Daken’s Terminal Disease Is In Its Final Stages. What Choices Will He Makes When Finally Faced With Death?Will He Die Here And What Will His Final Actions Be? The Final Confrontation Between Daken And His Father, Wolverine.
To say much more would be giving too much away, but suffice to say this issue, as well as the entire "Lost Weekend" arc that lead up to the finale are dark yet engaging comics that are a welcome addition to mainstream comics. It's sad to see it ending here. Read Full Review
So while I'm sad that I won't be reading about Daken one to two times a month anymore, I do think the character needed a bit of a break, and look forward to seeing Daken come back strong sometime soon. Read Full Review
The inability to invest in the story of "Daken: Dark Wolverine" #23 isn't limited to the emotions of the main character; in true superhero fashion, we are assured that every life being risked by these last destructive, villainous acts are expedited to safety, off-panel. The result is a comic where buildings are destroyed with no real risk or consequence, as the city in the Marvel Universe will be fully rebuilt without a trace of these events by the time we put the comic down. Instead of an emotional outburst or dramatic tension, "Daken: Dark Wolverine" #23 has as much impact as watching a pouting toddler smash his tinker toys. The hope as I approached this issue was even if we could not identify with Daken, we would find the emotional impact of the scenario on his father -- yet Logan remains stalwart throughout. Sadly, this is symbolic of the Daken character itself: the Marvel Universe will be unchanged in the wake of this title, leaving no trace of Daken to be found. Read Full Review
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