This Zeb Wells and Joe Madureira run on Savage Wolverine has been fantastic. It's brutal, intense, and ridiculous. For all the savagery and violence packed into these pages, there's a healthy dose of humor and fun. It's an odd mixture, for sure, but this creative team pulls it off. Savage Wolverine #8 is a great end to an all too brief arc and it's a comic that you should definitely check out. Here's hoping these guys come back for some more epic Wolverine action, because these issues were awesome.
Wells focuses heavily on Wolverine's past and how it affects his future in this issue. You might not buy Wolverine's actions at the end, but it still makes for a fun, compelling read. The star of the show here is action and Wells finds ways to keep that stuff front and center. It's violent and dark, maybe a little too much at times. If you came to see a savage Wolverine, fear not, because the dude gets savage. Really savage.
Look, the reason I slapped my hard earned dollars down on the (metaphorical) counter for these issues was Joe freaking Madureira. Without a doubt, Savage Wolverine has been some of his best work ever. It's stunning. This issue is the weakest of the three, relying heavily on silhouettes and smokey environments, but it still looks amazing. Not as amazing as the two issues that came before, but amazing nonetheless. The panel where Wolverine finally loses it and gives into his animal side alone is worth the price of admission. Madureira delivers the goods in Savage Wolverine and I, for one, couldn't be happier.
Source : ign[dot]com