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on 21 June 2012
After an incident caught on camera where Daken was seen shouting at an old woman and a child, Director of the Dark Avengers initiative Norman Osborn decides to stage a photo op where Daken, or Dark Wolverine, is able to salvage his reputation. Except, inevitably, things go wrong...

I like Daken but there are just too many books with him in them where the stories never go anywhere and unfortunately "My Hero" is one of these. The whole "Dark Avengers" idea always seemed stupid to me and Osborn worried about Daken's rep to the public is one of those pathetic storylines which is just too contrived to matter. Throw in a few D-list villains and show Daken doing un-heroic things (he's Dark remember?) and that's it for this book.

"My Hero" has a dull story at its centre that readers of other Daken books has seen before too many times. Daniel Way and Marjorie Liu are both good writers but this is far from their best effort for this character. Readers looking for a better Daken book should try "The Prince".
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on 21 June 2012
After an incident caught on camera where Daken was seen shouting at an old woman and a child, Director of the Dark Avengers initiative Norman Osborn decides to stage a photo op where Daken, or Dark Wolverine, is able to salvage his reputation. Except, inevitably, things go wrong...

I like Daken but there are just too many books with him in them where the stories never go anywhere and unfortunately "My Hero" is one of these. The whole "Dark Avengers" idea always seemed stupid to me and Osborn worried about Daken's rep to the public is one of those pathetic storylines which is just too contrived to matter. Throw in a few D-list villains and show Daken doing un-heroic things (he's Dark remember?) and that's it for this book.

"My Hero" has a dull story at its centre that readers of other Daken books has seen before too many times. Daniel Way and Marjorie Liu are both good writers but this is far from their best effort for this character. Readers looking for a better Daken book should try "The Prince".
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