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Anywho, I picked this book out of the throng for literally no other reason then it was the first one I saw and it directly ties in to the new movie. They’re from 1979, and, I would assume, onward and they’re taken from the weekly Hulk Comic that was created around the time the live action series was gaining popularity.It’s a collection of stories that tell Logan’s origins with the Weapon X project, shed some light on his Japanese love interest and her evil father, (why can’t they just have a well adjusted home for once? There’s some big names involved, including Dave Gibbons and Steve Dillon, and it should be interesting to see what a British take on the Hulk is like. And apparently it’s popular because they keep putting them out.A crazy virologist wants to try and kill the unkillable Logan by eliminating his healing ability and taking him out. ) to try and push Logan to his limits and find out what he’s capable of.I like the idea of a guy who’s all about viruses trying to come up with one that will over ride Logan’s healing ability. And he’s not off to the greatest start with his new X-Force.
Sounds like a few one-off stories collected together to give you a taste of what’s to come from this new X-Force. DC cheats on his first love and gives us his take on Marvel’s flagship franchise with 3 different stories featuring Earth’s mightiest heroes. They’re also doing this with two volumes of Aquaman.
The first volume of this series revolved around the word Heroic and, like this volume, profits from the book go to charity. Anyone familiar with LW&C will know the basic story all ready: travelling samurai has a child with him to he must keep safe while killing people and defending his honor.
The 2100 version has the samurai played by an android and the cub, Daisy Ogami, is somehow the salvation of a dying future. I read that it was one of the biggest hits in the comic book industry for 2012 and one of the most successful “all-ages” comic books ever. I watched some of the show and I didn’t get why it was so popular.
Of course the X-Men help him get revenge and apparently some space pirates as well (again WTF? If you can get past some of those oddities this might be a wild and original ride for fans of the Wolverine! He gets branded a terrorist and has to fight his foster daughter, Hope.
And they have to track down Colossus and figure out why his powers are on the fritz. I swore I wouldn’t do this again this month, but, I have to give a firm and resounding ‘WTF? I’ll admit I’m not very up to date on my Marvel Universe and maybe I’m missing something, but how is this a good idea? Oh well, maybe somebody’s into it – issue 12 hits the news stand soon.
Lone Wolf must keep her safe from powerful people who want all for their own. I doubt I’ll read the book even though they’re super popular. And pickings were slim this month without double dipping into another companies releases and I decided not to do that.