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Death of Wolverine Paperback – January 26, 2016
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McNiven's art is quite good although one important character, whose identidad I will not reveal to avoid spoilers, seems a twin of Hawkeye from the pages of Old Man Logan. If it were a movie I had say there was no budget to hire another actor xD Actually even the personality of this important character seems more akin to the cynic Hawkeye than that of the character himself.
The Death of Wolverine is the icing on what is the Wolverine cake, presenting a solid Wolverine tale strewn with fan service references and quipps about the characters new found situation - without a healing factor in play, death may well be inevitable for our previously immortal hero. As the story is quick to point out, this time around wolverine needs to learn NOT to rely on his indestructibility, or his trademark adamantium claws, and wolverine finds himself having to approach obstacles in an entirely new approach.
As a part casual reader and a part die hard fan - The Death of Wolverine perfectly summed up Logan's long running tale. A tale of running, fighting, and at long last acceptance.