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2020 iWolverine #1 and #2

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If you are following Arno Stark’s Iron Man 2020 story arc, then you should not miss 2020 iWolverine comics as it is part of the suggested reading order for Iron Man 2020.

To be honest, I have not been reading my Wolverine comics for quite some time, so I decided to finish reading iWolverine 2020 #1 and iWolverine #2 first before I go back to the Wolverine volume 7 series.

If Wolverine wasn’t tough enough to handle before when he is a mutant, he is more than just a mutant now. This time he is a robot.

2020 iWolverine #1 and #2 side by side
2020 iWolverine #1 and 2020 iWolverine #2

2020 iWolverine #1

2020 iWolvereine #1 (OF 2)
Story: Larry Hama
Art: Roland Boschi
Colors: Andres Mossa
Letters: VC’s Joe Sabino
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: July 15th, 2020

2020 iWolverine, tells a thrilling revenge story as Albert, the robotic Wolverine. He goes on a quest to reunite the pieces of the child robot Elsie-Dee that have been scattered to several different triads. The journey to reassemble Elsie-Dee is violent.

The story of Larry Hama, the wolverine comic art of Roland Boschi, the colors of Andres Mossa, and the lettering of VC’s Joe Sabino come together nicely. The art was decent.

I enjoy the cover more than the rest but I can’t find any panel that is spectacular to highlight.

Overall, 2020 iWolverine #1 doesn’t excite. But it does feel good after reading it compared to my feelings after watching X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

I find this Wolverine comic book a bit straightforward. There isn’t a surprising twist or mystery or anything. It is just about a hero who tears his way across the city to get what he wants.

Is it because I wasn’t following Iron Man 2020?

I don’t think so.

iWolverine can be picked up and read as a standalone even if you are not following the Iron Man 2020 story arc. Characterization is light, but considering this is not these characters’ first appearances, it’s fine.

The story focuses on revenge. It did well to deliver that.

In the end, Albert managed to re-assemble Elsie-Dee. He got the head from Kimura, the arms from the Jade Dragon triad, and the rest of the body from Vladivostok Mafia.

He is ready to go home, but the people from the criminal organizations are upset and are preparing to destroy him.

2020 iWolverine #2

2020 iWolvereine #2 (OF 2)
Story: Larry Hama
Art: Roland Boschi
Colors: Andres Mossa
Letters: VC’s Joe Sabino
Publisher: Marvel Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: August 26, 2020

Murder in Madripoor! Albert may have recovered Elsie-Dee, but the bloodshed isn’t over yet. When the two androids attempt to get revenge, they’ll find that their enemies aren’t the only things at risk for permanent deletion! To be continued later ….. or maybe not.

Iron Man 2020 Reading Order and Where does 2020 iWolverine Fits In

If you like iWolverine, get the whole Iron Man 2020 series and related comics to understand the story better. The suggested reading order for Iron Man 2020 is:

  • Iron Man 2020 (2020) #1
  • Iron Man 2020 (2020) #2
  • 2020 Machine Man (2020) #1
  • 2020 Force Works (2020) #1
  • 2020 Rescue (2020) #1
  • Iron Man 2020 (2020) #3
  • 2020 Iron Age (2020) #1
  • 2020 Machine Man (2020) #2
  • 2020 Force Works (2020) #2
  • 2020 Ironheart (2020) #1
  • 2020 Force Works (2020) #3
  • 2020 Ironheart (2020) #2
  • Iron Man 2020 (2020) #4
  • 2020 Rescue (2020) #2
  • 2020 iWolverine (2020) #1
  • Iron Man 2020 (2020) #5
  • 2020 iWolverine (2020) #2
  • Iron Man 2020 (2020) #6

You can get the Kindle version from Amazon. I prefer the paperbacks or hardcovers, but at the time of writing, they are not out yet.

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