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Blood & sorrow

Author: Stuart MooreRob WilliamsDavid LaphamC P SmithLaurence CampbellAll authors
Publisher: New York : Marvel ; London : Diamond [distributor], 2007.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : English : Direct edView all editions and formats
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" The feral X-Man fights alone in four standalone stories! In "The Package," Logan must escape from an army of savage killers deep in the heart of war-torn Africa-- with a baby strapped to his chest! The infant daughter of an overthrown monarch is the only hope for a country's future, and the conquering warlord is determined to see her dead. Can Wolverine get her to the border alive? Or will his greatest failure  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Comic books, strips, etc
Named Person: Wolverine, (Fictitious character)
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Stuart Moore; Rob Williams; David Lapham; C P Smith; Laurence Campbell; David Aja
ISBN: 9780785126072 0785126074
OCLC Number: 86167924
Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: The healing / writer, Stuart Moore; artist, C.P. Smith; letterer, Dave Sharpe --
The package / writer, Stuart Moore; artist, C.P. Smith; letterer, Virtual Calligraphy's Randy Gentile --
House of blood and sorrow / writer, David Lapham; artist, David Aja;colorist, Jose Villarrubia; letterer, Virtual Calligraphy's Joe Caramagna --
Better to give... / writer, Rob Williams; penciler, Laurence Campbell; inker, Kris Justice; colorist, Paul Mounts; letterer, Virtual Calligraphy's Randy Gentile.
Other Titles: Blood and sorrow
Responsibility: writer, Stuart Moore, Rob Williams, David Lapham ; artist, C.P. Smith, Laurence Campbell, David Aja.

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" The feral X-Man fights alone in four standalone stories! In "The Package," Logan must escape from an army of savage killers deep in the heart of war-torn Africa-- with a baby strapped to his chest! The infant daughter of an overthrown monarch is the only hope for a country's future, and the conquering warlord is determined to see her dead. Can Wolverine get her to the border alive? Or will his greatest failure doom an entire nation? In "Better To Give...," a heavily armed suicide cult -- clad in elf outfits -- has taken hostage a mid-Manhattan department store on Christmas Eve and is threatening to blow the place sky high. Among the shoppers: Logan, who's just itching to sink his (Santa) claws into someone after enduring the Yuletide rush. Should be easy for a damn-near invulnerable force of nature to save the day, right? Think again. All is not as it seems, as a spoiled billionaire's daughter is about to find out, and the true meaning of Christmas will be spelt out...in blood. In "The House of Blood and Sorrow," Wolverine lies at the edge of death in a rural Nebraska cornfield after crashing to Earth in the wake of a clash with a giant robot at the edge of the atmosphere, lapsing in and out of a coma as his body desperately tries to heal. And that's when things really get bad. The men who sent the robot to destroy Wolverine have come to finish the job. The townsfolk who witnessed the crash have gathered up a mob to hunt down and destroy the alien that's landed. And Wolverine's fate just might rest in the hands of the strange little girl who first found him in that dark cornfield. A strange little girl with an affinity for taking care of odd creatures -- and whose family holds a deep, dark secret hidden from the light of day. And in "The Healing," Logan lies gutted in a Northwest forest, surrounded by wolves and clinging onto hope and sanity as his body goes about the complicated work of repairing itself. It's not as easy as you might think" -- from publisher's web site.

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