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

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Has wolverine ever played a major part in an Avengers storyline?

Wanda Maximoff (and by extension, her brother Pietro) feature in both X-men and Marvel movie continuity. This is largely because she's plays an integral role in at least one large Avengers story ...
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How were Wolverines joints not frozen when he was injected with the Adamantium? [duplicate]

So if we think about it they just poured/injected liquid Adamantium over Wolverines bones... but should it not have pooled in between his joints and locked them like glue does if you put it on ...
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How were all of Wolverine's bones covered with Adamantium?

OK, so in the X-Men Origins: Wolverine movie, we see clearly for the first time how his bones became covered with Adamantium but it raises another question... How were all of his bones covered with ...
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Are the bones that make up Wolverine's inner ear Adamantium?

Since the inner workings of the ear are made of bones, does that mean that his inner ear is also coated in Adamantium?
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Can Wolverine get cavities?

Just got out of a dental appointment and I was wondering this about Wolverine: Can he get cavities? Does his teeth regenerate? If they're part of his skeletal system, why aren't they covered in ...
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Has Wolverine Ever Been Submerged?

Has Logan ever been submerged in water, lava, acid or anything else for a period of time? If so did he remain operational during that time, or did he pass out until his skeleton was removed? Question ...
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If Wolverine's head was cut off, would it grow back? [duplicate]

The inspiration for my question is from this video, Is this an accurate assumption to make? Edit I think it's apparent that if his head is destroyed in the way depicted, the adamantium skull ...
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If Magneto's metal helmet can block Professor X's telepathic powers, why can't Wolverine's adamantium skull?

Do we know anything about the difference in the concept between those two cases?
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Why was Logan surprised to see Professor X and Storm in the end?

At the end of X-Men:Days of Future Past, why did Logan act surprised to see Storm and Professor X, whom he had no clue were dead. The others, Beast, Cyclops, Jean Grey, I understand his surprise to ...
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Is it possible for multiple copies of Wolverine to exist from the same set of living body parts? [duplicate]

I chanced upon this online: The place where I found this link claims that Wolverine can resurrect from bones if they are still alive. That leads me to wonder: If you have still-living bones ...
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X-Men movies discrepancies [duplicate]

I'm an avid watcher and lover of the X-Men movies. The original trilogy, the X-men wolverine series, as well X-Men: First Class and DoFP. With X-Men: The Last Stand, Mystique has lost her powers, ...
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What were the sequence of events which led to this line up for the Fantastic Four?

I just came across this Fantastic Four cover online. I don't know a huge amount about the Fantastic Four, but this line up looks odd to me... Can anyone tell me how this came to be?
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How does Wolverine survive even his bones are adamantium? [duplicate]

How is Wolverine able to survive? The main source of blood is bone marrow. But his bones are adamantium - Even if we assume that his bones are covered with adamantium, how does he get blood?
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Can anyone heal as effectively as Wolverine?

Other than mutants who are direct descendants / blood relations of Wolverine, or mutants who have Wolverine to thank (whatever the reason) for their suped up regeneration, for example: Daken - ...
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Have Captain America and Wolverine ever fought?

Both have advanced healing powers, one has an Adamantium coated skeleton and claws and the other has a Vibranium shield. Wolverine has his special sense ability, but Captain America has brilliant ...
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What is on Wolverine's head in this picture? Looks like a hindu holy symbol

I saw this photo in a children's book on the Avengers. My son asked what was going on with his head. I have no idea. Any clues?
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Could “Old Man Logan” be used in the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

With the 616 version of Wolverine Marvel comics is bringing the Old Man Logan version of the character into their new post-Secret Wars universe. Since a lot of the things happening in the comics ...
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Is Wolverine really a wolverine?

One of the theories that gets passed around once in a while is that Wolverine was, at least at one point, intended to actually be a mutated talking wolverine (the animal) instead of a mutant (homo-...
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origin 2 what to read next [duplicate]

can anyone tell me where to go in my wolverine reading please!just read Wolverine Origin 1-6 (Collected as Wolverine: Origin) then origin 2, which ends in creed being told his younger brother is dead, ...
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If the Marvel Zombies hadn't turned Wolverine, could his healing factor have been utilized to supply them with meat indefinitely?

Since he can regrow tissue/muscle/etc., seems as if he would be a perfect self-regenerating source of food.
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Can Wolverine build calluses?

Calluses are formed from blisters, which are in turn caused by repeated rubbing on a certain area of skin. Calluses are wonderful to have on, say, the bottom of your feet, or the palms of your hands. ...
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Wolverine in Avengers? [duplicate]

I'm reading the Marvel comic series Avengers vs X-men. In this comic Wolverine and a few other X-men work WITH the Avengers against the X-men. I know Wolverine is an X-man. I'm wondering if anyone can ...
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How can Wolverine speak without a body?

In this question: What happens when Wolverine's head is removed? the following panel appears: Does it imply that that Wolverine can speak without lungs. Is this a super power or some other ...
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What happens when Wolverine's head is removed?

In the situation where Wolverine has his head cut off (which I am sure would be no simple task, most likely requiring an adamantium weapon of some form) - What would happen? Would his head regrow ...
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Why does Wolverine wear a mask (in the comic/animated versions)

The most common reason a comic character wears a mask is to hide his identity. The mask could also serve a secondary pupose. Batman's has scanners and stuff. The movie version of Captain America wears ...
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Do Wolverine's boneclaws cause self harm if his healing factor is absent?

Wolverine can retract his claws at will, but this involves them slicing through the tissue of his knuckles. But we know that he has an abnormal healing factor which may account for why he is unscathed ...
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To which naturally occurring diseases or health issues is Wolverine immune? [duplicate]

Is there any proof in canon which mentions Wolverine being invulnerable to diseases? Diseases like heart conditions, brain conditions or commonly-occurring ones like Cholera, Typhoid and so on. Has he ...
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What’s the worst injury ever inflicted to Wolverine? [closed]

From all the canons that I have read or seen, I have seen Wolverine facing two worst injuries: Being split into two by The Hulk. Skin burning down by nuclear explosion (in The Wolverine movie) Is ...
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Has Wolverine ever practiced solo vigilantism?

I know this question is a bit subtle, but let me elaborate it. In all the canons I have read or seen, Spider-Man swings over the city and whenever wherever he sees the smallest of crimes happening or ...
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How did Wolverine pass through the spinning blades unharmed?

In the first X-Men film (2000) near the end when Wolverine gets lifted up by Storm (and Jean to stabilize him) and he catches the "helm" of the device containing Rogue who was surrounded by spinning ...
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Why is Wolverine afraid of flying?

Wolverine has said he's "afraid" of swimming because he's vulnerable in the water and can drown, but why is he afraid of flying? Is it an unexplained phobia or is it explained in any comic? We all ...
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Where is Wolverine's healing factor “based”?

I was just watching The Wolverine and I was wondering about that little electronic probe wrapped around his heart. Now we all know that that's what caused his healing factor to stumble... But why? ...
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Can Wolverine be decapitated by an Adamantium based weapon?

In Avengers Assemble, Wolverine tries shredding Captain America's shield and nothing happens, he then backs off and remarks that the only substance that can withstand his Adamantium claws is Vibranium....
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What was Wolverine doing during X-Men:First Class?

In the 2011 superhero movie X-Men: First Class, Wolverine has a cameo while, in my own words, Magneto and Prof X are out recruiting X-Men. First Class is set in 1962 during the Cuban Missile Crisis....
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Why did Stryker choose Wolverine than Sabretooth to test adamantium? [duplicate]

This is not a duplicate of In X-Men Origins: Wolverine, why did Stryker want to apply adamantium to Logan?. In this question, it was discussed why Stryker applied adamantium to Logan before weapon X. ...
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How can Wolverine sleep on a waterbed given his extra adamantium weight?

Can anyone explain Wolverine having no trouble sleeping in a water bed at 300 lbs+ (plus the, let’s say, 130 lbs for the woman next to him) in X-Men: Days of Future Past?
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What happened to Wolverine from the new Days of Future past time line? [duplicate]

At the end of X-Men: Days of Future Past, we see Wolverine After a few “surprises”, What happened to the Wolverine in this timeline?
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Which movie / cartoon / comic has Sabertooth attempting to drown Wolverine?

I think it was on Wolverine's birthday, which is usually when Sabertooth attacks him. I remember Sabertooth holding Wolverine under water in an attempt to drown him, saying something like: 'It won'...
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Has Wolverine ever changed the silicon seals in his hands?

According to the 1991 Marvel Trading Cards set, Wolverine has "silicon seals" in his hands which "must be periodically replaced". This card, however, is from before it was revealed that Wolverine ...
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In which order should I watch the X-Men movies to know Wolverine's full sequential story?

I have watched like two X-Men movies before (can't remember which) then I just watched X-men Days of Future Past recently. I got kinda confused about Wolverine (bone claws, then metal claws, then bone ...
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How do Wolverine's claws come back on “DoFP” after “The Wolverine”

"The Wolverine" movie is a prequel for "Days of Future Past" (because it shows DoFP related scenes on the after-credits). So Wolverine has bone claws when The Wolverine movie ends, and on DoFP it has ...
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How old is Wolverine?

How old is Wolverine? Wasn't he in the civil war or something? It seems like movies keep showing flashbacks of earlier and earlier events.
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Shouldn't bits of the stuff Wolverine cuts remain stuck between his claws?

I started wondering that whenever Wolverine cuts something with his three claws for each hand, that I would imagine there being bits of said stuff remaining stuck between the inner claw and the outer ...
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Why doesn't Wolverine's healing factor work any more?

On the first issue of the Death of Wolverine, we see Reed Richards telling Wolverine that his healing factor doesn't work any more. I don't know if any other comics lead up to these issues (I haven'...
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What would happen if Wolverine stopped eating?

Canon wise... if Wolverine stops breathing he doesn't die but rather goes into a coma like state (X-Men: Days of Future Past). However, what would happen if he were to stop eating? Life cannot exist ...
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Are the joints of Wolverine his weakness?

If adamantium is not covering Logan's joints, can I cut his arms or legs there? Or even the neck?
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How can Wolverine cut through heavy moving objects without getting knocked down?

Wolverine has claws to cut anything, but if I had a knife, even one made out of adamantium, and tried to hold it against a car coming towards me, or a moving airplane, my arm wouldn't be strong enough ...
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When did Weapon X give Wolverine his adamantium

Note: I am ONLY interested in the main Earth-616 comic continuity. No movies, cartoons or alternate universes. As I understand it, Wolverine worked with Team X sometime after, or at the tail end of ...
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Old Man Logan - how did the Hulk end up as a villain?

I don't read a lot of comics, and most of those I do are from DC or indie publishers. However, I recently picked up Old Man Logan just because I liked the art (that's the only usual reason I read any ...