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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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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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Did Wade Wilson have mutant powers before being turned into Deadpool in X-Men Origins: Wolverine?

The team that Stryker puts together are all mutants: STRYKER We're putting together a team. Best men in the business. Men with... special qualities. Men like you. — Early Script Further Wade Wilson'...
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Can cold adamantium cut through adamantium?

Adamantium can't cut Adamantium However, note that Deadpool's neck also contains cartilage: Wolverine only needs to hit one of those soft points to sever the neck. Whereas the 'Silver Samurai' has no ...
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Can cold adamantium cut through adamantium?

In X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Logan's claws were super-heated by blocking Weapon XI's optic blasts, just before he used them to decapitate Weapon XI, so that doesn't seem inconsistent with what was ...
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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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Did Wade Wilson have mutant powers before being turned into Deadpool in X-Men Origins: Wolverine?

I have not found a definitive official statement, but every description of Wade Wilson and Team X indicates that he is a mutant on a team of mutants with his powers generally being simply listed as &...
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What makes Victor stronger than pre-adamantium Wolverine?

Pre - Adamantium Wolverine and Sabertooth have practically the same powers and abilities, with Wolverine having a slightly better healing factor. So, in a fight between them, the outcome would come ...
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What is Wolverine's immigration status in the USA?

According to the Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe (Vol. 1), Wolverine is a Canadian National living in the United States. Notably he was married, albeit briefly, to Madam Viper. She appears ...
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How are Victor Creed & Logan related to each other?

In the movie "X-Men Origins: Wolverine", Logan and Sabretooth share a biological father - the groundskeeper Thomas Logan - and are therefore actual brothers. This idea was based on the "Wolverine: ...
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Is the Sabretooth from X-Men (2000) Victor Creed?

TL;DR: his civilian name is not revealed in the first movie, but there are elements from other works which hint at the tie-in comics confirm Sabretooth being indeed Victor Creed. It's unclear whether ...
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Why did Wolverine quickly age to about 30, then stop?

Fact that he regenerates doesn't have anything to do with normal growing. Every creature (including those almost immortal) grows to reach their full maturity which includes increasing size. In ...
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How fast does Wolverine heal compared to the average human?

Insanely fast During the course of the movies and comics, Wolverine was multiply time shot, stabbed, blasted with deadly rays, crushed and he healed those wounds in matter of seconds, in worst cases ...
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How were all of Wolverine's bones covered with Adamantium?

From the way in which the clip you provide above shows the spread of the red along the bones, it looks like something in the process causes the Adamantium to spread along the surface of the bone. Thus,...
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How sharp are Wolverine's claws?

There is a fairly recurring belief that in addition to being functionally indestructible, his claws have a mono-molecular edge. Such an edge (at least in comic-book science) is so sharp that it slices ...
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Can cold adamantium cut through adamantium?

I believe he used the sword because he didn't want to damage his claws. going by real world logic a material can cut things with the same hardness, and since adamantium is just as hard as adamantium ...
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Should the Adamantium bullets have worked on Wolverine?

It shouldn't matter whether or not the bullet would penetrate. Adamantium doesn't have magical properties that kill off people with healing factors. In the second X-men movie we see Wolverine get shot ...
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