Comic Review: Wolverine The Best There Is The Complete Series
A completely messed up tale about everyone’s favorite X-Man that is ramped up with tons of violence and sex (well sex appeal). It’s Wolverine like you’ve never seen him before in this Marvel title written by Charlie Huston (Moon Knight, Deathlok) and illustrated by Juan Jose Ryp (No Hero, Lady Death).
Things aren’t too looking well for old Wolverine. First he is trapped and caged and then forced to be in a dog fight. Next he meets a beautiful women and the night seems alright until everyone starts to hallucinate and go crazy. Finally, he is once again captured and held captive, but it’s a lot worse this time around. He is pushed to his physical and mental breaking points. He is brought to and from the brink of death over and over again. Is there a point to all of this or is it just for the pleasure of the pain?
Now, this is a series that it’s either love or hate. Yes, there is a plot and you do want to know why this is happening but getting there might lose you. Everything they do is super over the top grotesque violence. If that’s not your thing then you won’t enjoy this, but if it is, come, sit, read and enjoy.