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Pre-1993 comic in which Wolverine's claws were turned to rubber?

Excalibur #58 (1992) fits the bill, your villain being Alchemy. From ComicVine: Trouble on both sides! With both the Crazy Gang and the trolls that kidnapped Alchemy on the loose, can even the ...
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Why is Wolverine the only one able to remember "reality" after M-Day?

Wolverine remembered due to a loophole. Scarlet Witch's altering of the world wasn't solely to create a world where mutants rule, but also, the Scarlet Witch gave many of the X-Men and New Avengers ...
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Pre-1993 comic in which Wolverine's claws were turned to rubber?

This is the comic you're referring to; Excalibur Vol 1 #58. Wolverine has his claws turned (temporarily) into rubber by Alchemy at the urging of a troll.
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What made the Munsons think that Laura was a mutant?

They didn't think she was a mutant, they thought she was mute. The conversation went like this: WILL How long’s your girl been that way? (off Logan’s look) Mute. LOGAN Since... well.. ...
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How did this bullet pass through Wolverine's Adamantium-covered skull?

Wolverine was shot in the head and he is knocked out, but to me it clearly looks like the bullet is sitting in his head in the video in your question. As his skin heals, the bullet pops out. (Valorum'...
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In Logan, what disease is this character dying of?

He's old and is being poisoned by his Adamantium implants The film Logan has been created in such a way that it doesn't necessarily need to be explained in details. The writers and producers seem to ...
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How did this bullet pass through Wolverine's Adamantium-covered skull?

Read the first couple paragraphs here. TL;DR: The bullet did not penetrate the adamantium layer, he's just been hit in the skull by a lump of metal traveling at probably something over 1,000 feet per ...
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Does Wolverine's healing factor still work properly in Logan (the movie)?

Director James Mangold answered this in an interview with Empire Online. In this XCU version, Logan's healing factor abilities have altered over time. While they still heal him, they no longer heal ...
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Can Wolverine get cavities?

No. Wolverine cannot get cavities. His regenerative powers protect him from getting any kind of general diseases including tooth decay. For the record, teeth are not technically bones, so they would ...
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To what extent are Wolverine's claws indestructible?

It should be clarified that there are at least three grades of Adamantium in the comics. Firstly, there's Proto-Adamantium. This alloy was created by US Government metallurgist, Myron MacLain during ...
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In Logan, what disease is this character dying of?

Mutant Gene Suppression Typically, anything that is sweetened artificially (certain sweet ciders, sweetened ales, alcopops, etc.) will use HFCS as it's cheap and easy. Notably, during the film, ...
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To what extent are Wolverine's claws indestructible?

Wolverine's claws were cut off by the Silver Samurai during the climactic fight scene of The Wolverine (2013), so no, they're not invulnerable. They regrew, but only as bone.
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How are Victor Creed & Logan related to each other?

They are half brothers sharing a father In the film X-Men Origins: Wolverine you see that Wolverine is originally known as James Howlett. He sees his "father" (John Howlett) being killed by Thomas ...
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Could Wolverine's claws be prevented from unsheathing if his wrists are bent?

No - if Wolverine's wrist was bent, the claws would just emerge from the wrist instead. In fact, this very thing occurs in Wolverines #11 (2015). In a flashback, it is revealed that a heavily-...
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What is the track in the Logan (2017) trailer?

Johnny Cash - Hurt1 Released in 2002 for his album American IV: The Man Comes Around. Originally written and performed by Nine Inch Nails. Director James Mangold did an interview with Empire magazine, ...
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Since when do X-Men comics exist in X-Men?

Yes, within the Marvel comics universe, comic books exist for many of the major characters. Some, like the Fantastic Four, "authorize" Marvel (the company) to do stories loosely based on their ...
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Story with Wolverine? in wheelchair + Beast being cared for by younger mutant on journey

This is Astonishing X-Men: Ghost Boxes #2, the concluding issue of a two-part mini-series. The issue contained two short stories, both set in the alternate reality of Earth-90227. The younger mutant ...
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Why did Wolverine quickly age to about 30, then stop?

Obviously Wolverine’s slowed ageing is entirely fictional, so it can pretty much work however the authors want it to. But, in general: Wolverine’s main mutant ability is his “healing factor” — his ...
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Was Xavier responsible for the Westchester Incident?

First off, the movie is not based in any meaningful way on Old Man Logan. At best, the writers thought the title sounded cool, but other than Logan being old and going on a road trip, every ...
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Does "Logan" have continuity with X-men movies? Which ones?

The answer has two parts: Logan doesn't bother with continuity unless it wants to, and Fox has left the "events" of the 2000's in the new timeline basically undocumented , so they can be whatever ...
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Why would Wolverine be needed to greenlight Deadpool movie?

The concept behind what you correctly identified as a joke is that Wolverine, as the biggest name in the X-Men franchise* has pull with the studio. Deadpool implies that he has performed services for ...
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How did Wolverine get his Adamantium back between X-Men Annual Vol. 1 #11 and 12?

Wolverine pops his claws two pages after the one you posted, and they still appear to be coated with metal, presumably adamantium. X-Men Annual Vol. 1 #11 (November, 1987) I checked the issues of ...
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What are the essential films one needs to watch before "Logan"?

Realistically, you don't need to see any of them, as long as you are aware of who Logan and Charles Xavier are and what their basic personalities are like. This movie was filmed in such a way that it'...
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Has Wolverine ever had his claws ripped out?

In Marvel Zombies, a zombified Wolverine tries to use his claws against Silver Surfer. His arm bones (including his claws) rip through his skin and are "unsleeved" from his arm: He then ...
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Are only the bones in Wolverine's skeleton adamantium?

The Punisher blows Wolverine's face off in Punisher #16 (2002). While the ears are unharmed, the nose was blown off as well, so no adamantium there. Probably not in the ears as well. For the record, ...
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Does Wolverine feel less pain than a non-Mutant?

This is a counter-intuitive, but it's the opposite. As Valorum and Quentin posted sources to where it says he feels the pain and how he deals with it in this page: And This YouTube video clip from ...
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Why did Wolverine quickly age to about 30, then stop?

Jean Grey answers this question in the first X-Men movie: Dr. Jean Grey: "His mutation. He has uncharted regenerative capabilities, enabling him to heal rapidly. It also makes his age impossible to ...
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Were these three the last surviving natural born mutants?

That's what we are meant to believe, Yes However, I don't recall any hard proof from the film that all mutants had been wiped out. The Doctor towards the end but we do not know for certain. It's ...
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How did this bullet pass through Wolverine's Adamantium-covered skull?

The film's official novelisation confirms that the bullet, although penetrating the skin and breaking into pieces, didn't (and couldn't) penetrate his impenetrable adamantium skull. He's not dead, ...
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