Wolverine’s Internal Conflict – Wolverine (1982)

Most mainstream American comics are collaborative projects. Writers and artists push and pull each other to create something unique. Frank Miller is one of the figures who breaks this mold in the early 80s, moving between artist, writer-artist, and writer in Daredevil. Miller works great as a writer and writer-artist, but his art overpowers and … Continue reading Wolverine’s Internal Conflict – Wolverine (1982)