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Lotus and the Steel 

Wolverine heads to Japan for some solitude and soul-searching. But he finds his Japanese friends under siege by a gang of bandits.

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Norm Spencer
Alison Sealy-Smith
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Gambit / Remy LeBeau (voice)
Cathal J. Dodd ...
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Wolverine heads to Japan for some solitude and soul-searching. But he finds his Japanese friends under siege by a gang of bandits.

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3 February 1996 (USA)  »

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[all the villagers stare at Logan]
Wolverine: What, did I step on a duck?
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continue to be astonished...
6 May 2014 | by (North America) – See all my reviews

... at how good this "out-dated" series was. This episode is a gem. Wolverine is coming apart at the seams (again) so he exiles himself to a monastery in Japan looking for solitude -- and finds (duh) trouble. The irony, the irony of ironies, that almost two decades later the Marvel machine (and indeed it has become a machine, more interested in quantity than quality) would have been better served to use this storyline instead of Wolverine Origins or "The Wolverine," the two late-entry live action tales where Wolvy flies solo. How on earth could they have messed these films up when Hugh Jackman was playing the lead role? And why in the current decade (this penned in 2014) have superhero movies become all about action and 3D effects, instead of the humanity which grounded stories like this one...?


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