Day 77: All-New Wolverine #2 (2015)

COMIC TITLE: All-New Wolverine #2 (2015)
David Lopez and David Navarrot– Artists
Tom Taylor– Writer
November 25, 2015
Marvel Comics

All-New_Wolverine_Vol_1_2We are moving right along very smoothly with our Women’s History Month and we are sort of at the halfway point of the month. We have checked out everyone from Spider-Gwen, Gamora, Jessica Jones, Harley Quinn, Wonder Woman, Scarlet Witch, The Mighty Thor, and X23 a.k.a. The All-New Wolverine. In the last issue, we know that Laura lives in a world where Logan is no longer around and now she has to fight the injustices of the world. She saves the son of a scientist in Paris from some assassins where Laura discovers that it’s a clone of her. She finds out that there are many more out there and they will not stop until their brand of justice is served. In this issue, she goes to the Alchemax Genetics facility where these clones were created and she finds out that they want to kill everyone involved. Something just doesn’t seem right and after a chance meeting with one of them, she decides to follow them, but it may turn out to be a grave mistake. To read the issue and read anything else from the comic, just click here to go to Marvel.

Ab3QDupGI am honestly regretting not continuing my subscription to this comic because it just keeps getting better and better every single time that I read an issue. Granted, I have only read the first two issues, but these issues are action packed and there is a huge event that has an impact in the series right at the end. Marvel knows exactly what they are doing to get you hooked into the series and they do it right. I loved the interactions with the clones, I thought it was an interesting scenario especially when your faced with looking at your own clones. Now she knows how Logan felt when he first met her! I am wondering however where they go to from here because it looks like things are going to heat up for sure. The artwork is pretty good, but at times they get lazy with certain figures who aren’t really important to the story. They cut a little corners, but everyone does that these days. The panels are easy to follow along with so you shouldn’t have a problem there. Check out my grades below:


Story/Plot: A+

Artwork: A

Character Representation: A+

Entertainment Value: A+


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