Wraith in Superman Unchained does stand for somthing: "William Rudoplh's Ace In The Hole" for the General who convinced Prez Roosevelt to build his trophy room/base/fortress of secretude. It was in issue 3. Hopefully he has a different name that he was known by on his home world, I think we will learn about his race in the next few issues. As it stands every time I read Wraith, I expect him to revel himself to be Charlie Sheen. :)
I'm gonna paraphrase Agents of SHIELD and say "Someone REALLY wanted to spell 'Wraith.'"
But also that's pretty cool and thanks for the heads up!
Sabretooth told Wolvie that he set up him killing his son. That occured in the same issue Daken died. Thats nothing new
I'll grant you may be right, but does that issue explain how he got Wolverine's future self to tell him what Logan needed to hear to get him to kill Daken? Cause otherwise, it's just Sabretooth blowing smoke. Which is actually what I'm hoping for, because otherwise one of the greatest character moments in Marvel's history is negated.
@knightedsamurai: That DID bother me, but not for that reason. Wolverine's claws are part of his mutation, it was the fact that they were METAL that made my head tilt. Meant to mention that, but it slipped my mind. And wouldn't have affected the score anyway.
Heard some pretty poor things about this issue; something about this cult being a good reason for Barbara to have a messed up head, but at the same time fails to give her a real reason to be a Wonder Woman villain.
Her reason for being a WW villain is separate (somewhat) from her upbringing, but she has a good reason for it.