It's being released as-is. No other purchase required. It might even come shrink-wrapped if you're lucky, or into that kind of thing.
Yes. Definitely worth buying Wolverine Season One since James and Heather Hudson are in the entire story. They are on almost every page. At the end of the book, there is a reprint of Wolverine & The X-Men #25. And then some sketches of Wolverine, James, and Heather by Salva Espin.
Let me reread AF 33 v1, X-Men Adventures 5 v2, X-Men Origins: Wolverine 1, Incredible Hulk 181, and Wolverine Season One and I'll get back to you on that offer. I'm not good at writing reviews.
The book is like 100+ pages long. I haven't finished reading it yet!
It's one thing to review a 20 page story. But this is a monster 100+ page story about a character whose history is more complicated than Alpha Flight's history. Ben Acker and Ben Blacker really did their homework on this one. They must have even read Alpha Flight v2 since Myra Haddock appears in the book.