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by Chris Claremont,Archie Goodwin,John Buscema,Peter David

Essential Wolverine, Vol. 1 (Marvel Essentials) download ebook
ISBN:
0785118675
ISBN13:
978-0785118671
Author:
Chris Claremont,Archie Goodwin,John Buscema,Peter David
Publisher:
Marvel Comics; 2nd edition (August 10, 2005)
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552 pages
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Rating:
4.2

By these standards, the Essential Wolverine is a top-notch book.

By these standards, the Essential Wolverine is a top-notch book. Wolverine is, of course, one of the X-Men, but there came a certain point when he became something more than that. The stories start off during a period when the X-Men had faked their own deaths, and Wolverine goes off to the fictional principality of Madripoor, an East Asian city-state somewhat akin to Singapore.

Essential Wolverine, Vol. 1 book John Buscema at his best. 1 book. Claremont starts out the book, then Peter David steps in to have a so-so Indiana Jones wannabe adventure. A little too blatant though. John Buscema at his best. Wenn dieser Band KEINEN Text enthielte, und keine zusammenhängenden Stories, wäre er trotzdem das doppelte des aktuellen Preises wert. John Buscema zeigt hier sein ganzes Können, und man sieht, warum er als einer der großartigsten Zeichner gilt, die das Comicgenre hervorgebracht hat.

vol. 1) Chris Claremont (vol. 2) Chris Claremont Larry Hama Erik Larsen . 2) Chris Claremont Larry Hama Erik Larsen Eric Stephenson Frank Tieri Matt Nixon (vol. 3) Greg Rucka Mark Millar Marc Guggenheim Jeph Loeb (vol. 4) Jason Aaron Cullen Bunn Jeph Loeb (vol. 5) Paul Cornell (vol. 6) Paul Cornell Tom Brennan. Wolverine is a number of Marvel Comics comic book series starring the X-Men member Wolverine. As of April 2013, 323 issues and 11 annuals have been published. Other writers on the series included Peter David, Archie Goodwin, Jo Duffy, Warren Ellis, Todd Dezago, Erik Larsen, Steve Skroce, Rob Liefeld, Frank Tieri, Matt Nixon and Daniel Way. John Buscema starts out the art duties, as I mentioned, but he goes through three different inkers: Klaus Janson, Al Williams, and Bill Sienkiewicz. And this book wraps up with Archie Goodwin doing a take on a South American dictatorship in the midst of revolutionary conflict. It felt kinda like Tintin's "The Broken Ear" adventure, though I'd probably rather read that story. One of the best things about this book is the art though. Then John Byrne takes over the penciling duties and Klaus Janson comes back for inks.

Experience Wolverine's battle to keep the feral berserker within in check, while trying to be the best there is at what he does. Chris Claremont, Peter David, Archie Goodwin. Penciller: Bill Sienkiewicz, John Buscema. Special guest appearance by the Incredible Hulk. Experience Wolverine's battle to keep the feral berserker within in check, while trying to be the best there is at what he does.

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Chris Claremont Peter David Archie Goodwin. John Buscema John Byrne. Bill Sienkiewicz Klaus Janson. Discuss Essential Series Vol 1 Wolverine 1 on the forums. 1 Images from Essential Series Vol 1 Wolverine 1. Recommended Reading. X-Titles: Recommended Reading.

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Experience Wolverine's battle to keep the feral berserker within in check, while trying to be the best there is at what he does. Special guest appearance by the Incredible Hulk. Collects Wolverine #1-23.
Reviews:
  • Datrim
Having read a couple dozen of Marvel's "Essential" series, I've seen the gamut from excellent to awful. Generally, what makes the comics good are exactly the things you'd expect: good, consistent writing and art, strong characters and a decent supporting cast. (This last feature seems to often be the deciding factor for excellence: it's a reason the Essential Spiderman volumes have been exceptional, while the Silver Surfer was not on the same par.) By these standards, the Essential Wolverine is a top-notch book.

Wolverine is, of course, one of the X-Men, but there came a certain point when he became something more than that. I personally feel that he emerged from being a rather one-dimensional character back in the early `80s during the early issues of the "New" X-Men. In particular, during a storyline around issue 130, the rest of the team had been defeated by a band of villains known as the Hellfire Club, but Wolverine, a character who seemed to be the least powerful, came back to rescue his teammates. He did so in a violent manner, with little qualms about killing or maiming, making him a distinct contrast to many other heroes. Later, Frank Miller gave Wolverine even more of an edge in a mini-series and added the first person narration that was rare at the time but is now commonly associated with this superhero.

Not all team characters can stand on their own in their own book, but, as this book shows, Wolverine can. It helps that this volume features a roster of Marvel all-stars: Chris Claremont, John Byrne, Peter David, John Buscema, Archie Goodwin and Klaus Janson (no third-stringers in this bunch). The stories start off during a period when the X-Men had faked their own deaths, and Wolverine goes off to the fictional principality of Madripoor, an East Asian city-state somewhat akin to Singapore. It also bears more than a passing resemblance to the Casablanca of movie fame, a city filled with various lowlifes and people seeking refuge from other places.

Wolverine has a connection with Madripoor going back years and feels quite comfortable in this seedy town. He adopts an alias of Patch (which fools less people than he thinks) and gets involved in various capers, starting with the theft of an evil sword. This introduces some of the major supporting characters, particularly Jessica Drew (the former Spiderwoman turned private eye) and her partner, ex-actress Lindsay McCabe. This caper also gets Wolverine tangled up with old enemy Silver Samurai, but not in a fully adversarial way.

Other stories get more characters introduced, particularly the various crime lords of Madripoor and the coldly pragmatic Prince. Probably the most interesting foe in this volume is Roughhouse who starts off as a simple tough guy villain but develops into someone far more interesting by the final issue. Most of the stories span over several issues, with the last two taking six and seven issues respectively.

As stated earlier, the Essentials volumes vary in quality, but this book is one of the best. With great characters and storytelling, this volume easily rates five stars and, if you enjoy comic books, this is one really fits the definition of "essential."
  • Kelenn
as much as i love wolverine, these stories of his beginnings were average, given that they were written long ago, they don't hold up too well, but that being said, still an read and the later books are even better
  • Thetahuginn
An easy way to get a lot of early Wolverine issues in one place but the printing and paper don't do the art or the reader any favors. Look for a color version and you'll enjoy it a lot more.
  • MegaStar
Fast delivery, excellent quality and great price. Highly recommend
  • Buge
I missed out on this originally so was glad I could 'binge' on this and subsequent books. Made a believer out of me and now my favorite Marvel character. SNIKT!
  • Lightbinder
My husband is a huge comic fan and was sooo excited for this one. He was so excited when it came but when he opened it, the comic came apart. He is so upset!
  • VizoRRR
as advertised.
The more books I send like this to my son, the better. He is a real lover and collector of these books.