Vaughan & Chiang's "Paper Girls" Builds a Familiar Yet Disconcerting World
Remember when shooting Wolverine would, you know, slow him down?
I’d bring Wolverine back to his older power levels, where he’d have to be a lot more creative with his attacks than just simply waltz in and get shot to pieces with it having little effect upon him.
I THOUGHT that was the point of Marc Guggenheim’s last (really weird) run on Wolverine, but in Jason Aaron’s (otherwise quite good, so far) run on Wolverine, he’s right back to shrugging off bullets like it’s nothing.
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