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If adamantium is not covering Logan's joints, can I cut his arms or legs there? Or even the neck?

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According to this answer, his ligaments are in fact a weak point. And while it doesn't show him getting cut apart...

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...Tearing him apart is entirely possible.

Note that this image is of Ultimate Wolverine, and not the main (Earth 616) Wolverine, who may or may not have sturdier ligaments.

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  • You should probably note that the image is of Ultimate Wolverine,and not the main (616) Wolverine, just for posterity sake. – Monty129 Sep 3 '14 at 18:44
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    @Monty129 Added. – Zibbobz Sep 3 '14 at 19:40
  • What part will regenerate and becomes the real Wolverine? – Magno C Jan 18 '16 at 10:22
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ALL of Logan's bones were covered. Joints as well. The tendons and ligaments can be cut, and severed bu they grow back. He's been blasted, burnt, and melted with only the skeleton parts remaining ( i.e. left arm blasted away to nothing but skeletal remains) somehow he can still use that hand.

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    Do you have any references for these points? – Moogle Aug 27 '14 at 21:18
  • Recognizing that, as a one-rep user you cannot share links with us, naming your references would work just as well. – Zibbobz Aug 28 '14 at 14:49
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in Age of Apocolypse Wolverine has his hand blown off at the wrist. Age of Apocolypse Wolverine is the same physically as 616 Wolverine as the divergence happened in the 616 universe as opposed to a what if story.

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