The concluding part of a trilogy of loosely interconnected Wolverine mini-series, this collection starts slowly, building up to a crescendo of a finish.
The characters are all well drawn and depicted, and have a real emotional depth somewhat lacking in other Marvel characters, like Hulk or Punisher.
This tale brings in Sabretooth as a kick-ass henchman, and a new Weapon X specimen nicknamed Native. Eventually, Wolvie and Sabretooth have to go head to head to get to her first, one to save her, the other to capture her.
There are some excellent narrative turns in this storyline, and the relationship between Native and Wolvie is beautiful. So much so, that it gives the tragic ending such a heart pull. When will something nice ever happen to Wolvie!??
But a detailed story hasn't stopped there being some excellent action scenes - particularly one section where Wolvie faces off against some helicopters, and another where he, literally, drives over Sabretooth.
I couldn't put it down, and stayed up well past my bed time to finish it. I was tired the next day I went to work, but I defy you not to do the same. Essential