Jeph Loeb's hyped return to Marvel has been pretty disappointing. Case in point, his arc on Wolverine. Wolverine: Evolution finds Marvel's most popular mutant going toe to toe with who else? His old foe Sabretooth that's who. While any other time the combination of Loeb, Wolverine, and a bloody battle with Sabretooth sounds like a win-win situation for all, Evolution ends up being, well, pretty boring. Once we get to the main event, Evolution becomes a predictable and pretty underwhelming Wolvie VS Sabretooth story that goes nowhere. Not to mention that the dialogue is lame, and the plot itself is so far beneath nearly anything that Loeb has crafted for Marvel before that you'll be wondering just what went wrong here. The bright spot of Wovlerine: Evolution is the excellent artwork from newcomer Simone Bianchi, who is destined to be one of the next, big name artists in comics today. I'd go so far as to recommend Wolverine: Evolution just to check out Bianchi's art, which you definitely should. Other than that though, Wolverine: Evolution is worth a look for Wolvie and/or Loeb fans, but all others are better off leaving this on the shelf.