Wolverine #007 – Comic Book Review
Follow Genre: Adventure, Action
Written by: Paul Cornell
Illustrations: Gerardo Sandoval, Kris Anka
Coloring: David Curiel
Publisher: Standaard Uitgeverij

Wolverine #007 – Comic Book Review

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Logan has turned his life around, at least when it comes to the people he hangs around with. He has lost his regenerative capabilities and because of this drastic loss of power, he decided he could no longer be a part of the X-Men, and decided he would start working as a mercenary. Nonetheless, all of this seems to have been a plot to get closer to Sabretooth once again, and hopefully get rid of him once and for all. It seems the moment is finally there.

Wolverine #007

Wolverine, Pinch and Fuel are heading towards Madripoor, in order to retrieve an ‘alien’ object, which is also on Sabretooth’s radar. Nonetheless, while it seems that Wolverine has a plan, he decides to leave Pinch and Fuel out of it, and try and handle things on his own, albeit with other allies in the shadows. As expected, the sight of Sabretooth makes Wolverine freeze, and mess up what he was supposed to do. As a result of his (lack of) actions, Pinch and Fuel find out he has been lying to them, and to make matters even worse, after a scuffle Logan’s two allies fall in the hands of Sabretooth.

Paul Cornell keeps the informative value of this omnibus a bit on the low side, but nonetheless is able to compel the readers thanks to the interesting turn of events. While many of the things in this issue happen in rapid succession of one another, the suspense factor is high enough for the potential readers to press on from cover to cover.

While the illustrations still hold an immense amount of details, faces and other features have been rounded a bit more, making the otherwise grim story a bit lighter. Nonetheless, the dark atmosphere remains intact by the usage of darker colors and more than enough shading to make things a tad more ominous.


Wolverine #007 drags us deeper inside the rabbit hole that is Logan’s plan of revenge and it proves to be an interesting trip indeed. While there’s a lot of action in this bundle, it’s pretty much all about Logan’s (unclear) plan and how he (poorly) handles it. Wolverine proves to be a very satisfying series that knows how to surprise its readers.

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