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5.0 out of 5 stars Christopher Golden is the best
Codename: Wolverine is the best Marvel book I have ever read. I am a wolverine fan and love learning about his past. This is one of Golden's best work and I recommend it to any marvel fan.
Published on 20 July 1999

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1.0 out of 5 stars Mr. Golden has run out of ideas.
I was very disapointed by this novel. It's not an X-Men story at all, it focuses solely on Wolverine and that's it. The Black Widow, Maverick, Banshee, Mystique, and Sabretooth all play unimportant roles in the story with various flashback sequences that are poorly placed together making it difficult to follow the continunity,which is already tough to keep up with...
Published on 3 Jan 1999


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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Christopher Golden is the best, 20 July 1999
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Codename: Wolverine is the best Marvel book I have ever read. I am a wolverine fan and love learning about his past. This is one of Golden's best work and I recommend it to any marvel fan.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The best of all the marvel adult novels-OUTSTANDING!!, 30 Jun 1999
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This was without a doubt the best of the marvel books.Non-stop action. Codename: Wolverine had all of the classic spy behind enemy lines, edge of your seat, nail biting, what is going to happen next type story. You can not lose with this one!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wolverine: YEAH, 29 Mar 1999
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I really loved this book. I'm a recent X-Men fan, and Wolverine is my favorite X-Man. I loved learning about Wolverine's past with Team X, and how each of the characters, past and present, affected his life, and the man he is now. The way Chris Golden went from then and now was well done. I recommend this book to every X-Fan.
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4.0 out of 5 stars It lost a star for false advertising, 1 Feb 1999
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This is not an X-men book. It is a Wolverine book. If that's what you're looking for then here it is. This book goes into a lot of detail about past and present dealings between Wolverine and Sabertooth, Banshee, Black Widow, Mystique, and more. It is a very good book, just don't expect the rest of the X-men to be in it.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Mr. Golden has run out of ideas., 3 Jan 1999
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I was very disapointed by this novel. It's not an X-Men story at all, it focuses solely on Wolverine and that's it. The Black Widow, Maverick, Banshee, Mystique, and Sabretooth all play unimportant roles in the story with various flashback sequences that are poorly placed together making it difficult to follow the continunity,which is already tough to keep up with as is. Mr. Golden should not do anymore X-Men novels.
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