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Wolverine TPB (Marvel's Finest)
Wolverine TPB (Marvel's Finest)
by Chris Claremont
Edition: Paperback

11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Buy this book, bub !, 12 Jun. 2001
I've been an X-Men (and especially a Wolverine) fan since the late 80's. Unfortunately, I was never able to find the now classic "Wolverine" mini-series. Not until this book came along. This is really the first comic where the authors explore the human side of the man called Logan. Always considered an animal which thinks with his claws instead of his head, now we see the popular X-man beaten in battle, have his heart broken - only to come back triumphant. This book is a must for all Wolverine fans but I recommend it to those who want to find out what makes this little Canadian tick.


Spiderman Vs Doctor Octopus (Marvel Comics)
Spiderman Vs Doctor Octopus (Marvel Comics)
by Stan Lee
Edition: Paperback

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Before the symbiotes, there was a doctor, 7 Jun. 2001
Before Venom, before Carnage...there was Dr. Octopus. One of Spiderman's most dangerous and interesting villains. This book is from the "Marvel House of Ideas" series which reprints the Spiderman's first clash with the good doctor as well as many other battles including Spiderman's first contact with the PUNISHER. A must for all Spiderman fans. For those seeking the new, computer generated artwork which is making Marvel famous in the 90's and beyond, this book may disappoint them. But fear not, these classic stories are the real reason why you should have this book.


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