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For questions about the team of mutant superheros in the Marvel universe. Always use in conjunction with the [marvel] tag. When asking about the comics use the [comics] tag, if asking about the film series use the [x-men-cinematic-universe] tag. Include any other relevant media or character tags.

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Wolverine's skeleton is fully coated with Adamantium, even his Claws. But his teeth don't seem to be Adamantium coated, or at least he doesn't have Jaws's smile. Why?
asked Apr 4 '12 by DavRob60
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As we saw here, here and here (among others), Wolverine has regeneration powers that are somewhat impressive. Here a quote from Thaddeus Howze's answer As long as there is a single cell (I suppos …
asked Apr 5 '12 by DavRob60
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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 hi …
asked Apr 5 '12 by DavRob60
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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 …
asked May 25 '12 by DavRob60