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by John Romita,Mark Millar

eBook Wolverine: Enemy of the State, Vol. 2 download ISBN: 0785116273
Author: John Romita,Mark Millar
Publisher: Marvel (June 14, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 176
ePub: 1901 kb
Fb2: 1290 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Comics
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Millar’s Enemy of the State is probably the best Logan story since the Claremont/Miller miniseries from . and it was a pleasant surprise t. .

Millar’s Enemy of the State is probably the best Logan story since the Claremont/Miller miniseries from 1982. Millar is the writer and creative force behind the Kingsman and Kick-Ass books and it was a pleasant surprise to finally read one of their stories that wasn't bogged down in mutant politics or lternate, mutie-that/same-old,same-old pretentiousness. This was just a good, old-fashioned fun comic book, in the classic Marvel style.

This book collects the 13 issue run Mark Millar did with John Romita Jnr on Wolverine a few years ag. The same thing applies to the Gorgon, who gets killed in Wolverine: Enemy of the State, Vol. 2, but who's also very much not-dead in the Secret Warriors series

This book collects the 13 issue run Mark Millar did with John Romita Jnr on Wolverine a few years ago. Wolverine is captured and brainwashed by a terrorist organisation, part ninja, part Nazi, called Hydra led by an undying evil witch and a terrifying assassin called the Gorgon. With Wolverine on their side, they begin picking off heroes and villains to turn them to their cause of complete destruction of the world. 2, but who's also very much not-dead in the Secret Warriors series.

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Continuing the second half of Mark Millar's year long arc on Wolverine, Enemy of the State Vol. 2 continues where Vol. 1 left off with the Hydra brainwashed Wolverine captured by Shield

Continuing the second half of Mark Millar's year long arc on Wolverine, Enemy of the State Vol. 1 left off with the Hydra brainwashed Wolverine captured by Shield. Concluding Mark Millar's bloody run on Wolverine. com User, January 7, 2006.

vol. 1) Frank Miller (vol. 2) John Buscema John Byrne Marc Silvestri Anthony Winn Leinil Yu Jeff Matsuda Sean Chen Dan Fraga (vol. 3) Darick Robertson John Romita J. Wolverine: Enemy of the State, Vol. 2. 3) Darick Robertson John Romita Jr. Javier Saltares Humberto Ramos Simone Bianchi Howard Chaykin Steve McNiven (vol. 4) Renato Guedes Daniel Acuña Ron Garney Billy Tan Paul Pelletier Simone Bianchi (vol. 5) Alan Davis (vol. 6) Ryan Stegman Rafa Sandoval Pete Woods. Wolverine Vol. 3 June 2006 December 2005.

Mark Millar (Writer); John Romita Jr. and Kaare Andrews (Artists); Greg Land, Joe Quesada, John Romita J. and . Wolverine may be back in . and Kaare Andrews (Cover). Brief Description: Wolverine may be back in . custody, but at what cost? As the X-Men mourn a fallen teammate in a funeral befitting a hero, Hydra celebrates the coronation of a new leader. And the reign of terror continues, as the Hand picks off meta-humans one by one. Will Wolverine be deprogrammed in time to stop the carnage? Plus: the secret origin of the Gorgon! Issues Reprinted: Wolverine (Vol. 3)

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Wolverine 20 VFNM Enemy of the State Rare Brown Costume Retailer Variant Marvel. Number 20 Dec, Enemy of the State, Part 1 of Written by Mark Millar. Pencils and Cover by John Romita Jr. The world's deadliest living weapon just fell into the wrong hands. spoke with CBR about building new villains and the 'emotional rollercoaster' of working on DC Comics' Superman. Marvel fans know who JRJR is, and this is "Superman" It's the age of mechanitrons, and what are their connection to Clark Kent? Joining JRJR and Klaus Janson are super writer Geoff Johns.

Wolverine may be back in S.H.I.E.L.D. custody, but at what cost? As the X-Men mourn a fallen teammate in a funeral befitting a hero, Hydra celebrates the coronation of a new leader. And the reign of terror continues, as the Hand picks off meta-humans one by one. Will Wolverine be deprogrammed in time to stop the carnage? Plus: the secret origin of the Gorgon! Collects Wolverine #26-32.
Comments: (7)
Shalinrad
As far as Wolverine stories go, this one is right up there with being one of the best.

As a character, Wolverine is overused. He's also underwritten. Most writers have a hard time bringing out the qualities in the character that make him interesting. Mark Millar has no such problems here as he presents a character most know as a hero in the role of a villain.

You can read the plot in the item description, but know that it merely scratches the surface of this tale (which would make a great movie, by the way). When Wolverine goes rogue, some of Marvel's finest are out to take him down. It's a task that is a daunting as it is messy, and the various outcomes will leave your head spinning.

This is great stuff from Millar and artist John Romita, Jr.. If you are a Wolverine fan and haven't read this yet, you can't waste another minute.
Cetnan
Wolverine is lured to Japan and captured by the Hand. Then he's brainwashed and set loose on SHIELD and several other Marvel heroes and dozens of minor villains (mostly offscreen). Each attack gathers pieces that Hydra and the Hand need to put together a big plot device. Once Wolverine is recaptured by SHIELD and deprogrammed (you knew that was going to happen, right?), Logan goes on the rampage to try and stop the chaos that he helped create.

The first half (Wolverine under control) was not too strong. There was no real sense of urgency or trepidation on the part of SHIELD as Wolverine tears an apparant bloody swath through the Marvel Universe. The reader gets some idea from statistics reported by agents, but only a few actual fights with mainstream heroes are shown. Some superflous sub-plots invovling the power struggles among the villains of the piece that didn't seem to account for much of an impact other than to add a few pages to fill out an issue.

The second half is a bit more cohesive story-wise as Wolverine tracks down the Hydra/Hand leadership and bases of operation to disrupt their plans and exact his revenge for the part he was forced to play and some of those he was forced to kill along the way.

Great art by John Romita, JR, that is worth the price.
Zeus Wooden
If you haven't read the first part to this series, don't bother reading this one until you have. It's not that you won't understand what's going on. Not at all. It won't have the impact it should, however, if you did not read "Enemy of the State Part 1."

I won't give anything away here, but the story involves Wolverine, that lovable killing machine, doing what he does best against a whole lot of people who have done him wrong. It is brutal (though not as brutal as the first part), and it will go down in the history of the character as one of the best storylines involving him. That's not hyperbole. Read both parts and then say differently.

In case you hadn't noticed, the cover is an homage to Jim Steranko, one of comic's best creators. Normally such a move would be meant to distract readers from a subpar plot. Here it is an homage in the finest sense of the word. It is done out of respect, and it is thoroughly fitting based upon the story.

Wolverine is an overused, overhyped character. Few writers do him well. Few writers give him any depth. While there may not be much depth to the character here (at least not when compared to what Chris Claremont did with him), there is one bang-up job of a story that is pure action through and through.
Malogamand
(Let me preface this review by saying I have been maxed-out on Wolverine and most of the Marvel x-books for about twenty years now... and it was a pleasant surprise to finally read one of their stories that wasn't bogged down in mutant politics or techno-fetishistic/alternate reality/Genosha-this, mutie-that/same-old,same-old pretentiousness... This was just a good, old-fashioned *fun* comic book, in the classic Marvel style. Yay. Finally!)

The "Wolverine: Enemy Of The State" epic is one of the most thoroughly enjoyable, fast-paced, no-holds barred superhero stories I've read in quite a while. Too often nowadays these big story arcs seem to wrap up in a hurry and have a weak ending -- such is NOT the case here: Mark Millar built up the tension, sustained the action and kept the pace just right, from beginning to end. Job well done. Here, Wolverine breaks free of the mind control that Hydra trapped him with, and is thus set loose to slice and dice to his heart's desire. Plenty of zombie ninja bite the dust, and Logan once again reasserts his butt-kicking bona fides. If you're looking for a good, simple, slam-bang superhero story, this is a darn good choice. (ReadThatAgain!)
Mora
This is an exceptionally enjoyable Wolverine tale while at the same time being one of the more ridiculous. The HAND, ninja organization and HYDRA are up to no good and end up contributing hundreds of cannon fodder for the threshing engine of Logan and his allies. There are some interesting confrontations while Wolverine is under the control of Darkness and it is nice to see his inner dialogue flower beyond the usual "I'm the best there is at what I do," cliches. Anyway, it's silly and stupid in all the right ways and thankfully no appearance by Sabretooth so if you like Wolverine in ninja action, you'll have a good time with this book.
Duktilar
The conclusion to the "Wolverine: Enemy Of The State" epic is one of the most thoroughly enjoyable, fast-paced, no-holds barred superhero stories I've read in quite a while. Too often nowadays these big story arcs seem to wrap up in a hurry and have a weak ending -- such is NOT the case here: Mark Millar built up the tension, sustained the action and kept the pace just right, from beginning to end. Job well done. Here, Wolverine breaks free of the mind control that Hydra trapped him with, and is thus set loose to slice and dice to his heart's desire. Plenty of zombie ninja bite the dust, and Logan once again reasserts his butt-kicking bona fides. If you're looking for a good, simple, slam-bang superhero story, this is a darn good choice! (ReadThatAgain)