Wolverine: Enemy of the State, Volume 2

Wolverine Enemy of the State Volume Wolverine may be back in S H I E L D custody but at what cost As the X Men mourn a fallen teammate in a funeral befitting a hero Hydra celebrates the coronation of a new leader And the reign of terr

  • Title: Wolverine: Enemy of the State, Volume 2
  • Author: Mark Millar Klaus Janson John Romita Jr.
  • ISBN: 9780785116271
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Paperback
  • Wolverine may be back in S.H.I.E.L.D custody, but at what cost As the X Men mourn a fallen teammate in a funeral befitting a hero, Hydra celebrates the coronation of a new leader And the reign of terror continues, as the Hand picks off meta humans one by one Will Wolverine be deprogrammed in time to stop the carnage Plus the secret origin of the Gorgon Collecting WoWolverine may be back in S.H.I.E.L.D custody, but at what cost As the X Men mourn a fallen teammate in a funeral befitting a hero, Hydra celebrates the coronation of a new leader And the reign of terror continues, as the Hand picks off meta humans one by one Will Wolverine be deprogrammed in time to stop the carnage Plus the secret origin of the Gorgon Collecting Wolverine 26 32

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    About “Mark Millar Klaus Janson John Romita Jr.

    • Mark Millar Klaus Janson John Romita Jr.

      Mark Millar is the New York Times best selling writer of Wanted, the Kick Ass series, The Secret Service, Jupiter s Legacy, Jupiter s Circle, Nemesis, Superior, Super Crooks, American Jesus, MPH, Starlight, and Chrononauts Wanted, Kick Ass, Kick Ass 2, and The Secret Service as Kingsman The Secret Service have been adapted into feature films, and Nemesis, Superior, Starlight, War Heroes, Jupiter s Legacy and Chrononauts are in development at major studios His DC Comics work includes the seminal Superman Red Son, and at Marvel Comics he created The Ultimates selected by Time magazine as the comic book of the decade, Wolverine Old Man Logan, and Civil War the industry s biggest selling superhero series in almost two decades Mark has been an Executive Producer on all his movie adaptations and is currently creative consultant to Fox Studios on their Marvel slate of movies.



    244 thoughts on “Wolverine: Enemy of the State, Volume 2

    • When Wolverine realizes he made a mistake here by leaving a few people alive, he kills them too. Except for Elektra, who is a badass in her own right and who has now disappeared. I smell sequel!


    • A little bit better bit of course, it is easier to kill thousands of Hand's ninja or hundreds of Shield agents than one main character. Death of the Gorgon is good touch, and did in the same way as Greek mythological creature


    • La segunda parte del arco Enemy of the State es Wolverine: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. y a pesar de no ser igual de buena como la primera (tiene mucho menos coherencia) no le quita mérito. What Millar giveth, Millar taketh away. 3.8/5


    • 2.5Stars.Art better, story not.Killing. Lots. Elektra turns turns. Shady Fury with Northstar body.Smart kill by Logan, stupid logic by Millar.


    • Cierre de la etapa Millar+JRJR en Wolverine y colafón de aquella historia que reseñara hace un par de días. Previsiblemente, con Wolverine liberado del control de los villanos e iniciando su loco raíd de venganza, la tensión baja un poco de nivel. Capaz que se debe a que ya no quedan tantos personajes invitados involucrados de verdad -salvo Elektra, que protagoniza una de las vueltas de tuerca más interesantes, el resto ni pincha ni corta- o que sabemos más acá o más allá qué va a pas [...]


    • I really enjoyed this, though it was completely over the top and did get a tad repetitive by story’s end. Tie up was a little easy too.That aside, this was destruction on an epic scale, with Wolverine back to his nasty self doing what he does best. Millar is not the most subtle of writers, but he does deliver entertainment in spades, which he does here.Romita’s art suits the script perfectly, huge panels and layouts giving it an action movie feel. Loved his Wolverine, captured his essence we [...]


    • Continuing the great x-read of 2017Felt this was pretty much disappointing all around. Not unreadable by any stretch, but not a book that I would recommend to anyone.



    • I re-read this one today years after my first read-through, and I found that I didn't like it just as much as I had then. The restraint that Millar had shown in Wolverine: Enemy of the State, Vol. 1 was not present this time. There was more verbal abuse between characters, and the action was repetitive. How many ways do I really need to see Wolverine skewer ninjas, after all? Romita's art was just a notch below his output in Wolverine: Enemy of the State, Vol. 1. Body proportions were often time [...]


    • Following his stint as a brainwashed agent of Hydra, Wolverine is back for redemption - and violence - in the second volume of Mark Millar's Enemy of the State storyline. While being deprogrammed in a virtual environment, Hydra sends in a squad of its deadliest super-powered agents to take out the SHIELD helicarrier. Former X-Man Northstar is leading the charge, but the tide turns when Wolverine is set loose to defend the SHIELD agents. Seething with hatred at being used once again, Logan loads [...]


    • el segundo volumen de enemy of the state pule los buenos rasgos del primero. están, por supuesto, los inesperados giros como de blockbuster en esteroides --la llegada de los centinelas, la revelación de elektra como espía encubierta--, pero siempre contenidos, siempre manteniendo el argumento inicial. (mi hipótesis es que mark millar tiene que tirar un poco más abajo de lo acostumbrado al trabajar en editoriales grandes. esta hipótesis se refuerza porque los comics independientes que publi [...]


    • Enemy of the State (20-31). Before Millar, Wolverine had lost a lot of his savagery. He was thoroughly domesticated, and so no longer the character that had won his popularity in the X-Men. Millar changed that with a simple twist: he made Wolverine into a villain. Now other writers, past and present, have tried this route to his little success. But Millar made it believable and total with Hand brainwashing, and the result is one of the best Wolverine saga ever.Wolverine is a beast again, a force [...]


    • Qué torpe de mi parte haber marcado como "to-read" una saga que había leído hace años. Como sea, el haberla tenido a mano para releerla me hizo notar por qué no la recordaba bien: no es la gran cosa. Mucho tiro, lío y cosha golda pero poca idea interesante. Cuando Millar está en "mirá qué loco que soy" es cuando más comunardo queda, sobre todo cuando exagera las situaciones (en este caso, la cantidad de asesinatos) para parecer más sacado todavía y termina dejando gusto a parodia. Pu [...]


    • Agent of Shield didn't pack a lot of punch like the Enemy of the State but it's still a good read. There's a misconception with Nick Fury's last statement in the Enemy of the State ending.He said they're turning him into a Killing machine but in fact they didn't. I think it was cool if Wolverine just stayed brainwashed and used by the government. On another note, the backstory of the Gorgon is quite good, though his powers is just a rip-off of Medusa. The part I love most about this book is Wolv [...]


    • The only reason I didn't give this the full five stars is because the first part of this was simply amazing. The conclusion just can't live up to it. That's not because Millar and Romita Jr. aren't up to the task, however. Far from it. It's just that the first half was stunning in scope and idea, and even the best creators in the world would have a tough time topping it.Wolverine is back with S.H.I.E.L.D but the fallout from the previous collection looms large. There is a lot of unfinished busin [...]


    • If you don't mind being dropped into the middle of the story, there's a lot to like here. Wolverine has (due to some brainwashing by HYDRA) done some Very Bad Things. We start here as the Very Bad Things continue to worsen, but Wolverine begins to come out of the brainwashing. Which means two things: he finds out just how much damage he's done and he starts to dish out some serious payback. Some of John Romita Junior's best art in service to a fast-paced story not afraid to leave the audience be [...]


    • Picked this up from TFAW (I love their nick and dent section). Couldn't resist the Steranko cover omage. I may have to pick up the first volume, but it didn't feel essential to understanding the story line. Basically, the short version of this volume of Wolverine: "No time for dialogue, to busy mowing down thousands of evil minions (Hydra, The Hand, anybody else that get's in Logan's way)!" Not bad at all if you're into that sort of thing. I was definitely into that sort of thing when I read thi [...]


    • Book Info: This collection containsWolverineissues #26-32.ABSOLUTE RATING: 3/5 starsSTANDARDIZED RATING: <3/5 stars>


    • Interesante continuación de Enemigo del Estado, con un Lobezno convertido en un máquina de matar y no en alguien que se contiene. Romita en el dibujo está excelente, muy lejos de sus mediocres resultados actuales.


    • I loved how Wolverine was so very unstable but still so very awesome! It really gave him a cool personality that he was all crazy but he still couldn't kill the good people.


    • The story was pretty good, but I didn't care for a lot of the artwork. I felt it was inconsistant and it felt rushed in a lot of the panels.



    • Wolverine is a bloody mess by the end of this, and it's nice to see. Millar concludes this collection with a narrative that's approved by Eisner, and is actually pretty good.



    • Very, very cool. Wolverine is pissed that he's been the pawn of the teamed-up Hand, Hydra and the mutant death cult, so he's out for revenge.




    • Wolverine gets his claws wet with revenge. Nothing too special about how this book is laid out aside from the twinkle of violence in Millar/Romita, Jr.'s respective eyes.


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