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The man known only as "Logan" was kidnapped by the Weapon X Program and became a test subject. During his captivity, his skeleton was forcibly augmented with adamantium, an indestructible metal. This gave him a super healing ability, making him resistant to physical harm, chemicals and poisonous gasses. At one time, he worked as a secret agent for the Canadian government but refused to follow protocol and eventually went off on his own. After traveling on his own for quite some time, Logan found his way to Professor Charles Xavier's mutant academy, and joined the X-men. As part of the X-men, Wolverine made some friends and enemies, and developed a strong attraction towards Jean Grey. His arch rival is Sabretooth.

As a child, Logan grew up on a mining colony in Northern British Columbia. He left the colony and lived in the wilderness among wolves for several years. When he returned to civilization, he resided with the Blackfoot Indians. Following the death of his Blackfoot paramour, Silver Fox, he was ushered into the Canadian military during World War I. Logan spent some time in Madripoor before settling in Japan, where he married Itsu and had a son, Daken.

During his time in Japan and other countries, Wolverine became a master of many martial arts styles and is experienced in nearly every fighting style on Earth. He is proficient with most weaponry, including firearms, though he is partial to bladed weapons. His fighting abilities havee enabled him to defeat the likes of Shang-Chi and Captain America in hand-to-hand combat. Wolverine is also an accomplished pilot and highly skilled in the field of espionage and covert operations.

During World War II, Logan teamed up with
Captain America and continued a career as a soldier-of-fortune/adventurer. He then serves with the 1st Canadian Parachute Battalion during D-Day, and the CIA, before being recruited by Team X, a black ops unit. As a member of Team X, Logan was given false memory implants. He continued on the team, until he was able to break free from the mental control and joined the Canadian Defense Ministry. It was then when Logan was kidnapped by the Weapon X program, where he was a captive and experimented on for quite some time, until he escaped. During his imprisonment by Weapon X, the indestructible adamantium was fused onto his bones.

Logan was eventually discovered by James and Heather Hudson, who helped him recover his humanity. Following his recovery, Logan, this time under the supervision of Department H, once again worked as an intelligence operative for the Canadian government. Logan became Wolverine, one of Canada's first superheroes. In his first mission, he was dispatched to stop the destruction caused by a brawl between the Hulk and the Wendigo.

Later on, Professor Charles Xavier recruited Wolverine to a new team of X-Men. Disillusioned with his Canadian intelligence work and intrigued by Xavier's offer, Logan resigned from Department H. It was later revealed, however, that Professor X had wiped Logan's memories and forced him to join the X-Men after Wolverine was sent to assassinate Xavier.
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Page Updated:  May 19th, 2024

How could one not like Wolverine? He's everyone's favorite badass superhero in yellow spandex! Every Marvel/X-Men fan has a special place in their heart for good old Wolvie. In my opinion, he's the best kind of superhero. The Antihero. Sometimes he does "bad things"... but for a good reason... and for the greater good. Due to his intriguing, emotional storyline and badass persona, Logan became one of the most iconic Marvel characters in existence. One of my personal favorite traits about Wolverine is that he isn't afraid to take it to the bad guys like a bad guy. He makes so many other superheroes look soft.

Wolverine's fighting game debut in X-Men: COTA was BRILLIANTLY done by Capcom. They even managed to get Wolverine's original voice actor from the X-Men animated TV series (Cathal Dodd), which really made his translation perfect. If you ask me, there is no other Wolverine voice actor... Cathal Dodd is Wolverine. Capcom's artists were spot on with their 2D animation for him, easily making their version of Wolverine the BEST in any video game. Period. (Still to this day). Wolverine's appearance in MVC3 is pretty cool, although, a few of his animations didn't translate that well into 3D. I still prefer Wolvie's classic 2D sprite any day of the week.

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