Savage Wolverine #13 Review

Wolverine is the best at what he does and what he does is pretty violent!

The Good

The art of this book captures the brutality and gore of a Wolverine fight scene in a way no Marvel book has ever been allowed to before. The story is everything a Wolverine book should be, with plenty of action and a Wolverine fighting for what he believes in against overwhelming odds.

The Not So Good

The violence of the book may not appeal to everyone and it is not something younger readers need to be exposed to. There are a few times in the book that push your suspension of disbelief to it's limits, but this is a superhero comic so I can't complain too much. Once again we are treated to a somber Wolverine story that suits him but feels a little been there done that.

The Bottom Line

Parents should definitely head the parental warning on the cover as this is not for children. I can not stress that enough. With that said, this is a great Wolverine comic that fans of Wolverine or just comics in general will enjoy. I will advise you to be resigned to buying the back issues of this book because after you read this issue you will want to see how he got to where he is and why. If it weren't for the level of violence and blood, keeping it from being enjoyed by all fans, this would be the comic of the week.

4.8 / 5
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Savage Wolverine #13
Released January 1, 2014
Writer Phil Jimenez
Artist Phil Jimenez
Cover Artist Phil Jimenez

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