The history of Wolverine followed the same path as his future self until he traveled back in time along with Invisible Woman in order to kill Hank Pym to prevent Ultron's rise to power from happening.

When he was about to kill Hank Pym, Wolverine was convinced to not do so by his future self, whose actions of killing Hank Pym created a timeline where Earth was constantly threatened by Morgan le Fay and the heroes struggled to survive. Pym was thus allowed to live, but was tasked to create a hidden failsafe program to destroy Ultron when needed.[1]

During his return to Earth, Hank Pym activated the failsafe program and Ultron was finally defeated, impeding Ultron's rise to power and the annihilation of humankind. After his future self asked Logan to kill him, he traveled back to the present with the Invisible Woman. However, Wolverine's abuse of the time-space continuum broke the fabric of reality, causing a "multiversal chaos", where numerous beings from other realities were transported to other universes through the tears of reality.[2]

Wolverine and the Invisible Woman were not seen after the "time-quakes" created during the multiversal chaos, possibly returning them to their native universe.[3]


Seemingly those of the Wolverine of Earth-616.


Seemingly those of the Wolverine of Earth-616.

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  1. Age of Ultron #9
  2. Age of Ultron #10
  3. Phegley, Kiel (21 June 2013). Watching The Ripples of "Age of Ultron". CBR. Retrieved on 21 January 2018.

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