Wolverine (Marvel)

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Wolverine is a male comic superhero who features in Marvel Comics.

Contents

Biography

Origin

James Howlett

Weapon X

X-Men

Death of Wolverine

Eventually, a woman by the name of Persephone arrived who had the power of resurrecting people and turning them into her servants. With her powers, she resurrected Logan whose mind was a blank and she turned into an operative for her organization Soteira. In this role, he was dispatched on a number of assignments as she sought to kill everyone in the world and resurrect them as her followers. Over time, Logan eventually managed to break free from her control with this being attributed to his healing factor but his mind was a blank. Persephone then dispatched her agents with capturing him whilst Logan attempted to remember his past. He was eventually brought to Persephone's orbital headquarters where she intended to enact her plans for Earth. However, Logan regained his memorise whereupon he helped destroy her orbital satellites and caused her space station to crash to the surface. Once back on Earth, he decided to make his way to the Xavier School of Higher Learning to reunite with the X-Men. (Return of Wolverine v1 #5)

Overview

Personality and attributes

Powers and abilities

Notes

  • Wolverine was created by Roy Thomas, Len Wein and John Romita Sr. where he made his first appearance in Incredible Hulk v1 #181 (November, 1974).

Alternate Versions

  • In Fantastic Four (2008), an alternate version of Wolverine appeared known as the Hooded Man was shown to exist on an alternate Earth in the Multiverse. This world was further detailed in Wolverine v3 #66 (2008) where Old Man Logan was shown to operate on Earth-807128 that was dominated by the Wastelands. It was revealed that 50 years ago the Earth's supervillains launched a coordinated attack against the planet's superheroes with this involving Mysterio crafting an elaborate yet realistic illusion that even affected Wolverine's senses. This made him think that the X-Mansion was under attack by supervillains which he massacred only to realise that these were illusions and that the people he had killed were actually his friends in the X-Men. This led to him eventually becoming a pacifist as he vowed never to use his claws again even as Earth's heroes were slaughtered leading to the world being dominated by its supervillains.

In other media

Television

Films

Video games

Other

Appearances

  • Incredible Hulk v1:
  • Uncanny X-Men v1:
  • Wolverine v1:
  • New Avengers v1:
  • X-Force:
  • Uncanny X-Force v1:
  • Wolverine and the X-Men v1:
  • Uncanny Avengers v1:
  • Wolverine:
  • Death of Wolverine v1:
  • Thor:
  • Return of Wolverine v1:
  • Wolverine: Infinity Watch:

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