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Logan was a member of the X-Men whose past in shrouded in mystery. What little that is known is that he was very old, having been around before WWII.[3] Over the course of the series, his origin was elaborated on. However, near the end of the series, it was revealed that many memories he has were fake.[4] He was in love with Jean Grey who was dating[5] and later married to Cyclops.[6] This and Cyclops' decision to leave Morph behind[7] made Logan hostile toward him.[8] He was one of the key X-Men having almost no life outside of them and was one of the most frequently available team members. He (and sometimes the X-Men) came into conflict with enemies he has made over his long life span such as Omega Red,[9] Lady Deathstrike,[10] and Sabertooth.[11]

He was present at the wedding of Scott Summers and Jean Grey and warned Scott not to hurt Jean or he will come for him.[6]

Logan while visiting the grave of a suspected war criminal remembered a mission during World War 2 with Captain America to save the war criminal who betrayed them to the Red Skull. He was visited at the grave by his daughter who revealed to Logan that he was a double agent working for the Allied Forces. After hearing this, Logan used his adamantium claws to en scroll "Hero" on his gravestone. He then when to dinner to a local bistro with the daughter to celebrate her father's life.[3]

He was also present when Professor Xavier was taken by Lilandra to heal him.[12]

Powers and Abilities


Seemingly those of the James Howlett of Earth-616.


Seemingly those of the James Howlett of Earth-616.


  • Wolverine appearances in the 1990's X-Men: The Animated Series, was voiced by Cathal J. Dodd, who portrayed it as particularly raspy.


  • Like his counterpart from Earth-8107, this version of Wolverine wears the yellow and blue "Tigerstripe" costume from the comics.
  • Dodd also provided Wolverine's voice in the Marvel vs. Capcom series of fighting games until the year 2000 with Marvel vs. Capcom 2.

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