Re: Aynone else kinda done with Jackman's Wolverine?
I agree, Jackman more or less defined what the general public thinks of Wolverine, and I don't really see a problem with that. In fact, his influence on the character was so great, that after the movies' popularity, in the comics they started drawing Wolverine as being taller and more "ruggedly handsome" than "dumpy and dirty." Some long-time fans obviously take issue with this, but personally I think it shows that what defines Wolverine is a lot more than him being short and unattractive. It's unfortunate that the latest movie couldn't even seem to get that right, but hey, I don't see it as being Jackman's fault. He did a splended job in the other movies, but he just plain wasn't given much to work with this time around.