Writer: Brian K. Vaughan
Artist: Eduardo Risso
I must admit that I am impressed. And long-time readers know I don’t impress easily.
This story has that dynamic feel reminiscent of Frank Miller and the original Wolverine limited series.
Inspired artwork by Eduardo Risso and a rollicking narrative by Brian K. Vaughan.
And just when you think the story is drifting into something pedantic, the final page kicks you in the teeth.
I can’t wait for the next issue.
From Marvel (preview): “Finally armed with long-lost memories from his past, Wolverine returns to one of his first battlefields to settle an old score in an all-new adventure with a shocking revelation about the man known as Logan.” On sale March 5, 2008.
Previously: Logan #1, 2 preview from ComicBookResources.com