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Let me start by saying I like Daken. But his book started mediocre, got much better at the beginning of the Madripoor arc, but then dropped to its lowest during the crossover with X-23. Suffice it to say that Daken: Dark Wolverine has never been a contender for comic of the week for me. Until issue eleven, that is.
Wow is Rob Williams making this book sing after taking over from Marjorie Liu and Daniel Way. His narration is plentiful, but not heavy handed or intrusive. It gives us insight into the character that are neither cryptic or allegorical (which was the problem I had with his inner monologuing previously), but actually say something about the character. If this is any indication as to the quality Williams is taking our favorite bisexual power-grubbing sociopath to… like I said. This book will sing.
And also the last page reveal is the BEST.

Let me start by saying I like Daken. But his book started mediocre, got much better at the beginning of the Madripoor arc, but then dropped to its lowest during the crossover with X-23. Suffice it to say that Daken: Dark Wolverine has never been a contender for comic of the week for me. Until issue eleven, that is.

Wow is Rob Williams making this book sing after taking over from Marjorie Liu and Daniel Way. His narration is plentiful, but not heavy handed or intrusive. It gives us insight into the character that are neither cryptic or allegorical (which was the problem I had with his inner monologuing previously), but actually say something about the character. If this is any indication as to the quality Williams is taking our favorite bisexual power-grubbing sociopath to… like I said. This book will sing.

And also the last page reveal is the BEST.