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Wolverine Volume 2: Coyote Crossing TPB: Coyote Crossing v. 2 (Wolverine (Mass)) [Paperback]

Greg Rucka , Leandro Fernandez

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Little is known of his past, save that it was fraught with pain and loss. Long ago, he trained as a Samurai in Japan; later he became Weapon X, an operative for the Canadian government. Today, Logan is an X-Man, using his animal-keen senses, healing factor and razor sharp claws to help protect a world that fears and hates mutants!

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4.0 out of 5 stars the price of life 25 Jun 2005
By Madelyn Pryor - Published on
Wolverine has long struggled with who he is, the story told here is no exception. Still struggling with whether he's more animal or man, Logan finds himself in Texas, and stumbles across the horror of human smuggling when 19 people are killed during a smuggling operation gone bad. Determined to make someone pay, Logan beings an investigation to find who the people are that are responsible for this horror and it leads him to a very interesting place.

In the mean time, ATF agent Cassie Lathrop is conducting an investigation of her own, to find Logan, though she can't really decide why she needs to find him. Is it to see if her attraction to him is returned, or to find out what he really is?

The script by Rucka is solid and the art by Fernandez is better than most other art out there, though I prefer Derek Robertson on this title. The reason I decided on 4 stars and not 5 is that this story doesn't really advance Logan's character or show anything new. It's a little too much like Brotherhood, the pervious graphic for my taste.

Still, this is a solid, well crafted book and I recommend it.

This book collects Wolverine vol. 3 #7-11
5.0 out of 5 stars LOve wolverine.... Will he avenge Lucy? 8 Dec 2009
By 4fabfelines - Published on
This is a continuation of the story in The brotherhood.
Logan finds out who is financing the Brotherhood to steal women and make them into sex slaves. The journey takes him to Mexico, where he meets up with some old friends.
Meanwhile Cassie Lathrop federal agent has made it her mission to find Logan, not for justice purposes she is very interested in him for her own means.
Eventually she finds him, and he has a surprise. The Boss over the operation is a woman, and she is pregnant and goes into labor while Logan is there... he trys to get her help but she refuses and dies.
He takes the baby to the bar where his friends are and Cassie is there. She finds out such a compassion in the dark hairy man, and wonders what makes him tick.
Meanwhile, Logan trys to find the family of the baby. He ends up finding them and they are nothing like the evil sister. They come to Mexico and adopt the child, and Logan is free to go.
Lucy avenged, Brotherhood shut down, child placed with parents and Logan alone again.
Logan gets a invitation from Agent Lathrop to visit.
The Series ends with him showing up at agent Lathrops' Door and the rest is history/imagination.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Alright but doesn't develop a lot. 31 Aug 2004
By Mark McLaughlin - Published on
While this is an average wolverine story it doesn't add to much to his character besides developing his relationship with the agent. Good artwork really helps this one out but doesn't help with the lack of forward momentum.
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