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Cover Date: 2004
Cover Price: US $ 11.99
Issue Tagline: None.
Format: Color; Trade Paperback; 120 pages
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His interest is justice - By his own judgment, not any court's.
His name is Logan. He is a hunter, and he pursues a very specific prey. He is not interested in law or procedure or process. He is a mutant, feared and hated for his abilities, from his preternatural sense of smell to his near-miraculous powers of regeneration. He is a weapon, a proficient and nearly unstoppable killer, with unbreakable bones and six razor-sharp claws that can slice titanium like butter.
And he cherishes life, the way only a warrior can. He knows its flaws and its trials, and he cherishes it still.
South of El Paso, across the border, a drug lord named Rojas hired nineteen men, women and children to mule heroin into the United States. All nineteen died in the back of one of Rojas' trucks, meant to take the illegal imigrants to a better life.
It's Logan who discovered the crime. It's Logan who found the bodies.
It's Logan who will seek justice.
Collecting Wolverine #7-11, written by Greg Rucka (Elektra) and illustrated by Leandro Fernandez (Incredible Hulk).
Wolverine (2003) #7
Wolverine (2003) #8
Wolverine (2003) #9
Wolverine (2003) #10
Wolverine (2003) #11
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