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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 to kill Wolverine?

Wolverine is a tough man, his regeneration power makes him almost indestructible. In the second X-men movie, Wolverine himself killed Deathstrike, a mutant that had the same regeneration power as ...
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If you cut Deadpool exactly in half, which half would regenerate?

If you cut Deadpool exactly in half, which half would regenerate and grow the rest of his body? Or would both halves regenerate a complete Deadpool? Has this happened in the comics? (I haven't had a ...
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How much of Wolverine has to be left to heal?

Clearly, if Wolverine bleeds on the ground, a new Wolverine doesn't reconstitute himself from the drop. Presumably, if somehow his arm could be severed, that wouldn't happen there, either. If his head ...
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When Wolverine regenerates, how does his hair know when to stop growing?

When Wolverine regenerates, why does his hair stop growing? EDITED TO ADD: In Avengers vs. X-Men #3, he goes from this to this
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Can Wolverine survive without oxygen?

Wolverine has survived even a nuclear bomb. Even poisons don't work on him. He seems immortal due to his regeneration powers. Can he survive without oxygen while his body exists in full working state ...
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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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Can there be multiple Jack Harkness'?

In Torchwood Season 3 aka Children Of Earth Day 2 we see that Jack "spawns" from his remains namely an arm, a shoulder and the remains of a head.(After being blown up by a bomb in his stomach) Now, ...
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From how much damage can a Time Lord regenerate?

As I have recalled from the new Doctor Who (2005), during all of regenerations, The Doctor had his full body intact. Considering a Time Lord has his/her regeneration energy left, from how much damage ...
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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 would ...
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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. ...