The origin thing keeps coming up so: James was born after Elizabeth came out of her breakdown. Thomas Logan and Dog apparently arrived after he was born.koku 06:17, 24 January 2007 (UTC)

I don't see where it says that at all. I've looked through the mini-series and it doesn't say how long Thomas Logan worked for the Howletts, but it certainly doesn't say that they arrived after James was born. Elizabeth Howlett was having an affair with Thomas Logan, that much we do know. It was hinted that Dog Logan and Wolverine were one and the same in the first issue. However, once the affair between Elizabeth and Thomas came out and after it was revealed that Wolverine was actually James, it became clear what the intention was. It was no accident that Adam Kubert, the penciler for the mini-series, drew Thomas Logan to look virtually identical to James Howlett as an adult. It was to infer that, as a result of the affair with Elizabeth Howleet, Thomas was James' father. The mini-series never comes straight out and says that Thomas is James' father, but the affair and the uncanny resemblance can't be ignored.Jack Hammer 01:25, 25 January 2007 (UTC)

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article sholud be called Wolverine (James Howlett/Logan) instead of just James Howlett, he is still Wolverine!!!

Please see the discussion on naming conventions. It will soon be moved to the James Howlett page permanently. Regardless, the proper current home for it is Wolverine (James Howlett), not Wolverine (James Howlett/Logan). --Squirrelloid 20:04, 8 May 2007 (UTC)
I agree with Squirrelloid, even though his name is considered Logan, that's a nickname ::--User:MutantKingMagneto (UTC)
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