Dog Logan

There has been no confirmation on whether Sabretooth is Dog or not, so Lets not jump to conclusions. T-1000 23:15, 24 Sep 2005 (Eastern Daylight Time)


The theory doesn't mesh well with Sabretooth's continuity, and ignores that the Howlett children were already born when the Logans began to work on the farm...and the DNA test done by SHIELD.Kokushishin


I thought we were to assume Dog and Sabre- are one and the same. The Origin mini strongly implies it, does it not? I move that we put "Implied to Be Dog Logan" or something to that effect in the article. Darkhawk


There is an intentional resemblance but that's it. Kokushishin 11:00, 26 February 2006 (Eastern Standard Time)

Where'd the Adamantium go?

In the latest issue of the Wolverine comic, Wolverine slices off Creed's right hand. He wouldn't have been able to do so if Creed's skeleton was bonded with Adamantium, so what happened? I haven't been following the X-Men storyline where Creed seeks asylum with the X-Men, was something involving his adamantium skeleton mentioned? Or, is this possibly a case of a writer paying not attention to continuity?Jack Hammer 00:02, 31 March 2007 (UTC)

He had adamantium? Did I miss that? -- M1shawhan 00:13, 31 March 2007 (UTC)
He never used to... at least not back in the dark ages (oh, his 1st appearance through the end of Chris Claremont's writing UXM the first time around at least). --Squirrelloid 05:15, 31 March 2007 (UTC)
He had it at one time because Apocalypse grafted it to his skeleton. He first displayed that he had an Adamantium skeleton and claws in Wolverine #126. Apocalypse later used Celestial technology to remove it from Sabretooth's skeleton and bonded it to Wolverine's skeleton, the first process into making Wolverine into his Horeseman of Death. That's explained in Wolverine #145. Sometime afterward, during the Weapon X monthly series, Sabretooth was abducted by the latest version of the Weapon X Program and Adamantium was grafted to his skeleton once again. The series lasted for nearly 30 issues and he kept it all that time. So, sometime between that and his current involvement with the X-Men, he must've lost it or the writers are just ignoring continuity and pretending that he never had it a second time.Jack Hammer 00:29, 1 April 2007 (UTC)

?

Maybe they intended to make it so he didn't have adamantium laced bones then or they just forgot but neither the less it still wouldn't have stopped wolverine from doing what he did to Creed (yes i hate the fact he is dead) as where wolverine cut him at his joint's not through the arm half way or anything like that .

Helli-can 18:44, 24 April 2008 (UTC)

That argument can only be made in so many instances without it becoming suspicious. For example, when Wolverine slices off Sabretooth's hand in vol.3 #52 I believe, All three of his claws are extended when he does so. So, that means Wolverine's two outer claws would've struck solid bone and the middle claw would've sliced through the joint at the wrist. Only problem with that if Creed's bones were still laced with Adamantium, then the fact that the outer claws struck solid bone would then prevent the center claw from slicing through the wrist joint. Personally, I'm thinking that it's just a case of writers ignoring continuity. I don't think that writers had mentioned Sabretooth's skeleton being re-bonded with Adamantium since the cancellation of the Weapon X monthly series. During Sabretooth's time in the X-Men title, which was just prior to the Evolution story arc, nothing was mentioned about his skeleton still being bonded with Adamantium. I think writers just liked the idea of him not having it and decided to quietly not mention anything about it. Another similar example is what's going on with Spider-Man right now. Joe Quesada said recently in an interview that "The Other" and "The Queen" story arcs are still part of Spider-Man's history. Those story arcs were where he gained new powers and had some of his already existing powers increased. Yet, Spider-Man no longer has those new powers and his older ones are back to their original levels. He said that those story arcs wouldn't be referred to directly anytime soon, which means that the writers don't really have a clue how to explain how the story arcs still happened but there was no change in his powers. Same thing with Creed's Adamantium skeleton. I think it's gone though nothing has happened in the comics to cause him to lose it. And, since writers can't think of anything plausible, they just let it go.Jack Hammer 22:19, 24 April 2008 (UTC)
I've read a direct quote from an interview with Joe Quesada that always comes to mind with things like this: "I'm not concerned with continuity, I'm concerned with putting out good stories."
--Nathan Elliott (Peteparker) (Earth-1218) (talkcontribsemail) 16:52, 27 April 2008 (UTC)
Only flaw with his logic is that good stories, no matter how far out there they might be, have to make some degree of sense.Jack Hammer 23:06, 27 April 2008 (UTC)

The truth is that it is still there. Sabertooth's bones are laced with adamantium. The only difference is that the joints such as his wrists aren't. That is the reason his arm, wrist, and head were able to be removed. User:Damyria

sabertooth origins

X men origins sabertooth is coming and i have to be prepared look i'm not saying I want sabertooth to die I just don't like what you did sabertooth was one of my favorite villians until you maid him dead now i want him back got it?

"We" didn't do anything to the character. Sabretooth is a fictional character owned by Marvel Comics. The character is their property to do with whatever they want to. They decided to kill him, that's the end of it. They'll probably resurrect him somehow at a later time but, until that time comes, he's dead. So, please don't insert anything into the article trying to suggest that he isn't.Jack Hammer 01:42, 22 January 2009 (UTC)

I heard that Sabre wanted to die and asked Wolve to kill him by Muramasa Blade. In one issue hic clone and some other made by Sinister attacked X-men.

Victor Creed = Sabretooth

How do we know he's sabretooth, its never confirmed. They can be different characters, because I dont think he is, they dont even look same.

Revealed many times in the Official Handbooks to the Marvel Universe. Check out the listing to the right.
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 4 6 page 36 Victor Creed (Earth-616).jpg
Nathan (Peteparker) (Earth-1218) (talkcontribsemail) 04:58, February 15, 2010 (UTC)

He assisted Shadowcat in tracking Caliban?

When did that happen? Or should I ask WHERE did that happen? Which issue was that? I'd love to read it! Thanks!

Uncanny X-Men Annual #1994/Annual #18.
--GrnMarvl14 00:29, August 7, 2011 (UTC)

Sabretooth is not Dog

I'm going to go ahead and delete the notes saying Dog and Sabretooth may be the same person, along with the Wolverine suspecting things, unless someone shows a source for the second one because I've read the entirety of X-Men and never saw any of that. The closest was when Sabretooth tries to claim he's Wolverine's father very briefly. As for being Dog, Sabretooth Origins clearly shows he is not. http://marvel.wikia.com/X-Men_Origins:_Sabretooth_Vol_1_1

--MysterioTheBlack 15:29, July 5, 2014 (UTC)
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