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Real Name: Logan
Other Aliases: Wolvie, Patch, Weapon X
hair/Eyes: Black/Blue Weight: 300 lbs.
Place of Birth: Unknown, possibly Canada
First Appearance: Incredible Hulk #181
Team Affiliation: (current) Adventurer, member of the X-Men, (possible former) Samurai, (former) CIA operative, member of Canada's Weapon X program, leader of Alpha Flight, bartender on Madripoor
Strength level: While Wolverine may be of an advanced age, he possesses the normal human strength of a man in his prime with his height and build who engages in intensive regular exercise. While possessing the adamantium skeleton, Wolverine's strength was increased to the human maximum, making him capable of lifting (pressing) 800 lbs.
Mutant Powers: Wolverine is a mutant with a number of enhancements to his physiology.
Wolverine possesses heightened senses, making him capable of seeing things at a maximum distance greater than that of a normal human. His hearing is enhanced in a similar manner, and he is able to recognize people and objects by scent, even if that person or object is hidden. Logan can use these enhanced senses to track anyone, with an impressive degree of success.
Wolverine possesses retractable bone claws that are housed in his forearms. At will Wolverine can release these claws through his skin between the knuckles on each hand. The skin between the knuckles tears and bleeds, but bleeding is quickly halted by his healing factor. The claws are naturally sharp and tougher than that of normal human bone structure. This allows Wolverine to be able to cut through most types of flesh and natural materials. With his adamantium skeleton, his claws are able to cut through almost any material without any fear of damage to the bone.
Lastly, Wolverine possesses an accelerated healing factor based on his physiology. While most normal humans heal injuries over a long period of time, Wolverine's healing factor speeds up that natural process. Wolverine's natural healing has been advanced to the point where he can heal extensive injuries (such as broken limbs) in a matter of hours to days. This factor gives him a higher resistance to poisons and toxins, and he can recover from almost any injury. The more extensive the injury, the longer the healing time will be.
Wolverine is not immortal, however. If the injuries are extensive enough, especially if they result in the loss of vital organs, large amounts of blood, and/or loss of physical form (such as having flesh burned away by fire or acid), Logan can die.
Wolverine, again due to his healing factor, has an enhanced resistance to disease, as well as an extended life span. Despite Wolverine's chronological age, he is still as healthy and physically fit as a man in his prime.
Abilities: Due to his extensive training as a CIA operative, a Samurai, and as a member of the Weapon X program, Wolverine is a master of multiple forms of martial arts, weapons, and vehicles. He is also a trained expert in computers, explosives, and assassination techniques.
A star member of the X-Men, whose long, checkered, and mostly forgotten past remains a mystery to him. Wolverine's confusion is compounded by his recent discovery that many of his memories were artificially implanted. It is believed that Logan served as an agent of the Canadian government, when his mutant abilities were discovered - he was put though a series of procedures that bonded the unbreakable metal Adamantium to his skeleton. Perhaps his most remarkable feature, and certainly his trademark, are the retractable Adamantium claws! As Weapon X, he worked for the Canadian government, but eventually joined the X-Men where he has remained almost constantly ever since.