Reckoning, Conclusion last edited by Symlen on 09/11/18 09:08AM View full history

“RECKONING,” CONCLUSION Revenge. It is what has motivated Wolverine for over a century. But now, with that revenge within reach…is it really what he wants? More importantly, is it really what he needs? A new era begins as Wolverine finally considers his future instead of his blood-stained past.



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Glad thats over 0

Wolverine Origins #48 This was an ending of a mess that started before Way was on the title.   I think he dealt with it very well.   It was a good open ended conclusion to the battle between Wolverine, Daken, and . is handled and future creators have an out to bring him back, As far as Wolverine and Daken go…Papa spank.   I think things are temporarily settled as we see who the alpha male is and Daken is neutered of the edge he had over his father. Story plot-hole moment though isn’t only the...

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...slightly confused 0

    I have been following this book for quite some time now and as with any other book is has it's series of ups and downs.  My main question is where does all of this fall in the continuity of what is going on in other X books and what has been going on in the marvel universe since the book has began.  Obviously what happens in the book has some repercussions on people outside of the book, but I don't understand how Wolverine has time to deal with Daken, help Steve Rodgers and all the while be ...

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