Review: Wolverine: Origin

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Wolverine Origin

Paul Jenkins. Wolverine: Origin.  New York, NY: Marvel Publishing Incorporated, October, 18th, 2006. 200 pp.

Among the X-Men, the Wolverine fascinates me the most.  There’s something about that character that intrigues me.  I thoroughly enjoyed this story of Wolverine written by Paul Jenkins.  He has written a good storyline of Wolverine’s origin.  The graphic novel actually pulls you to the character.  There is some suspense in the beginning of the book as you don’t know which one of the character is going to grow up to be the Wolverine.  I thought it was neat to see how the story was told from a third story perspective of a girl who was a nanny.  This adds a personal touch while still allowing Wolverine to be the elusive figure that one can’t fully control which I think…

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