WHAT WAS GOOD?
Hulk Vs. Wolverine sported some cool animation and as it was a direct-to-DVD release (certificate 12 in the UK) there was more violence and action than you'd have gotten in a regular Marvel cartoon. As well as this it was fun to see Wolverine in his pre-X-Men days and it was also nice to see Omega Red, Lady Deathstrike and Deadpool all sharing a bit of screen time.
WHAT WAS BAD?
The 'feature' only lasted for approximately 35 mins, so it felt like nothing more than an extended episode of a cartoon series; and a Wolverine TV series at that! The film barely featured the Hulk, he seemed more like a guest star, and instead focused more on Wolverine and his connection to the Weapon X Program. This would have been fine if the feature was supposed to be Wolverine-centric, but it was called HULK Vs. Wolverine gosh darn it! The Hulk's name was in the title and he even got top billing so he should have received half the amount of screen time!
WHY PUSH THE BUTTON?
Hulk Vs. Wolverine was released the same year as
seemed as though it was only connected to the Hulk
could be tied in with the Hulk Vs. Thor movie to make a Wolverine had been developed beyond the 35 minute
extended sequence then it would have made for an
it just wasn't as good as it should of been and the Hulk got
It's button pushing time!!
Wolverine's first solo movie and because it was a short feature that
substantial DVD release. If Hulk Vs
mark to become more than an
interesting movie, but as it stood