All-New Wolverine, Volume 5: Orphans of X (All-New Wolverine (Collected Editions) #5)

All-New Wolverine, Volume 5: Orphans of X (All-New Wolverine (Collected Editions) #5)

Collects All-New Wolverine #25-30. Daken has been kidnapped, and it's up to Wolverine to find him. But when his trail brings her back to the Facility, the place that tortured and created her, what new horrors will Laura find cooking there? Who, exactly, are the Orphans of X? How are they connected to the Wolverine? And what do they know about Laura and her past?...

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Title:All-New Wolverine, Volume 5: Orphans of X (All-New Wolverine (Collected Editions) #5)
Author:Tom Taylor
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ISBN:All-New Wolverine, Vol. 5: Orphans of X
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:112 pages pages

All-New Wolverine, Volume 5: Orphans of X (All-New Wolverine (Collected Editions) #5) Reviews

  • Renata
    Feb 28, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

  • Nate
    Apr 14, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

    Another solid entry in a fantastic ongoing series. ...

    ** Before I begin, I should just like to preface this review with the following disclaimer: any reviews I have written are almost always going to be less than biased, due to the content being related to Laura Kinney (X-23). However, that being said, if the story is rubbish, and Laura i...

    (25) Daken, Laura's Brother (also a clone of Wolverine), is taken by the Orphans of X (an organization left orphans after the x-men/mutants murdered a mother, father...). Laura is on a mission to find and rescue him. She tracks the scent of a note left by Daken's captures, along with h...

    We begin with a legend from Logan's time in Japan... that of the Murumasa, a blade forged using part of a soul, allowing the blade to cut at a molecular level, eliminating the ability for healing factor to kick in on it. The sword was given to Logan, was eventually worked into Daken's ...

    Orphans of X was another great volume of All-New Wolverine. The art was great. Artist Juann Cabal has a really clean but detailed art style that I enjoyed very much. I continue to love the story. I've always liked Laura Kinney in her various stories but Tom Taylor's version of ...

    This was by far the best of the volumes of this series, in my opinion. The arc makes a solid blending of character development and action, the storytelling/plotting smooth enough to blend the two right together so that their seamlessly integrated. This isn't done often in comics, norma...

    Wow! That's how I'd describe the latest volume of All-New Wolverine. A group is targeting the clawed and deadly members of the x-Family and its up to Wolverine, along with Gabby and Daken to save the day. Its a fun action packed story and you might need to know a bit of Wolvie (the...

    Fun, gory, and an interesting take on the Weapon X program, even though it seems a bit odd for so many people to be able to have magical bullets, given it was just a single magical blade. Laura taking on the responsibility of hunting down the leaders of the program hopefully won?t be...

    Solid banter, solid art, solid action, so-so story. Basically par for the course of the the All-New Wolverine series. Daken gets kidnapped and has an arm brutally removed by the Orphans of X, a new band of anti-Wolverine fanatics. So, Laura and Gabby to the rescue! There's some tiny si...

    Tom Taylor is doing something very special with All-New Wolverine. From the beginning this series had an emotional depth that was often absent from Wolverine comics. While the original Wolverine wallowed in death, this series is about life. While old school Wolverine was often about re...

  • Laura
    Mar 08, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

    Another solid entry in a fantastic ongoing series. ...

    ** Before I begin, I should just like to preface this review with the following disclaimer: any reviews I have written are almost always going to be less than biased, due to the content being related to Laura Kinney (X-23). However, that being said, if the story is rubbish, and Laura i...

    (25) Daken, Laura's Brother (also a clone of Wolverine), is taken by the Orphans of X (an organization left orphans after the x-men/mutants murdered a mother, father...). Laura is on a mission to find and rescue him. She tracks the scent of a note left by Daken's captures, along with h...

    We begin with a legend from Logan's time in Japan... that of the Murumasa, a blade forged using part of a soul, allowing the blade to cut at a molecular level, eliminating the ability for healing factor to kick in on it. The sword was given to Logan, was eventually worked into Daken's ...

    Orphans of X was another great volume of All-New Wolverine. The art was great. Artist Juann Cabal has a really clean but detailed art style that I enjoyed very much. I continue to love the story. I've always liked Laura Kinney in her various stories but Tom Taylor's version of ...

    This was by far the best of the volumes of this series, in my opinion. The arc makes a solid blending of character development and action, the storytelling/plotting smooth enough to blend the two right together so that their seamlessly integrated. This isn't done often in comics, norma...

    Wow! That's how I'd describe the latest volume of All-New Wolverine. A group is targeting the clawed and deadly members of the x-Family and its up to Wolverine, along with Gabby and Daken to save the day. Its a fun action packed story and you might need to know a bit of Wolvie (the...

    Fun, gory, and an interesting take on the Weapon X program, even though it seems a bit odd for so many people to be able to have magical bullets, given it was just a single magical blade. Laura taking on the responsibility of hunting down the leaders of the program hopefully won?t be...

    Solid banter, solid art, solid action, so-so story. Basically par for the course of the the All-New Wolverine series. Daken gets kidnapped and has an arm brutally removed by the Orphans of X, a new band of anti-Wolverine fanatics. So, Laura and Gabby to the rescue! There's some tiny si...

    Tom Taylor is doing something very special with All-New Wolverine. From the beginning this series had an emotional depth that was often absent from Wolverine comics. While the original Wolverine wallowed in death, this series is about life. While old school Wolverine was often about re...

    Another Great story from the Lady Wolverine. This one had arms getting chopped off, magic swords, bullets that can kill the unkillable, and getting the band back together. I loved that I had just read X-23 vol. 1. There was so much back ground that from that, that was referenced in thi...

    (Read in single issues) This storyline hit every single emotional beat I am looking for from a Laura Kinney comic and had a lot of wolverine extended family characters showing up, so basically I loved it. Taylor balances the heavy emotional story and sometimes brutal events with a lot ...

  • Emmett Spain
    May 19, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

    Another solid entry in a fantastic ongoing series. ...

  • Scott Lee
    Jun 11, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

    Another solid entry in a fantastic ongoing series. ...

    ** Before I begin, I should just like to preface this review with the following disclaimer: any reviews I have written are almost always going to be less than biased, due to the content being related to Laura Kinney (X-23). However, that being said, if the story is rubbish, and Laura i...

    (25) Daken, Laura's Brother (also a clone of Wolverine), is taken by the Orphans of X (an organization left orphans after the x-men/mutants murdered a mother, father...). Laura is on a mission to find and rescue him. She tracks the scent of a note left by Daken's captures, along with h...

    We begin with a legend from Logan's time in Japan... that of the Murumasa, a blade forged using part of a soul, allowing the blade to cut at a molecular level, eliminating the ability for healing factor to kick in on it. The sword was given to Logan, was eventually worked into Daken's ...

    Orphans of X was another great volume of All-New Wolverine. The art was great. Artist Juann Cabal has a really clean but detailed art style that I enjoyed very much. I continue to love the story. I've always liked Laura Kinney in her various stories but Tom Taylor's version of ...

    This was by far the best of the volumes of this series, in my opinion. The arc makes a solid blending of character development and action, the storytelling/plotting smooth enough to blend the two right together so that their seamlessly integrated. This isn't done often in comics, norma...

  • Dakota Morgan
    Jun 18, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

    Another solid entry in a fantastic ongoing series. ...

    ** Before I begin, I should just like to preface this review with the following disclaimer: any reviews I have written are almost always going to be less than biased, due to the content being related to Laura Kinney (X-23). However, that being said, if the story is rubbish, and Laura i...

    (25) Daken, Laura's Brother (also a clone of Wolverine), is taken by the Orphans of X (an organization left orphans after the x-men/mutants murdered a mother, father...). Laura is on a mission to find and rescue him. She tracks the scent of a note left by Daken's captures, along with h...

    We begin with a legend from Logan's time in Japan... that of the Murumasa, a blade forged using part of a soul, allowing the blade to cut at a molecular level, eliminating the ability for healing factor to kick in on it. The sword was given to Logan, was eventually worked into Daken's ...

    Orphans of X was another great volume of All-New Wolverine. The art was great. Artist Juann Cabal has a really clean but detailed art style that I enjoyed very much. I continue to love the story. I've always liked Laura Kinney in her various stories but Tom Taylor's version of ...

    This was by far the best of the volumes of this series, in my opinion. The arc makes a solid blending of character development and action, the storytelling/plotting smooth enough to blend the two right together so that their seamlessly integrated. This isn't done often in comics, norma...

    Wow! That's how I'd describe the latest volume of All-New Wolverine. A group is targeting the clawed and deadly members of the x-Family and its up to Wolverine, along with Gabby and Daken to save the day. Its a fun action packed story and you might need to know a bit of Wolvie (the...

    Fun, gory, and an interesting take on the Weapon X program, even though it seems a bit odd for so many people to be able to have magical bullets, given it was just a single magical blade. Laura taking on the responsibility of hunting down the leaders of the program hopefully won?t be...

    Solid banter, solid art, solid action, so-so story. Basically par for the course of the the All-New Wolverine series. Daken gets kidnapped and has an arm brutally removed by the Orphans of X, a new band of anti-Wolverine fanatics. So, Laura and Gabby to the rescue! There's some tiny si...

  • Sam Quixote
    Mar 18, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

  • Chris Lemmerman
    Feb 11, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

  • Lukas Holmes
    Mar 08, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

    Another solid entry in a fantastic ongoing series. ...

    ** Before I begin, I should just like to preface this review with the following disclaimer: any reviews I have written are almost always going to be less than biased, due to the content being related to Laura Kinney (X-23). However, that being said, if the story is rubbish, and Laura i...

    (25) Daken, Laura's Brother (also a clone of Wolverine), is taken by the Orphans of X (an organization left orphans after the x-men/mutants murdered a mother, father...). Laura is on a mission to find and rescue him. She tracks the scent of a note left by Daken's captures, along with h...

    We begin with a legend from Logan's time in Japan... that of the Murumasa, a blade forged using part of a soul, allowing the blade to cut at a molecular level, eliminating the ability for healing factor to kick in on it. The sword was given to Logan, was eventually worked into Daken's ...

    Orphans of X was another great volume of All-New Wolverine. The art was great. Artist Juann Cabal has a really clean but detailed art style that I enjoyed very much. I continue to love the story. I've always liked Laura Kinney in her various stories but Tom Taylor's version of ...

    This was by far the best of the volumes of this series, in my opinion. The arc makes a solid blending of character development and action, the storytelling/plotting smooth enough to blend the two right together so that their seamlessly integrated. This isn't done often in comics, norma...

    Wow! That's how I'd describe the latest volume of All-New Wolverine. A group is targeting the clawed and deadly members of the x-Family and its up to Wolverine, along with Gabby and Daken to save the day. Its a fun action packed story and you might need to know a bit of Wolvie (the...

    Fun, gory, and an interesting take on the Weapon X program, even though it seems a bit odd for so many people to be able to have magical bullets, given it was just a single magical blade. Laura taking on the responsibility of hunting down the leaders of the program hopefully won?t be...

    Solid banter, solid art, solid action, so-so story. Basically par for the course of the the All-New Wolverine series. Daken gets kidnapped and has an arm brutally removed by the Orphans of X, a new band of anti-Wolverine fanatics. So, Laura and Gabby to the rescue! There's some tiny si...

    Tom Taylor is doing something very special with All-New Wolverine. From the beginning this series had an emotional depth that was often absent from Wolverine comics. While the original Wolverine wallowed in death, this series is about life. While old school Wolverine was often about re...

    Another Great story from the Lady Wolverine. This one had arms getting chopped off, magic swords, bullets that can kill the unkillable, and getting the band back together. I loved that I had just read X-23 vol. 1. There was so much back ground that from that, that was referenced in thi...

    (Read in single issues) This storyline hit every single emotional beat I am looking for from a Laura Kinney comic and had a lot of wolverine extended family characters showing up, so basically I loved it. Taylor balances the heavy emotional story and sometimes brutal events with a lot ...

    Gabby and Jonathan are the best Who would have thought that Wolverine needed a teenage sidekick and a pet wolverine. The Orphans of X are the victims of the weapon X program and they want Laura and every one like her to pay the price. Also Gabby gets the coolest name and I look forw...

    90/100. Cuando se unen un desarrollo de personajes bien escrito, una trama soberbia, un gran dibujo y unos personajes de los que estás enamorado, solo queda disfrutar. Me hubiera parecido un gran final para la saga de X-23 como Wolverine, pero todavía queda un tomito más que me v...

    having just read x force, Laura has come a long way and the growth from then to this is amazing. And into issue 30 she did/said things she never would have before. Shes rapidly become one of the best X Men. ...

    I wasn't expecting much from this one (I knew I'd like it, but not much else), but this volume was excellent. The villains had a legitimate cause, acted upon badly, and the resolution of the arc was an appropriate and noble one. ...

    I never would have guessed a Wolverine book could be this entertaining. Filled with new and interesting characters, nuanced discussion of violence and repercussions and a touching amount of family. Really good stuff. ...

  • Richard Rosenthal
    Mar 04, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

    Another solid entry in a fantastic ongoing series. ...

    ** Before I begin, I should just like to preface this review with the following disclaimer: any reviews I have written are almost always going to be less than biased, due to the content being related to Laura Kinney (X-23). However, that being said, if the story is rubbish, and Laura i...

    (25) Daken, Laura's Brother (also a clone of Wolverine), is taken by the Orphans of X (an organization left orphans after the x-men/mutants murdered a mother, father...). Laura is on a mission to find and rescue him. She tracks the scent of a note left by Daken's captures, along with h...

    We begin with a legend from Logan's time in Japan... that of the Murumasa, a blade forged using part of a soul, allowing the blade to cut at a molecular level, eliminating the ability for healing factor to kick in on it. The sword was given to Logan, was eventually worked into Daken's ...

    Orphans of X was another great volume of All-New Wolverine. The art was great. Artist Juann Cabal has a really clean but detailed art style that I enjoyed very much. I continue to love the story. I've always liked Laura Kinney in her various stories but Tom Taylor's version of ...

    This was by far the best of the volumes of this series, in my opinion. The arc makes a solid blending of character development and action, the storytelling/plotting smooth enough to blend the two right together so that their seamlessly integrated. This isn't done often in comics, norma...

    Wow! That's how I'd describe the latest volume of All-New Wolverine. A group is targeting the clawed and deadly members of the x-Family and its up to Wolverine, along with Gabby and Daken to save the day. Its a fun action packed story and you might need to know a bit of Wolvie (the...

    Fun, gory, and an interesting take on the Weapon X program, even though it seems a bit odd for so many people to be able to have magical bullets, given it was just a single magical blade. Laura taking on the responsibility of hunting down the leaders of the program hopefully won?t be...

    Solid banter, solid art, solid action, so-so story. Basically par for the course of the the All-New Wolverine series. Daken gets kidnapped and has an arm brutally removed by the Orphans of X, a new band of anti-Wolverine fanatics. So, Laura and Gabby to the rescue! There's some tiny si...

    Tom Taylor is doing something very special with All-New Wolverine. From the beginning this series had an emotional depth that was often absent from Wolverine comics. While the original Wolverine wallowed in death, this series is about life. While old school Wolverine was often about re...

    Another Great story from the Lady Wolverine. This one had arms getting chopped off, magic swords, bullets that can kill the unkillable, and getting the band back together. I loved that I had just read X-23 vol. 1. There was so much back ground that from that, that was referenced in thi...

    (Read in single issues) This storyline hit every single emotional beat I am looking for from a Laura Kinney comic and had a lot of wolverine extended family characters showing up, so basically I loved it. Taylor balances the heavy emotional story and sometimes brutal events with a lot ...

    Gabby and Jonathan are the best Who would have thought that Wolverine needed a teenage sidekick and a pet wolverine. The Orphans of X are the victims of the weapon X program and they want Laura and every one like her to pay the price. Also Gabby gets the coolest name and I look forw...

  • Jenna
    Mar 23, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

    Another solid entry in a fantastic ongoing series. ...

    ** Before I begin, I should just like to preface this review with the following disclaimer: any reviews I have written are almost always going to be less than biased, due to the content being related to Laura Kinney (X-23). However, that being said, if the story is rubbish, and Laura i...

    (25) Daken, Laura's Brother (also a clone of Wolverine), is taken by the Orphans of X (an organization left orphans after the x-men/mutants murdered a mother, father...). Laura is on a mission to find and rescue him. She tracks the scent of a note left by Daken's captures, along with h...

    We begin with a legend from Logan's time in Japan... that of the Murumasa, a blade forged using part of a soul, allowing the blade to cut at a molecular level, eliminating the ability for healing factor to kick in on it. The sword was given to Logan, was eventually worked into Daken's ...

    Orphans of X was another great volume of All-New Wolverine. The art was great. Artist Juann Cabal has a really clean but detailed art style that I enjoyed very much. I continue to love the story. I've always liked Laura Kinney in her various stories but Tom Taylor's version of ...

    This was by far the best of the volumes of this series, in my opinion. The arc makes a solid blending of character development and action, the storytelling/plotting smooth enough to blend the two right together so that their seamlessly integrated. This isn't done often in comics, norma...

    Wow! That's how I'd describe the latest volume of All-New Wolverine. A group is targeting the clawed and deadly members of the x-Family and its up to Wolverine, along with Gabby and Daken to save the day. Its a fun action packed story and you might need to know a bit of Wolvie (the...

    Fun, gory, and an interesting take on the Weapon X program, even though it seems a bit odd for so many people to be able to have magical bullets, given it was just a single magical blade. Laura taking on the responsibility of hunting down the leaders of the program hopefully won?t be...

  • Shannon Appelcline
    Mar 11, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

  • Drown Hollum
    May 10, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

  • Elena
    Jul 11, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

    Another solid entry in a fantastic ongoing series. ...

    ** Before I begin, I should just like to preface this review with the following disclaimer: any reviews I have written are almost always going to be less than biased, due to the content being related to Laura Kinney (X-23). However, that being said, if the story is rubbish, and Laura i...

    (25) Daken, Laura's Brother (also a clone of Wolverine), is taken by the Orphans of X (an organization left orphans after the x-men/mutants murdered a mother, father...). Laura is on a mission to find and rescue him. She tracks the scent of a note left by Daken's captures, along with h...

  • Timothy Shea
    Jul 10, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

    Another solid entry in a fantastic ongoing series. ...

    ** Before I begin, I should just like to preface this review with the following disclaimer: any reviews I have written are almost always going to be less than biased, due to the content being related to Laura Kinney (X-23). However, that being said, if the story is rubbish, and Laura i...

    (25) Daken, Laura's Brother (also a clone of Wolverine), is taken by the Orphans of X (an organization left orphans after the x-men/mutants murdered a mother, father...). Laura is on a mission to find and rescue him. She tracks the scent of a note left by Daken's captures, along with h...

    We begin with a legend from Logan's time in Japan... that of the Murumasa, a blade forged using part of a soul, allowing the blade to cut at a molecular level, eliminating the ability for healing factor to kick in on it. The sword was given to Logan, was eventually worked into Daken's ...

    Orphans of X was another great volume of All-New Wolverine. The art was great. Artist Juann Cabal has a really clean but detailed art style that I enjoyed very much. I continue to love the story. I've always liked Laura Kinney in her various stories but Tom Taylor's version of ...

  • Adam Fisher
    Apr 18, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

    Another solid entry in a fantastic ongoing series. ...

    ** Before I begin, I should just like to preface this review with the following disclaimer: any reviews I have written are almost always going to be less than biased, due to the content being related to Laura Kinney (X-23). However, that being said, if the story is rubbish, and Laura i...

    (25) Daken, Laura's Brother (also a clone of Wolverine), is taken by the Orphans of X (an organization left orphans after the x-men/mutants murdered a mother, father...). Laura is on a mission to find and rescue him. She tracks the scent of a note left by Daken's captures, along with h...

    We begin with a legend from Logan's time in Japan... that of the Murumasa, a blade forged using part of a soul, allowing the blade to cut at a molecular level, eliminating the ability for healing factor to kick in on it. The sword was given to Logan, was eventually worked into Daken's ...

  • Lisa
    Mar 14, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

    Another solid entry in a fantastic ongoing series. ...

    ** Before I begin, I should just like to preface this review with the following disclaimer: any reviews I have written are almost always going to be less than biased, due to the content being related to Laura Kinney (X-23). However, that being said, if the story is rubbish, and Laura i...

    (25) Daken, Laura's Brother (also a clone of Wolverine), is taken by the Orphans of X (an organization left orphans after the x-men/mutants murdered a mother, father...). Laura is on a mission to find and rescue him. She tracks the scent of a note left by Daken's captures, along with h...

    We begin with a legend from Logan's time in Japan... that of the Murumasa, a blade forged using part of a soul, allowing the blade to cut at a molecular level, eliminating the ability for healing factor to kick in on it. The sword was given to Logan, was eventually worked into Daken's ...

    Orphans of X was another great volume of All-New Wolverine. The art was great. Artist Juann Cabal has a really clean but detailed art style that I enjoyed very much. I continue to love the story. I've always liked Laura Kinney in her various stories but Tom Taylor's version of ...

    This was by far the best of the volumes of this series, in my opinion. The arc makes a solid blending of character development and action, the storytelling/plotting smooth enough to blend the two right together so that their seamlessly integrated. This isn't done often in comics, norma...

    Wow! That's how I'd describe the latest volume of All-New Wolverine. A group is targeting the clawed and deadly members of the x-Family and its up to Wolverine, along with Gabby and Daken to save the day. Its a fun action packed story and you might need to know a bit of Wolvie (the...

    Fun, gory, and an interesting take on the Weapon X program, even though it seems a bit odd for so many people to be able to have magical bullets, given it was just a single magical blade. Laura taking on the responsibility of hunting down the leaders of the program hopefully won?t be...

    Solid banter, solid art, solid action, so-so story. Basically par for the course of the the All-New Wolverine series. Daken gets kidnapped and has an arm brutally removed by the Orphans of X, a new band of anti-Wolverine fanatics. So, Laura and Gabby to the rescue! There's some tiny si...

    Tom Taylor is doing something very special with All-New Wolverine. From the beginning this series had an emotional depth that was often absent from Wolverine comics. While the original Wolverine wallowed in death, this series is about life. While old school Wolverine was often about re...

    Another Great story from the Lady Wolverine. This one had arms getting chopped off, magic swords, bullets that can kill the unkillable, and getting the band back together. I loved that I had just read X-23 vol. 1. There was so much back ground that from that, that was referenced in thi...

  • Thomas
    May 21, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

  • Luke Sims-Jenkins
    Feb 11, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

    Another solid entry in a fantastic ongoing series. ...

    ** Before I begin, I should just like to preface this review with the following disclaimer: any reviews I have written are almost always going to be less than biased, due to the content being related to Laura Kinney (X-23). However, that being said, if the story is rubbish, and Laura i...

    (25) Daken, Laura's Brother (also a clone of Wolverine), is taken by the Orphans of X (an organization left orphans after the x-men/mutants murdered a mother, father...). Laura is on a mission to find and rescue him. She tracks the scent of a note left by Daken's captures, along with h...

    We begin with a legend from Logan's time in Japan... that of the Murumasa, a blade forged using part of a soul, allowing the blade to cut at a molecular level, eliminating the ability for healing factor to kick in on it. The sword was given to Logan, was eventually worked into Daken's ...

    Orphans of X was another great volume of All-New Wolverine. The art was great. Artist Juann Cabal has a really clean but detailed art style that I enjoyed very much. I continue to love the story. I've always liked Laura Kinney in her various stories but Tom Taylor's version of ...

    This was by far the best of the volumes of this series, in my opinion. The arc makes a solid blending of character development and action, the storytelling/plotting smooth enough to blend the two right together so that their seamlessly integrated. This isn't done often in comics, norma...

    Wow! That's how I'd describe the latest volume of All-New Wolverine. A group is targeting the clawed and deadly members of the x-Family and its up to Wolverine, along with Gabby and Daken to save the day. Its a fun action packed story and you might need to know a bit of Wolvie (the...

  • Frédéric
    Jun 23, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

  • Chris
    Mar 22, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

  • Wing Kee
    Mar 02, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

  • Gareth Brown
    Feb 01, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

    Another solid entry in a fantastic ongoing series. ...

    ** Before I begin, I should just like to preface this review with the following disclaimer: any reviews I have written are almost always going to be less than biased, due to the content being related to Laura Kinney (X-23). However, that being said, if the story is rubbish, and Laura i...

    (25) Daken, Laura's Brother (also a clone of Wolverine), is taken by the Orphans of X (an organization left orphans after the x-men/mutants murdered a mother, father...). Laura is on a mission to find and rescue him. She tracks the scent of a note left by Daken's captures, along with h...

    We begin with a legend from Logan's time in Japan... that of the Murumasa, a blade forged using part of a soul, allowing the blade to cut at a molecular level, eliminating the ability for healing factor to kick in on it. The sword was given to Logan, was eventually worked into Daken's ...

    Orphans of X was another great volume of All-New Wolverine. The art was great. Artist Juann Cabal has a really clean but detailed art style that I enjoyed very much. I continue to love the story. I've always liked Laura Kinney in her various stories but Tom Taylor's version of ...

    This was by far the best of the volumes of this series, in my opinion. The arc makes a solid blending of character development and action, the storytelling/plotting smooth enough to blend the two right together so that their seamlessly integrated. This isn't done often in comics, norma...

    Wow! That's how I'd describe the latest volume of All-New Wolverine. A group is targeting the clawed and deadly members of the x-Family and its up to Wolverine, along with Gabby and Daken to save the day. Its a fun action packed story and you might need to know a bit of Wolvie (the...

    Fun, gory, and an interesting take on the Weapon X program, even though it seems a bit odd for so many people to be able to have magical bullets, given it was just a single magical blade. Laura taking on the responsibility of hunting down the leaders of the program hopefully won?t be...

    Solid banter, solid art, solid action, so-so story. Basically par for the course of the the All-New Wolverine series. Daken gets kidnapped and has an arm brutally removed by the Orphans of X, a new band of anti-Wolverine fanatics. So, Laura and Gabby to the rescue! There's some tiny si...

    Tom Taylor is doing something very special with All-New Wolverine. From the beginning this series had an emotional depth that was often absent from Wolverine comics. While the original Wolverine wallowed in death, this series is about life. While old school Wolverine was often about re...

    Another Great story from the Lady Wolverine. This one had arms getting chopped off, magic swords, bullets that can kill the unkillable, and getting the band back together. I loved that I had just read X-23 vol. 1. There was so much back ground that from that, that was referenced in thi...

    (Read in single issues) This storyline hit every single emotional beat I am looking for from a Laura Kinney comic and had a lot of wolverine extended family characters showing up, so basically I loved it. Taylor balances the heavy emotional story and sometimes brutal events with a lot ...

    Gabby and Jonathan are the best Who would have thought that Wolverine needed a teenage sidekick and a pet wolverine. The Orphans of X are the victims of the weapon X program and they want Laura and every one like her to pay the price. Also Gabby gets the coolest name and I look forw...

    90/100. Cuando se unen un desarrollo de personajes bien escrito, una trama soberbia, un gran dibujo y unos personajes de los que estás enamorado, solo queda disfrutar. Me hubiera parecido un gran final para la saga de X-23 como Wolverine, pero todavía queda un tomito más que me v...

    having just read x force, Laura has come a long way and the growth from then to this is amazing. And into issue 30 she did/said things she never would have before. Shes rapidly become one of the best X Men. ...

  • Diz
    Mar 31, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

  • Dominick
    Mar 07, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

    Another solid entry in a fantastic ongoing series. ...

    ** Before I begin, I should just like to preface this review with the following disclaimer: any reviews I have written are almost always going to be less than biased, due to the content being related to Laura Kinney (X-23). However, that being said, if the story is rubbish, and Laura i...

  • Roy
    Feb 25, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

  • AGamarra
    Jan 31, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

  • Adam Spanos
    Mar 16, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

  • José
    Jul 05, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

    Another solid entry in a fantastic ongoing series. ...

    ** Before I begin, I should just like to preface this review with the following disclaimer: any reviews I have written are almost always going to be less than biased, due to the content being related to Laura Kinney (X-23). However, that being said, if the story is rubbish, and Laura i...

    (25) Daken, Laura's Brother (also a clone of Wolverine), is taken by the Orphans of X (an organization left orphans after the x-men/mutants murdered a mother, father...). Laura is on a mission to find and rescue him. She tracks the scent of a note left by Daken's captures, along with h...

    We begin with a legend from Logan's time in Japan... that of the Murumasa, a blade forged using part of a soul, allowing the blade to cut at a molecular level, eliminating the ability for healing factor to kick in on it. The sword was given to Logan, was eventually worked into Daken's ...

    Orphans of X was another great volume of All-New Wolverine. The art was great. Artist Juann Cabal has a really clean but detailed art style that I enjoyed very much. I continue to love the story. I've always liked Laura Kinney in her various stories but Tom Taylor's version of ...

    This was by far the best of the volumes of this series, in my opinion. The arc makes a solid blending of character development and action, the storytelling/plotting smooth enough to blend the two right together so that their seamlessly integrated. This isn't done often in comics, norma...

    Wow! That's how I'd describe the latest volume of All-New Wolverine. A group is targeting the clawed and deadly members of the x-Family and its up to Wolverine, along with Gabby and Daken to save the day. Its a fun action packed story and you might need to know a bit of Wolvie (the...

    Fun, gory, and an interesting take on the Weapon X program, even though it seems a bit odd for so many people to be able to have magical bullets, given it was just a single magical blade. Laura taking on the responsibility of hunting down the leaders of the program hopefully won?t be...

    Solid banter, solid art, solid action, so-so story. Basically par for the course of the the All-New Wolverine series. Daken gets kidnapped and has an arm brutally removed by the Orphans of X, a new band of anti-Wolverine fanatics. So, Laura and Gabby to the rescue! There's some tiny si...

    Tom Taylor is doing something very special with All-New Wolverine. From the beginning this series had an emotional depth that was often absent from Wolverine comics. While the original Wolverine wallowed in death, this series is about life. While old school Wolverine was often about re...

    Another Great story from the Lady Wolverine. This one had arms getting chopped off, magic swords, bullets that can kill the unkillable, and getting the band back together. I loved that I had just read X-23 vol. 1. There was so much back ground that from that, that was referenced in thi...

    (Read in single issues) This storyline hit every single emotional beat I am looking for from a Laura Kinney comic and had a lot of wolverine extended family characters showing up, so basically I loved it. Taylor balances the heavy emotional story and sometimes brutal events with a lot ...

    Gabby and Jonathan are the best Who would have thought that Wolverine needed a teenage sidekick and a pet wolverine. The Orphans of X are the victims of the weapon X program and they want Laura and every one like her to pay the price. Also Gabby gets the coolest name and I look forw...

    90/100. Cuando se unen un desarrollo de personajes bien escrito, una trama soberbia, un gran dibujo y unos personajes de los que estás enamorado, solo queda disfrutar. Me hubiera parecido un gran final para la saga de X-23 como Wolverine, pero todavía queda un tomito más que me v...

  • Matthew Lagerloef
    Mar 02, 2018

    Lost a loved one to a Wolverine? Join the Orphans of X! The aim? To hunt down and kill all Wolverines using material gleaned from the magical Muramasa blade, that neutralises the Wolverines? healing factors. So does they do it - nuh buh muh huh guh? Sorry, my brain shut down at t...

    Hot damn! All-New Wolverine is one of the most consistent series i've ever read. Five volumes in and Tom Taylor shows no signs of slowing down, writing possibly his best arc yet. Combine that with the strongest artwork since Vol. 1 and Orphans of X is a must-read. I'm a fan of digit...

    A bit heavy handed in the message but it has all the feels. World: The art is great, I like how expressive the people are, even if they do have dead eyes and wax expressions sometimes...I'm wondering if it's the colors or the art itself. I will say this, I don't like the new colors ...

    Brand new storyline in a way. Kinda feels like the volumes before only have a small link. Huge improvement from Vol 4. This seems like a cool story development, so cool background info from Japan, and some new characters arrive. Will be cool to see where this one goes. ...

    [Read as single issues] Have you been affected by a Weapon X creation, or derivative thereof? Lost a family member, a limb, your livelihood? Then maybe you should join the Orphans Of X. This new organization have Laura and Gabby firmly in their sights in this next family-driven st...

    People who had a close one killed by any one of our clawed mutants have regrouped in an organisation aiming to wipe out those responsible once and for all. After kidnapping Daken they're out to get some bits of the Murumasa blade (which negates any healing factor). Chalk another 4* ...

    This is an improvement over the last volume. There's some great bonding between Laura and her brother Daken. However, there is some stuff set in Japan that seems to be drawn by someone who didn't do a lot of research on it. The armor that is made for Laura looks more Balinese than Japa...

    Un grupo de humanos que se hacen llamar los"Huérfanos de X" han logrado reunirse tras años de investigaciones y desarrollo de proyectos mortíferos para vengarse de los que en algún momento mataron a algunos de sus familiares, los asesinos fueron Laura, Daken, Wolverine entre otros....

    Wowee! I've really loved Tom Taylor's Wolverine, and this volume is a great example of the run at peak form. Juann Cabal lends a McKelvie-esque hand to pencil the whole damn thing with patience and consistency, and that makes all the difference in the world. Taylor crafts a Wolverine s...

    (read as single issues) I just love Laura and Gabby (aka HONEY BADGER) just so much and I like this storyline more than I thought I would (going to Japan and crafting ~mystical soul armor~ is like, not my favorite flavor of Wolverine adventure in general) but I do appreciate the rec...

    Read as single issues. Wow. Just wow. I have loved Laura's journey as the Wolverine, but this story was phenomenal. I can't say too much without spoiling it, but a lot of stops get pulled out as things escalate in the fight against the Orphans of X. I loved the nods to Logan's time ...

    Taylor's X-23 comic continues to be great. As usual, much of the joy is in the characters. Laura and Gabby (and Jonathan!) continue to be lots of fun, and the introduction of Daken to this volume only improves on that dynamic. The interactions between him and Laura as true family me...

    This collection houses All-New Wolverine #25 through #30 focusing on a story about a mystical blade that can harm any of the mutants who have healing factors. This draws Daken, Wolverine, and her clone little sister together in a familiar way that adds meaning to the madness. A good...

    Another solid entry in a fantastic ongoing series. ...

    ** Before I begin, I should just like to preface this review with the following disclaimer: any reviews I have written are almost always going to be less than biased, due to the content being related to Laura Kinney (X-23). However, that being said, if the story is rubbish, and Laura i...

    (25) Daken, Laura's Brother (also a clone of Wolverine), is taken by the Orphans of X (an organization left orphans after the x-men/mutants murdered a mother, father...). Laura is on a mission to find and rescue him. She tracks the scent of a note left by Daken's captures, along with h...

    We begin with a legend from Logan's time in Japan... that of the Murumasa, a blade forged using part of a soul, allowing the blade to cut at a molecular level, eliminating the ability for healing factor to kick in on it. The sword was given to Logan, was eventually worked into Daken's ...

    Orphans of X was another great volume of All-New Wolverine. The art was great. Artist Juann Cabal has a really clean but detailed art style that I enjoyed very much. I continue to love the story. I've always liked Laura Kinney in her various stories but Tom Taylor's version of ...

    This was by far the best of the volumes of this series, in my opinion. The arc makes a solid blending of character development and action, the storytelling/plotting smooth enough to blend the two right together so that their seamlessly integrated. This isn't done often in comics, norma...

    Wow! That's how I'd describe the latest volume of All-New Wolverine. A group is targeting the clawed and deadly members of the x-Family and its up to Wolverine, along with Gabby and Daken to save the day. Its a fun action packed story and you might need to know a bit of Wolvie (the...

    Fun, gory, and an interesting take on the Weapon X program, even though it seems a bit odd for so many people to be able to have magical bullets, given it was just a single magical blade. Laura taking on the responsibility of hunting down the leaders of the program hopefully won?t be...

    Solid banter, solid art, solid action, so-so story. Basically par for the course of the the All-New Wolverine series. Daken gets kidnapped and has an arm brutally removed by the Orphans of X, a new band of anti-Wolverine fanatics. So, Laura and Gabby to the rescue! There's some tiny si...

    Tom Taylor is doing something very special with All-New Wolverine. From the beginning this series had an emotional depth that was often absent from Wolverine comics. While the original Wolverine wallowed in death, this series is about life. While old school Wolverine was often about re...

    Another Great story from the Lady Wolverine. This one had arms getting chopped off, magic swords, bullets that can kill the unkillable, and getting the band back together. I loved that I had just read X-23 vol. 1. There was so much back ground that from that, that was referenced in thi...

    (Read in single issues) This storyline hit every single emotional beat I am looking for from a Laura Kinney comic and had a lot of wolverine extended family characters showing up, so basically I loved it. Taylor balances the heavy emotional story and sometimes brutal events with a lot ...

    Gabby and Jonathan are the best Who would have thought that Wolverine needed a teenage sidekick and a pet wolverine. The Orphans of X are the victims of the weapon X program and they want Laura and every one like her to pay the price. Also Gabby gets the coolest name and I look forw...

    90/100. Cuando se unen un desarrollo de personajes bien escrito, una trama soberbia, un gran dibujo y unos personajes de los que estás enamorado, solo queda disfrutar. Me hubiera parecido un gran final para la saga de X-23 como Wolverine, pero todavía queda un tomito más que me v...

    having just read x force, Laura has come a long way and the growth from then to this is amazing. And into issue 30 she did/said things she never would have before. Shes rapidly become one of the best X Men. ...

    I wasn't expecting much from this one (I knew I'd like it, but not much else), but this volume was excellent. The villains had a legitimate cause, acted upon badly, and the resolution of the arc was an appropriate and noble one. ...