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I’m simultaneously very glad and yet sort of sad I haven’t heard anything about this comic.
Who is Dark Wolverine? That isn’t like Dark Beast, is it?
It’s sort of half joke title/half branding. When Wolverine’s son Daken joined the Dark Avengers, Marvel gave him the “Wolverine” comic to star in, and they changed the title to “Dark Wolverine” with #75.
That’s why I don’t read a lot of regular comics anymore. My Ackbar Sense kept tingling, ’till I left that trap.
Now I just hang back, and see what other people say about a comic, first(Until they give Simon Garth another monthly…).
I also apologize for how fanboyish the above response was.
Aubrey I’m the guy that needs watching, but what was so bad about the crossover?
That shouldve said maybe I’m the guy…
Well, I think that Wolverine Origins is a pretty terrible book to begin with, but especially when they focus on Romulus. And this crossover was HEAVILY focused on Romulus.
That, and I thought the details of Wolverine’s big plan (both the one he originally had and then the one he ended up using) were weeeeeeeeeeak.
Gotta agree on those points.
Y’know, I gotta say, I loved Origins as a sort of “Elseworlds” thing…but then John Howlett became his actual name, and ever since then, I’ve just gotten more depressed.
I kinda liked Logan who had no idea about his past, and that him and Sabretooth had a muddied origin pertaining each other. When Sabes would say he’s Wolvie’s father, but we weren’t sure if that was genuine or just a mindfuck. It was excellent!
I don’t know, man.
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