Daken Gets His Revenge in Dark Wolverine #80!
Ok, so being a hero isn’t as easy as it looks, but mercilessly slaughtering people is something that will come all too naturally to Daken, son of Wolverine, in Dark Wolverine #80!
Red-hot scribes Daniel Way and Marjorie Liu join rising star artist Stephen Segovia to deliver the last thrilling issue of this chapter in Wolverine’s son’s life! Norman Osborn’s publicity stunt fails miserably and Daken is more than happy to clean up the mess – by creating an even bloodier one! How does Daken pay back the upstart villains that beat him to within an inch of his life? He’s gonna teach ‘em that their egos just wrote cheques their bodies can’t cash! Be sure to catch the stunning variant cover by Young Guns artist Stefano Caselli!
Everyone is raving about Way and Liu’s Dark Wolverine:
“[Daken] is an interesting character. He’s manipulative, sarcastic, poetic, and has the strength of his father. Way’s dialogue is very enticing.” – Ryan Goulet, Comicsbulletin.com
“Way and Liu develop a wonderful satirical attitude for Daken that enhances the quality of this character.” – Frank Stapleton, BrokenFrontier.com
“Of all the Dark Reign storylines at the moment, Dark Wolverine is the one I am enjoying the most.” – Antony Ellis, thecomicaddiction.com
Marvel urges retailers to check all orders of Dark Wolverine as the series continues to be lauded by fans and critics alike! Just whose side is Daken really on? Find out all the answers in the full-throttle Dark Wolverine #80!
DARK WOLVERINE #80 (SEP090479)
DARK WOLVERINE #80 CASELLI VARIANT (SEP090480)
Written by MARJORIE LIU & DANIEL WAY
Penciled by STEPHEN SEGOVIA
Cover by GREG LAND
Young Guns Variant by STEFANO CASELLI
Parental Advisory …$2.99
FOC – 11/5/09, On Sale 11/25/09
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Posted originally: 2009-10-28 19:34:10