Wolverine Origins #41 (2006)

Wolverine Origins #41 (2006)

$4.00
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT

Written by DANIEL WAY
Pencils & Cover by DOUG BRAITHWAITE
“SEVEN THE HARD WAY” PART 1 (of 5)—The events of the previous issues have made it clear—in excruciatingly painful detail—to Wolverine that it’s time for a change in tactics. Romulus knows Wolverine too well; any plan that Wolverine could come up with, Romulus would anticipate. The solution? Use someone else’s plan—a plan that requires the participation of several different and very unlikely characters plucked from all corners of the Marvel Universe. But some of these characters won’t exactly be willing to participate. Take Hulk, for example…
Date Available: 10/21/2009
BONUS REVIEW by GARY OWENS

Part one of “The Hard Way” starts with Wolverine looking to stop the Romulus madness, to end the manipulation of his life. It’s a story that involves sons, with their fathers, and how each can make different choices. With some gritty art by Doug Braithwaite, and straightforward storytelling by Daniel Way, the story evolved to a cliffhanger with a guest star, set to mature next issue. Don’t know how he found the guest star (super-duper smell?), but still a superb issue, and this from a guy who picks up a Wolverine comic once a decade.
I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams
VERY FINE/NEAR MINT

Written by DANIEL WAY
Pencils & Cover by DOUG BRAITHWAITE
“SEVEN THE HARD WAY” PART 1 (of 5)—The events of the previous issues have made it clear—in excruciatingly painful detail—to Wolverine that it’s time for a change in tactics. Romulus knows Wolverine too well; any plan that Wolverine could come up with, Romulus would anticipate. The solution? Use someone else’s plan—a plan that requires the participation of several different and very unlikely characters plucked from all corners of the Marvel Universe. But some of these characters won’t exactly be willing to participate. Take Hulk, for example…
Date Available: 10/21/2009
BONUS REVIEW by GARY OWENS

Part one of “The Hard Way” starts with Wolverine looking to stop the Romulus madness, to end the manipulation of his life. It’s a story that involves sons, with their fathers, and how each can make different choices. With some gritty art by Doug Braithwaite, and straightforward storytelling by Daniel Way, the story evolved to a cliffhanger with a guest star, set to mature next issue. Don’t know how he found the guest star (super-duper smell?), but still a superb issue, and this from a guy who picks up a Wolverine comic once a decade.
I give it 8 out of 10 Grahams
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