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by Juan Jose Ryp,Charlie Huston

Wolverine: The Best There is- Contagion download ebook
ISBN:
0785144463
ISBN13:
978-0785144465
Author:
Juan Jose Ryp,Charlie Huston
Publisher:
Marvel (July 27, 2011)
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144 pages
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1651 kb
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1971 kb
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Rating:
4.1

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Arkham Asylum was a descent into perdition. Wolverine Contagion was simply descent. 9 people found this helpful.

Wolverine: The Best There Is was a monthly comic book series published by Marvel Comics from 2010 to 2012, and starring the superhero Wolverine. The series was written by Charlie Huston, and premiered with a first issue cover dated February 2011. It ended with issue cover dated February 2012.

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Wolverine is a hostage of the Contagion, who is a walking talking vault of diseases. This is hands down one of the best Wolverine stories out there, and one of the most viscerally violent Marvel tales. I don't think anyone has explored Wolverine's healing factor in the depth the way Charlie Huston has. Let's just say we should be grateful that we aren't near immortals with apparently infinite regenerative capabilities.

Charlie Huston, Juan Jose Ryp. When Wolverine faces a problem of the villainous kind, there's a good chance he'll use his Adamantium claws to whip up a lethal solution to it. What happens, though, when he faces an opponent who becomes a much bigger problem if he's killed? Enter: Contagion, a bold new addition to Wolverine's rogues' gallery. But first, Logan must contend with Contagion's defenders, the aptly named crew known as the Unkillables. Collecting WOLVERINE: THE BEST THERE IS show more.

When Wolverine faces a problem of the villainous kind, there's a good chance he'll use his Adamantium claws to whip up a lethal solution to i. Part of the Wolverine Series and Wolverine: The Best There Is Complete ( Series).

When Wolverine faces a problem of the villainous kind, there's a good chance he'll use his Adamantium claws to whip up a lethal solution to it. What happens,.

Charlie Huston and artist Juan Jose Ryp introduce Wolverine to a new . The inaugural arc of "Wolverine: The Best There Is" will span several issues, but the events of the book unfold over just a couple of days.

Charlie Huston and artist Juan Jose Ryp introduce Wolverine to a new and dangerous villain when the ongoing series 'Wolverine: The Best There Is' debuts, featuring a cast culled from 70 years of Marvel history. Since the villain of this series is named Contagion, there are obviously disease and genetics aspects to, so it won't take quite a bit of imagination to see why a character with those interests might be interested in Wolverine as well.

Wolverine, the best there is: contagion. If a book is not in a rank since the previous week, it will not have an arrow. The last few titles on the list known as the extended list, never have arrows. by Charlie Huston and Juan Jose Ryp. Marvel Entertainment. Meet Contagion, a new foe of Wolverine, in a comic apparently filled with a lot of gore and whose first cover contained a large "parental advisory" warning.

Writer: Charlie Huston . Artist: Tim Bradstreet, Juan Jose Ryp. Publication date: February 2011 - February 2012. When Wolverine faces a problem of the villainous kind there's a good chance that he'll use his Adamantium claws to whip up a lethal solution to it. What happens, though, when he faces an opponent who becomes a much bigger problem if he's killed? Enter: Contagion, a bold new addition to Wolverine’s rogue’s gallery. But first, Logan must contend with Contagion’s defenders, the aptly named crew known as the Unkillables.

Spanish artist best known on the American comics scene for his work for Avatar Press and on Marvel's Wolverine: The Best There Is. Summary. Short summary describing this person.

When Wolverine faces a problem of the villainous kind, there's a good chance he'll use his Adamantium claws to whip up a lethal solution to it. What happens, though, when he faces an opponent who becomes a much bigger problem if he's killed? Enter: Contagion, a bold new addition to Wolverine's rogues' gallery. But first, Logan must contend with Contagion's defenders, the aptly named crew known as the Unkillables. Collecting WOLVERINE: THE BEST THERE IS #1-6
Reviews:
  • Bearus
For starters I have to say this is defiantly an under appreciated Wolverine tale. And it's very much more for MATURE readers. The art can get a little too much to take in. A little too much detail where it doesn't matter. Other than that the story is great. There's a volume 2 called Broken Quarantine but that volume felt more like an afterthought. In this book Wolverine takes on a collection of villains and a Super Villain with virus and disease powers that take Wolverines' healing factor to the max and beyond. NOTE: Even though this a Mature read it's not an ADULT comic. There's no nudity.
  • Nnulam
Six issues of gore porn featuring Wolverine not acting like Wolverine.
  • Went Tyu
Collecting: Wolverine The Best There Is 1-6

Synopsis:
If any one out there doubts that power will turn bad scientists into truly evil monsters, I suggest they look back at the experiments carried out by Nazi doctors. In the issues collected here Wolverine is caught by a group of evil mutants led by Contagion, and in the tradition of Nazi doctors, these mutants procede to dissect, blow up, burn, shoot, gouge, and infect Wolverine in just about every conceivable way. The question at hand is the nature and limits of Wolverine's healing factor. Turn wolvie's brain into soup, will his memories recover intact? Does his healing factor exhibit a learning curve? And just how mad is wolverine going to be when he gets his hands on the guys experimenting on him? The answers to some truly interesting wolverine trivia are revealed through some brutal action that fascinatingly puts the reader in both the position of sympathizer with wolverine but also of inheritor of this scientific knowledge gained at Wolverine's expense.

Pros & Cons:
The biggest con for some readers is probably the level of violence in these issues. Every who knows wolverine expects some regular bloodletting, but this graphic novel relentlessly pours on the torture. However the good far outweighs the bad. As a longtime x-fan, I'm glad that marvel isn't afraid to have mature episodes. Moreover the issues do add to the cumulative lore on wolverine's powers. The art is gory but cool. The writing adeptly handles some of the craziest villains wolverine has ever encountered.

Summary:
This graphic novel is for action fans. It is a non-stop bloody train ride made all the longer because most of the bad guys here also have a healing factor. If you love the lore and mythology built around wolverine, this is also a good graphic to get. I will only reiterate that this graphic novel does not pull many punches when it comes to displaying violence.
  • Talrajas
Utterly pointless. Wolverine gets tortured for six issues, all depicted in gory detail. I wonder if writer Charlie Huston was tumescent as he wrote each scene of Logan being shot in the eye, burned with a blowtorch, drained of fluid, and infected with a river of pathogens. During this torture and degradation, Logan meets about 15 new people, none of which have a human reaction to his suffering. They're all automatons to a villain who is 'researching' how far Wolverine's healing factor can be 'stretched'. These people are all quite silly and unbelievable.

The cover to this orgy of blood says "PARENTAL ADVISORY! NOT FOR KIDS!", I suppose in reference to the endless panels of visual torture visited upon poor Logan. Yet insanely, most every curse words is edited out with "####". I'll give you an example from the first issue.

Two human beings are leading Wolverine around on a leash, commenting on how the mutant superhero has defecated on himself and the floor, after receiving taser shocks from them. Goon#1: "######. Can't you wire that d-a-m-n restraining collar for its #####?" Goon#2: "Only if its #### was part of its mutation, Bro." Goon#1: "By the stink of its ####, you'd sure as h-e-l-l think it's ##### was a mutation." The dialogue goes on like this the entire book, all six issues.

I could make some tasteless crack about the monstrous killer in Norway enjoying this sort of work, but after reading it I just feel drained and as saddened as Wolverine was at the end. I feel sorry for everyone involved in making this story, and hope they find something more rewarding to do with their lives than to turn out similar work in the future.

I will point out that Grant Morrison could certainly have written every panel of Batman Arkham Asylum like this. He didn't. I will leave writer Charlie Huston, artist Juan Jose Ryp, the editors, and all the rest to consider why that book is a classic all these years later, and their work on Wolverine Contagion will probably be forgotten. Arkham Asylum was a descent into perdition. Wolverine Contagion was simply descent.
  • Frdi
First and foremost, this is not for those looking for minimal carnage. It is a brutal book on the level of gore and detailed violence. Story wise, it has an interesting premise and a villain with the capacity for more development. The antagonists for Wolverine could also be embellishments of his own afflictions. In the end, it is a solid book.
  • Brialelis
I guess this was the best interpretation of what a Wolverine story should look like. Although it was not one of his best stories ever, the kind of brutality and salvagery is what made Wolverine the success he is today. Wolverine's books should always carry "parental advisory".