Daken: Dark Wolverine: Empire

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His claws are deadly, but his mind is even sharper! The son of Wolverine, Daken's drive to achieve his goals knows no bounds: he will stop at nothing to attain absolute power. He yearns for his own bloody empire, sitting on a throne of fear and violence. Playing both heroes and villains as pawns, his betrayals and web of lies have landed his name on some serious hit lists. Now, free of his ties to Norman Osborn, Daken's plans can move forward. But the enemies he's made are standing in his way. With everyone out ...
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Overview

His claws are deadly, but his mind is even sharper! The son of Wolverine, Daken's drive to achieve his goals knows no bounds: he will stop at nothing to attain absolute power. He yearns for his own bloody empire, sitting on a throne of fear and violence. Playing both heroes and villains as pawns, his betrayals and web of lies have landed his name on some serious hit lists. Now, free of his ties to Norman Osborn, Daken's plans can move forward. But the enemies he's made are standing in his way. With everyone out to kill him, who can he turn to for help? Meanwhile, the father may have something to say about the son's evil ambitions. Collecting DARK WOLVERINE #90, DAKEN: DARK WOLVERINE #1-4 and material from WOLVERINE: ROAD TO HELL.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780785147060
  • Publisher: Marvel
  • Publication date: 8/24/2011
  • Pages: 264
  • Sales rank: 751,374
  • Product dimensions: 10.00 (w) x 6.40 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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  • Posted May 10, 2013

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    Decent tale with good art!

    From Daken's inception he was always a pale version of Wolverine but his personality has grown and he is a devilishly likable character. While his back story, much like his father's is overly complex, he is still intriguing. This book shows Daken's new life path and while I wasn't up to date on some of the Marvel continuity I did enjoy the book. Daken's ability to completely toy with almost everyone's emotions is a treat to watch and the inclusion of Mystique here is really fun. The art was good and the actions scenes were fantastic. The drawback is that enough happened and there wasn't enough supposition for newer readers until the ended of the collection.

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