What is the deal with Sabretooth, anyway?

#1 Posted by DoctorNemesis (4 posts) - - Show Bio

He's dead, and in Hell, in the Wolverine goes to Hell arc, and there have been a multitude of clones, here, there and everywhere, facing down Wolverine here, Uncanny X-Men there, others, probably, elsewhere... But, at the same time, he's alive and well, and acting as a father figure to Daken, in Uncanny X-Force? Can anyone break it down for a reader who spent a decade and a half away from comics, and has just recently reentered the fold?

#2 Posted by allthatsgeek (127 posts) - - Show Bio

*waves his hand* That wasn't Sabertooth in Hell...These aren't the droids you're looking for...

#3 Posted by evilvegeta74 (4530 posts) - - Show Bio

He a damn Skrull, so is Wolvie, he's in 2 many titles

#4 Posted by joshmightbe (24937 posts) - - Show Bio

Death is at best a mild inconvenience in the Marvel universe. With some characters its as common as getting the flu.

#5 Posted by crackerjack82 (2607 posts) - - Show Bio

Ok Sabes should of never been cloned, Second Wolverine is magic, he can be 1,232,435,45,65,675,316 places at once, and still DO Nothing

#6 Posted by HellionVulcan (3867 posts) - - Show Bio

@crackerjack82 said:

Ok Sabes should of never been cloned, Second Wolverine is magic, he can be 1,232,435,45,65,675,316 places at once, and still DO Nothing

Thats wolverines passive ability hahaha i dunno marvel seems lost with what to do with sabretooth & the clone saga thing doesn't make make sense .

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