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Wolverine #72 (2003)

Wolverine #72 (2003)

$15.00
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by MARK MILLAR Pencils & Cover by STEVE MCNIVEN

Logan and Hawkeye have finally reached their journey’s end, made it to New Babylon, and delivered Hawkeye’s secret cargo. But the completion of their mission has come with a great price...and Logan is out for revenge on the man responsible for the annihilation of the world’s super heroes, the President of the United States! Don’t miss the penultimate issue of the greatest Wolverine story ever told by modern masters MARK MILLAR and STEVE MCNIVEN! Part 7 (of 8). 32 PGS.
Date Available: 05/28/2009
BONUS REVIEW by MEGAN BYRD

Okay. Wolverine 73 already came out. And it's been a long three months since the last Old Man Logan issue. Anyone with any complaint regarding this delay, please, sit down with this comic, read it from cover to cover, and be grateful that such an awesome Wolverine comic has EVER come out, late or not. I haven't been this giddy reading a comic since well..ever? You should avoid reading this issue on the train, or in any public place, as you may later be embarrassed by all of the "WHOA"s and "AWESOOOOOOME"s that will escape you. I mean, just look at the cover. The Red Skull wearing Cap's uniform as a perverted second skin, his prized "trophy" from the day the heroes fell. Even though you may see the events of this issue unfold exactly as you may have expected from the start, that doesn't make the jaw-dropping moments in this issue any less salivating (and there are at least four). This is the penultimate issue, with the final issue being a "Giant Size" Old Man Logan one shot. Even if Millar lost his marbles and finished the series with clones, dream sequences and more clones, and McNiven used his childhood sketchbook of Wolverine doodles for the final issue, I'd be thankful for the first seven issues we were lucky enough to read.
I give it 10 out of 10 Grahams
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT
Written by MARK MILLAR Pencils & Cover by STEVE MCNIVEN

Logan and Hawkeye have finally reached their journey’s end, made it to New Babylon, and delivered Hawkeye’s secret cargo. But the completion of their mission has come with a great price...and Logan is out for revenge on the man responsible for the annihilation of the world’s super heroes, the President of the United States! Don’t miss the penultimate issue of the greatest Wolverine story ever told by modern masters MARK MILLAR and STEVE MCNIVEN! Part 7 (of 8). 32 PGS.
Date Available: 05/28/2009
BONUS REVIEW by MEGAN BYRD

Okay. Wolverine 73 already came out. And it's been a long three months since the last Old Man Logan issue. Anyone with any complaint regarding this delay, please, sit down with this comic, read it from cover to cover, and be grateful that such an awesome Wolverine comic has EVER come out, late or not. I haven't been this giddy reading a comic since well..ever? You should avoid reading this issue on the train, or in any public place, as you may later be embarrassed by all of the "WHOA"s and "AWESOOOOOOME"s that will escape you. I mean, just look at the cover. The Red Skull wearing Cap's uniform as a perverted second skin, his prized "trophy" from the day the heroes fell. Even though you may see the events of this issue unfold exactly as you may have expected from the start, that doesn't make the jaw-dropping moments in this issue any less salivating (and there are at least four). This is the penultimate issue, with the final issue being a "Giant Size" Old Man Logan one shot. Even if Millar lost his marbles and finished the series with clones, dream sequences and more clones, and McNiven used his childhood sketchbook of Wolverine doodles for the final issue, I'd be thankful for the first seven issues we were lucky enough to read.
I give it 10 out of 10 Grahams
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