All-New Wolverine, Volume 2: Civil War II

All-New Wolverine, Volume 2: Civil War II

The battle has been fought, and won-but at what cost? As Laura and Gabby attempt to move on with their lives, Wolverine's past seems destined to catch up with her, and wreak havoc. Logan's legacy has cast a long shadow, how can Laura hope to step out of it? COLLECTING: ALL-NEW WOLVERINE 7-12...

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Title:All-New Wolverine, Volume 2: Civil War II
Author:Tom Taylor
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:0785196536
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:144 pages pages

All-New Wolverine, Volume 2: Civil War II Reviews

  • Jim
    Jan 01, 2018
    I would like an entire series of Squirrel Girl and X-23/Wolverine team-ups, please and thank you! ...
  • Craig
    May 19, 2017
    I kind of liked it, until all the Civil War II crap got shoehorned in... ...
  • C. Varn
    Dec 26, 2017
    Okay Taylor's characterization of Wolverine is strong albeit seemingly aimed at a younger audience than the X-23 books were. Old Man Logan's characterization seems off from his other incarnations and that is distracting. Marvel's tendency to cross EVERYTHING over constantly, however...
  • Travis Duke
    May 31, 2017
    Taylor continues to create a new wolverine with a lot of heart. Weaving 3 stories and some good emotion into volume 2 was no easy task especially since one of the stories is civil war II which is short but well executed. The other story is a team up with squirrel girl and it is playful...
  • Gianfranco Mancini
    Jan 08, 2017
    An excellent hilarous second volume of Tom Taylor''s All New Wolverine. The author made me bearable Squirrel Girl in the first funny story, but the following Civil War II tie-in with Cap and the Old Man Logan, Gabby's interdimensional dystopian future grandpa (!!! XD) made me laug...
  • David
    Nov 21, 2016
    Was blown away unexpectedly by the first volume of the series. Unfortunately, the follow up is a bit on the pedestrian side. It mostly works fairly well except for Captain America's behavior leading a SHIELD team. He comes off being somewhere between a government tool and a Nazi. Total...
  • Sesana
    Nov 17, 2016
    I love Laura. Also, this was my first exposure to the central conflict of Civil War 2. I have to admit, I'm actually interested. ...
  • Sam Quixote
    Dec 14, 2016
    Tom Taylor does two things in this book that almost floored me out of sheer surprise: 1) he makes the Unbearable Squirrel Girl bearable and, 2) the mandatory crossover issues he had to include for Marvel?s latest event, Civil War II, not only didn?t feel intrusive but were the best...
  • Kay
    Aug 23, 2017
    A perfect 5. When you have a comic book like this with perfect pacing and comedic timing, every page feels purposeful. Even when Squirrel Girl pops in for a team up. Even Jonathan the Wolverine. Even Fin Fang Foom. Old Man "Interdimentional Dystopian Future Grandpa" Logan was a ...
  • Nadja
    Jul 28, 2018
    Suprisingly the part of this volume I wasn?t really looking forward to, the Civil War II tie-in, turned out to be the part I liked the most. The first few issues did not seem that interesting to me, but things got a lot more interesting as soon as Old Man Logan shows up. The dynamic ...
  • Becky
    Feb 05, 2017
    I am annoyed at how much I enjoyed this. Some highlights include this homage to an homage: Although I am deeply annoyed that the line wasn't also used. (For comparison, here are the images it references: ) And also this speech by Laura: ...
  • Dimitris
    Sep 26, 2018
    I'm hitting myself for not reading this earlier. So fun to read. Congrats to Taylor. Like, reads like that make me wish I had purchased this twice instead of buying some other shitty superhero volume. (Looking at you Captain Marvel). Great fun story, great artwork! Great colou...
  • James DeSantis
    Dec 07, 2017
    Damn this was so much fun. Laura is the new Wolverine. Got a problem with that? Go fuck yourself. Anyway she is now taking care of Gabby, her little clone. This volume contains a one shot with Squirrel girl which is very very funny (I didn't like SG solo series so this was a surpri...
  • Frédéric
    May 01, 2017
    3,5* Sometimes you just gotta believe in miracles. First issue of this trade is with none other than Squirrel Girl. I had never read any story with her before and hope I won't ever anymore. In a Z-list of characters this one probably hits the bottom. But oddly Tom Taylor manages ...
  • Chris
    Mar 06, 2018
    Art changes and event tie-ins be damned, Tom Taylor delivers a second great volume of All-New Wolverine. Starting off with a fun team-up with Squirrel Girl (who I know is a divisive character, but this is the first time i've read her and I thought she was OK) and culminating with an...
  • Annye
    Apr 24, 2017
    This was by far the best of the Civil War II books I've read so far - nice artwork, an *actual plot*, and - gasp! - relevancy to the Civil War which actually makes logical and dramatic sense. I'm a huge Squirrel Girl fan, so her inclusion was a happy bonus! ...
  • Terence
    Nov 25, 2017
    SHIELD is in over their heads. While trying to secure a box of unknown danger they lost seven agents. They need help and they aren't taking no for an answer. The most improbable of events has happened. A scent that attracts Fing Fang Foom was released on the helicarrier. Laura ha...
  • Chad
    Apr 03, 2017
    Tom Taylor has done the impossible. He made Squirrel Girl interesting. He just really shows you how terrible that Squirrel Girl book is with this fun team-up between Wolverine and Squirrel Girl. Next, Laura takes on Fin Fang Foom and comes across Old Man Logan and Captain Marvel. This ...
  • Scott
    Jan 03, 2019
    In the exact middle of Volume 2: Civil War II the main plot takes an unexpected 'time-out' as two masked burglars unfortunately enter the NYC apartment in front of Laura 'All-New Wolverine' Kinney. (Also present is 'sister' Gabby, co-star from the previous volume who has similar abilit...
  • Logan
    Nov 03, 2017
    After only one story arc, Tom Taylor's surprisingly-good series gets hijacked by a Marvel crossover event. That said, this throwaway interlude could have turned out worse. ...
  • Diz
    Feb 16, 2018
    I really love the interactions between Laura and Gabby. Those two make a great pair. My love for these characters was tempered in this volume by the intrusion of Marvel events Old Man Logan and Civil War II. Marvel, please stop dropping your events into books. ...
  • Roy
    Feb 25, 2018
    Very cool 2nd volume. We learn a little more about Gabby, a future Logan appears, and the futures of some characters are foretold by. new boy. Full of action, cool plotting and awesome characters. I felt it was little short and the Artwork not as strong as Vol 1 but still amazing fun. ...
  • ellis
    Sep 15, 2017
    i saw civil war 2 on the cover and nearly screamed, but it ended up being the best one ive read! the other stories were pretty goofy, and although i was kinda eh on the pheromone story, squirrel girl n wolverine? super cute. ...
  • Robert
    Jun 09, 2019
    I was no big fan of Civil War II or any of its adjacent stuff I?ve encountered so far but In Tom Taylor We Trust- he uses the milieu of the whole ?prevent crimes before they happen? debate to tell a story of alt-dimensional Old Man Logan entering the lives of Laura and Gabby and ...
  • Paul E. Morph
    Mar 27, 2017
    'You're not Logan. You're just some twisted perversion wearing his face.' And with those words, right there, Laura manages to sum up exactly how I feel about 'Old Man Logan'. I'm glad I'm not alone. As much as I'm loving this book overall, this volume suffered from artwork that w...
  • Adam M
    Aug 28, 2018
    This is probably a 3.5 star book for me. It's better than blah, but it's not high concept. I think that there is plenty of potential for this title/character, but for me this volume wasn't overwhelming. The first issue included here is a crossover with Squirrel Girl that really added n...
  • Adam Spanos
    Jan 21, 2018
    Taylor's characterization of Wolverine is strong albeit seemingly aimed at a younger audience than the X-23 books were. Old Man Logan's characterization seems off from his other incarnations and that is distracting. Marvel's tendency to cross EVERYTHING over constantly, however, seems ...
  • Sailor //
    Mar 25, 2019
    This was a bit of a let-down after reading the first volume which was so fun. But I definitely feel the same way as Laura in regards to old man Logan. He?s just simply not the same. He?s not Logan. They come from completely different realities and I?ve just never been a huge fan....
  • Yerasly
    Jul 31, 2017
    3.5** I really enjoyed the ending of the trade, the beginning not so much. Looking forward to picking up volume three that's for sure. ...
  • 47Time
    Jul 01, 2019
    Right, so I don't like Squirrel Girl. I'm certain I'm the only one in the whole world. The tie-in with Civil War II is even less enjoyable and entirely skippable. This series has become an annoying waste of time. I'm hoping it's the tie-in that ruined it. SHIELD's Maria Hill contact...