Wolverine in Hell: ‘Daken: Dark Wolverine’ #3 Open Thread

Daken Dark Wolverine #3Daken: Dark Wolverine #3 (preview)
Writer: Daniel Way and Marjorie Liu
Pencils: Giuseppe Camuncoli
Inks: Onofrio Catacchio

From Marvel: “EMPIRE: ACT I, Part 3 (of 3): Daken has shown in the past that he’s willing to do absolutely anything to accomplish his goals, but DYING? That seems a bit extreme. However, impossible as it may seem, there are things in life that you can only accomplish after death. Just ask Wolverine…”

On sale November 17, 2010.

Demon Wolverine beats the living snot out of Daken, and the plot thickens.

Anyone care to offer their two cents on what it all means?

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all i can say is this is the first time since “enemy of the state” that i’ve been this into any wolverine storyline. origins was okay, in my opinion, but in the process of just putting all the pieces together, i almost forgot why i liked the character so much in the first place. technically, between Wolverine, Daken, and X-23, this is the first Wolverine crossover. not an X-Men crossover. not a New Avengers crossover. finally, the focus is entirely on Logan. with events swirling around eachother and new little new developments that are actually suspenseful. i can’t wrap my… Read more »

Does Demon Wolverine also beat the living snot out of that duplicitous Mystique, too? Could he drag Daken to hell, change places with him, and leave him there…forever?

Well i’m thinking, for those that have already read the issue, that the demon possessing Wolverine is Romulus, there was a seen in which Demon Wolverine and Daken are standing on the roof top and discussing the events previously. It is implied heavily that Mystique is dead, which is untrue, but does Daken not know this? It is also implied with the flashback that the demon is Romulus, and that they have somehow made a deal- but it seems that Daken doesn’t Trust / like this demon Wolverine and is using him for his own ends. I also assume that… Read more »