Wolverine

Wolverine

Old Man Logan

Book - 2010
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For 50 years, no one has heard from Wolverine. In his place stands an old man called Logan who is concerned only about his family. But then he is forced to help an old friend --the blind archer, Hawkeye--and drives three thousand miles to secure his family's safety and challenge the Hulk Gang.
Publisher: New York : Marvel, 2010
Edition: Collected editions
ISBN: 9780785131724
0785131728
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 27 cm
Additional Contributors: McNiven, Steve
Alternative Title: Old Man Logan
Call Number: AGN MILLAR, M

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Yavin
Dec 09, 2017

Good story and great artwork, but a bit depressing.

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mwh8
Oct 12, 2017

Love Wolverine, didn't enjoy this book.

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Remington_780
Feb 06, 2016

This is THE definite Wolverine story.

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kaiseryang7
Mar 25, 2015

Gorgeous art, very grim storyline.

rebekahgordon1 Jul 17, 2014

This book is mostly just a purely enjoyable ride, in which you spend 90% of the time shouting, "oh my god Logan just pop your claws and kill everyone already!!" It is bad-ass and awesomely violent. But the emotional backstory is suprisingly affecting too, and the fact that the "what happened to Wolverine to make him like this??" mystery is dragged out for so long actually works well and doesn't feel annoying -- it just makes the ultimate reveal more of an emotional gut-punch.
It's surprisingly hard to find a really good Wolverine story, considering how much potential there is in the character, but Millar has it down: blood-spurting, heads-rolling splash pages + a story that might make you cry a little bit.

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wrath231
Mar 04, 2014

Good story, great artwork...a fun ride for any Wolverine fan!

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rishikanta_p
Jul 07, 2013

Beautifully told story and one of my favorites. One of the best works of Mark Millar.

escobero100 Mar 30, 2013

Like others have said; its a great read. I also don't like Wolverine much but he is great in this novel.

unbalancedbutfair May 11, 2012

Wolverine is one of my favorite characters when he's done well, and one of the most 2 dimensional trite annoying characters when he's written poorly. In this he is written well.

It is worth reading. It was average until the middle, the middle made it worth reading. And yes the end is slightly hackneyed, but it is a believable ending. How Logan got to be what he is, albeit lifted almost directly from greek mythology, is compelling. Incredibly so.

BPLNextBestTeens Mar 02, 2012

At the onset of the story, the entire United States has been overtaken and divided amongst supervillains. Heroes have been wiped out of existence, with the few survivors hiding. Logan lives with his wife Maureen and young children on a plot of land in Sacramento. Logan needs money to pay rent to the landlords of the territory and accepts a job to travel east across the country to deliver a secret illegal package. Appeal factors: lots of action and excellent graphics.

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unbalancedbutfair May 11, 2012

Other: Some cannibalism pops up.

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ClaireStanhope
Oct 19, 2011

Violence: This title contains Violence.

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ClaireStanhope
Oct 19, 2011

"The name isn't Logan, bub... it's Wolverine"

ADiesel Oct 04, 2011

I'm the best there is at what I do. And what I do isn't pretty.

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ClaireStanhope
Oct 19, 2011

ClaireStanhope thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over

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