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First Appearance

Despite being one of the most well-known X-Men today, Wolverine had his comic book debut as a villain in a 1974 issue of The Incredible Hulk. When the Hulk crosses into Canada, the Royal Canadian Air Force thinks it's time to deploy “Weapon X” to deal with him. 1)

Real Name

Origins, a six-issue series written by Paul Jenkins, ultimately revealed Wolverine's canonical history, which has since been expanded upon in other comics. Born James Howlett, he was a sickly youngster who discovered his abilities after a guy called Logan (who also happened to be his true father) shot and killed the man James mistook for his father. He took the name Logan after being driven into a rage that forced him to lose control. 2)

Tough To Kill

Wolverine is well-known for his healing abilities, which have protected him from succumbing to the light on several occasions. He's survived an atomic bomb, a steamroller, and even been torn in half by The Incredible Hulk. 3)

Cameo In Spider-Man That Didn't Happen

Wolverine was meant to make a cameo in 2012's Spider-Man, but he didn't since they misplaced his outfit. 4)

Can't Get Drunk

Wolverine is really impervious to most poisons and drugs, including alcohol, because to his healing talent. It is practically hard for him to become inebriated. 5)

Annual Report

Marvel distributed its annual report to corporate shareholders in the style of a comic book in 1993. 6)


Badger was an alternative name offered for Wolverine. Fortunately, they chose Wolverine. 7)


For a while, Marvel planned for Wolverine's antagonist Sabertooth to be his father, but a DNA test revealed that the two were not related. 8)

Not Such A Loner

Although he is most known as an X-Men member, Wolverine has also been a member of 35 various Marvel teams, including The Avengers, S.H.I.E.L.D., the Fantastic Four, and Alpha Flight. 9)


“I’m the best there is at what I do, but what I do isn’t very nice” is his famous catchphrase that he said in the 1982 miniseries Wolverine. 10)


Wolverine has a kid called Daken who inherits his mutant talents and was brainwashed to despise his father by The Winter Soldier. Daken once invaded a SHIELD facility and eviscerated his father, nearly killing him. 11)

Jean Grey

Jean Grey switched Wolverine's mind with that of an adolescent Spider-Man to teach him a lesson. 12)

Fighting In World War II

Because of Wolverine's extensive past and lack of memory, it was easy for authors to put him anywhere, like Forrest Gump. One of the more interesting plots is Wolverine fighting with Captain America in World War II. 13)


Logan has a female clone named X-23 that was developed from a faulty sample of Wolverine's DNA. Despite being taught to assassinate Wolverine, she joined the X-Force and is now his ally. 14)


Wolverine has traveled extensively and lived in a variety of languages, including English, Japanese, French, Russian, Chinese, Cheyenne, Lakota, and Spanish. He is also fluent in Thai and Vietnamese. 15)

wolverine.txt · Last modified: 2021/11/15 02:14 by eziothekilla34