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Wolverine/Punisher, Vol. 1 (Marvel Comics: Wolverine)

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Deep in the South American jungle there's a place of legend - a final refuge where nastiest of the nasty can disappear from the prying eyes of the world. Now, the vigilante known as the Punisher and the X-Man called Wolverine have stumbled upon this secret sanctuary, and the residents of Erewhon couldn't be happier...or more prepared.
Paperback, 120 pages
Published October 13th 2004 by Marvel Comics Group
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Sep 01, 2017 rated it it was ok
Milligan again shows why he's a crap writer. The book is filled with plot holes and a disjointed story. Deep in the jungle is a mythical city that's the last refuge of those the Punisher hunts, Erewhon, see the writer must be clever that's "nowhere" almost spelled backwords. Our villain Napoleon goes to Erewhon in the first issue. Then we flash forward 10 years where the citizens of erewhon are luring the Punisher to their refuge so they can kill him. It makes no sense. Napoleon only shows up br ...more
 Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)

It's not as predictable as one would think, putting The Punisher and Wolverine together. They are actually very different. One is methodical and rigid in his application of violence. The other is very emotional in his application of violence, and not quite as dogmatic about the application of justice and judging others.

This book has a very pulpy feel to it. That's not necessarily bad, since we are dealing with hardened criminals (and some not-so hardened, but shady all the same).

I don't like th
Raxilia Running

Se dovessi usare un aggettivo per descrivere questo volume e i suoi contenuti, "paraculo" sarebbe la parola perfetta, seguita a ruota da "grottesco", in riferimento alle battute, ai personaggi (insopportabile l'unica donna qui presente nella sua più che orrida caratterizzazione da soap opera), e soprattutto a quello pseudo-colpo di scena finale che è più di cattivo gusto persino di Gigi D'Alessio che conduce "Made in Sud".

Quando si parla di "storie per una testata che tratta contenuti p
Jul 19, 2017 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: graphic-novels
English (but not so good) / Italiano
The Punisher and Wolverine, wasted talent in this story.

Il Punitore e Wolverine, talenti sprecati in questa storia.
Isaiah Bennett
Mar 21, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I like all the The Punisher books
Feather Mista
Aug 28, 2010 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Fans de los autores y de los personajes
Recommended to Feather by: Que estaba a mano
Ay, Milligan, cómo se nota que a veces tenés que llevar el puchero a casa y aceptás lo primero que te ofrecen sin gastarte en pensar un poco las cosas. Y eso que este no es un mal comic, para nada. Entretiene y está bien armado, aunque parece que no lleva a ningún lado. Amaga con el humor negro pero se queda en un gris sucio. Amaga con la acción desenfrenada pero frena a cada esquina. Amaga con llegar a lo más profundo del alma de los personajes pero toca timbre y sale corriendo. Pero como pocho ...more
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Bryson McCheeseburger
Apr 02, 2014 rated it really liked it
Good story, but seemed to lack a little of the excitement I would expect from Frank and Logan. Still a cool 'team-up'.
Mar 03, 2015 rated it really liked it
Very straightforward book, showing how sane Logan is when compared to Castle. Satisfying read, as both characters do what they do best. I'll likely pick up another in this series.
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Peter Milligan is a British writer, best known for his work on X-Force / X-Statix, the X-Men, & the Vertigo series Human Target. He is also a scriptwriter.

He has been writing comics for some time and he has somewhat of a reputation for writing material that is highly outlandish, bizarre and/or absurd.

His highest profile projects to date include a run on X-Men, and his X-Force revamp that relau
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