All-New Wolverine, Volume 1: The Four Sisters

All New Wolverine Volume The Four Sisters She s the best there is X was created to be a weapon for a time that s all she was But with the help of her mentor Logan the original Wolverine she escaped that dark past Now the man she knew ha

  • Title: All-New Wolverine, Volume 1: The Four Sisters
  • Author: TomTaylor David López David Navarrot Bengal Marcio Takara Ig Guara Nik Virella
  • ISBN: 9780785196525
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • She s the best there is X 23 was created to be a weapon for a time, that s all she was But with the help of her mentor, Logan the original Wolverine she escaped that dark past Now, the man she knew has fallen, but Laura will honor his memory as the All New Wolverine But with the famous cowl comes a world of misery and mystery like the devastating secret of theShe s the best there is X 23 was created to be a weapon for a time, that s all she was But with the help of her mentor, Logan the original Wolverine she escaped that dark past Now, the man she knew has fallen, but Laura will honor his memory as the All New Wolverine But with the famous cowl comes a world of misery and mystery like the devastating secret of the Sisters Uncovering it will involve new friends Doctor Strange and the Wasp, and lethal new enemies like the Taskmaster But after recent events, Laura is growing used to doing everything in her power to save those around her from forces hell bent on destruction If anyone can stop them, it s Laura After all, it s what Wolverine does Collecting All New Wolverine 1 6

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    • Anne says:

      Having a new/different character take up the mantle or replace an original character is one of my pet peeves in comic books. It's right up there with EVENT mania. Worse? When they stick a female into a popular male's role, and expect me to get excited because I have a vagina. Fuck you and stop pandering, please. (view spoiler)[ I'm not suggesting it's in any way a bad idea to have more strong female characters get their own titles. Yes, please! I'd like some more of that!What I dislike is the gi [...]

    • Sean Gibson says:

      The Benettonization of the Marvel U continues, with white guy heroes being replaced by a much more diverse cast of characters taking up their mantles—in this case, with Laura Kinney (not to be confused with Laura Linney, who, I’m given to understand, is an entirely different person), aka X-23, becoming the new Wolverine in the wake of Logan’s death. Whether it would be better to simply create strong, original diverse characters is a matter for debate (I can see the case on both sides: on t [...]

    • Jan Philipzig says:

      Meet Laura Kinney, the All-New Wolverine!Sweet! I have no clue what the X-Men are up to these days (didn’t even know the old Wolverine was dead, RIP…), but my first encounter with X-23 aka Laura Kinney aka the All-New Wolverine has been a pleasant surprise.Centered on corporate clones trying to take down their evil masters, the plot is rather heavy on action and a bit on the generic side. It’s also more relevant today than ever before, though, looking at our own corporate masters' increasi [...]

    • Paul says:

      I was not expecting to love this book as much as I did. I've always quite liked Laura but wouldn't have picked her out as a particular favourite before now. Over the course of this book, however, I have totally fallen in love with her and she now stands proudly alongside Sam Alexander, Miles Morales and Kamala Khan as my 'new school' homies. (I'm old and embarrassing. Deal with it.)While there was nothing groundbreaking in this book, reading it gave me the same feeling I used to when I read supe [...]

    • Sam Quixote says:

      Wolverine’s currently “dead” as a piece of modern art and apparently someone in the Marvel universe needs there to be a Wolverine so who better to step into the iconic yellow outfit than his female clone/daughter Laura Kinney aka X-23? But that’s the thing with clones - you make one, you can make more, and Laura discovers the shady Alchemax group has been doing just that with her DNA. Laura’s got some sisters and of course some villains want them dead - time to snikt, Wolverines!The la [...]

    • Will M. says:

      Being a huge Wolverine fan I was expecting to hate this graphic novel. I know how Marvel is trying to empower feminism by blurting out important female characters and Wolverine X-23 is just one of them. X-23 can never replace Logan, but she's not a bad character at all. Needs a ton of development, but this is the first graphic novel I've read about her so there is room for improvement.This graphic novel focuses on the four sisters who are clones of Wolverine. They escaped the lab and are still e [...]

    • Terence says:

      Laura Kinney X-23 was cloned from Wolverine in order to make the perfect army of killers. With Logan's help she escaped that life. After Logan's death, Laura has decided to take on his mantle as Wolverine.Something devious is happening now. Laura learns that a science team has cloned her in hopes to fulfill the dream of an invincible army.The sisters, as they are referred to, have escaped a facility and the head of the facility wants them back.Four Sisters was a good but unspectacular first arc [...]

    • Michelle Morrell says:

      After watching "Logan," I quickly went in search of all I could find on X-23, Wolverine's (view spoiler)[female clone (hide spoiler)]. This is the first that came from the library, so I jumped in head first to story I had no idea existed until the movie.This is one well written book. Clever and witty, I actually laughed out loud at one point. And plenty of pathos, as any good graphic novel will have. Plenty of crossover cameos and in jokes, too.Engaging characters and a truly fresh spin on the W [...]

    • Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) says:

      I am torn in that I miss Logan as Wolverine, but at the same time, I love X-23, or Lara Kinney. this was a great introduction to her taking up the mantle of Wolverine. This story was practically non-stop action, and the storyline was well-written with some good surprises. The cameos of others from the Marvel Universe fit the story instead of it being like some kind of advertisement to read other Marvel titles.X-23 kicks some serious butt, she's enormously lethal, but she respects life. She doesn [...]

    • Sesana says:

      I enjoyed the crap out of this. I've become very fond of Laura, and I'm very happy to see her taking up the Wolverine mantle. Yes, the storyline is yet another variation of the human experiments angle, but it really doesn't surprise me to see one more secret human experiment running in Marvel's universe. And it works as a story for Laura. Some good guest stars. Angel is a given, since he's dating Laura, and they're weirdly cute together. The Doctor Strange guest bit is really good, and Wasp actu [...]

    • Chris says:

      Damn, it's been way too long since i've read a Tom Taylor comic. Although, if I caught up on everything he's ever written, I think i'd still enjoy All-New Wolverine afterwards. The Four Sisters is an excellent start to the series and perhaps more importantly, one that's left me eager for more.Much of that is due to Taylor, who has a real knack for writing stories that feel fun and light-hearted, without sacrificing any intensity or drama. The Four Sisters is no different, immediately propelling [...]

    • Roy says:

      Tom Taylor has created an entire new direction for Wolverine and it was amazing. Great action, plotting was spot on. His characterisation wad probably his strongest skill. Colours and artwork were great. Ends on a little cliffhanger begging for more.

    • James DeSantis says:

      I'd put it between a 3.5 and a 3. It has some elements I very much enjoyed, some cliche moments, and some dull moments. SO the Death of Wolverine is a big old pile of dog shit. One of the worst stories I ever read. Had no interest in reading anything past it. But then I saw my dude Tom Taylor write it, and I had to least try it out. I'm glad I did. So X-23 is now the new Wolverine. She's out there doing what she does back, slashing bitches who need some cutting, except she doesn't go too berserk [...]

    • Adam Spanos says:

      I like the character well enough, but the book falls a little short. It's starts out very exciting as Laura tries to figure out the secret behind the four sisters. But after awhile the plot just jumps around too much. And they bring in different characters for tiny cameos, including The Wasp as they do a hack plot line involving shrinking and entering someones bloodstream to fight robots, who are making the character sick. As I said I like the character but sometimes wish she had the depth of th [...]

    • David says:

      I'm an old-time Wolverine fan. From when he first appeared and joined the X-men. Loved him back then. Then came the over-exposure. The endless over-exposure. Now we have his "daughter" of sorts. A clone. I didn't want to buy this book. The rating at Comic Book Round Up decided it for me. I should have known better: It's a David Lopez. Duh. Of course I'm going to love it. And I do. It looks marvelous. He really needs to draw Dr. Strange. It's a well paced story, well told. Highly recommended.

    • Travis Duke says:

      I have to first say I like X-23 and I like that she has taken over the mantle of wolverine. granted Old-man logan is lurking but it's a fun re-boot even if she has already been around for a while. The story in the book is pretty good although wolverine clones is definitely not new. I like the cameos with Taskmaster, Doctor strange, and the wasp. The art is standard new marvel nothing cutting edge but it is crisp and colorful.

    • Yerasly says:

      I did not think I'd enjoy this this much!

    • Gianfranco Mancini says:

      I hated a lot "Death of Wolverine" storyline, "Wolverines" sucked much more, so what a surprise reading this all new Wolverine first arc as individual issues.I really enjoyed the ride. Laura is just a perfect badass Wolverine and I really love all of her "sisters".Can't wait for reading more about them.(view spoiler)[X-Force times flashback was impressive!Poor Taskmaster! Ouch! (hide spoiler)]["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br [...]

    • Robert says:

      I really enjoyed this compilation, probably one of the best Wolverine comics I've read in years truth be toldd when they introduced the clone-based plotline I couldn't help but have a fever dream of Orphan Black's amazing Tatiana Maslany as Laura and her Sisters in a film or series someday!

    • Wylan says:

      I'm a huge "X-23" fan, so I was extremely nervous about this series. Laura taking over the Wolverine title is very exciting and a natural path for her character, but I'm skeptical when someone is writing her who isn't either Craig Kyle or Chris Yost. That said, there is no need for Laura fans to worry because Tom Taylor writes her beautifully. Laura has always had a certain way of speaking, a way that shows just how logical and socially awkward she is. But she's been trying to embrace society fo [...]

    • Gary says:

      Laura Kinney is the has taken over the Wolverine mantle, and in true Marvel fashion what could have been nothing more than a marketing ploy turns out to be a pretty solid book. In this first arc, the former X-23 has to protect three clones of herself and help them escape from (and avenge) the evil corporation that made them into killing machines in the first place.This is a loud one, even by Marvel standards, and as a result plotting pushed aside in favor of high-octane action. Not that it's inc [...]

    • Sana says:

      'You're the best there is at what you do. But that doesn't mean you have to do it.'HELLO, I'M IN A GLASS CASE OF EMOTIONI was honestly not prepared for the level of awesome that this comic is packing. I mean, I know giving male titles to female characters and repackaging it is not ideal, but I loved it when Taylor and co. addressed it in the comic in the best way possible: by it coming through Laura's own mouth. 'I know there are people who disapproveys on the internet mainly.' ICONICOh, how far [...]

    • AGamarra says:

      Bueno en verdad que extraño a la Laura anterior cuando era una persona con muchos problemas, un complejo muy extraño con Wolverine, una relación de dependencia casi y todo el rollo asesino; claro, no es que me guste eso, pero el personaje de X-23 siempre ha sido así. Luego de la incursión de Bendis en los X-Men (lleno de altibajos), Laura quedó de novia del Ángel joven (?). Esta nueva aventura en la cual ella se vuelve Wolverine (como muchos otros personajes de Marvel que ahora son mujere [...]

    • Michael says:

      Die Artwork ist ansprechend, aber die Story hat mich nur mäßig mitgerissen. Ich kann mir nicht helfen, irgendwie drehen sich die Marvel-Stories seit einiger Zeit im Kreis oder treten auf der Stelle und es fehlt das Potenzial, gefühlsmäßig anzudocken. Logan ist also tot und Laura die neue Wolverine. Sofort wird sie mit vier Klonen konfrontiert, die ihre Hilfe brauchen. Trotz Dramatik und Action wirkt die Story auf mich unterkühlt, es fehlt mir an Herz und Seele. Dabei ist Laura Kinney durch [...]

    • Richard says:

      What a great surprise. Just solid superhero adventure with random guest appearances. It's actually fun. I remember a number of years ago when John Byrne started writing Wonder Woman and every issue was a team-up. Instead of solidifying her place in the DCU, it just seemed like he had no interest in writing for his lead character. This is not that. Laura is suddenly a great character, and she exists in a great, old-school Marvel Universe.I love this book. Here's hoping the upcoming Civil War 2 cr [...]

    • Frédéric says:

      I'm not up to date with the whole of X-23's past so I googled out some intel to help me with some aspects of the story, particularly the last panel but it didn't prevent a good time reading this.Action-packed plot, strong female character(s) and fun on the side (I think I'm going to really like Gaby). Well used, Laura can be very interesting and I shall verify it with next volume. I wonder how the Laura/Gaby relationship will develop though.I almost forgotgood art/storytelling by David Lopez. I' [...]

    • Sans says:

      This was my first time reading about Laura/X-23/non-Logan-Wolverine. I've got a lot of catching up to do on who's who and what's what in the modern Marvel universe. Reading from a "blind" standpoint, this was good. Plenty of backstory and enough character history that I didn't feel lost. I'm still not sold on Squirrel Girl though.

    • Sonic says:

      I adore this book! Great writing and the illustration could not have been more perfect!I have to laugh however that the writer's name is the same as the meta-fictional main character in Mike Carey's "Unwritten" series is that you, Tommy?

    • Paula Asthenia says:

      until I completely understand what's going on, the sisters are under my protection

    • Cindy says:

      I was a little nervous going into this one. I'm all about diversity but, if the story isn't engaging and the characters aren't cool and fleshed out, well, what's the point? This was a hit for me. I really dig Tom Taylor and he didn't let me down. Laura Kinney/X-23 isn't meant to replace Wolverine. She stands on her own and is pretty badass. There's humor and great artwork too. The art is HUGE for me. I found myself totally engrossed. There's room for growth and more character development but I'm [...]

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