Wolverine is a mutant superhero in the Marvel Comics universe and member of the X-Men.

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Can Wolverine clone himself? [duplicate]

From what I've been reading, all that Wolverine needs in order to regenerate is a single cell. No matter how badly he's been damaged, blown-up or incinerated, he's survived because, supposedly, a ...
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How are Wolverine's claws still in his body?

Everyone knows that Wolverine's adamantium claws are super-sharp — sharper than even a razor — and virtually indestructible. What puzzled me the first time I saw Wolverine is: how do the claws stay in ...
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Who is Wolverine promised to?

In Uncanny X-Force issue 12, the team goes to the Age of Apocalypse universe, where they meet the alternate-universe-counterparts of the X-Men, including Jean Grey. Logan muses over his unrequited ...
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Would adamantium be superior to vibranium? [duplicate]

In the Marvel comics, there are two particular metal elements that have remarkable traits: vibranium and adamantium. Vibranium, which is supposedly indestructible, is what Captain America's shield is ...
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Material Question [duplicate]

I have a question about different types of materials shown in comic books. Which is material is stronger? Captain America's vibranium shield or Wolverine's adamantium bones? Specifically, could ...
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When/How did Wolverine learn about his past?

After a decade-ish hiatus from reading comics, I've recently started reading again. (Marvel Unlimited was the greatest birthday gift ever!) Before stopping, one of the last arcs I had read was the ...
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Does anyone know where I can find a Batman-Wolverine crossover?

I have seen some mentions of a comic crossover, in which DC Comics Batman, meets and possibly fights Marvel's Wolverine. Does anyone know where this is?
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What happened between Wolverine and Jean

In The Wolverine, it seems Logan killed Jean by accident in his sleep, but then he said something along: it had to be done... What was the story between these two? (and in which movie did it happen ...
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Is Wolverine Like a Worm? [duplicate]

I have a few questions about Wolverine's regenerative properties. So I heard that Magneto ripped out Wolverine's metal skeleton. This left Wolverine back to his bone form, so he had his bone claws. ...
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How did Victor Creed become Sabertooth?

In the movie X-Men Origins: Wolverine Victor Creed, Wolverine's half brother, falls off the top of the Reactor and his fate is not shown. In the X Men movie series, he is shown as Sabertooth. Does ...
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What actually happens when adamantium strikes adamantium?

In the x-men origins:wolverine movie, when wolverine escaped after the experiment, he took shelter in the house of an old couple. Inside the house when he touches his blades in the washroom, they ...
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When is it established that Wolverine's Adamantium cannot be affected by heat?

Thaddeus stated on this answer that Wolverine's Adamantium can't be affected by heat. To quote: The reason hot Adamantium did not destroy his body was that it could not be applied "hot" because ...
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In Wolverine Origins, couldn't wolverine just cut away the flesh surrounding the cut made by the Muramasa and regenerate?

I was reading the Wolverine Origins comic where Captain America cuts Wolverine with the Muramasa blade. The cut, as it is revealed will not heal because of the blade. If Wolverine were to cut out ...
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Can Wolverine build muscle mass?

In previous discussions regarding Wolverine's regenerative capabilities such as When Wolverine regenerates, how does his hair know when to stop growing?, one of the ideas floated around is that his ...
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What are the true limits of Adamantium's “indestructability”? [duplicate]

In "Punisher vs The Marvel Universe" and two other stories set in that same universe Adamantium is broken by the Hulk, however are there any cannon instances of Adamantium breaking (not including ...
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Which other movies are “in canon” with The Wolverine?

The movie "The Wolverine" (2013) covers, of course, Wolverine. Is it in canon with the previous X-Men movies? More specifically, which movies should one have already seen in order to understand this ...
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In X-Men Origins: Wolverine, why did Stryker want to apply adamantium to Logan?

Can't understand why Stryker went to all the effort to apply adamantium to Logan, if all he wanted to do was create weapon x/deadpool? Was there some reason why he had to lace Wolverine with ...
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Why don’t Logan’s hands bleed when he pops his claws in The Wolverine?

In The Wolverine, with his healing suppressed, there should be bleeding when Logan pops his claws. Why does he bleed from bullet wounds, but not his hands?
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How is “spoiler” possible in “The Wolverine”?

In the X-Men and Wolverine movies the hero in question grows from a little boy to an adult as we see him in the latest movie The Wolverine.
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In The Wolverine, was Logan dreaming or was it real?

Keeping the title a bit vague as not to spoil the movie. In The Wolverine, was Logan dreaming or hallucinating, Or was
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Wolverine's claws [duplicate]

At the end of "The Wolverine" Wolverine got his claws cut off, but the bone claws still remained along with his adamantium skeleton. Will his bone claws therefore get coated with adamantium as time ...
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Age of Ultron #9 - Wolverine's weakness?

In the latest AU issue, where both wolverines are faced with the choice of deciding which one goes back to the 'original' time line with Sue Storm...im just not exactly sure what happened in those ...
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Is Wolverine sterile?

Pretty much just that...it seems like there would be a lot of little (and not so little) Wolverines running around by now if not. Surely this is addressed somewhere in the comics.
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Professor X's mind reading and Wolverine's adamantium skull

Can Professor X read the mind of Wolverine even if he has an adamantium skull?
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Is The Wolverine based on any canonical source?

Watching the trailer of the upcoming The Wolverine I wondered, is it based on any canonical source? So, is there any world / timeline / comic series where Wolverine either loses his regenerative ...
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Can Wolverine survive blood-borne diseases?

Wolverine's unique ability of cell regeneration almost makes him invincible but if he was to suffer from any blood borne disease in particular AIDS would he survive? AIDS affects the white blood cells ...
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Can Rogue harness Wolverine's adamantium blades after touching him?

Rogue has the ability to harness the abilities of other mutants for a short while upon any sort of skin contact. Upon touching Wolverine she is able to use his regenerative properties but what about ...
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How did Punisher kill Wolverine?

Of all the characters to kill off, Punisher, in a one-shot comic book called 'Punisher Kills the Marvel Universe', manages to finish off Wolverine. The wiki article is vague; how does Punisher kill ...
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Do Wolverine's opponents bleed (and leave blood on the claws) in comics?

As per this question, in the movies, they don't show blood on Wolverine's claws (because MPAA ratings would suffer otherwise). The implication seems to be that this is endemic to movies, and not the ...
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Why doesn't Blood stick on Wolverine's blades?

Wolverine has stabbed a number of opponents using his adamantium blades in the movies but every time he does so and takes out the blade from someones' body it's nice and shiny. There's not even a ...
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Are Wolverine's claws shrinking? [closed]

In X- Men Origins: Wolverine, Wolverine observes his metal claws in front of a mirror in the house of an old couple who had sheltered him. His blades appear a little big in comparison with the blade ...
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Did Wolverine's bones regenerate before being enhanced with Adamantium?

Wolverine had healing powers from the very start. Before Wolverine had his skeleton enhanced with Adamantium, his bones were breakable as shown in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. Did his healing power ...
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Could a bullet made out of Muramasa blade kill Wolverine?

Murasama blade was described by Wolverine as "the only thing in the world that could put him down." as it cuts his skin at molecular level. If we harness a bullet out of the blade and shoot Wolverine ...
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Was Wolverine the first comic character to have long claws as their main identification?

When I picture wolverine in my mind I can't help but think of him with claws out. It is his single most identifiable trait. He has healing powers and strong olfactory senses but the claws are what ...
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Why is Wolverine's hand missing?

In the picture below it appears that (this version of) Wolverine has only got one hand and one set of claws, the other hand seems to be missing. What happened to his missing hand and claws? How did ...
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Do Wolverine's cells ever die?

Wolverine has a prodigious healing factor, but does this mean that none of his cells ever die? A lot of human cells naturally die and are replaced, such as hair and skin. Not to mention red blood ...
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Wolverine (with a criss crossed skin?) rescues the X-men which are in a strange hallucinated world

Some 20 years ago (I feel old: we are talking the first half of the 90s) I was reading (in italian translation, so probably we were lagging some years with respect to the original publication dates) ...
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Why were the colours of Wolverine's costume yellow and blue?

After a little Google search, I couldn't find a canonical answer regarding why Wolverine used to wear those colours. Is it maybe because Wolverine just likes those colours?
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Would Wolverine continue to function in a vacuum? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Can Wolverine survive without oxygen? The questions How to kill Wolverine? and Can Wolverine swim? don't seem to address what happens when Wolverine is in an oxygenless ...
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Wolverine and his Adamantium bones [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to kill Wolverine? Weapon X or The Wolverine, in an experiment underwent injection of adamantium into his body that covered up his skeletal. This made him kind of ...
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Which Nightcrawler rescued Wolverine?

In Wolverine: Weapon X #9, Wolverine gets rescued from Dr Rot by Psylocke and Nightcrawler. In Uncanny X-Force, it's the Age of Apocalypse Nightcrawler that had joined Psylocke, Wolverine, etc. Is ...
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The Blackguards' powers in Wolverine: Weapon X?

In Wolverine: Weapon X, Wolverine encounters a set of humans "improved" by nanites that given them a lot of the powers that Wolverine himself has, including improved healing and claws. I ended up ...
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Wolverine's regeneration capabilities [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How much of Wolverine has to be left to heal? If someone were to cut off a limb of Wolverine using a weapon sharp enough to cut Adamantium, would the limb regenerate ...
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How exactly do Wolverine's claws come out?

In answering this question Could Wolverine's claws be prevented from unsheathing if his wrists are bent? I couldn't find anything that actually described what caused Wolverines claws to pop out. ...
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Could Wolverine's claws be prevented from unsheathing if his wrists are bent?

When retracted, Wolverine's claws are stored in his arms. In order to unsheathed them, they must pass though his wrist and move along the space between his knuckles. Due to the way Wolverine's claws ...
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Can Wolverine swim?

I am talking about of Wolverine with adamantium. I don't know the weight of Wolverine, but is Wolverine with adamantium bones rather heavier than with calcium bones? If some one have a canonical ...
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What psychological problems does Wolverine have?

What psychological issues has Wolverine's difficult life has left him with? I would prefer if they were explained using modern psychological definitions and techniques.
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Why is it called a “healing factor”?

Wikipedia and Marvel both list wolverines main mutation as a Healing Factor. A healing factor of...what? 2? 3? Over 9000? Every time I've used the term 'factor' in the sense of it describing ...
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How can Wolverine stand with so much Adamantium?

Adamantium is an indestructible metal in the Marvel Comics. Wolverine was infused with the metal. But since the metal is indestructible it means it is dense, very dense. How can Wolverine stand ...
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If Wolverine regenerated a limb, would it be covered in adamantium?

We've discussed Wolverine regenerating his body after nuclear explosions, but his adamantium-laced skeleton was left in tact afterwards. After Magneto ripped the adamantium from his body, Wolverine ...