Badass Wolverine, or Angsty Style Wolverine. I like the avuncular Wolverine who sits around naked in the snowy forests of Alberta, catching fish wit [...]

    • I couldn't find the second volume of the marvel comics limited series Wolverine collection. So I just picked a Wolverine comic book. :( Whoops oh well. I really enjoyed this one also! I love Wolverine so much.4 stars!

    • 3.5/5.This volume doesn't do anything particularly wild or revolutionary with the character, but it is solid adventures for Wolverine to be in. We finally get away from Madripoor, and this volume introduces Elsie Dee, and Albert, the Terminator Wolverine. Fun.

    • The highlight of this collection would be the writing of Jo Duffy and the art of Marc Silvestri They do not work on the same issues.

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