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little kon-el

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Subj: Well, you gotta be heartless if you can't get teary-eyed reading Generations: Wolverine and All New Wolverine...
Posted: Wed Aug 16, 2017 at 02:49:25 pm EDT (Viewed 156 times)


I'm not giving any spoilers, but it feels like Claremont decided to write one-last Wolverine story in 1986 and decided that it would have Laura in it as a main character. Out of all the Generations books so far, this one really touches the heart-strings and plays fair with both the characters in a way that brings out the best in both of them.

Tom Taylor is great as the writer. He understands the subtle way of showing movement and acting in what the characters say. This the first time I've seen something by Ramon Roskins, but I like it and I hope to see more from him because he really gets the pace and figure placement right so that Laura and Logan are really different figures actors on the page. I haven't seen that difference before, but it is nice to see Laura as something other than a Logan clone. And the colorist, Nolan Woodard really compliments the whole piece with shades of Red and Purple and Green throughout that really accentuate the purples and greens and reds at the end.

Well done all around. This is worth picking up, especially if you're a Wolverine fan.

Best Quote of the Story: "I'm the best there is at what I do. But I can try to be better at this."


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