Who's in this issue?
A truely different book from any in the past. If you read this book, you will notice that not one word is spoken by any of the characters in the book. The only talking done is by Elektra, and even what she says wouldn't be considered talking; it was more of a self-reflection by Elektra. You definately won't see many of these books out there, but the experience that comes with it is definately something to behold. Once again, great cover art by Adam Kubert. He may not be the greatest Wolverine penciler when it comes to the contents inside the comic book, but he is one great cover artist for Wolverine.
Rating (from 1 dot (not recommended) to 5 dot (highly recommended)
IN THIS ISSUE:
Logan escapes from Salem Center and hitches a ride aboard the top of an Amtrak into New York City. While there, he is still unknowingly being tracked by Elektra.
In the meantime, a young child sneaks out of his room to hang out with one of his buddies during the night. The two attempts to pull off a heist off of a drug dealer. His friend opens fire and kills the dealer. The dealer fires one wild shot, which hits and kills a blind beggar nearby. Logan gives chase after the kid's friend and slashes away at him. The kid runs away with Logan hot on his trail. Hitting the end of a platform, the kid turns around and fires one shot at Logan, hitting him. The kid though falls right onto the tracks on the subway. Logan looked as if he would allow the kid to lie there, but he saw the necklace pendant of Mary on the kid, and grabs him at the moment before the train runs over that portion of the track. Logan takes him back to the crime scene, pointing there to where his mother sat weeping. The kid slowly approaches his mom until he saw how Logan collapsed on the ground. He turns back to check. Helping Logan up, the kid finds himself facing the drug dealer, who had not died. About to fire, Elektra, from behind, kills him with one of her daggers. She sends the kid off back to his mom, and Elektra takes Logan away.