Millar. McNiven. Wolverine. It doesn't get any better than this. The only way writer Mark Millar (Wanted, Kick-Ass) could top his all-time classic Wolverine tale 'Enemy of the State' was to take it to the future -his Civil War brother in arms, Steve McNiven, handling the art duties!
Fusing the dystopian super-hero elements of the X-Men's 'Days of Future Past,' the wild and wooly futurescapes of Mad Max, and the tragic pathos of Clint Eastwood's archetypal Western heroes, Millar's tale finds Wolverine at a crossroads with who he really wants to be and who he really is.
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