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Subj: Re: X-Men Vol 2 #4-7 (1992) : IMO, Chris Claremont is the only writer who knew how to write Wolverine. Since then, Wolverine hasn't been interesting.
Posted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 at 07:51:04 am EDT (Viewed 73 times)
Reply Subj: X-Men Vol 2 #4-7 (1992) : IMO, Chris Claremont is the only writer who knew how to write Wolverine. Since then, Wolverine hasn't been interesting.
Posted: Thu Oct 05, 2017 at 04:25:51 am EDT (Viewed 75 times)

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The story of X-Men Vol 2 #4-7 is only about badass Wolverine fighting badass Omega Red with the other X-Men around as sidekicks & spectators.

Back then, everybody bought the book because Jim Lee was the most popular penciller of Marvel Comics.

John Byrne is a good writer but, curiously enough, I didn't recognize his style. I am not certain that he contributed a lot to the story.


You didn't like Larry Hama on the book? He's the only Wolverine writer (aside from Claremont) I was thinking I might be interested in reading more from.






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