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Jimmy Hudson's quest to discover the answers about his past begins! What mission was Wolverine on that led to the birth of Jimmy? A story that will rock the Ultimate Universe's family tree forever!COLLECTING: Ultimate Wolverine 1-4 Jimmy Hudson's quest to discover the answers about his past begins! What mission was Wolverine on that led to the birth of Jimmy? A story that will rock the Ultimate Universe's family tree forever!COLLECTING: Ultimate Wolverine 1-4


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Jimmy Hudson's quest to discover the answers about his past begins! What mission was Wolverine on that led to the birth of Jimmy? A story that will rock the Ultimate Universe's family tree forever!COLLECTING: Ultimate Wolverine 1-4 Jimmy Hudson's quest to discover the answers about his past begins! What mission was Wolverine on that led to the birth of Jimmy? A story that will rock the Ultimate Universe's family tree forever!COLLECTING: Ultimate Wolverine 1-4

30 review for Ultimate Comics Wolverine: Legacies

  1. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    Jesus, am I on a run of shitty books or what? After a solid Uncanny X-Men volume and a great creator own series called Harrow County, I went into Ultimate Comics Wolverine with a little hope. It's about Jimmy, who I actually think is kind of cool. I like Wolverine having a kid who isn't like Draken. However, this story jumps from Wolverine's time as a asshole to Jimmy trying to find out more about who Wolverine is and maybe even have family members he never knew about. Good: The art is pretty go Jesus, am I on a run of shitty books or what? After a solid Uncanny X-Men volume and a great creator own series called Harrow County, I went into Ultimate Comics Wolverine with a little hope. It's about Jimmy, who I actually think is kind of cool. I like Wolverine having a kid who isn't like Draken. However, this story jumps from Wolverine's time as a asshole to Jimmy trying to find out more about who Wolverine is and maybe even have family members he never knew about. Good: The art is pretty good? Also, Jimmy isn't a bad character but... Bad: The story is beyond shitty here. I hated, hated, HATED the plot twist going on here. To have Quicksilver and Jimmy be related (Screw it, you aren't going to read this) is dumb as hell. The wolverine segments are boring and not really worth your time. Honestly, this whole book is kind of a waste of time. This is pretty awful. Cullen Bunn is a very capable writer, but this isn't it. A 1 out of 5.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Baba

    Jimmy Hudson is on a quest to discover where he came from, looking to investigate the mission Logan was on, that led to his conception! A story that thinks it's a lot bigger and relevant than it is in a mutant depleted world. 7 out of 12 Jimmy Hudson is on a quest to discover where he came from, looking to investigate the mission Logan was on, that led to his conception! A story that thinks it's a lot bigger and relevant than it is in a mutant depleted world. 7 out of 12

  3. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    No so much a Wolverine story as it is a Wolverine Jr story. Jumps back and forth between the present and the past to reveal how Jr came to be and what he needs to do in the now to fix what was left unfinished in the past. The appearance of Qiucksilver and his ridiculously inconsistently written powers only hurts what might have been a semi-decent prologue to whatever Ultimate X-Men story this book was leading into since this book was not a complete story. Art was ok at best. This is the 3rd Cull No so much a Wolverine story as it is a Wolverine Jr story. Jumps back and forth between the present and the past to reveal how Jr came to be and what he needs to do in the now to fix what was left unfinished in the past. The appearance of Qiucksilver and his ridiculously inconsistently written powers only hurts what might have been a semi-decent prologue to whatever Ultimate X-Men story this book was leading into since this book was not a complete story. Art was ok at best. This is the 3rd Cullen Bunn book I have read, and I only liked one of them, so I am thinking that I may not be a fan.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sean

    I'm a big fan of Cullen Bunn but this didn't sit well with me. Jimmy Hudson has never appealed to me and I'm not really sure of the point to this other than to get the antagonist where he needs to be for the next storyline. The flashbacks to Logan's past had next to no substance. David Messina's art was really good but not enough to give a better review. Overall, this series will end up being easily forgotten. I'm a big fan of Cullen Bunn but this didn't sit well with me. Jimmy Hudson has never appealed to me and I'm not really sure of the point to this other than to get the antagonist where he needs to be for the next storyline. The flashbacks to Logan's past had next to no substance. David Messina's art was really good but not enough to give a better review. Overall, this series will end up being easily forgotten.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jess

    This was a really cool graphic novel. Love how it switched stories between Logan and Jimmy and slowly revealed the plot.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Will Cooper

    Fine. Nothing spectacular but has a couple fun moments.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Frans Kempe

    James Hudson goes away from Utopia to search for a message from his late father and runs into his brother Quicksilver and the project Mothervine

  8. 5 out of 5

    Charlotte (beigepages)

    While I found the title of this to be a little misleading, I did still enjoy this graphic novel. I expected more of the focus to be on Wolverine himself, but then, I guess Jimmy is his legacy and it makes sense to focus the story on him and his fellow mutants. While this wasn't necessarily what I was expecting, I wasn't disappointed by it. I did enjoy the introduction of new characters (to me, at least) such as Jimmy and Blackbox, and it was nice to see Quicksilver make an appearance and I really While I found the title of this to be a little misleading, I did still enjoy this graphic novel. I expected more of the focus to be on Wolverine himself, but then, I guess Jimmy is his legacy and it makes sense to focus the story on him and his fellow mutants. While this wasn't necessarily what I was expecting, I wasn't disappointed by it. I did enjoy the introduction of new characters (to me, at least) such as Jimmy and Blackbox, and it was nice to see Quicksilver make an appearance and I really liked the background behind him and how he was connected with Jimmy. I did feel, however, that Jimmy lacked a personality. Quicksilver I found to be quite sly and tricky, using a bit of manipulation to get what he wanted, and Blackbox I found to be quite fun in how he talked about technology being ancient. Although I did quite enjoy the story and plot of this, and I didn't mind the jumps in time, as they were clearly labelled and featured different characters, I am a little confused about 'Mothervine'. Whether that's just because I haven't read any other comics involving it, I don't know. I do know that I would have liked a little more explanation. That being said, what really bothered me the most was the art. Usually, I like Marvel artwork, but there was something about it in this graphic novel that I just didn't really enjoy. It was a bit too cartoony and almost childlike for me. I prefer more realistic, less over-exaggerated figures with more shading and harsh lines. Other than that, I did like this. A nice, quick read.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Gavin

    Slightly misleading from the cover, in that it's Logan, and yet this story is mainly about Jimmy Hudson (Logan's son). However, it's done well enough, and ties in Logan with flashbacks, and reveals the mother of Jimmy, as well as some other family links Wolvie Junior didn't know he had. This leads to the showdowns of the book, as well as the mysterious 'Mothervine Project'. There's some good stuff, and some ho-hum stuff...That being said, the Jimmy Hudson character has potential for sure. Slightly misleading from the cover, in that it's Logan, and yet this story is mainly about Jimmy Hudson (Logan's son). However, it's done well enough, and ties in Logan with flashbacks, and reveals the mother of Jimmy, as well as some other family links Wolvie Junior didn't know he had. This leads to the showdowns of the book, as well as the mysterious 'Mothervine Project'. There's some good stuff, and some ho-hum stuff...That being said, the Jimmy Hudson character has potential for sure.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Luana

    Inessential but amusing diversion from the Ultimate Comics X-Men main book in which Jimmy Hudson discovers his true heritage and ends up assuming the mantle of The Wolverine (not sure if there's a definite article here or not, they're pretty wishy-washy about it). Quite soapy, but in a fun way befitting a super teen book. Inessential but amusing diversion from the Ultimate Comics X-Men main book in which Jimmy Hudson discovers his true heritage and ends up assuming the mantle of The Wolverine (not sure if there's a definite article here or not, they're pretty wishy-washy about it). Quite soapy, but in a fun way befitting a super teen book.

  11. 4 out of 5

    La Revistería Comics

    Tercer especial Ultimate Marvel, revolviendo pasado (mucho) presente (algo) y futuro (lo poco que queda) del mutante favorito de las masas en un práctico tomito coleccionable.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Variaciones Enrojo

    Ultimate Marvel Especial 3.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Mahdi

    Storyline's ok. Nothing great about this series, apart from the fact that it's based on Wolverine's son. A good read though; just not great. Storyline's ok. Nothing great about this series, apart from the fact that it's based on Wolverine's son. A good read though; just not great.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Christopher

    More sub-par Ultimate Comics fare.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jonathan

  16. 5 out of 5

    Geoff Derks

  17. 4 out of 5

    Dean Morris

  18. 5 out of 5

    Nicola

  19. 4 out of 5

    Kithy

  20. 4 out of 5

    Morgan

  21. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

  22. 5 out of 5

    Dan Firli

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lucas

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

  25. 4 out of 5

    diwaykarat

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Juffer

  27. 4 out of 5

    Pat

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tim

  29. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Smith

  30. 5 out of 5

    Gavin Foo

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