Dark Wolverine #83

Event\Storyline: Siege Writer: Daniel Way, Marjorie Liu Artist: Giuseppe Camuncoli Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: February 24, 2010 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 3
7.1Critic Rating
6.3User Rating

SIEGE BLOCKBUSTER TIE-IN!! Part 2 of 3 A choice must be made, but what is real in the realm of gods? Mystery, illusion, and games of fate--all of these await Daken in the heart of Asgard as the Siege continues all around him. But when he is forced to confront himself -- who he is, who he wants to be, who he could be -- who will Daken choose to become? A man...or a monster? Parental Advisory …$2.99

  • 8.5
    Comic Book Bin - Herv St-Louis Mar 3, 2010

    Daken, the son of Wolverine is courted by Fates of Asgard that want him to start Ragnarok anew. Will Daken follow their lead or continue to prove that he is his own master? I really like this issue and although I hate Daken as an antisocial jerk " he represents the worst type of person I would never want to come across, he is the most interesting villain I have read in years. He is just a bad guy and there is nothing redeemable about him, as the Fates see. I see a future for this series after the Dark Avengers story and would gladly follow it, if the writers stay on board. Camuncoli has always been a great artist and I wish he could get a better inker to show how good he really is. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comic Book Resources - Chad Nevett Feb 24, 2010

    By building on a lingering idea from a previous Thor story, the "Siege" tie-in arc of "Dark Wolverine" looks like it will work tangentially to the event, existing mostly on its own, expanding on Daken's appearances in "Siege," but also telling its own story. As far as tie-ins go, it's a smart approach that works quite well, especially with Giuseppe Camuncoli on art. Read Full Review

  • 5.8
    IGN - Bryan Joel Feb 24, 2010

    But ultimately, Dark Wolverine #83 doesn't capitalize on the promise of the first Siege tie-in issue. The storyline comes off forced and unnatural for the character of Daken, and one can't help but feel that there are better uses for him. Read Full Review

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