|Author:||Peter David,Jo Duffy,Gene Colan,John Buscema|
|Title:||Wolverine Classic, Vol. 5 (v. 5)|
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|Publisher:||Marvel (September 26, 2007)|
Ships from and sold by WonderBook. A collection of several issues of the Wolverine comic from its earlier days. The first one of which includes artwork by the fabulous Gene Colan as Wolverine tries to save a kid from the Snow Queen, an assassin with disorientation powers. While the others don't live up to that, as his Patch disguise in Madripoor is the story we are takalking about here, there are guest appearances from both Shan Coy Manh and Jessica Drew, sans the red spandex.
Rick said: Some nice stuff here . Peter David, Gene Colan. John Buscema (Illustrations). The Wolverine Classic books have a rough start but they keep improving and this is definitely the best of the bunch. Karma is really well written here. May 21, 2009 Jostalady added it.
9780785127390 (pb. Personal Name: David, Peter (Peter Allen). Varying Form of Title: Wolverine. Varying Form of Title: Wolverine classic.
Wolverine Classic Vol. 5 (Trade Paperback). Wolverine Classic Vol. 4 (Trade Paperback). 3 (Trade Paperback). Essential Wolverine Vol. 2 (Trade Paperback). (Trade Paperback). Wolverine Legends Vol. 6: Marc Silvestri Book I (Trade Paperback). David Peter Denys Cowan Derek Bellman Derek Fridolfs Dexter Vines Digital Broome Digital Chameleon Donald Hudson Duncan Rouleau Dwayne Turner Edgar Tadeo Electric Crayon Emerson Miranda Eric Stephenson Erik Larsen Esad Ribic Ethan Van Sciver Fabian Nicieza Fabio Laguna Frank Tieri Gene Colan Georges Jeanty Gerald DeCaire Gerry Alanguilan Gina Going Glenn Herdling Gloria Vasquez Glynis Oliver Graham Nolan Greg Hildebrandt Greg Wright.
Writer(s): Peter Allen David - 'PAD' Mary Jo Duffy - 'Jo Duffy' Larry Hama. Penciller(s): John Buscema Gene Colan - 'Adam Austin' Gerald DeCaire - 'Jerry DeCaire' Bill Jaaska Klaus R. Janson Barry Kitson Marc Silvestri Larry Stroman. Inker(s): John Buscema Gene Colan - 'Adam Austin' Daniel 'Dan' Green Donald C. 'Don' Hudson Allen 'Al' Milgrom Thomas 'Tom' Palmer Sr. Josef 'Joe' Rubinstein Keith Williams. Colorist(s): (Story is monochromatic). There are other versions of this issue in the database: Essential Wolverine (1997) TPB vol. 02 QVC Exclusive Painted Cover Essential Wolverine (1997) TPB vol. 02 Second Print. Story Arc(s): Add/remove story arcs to this issue. Synopsis: None entered.
Art by JOHN BUSCEMA and GENE COLAN. Cover by JOHN BUSCEMA. The feral X-Man goes toe-to-toe with the gamma-spawned, gray-skinned Goliath known as the Incredible Hulk! Plus: Wolverine recalls a promise from his past, and remembers the death of Silver Fox and his first fight with Sabretooth. The first of Peter David's occasionally seen and always entertaining Wolverine arcs, 'The Gehenna Affair' sets Logan, Jessica Drew (Spider-Woman) and their friends up in adventure against a horde of vampires commanded by a biblical demon-god who goes way back with Wolverine - if only the mutant marvel could remember him!
Find nearly any book by Jo Duffy. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Essential Wolverine Vo. : Wolverine (v. 2). by Mark Gruenwald, Mike Carlin, John Byrne, Tom Defalco, Jo Duffy, Peter David. ISBN 9781904159650 (978-1-904159-65-0) Softcover, Panini Books, 2004. Wolverine Classic, Vol. 5 (v. 5). by Peter David, Jo Duffy. ISBN 9780785127390 (978-0-7851-2739-0) Softcover, Marvel, 2007.
The original creative team consisted of writer Chris Claremont and penciler John Buscema. Claremont described the series as "high adventure rather than super heroics, sort of a combination of Conan meets Terry and the Pirates. As a visual manifestation of the series' break from the traditional superhero genre, throughout Claremont's run Wolverine wears either civilian clothes or a mask-less, all black outfit instead of his superhero costume, and costumed characters in general were. Nearly half of the series's run was written by Larry Hama . 5. Wolverine Vol. 2
Years, and I mean years, ago I remember having an argument in a comic book store in Melbourne with some idiot who spent the better part of the afternoon trying to convince me that John Buscema wasn’t as good an artist as, say, Jim Lee or Rob Liefeld, or anyone from Image for that matter. As is the way with such people nothing I said would sway his opinion, so I simply gave up and allowed him to ramble on and on, much to the growing amusement of people around him. Not to denigrate Liefeld, or Lee for that matter, but I’m sure that Rob would agree that he’s nowhere near as good an artist as the.