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BRUTAL BATTLES WITH THE UNBREAKABLE MUTANT! The bloody, brutal mayhem continues! Steven S. DeKnight makes his debut in the Marvel Universe as he teams up with Paulo Siquiera to put the best there is through his paces on a bloody trip to the SAVAGE LAND! Kelly Thompson teams with Khary Randolph for a heartfelt — and heart-pounding — episode in Japan! And Ed Brisson takes LO BRUTAL BATTLES WITH THE UNBREAKABLE MUTANT! The bloody, brutal mayhem continues! Steven S. DeKnight makes his debut in the Marvel Universe as he teams up with Paulo Siquiera to put the best there is through his paces on a bloody trip to the SAVAGE LAND! Kelly Thompson teams with Khary Randolph for a heartfelt — and heart-pounding — episode in Japan! And Ed Brisson takes LOGAN back to the Outback with Leonard Kirk, where he’ll go up against the REAVERS!


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BRUTAL BATTLES WITH THE UNBREAKABLE MUTANT! The bloody, brutal mayhem continues! Steven S. DeKnight makes his debut in the Marvel Universe as he teams up with Paulo Siquiera to put the best there is through his paces on a bloody trip to the SAVAGE LAND! Kelly Thompson teams with Khary Randolph for a heartfelt — and heart-pounding — episode in Japan! And Ed Brisson takes LO BRUTAL BATTLES WITH THE UNBREAKABLE MUTANT! The bloody, brutal mayhem continues! Steven S. DeKnight makes his debut in the Marvel Universe as he teams up with Paulo Siquiera to put the best there is through his paces on a bloody trip to the SAVAGE LAND! Kelly Thompson teams with Khary Randolph for a heartfelt — and heart-pounding — episode in Japan! And Ed Brisson takes LOGAN back to the Outback with Leonard Kirk, where he’ll go up against the REAVERS!

30 review for Wolverine: Black, White & Blood #4

  1. 5 out of 5

    Khabeer Rashad

    Bloody good time ‼️

  2. 5 out of 5

    Ian Sharman

    This final issue of Wolverine: Black, White & Blood sees a dip in quality after the excellent second and third issues, with only one of the three stories contained within really standing out. There are no surprises that this is the story by Kelly Thompson, but they key here is both the art and the decision to take advantage of the limited colour palette by pitting Wolverine against a villain with red hair. This limited palette really shines with an artist with more graphic style, rather than one This final issue of Wolverine: Black, White & Blood sees a dip in quality after the excellent second and third issues, with only one of the three stories contained within really standing out. There are no surprises that this is the story by Kelly Thompson, but they key here is both the art and the decision to take advantage of the limited colour palette by pitting Wolverine against a villain with red hair. This limited palette really shines with an artist with more graphic style, rather than one with a highly detailed, heavily rendered style, so Khary Randolph's very graphic style is perfect here. The use of red in this story feels deliberate, planned and an integral part of the storytelling. However, with the other two stories it feels like an afterthought, and I think it's no coincidence that a separate colourist is credited for both of these stories, whereas the red was added by Randolph themself in their story. It elevates this story above being just "Wolverine does the stabby," which neither of the other stories really manage to achieve. As a whole however, this has been a great little series, with every issue having at least one stand out story. and I'm sure different people will enjoy different stories. Definitely worth checking out if you get the chance.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Etienne

    The art and the action of this issues and series were awesome in every possible ways. Unfortunately I find the stories to be too short and a bit empty in term of plot or characters "development". Too little substances for me even if the art was amazing! The art and the action of this issues and series were awesome in every possible ways. Unfortunately I find the stories to be too short and a bit empty in term of plot or characters "development". Too little substances for me even if the art was amazing!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ellen Schoener

    Not as good as the previous ones. The stories are mainly filler and do not really have any real impact (at least for me). But then, I bought this mainly for the artwork and that still is great.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Alia

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    Avery

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    Nick Wetmore

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    Benjamin Pauly

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    Brandon Kinsey

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    Chris Wakefield

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    Jessica

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jakob Morrison

  14. 4 out of 5

    Vismund

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    Scott Mills

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    Alex

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    Luke Williams

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    Adam Wateman

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    Fernando Rezende

  21. 4 out of 5

    Chad

  22. 4 out of 5

    James Hammond

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    Colton Scherer

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    Burton Olivier

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  26. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa Brechler

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    Aaron

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    Asyraf Abdul

  29. 5 out of 5

    Shauna

  30. 4 out of 5

    Auro Pineda

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