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

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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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? That's somewhere between 50 and 1000 years old.
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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 ...
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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 ...
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Given that Wolverine kills a lot of people, why does Professor Xavier like & trust him so much? [closed]

[My question is based on the relationship depicted in the films.] Recently, I watched all the X-Men films again. I understand that Wolverine is supposed to be an angry dude. But I was surprised by ...
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How were Wolverine's memories “implanted”?

Over the years, Wolverine has learned that many of his memories were false and implanted. It seems as though most of this memory tampering was done by Professor Cornelius and his staff during the ...
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What is Wolverine the best at?

One of the common lines associated with Wolverine is "He's the best he is at what he does." Now I think the line sounds great and it truly gives you an image of Logan, but I've never quite understood ...
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What's with the shape of Wolverine's claws in the future? [closed]

There is already this question: Does Wolverine still get his adamantium skeleton after Days of Future Past? I think I saw the claws in the future were squared off at the end and not pointy. Did I ...
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Does adamantium conduct electricity?

Are there any canon references to adamantium conducting electricity? (I started thinking about this after reading How vulnerable is Wolverine to electricity?)
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How vulnerable is Wolverine to electricity?

In comics which are considered canon, are there any ways that Wolverine has actually been affected by electricity? I'm having a lot of trouble finding cases where this has happened. The guy has a ...
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How does Wolverine's healing factor work?

I am interested to know how exactly Wolverine's body regenerates/heals from wounds. From what I understand about the 'human' body's healing is that it uses a complex system of metabolism and other ...
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Reading order for Wolverine's history

I want to learn the history of Wolverine from the beginning. What comic issues should I read and in what order to understand how he became what he is (what he actually is) and he came to the present ...
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What is Wolverine's full name?

I know his name is Logan, but I don't actually know if it's his first name, or last name, or if he even has a first and a last name. To my understanding he ran away from his parents and chose to name ...
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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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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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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?