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About "Asexual: Word of God states Daken doesn't actually care for sex, he just uses it as a way to manipulate people." Is this still accurate? Marjorie Liu calls him bisexual/omnisexual and says that he likes sex in this vid. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WYMfUA-efE Also he is drawn with a porn magazine in his hand and his relationship with Agent Kim looks sincere in Wolverines.
Also was it ever confirmed/denied that he raped the surviving goon in Daken Dark Wolverine #1? (I remember fans fighting over this a long time ago)
And lastly: Shouldn't we just delete Killed Off For Real?
Any time someone lists Killed Off for Real on a Comic Book character's page I sigh.
He is stated to be bi multiple times, sabertooth says to him at one point "you aren't pan, you're a pirate" I assume that means pansexual. I don't think it was ever confirmed he raped that henchman, I remember all the arguments on both sides. It was kind of suggested but left up to imagination.
...why does this page even exist? Daken's not even that notable a character in the Marvel Universe. Besides which, he's basically Sabretooth Lite. With that said, Sabretooth should have gotten a page way before him. Just saying.
There Is No Such Thing as Notability is technically the reason.
Well, this is a wiki. If you thought Sabretooth deserves a page, why not make one?
Question, in the light of his drug use, addiction and subsequent Art Shift, what would be appropriate? Fantastic Drug, since Heat is a comic designer drug and not IRL? Or something else - or is it too little to care about?
Since the drug arc is going to continue until at least issue 17, and therefore serve at least some trope-worthy purpose, I'd say go ahead and put it as either Fantastic Drug. Or possibly a form of MacGuffin, since the drug has served very little purpose in the way of character development, instead serving as a convenient way to keep the plot moving.
Re cut request: Notability is never a factor
It's not about notability, I'm pretty sure we don't give minor characters their own pages - that's what we have character sheets for.
As this article currently stands, all of the information could be moved there as the page is small.
I know this reply comes a decade too late, but he's got his own comic book. There's nothing wrong with troping that comic book.
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