I have read this many times since it was first released and each time I love it.
This book is a must have (My opinion though) for any Spidey, Wolvie, or just a old Marvel fan that wants to have fun again.
This book is amazing, and Aaron manages to tell a story that is both intriguing, funny, and moving.
This was one very wild ride. Logan and Spiderman just timejumpin' all over. I really,really enjoyed every single page of this. Read morePublished 12 months ago by clinton smith
probably one of the best ever. 2 completely opposite characters that work extremely well together. Jason Aaron writes them perfectly. Kubert nails the look.Published 22 months ago by Gavin_Khariot
I've been reading through Jason Aaron's Wolverine, and though it tends to be pretty good and solid, it rarely gets amazing.
This book is amazing. Read more
Big stakes without the usual bluster. An irreverent tale that is big on the madcap ideas and dynamic action pieces that fans of superhero comics love. Read morePublished on August 3, 2012 by Sean Rueter
Long story short, this 6 issue mini-series reads like a high-quality cartoon show, and is in no way similar to the excellent first 24 issues of "Astonishing X-men". Read morePublished on July 16, 2012 by ravl13
Rather mediocre. It gets points for Kubert's art, which is generally always good. Aaron is certainly capable of good work, so I don't think he's really to blame for why the story... Read morePublished on April 9, 2012 by William Kendall