Weapon X

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Marvel, Mar 21, 2007 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 126 pages
2 Reviews
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 just how much "X" can cover in this prequel to recent revelations of the murderous mysteries that have mesmerized our favorite mutant! Collects Marvel Comics Presents #72-84

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Review: Wolverine: Weapon X (Wolverine Marvel Comics)

User Review  - Schuyler - Goodreads

It was okay. Not a whole lot going on story wise but the narrative structure was different, in a good way. Oddly comical at some points, seemed out of place. Read full review

Review: Wolverine: Weapon X (Wolverine Marvel Comics)

User Review  - anthony e. - Goodreads

There's nothing in this story that hasn't been told better or with more cohension in more second-hand sources like the X-films and various Wolverine appearances, or, for that matetr, on Wikipedia ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
35
Section 3
42
Section 4
82
Section 5
85
Section 6
138
Section 7
147
Section 8
148
Section 9
150
Section 10
151
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About the author (2007)

Barry Windsor-Smith, 2008 Eisner Award Hall of Fame Inductee, has been creating extraordinary comics art and stories since 1967, introducing diverse artistic influences to graphic storytelling, and developing a distinctive, naturalistic narrative style. Conan the Barbarian, X-Men, Weapon X, Archer & Armstrong, RUNE, and Barry Windsor-Smith: STORYTELLER are among the many works of his 30+ year career. Windsor-Smith is also an acclaimed painter of Romantic fantasy, co-founder of The STUDIO, and author of BWS: OPUS, a series of art books collecting his paintings and drawings. The text of the series, called Time Rise, is an anecdotal, sometimes humorous, memoir of his paranormal experiences. He lives in Kingston, NY.

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