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by Adam Kubert,Ron Garney,Billy Tan,Paco Diaz,Daniel Acuna,Steve Dillon,Renato Guedes,Jason Aaron

Wolverine: Back in Japan download ebook
ISBN:
0785161449
ISBN13:
978-0785161448
Author:
Adam Kubert,Ron Garney,Billy Tan,Paco Diaz,Daniel Acuna,Steve Dillon,Renato Guedes,Jason Aaron
Publisher:
Marvel (January 1, 2013)
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128 pages
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Rating:
4.8

Title: Wolverine: Back in Japan (HC) Publisher: Marvel Writer: Jason Aaron Artists: Adam Kubert, Billy Tan, Steve Dillon, Ron Garney, Paul Pelletier (pencils), Paul Mounts, Jason Keith, Matt Milla, Mike Perkins, Daniel Acuna.

Title: Wolverine: Back in Japan (HC) Publisher: Marvel Writer: Jason Aaron Artists: Adam Kubert, Billy Tan, Steve Dillon, Ron Garney, Paul Pelletier (pencils), Paul Mounts, Jason Keith, Matt Milla, Mike Perkins, Daniel Acuna, Steve Sanders, Renato Guedes, Jefte Palo (inks), Steve Sanders, Chris Sotomayor & Sotocolor, Matt Milla, Matt Wilson, Rain Beredo, Andy Troy (colors), Adam Kubert, Oliver Copiel, Art Adams, Brandon Peterson, Dale.

Wolverine returns to Japan to find the Yakuza gangsters and ninjas of the underworld group known as the Hand at wa. For instance, in chapter 8, artist Billy Tan draws a brutally realistic Wolverine, Sabertooth battle

Wolverine returns to Japan to find the Yakuza gangsters and ninjas of the underworld group known as the Hand at war. The son of the Silver Samurai is dating Wolverine's adopted daughter. And Sabertooth and Mystique have hatched a plot to take over an asian assassin empire. Wolverine satisfyingly hacks his way through an army of ninjas to save his daughter. For instance, in chapter 8, artist Billy Tan draws a brutally realistic Wolverine, Sabertooth battle. Tan's Wolverine is fantastically detailed down to individual hairs on Logan's chin. A couple pages later in chapter 9, Steve Sanders delivers a much differently proportioned Wolverine.

Back in Japan" (with Ron Garney, Adam Kubert, Steve Sanders and Billy Tan, in Wolverine vol. 4 2012). One More Round" (with various artists, in Wolverine vol. X-Force Special: Ain't No Dog: "Hunters & Killers" (with Werther Dell'Edera, one-shot, 2008). X-Men: Schism (with Carlos Pacheco, Frank Cho, Daniel Acuña, Alan Davis and Adam Kubert, 2011) collected as X-Men: Schism (hc, 168 pages, 2012, ISBN 0-7851-5668-2; tpb, 2012, ISBN 1-84653-502-6).

Wolverine: Back In Japan. Poor sorry line and although I like Adam kuberts style I really dislike the other artists. Ron Garney (Illustrations). Billy Tan (Illustrations). Paco Díaz (Illustrations). Daniel Acuña (Illustrations). Steve Dillon (Illustrations). Renato Guedes (Illustrations). Wolverine and Japan go way back. It does however set up some interesting future threads though so I'm keen to see what happens next especially with the hell fire club. Marvel Jan 01, 2013. Become a fan. Author Jason Aaron. Illustrator Adam Kubert, Ron Garney, Billy Tan, Paco Diaz, Daniel Acuna, Steve Dillon, Renato Guedes. Adam Kubert, Ron Garney, Billy Tan, Paco Diaz, Daniel Acuna, Steve Dillon, Renato Guedes.

Adam Kubert, Jason Aaron, Ron Garney. While there, he has overcome personal tragedies and fought some of his fiercest battles. But know he has a new battle as an offshoot of the Hand has orchestrated a war in attempt to assume control of all crime in Japan. He has resurrected two of Wolverine's oldest foes, but the key to their plan lies with the late Silver Samurai's teenage son. The Hand has kidnapped his girlfriend to convince him to cooperate, but unfortunately for everyone, his girlfriend is Wolverine's adopted daughter.

Wolverine: back in japan tpb (combo)

Wolverine: back in japan tpb (combo). Adam Kubert Alan Davis ART & COMICS INT'L Arthur Adams Billy Tan Brian Michael Bendis Carlos Pacheco Chris Bachalo Chris Eliopoulos Christian Nauck Christos Gage Cory Petit Dalibor Talajic Daniel Acuna Dave Meikis David Baldeon G Gurihiru Goran Sudzuka Greg Land Jae Lee Jamie Mckelvie Jason Aaron Jason Keith Jason Latour Jeanine Schaefer Jeff Youngquist Jefte Palo Jim Cheung Jorge Molina Jose Wilson. In the Land of the Rising Sun, he's taken on the Yakuza and the Hand, overcome personal tragedies, and fought some of his fiercest battles

Adam Kubert, Jason Aaron, Ron Garney. In the Land of the Rising Sun, he's taken on the Yakuza and the Hand, overcome personal tragedies, and fought some of his fiercest battles. Now, he'll have to do all those things - and more - all at once! An offshoot of the Hand has orchestrated a war with the Yakuza, attempting to assume control of all crime in Japan

Wolverine and Japan go way back. In the Land of the Rising Sun, he’s taken on the Yakuza and the Hand, overcome personal tragedies, and fought some of his fiercest battles

Wolverine and Japan go way back. In the Land of the Rising Sun, he’s taken on the Yakuza and the Hand, overcome personal tragedies, and fought some of his fiercest battles. Now, he’ll have to do all those things and more all at once! An offshoot of the Hand has orchestrated a war with the Yakuza, attempting to assume control of all crime in Japan. They’ve already resurrected and recruited two of Wolverine’s oldest and deadliest foes, but the key to their plan lies with the late Silver Samurai’s teenage son and the Hand has kidnapped his girlfriend to convince him to cooperate.

Written by JASON AARON.

Written by JASON AARON Cover by Jae Lee. Jason Aaron puts Wolverine through Hell - literally! A mysterious organization conspires to possess Wolverine's body with demons, and send his soul to the underworld! Waiting for Logan are the souls of unexpected family and friends - and the Devil himself! Naturally, Wolverine plans to claw his way back out and h. .

Wolverine and Japan go way back. In the Land of the Rising Sun, he's taken on the Yakuza and the Hand, overcome personal tragedies, and fought some of his fiercest battles. Now, he'll have to do all those things - and more - all at once! An offshoot of the Hand has orchestrated a war with the Yakuza, attempting to assume control of all crime in Japan. They've already resurrected and recruited two of Wolverine's oldest and deadliest foes, but the key to their plan lies with the late Silver Samurai's teenage son - and the Hand has kidnapped his girlfriend to convince him to cooperate. Unfortunately for everyone, his girlfriend is Wolverine'sadopted daughter, Amiko. It's about to get messy! COLLECTING: Wolverine 300-304
Reviews:
  • Yellow Judge
Wow this was one of the best Wolverine stories I have read. The art is great but different artists take over in this. The story is kind of a large epilogue to the Wolverine Goes to Hell story arc but somehow manages to become its own book. Wolverine has to save his adopted daughter and track down the son of the silver samurai while fighting The Hand and Sabertooth. The ending sets up much more stories to come but leaves the main plot resolved for the most part. I had a good time reading this book and looking at the art.
  • Via
Collecting: Wolverine #300-304

Bonus: Variant Cover art gallery & Design gallery

Wolverine returns to Japan to find the Yakuza gangsters and ninjas of the underworld group known as the Hand at war. The son of the Silver Samurai is dating Wolverine's adopted daughter. And Sabertooth and Mystique have hatched a plot to take over an asian assassin empire.

Wolverine satisfyingly hacks his way through an army of ninjas to save his daughter. Writer Jason Aaron even manages to develop several aspects of Wolverine's character between panels of disemboweling. Aaron explores the dual nature in Wolverine: his berserker instinct may keep him alive but when Wolverine loses control his loved ones are often hurt.

The art in this collection is more of a mixed bag. The five issues are chopped into twenty chapters. Different combinations of artists in a very short span of pages was a visual roller coaster. For instance, in chapter 8, artist Billy Tan draws a brutally realistic Wolverine / Sabertooth battle. Tan's Wolverine is fantastically detailed down to individual hairs on Logan's chin. A couple pages later in chapter 9, Steve Sanders delivers a much differently proportioned Wolverine. And while equally detailed, Sanders' Wolverine seems to draw more inspiration from animation than does Tan's Wolverine. While each of the artists presented here is very talented, the rapid fire switching between artists has a jarring, disruptive effect.

The bonus gallery at the back of the novel does contain an interesting exchange that shows the design process for the new Silver Samurai. It is a fascinating glimpse into the collaborative process of character creation. Ideas are sketched and proposed, rejected and revised until the final product that appears in the comic.

Overall this was a good graphic novel. The combination of an ancient land, old enemies and old friends, and some great Wolvie action made for a good read. I think the art would've been better by providing a bit more consistency.
  • Malak
This story was great! And just as I expected it would be. This is the wolverine I know , like , and love! He went through everyone just to say happy birthday lol great!
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He's the few shining lights in the Marvel universe in which I read most of his work.I can't wait to see what he does to Thor in Marvel now
  • Blacknight
Reading this all I could think the entire time was, "Nah, Jason Aaron didn't write this." Aaron's work is normally tight, well-defined, and overwhelming. Here, its a muddled mess. The idea of Wolverine going back to Japan to deal with some lingering issues since the Red Right Hand is great but how this breaks down is pretty dismal. Too many villains doing too many stupid things. A bunch of random, off-panel crap is disturbing. The art was.....insanely bad. Not individually, although not all was good, but there were nearly a dozen pencillers. Page to page, a completely different tonal feel. Editorially, it makes more sense pushing the issues back than have this mess. Overall, a huge let down.
  • Xtani
Title: Wolverine: Back in Japan (HC)
Publisher: Marvel
Writer: Jason Aaron
Artists: Adam Kubert, Billy Tan, Steve Dillon, Ron Garney, Paul Pelletier (pencils), Paul Mounts, Jason Keith, Matt Milla, Mike Perkins, Daniel Acuna, Steve Sanders, Renato Guedes, Jefte Palo (inks), Steve Sanders, Chris Sotomayor & Sotocolor, Matt Milla, Matt Wilson, Rain Beredo, Andy Troy (colors), Adam Kubert, Oliver Copiel, Art Adams, Brandon Peterson, Dale Keown (covers)
Collects: Wolverine #300-304
Price: $24.99

This book collects a series of issues from the tail end of Jason Aaron's multi-year run on this title. I have to say that, for the most part, I haven't been a huge fan of Aaron's Wolverine run. While it's not particularly awful, it hasn't been great, either, and hasn't lived up to my expectations. Aaron's Wolverine stories prior to his regular run on the series (Wolverine: Get Mystique and Wolverine: The Death of Wolverine (Wolverine (Marvel) (Quality Paper))) were pretty good stories and of a superior quality to the stories of his on-going run. A few positive things I can say about Aaron's run are these: the action is almost non-stop, the settings change for every arc, he's introduced quite a few new characters (primarily villains), and he's tried some unique things. I won't be sad to see him depart this title, but I give credit where credit is due.

As you could surmise from the title, this book has Wolverine traveling to Japan to visit his adopted daughter Amiko, his ex-girlfriend Yukio, meeting the new Silver Samurai, and battling The Hand, the Yakuza, and his arch-foe Sabretooth (who is somehow back from the dead). The action is non-stop, but a bit chaotic. The story is strangely punctuated every ten pages or so by "blurb boxes" that say things such as "Chapter Ten: Ninjas = 1, Yakuza = 0" or "Chapter Sixteen: The Turning of the Worm." They seem a bit out of place in the book, and I'm not sure if they truly add much to the story. I guess Aaron was just trying to do something a bit different with the story?

The most interesting parts of the stories were Wolverine's interactions with Sabretooth and Mystique. The enmity between these characters is at an all-time high, and seeing the way the pair of villains are setting up shop in Japan and laying plans to take down Wolverine is a something to relish. Also worth noting is the final issue of the book, in which Wolverine makes a special trip to Japan to crash Sabretooth's birthday party and give him a beat-down. It's totally implausible and unbelievable that Wolverine would be able to take on a whole room full of his most deadly enemies, beat them all single-handedly, leave them living, and then just walk away - all in the name of fun. Still, its fun to read, and I think most Wolverine fans will get a kick out of it.

Art on the book is a mixed bag. Some of it is good - particularly that drawn by Kubert and Dillon. Some of the art is not very appealing, however. I wish it would have been more consistent, In the case of this book, the constant switching up of the artists was a bit too jarring and really broke up the flow of the story.

Overall, the story is OK, the art is OK, and there are a few cool moments. Not my favorite Wolverine story by any stretch, but OK.

Writing: 6/10
Artwork: 6/10
Cool Factor: 7/10
Value: 6/10

Overall: 6.25/10