Marvel Universe vs. Wolverine is a four issue limited series written by Jonathan Maberry that serves as a prequel to Marvel Universe vs. The Punisher. It is a story about Wolverine frantically attempting to stop all the characters of Marvel from turning into cannibalistic zombies, slaughtering many of them in the process. The art by Laurence Campbell is extremely gritty. Many other readers felt this added to the "feel" of the story, I felt it did not. Nearly ever panel looks like it is out of focus or over pixilated. At some points in the story, characters were even unrecognizable.
As for the story, this is as simple as it gets. Wolverine needs to find a cure for a virus that's turning people into zombies, and he has to kill a lot of people trying to find it. Maberry nails Logan's character. The dialogue, both internal and external, are spot on. The plot moves at a fast pace, with simplistic story telling. Wolverine discovers a clue about the cure, zombies try to stop him, he kills them. Repeat.
Ultimately this a forgettable read. Sure, there is some gruesome killing scenes involving our favorite clawed Canadian, readers looking for a deeper story will be left unsatisfied. If you're looking for an easy to read action-oriented story, this is for you. For those looking for a deeper read, check out Wolverine: Enemy of the State or Wolverine: Old Man Logan.