Quotes, memorable moments and other fun stuff from Wolverine

#1 Posted by Rosencrantz&Guildenstern (275 posts) - - Show Bio

Wolvie haters will probably love to pick on this thread, and there might also be a handful of similar topics, but I simply couldn't resist. Please feel free to continue this thread with any memorable events, one liners, memories of Wolvie, may it be funny, tragic, cathartic, monumental, fun, whatever your heart dictates.
 
I for one would start with a funny,  "father figure up yer @ss" scene:
 

#2 Posted by Precise (22883 posts) - - Show Bio

 In Old Man Logan
#3 Posted by GT-Man (4054 posts) - - Show Bio

   
#4 Posted by GT-Man (4054 posts) - - Show Bio

Lets keep this thread alive people!
   

#5 Edited by Rosencrantz&Guildenstern (275 posts) - - Show Bio
@Precise: LOL, Snikt indeed!
 
@GT-Man:
Hell, GT, that Gif made me roll'n'roar for 10 full minutes! The MumblePuss picture fills me with suspicion, though: is that Mickey Mouse diguised as the Wolvster? I knew letting Disney buy Marvel was a bad move...
#6 Posted by GT-Man (4054 posts) - - Show Bio
@Rosencrantz&Guildenstern: 
Yah me too but here's some hope that marvel may still have a chance I hope this won't be to inappropriate  lol
   
#7 Posted by CATMANEXE (17052 posts) - - Show Bio

My number #1 is any single time he calls himself " the ol' canucklehead "
its just funny as hell having this hardcore tough guy saying something that goofy.
 
And I can never get the image out of my mind of the many times in the old
Animated Series he yelled out  " I go...where I WANNAAAAAAAA GOOOOOO!!!! "
lmao!
 
someone please, please post the video clip of Wolverine getting the meat out of the fridge
in the animated series. I can't find it.

#8 Posted by Andferne (38808 posts) - - Show Bio

My favorite moment from the X-movies was in the 2nd one when the soldiers infiltrate the mansion. "You picked the wrong house bub".
Besides that. The times he gets owned by Cyclops. xP

#9 Posted by CATMANEXE (17052 posts) - - Show Bio

oh!oh! disregard the above! i found it!  

 

   

@Andferne said:

" The times he gets owned by Cyclops. xP "


which one of them? lol.
#10 Posted by jesusjoe (51 posts) - - Show Bio

Sorry for the big images, but couldn't downplay this moment. Whether you liked bone claws or hated them, that was one hell of a moment.
#11 Edited by FadeToBlackBolt (23334 posts) - - Show Bio
@Andferne said:
" My favorite moment from the X-movies was in the 2nd one when the soldiers infiltrate the mansion. "You picked the wrong house bub". Besides that. The times he gets owned by Cyclops. xP "
Cyclops rules :D

On topic: I don't know what issue it is, but it's an extra issue thrown in in my copy of Wolverine: Agent of SHIELD. It deals with Logan's time in a Concentration Camp during WW2, and it's just epic. Enemy of the State is pretty epic all around though. The fight against the Gorgon was sweet.
#12 Posted by Rosencrantz&Guildenstern (275 posts) - - Show Bio
@GT-Man said:
" @Rosencrantz&Guildenstern: 
Yah me too but here's some hope that marvel may still have a chance I hope this won't be to inappropriate  lol
    "
HEy GT, if I ever get the chance to found my own nation, this will be our national flag! XD
 
@CATMANEXE said:
" My number #1 is any single time he calls himself " the ol' canucklehead " its just funny as hell having this hardcore tough guy saying something that goofy. 

Then you must adore most of the Hama storie, 'cause the G.I. Joe mastermind had Wolvie call himself "Ol' Canucklehead a whoooole lottaa time" XD And yeah, blast that salami! Not to mention the turkey incident...XD
 
 
@jesusjoe:  That was exactly what I was planning to post, Joe! Thanks for uploading it! Fatal Attractions doesn't seem to be very popular around here, but the last issue of it, written by Larry Hama and drawn by Adam Kubert, is one of the most marvelous Wolvie stories ever for me. Wolvie's "saying farewell" to Jubilee is also beautiful.
 
@FadeToBlackBolt:
I think you're talking about issue 32, volume 2 or 3 (depends on whether yxou count the 4 issue mini series of Wolvie as the first volume or not). A pretty good Millar story. Here's the comicvine link to it: 
http://www.comicvine.com/wolverine-prisoner-number-zero/37-114056/
 

 And now, let's move on to some pub etiquette and some brooding over the negative effects of civilisation:






From Wolverine vol. 2, issue 25, Blood and Claws story arc. Love it!
#13 Posted by FadeToBlackBolt (23334 posts) - - Show Bio
@Rosencrantz&Guildenstern: Yep, that's it, thanks :)
 
It was awesome :D My favourite Wolverine (solo) story by a mile.
#14 Edited by logansgirl (140 posts) - - Show Bio

From Wolverine vol.2  #181
 

                                                             

                                                               Cracks me up every time,and I LOVE the way he's drawn...freakin Hawt!
#15 Posted by G'bandit (13689 posts) - - Show Bio
@Sabbatha said:
" From Wolverine vol.2  #181
 

                                                             
                                                               Cracks me up every time,and I LOVE the way he's drawn...freakin Hawt! "
LMAO
#16 Posted by jesusjoe (51 posts) - - Show Bio

And now, for the best worst Wolverine moments of all time. The infamous Punisher v5 16/17.



#17 Posted by ironshadow (1470 posts) - - Show Bio

#18 Posted by logansgirl (140 posts) - - Show Bio
@jesusjoe said:
" And now, for the best worst Wolverine moments of all time. The infamous Punisher v5 16/17.



"looooooooooooool, that's so bad it's good!
#19 Posted by Wimjet (29 posts) - - Show Bio
@ironshadow:
what is this from?
#20 Posted by ironshadow (1470 posts) - - Show Bio
@Wimjet: New X-Men  #21, Childhood's end part 2, Decimation 
#21 Edited by Rosencrantz&Guildenstern (275 posts) - - Show Bio
@Sabbatha:  Oh yeah, I love that one too. "No darlin'... Spider-Man's a sissy." XD Everytime Wolvie interacts with children has some eerie but interesting aspect of it.  Anybody remembers when he first encountered Elsie Dee? 
 
@jesusjoe said:

" And now, for the best worst Wolverine moments of all time. The infamous Punisher v5 16/17.



"


 
Oh my God, where did Logan develop his love for corny word-wits? Not that I haven't been rolling from laughter here for 10 minutes after reading that. And boy, he sure knows how to articulate properly without lips! ;) This part makes me glad Logan's not the lead singer of Slipknot. Just imagine him howl: "If you're five-five-five then I'm SNIKT-SNIKT-SNIKT! XO  The art kicks ass, by the way, is it drawn by Derek Robertson? I love the way he draws Wolverine!  
 

@ironshadow: 


Ironshadow, You've just reminded me why I wanted to pivk up the New X-Men again. Thanks!
#22 Posted by ironshadow (1470 posts) - - Show Bio
@Rosencrantz&Guildenstern: My pleasure XD
#23 Posted by FadeToBlackBolt (23334 posts) - - Show Bio
@ironshadow said:
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Ok, that's the best Wolverine moment ever. Thread over.
#24 Posted by jesusjoe (51 posts) - - Show Bio
@Rosencrantz&Guildenstern said:

@jesusjoe said:

" And now, for the best worst Wolverine moments of all time. The infamous Punisher v5 16/17."

 
Oh my God, where did Logan develop his love for corny word-wits? Not that I haven't been rolling from laughter here for 10 minutes after reading that. And boy, he sure knows how to articulate properly without lips! ;) This part makes me glad Logan's not the lead singer of Slipknot. Just imagine him howl: "If you're five-five-five then I'm SNIKT-SNIKT-SNIKT! XO  The art kicks ass, by the way, is it drawn by Derek Robertson? I love the way he draws Wolverine!  
 
Glad you liked it. He's called Darick, not Derek, Robertson actually; guess his parents were 'too cool' for 'traditional' names. But dammit if it's not that type who raise the coolest artists, a fact that deserves recognition with yet another crazy moment from that same story. Gotta love the facial expressions here, particularly since Wolvie still doesn't have a face.  Written, in case you hadn't guessed, by ol' Garth Ennis- usually not a fan of his humorous stuff, but this story is just Plan 9 from Outer Space style awesome.

And now for a piece with appallingly poor art, but certainly a pretty unusual Wolverine moment- from What If? v2 16.


Followed by an ol' classic from Uncanny before it was Uncanny X-Men #110; the precursor to the Fastball Special


And, because I saw someone suggest that Wolverine was a good mentor in another thread the other day, and I wish to break all your browsers with excessive imagery, a few issues later in Uncanny #129. Kitty Pryde discovers all about the X-Men in a malt shop, whilst Wolverine honorably helps guard the entrance from the counter...



Still not sure if any of them hold up to @ironshadow 's New X-Men one though...
#25 Edited by Rosencrantz&Guildenstern (275 posts) - - Show Bio
@jesusjoe: 
Oh, it's DERICK Robertson? Sorry and thanks for the info! Rucka's run wouldn't have been the same without Robertson. He's managed to make Wolverine extremely intimidating. At one of the panels in issue 2, vol.2, I thought ot myself: "Man, if a guy looking like this would grin at me like that on the street I'd sure piss in my pants out of fear!"
 
Oh, yeah, The only thig that's more entertaining than Cyclops owning Wolverine is maybe when Colossus does the same! I guess Logan becomes very siletn every time they ask him about the origin of his famous Fastball Special attack...XD
Regarding Wolverine's Father figure issues: it is a thing I find totally fascinating in him. I mean, you have a guy here who has severe psychic issues and personal flaws, yet he still manages to inspire, help and communicate witjh all these kids, though one'd think the youth should be kept away from a man such as Logan.
#26 Posted by Deadknight (611 posts) - - Show Bio

A current favorite of mine that I found online: 

 

And then there's this one that someone here on Comicvine was gracious enough to find for me: 

 


I believe that this one actually came out shortly after that whole pre-release of the Wolverine movie script... If I had to guess you know.

#27 Posted by Rosencrantz&Guildenstern (275 posts) - - Show Bio
@Deadknight: 
 Hey, thanks for breathing new life into my thread!
 
Yupp, Logan's all cool and confident even with his wiener hanging out! 
 
your other scan makes me curois, though: how would Wolvie receive his Origins movie?
#28 Posted by Deadknight (611 posts) - - Show Bio

@Rosencrantz&Guildenstern: 
I'm pretty sure there's been some fanart that adresses the issue of what Wolverine would think of his own movie. I couldn't find the one I was thinking of, but I did find this one on Deviantart: 

 




   

#29 Posted by digitalwolf (7 posts) - - Show Bio

I find this one really funny: "You Egg Sucking Piece of Gutter Trash! You allways liked to pick on people smaller than you! I'm small! Pick on me!"
  

#30 Posted by Rosencrantz&Guildenstern (275 posts) - - Show Bio
@Deadknight: Heh heh, nice mangaesque Wolverine. I wish he would look more like this in the Wolverine Anime.
 
@digitalwolf: Oh yes. Thanks for reminding me why I loved this series so much. It's my favorite action\adventure cartoon from the '90s alongside with The Gargoyles and Beast Wars: Transformers. 
 
Once again, I just couldn't resist:

#31 Posted by joshmightbe (24690 posts) - - Show Bio

Anybody got a scan of Molly Hayes knocking Logan on his ass cause thats one of the funniest things I've ever seen

#32 Posted by weaponx (1566 posts) - - Show Bio

Nice thread!
#33 Posted by Deadknight (611 posts) - - Show Bio
@joshmightbe said:
"Anybody got a scan of Molly Hayes knocking Logan on his ass cause thats one of the funniest things I've ever seen "

Found two of those moments actually: 

 


 
#34 Posted by Rosencrantz&Guildenstern (275 posts) - - Show Bio
@weaponx: Thanks! 
 
@Deadknight: Oh my God!  Joshmightbe was right, this is hilarious! I've gotta pick up The Runaways sometime soon!
#35 Edited by weaponx (1566 posts) - - Show Bio

    
 
    
    
 
Of course never happened, but still entertaining:P! 
 
   
#36 Posted by Outside_85 (8147 posts) - - Show Bio
@Rosencrantz&Guildenstern said:
" @Deadknight: Heh heh, nice mangaesque Wolverine. I wish he would look more like this in the Wolverine Anime.
 
@digitalwolf: Oh yes. Thanks for reminding me why I loved this series so much. It's my favorite action\adventure cartoon from the '90s alongside with The Gargoyles and Beast Wars: Transformers. 
 
Once again, I just couldn't resist:

 
"

This.
#37 Posted by weaponx (1566 posts) - - Show Bio

   
#38 Posted by Rosencrantz&Guildenstern (275 posts) - - Show Bio
@weaponx: Awesome pictures, Weaponx. facing up against the Juggernaut with bare bone claws is one epic step. Still, it is good that Sam Guthrie was there to save the day in a rather... umm, unconventional manner XD
 
@Outside_85:
I reckon you'd like to see some more. God bless whoever uploaded this!
 

Introducing the gruesome, the vile, the unstoppable WENSPUTCHH!
#39 Posted by weaponx (1566 posts) - - Show Bio

   @Rosencrantz&Guildenstern: 
 
Thanks, and LOL on the Wolverine/SheHulk scan!  
 
 
 

 


 

 


 



 
#40 Posted by Deadknight (611 posts) - - Show Bio

Thought I'd post this great opening sequence from Wolverine: Weapon X #1. 

 


 


 


 


 


 

   
#41 Posted by Rosencrantz&Guildenstern (275 posts) - - Show Bio
@weaponx: 
 
Fantastic pictures, weaponx! I especially like that of Logan stabbing Magneto, a scene that manages to be gritty and emotional at the same time. Even though it's strange how many times Wolverine's been able to stab Magnus despite the adamantium bonded to his skeleton. I also love Fatal Attractions, especially the final part written by Larry Hama.
 
@Deadknight:
Wolverine's brutal charm and one liners + slapstick humor = a vast array of awesome. It would be kickass beyond comprehension to have this scene reimagined in the upcoming Wolverine movie or an animated series: imagine the subway train (is that the right AmE term?) arriving at the station with an ever decreasing pace till gently stopping; the automated door opening slowly opening with a quiet creak, that the thug blitzing out driven by the flaming pain in his arse, screaming like a little girl! XD
#42 Posted by Deadknight (611 posts) - - Show Bio



Were-Wolverine... I'd run if I were you...
















Kudos if you get the reference.
#43 Posted by WarBlade539 (4498 posts) - - Show Bio

Bump

#44 Edited by amonahanart (56 posts) - - Show Bio

Wolvie has the best lines in the X-Men comics.

He is so "Dirty Harry" with claws;)

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