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Wolverine MAX, Vol. 2: Escape to L.A. (Wolverine Max #2)

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After solving the mystery of Creed and the plane crash, Logan heads to L.A. - but after living in the past for so long, can he face his future? Logan plants roots in the City of Angels, hoping to lie low and rebuild his life...but a mysterious figure from his forgotten past returns and refuses to let sleeping dogs lie. It's the next gritty chapter in the MAX reimagining of ...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published November 5th 2013 by Marvel (first published February 1st 2012)
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JB
Sep 03, 2015 JB rated it really liked it
I think I like this story even better than volume 1. Wolverine is still in search of answers after he lost his memories in a plane crash in the first volume.

He makes some aliances in this story. He has a sweet connection with a stray dog after getting to L.A. (the first volume took place mostly in Japan) He gets a protecting gig from this mysterious redhead. Who seems to be hiding as much as Logan is doing. In this story he even uses another alias(es) than he did in Japan.

The story is greatly wr
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Quentin Wallace
Aug 07, 2015 Quentin Wallace rated it really liked it
I enjoyed this volume as well. This is definitely an alternate universe Wolverine, as the stories about his past are much different than the canon. This is still very much a crime noir story. It almost reads as though the writer had an idea for a novel, and then adapted it to fit Wolverine. That's not a bad thing, however, as we are getting a story a little different from what you would normally get from Wolverine.

This one is set in L.A., and then ends up in Vegas as Logan is still trying to pie
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Mouse
Apr 19, 2015 Mouse rated it liked it
Wait...so he lost his memory again?
I thought he got his memory back years ago?
I guess they just can't make up their minds over at Marvel and they decided to just stay with this schtick! It kind of gets old real quick!
Although this seems to be kind of an alternate Wolverine story in some similar universe.
The art in this is a bit rough but the story is decent. It's not a very large scale story which is actually pretty cool since Wolverine doesn't need to be saving the universe all the time. Wolvie
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Michael
Jun 25, 2014 Michael rated it it was amazing
I do enjoy a good Wolverine comic. This comic isn't set in the regular marvel 616 which is good. Not a lot of history and superheroes to mess with. This is Wolverine as it should be. He's not sure who he is. He's getting in trouble with the mob. He's fighting his way out. If you like a noir wolverine this is your comic. It's much grittier than your normal wolverine. He's still an animal, but there's hope for him.
John
Dec 23, 2015 John rated it liked it
Shelves: graphic-novels
More of a moody character piece than an actual story here, but I enjoyed it. Good seedy LA noir atmosphere and a sense of mystery surrounding Logan's situation help keep things going, but really nothing much happens here plot-wise.
Etienne02breton
Dec 26, 2013 Etienne02breton rated it it was amazing
A really good comic for every Wolverine's fan. The graphic are good, the story is quite original, Wolverine is all like him, and all like it should be, and there is a lot of great action. So, a really nice comic book!
Simone
Nov 13, 2015 Simone rated it really liked it
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Gritty and bloody, everything Wolverine should be!
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