Download Wolverine: Logan epub book
ISBN:0785134255
Author: Eduardo Risso,Brian K Vaughan
ISBN13: 978-0785134251
Title: Wolverine: Logan
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Language: English
Category: Graphic Novels
Publisher: Marvel (September 3, 2008)
Pages: 112

Wolverine: Logan by Eduardo Risso,Brian K Vaughan



Eduardo Risso depicts Logan as a hairy, wild animal. Lt. Warren's expressions are unsettling. If Risso and Vaughan were trying to intimidate me with this villain, they succeeded. Length: 112 pages Story by Brian K. Vaughan Art by Eduardo Risso Publisher: Marvel Published: September 3, 2008. Wolverine stories that focus on his fetish for Asian women are almost acr This is the most disappointing book by Brian K Vaughan that I've read. He's a good enough writer that this manages more than one star, despite the fact that it's an aimless story that pits a racist against a white savior during the midst of the bombing of Hiroshima.

Ships from and sold by Amazing Comics. Yes, there is an old saying about book covers, but in the world of comics, for me at least, the cover art is an important component, and from this absolutely killer image by Eduardo Risso and Dean White, I envisioned a story with a little more of an "Apocalypse Now" or "Deer Hunter" feel (although I knew it was about Japan and not. Viet Nam). There is a backup Wolverine story in another book, "Enemy of the State," that has more of that aspect, but that one takes place in a Nazi concentration camp.

Wolverine: Logan collects the three issue series from Brian K. Vaughan and Eduardo Risso that gives us a moment that "re-forged Logan in the flames of love, death, and destruction. It features color by Dean White and lettering by Joe Caramagna. Get your copy in comic shops now and book stores on February 19! To find a comic shop near you, visit ww. omicshoplocator.

The page is from the 3-issue work of Eduardo Risso and Brian K. Vaughan "Logan" that shows the story of Wolverine at Japan 1945. Eduardo Risso (born 23 November 1959) is an Argentine comic book artist. In the United States he is probably best known for his work with writer Brian Azzarello on the Vertigo title 100 Bullets, while in Argentina and Europe he is noted for his collaborations with Ricardo Barreiro and Carlos Trillo. He has received much acclaim for his work.

Collects Logan(2008)  . Collects Logan(2008) 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.

Superstar artist Eduardo Risso (100 Bullets) joins critically acclaimed writer Brian K. Vaughan (TV's Lost, Y: The Last Man) for a unique take on the man who's the best there is at what he does. 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.

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Writer Brian K. Vaughan and artist Eduardo Risso exploring the theme here. His memories returned, Logan is burdened by a century’s worth of emotion and regret as a nagging memory pulls him towards a graveyard in the Japanese village of Hiroshima where he faces off against a flaming spectre with a familiar scent, sparking a flashback to his time as a wartime prisoner in 1945. Risso and colourist Dean White enforce this theme with truly spectacular art, exploring Logan’s heartache by focusing on the interactions between Logan and Atsuko in particular, with a blend of delicate detail and gorgeous simplicity. The violence engages in short and brutal spurts, at times a stunning splash of colour against a backdrop of snowy white. White’s watercolours keep the features soft, the focus on the characters, but hatred and feral rage explode onto faces with astounding intensity.

Wolverine: Logan PDF Download. By: Brian K. Vaughan & Eduardo Risso. Relase Date: 2012-10-19. Genre: Graphic Novels, Comics & Graphic Novels. Vertigo: Winter's Edge (1997-) Y: The Last Man Book Five. Saga, Vol. 1. 2.

Now that he has his memories intact and can fully recall his past, Wolverine decides to settle a score with an old enemy.
Reviews: 7
Falya
What's more important? A LONG story line that spans across five or six issues? Or a SHORT limited series that hits every note to have a good story? That's what Wolverine: LOGAN is. It's a short Three issue story that has every checkmark to make this a great book. It has a love interest, a great villain, a great hero and wonderful art. This has become one of my favorite Wolverine books. The book also includes concept art with script layouts and Black & White covers in back. Between the issues you'll have the original colored covers that was released on stands. You'll even get a pin-up of Wolverine in the back (You Can't Remove It From The Book). I recommend this book to every comic reader. Casual fans will enjoy this for what it is. Wolverine fans I can't express how much this needs to be on your shelf.
Faell
As a long-time Wolverine fan, I found this one to be pretty good with a few flaws.

I felt a little disappointed that the cover doesn't really give a true picture of the vibe of the book. Yes, there is an old saying about book covers, but in the world of comics, for me at least, the cover art is an important component, and from this absolutely killer image by Eduardo Risso and Dean White, I envisioned a story with a little more of an "Apocalypse Now" or "Deer Hunter" feel (although I knew it was about Japan and not Viet Nam). There is a backup Wolverine story in another book, "Enemy of the State," that has more of that aspect, but that one takes place in a Nazi concentration camp. Anyway, this story trades in the POW story line for more of a romance tale, and it's not much of a SPOILER, if you know about Wolverine, but the romance is doomed to tragedy.

In addition to the Japanese army, we have some other complications that are pretty interesting. One is an American soldier who sincerely believes in duty and patriotism, but takes it to the point that he forgets how to be merciful. He is an interesting foil because Logan gets to play the peacemaker role for a while (When you have Wolverine telling you to take it easy, you know you've gone a little too far.), but also because this soldier is a mutant with a healing power similar to Logan's. I found this a little far-fetched, but author Brian Vaughan does throw in a little "That must be why their eggheads locked us away together," although again, this is a Japanese prison camp and not a Weapon X facility, so it still seems like a bit of a stretch, but that's OK. It's kind of literature, but it's still comics, so I can suspend disbelief.

The other complication in the story has to do with the setting. This is not just any old run-of-the-mill Japanese prison camp at any old time during WWII. This is Hiroshima, and Logan will experience an extremely important historical event there. By the way, I am writing this review on August 4, which just happens to be about the time of year that the story takes place, give or take a few days. If these references don't give you enough of a clue, check your history books. Anyway, this historical event will push the healing factors of both mutants to their very limits, and it's pretty cool to see how that plays out. I do feel, however, that writers of Wolverine stories sometimes take this healing factor thing a little too far. I feel that there are injuries that can be healed, from which Logan should be able to recover at an accelerated speed that saves his life, and then there are immediately fatal wounds, that would kill him. It seems that since the character was first introduced, he has gone from being extremely durable to nigh indestructible. Again, we suspend disbelief to go along with the story.

How about that artwork? It is stunningly beautiful when Risso and Dean aim to capture that sense of Japanese serenity, and fierce as hell when they are showing us violence and destruction. This book has a fair share of each, and each page looks great.

So there is some cool stuff going on here, and although it wasn't quite what I was hoping for, it's got that feel of a book that I will probably come to appreciate more and more as I re-read it again and again. If you're a Wolverine fan, it's a worthy addition to your collection.
Reighbyra
Collecting: Logan 1-3 (miniseries)

Bonus Material: Scripts & sketch gallery

Synopsis:
Wolverine and an American with similar healing powers are POWs in World War II Japan. They escape and run into a beautiful Japanese girl. The American wants to kill her, but Wolverine stops him and so begins a grudge that the GI would hold against Wolverine for the next 60 years. Their feud might have ended in 1945, except it was interrupted by the atomic blast at Hiroshima which happens to fall practically on top of the fighting mutants. The graphic novel sets up the double entendre that Wolverine becomes a man both through the passionate night with Atsuko and through the nuclear flames of war.

Pros & Cons:
The dichotomy drawn between Wolverine and the truly feral US GI works well because in this contrast we are shown the merciful and rational side of wolverine (who is famous for his rage). Moreover we are given an original Wolverine story with a powerful choice to be made at the end. Vaughn and Risso also leave Wolverine's decision about whether to keep the memory and the pain or to forget artfully ambiguous.

For a book with such a nuanced Wolverine, I was a bit disappointed by the "bad guy." The nemesis is a totally warped, racist, gung ho American GI (who also has a healing factor). While I get it that the Japanese tortured and experimented on him and thus makes him crazy, the GI character never gets beyond a two dimensional comic book villain. I can't say exactly how the villain could have been done better, but against a wonderfully complex Wolverine it seems as though the story would have worked just as well if not better without the enemy GI.

Summary:
I believe this is one of the better Wolverine history episodes ever written. There are plenty of pre-x-men wolverine tales, but few of them render a whole person. Even a reader new to Wolverine mythology will find much to enjoy.
Haralem
A quality Wolverine story set to some fantastic arywork. Instead of pure action this story delves into Wolverine's character and history. Fret not there is still action though and the inspiriation for a certain scene in the latest Wolverine film comes from this book. It's beautifully written and drawn/colored and a must buy for the Wolverine collector, the only problem is it's only 3 issues, if it would have been 6 this could've easily stood up with the other classics.
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It's beautifully illustrated, but the story is strictly by the numbers. Wolverine meets woman, woman sleeps with Wolverine, woman dies, and Wolverine gets revenge. (Yawn!) The setting of WWII Japan might have been interesting, but the story's lackadaisical plodding doesn't really do anything interesting with it. For fans of Wolverine or Risso only.
Grinin
Classic Logan story, revealing a forgotten chapter from his past and adding a new layer of pain, loss, honor, and vengeance to the greatest character in comic book history.