|Real Name:||James Howlett (Presumed)|
|Originally From:||Alberta, Canada|
|Relatives:||X-23 (Female Clone/Daughter)|
|Affiliations:||Canadian Special Forces|
|Hair color:||Navy Blue|
|First Appearance:||Strategy X|
|Voiced by:||Scott McNeil|
- "Everything you've ever learned about yourselves, your strengths, and your limits... it all comes down to this very moment. Tonight, we're the world's last, best hope to stop this madman"
- —Wolverine in Ascension II
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Logan is a very headstrong and strong-willed man. Despite the fact he can be insensitive, he is actually a very caring, loyal and self-sacrificing person. He is always willing to defend someone who needs it, X-23, Charles, Spyke and anyone else. Despite his temper and violent attributions, he does try to control them and teach the "youth" violence isn't the best option, but that sometimes it is needed and sometimes is the only way.
Logan is a lot like his comic book version. He seems to consider Kitty and X-23 like daughters, so may see the X-Men as a whole family. Logan is known to be very sarcastic, point out the obvious and be extremely blunt. Although he prefers to be alone, he does enjoy the company of those he likes and sometimes can become nervous when given a job he feels he may not excel at.
Logan is very possessive of his motorcycle to the point of being easily provoked when its safety is threatened, typically by the young mutants' antics.
Powers & Abilities
- Cellular Regeneration: His primary mutant power is a high-rate of cellular regeneration that enables him to regenerate damaged or destroyed tissues with far greater speed and efficiency than an ordinary human. His healing factor allows him to heal and recover from almost any injury in a matter of seconds or minutes, depending on the degree of the injury or injuries.
- Ailment Immunity: His healing ability also makes him immune to all forms of illness and disease. He is also immune to poisons and drugs unless given in massive doses.
- Superhuman Longevity: He is nigh-impervious to age & cellular decay via constant cellular regeneration. However, this isn't the same as immortality, as he may die once he has reached considerable, age where he cannot regenerate well.
- Enhanced Condition: Wolverine possesses multiple, physical enhancements due to his natural, mutant regenerative healing factor. His healing factor greatly enhances his physical attributes granting him enhanced strength, agility, reflexes, endurance and senses allowing him to survive in harsh terrain with no survival gear.
- Superhuman Senses: Wolverine's enhanced senses allow him to hear with great clarity and distance, see clearly in dark environments and track someone entirely by scent.
- Adamantium Skeleton: His healing factor allowed him to survive the weapon X program bonding his skeleton with the indestructible metal Adamantium making his skeletal structure unbreakable.
- Adamantium Claws: The Adamantium structure within him includes a set of 3 retractable claws in both forearms which he can extend between the knuckles of his hands and retract at will. The claws are razor sharp and can cut through anything limited only by the driving force behind them.
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- Concept Art for Wolverine.
- Wolverine's Harley Davidson
- Middleverse the first time Wolverine does not appear. 
- In Spykecam, Logan and Scott are both shown to be black belts. 
- For Christmas Wolverine's relaxing in a bar alone, shooting pool. 
- Every time Logan & Charles have a serious conversation, they take place outside. 
- This is the first episodes to touch on Wolverine's backstory.  
- Magneto was liberated from a POW camp during World War II by Wolverine and Captain America. 
- Mystique is able to mask her scent from Wolverine even when beside him.  
- Rogue, Wolverine, Blob, Beast and Spyke were all captures by the military and sent to Area 51. 
- Gets a new uniform in black with golden stripes on the shoulders in The Stuff of Heroes. 
- The graffiti mural in the opening of Mainstream has distortions of Wolverine, Rogue, Cyclops & Jean. 
- Magneto tries recruiting Wolverine via Colossus. 
- Wolverine saved Rogue's life by talking her down when she looses control of her powers. 
- Storm and Wolverine are off-screen tracking Mystique down after the events of Self Possessed.  
- Charles Xavier, Shadowcat, Wolverine and Rogue are the only X-Men to have any lines in X23. 
- Jean Grey, Amara, & Logan all went horseback riding. As seen in the picture on Jeans billboard. 
- Rogue, Storm, Wolverine and Beast all appear in No Good Deed, but have no lines. 
- Wolverine helps X-23 take down part of HYDRA. 
- Wolverine's worst nightmare is going through the experimentation of the Weapon X Program. .
- Ororo was pouring tea for Logan, while her hands started shaking Logan put his on hers to calm them. Not even pulling away when Kitty walked in. 
- Wolverine took out his claws to slice open a door, despite not having his healing powers. 
- Despite all the images of the X-Men in The Future, Wolverine doesn't appear in any of them. 
- Grim Reminder is the first episode to focus on Wolverine, who would go on to get a single episode about him in every season.    Where as Storm and Charles Xavier only get an episode each.  
- Owns two Harley Davidsons. The blue one when he's in uniform, and the red when he's not. 
- Has no biological children, but does have a female clone, created from his DNA, named X-23.  
- Wolverine gets a single episode about him in every season.   
- When designing his costume, they used colors closer to his brownish uniform from the Marvel Comics.
- According to Producer/Writer/Director Boyd Kirkland, their hands were always tied with Wolverine because of the violent aspect of his power and nature, and he was an adult. The two episode that were focused on him also had to have two other students present the whole time. Nightcrawler was in both.
In Other Media
- This is Wolverine's third appearance in an X-Men cartoon. Previously he appeared in: Pryde of the X-Men and X-Men: The Animated Series.
- Wolverine is the main character in the cartoon Wolverine and the X-Men.
- Wolverine has appeared in some capacity in nine of the X-Men films.
- Wolverine has appeared in every X-Men video game.
|Strategy X||X Impulse||Rogue Recruit||Mutant Crush||Speed & Spyke||Middleverse||Turn of the Rogue|
|Spykecam||Survival of the Fittest||Shadowed Past||Grim Reminder||The Cauldron I||The Cauldron II|
|Growing Pains||Power Surge||Bada-Bing Bada-Boom||Fun and Games||The Beast of Bayville||Adrift||On Angel's Wings||African Storm||Joyride|
|Walk on the Wild Side||Operation: Rebirth||Mindbender||Shadow Dance||Retreat||The Hex Factor||Day of Reckoning I||Day of Reckoning II|
|Day of Recovery||The Stuff of Heroes||Mainstream||The Stuff of Villains||Blind Alley||X-Treme Measures||The Toad, the Witch, |
and the Wardrobe
|Self Possessed||Under Lock and Key||Cruise Control||X23||Dark Horizon I||Dark Horizon II|
|Impact||No Good Deed *||Target X||Sins of the Son||Uprising||Cajun Spice||Ghost of a Chance||Ascension I||Ascension II|