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wolverine comics Wolverine, commonly known as Logan, is a fictional Marvel Comics superhero and a member of several teams, including the X-Men and the New Avengers. Created by writer Len Wein and artist John Romita, Sr. with some input by Incredible Hulk illustrator Herb Trimpe, Wolverine first appeared in Incredible Hulk #180-181 (October 1974). X-Men writer Chris Claremont played a significant role in the character's subsequent development. Frank Miller also helped to revise the character in the early eighties with the eponymous limited series in which Wolverine's catch phrase, "I'm the best there is at what I do, but what I do isn't very nice" was first written. A mutant, Wolverine possesses animal-keen senses, enhanced physical capabilities, and a healing factor that allows him to recover from virtually any wound. This healing ability enabled the supersoldier program Weapon X to bond the near unbreakable metal alloy adamantium to his skeletal system that includes razor-sharp retractable claws. He is also a master of hand-to-hand combat and martial arts. Wolverine joined the X-Men's "All New, All Different" roster in Giant-Size X-Men #1 (May 1975). Wolverine was symbolic of the many tough anti-authority anti-heroes that emerged in American popular culture after the Vietnam War,[1] and his willingness to use deadly force and brooding nature became standard characteristics for comic book anti-heroes by the end of the 1980s.[2] As a result, the character became the clear favorite for fans of the increasingly popular X-Men franchise.[3]. He has been featured in his own solo comic since 1988 and he has been a central character in every X-Men adaptation, including animated television series, video games, and the live action 20th Century Fox film series, in which he is played by Hugh Jackman.[4] Contents [hide] 1 Publication history 1.1 Wolverine's intended origin 1.2 Wolverine's second intended origin 2 Fictional Character Biography 2.1 Origin 2.2 Early Years 2.2.1 World War I 2.2.2 World War II 2.2.3 Team X 2.3 Weapon X 2.3.1 Department H 2.4 X-Men 2.5 Post House of M 2.6 New Avengers 2.7 Civil War 2.8 Post Civil War 3 Wolverine: Origins 4 Powers and abilities 4.1 Skills and personality 5 Other versions 6 In other media 6.1 Films 6.1.1 Casting 6.1.2 Solo film 6.2 Television 6.3 Video games 6.4 Music 6.5 Action figures 7 See also 8 References 9 External links [edit] Publication history Wolverine first appeared in the final "teaser" panel of The Incredible Hulk #180 (cover date October 1974) written by Len Wein and pencilled by Herb Trimpe. The character then appeared in a number of advertisements in various Marvel Comics publications in early July (cover date November) before making his first major appearance in Hulk #181 (cover date November 1974) again by Wein and Trimpe. John Romita, Sr. designed Wolverine's yellow-and-blue costume. The character's introduction was ambiguous, revealing little beyond his being a superhuman agent of the Canadian government. In these appearances, he does not retract his claws, although Len Wein stated they had always been conceived of as retractable.[5]. He appears briefly in the finale to this story in Hulk #182. Wolverine's next appearance was 1975's Giant-Size X-Men #1, written by Wein and penciled by Dave Cockrum, in which Wolverine is recruited for a new squad. Gil Kane, who drew the cover of the comic, accidentally drew Wolverine's mask wrong, with larger headpieces. Dave Cockrum liked Kane's alteration (believing it to be similar to Batman's mask) and decided to incorporate it into his own artwork for the actual story.[6] Cockrum is also the first artist to draw Wolverine without his mask, and the distinctive hairstyle became a trademark of the character. Cover to The Incredible Hulk #181. Wolverine's first major appearance. Pencils by Herb Trimpe.


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