Red Wolf #1 (2015)

Red Wolf #1 (2015)

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VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Nathan Edmondson (A) Dalibor Talajic (CA) Jeffrey Veregge
Frontier boomtown Timely has more than its share of scoundrels: it takes a hero to keep them in line. Red Wolf-the Cheyenne who crossed the desert and stood up to Mayor Wilson Fisk in Secret Wars' 1872-is the only man who can fill fallen Sheriff Steve Rogers' boots. As an outsider and an honest man, Red is going to need all his wits, and both his fists, to serve and protect. The tale of how Red Wolf wins the West starts in 1872, and will take him farther than he could ever imagine! Rated T+

Date Available: 12/02/2015
BONUS REVIEW by John "Doc" Schaefer


Not since the epic Avengers #80 (original series) have I looked forward to the return of a western character. And while Nathan Edmondson's tale is well executed and has an interesting concept which smacks of Back To The Future 3 and Time Rider, it is still suffering from a couple of issues. Never a big fan of the 1872 universe, this is a case of a way to continue an alternate Marvel Universe with a secondary character. Next, one of the coolest parts of the original Red Wolf was his outfit. Native Averican in street clothes is dull. It's almost as if Red Wolf sold out to the Man. Saddest part is when the man from the future uses the word "convergence" Wasn't that trademarked by another company? Still, lets see where we go.

I give it 7 out of 10 Grahams


VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
(W) Nathan Edmondson (A) Dalibor Talajic (CA) Jeffrey Veregge
Frontier boomtown Timely has more than its share of scoundrels: it takes a hero to keep them in line. Red Wolf-the Cheyenne who crossed the desert and stood up to Mayor Wilson Fisk in Secret Wars' 1872-is the only man who can fill fallen Sheriff Steve Rogers' boots. As an outsider and an honest man, Red is going to need all his wits, and both his fists, to serve and protect. The tale of how Red Wolf wins the West starts in 1872, and will take him farther than he could ever imagine! Rated T+

Date Available: 12/02/2015
BONUS REVIEW by John "Doc" Schaefer


Not since the epic Avengers #80 (original series) have I looked forward to the return of a western character. And while Nathan Edmondson's tale is well executed and has an interesting concept which smacks of Back To The Future 3 and Time Rider, it is still suffering from a couple of issues. Never a big fan of the 1872 universe, this is a case of a way to continue an alternate Marvel Universe with a secondary character. Next, one of the coolest parts of the original Red Wolf was his outfit. Native Averican in street clothes is dull. It's almost as if Red Wolf sold out to the Man. Saddest part is when the man from the future uses the word "convergence" Wasn't that trademarked by another company? Still, lets see where we go.

I give it 7 out of 10 Grahams


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