Sub sub series FC 3216 S2 1.3.45 - Legends of the Dark Claw

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Legends of the Dark Claw

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FC 3216 S2 1.3.45

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v. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.

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Amalgam comics

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New York: D.C. Comics, 1996-

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The title character is the result of Batman merging with Marvel Comic's Wolverine. After the murder of his parents, five-year-old Logan Wayne is sent to Alberta to live with his uncle, a R.C.M.P. officer. Soon after Wayne's arrival in Canada, his uncle is killed in the line of duty, and the child is sent to an orphanage until he enlists with the Royal Canadian Air Force. In the military, he participates in a secret project that endows him with extraordinary physical and mental powers. After the collapse of the programme, Wayne returns to New Gotham City to fight crime. (Information taken from the Dark Claw entry in the Fandom Web site, available online at [accessed 6 January 2017]).

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