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Weapon X (wolverine) (Marvel Comics) (X-Men) download ebook
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0871359464
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978-0871359469
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Barry Windsor-Smith
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Marvel Comics (1993)
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Barry Windsor-Smith (born Barry Smith, 25 May 1949) is a British comic book illustrator and painter whose best known work has been produced in the United States. He is known for his work on Marvel Comics' Conan the Barbarian from 1970 to 1973, and for his work on Wolverine – particularly the original Weapon X story arc. Barry Windsor-Smith was born Barry Smith on 25 May 1949 in Forest Gate, a working class area in the East End of London.

They are conducted by the Canadian Government's Department K, which turns willing and unwilling beings into living weapons. The project often captures mutants and does experiments on them to enhance their abilities or superpowers, turning them into weapons. They also mutate baseline humans.

Marvel Comics Presents : Wolverine as Weapon X, Captain America, Ant-Man, & Daredevil (Marvel Comics): this is a great comic and very . Marvel Comics Presents 83 - Cover Art by Barry Windsor-Smith

Marvel Comics Presents : Wolverine as Weapon X, Captain America, Ant-Man, & Daredevil (Marvel Comics): this is a great comic and very collectible. Marvel Comics Presents 83 - Cover Art by Barry Windsor-Smith. Featured Characters: Weapon (Logan) Antagonists: Weapon X Program Dr. Carol Hines The Professor (Apparent death) Aldo Ferro (Behind the scenes), Dr. Carol Hines, The Professor (Apparent death), Aldo Ferro (Behind the scenes).

Weapon X" is a comic book story arc written and illustrated by Barry Windsor-Smith and published by American company Marvel Comics. The story arc appears in Marvel Comics Presents and tells the story of Wolverine during his time in Weapon X. Only the prologue and part of the final chapter are told from the perspective of Wolverine, who is in a near mindless state for the bulk of the story.

Barry Windsor-Smith’s artwork: Barry Windsor-Smith’s artwork on this story was extremely dazzling and intense. If you’ve read a load of Wolverine books or even seen the first 2 X-Men This book explains how Wolverine came to have adamantium claws/skeleton. I loved the intense artwork on the scenes where Wolverine is being experimented on since so much detail is put into the scenes. I will admit that I am a huge fan of images that has blood and gore in it. I know that sounds a little gross, but Barry Windsor-Smith put so much detail into the gory scenes that I found myself being more drawn into the story because of that.

Barry Windsor-Smith creates the dark mood by molding the evil personality of the doctor experimenting on Wolverine. Anyone who wants to read Wolverine comics should visit Weapon X very soon

Barry Windsor-Smith creates the dark mood by molding the evil personality of the doctor experimenting on Wolverine. This scientist becomes on of the most well-shaped and terrifying villains of Logan's history, even though he's not a scary mutant. Sometimes it's the humans that do horrifying things to others that look scarier than supervillains like Dr. Doom. Anyone who wants to read Wolverine comics should visit Weapon X very soon. I've read Origins, and this older comic turned out to be a lot more fun and haunting

The Weapon X story from 1991 by Barry Windsor-Smith began to fill in. .

The Weapon X story from 1991 by Barry Windsor-Smith began to fill in some gaps. Originally told in small chunks appearing in Marvel Comics Presents it's become one of the classic Wolverine stories in his history. Plus, we continue All-Star Superman with issue 6. Next Time: Spider-Man and Venom: Maximum Carnage, Pt. 1. Spider-Man Unlimited Web of Spider-Man The Amazing Spider-Man Spider-Man The Spectacular Spider-Man Web of Spider-Man The Amazing Spider-Man

Wolverine's a lot of things to a lot of people, but to one infamous enclave he was nothing but a weapon

Wolverine's a lot of things to a lot of people, but to one infamous enclave he was nothing but a weapon. And weapons kill people. They found that out well enough. Find out for yourself in this prequel to recent revelations of the murderous mysteries. Unlock the world of Marvel Digital Comics! Your key for reading Marvel Unlimited and Digital Comic purchases across multiple devices. Get the latest news, original content, and special offers from Marvel. 2 weeks ago. Our Shows.

by Barry Windsor-Smith. Writer Roy Thomas teamed with a young artist named Barry Smith, and together the two mapped out some of the most stirring and memorable Conan adventures to come al. The Savage Sword of Conan, Volume 3.

Of all the members of the X-Men, none has been more popular than Wolverine -- yet the origins of this mutant hero had always been tightly shrouded in mystery. Aside from a few hazy tidbits, Wolverine's past has always been little more than a blank slate. In WEAPON X, acclaimed writer/illustrator Barry Windsor-Smith peels back this veil of secrecy to reveal how Wolverine's skeleton became laced with an indestructible adamantium metal. Kidnapped and drugged, Wolverine is subjected to a series of sadistic medical experiments designed to create the perfect soldier. As he battles back against this tortuous experience, Wolverine proves himself to be a true hero long before his days as an X-Man.
Reviews:
  • betelgeuze
I thought this was a good series, short, a little scary and interesting to see Wolverine become something more than an animal who crawled around with the wolves at the start of his life and literally yell his humanity to someone of superior intellect who saw him as nothing but a programmable monster.

I think this speaks volumes to people in the world today, how we are so pushed to be specific things by the 'superior intellect' ones who know what's best, and there we are, constantly rebelling, fighting, demanding our humanity be seen and respected for what it is, regardless of who we are or where we came from.

Also I found it strange that Cornelius was (what appeared to be) killed, but yet returns in the Death of Wolverine to totally go all "OH YA?!" towards Logan.
  • Xanna
Received this in the mail yesterday, excellent condition.
Sat down and read it entirely in less than 45 minutes.
Not an extremely long novel, as none of them really are it seems, but the story within the 100 or so pages is brutal and emotional. The twist at the end adds a nice touch. The extra flashback story from 2001 doesn't make sense, there's no context for it, and it really doesn't add much to the story.
However, I do not regret my purchase, as I know I will read this story again in the future multiple times. A fine addition to my collection.
  • Vojar
Weapon X is one of the coolest concepts in the Marvel Universe. Anyone who reads comics should find interest in Logan's dark past. While this comic may not be what I expected, I fell in love with it as the story slowly moved on. At one point I thought it was going to be an inaccessable Grant Morisson type comic, but thankfully the story becomes more and more clear as you move along. Weapon X is possibly one of the darkest tales from Marvel, although it may not appear so at first glance. Barry Windsor-Smith creates the dark mood by molding the evil personality of the doctor experimenting on Wolverine. This scientist becomes on of the most well-shaped and terrifying villains of Logan's history, even though he's not a scary mutant. Sometimes it's the humans that do horrifying things to others that look scarier than supervillains like Dr. Doom.

Anyone who wants to read Wolverine comics should visit Weapon X very soon. I've read Origins, and this older comic turned out to be a lot more fun and haunting. In Wolverine's timeline, Weapon X HAS to be one of the most significant marks. It's moody, daring, gritty, and yet a classic. This is one comic that I could bet on being in nearly ever comic readers' library. If not, it should be.
  • Keel
The story and art are amazing, its a must. I just don’t remember it being colored so horrible, they really need to do a black white version because Barry Windsor Smith’s art isn’t done justice with this ugly coloring.
  • FLIDER
This is a must have for any Wolverine fan and a good graphic novel for comic fans. This novel details the horrifying process Logan (Wolverine) went through while in the Weapon X program. I like the story; it is fast, action-packed, and kept me reading through to the end. My only complaint is that this story didn't really detail what the Weapon X program was supposed to do and who started the program. It's also a violent graphic novel and has some disturbing moments, so this may not be a good choice to get for younger Wolvie fans. Overall, I like it and recommend it!
  • Gold Crown
This is a collection that I have been wanting to read for so long now and finally got around to it. This story about the weapon X program and how they infused the adamantium to wolverine is such a classic tale, it's just a shame I waited this long to read it. It is the very best of BWS. If you've seen the movie, you NEED to read the original version of this epic tale. If you didn't see the movie, you still NEED to read this story.
  • Llathidan
Dark, intense, horrifying. A trip you need to take if you want to truly know the man/mutant called Wolverine.
I originally had all these issues growing up and was drawn to it due to the iconic 1st cover of the storyline. I love how in telling a part of Logans origin many things still stay a mystery, and kind of reminds me of A Killing Joke. Got it at a great value, worth checking out.