Why would he say he's faster than I, rather than he's faster than me? It's more likely that he meant he's faster than I thought he was considering just before that he comments on Wolverine dodging hits he didn't expect him to. Context is everything.
I see what you are trying to say now. But you have to remember that he doesn't talk like the "modern" person. He talk like he's in Romeo and Juliet.
I think its that Wolverine was dodging the hits(Of course when you're missing you'll try even more) and then he said he is faster than him. He basically talks like he's in the 1500s or so
I'd think he'd be more like "He's faster than myself" based off of that dialogue then "He's faster than I." Also the hyphen to me dictates something different.