Pardon me for being behind in times, but as some of you know I only read the Hard Cover and TPB stories and I stay away from any reviews until after I read the stories I'm interested in. That said, I just bought the HC Old Man Logan story and I have a few questions to those of you collectors who were following this monthly. 1. How in the hell did this story devolve from one of the most intriguing Wolverine stories ripe with character development and a fully concievable reason for a pacifist Logan, to "Just another Wolverine hack and slash?" 2. Did Millar really finish this book or was he taking cues from Loeb with his cliffhanger issue endings and unecessary action scenes just to camouflage lack of story development? I heard that there were many unpleasant delays between issues, was there ever any explanation as to why and did that impact the story development such that everything went to hell the way it did? 3. Can we get a "What if: Old Man Logan" series soon that addresses the following- "What if the Old Man Logan story ended in the same flair that it began with?" Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed the story, but at first it seemed like it was going to be exactly what the slogan one of the critics on the back of the hard cover claimed it would be: "The greatest Wolverine story ever told!". Close...but no cigar.