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Wolverine: Weapon X Paperback – March 18, 2009
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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I think this speaks volumes to people in the world today, how we are so pushed to be specific things by the 'superior intellect' ones who know what's best, and there we are, constantly rebelling, fighting, demanding our humanity be seen and respected for what it is, regardless of who we are or where we came from.
Also I found it strange that Cornelius was (what appeared to be) killed, but yet returns in the Death of Wolverine to totally go all "OH YA?!" towards Logan.
Sat down and read it entirely in less than 45 minutes.
Not an extremely long novel, as none of them really are it seems, but the story within the 100 or so pages is brutal and emotional. The twist at the end adds a nice touch. The extra flashback story from 2001 doesn't make sense, there's no context for it, and it really doesn't add much to the story.
However, I do not regret my purchase, as I know I will read this story again in the future multiple times. A fine addition to my collection.
Anyone who wants to read Wolverine comics should visit Weapon X very soon. I've read Origins, and this older comic turned out to be a lot more fun and haunting. In Wolverine's timeline, Weapon X HAS to be one of the most significant marks. It's moody, daring, gritty, and yet a classic. This is one comic that I could bet on being in nearly ever comic readers' library. If not, it should be.
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