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by Steve Dillon,Daniel Way

  • Author: Steve Dillon,Daniel Way
  • ISBN: 0785126376
  • ISBN13: 978-0785126379
  • ePub: 1667 kb | FB2: 1727 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Graphic Novels
  • Publisher: Marvel; Marvel Premiere Ed edition (August 29, 2007)
  • Pages: 120
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 966
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Wolverine: Origins, Vol. 3: Swift and Terrible (v. 3) ePub download

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Nobody draws facial expressions quite like Dillon. While the book is obviously part of a larger storyline, it's still worth picking up for some great sequences and further character development of the ruthless Daken. It's also a standout for being one of the few Wolverine books where Logan doesn't kill anyone. One person found this helpful.

Daniel Way (Author), Steve Dillon (Illustrator). Ships from and sold by Inca Books UK. Book 3 of 45 in the Wolverine: Origins Series.

Daniel Way writes Wolverine intelligently. Some people have a problem with Steve Dillon's art but not me, I think he's great and I loved his artwork in this. only to be pleasantly surprised with Way's decision to give Wolverine more of an empathetic approach to his enemies and let them live. Way manages to extricate Wolverine from danger cleverly rather than the usual berserker approach where Wolverine snikts his way through walls of enemies.

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Having finally seen his face, Wolverine sets out to rescue his son from the grasp of the shadow society that once enslaved him. Collects Wolverine: Origins Manufacturer: Marvel Release date: 29 August 2007 ISBN-10 : 0785126376 ISBN-13: 9780785126379.

Wolverine's true memories of his past are restored and, as he wrestles with the shattered fragments of his life, he seeks retribution against those who formerly manipulated him and tries to rescue his son from a fate similar to his own.
Binar
Its good and very interesting Daken is my all time favorite Marvel character, my only issue with This Series is that i always feel like Im missing something important, like theres a prerequisite to this story, If anyone knows let me know, so far its not really a standalone to me.
lacki
Entertaining story
Zan
I enjoyed this book a lot. Had lots of excitement. I enjoyed seeing Wolverine use strategy to defeat his enemies. The villains were given a backstory. This gave them and Wolverine more depth.
Frdi
If you enjoyed the first two, you'll like this one. If you hated the first two, I'd pass. Good, but not great in my opinion.
Ral
This is an amazing series definitely worth the money if you are a fan of wolverine.
Nicanagy
I really need the next episode. This book was really good. I would recommend it to every Wolverine fan. Enjoy.
Amhirishes
thank God it arrived in a sleeve because the inside of the package WREAKED of cigarette smoke! so gross! i will definitely be throwing that sleeve away.
I would normally try and summarise the book but I don't really have to with this one - look at the cover. That's basically it. Daken is Logan's son, they meet, Daken hates Logan, they fight. There is a sub-plot involving a Marvel villain called Cyber which wasn't bad as Logan needed someone to give him info on Daken but given Cyber's lack of presence in the series overall, all his backstory sequences felt a bit pointless. Still entertaining though.

And that's what this book is - entertaining. Daniel Way writes Wolverine intelligently. Like the opening sequence where I saw the armed guards massing outside the door as Wolverine woke up wondering where he was, I rolled my eyes thinking "here we go again..." only to be pleasantly surprised with Way's decision to give Wolverine more of an empathetic approach to his enemies and let them live. Way manages to extricate Wolverine from danger cleverly rather than the usual berserker approach where Wolverine snikts his way through walls of enemies.

Some people have a problem with Steve Dillon's art but not me, I think he's great and I loved his artwork in this. Nobody draws facial expressions quite like Dillon. While the book is obviously part of a larger storyline, it's still worth picking up for some great sequences and further character development of the ruthless Daken. It's also a standout for being one of the few Wolverine books where Logan doesn't kill anyone. While the book may be a swift read, it's far from terrible, and well worth it if you're a Wolverine fan.
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