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Edit Cast Series cast summary: Rikiya Koyama Yukio 11 episodes, Kazuki Yao Hideki Kurohagi 11 episodes, Kate Higgins Mariko Yashida 9 episodes, JB Blanc Shingen Yashida 8 episodes, Masato Hagiwara Kikyo Mikage 8 episodes, Kosuke Takaguchi Koh 6 episodes, Misato Fukuen As the series progressed, Claremont and Cockrum who preferred Nightcrawler  considered dropping Wolverine from the series;  Cockrum's successor, artist John Byrne , championed the character, later explaining, as a Canadian himself, he did not want to see a Canadian character dropped.
Hook in the sports film Slap Shot. Later stories gradually establish Wolverine's murky past and unstable nature, which he battles to keep in check.
Byrne also designed a new brown-and-tan costume for Wolverine, but retained the distinctive Cockrum cowl. Following Byrne's departure, Wolverine remained in X-Men.
The character's growing popularity led to a solo, four-issue, Wolverine September—December , by Claremont and Frank Miller, followed by the six-issue Kitty Pryde and Wolverine by Claremont and Al Milgrom Nov.
Marvel launched an ongoing solo book written by Claremont with art by John Buscema in November It ran for issues.
Larry Hama later took over the series and had an extensive run. Other writers who wrote for the two Wolverine ongoing series include Peter David , Archie Goodwin , Erik Larsen , Frank Tieri, Greg Rucka , Mark Millar , and Gregg Hurwitz.
Many artists have also worked on the series, including John Byrne, Gene Colan, Marc Silvestri , Mark Texeira , Adam Kubert , Leinil Francis Yu , Rob Liefeld , Sean Chen , Darick Robertson , John Romita Jr.
During the s, the character was revealed to have bone claws, after his adamantium is ripped out by Magneto in X-Men 25, which was inspired by a passing joke of Peter David's.
In addition to the Wolverine series and appearances in the various X-Men series, two other storylines expand upon the character's past: "Weapon X", by writer-artist Barry Windsor-Smith , serialized in Marvel Comics Presents 72—84 ; and Origin , a six-issue limited series by co-writers Joe Quesada , Paul Jenkins , and Bill Jemas and artist Andy Kubert Nov.
A second solo series, Wolverine: Origins , written by Daniel Way with art by Steve Dillon , spun off of , and ran concurrently with, the second Wolverine solo series.
Wolverine appeared as a regular character throughout both the — Avengers series and the — New Avengers series.
Despite suggestions that co-creator Len Wein originally intended for Logan to be a mutated wolverine cub, evolved to humanoid form by an already established Marvel geneticist, the High Evolutionary ,  Wein denies this:.
While I readily admit that my original idea was for Wolvie's claws to extend from the backs of his gloves I absolutely did not ever intend to make Logan a mutated wolverine.
I write stories about human beings, not evolved animals with apologies for any story I may have written that involved the High Evolutionary.
The mutated wolverine thing came about long after I was no longer involved with the book. I'm not certain if the idea was first suggested by Chris Claremont, the late, much-missed Dave Cockrum, or John Byrne when he came aboard as artist, but it most certainly did not start with me.
Wein said on the X-Men Origins: Wolverine Blu-ray special features that he has read "Ten things you did not know about Wolverine", which says the character was originally intended to be a mutated wolverine cub, and that this rekindled Wein's frustration.
He again stated that he had "always known that Wolverine was a mutant. In an article about the evolution of Wolverine included in a reprint of The Incredible Hulk —, titled Incredible Hulk and Wolverine , Cockrum said he considered having the High Evolutionary play a vital role in making Wolverine a human.
This changed when Wein saw Cockrum's drawing of the unmasked Wolverine as a hairy year-old. Writer Jeph Loeb used a similar origin for Wolverine in the Marvel continuity, having feral mutants be an evolved lifeform.
John Byrne said, both in interviews and on his website, that he drew a possible face for Wolverine, but then learned that Dave Cockrum had already drawn him unmasked in X-Men 98 April , long before Byrne's run on the series.
Byrne then conceived of the idea of Sabretooth being Wolverine's father. In , a Newsarama story stated Wolverine was set to appear in Hunt for Wolverine , exploring the mystery behind Logan's return.
In , Marvel announced the upcoming five-issue Return of Wolverine miniseries, which is set to end the trilogy started in Death of Wolverine and Hunt for Wolverine.
Wolverine was born as James Howlett in northern Alberta , Canada, approximately near Cold Lake during the late 19th century, purportedly to rich farm owners John and Elizabeth Howlett,  though he is actually the illegitimate son of the Howletts' groundskeeper, Thomas Logan.
In retaliation, young James kills Thomas with bone claws that emerge from the back of his hands, as his mutation manifests.
Following the death of his Blackfoot lover, Silver Fox , at the hands of Victor Creed, now known as Sabretooth ,  he is ushered into the Canadian military during World War I.
Logan spends time in Madripoor before settling in Japan , where he marries Itsu and has a son, Daken.
Logan is unaware of his son for many years. During World War II, Logan teams up with Captain America  and continues a career as a mercenary.
He serves with the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion  during D-Day , and later with the CIA before being recruited by Team X , a black ops unit.
As a member of Team X , Logan is given false memory implants. Eventually breaking free of this mental control, he joins the Canadian Defense Ministry.
Logan is subsequently kidnapped by the Weapon X program, where he remains captive and experimented on, until he escapes.
James and Heather Hudson help him recover his humanity following his escape, and Logan begins work as an intelligence operative for the Canadian government's Department H.
He becomes Wolverine, one of Canada's first superheroes. In his first mission, he is dispatched to stop the destruction caused by a brawl between the Hulk and the Wendigo.
Later, Professor Charles Xavier recruits Wolverine to a new iteration of his superhero-mutant team, the X-Men where he shares a relationship to Jean Grey with Cyclops.
In X-Men 25 , at the culmination of the " Fatal Attractions " crossover , the supervillain Magneto forcibly removes the adamantium from Wolverine's skeleton.
This massive trauma causes his healing factor to burn out and also leads to the discovery that his claws are actually bone. Wolverine leaves the X-Men for a time, embarking on a series of adventures during which his healing factor returns.
Feral by nature, Wolverine's mutation process will eventually cause him to degenerate physically into a more primitive, bestial state.
After his return to the X-Men, Cable 's son Genesis kidnaps Wolverine and attempts to re-bond adamantium to his skeleton. He is temporarily changed into a semi-sentient beast-like form.
Eventually, the villain Apocalypse captures Wolverine, brainwashes him into becoming the Horseman Death , and successfully re-bonds adamantium to his skeleton.
Wolverine overcomes Apocalypse's programming and returns to the X-Men. In , Mark Millar took on Wolverine with the "Enemy of the State" story arc.
Wolverine travels to Japan to search for Mariko's missing nephew, but it was a trap by the Hand to brainwash Wolverine. Wolverine kills The Hornet , so Elektra and S.
He is not able to injure the team, but hacks their computer and steals Reed's anti- Galactus weapons before teleporting out.
He threatens Rachel Summers with a bomb that will kill the students unless she uses Cerebro to kill the president.
Instead, she figures out how to disarm the bomb. Right before he is subdued, Wolverine strikes at Kitty Pryde, who phases, so his blades kill Northstar.
Hydra then strikes the S. Wolverine then tracks down Northstar and the Dawn of the White Hand with three reprogrammed sentinels.
It turns out she can't be brainwashed since she's been resurrected so many times. They finish off the Hand leaders, then track down The Gorgon , whom Wolverine kills by showing him a reflection of himself on his adamantium claws.
Wolverine is finally able to track down the grave of the missing boy. In Wolverine vol. He does not speak a word in the issue, which suggested to Millar by Will Eisner , to resolve Millar's perception that Wolverine's normal manner of speech would not be an appropriate fit for the story's setting.
In , author Brian Michael Bendis had Wolverine join the New Avengers. During the miniseries House of M , Wolverine is able to recall that his previous memories and uses mutant Layla Miller , to deconstruct the world Scarlet Witch created.
Wolverine is one of the few characters who can remember the House of M world and seeks out to enact vengeance on those who wronged him.
Wolverine then makes it his mission to rescue Daken and stop Romulus from manipulating or harming anyone again. During the events of the " Messiah Complex " storyline, Cyclops orders Wolverine to reform X-Force.
In , writer Mark Millar and artist Steve McNiven explored a possible future for Wolverine in an eight-issue story arc entitled " Old Man Logan " that debuted with Wolverine Millar, the writer for the story, said, "It's The Dark Knight Returns for Wolverine, essentially.
The big, wide, show-stopping series that plays around with the most popular Marvel character of the last forty years, a dystopian vision of the Marvel Universe and a unique look at their futures.
The heroes have gone, the villains have won and we're two generations away from the Marvel we know. In X-Men 5, it is revealed that in order for Wolverine to fully infiltrate the ranks of the vampires that were attacking Utopia at the behest of Dracula's son Xarus when Wolverine thought the vampire virus had simply bested his healing factor during the " Curse of the Mutants " storyline, Cyclops has to infect him with nanites that are capable of shutting off Wolverine's healing factor.
Cyclops can activate them by merely clicking a button on a remote control device he carries with him at all times. They trick him into trying to save his girlfriend Melita Garner who was Mystique in disguise and then trap him in a mystical circle to send him straight to Hell.
While he is in Hell, a group of demons possess Wolverine's body. The demons then attack Wraith while he is at church, then they attack Colossus.
The Red Right Hand then start to kill off people that Wolverine knows, like the Silver Samurai. While in Hell, Wolverine confronts Thomas Logan, the groundskeeper of Wolverine's legal father, who is revealed to be Wolverine's biological father.
Wolverine is also reunited with various people he has either killed or died because of him, both foes led by Sabretooth and friends. Wolverine manages to escape from Hell with the help of Melita, Daimon Hellstrom , and the Ghost Rider.
The X-Men find out that Wolverine is possessed and decide that he should die to protect humankind, believing Wolverine would prefer to die rather than kill innocents.
Wolverine is attacked on all sides by fighting the demons that still possess him and the X-Men that want him killed. He subsequently tracks down the Red Right Hand and kills their team of killers, the Mongrels.
Wolverine fights his way through them only to find that the Red Right Hand's members have all committed suicide, while a pre-recorded message reveals that the Mongrels were all his illegitimate children.
Unable to seek vengeance, Logan drags his children to the graves of their mothers before abandoning the world altogether. Broken and depressed, Wolverine secludes himself in the frozen wilderness and travels with a pack of wolves, eating little scraps of what's left of their kills.
Poachers find the pack and capture any wolves that are young enough to fight. Wolverine goes to find his pack and kills the poachers.
As he debates going back to the wild and hiding in deeper seclusion, he finds injured children whom the poachers were using to fight wolves for sport.
Wolverine returns the children to their families only to be found by Melita and his allies who convince him to come back to civilization.
At the beginning of the events of " X-Men: Schism ", Cyclops thanks Wolverine for always being there for him as they seem to finally have come to a mutually spoken and understood respect for each other after years of fighting and rivalry.
While at a conference for weapon control, Kid Omega Quentin Quire launches a psychic terrorist attack on the ambassadors present.
In response, Sentinels are deployed at the conference and are disposed of by Cyclops and Wolverine. Due to growing fears of mutant threats, countries around the world begin to mobilize their Sentinel forces.
As Cyclops begins to deploy X-Men around the globe to deal with the threat, Wolverine returns to Utopia to find Hope Summers and the Lights waiting for their combat training lesson.
After insulting Hope's team and realizing that Idie is losing her childhood, Wolverine asks Kitty Pryde to make him a doll to give to Idie. Wolverine gives the doll to Idie and eats ice cream with her while news reports of Sentinel activity play and tensions build around Utopia.
Sometime after, Kid Omega shows up on Utopia. Wolverine tries to attack Kid Omega when Cyclops stops him. While Cyclops sends a team of some of his most powerful X-Men, as well as some of the island students, to a local mutant museum exhibit as a "show of force", Wolverine goes to a local bar to sulk in his aggravation with the current situation.
The new Hellfire Club attacks the exhibit and incapacitates all senior X-Men present. As Wolverine rushes to the museum to help from the bar and Cyclops flies in from Utopia, Idie asks if she should kill the Hellfire Club to help.
While Wolverine protests against it profusely, Cyclops tells Idie to do what she feels is right. Idie kills almost every Hellfire Club member left to save her friends and mentors.
Wolverine pops his claws at Cyclops in anger that he used a child to save the day, but restrains himself when he realizes what he is doing. From the wreckage of the museum, a sentinel begins to form.
While Wolverine tries to stop the sentinel from maturing, he is thrown into the ocean. Shortly after, Wolverine swims on to Utopia and tells the mutant children that they need to leave.
Cyclops tells the students to fight together and that they can beat the sentinel, but Wolverine objects to using children to fight battles.
Cyclops doesn't listen and begins to prepare the students for combat. Shortly after Wolverine returns with a detonator to blow up Utopia and orders all remaining people on the island to evacuate.
Cyclops and Wolverine's frustration with each other comes to a head when Cyclops brings up Jean Grey saying that she never loved Wolverine and always feared him.
Wolverine replies "And if she were here right now, who do you think she would be more frightened of? In the morning, Cyclops and Wolverine stand victorious with the students all living, but Wolverine cannot continue watching Cyclops use children as soldiers to fight these battles.
Wolverine announces his departure from Utopia and indicates he will take any mutant on the island who wants to leave with him.
While Wolverine does not leave as an enemy of Cyclops and his X-Men, he makes clear he wants both sides to stay out of the others business. Wolverine returns to Westchester, New York to open a new school, the " Jean Grey School for Higher Learning ".
After the Schism, around half of all the mutants on Utopia accompany Wolverine to Westchester to be a part of the new school.
He appoints himself as the headmaster, Kitty Pryde as the co-headmistress, Hank McCoy as the vice-principal, and various other characters such as Rogue , Cannonball , Iceman , Rachel Grey , and Gambit are appointed as the school's staff.
Toad is appointed as a janitor. The first issue focuses on the state education board visiting to approve of their school application.
As Logan and Kitty give the delegation a tour, Kade Kilgore shows up and tells Logan that he is the one who caused the Schism and he will destroy all that Logan has worked to build up.
Wolverine founded the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning, spending all the fortune that he had amassed over the years upon it.
Wolverine made it clear that he didn't want to lose any of the kids and fought as hard as he could against the Frankenstein Monsters whom Iceman defeated by making Ice clones of himself.
Then, they were attacked by the Hellfire Club, who were in possession of a spawn of the original Krakoa. Kid Omega , who wants to prove himself to Broo , Idie and Kid Gladiator, reasoned with Krakoa who then joined Wolverine's X-Men.
Wolverine confronts the Hellfire Club tells them to stay away from his school, though he admonishes Krakoa not to attack them.
As the school is rebuilt, Logan is informed that Krakoa was glad they allowed him to stay and Logan notes the advantage of school grounds that could defend itself.
When the Phoenix Force returned to Earth, Wolverine sided with the Avengers and went with them to Utopia to take Hope Summers into custody as they suspected her of being the Phoenix Force's intended host.
Wolverine found this particularly difficult to do as he was forced to fight those he once thought of as family.
Cyclops tries to convince Wolverine to switch sides and become part of the X-Men once more. Wolverine is infuriated, feeling Cyclops has betrayed what the X-Men stood for, and did not have the right to determine who was a part of them.
After Hope's escape, Wolverine accompanies her to the Blue Area of the Moon. She promises to let Wolverine kill her if she is unable to control the Phoenix Force; her only request is that she gets the chance to control it.
However, Wolverine betrays her by summoning the Avengers. She asks Wolverine to kill her, but he is prevented from doing so by Cyclops.
Eventually, the Phoenix Force possesses the X-Men present on the moon, who then return to Earth, leaving Wolverine and the Avengers injured on the Blue Area of the Moon.
After "Avengers vs X-Men", Wolverine gives a eulogy at the funeral of Professor X, where he admits that he wanted to kill Cyclops.
The team's first mission pits them against a clone of the Red Skull who had grafted Professor X's brain onto his own. During those events, a solo mission left Wolverine infected with an "intelligent virus" hailing from the Microverse.
While his healing factor purges the infection from his body, the viral agent was still able to suppress Wolverine's healing factor, leaving him in the search for a cure.
In September and October , the " Death of Wolverine " storyline began after a virus from the microverse turned off Wolverine's healing factor, allowing his enemies to be able to kill him.
Heroes such as Mister Fantastic offered to work on finding a means of reactivating his healing factor. When he learned that a bounty had been placed on his head, Logan resolved to find his foe, eventually identifying it as Doctor Abraham Cornelius , the founder of the Weapon X program.
After defeating Dr. Cornelius' latest experiment, Wolverine slashed the adamantium container before it could be infected with Dr. Cornelius' chemicals and Wolverine gets covered in it during the process.
Wolverine dies from suffocation from the hardening adamantium. Wanting to possess Logan, Ogun traveled to the Paradise facility to find him already dead, so instead he made Sharp his host.
The aftermath of Wolverine's death is explored in the series Wolverines. The group infiltrate Mister Sinister's fortress to retrieve the body, but it is taken by the X-Men after a battle.
As one of his last requests, Wolverine arranged for Spider-Man to become a member of the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning's staff , wanting Spider-Man to investigate a suspected double agent.
Storm even noted after Sinister's defeat that Spider-Man's unconventional attitude made him more like Wolverine than she had acknowledged.
Black Widow tracked a knife covered in Wolverine's blood in the possession of A. Captain America and Deadpool went to retrieve it in order to prevent A.
Deadpool was given the blood-covered knife by Captain America to do with it as he wanted. Deadpool had recently acquired an incubator that could create new bodies using a DNA sample.
Deadpool deferred the decision to bring Wolverine back to life until he had more time to think on whether it would have been what Wolverine wanted.
X begins wearing a variation of Wolverine's costume and adopts his codename. An alternate timeline version of Wolverine known as Old Man Logan who arrives after the Secret Wars from Earth is invited to join the Extraordinary X-Men.
In the afterlife, Wolverine makes a brief reappearance when he, Phoenix and Amanda Sefton encourage Nightcrawler , who has just been fatally stabbed by the Crimson Pirates, to return to the land of the living.
In Marvel Legacy 1, the time-displaced Jean Grey discovers the adamantium shell in Wolverine's grave has been cracked open and is empty.
Meanwhile, Wolverine acquires the Space Infinity Gem after killing the Frost Giant that was targeting it on Loki's behalf. Later, Logan is shown looking to meet up with Captain America,  Jane Foster ,  Spider-Man,  the Avengers,  and other heroes, all of whom are otherwise unoccupied and unaware of his attempts.
While camping, Wolverine was attacked by some Ultron Virus-infected aliens and manage to defend himself thanks to the Space Stone he wields.
Wolverine is soon afterwards confronted by Loki for a warning of the upcoming War and many villains who are trying to seek the stones will eventually pursue Logan and the rest of his allies who have the Infinity Gems soon.
In the months predating the Hunt for Wolverine , someone looking like Wolverine popped up in several comics' last pages, hinting to a possible return of the clawed mutant.
It has been revealed that before the time-displaced Jean Grey "discovers" the adamantium shell in Wolverine's grave has been cracked open and is empty, the X-Men set up Wolverine's 'public' grave in the cabin and were able to get his body out of the adamantium shell by having Kitty phase his corpse out of it, subsequently burying him in a secret location in Canada while leaving the shell as a site for others to attend in memorial of him.
The shell is cracked when the Reavers attempt to steal Wolverine's corpse and shortly after that attack, Kitty visits the 'real' grave and realizes that it is empty.
Kitty contacts Daredevil and Tony Stark for help finding who took Wolverine, but all are left concerned at the questions of who would even know the location of the true grave- which was known only by a few key X-Men- and whether Wolverine was stolen or 'woke up' on his own as the X-Men also began their investigation, leaving the time-displaced Jean Grey alone in the cabin.
The Return of Wolverine miniseries focusing on Wolverine's resurrection opens with Wolverine having been brought back to life in an amnesic state by an initially unidentified force, forcing him on a search for answers as he learns that he is being hunted by a force capable of reanimating the dead.
He eventually realizes that he was brought back to life by Persephone, who has used her ability to revive the dead to restore various people to act as her agents and complete certain key assignments to arrange for the construction of a complex satellite network.
The completion of this network would allow her to 'kill' humanity and then revive them in a state where she could control the amount of brainpower they possessed, allowing her to use some of them as drones while others would be capable of more independent action to benefit her regime.
However, when she revived Logan to assist her, his restoration also reactivated his healing factor, allowing him to come back to life on his own after his assignment for Persephone had concluded, with Logan restoring enough of his memory to accept that he had to destroy Persephone's satellite base, surviving the subsequent crash to Earth.
After the apparent disappearance of the rest of the X-Men, Logan responded to a call from the resurrected Cyclops to meet at a key location, the two fighting off the Purifiers, Reavers, and Sapien League that had responded to Cyclops' call,  before setting out to find and restore the X-Men.
After intel provided by Moira MacTaggart suggests the probable origin for the creation of Nimrod , Wolverine joins the X-Men to attack the Orchis Organization's Mother Mold solar orbiting space station , a Master Mold capable of creating other Master Mold Sentinels.
As his teammates fall one by one and racing against time due to Orchis' premature activation of the Mother Mold, Wolverine and Nightcrawler volunteer for a suicide mission to teleport into the vacuum of space directly on top of the unguarded docking collar 's last remaining coupling.
The two longtime friends then say their goodbyes to each other, with Kurt assuring Logan that he need not worry about the fate of his soul, as he will be waiting to welcome him into the afterlife.
As Nightcrawler is disintegrated moments after arriving by the intense heat of the sun, Wolverine's body immediately ignites into flames and he succeeds in cutting through the coupling before he and the awakening Mother Mold are vaporized as they fall into the sun.
Wolverine, along with the rest of the X-Men who perished in the attack on the Mother Mold space station, is then resurrected in the Arbor Magus' hatchery on the Pacific island of Krakoa using a heretofore unseen 48 hour cloning process performed by Egg , Proteus , Hope Summers , Elixir and Tempus.
James Howlett's DNA was provided by Mr. Sinister using genetic samples collected in the past which had since been converted to holographic sequencing and James Howlett's memories were provided by Professor Charles Xavier, who uploaded them into the clone of Wolverine's brain using Cerebro version 7.
Wolverine is a mutant with a number of both natural and artificial improvements to his physiology. Wolverine's primary mutant power is an accelerated healing process, typically referred to as his mutant healing factor , that regenerates damaged or destroyed tissues of his body far beyond that of normal humans.
In addition to accelerated healing of physical traumas, Wolverine's healing factor makes him extraordinarily resistant to diseases, drugs and toxins.
However, he can still suffer the immediate effects of such substances in massive quantities; he has been seen to become intoxicated after ingesting significant amounts of alcohol,  and has been incapacitated on several occasions with large amounts of powerful drugs and poisons;  S.
A study by the University of British Columbia states that Wolverine's healing factor resembles the axolotl 's ability to regenerate lost limbs.
It suggests that a novel protein—which the study's authors dubbed Howlett—found in tissue samples taken from him, and which resembles the Amblox protein found in axolotl but is much more efficient, is responsible for Wolverine's rapid regeneration.
While the adamantium in his body stops or reduces many injuries, his healing factor must also work constantly to prevent metal poisoning from killing him.
When his healing powers were rendered inactive, Beast synthesized a drug to counteract the adamantium poisoning.
Wolverine's healing factor also dramatically affects his aging process, allowing him to live far beyond the normal lifespan of normal humans.
Despite being born in the late 19th century,  he has the appearance, conditioning, health and vitality of a man in his physical prime.
While seemingly ageless, it is unknown exactly how greatly his healing factor extends his life expectancy. Although Wolverine's body heals, the healing factor does not suppress the pain he endures while injured.
Depictions of the speed and extent of injury to which Wolverine can heal vary due to a broad degree of artistic license employed by various comic book writers.
Originally, this was portrayed as accelerated healing of minor wounds,  though Chris Claremont , head writer of the X-Men comics from the mid s to the early s increased Wolverine's healing factor substantially, though not nearly as much as later writers would.
During the s, Wolverine's mutant healing factor is depicted as being able to heal massive levels of trauma, though his recovery time could extend to days, weeks or months before fully healing; often depending upon the severity of the injuries, their extent and the frequency with which they're inflicted.
In the series, Wolverine is referred to as an "adaptive self-healer" after undergoing numerous traumatic injuries to test the efficiency of his healing factor.
Wolverine has endured so much trauma, and so frequently, that his healing factor has adapted, becoming faster and more efficient to cope with increasing levels of trauma.
It is possible to suppress the efficiency of Wolverine's healing powers; for example, if an object composed of adamantium is inserted and remains lodged within his body, his healing powers are slowed dramatically.
It has been suggested that Wolverine can be killed by drowning. Wolverine vol. Due to a combination of Wolverine's healing factor and high-level psionic shields implanted by Professor Xavier, Wolverine's mind is highly resistant to telepathic assault and probing.
It acts as a type of natural defense, even against a psychic as powerful as Emma Frost. Wolverine's mutation also consists of animal-like adaptations of his body, including pronounced, and sharp fang-like canines and three retractable claws housed within each forearm.
While originally depicted as bionic implants created by the Weapon X program,  the claws are later revealed to be a natural part of his body.
Wolverine's hands do not have openings for the claws to move through: they cut through his flesh every time he extrudes them, with occasional references implying that he feels a brief moment of slight pain in his hands when he unsheathes them.
Wolverine's senses of sight, smell, and hearing are all superhumanly acute. He can see with perfect clarity at greater distances than an ordinary human, even in near-total darkness.
His hearing is enhanced in a similar manner, allowing him to hear sounds ordinary humans cannot and also hear to greater distances.
Wolverine is able to use his sense of smell to track targets by scent, even if the scent has been eroded somewhat over time by natural factors.
This sense also allows him to identify shapeshifting mutants despite other forms they may take. On more than one occasion, Wolverine's entire skeleton, including his claws, has been molecularly infused with adamantium.
Due to their coating, his claws can cut almost any known solid material, including most metals, wood, and some varieties of stone.
The only known exceptions are adamantium itself and Captain America 's shield , which is made out of a proto-adamantium- vibranium alloy. Vibranium alone is not comparable in terms of durability with adamantium and has been broken by Colossus.
Wolverine's ability to slice completely through a substance depends upon both the amount of force he can exert and the thickness of the substance.
His claws can also be used to block attacks or projectiles, as well as dig into surfaces allowing Wolverine to climb structures.
Wolverine's healing factor also affects a number of his physical attributes by increasing them to superhuman levels.
His stamina is sufficiently heightened to the point he can exert himself for numerous hours, even after exposure to powerful tranquilizers.
During and after the Return of Wolverine , Logan has showcased a mysterious new ability where the adamantium in his claws can heat up to incredibly high, yet undisclosed, level of temperatures.
The essence of Logan's character is a "failed samurai". To Samurai, duty is all, selfless service the path to their ultimate ambition, death with grace.
During Wolverine's time in Japan and other countries, he became proficient in many forms of martial arts , with experience in many different fighting styles.
He is proficient with most weaponry, including firearms, though he is partial to bladed weapons. He has demonstrated sufficient skills to defeat expert martial artist Shang-Chi  and Captain America  in single combat.
He also has a wide knowledge of the body and pressure points. Wolverine will sometimes lapse into a " berserker rage" while in close combat.
In this state, he lashes out with the intensity and aggression of an enraged animal and is even more resistant to psionic attack.
Logan adheres to a firm code of personal honor and morality. In contrast to his brutish nature, Wolverine is extremely knowledgeable. Due to his longer lifespan, he has traveled around the world and amassed extensive knowledge of foreign languages and cultures.
He is fluent in English , Japanese , Russian , Chinese , Cheyenne , Spanish , Arabic , and Lakota ; he also has some knowledge of French , Filipino , Thai , Vietnamese , Italian , Korean , Hindi , Telugu , Persian , [ citation needed ] German ,  and Portuguese.
Wolverine is frequently depicted as a gruff loner , often taking leave from the X-Men to deal with personal issues or problems.
He is often irreverent and rebellious towards authority figures, though he is a reliable ally and capable leader, and has occasionally displayed a wry, sarcastic sense of humor.
He has been a mentor and father figure to several younger women, especially Jubilee , Kitty Pryde and X , and has had failed romantic relationships with numerous women most notably Mariko Yashida.
He also married Viper as part of a debt,  then later divorced her. Most significantly, Weapon X is missing a hand, cut off by Cyclops who in turn is missing an eye thanks to Weapon X.
The claws on this hand still exist, however, which appear by piercing through the metal stump covering the break.
Consistent with the main characterization, this version is also shown to be a loner, his back story presenting him as an unwilling recruit to the X-Men.
He and Jean Grey are lovers in this reality. Later he offered himself to the Celestials to prevent the planet's judgment and was further augmented by the Celestial technology, yet while he had ascended in form and power, his mind had become so twisted to the point of assembling a deadly group of genetically modified warriors known as the Black Legion and sent them to kill Charles Lehnsherr, the infant son of Magneto and Rogue.
He also captured his teammate Storm and renamed her as Orordius after using the Celestial technology on her, enslaving and transforming her into a blind seer made of living stone.
He also intended to do the same to Jean Grey, by turning her into the Horseman of Death, but his efforts were prevented by the Uncanny X-Force from the Main Reality, who had traveled to the Age of Apocalypse seeking a celestial life seed.
In the Age of X reality, Wolverine's powers have been virtually lost after he was forced to ingest a mutant 'cure' in order to dispose of it; although his healing factor can stop the cure totally affecting him, it is now so focused on fighting the cure and the adamantium poisoning of his metal skeleton that he cannot fight any more, as any additional strain placed on his system could kill him.
In the Amalgam Comics community, Wolverine was combined with Batman to create Dark Claw. In the Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows timeline, Wolverine is married to Jean Grey and they are the co-directors of education at Xavier's school for Gifted Youngsters.
They also have a daughter named Kate, who is nicknamed "Shine. The fallout of this decision tore apart Jean and Cyclops, leading to her marriage to Logan.
In the alternate version of Civil War seen in the Secret Wars event, Wolverine is on Captain America's side, as is also a grey version of the Hulk.
In the Onslaught Reborn mini-series, the Wolverine of Counter-Earth is revealed to have been masquerading as that Earth's version of Hawkeye. In this alternate reality the X-Men fail to prevent the assassination of Senator Robert Kelly , which results in Sentinels ruling the United States of America by AD.
Mutants fall one by one at the hands of the Sentinels, until only Wolverine, Storm, Colossus and Kitty Pryde Shadowcat are left.
They are confronted by a group of Sentinels and Wolverine lunges at one, ready to slice off the Sentinel's head, but his flesh is burned off by the Sentinel's hand laser.
Wolverine seemingly dies and his charred Adamantium skeleton falls onto the ground. Later on in the Earth X: Heralds storyline, Wolverine is revived by X's machine.
In the seventh issue of this series, Deadpool visits a universe where the wild west still exists. There Wolverine is a bounty hunter looking to make some money by capturing the Deadpool Kid.
According to the information in the Earth X miniseries Paradise X: Heralds , the second child of the Howletts died in childbirth and the Howletts found and adopted an infant member of the Moon Clan, a bestial race which has co-existed with humanity for hundreds of thousands of years.
This Clan, which is also dubbed wolf clan, were mortal enemies of the Bear Clan, to which Sabretooth belongs. Supposedly, it is this Moon Tribe child who was named James Howlett and would grow up to become Wolverine explaining the enmity between Wolverine and Sabretooth in this alternative reality.
It is also revealed that this seemingly divergent sub-species is in fact what the "true" human species would have become if not for the Celestials' intervention and genetic tampering.
In the Earth X series, Wolverine has married Jean Grey; however, they are now overweight and fit the image of a bickering couple. When the Skull attacks New York, Wolverine refuses to aid Captain America and the other heroes in fighting him.
Jean, disgusted, leaves Logan, but not before claiming that she is in fact Madelyne Pryor. The two later reconcile, but have not gotten back together.
Another version of Wolverine, originating from Earth, was revealed by Sabretooth to have joined an alternative, more sinister version of Weapon X in the Exiles series.
At some point in Weapon X's travels, this version of Wolverine was killed. Like other fallen members of the Exiles and Weapon X, his body was stored in a stasis wall inside the Timebreakers ' crystal palace before he was sent home to his own timeline to be cremated by his loved ones.
Issue 85 and 86 followed the adventures of several Wolverines from different timelines gathered in an attempt to stop a mutant known as Brother Mutant , a being with the combined powers of Wolverine, Magneto, Quicksilver , Scarlet Warlock a male version of the Scarlet Witch and Mesmero.
Different teams of Wolverines were gathered and each fell to the hypnotic powers of Brother Mutant. When most of this team fell before Brother Mutant's followers, Logan and James Howlett were able to contact the Timebreakers and convinced them to gather the original Exiles to help defeat Brother Mutant.
Issue shows Wolverine as an agent of HYDRA which he leads together with the Invisible Woman , with whom Logan has a relationship.
They also appear in the following New Exiles series, where he is ultimately killed by an alternative version of Shadowcat.
In the future of Future Imperfect , where Earth was decimated by nuclear war and the Hulk had become the insane dictator known as the Maestro , the now-elderly Rick Jones kept Wolverine's skeleton as one of the many mementoes of the age of heroes, his words implying that Wolverine was killed in the nuclear fallout of the two world wars between the present and his time.
Rick was later killed when his attempt to defend himself from the Maestro with Captain America's shield caused him to be thrown out of his wheelchair and impaled on the skeleton's claws, the Maestro grimly commenting on the amusing irony of Rick being killed by one relic while defending himself with another.
From the "Exalted" storyline of Astonishing X-Men and X-Treme X-Men vol. Howlett was part of an expedition to the lost city of Shangri-La. There, his skeleton was bonded with the adamantine.
However, he was taken from his world by some means when the Saviour came calling. He was held for a time, but escaped with the help of Scott Summers.
Now he is a member of a dimension-hopping X-Men team and assisted with hunting down ten evil Xaviers from various alternative timelines in order to save the multiverse.
He is in a relationship with his world's Hercules ; however, their relationship is considered illicit because the gods of Olympus are not permitted to consort with mortals.
In the alternative future of the Guardians of the Galaxy , Wolverine's adamantium skeleton is reanimated and controlled by the brain of Doctor Doom.
Additionally, one of the villains appearing in the series, in which Wolverine is still remembered with awe as "the Brood Slayer", is his great-great-granddaughter Rancor , who is obsessed with her ancestor and owns one of his broken off claws.
Rancor comes to rule a human colony, which had been founded by Wolverine and other mutants, hundreds of years ago. She came from a long lineage, all claiming rulership by relation to Wolverine.
Most were murderous tyrants. It is, however, hinted at that Wolverine is still alive. Alluded to by several "shots" of an unrevealed, shadowy individual, which included captions and character comments heightening the suggestion.
The character is never revealed, leaving the question of who they were unanswered. While it is a strongly held belief that he will live hundreds of years, this suggests Logan has the potential to live for thousands of years, but how it may fit into Marvel canon is unknown.
In the " Here Comes Tomorrow "story arc, set years in an alternative future, Wolverine is still alive and part of group fighting against a version of Beast possessed by Sublime.
This version of Wolverine is killed when Beast artificially gives himself the powers of the Phoenix Force and turns off Wolverine's healing factor, before beating him to death.
This future is averted by Jean Grey. This version of Wolverine comes from hundreds of years into the future. He is part of a group called "The Last Defenders", who, led by a future version of Sue Storm , have come back in time to save the last of humanity.
During the Fantastic Force mini-series Logan briefly leads the team when they find themselves under attack from various enemies summoned by Gaea the living spirit of the Fantastic Force's now barren earth.
Due to the abandonment of all life she has been driven insane and attempts to force them back in to their timeline. After several confrontations and fights, Logan elects to stay behind in the future and to aid Gaea in restoring herself by sharing his healing factor.
The two are last seen tending to a garden with Gaea pregnant. Although another reality, the Wolverine of House of M is the Wolverine, retaining his memories from the old reality, including his untampered past.
After the House falls, he retains these memories. The House of M Wolverine was a head operative of S. In the Marvel Mangaverse reality Wolverine, not Charles Xavier , formed the X-Men Wolverine, Cyclops , Storm , Mirage and Jean Grey forming the core of the group, with Rogue living with them.
Wolverine has one set of long metal claws—most likely adamantium and shaped like katanas on his left hand, and another set, on his right hand, composed of red energy like Cyclops's optic beams and shaped like lightsabers.
Wolverine has incredible strength. He has white hair it is later changed to black in the new mangaverse and a strange tattoo on his face, possibly meant to be the Greek symbol Omega.
In this reality, he and Cyclops are brothers. Wolverine cost Cyclops one of his eyes, while it is hinted that Cyclops cost Wolverine one of his hands.
This seems to be why one of Wolverine's sets of claws is energy while the other is metal. Throughout this story with the exception of a pair of panels, Wolverine was depicted with two flesh and blood hands, but his right hand had claws of energy, not adamantium.
The flesh and blood appearance of both hands continued in the final issue of the first arc of Mangaverse.
He is also hinted to have had a relationship with Jean Grey, who had begun to favor Cyclops. Jean Grey's rejection of him has clearly left him with some issues since he said he had a thing for redheads and flirts with Spider-woman Mary Jane Watson in New Mangaverse 2.
It is clear that his advances are unwanted and that Mary Jane is scared of him. When Logan grabs her, Spider-Man becomes angry and tries to fight him but proves to be no match for Wolverine and it is ultimately the Black Cat that stops him.
He flirts with the Black Cat throughout the New Mangaverse miniseries, saying "I've always been a sucker for a girl with a nice set of In the New Mangaverse, Wolverine teams up with the Black Cat, Captain America Carol Danvers , Iron Man , Spider-Man, Spider-Woman Mary Jane Watson , and The Torch Jonatha Storm, Sioux Storm 's half sister, this reality's Human Torch to fight the Hand some of the organization's more prominent members being Lady Deathstrike, Elektra , Silver Samurai , Sunfire , and a brainwashed Sharon Carter.
In X-Men Noir , set in the Marvel Noir reality, "Captain" Logan is a heavily scarred bootlegger operating in the New York Chinatown and adept at defending himself with a metallic claw.
In the alternative Marvel Zombies universe, Wolverine is one of many heroes who become infected by the zombie virus.
He is actually infected when both zombies Captain America , and Hawkeye bite him. The virus overwhelms his healing factor, so he can no longer heal from any injury.
He, along with other zombies, attempted to slay the Silver Surfer. Wolverine attacks the Surfer but his body is decayed so much that his right arm is torn apart, as his adamantium bones are stronger than his rotting flesh.
Eventually Wolverine and the other zombies are successful in killing and eating the Surfer. As a result, he and the others gain the Silver Surfer's cosmic power and wound and devour Galactus , becoming the creatures collectively known as The Galacti.
The Marvel Zombies attack a Skrull planet, only to encounter the Fantastic Four of the reality - currently consisting of Black Panther , Storm , the Thing and the Human Torch , leaving the Zombies eager to capture the FF and transport back to their reality.
In Marvel Zombies 2 , Wolverine's lost right arm has been replaced with a cybernetic arm with claws He is loyal to Henry Pym Giant-Man and willingly attacks the defecting Spider-Man.
When the others realize that the hunger is fading, he initially refuses to let go of a survivor in his grasp until Henry Pym tells him to stop, saying he seemingly loses his hunger.
After that, he has been teleported to a new world known as Earth along with the other surviving zombies. During the teleportation, he lost his cosmic powers, and became a regular zombie once more.
Zombie Wolverine also appears in Marvel Zombies Return. In this Zombie Wolverine kills the human Elektra , Iron Fist comics and Shang-Chi , White Tiger , Black Tiger, and many of the Hand , thus recently he was one of the few remaining zombies left.
He also appears in Japan, and infects another version of himself, though he resists the hunger and angrily kills him, zombie Spider-Man watches the whole thing happen.
This reality's Wolverine joined Spider-Man's New Avengers consisting of Spider-Man, Iron Man James Rhodes , Hulk and himself.
He, along with the rest of the zombies are destroyed by the nanite-carried Sandman. In the alternative future known as MC2 , Wolverine and Elektra are married and have a daughter named Rina Logan, who inherits her father's healing factor and senses and possesses "psychic claws" which resemble Psylocke 's telepathic "psychic knife".
She becomes a superheroine called Wild Thing. Wolverine also has a son, Sabreclaw Hudson Logan , with another woman. During the events of Last Hero Standing , Wolverine is among the heroes kidnapped by Loki as part of his plan to bring about the end of the Age of Heroes.
This version of Wolverine is a member of the Pack a group consisting of Sabertooth, Wildchild and Logan. All three savage and driven insane by the Weapon X experiments.
The three roam the Canadian wilderness very much like a wolf pack. Old Man Logan is a character depicted in an eight-issue story arc in the Wolverine ongoing series by writer Mark Millar and artist Steve McNiven.
He debuted in Wolverine 66 in June Set over fifty years in the future, the entire United States has been overtaken and divided amongst supervillains.
Logan lives with his wife Maureen and young children Scotty and Jade on a barren plot of land in Sacramento, California, now part of the territory known as "Hulkland.
In order to pay the rent, Logan accepts a job from a now-blind Hawkeye : help him navigate east across the country, to the capitol of New Babylon, and deliver a secret and illegal package.
Throughout the story it is said that Logan as "Wolverine" died the day the villains attacked and has refused to pop his claws since, even in a fight.
Via flashbacks it is revealed that on the night the world's heroes came under attack by masses of villains, a group consisting of Mr. Sinister , Sabretooth , Dr.
Octopus , Omega Red , Bullseye and many others attacked the X-Mansion. Unable to locate his teammates, Wolverine was forced to slaughter the attackers to ensure the safety of the mutant children.
As the last attacker was killed, Logan realized that the entire assault was an illusion created by Mysterio , and his perceived enemies were actually his fellow X-Men.
This destroyed him emotionally and mentally, and he wandered from the Mansion never to be heard from again, his last action laying his head across train tracks to be run over.
Logan notes that while this would never have killed him, it in effect killed "Wolverine" for good. The story was concluded in Giant Size Old Man Logan September with Logan riding off into the sunset, heavily implying that this alternative version of Wolverine is the same character as "The Hooded Man" version, described above.
After the events of The Death of Wolverine story arc, Old Man Logan was brought to serve as a member of the Earth X-Men. In the second issue, a universe is shown where Wolverine is an orphaned kid at Professor X's orphanage for troubled kids.
At a dance for the orphanage, along with Emma Frost 's, Wolverine, aided by kid versions of Angel and Colossus , gets into a fight with Kidpool a kid version of Deadpool for whom Wolverine expresses hatred.
In the third issue, Deadpool visits an earth where he is a dog and Wolverine is a dog created by Mascara X to hunt and kill Dog Deadpool, the first dog they experimented on.
This universe's Wolverine has claws. After the battle he is shot into a pool of acid, his fate is unknown. Spending his time in a bar, this version of Wolverine threatened his fellow patrons in order to get more to drink, but more often than not was given free drinks by the bartender for showing off his "bone disease", bones that stuck out of the back of his hand.
The bartender referred to him as "Canuck. In the Spider-Gwen reality, Logan was a Japanese samurai that was cursed by a witch to continue walking the Earth for as many lives as he's killed.
Like his counterpart, his memory is erased after joining the Weapon X program and gaining adamantium claws.
He then decides to work for S. He works closely with Shadowcat, as Kitty feels guilty for using her powers to aid the Weapon X Program.
Spider-Man Unlimited a comic based on the Spider-Man Unlimited animated series introduces a bestial version of Wolverine in 6. In this continuity, Wolverine is Naoko Yamada-Jones's ex-husband and Shayne's father.
Peter first finds a photo of them together, which shows that Wolverine was a decorated soldier. He later runs into Wolverine as Spider-Man and the 2 of them fight, but then stop to talk as they notice a robber kidnapping Naoko.
They both follow the robber and manage to easily find him, due to Wolverine's sense of smell. The 2 of them team up to fight the robber, who transforms into a lizard and is revealed to be Chameleon of Counter-Earth.
After they defeat him, Wolverine then says that this neighborhood isn't his home anymore and gives Spider-Man his medal, which resembles the medal that Naoko's husband wears in the photo, confirming that Wolverine is Shayne's father and Naoko's ex-husband, despite the Spider-Man Unlimited animated series confirming that the Green Goblin of Counter-Earth is Naoko's ex-husband and Shayne's father, leaving the identity of Naoko's ex-husband and Shayne's father unknown.
Ultimate Wolverine is the Wolverine in the Ultimate Marvel universe. Initially, this Wolverine was a member of Magneto's Brotherhood but later changes his mind and joins the Ultimate X-Men.
In a recent What If? However, despite his attempts to ensure privacy by turning Professor X away when he came to recruit Logan to join the X-Men, Logan's attempts to suppress Daken's darker instincts failed when Sabretooth found them, revealing the truth about his father's past to Daken.
Leaving his father, Daken became a brutal killer, roaming various cities and killing his opponents, proclaiming that Logan made him what he is by denying him his heritage.
Concluding that he will never bring anything good into the world, Logan stabs Daken in the heart with the Muramasa Blade, subsequently impaling himself to end his own dark stain on the world.
Wolverine is a lone survivor of a fatal plane crash. The law seems to think he's responsible for it. A mysterious woman who was a survivor of the plane crash, was eaten by a shark only to be seen by Logan later on television.
In the flashbacks, he was a man on his way to the West to find peace within himself. He is also approached by Victor who claims he's the same as Logan and they don 't have to be alone anymore.
He finds out he goes by another alias named Collinsworth. The mysterious woman's name turns out to be Yami. It also seems that he has numerous apartments and buildings in Tokyo as well.
In his apartment, he observes some things and opens a safe with claws. It turns out he has a ton of fake identities.
As he takes the subway, there is a flashback when a woman approaches him and makes conversation. Turns out Logan is a monk and is Canadian.
She asks him to walk her home. Her name is Mariko Yashida. After she leaves, Victor approaches him jokes about how Logan is coming out of his shell and is acting like the Logan he heard about back in Canada.
Victor then explains to him that outside of the monastery the country is in chaos. He also explains that guys like him and Logan are in demand because there are no others like them.
Victor is working for the Machi-Yako which are helping the Shogunate Clan in their war against the Yashida Clan who, according to him, are rapists and killers.
Victors employers are paying him in gold not rice, He attempts to persuade Logan by stating that he'll need gold to win over a woman like Markio.
Back in the present, Logan is watching television when the news anchor states that Yami boarded the plane with John Grant, Logan's alias.
Logan starts trying to find out why Yami was on the plane. He walks into a bar trying to get some information, only to end up in a bar fight.
After some heavy persuasion, he finds out where Yami's family lives. In another flashback, Logan takes up Victor's offer.
The two participate in the ongoing feud of the Shogunate and Yashida clans. Victor states that Shingen is hiding in a monastery.
Logan is hesitant to fight his brothers. Victor responds: "Who is your true brother"? In the present, Logan arrives at Yami's family house.