Wolverine #6 Open Thread: Wolverine vs. the X-Men

Wolverine (2010) #6 coverWolverine #6 (preview)
Writer: Jason Aaron
Artist: Daniel Acuna

From Marvel: “Once again, a mindless Wolverine is raging out control, a danger to everyone around him. But this time Cyclops is ready. He’s always feared this day would come again, and he’s ready and willing to do whatever it takes to end Wolverine’s rampage once and for all. He’s even brought along a few friends to help him: Magneto and Namor. Don’t miss Part One of the action-packed new arc, ‘Wolverine vs. The X-Men.'”

On sale February 16, 2011.

This issue is exactly what I love about Jason Aaron.

No one kicks off a storyline better.

Case in point — the first five pages of “Wolverine vs. the X-Men”.

Read the preview to see what I’m talking about.

Wow.

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Dustin
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Agreed. I came on here, clicked the preview in the last post, and instantly left the house and got it. I couldn’t wait. I really hope it stays this exciting. He’s taking on the X-men not to mention actual demons in his soul so there’s plenty of room for great dialogue and plot if he doesn’t mess it up. And seriously, how badass have these covers been? This Magneto shot in particular is so cool.

Gabriel Zero
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Damn. That preview was amazing.

The art is beautiful.

JmH Reborn
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I must be getting old, because this issue was pretty good I guess, but I don’t like Acuna’s art, and it is hard getting geared up for these “Wolvy goes mad” stories that always creeps up. Are writers genuinely out of innovative ideas that cliche stories like this ALWAYS crops up? I mean we JUST had to sit through a Vampy Wolverine, and it looks like we may have to sit through a Lizard Wolverine, and then the past 6 months a possessed Wolverine. I give the benefit of the doubt to Aaron, but the Hell arc was pretty lame… Read more »
Gabriel Zero
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I posted before and I’m not sure if it went through. >=( Just in case it didn’t I’ll summarize what the post said. I feel the blame should be placed on Marvel and not the writer Jason Aaron. It is my opinion that there are too many Marvel books with Wolverine in it. We are seeing too many adventures with Wolverine playing a major role. In my eyes this leads to a desensitization of how we feel regarding how we value the stories. What could be a good story seen from a fresh perspective, is now watered down by the… Read more »
Dustin
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I agree with Gabriel. You can only be featured in so many stories simultaniously before plots start getting rehashed and diluted, from not only overexposure but the god awful amount of continuity that the writer has to attempt to remain within.. all while marvel editors are completely encouraging you to not only do that but tie it in with novelty things that are popular (I refused to buy any of the x-vampire books. barf.) And in Jason’s defense, there’s probably only so much he’s allowed to do of what he wants, compared to all the pressure and influence he gets… Read more »
JmH Reborn
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@Dustin,

I think its safe to say, judging how Aaron just materialized hell and Wolverine’s inner battle into something tangible, that he pretty much can do whatever the hell he wants (pun not intended)

Gabriel Zero
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Well, I’m pretty sure Jason Aaron can’t stop Marvel from pushing books out that contradict his work. Case in point the Wolverine 1000# issue that contained a mini story , with Logan saying he doesn’t have a girlfriend. I’m sure this is a minor complaint on the broad spectrum of things that are wrong with comic books, but I still feel that it shouldn’t be allowed to happen. In my eyes this is just one of many nitpicks that leads toward fans caring less in regards to plot development. To sum up my feelings, I think the problem is with… Read more »
Dustin
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Yeah and I agree that the Hell arc was totally Aaron’s monster, he did write it, but the inherent problem to me is still the overexposure. If I’m Jason Aaron and I’m sitting at my computer having been given the job of Wolvie’s new book, and Dan Way just killed damn near every current enemy he has and Wolvie has apparently discovered every past secret, saved the mutant messiah, went after apocalypse, kang the conquerer and whatever else he does in the avengers, (at the time) IS a vampire, all this happening currently or recently, and your job is to… Read more »
JmH Reborn
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I agree overexposure is a problem, but not too much. I mean, Aaron writes the main title, so any somewhat acute person knows that the real Wolverine stories happen there, so throwaway titles like Wolverine 1000 are meant to be read with a grain of salt. We have no idea when they take place, they just give other writers a platform. Remember, Aaron was given a platform back in Wolverine #175, which if you read it, is a springboard for his Wolverine Goes to Hell story. Either way, I know which is the real Wolvy story, and I can bypass… Read more »
Gabriel Zero
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I really enjoyed your post and the energy that you put into it.. It is nice to read a hopeful and positive post on this site, it’s been a long time since I’ve read a comic book comment that wasn’t full of negativity. I suppose that I have got used to being jaded. You obviously have a strong passion for Wolverine’s character, which is something all of us can relate toward. While I don’t necessary agree with everything that you posted, I can say that I am looking at the situation in a more positive light. Despite our minor differences,… Read more »