Wolverine: Origin

Wolverine: Origin

Collecting the best-selling - and controversial - romantic period piece that defied industry expectations and pulled back the curtain on Wolverine's mysterious past! At long last, all is revealed about the incredible forces that molded the world's most perfect killing machine with a heart as big as the great outdoors. Collects Wolverine: Origin #1-6

Title:Wolverine: Origin
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780785123286
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    Wolverine: Origin Reviews

  • Anne

    I was really hoping that this wasn't going to ruin Wolverine for me, and it didn't. I think they did a good job with this story. I know a lot of hard core fans are turning over in their graves, becaus...

  • Sam Quixote

    This review wasn’t meant to run for as long as it did but when I started writing it, it kept going. So if you want to skip the many issues I had with Wolverine: Origin, here’s the conclusion I rea...

  • Dirk Grobbelaar

    My first instinct was to rate this book higher. It's a very good graphic novel. However, just how well it succeeds as a Wolverine Origin tale is open to interpretation.We do learn a bit about Wolverin...

  • Matt Tandy

    The origin of Wolverine was elusive for many years. While fans got a taste with the excellent Weapon X storyline, it was still a mystery as to where Logan came from and how his animalistic tendencies ...

  • Sr3yas

    Demystifying Wolverine Every superhero has an origin story. This is not that story. This is the origin of Logan, the Wolverine.The story follows Logan's life from his tough childhood to manhood. Any e...

  • Scott

    "Before the X-Men, before Weapon-X, Wolverine's struggle with his subconscious savagery first flourished in family tragedy . . ." -- back cover blurb for this editionThere's the 20th century axiom tha...

  • Chelsea 🏳??🌈

    This was just okay. I'm a little confused at the high rating, to be honest. This was yet another story where there's a bare bones plot with Logan and a virtually irrelevant female character. I enjoyed...

  • Donovan

    This is the greatest Wolverine story I've ever read. But wait! Isn't this unnecessary? Won't this undermine the character's mystique by giving him an origin? I say no, not when it's written like this....

  • Peter

    Forgettable.If you're going to try to create an origin for one of your most iconic characters, that origin had better be (*@#ing memorable. Look at Batman, for example. Or look at what Alan Moore did ...

  • Max's Comic Reviews and Lists

    James Howlett Here’s the thing. When getting into a character, I always say start with the origin story then go wherever you want. This way you get a good sense of the character’s full personal...