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Below are list of characters whose reality is unknown and whom we don't want to give a TRN to. Note: Characters may appear here where there is some ambiguity in their reality of origin.

Character Index - Unknown Realities

Warpath

James Proudstar (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0001
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Warpath was a member of the X-Men who performed some unknown major heroic deed that made the entire world love and respect them instead of hating them. This made them the most popular team of super-heroes on earth and were shown having a parade in Times Square.[1]

James Proudstar (Earth-Unknown) from Cable & Deadpool Vol 1 46 0001
Appearances: Cable & Deadpool #46

Warpath was a member of X-Force, which included Deadpool.[2]

Wasp

Janet Van Dyne (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0001
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Wasp was a member of the X-Men who performed some unknown major heroic deed that made the entire world love and respect them instead of hating them. This made them the most popular team of super-heroes on earth and were shown having a parade in Times Square.[1]

Janet Van Dyne (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0001
Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

When She-Hulk of the Prime Universe's comic writer "died" the editors of Marvel Comics began to pitch different ideas for the new style of her 616 comic series. One of them included a version aimed at teenage boys where there was an increased attempt to objectify her by having her pose in bikinis. During an invasion of Atlantean Amazon women, Wasp shrunk down, but her clothes didn't shrink and she ended up naked. She watched as She-Hulk went to confront the women, but upon seeing She-Hulk, they all fled.[3]

Weezi

Louise Grant (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0001
Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

Aliases: Li'l Weezi

When She-Hulk of the Prime Universe's comic writer "died" the editors of Marvel Comics began to pitch different ideas for the new style of her 616 comic series. However, he turned out no to be dead and attempted to pitch the new version of She-Hulk he wanted to write, which instead followed Li'l She-Hulk a child version of herself. Here Li'l Weezi went to get She-Hulk when Xemnu and Spragg attacked the Fantastic Four.[3]

White Tiger

Ava Ayala (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 200 001
Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #200

White Tiger was a member of the mini-ultimates.[4] This reality was imagined by Bobby Drake.

Wolverine

James Howlett (Earth-Unknown) from WildC.A.T.s X-Men Vol 1 The Dark Age 001
Appearances: WildC.A.T.s/X-Men #The Dark Age

When the WildC.A.T.s and X-Men of Earth-7642 travelled back in time, they created a divergent timeline where the Daemonites and Sentinels didn't conquer the United States of America. In 2019, Logan was seen peacefully hanging out with Kenesha.[5]

James Howlett (Earth-Unknown) from Fear Itself Fearsome Four Vol 1 2 0001
Appearances: Fear Itself: Fearsome Four #2

This version of Wolverine was captured and brainwashed into working for Psycho Man's fear army and along with other members of the army was tasked with capturing Man-Thing. The only member of the army shown on Earth-616 was Frankenstein's Monster so the whereabouts and fate of Wolverine are unknown.[6]

James Howlett (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0001
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Wolverine was killed by Angel who was the Horseman of Death who seemingly slaughtered several of Earths hereos.[1]

James Howlett (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0002
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Wolverine was a member of the X-Men who performed some unknown major heroic deed that made the entire world love and respect them instead of hating them. This made them the most popular team of super-heroes on earth and were shown having a parade in Times Square.[1]

James Howlett (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0003
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Wolverine attempted and failed to comforted Colossus after the death of Shadowcat. Years later he was seen fighting a Sentinel when Colossus told Shadowcat he was now married to Titania.[1]

James Howlett (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0004
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Wolverine remained BFFs forever with Cyclops, the pair seemingly lived together and ate spaghettios for dinner. Logan asked for more food but Cyclops did not react due to potential being senile.[1]

James Howlett (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0005
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Wolverine shared an apartment with Jean Grey and had normal relationship problems alongside their superhero duties. After fighting ninjas, Wolverine tracked blood into the apartment, which annoyed Jean because she didn't want to clean it up. He asked her if she was going to ask what happened but she replied she'd already read his mind on it. While he was cleaning up, Jean told him about Nightcrawler and Rogue would be coming to dinner tomorrow, which annoyed Wolverine because he expected Nightcrawler to go on about his restaurant. Jean then asked did he pick up the Hot Pockets which Wolverine replied he didn't get her message but she read his mind to see he was lying. Wolverine then left the apartment asking Jean why she was wearing her Marvel Girl outfit, which Jean replied it was the only thing that fit. [1]

James Howlett (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0001
Appearances: Strange Tales Vol 5 #1

Wolverine injured himself while fixing a wedgie[7]

James Howlett (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0002
Appearances: Strange Tales Vol 5 #1

Wolverine was having an intimate moment with Jean Grey when he discovered a blue hair on her. He assumed it was from Beast and he'd been sleeping Jean and went and beheaded him before Jean could explain the hair was actually from a soft toy [7]

James Howlett (Earth-Unknown) from Deadpool & the Mercs for Money Vol 1 5 001
Appearances: Deadpool & the Mercs for Money #5

Wolverine had been reduced to a living skeleton and was fighting a horde of zombies. He was briefly seen by an unnamed Rigellian Recorder after it entered a rift into the Prime Marvel Universe.[8]

James Howlett (Earth-Unknown) from Deadpool Too Soon? Infinite Comic Vol 1 6 001
Appearances: Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic #6

Wolverine was a member of the Seething Snikters. During a baseball game with the Amazing Arachnids in the Prime Marvel Universe, Deadpool distracted Spider-Ham and in retaliation, the Amazing Arachnids and the Seething Snikters teamed-up to gang up on Wade.[9]

James Howlett (Earth-Unknown) from Deadpool Too Soon? Infinite Comic Vol 1 6 002
Appearances: Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic #6

Wolverine was a member of the Seething Snikters. During a baseball game with the Amazing Arachnids in the Prime Marvel Universe, Deadpool distracted Spider-Ham and in retaliation, the Amazing Arachnids and the Seething Snikters teamed-up to gang up on Wade.[9]

James Howlett (Earth-Unknown) from Deadpool Too Soon? Infinite Comic Vol 1 6 003
Appearances: Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic #6

Wolverine was a member of the Seething Snikters. During a baseball game with the Amazing Arachnids in the Prime Marvel Universe, Deadpool distracted Spider-Ham and in retaliation, the Amazing Arachnids and the Seething Snikters teamed-up to gang up on Wade.[9]

James Howlett (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 1 001
Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #1

Wolverine was among the individuals that knew that Peter Parker was Spider-Man.[10]

Wong

Wong (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0001
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Wong was still the assitant to the Sorcerer Supreme who is this reality was Magik.[1]

Wyatt Wingfoot

Wyatt Wingfoot (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0001
Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

Aliases: Li'l Wyatt

When She-Hulk of the Prime Universe's comic writer "died" the editors of Marvel Comics began to pitch different ideas for the new style of her 616 comic series. However, he turned out no to be dead and attempted to pitch the new version of She-Hulk he wanted to write, which instead followed Li'l She-Hulk a child version of herself. Here Li'l Wyatt went to get She-Hulk when Xemnu and Spragg attacked the Fantastic Four.[3]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 All-New X-Men #25
  2. Cable & Deadpool #46
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Sensational She-Hulk #50
  4. Ultimate Spider-Man #200
  5. WildC.A.T.s/X-Men #The Dark Age
  6. Fear Itself: Fearsome Four #2
  7. 7.0 7.1 Strange Tales Vol 5 #1
  8. Deadpool & the Mercs for Money #5
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Deadpool: Too Soon? Infinite Comic #6
  10. Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #1
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