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Wolverine: Inside the World of the Living Weapon

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Published: 16 Mar 2009

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“This super-illustrated dossier offers everything-you-always-wanted-to-know-about-Wolverine-but-were-afraid-to-ask, from his 19th-century Canadian childhood (his mutant healing powers give him longer life) to his friends, enemies, loves, powers, war experiences, X-Men tenure, solo adventures, etc., etc.” – Library Journal

One of Marvel Comics’ favorite characters, Wolverine is a mutant who possesses animal-like instincts, super-enhanced strength, and the ability to heal from any wound. While he was part of the Weapon X program his skeletal structure was bonded with the near-destructible alloy adamantium, and now very little can stop him.

DK’s publishing program celebrates Wolverine’s classic comic book roots, with gorgeous imagery, classic story lines, and a nod to the franchise that Wolverine has become.

Super-fans can learn about Wolverine’s comic book debut (a cameo in a Hulk comic in 1974), and the development of his character, his story, the X-Men, and more in our comprehensive and spectacularly illustrated Ultimate Guide.

ISBN: 9780756645472 Pages: 200
Size: 276 x 299mm Age: From 13 To 17 years

Description

Reviews

“This super-illustrated dossier offers everything-you-always-wanted-to-know-about-Wolverine-but-were-afraid-to-ask, from his 19th-century Canadian childhood (his mutant healing powers give him longer life) to his friends, enemies, loves, powers, war experiences, X-Men tenure, solo adventures, etc., etc.” – Library Journal

One of Marvel Comics’ favorite characters, Wolverine is a mutant who possesses animal-like instincts, super-enhanced strength, and the ability to heal from any wound. While he was part of the Weapon X program his skeletal structure was bonded with the near-destructible alloy adamantium, and now very little can stop him.

DK’s publishing program celebrates Wolverine’s classic comic book roots, with gorgeous imagery, classic story lines, and a nod to the franchise that Wolverine has become.

Super-fans can learn about Wolverine’s comic book debut (a cameo in a Hulk comic in 1974), and the development of his character, his story, the X-Men, and more in our comprehensive and spectacularly illustrated Ultimate Guide.

ISBN: 9780756645472 Pages: 200
Size: 276 x 299mm From 13 To 17 years

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