Are you a real person?
Wolverine's are members of the weasel famil, they're not cats.
But seriously, are you for real?
Plz don't be rude. Of cours i know that George Washington is dead, he was after all the first man to lead the americans continental army to victory over britain in the revolutionary war, duh-.
I just want to learn more about awesome superheroes like wolverine, silversurfer, The Hulk, Marvel Man, Mole Man and the fantastic fourz.
How much can wolverine regenerate? What's the baddest wound you've seen him recover from?
The Snuffler says:
"I heard from my big brother... "
This says it all for me. I'm just sayin'.
Well hello,mister Prurience man-doesnt that mean "banana" or someting by the waY?i think you are just jealous because i just did some research and it turns out you looked up to your brother just like me, so i asked myself-why this harrassment`?it turns out,im sorry to say and bring this up, but that your brother is dead and so you hide behinhd a wall of masturbation and harrasment
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The Shiver Man III says:
"He's been reduced to a single drop of blood and completely regenerated before.Here's a link of him fighting Nitro.[Here](http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/c/c8/Wolb.jpg)Wolv gets back up a bit later and beats him senseless."
Wow! a drop a blood. I don't think I like him anymore. Same reason I said I did not like doctor doom, that to powerful and seems like just a lame idea some writer slapped on him..
Sadly, the drop of blood was NOT from a What If?, but an in continuity Wolverine Civil War tie in. I believe it was recent, as in #47.
I agree that this translates into bad writing. I want my Wolverine to heal fast, but not that fast. He was up and on Nitro within minutes after being vaporized to the skeleton. I think that devalues Logan's heroism. Watching him jump into situations where he's going to get hurt bad, and have to heal over time painfully, made him more interesting and heroic. He came close to dying in the old days, which is what he needs to maintain his heroic status.
There's a reason why Deadpool was not as heroic as Wolverine -- he could regenerate a limb in minutes, so he didn't have to be afraid of anyone. I remember a sequence I loved in "Fall of the Mutants" where Wolverine gets decimated by lasers and has to just lie there, helpless, until someone helps him up and to safety.
Far more compelling reading.
You're right...drop of blood was from X-Men, when they fought...god, I don't remember his name, but it was the one where the villain convinced the X-Men to retreat into their dreams -- Storm ran off with Yukio, Dazzler became a bag-lady...and Wolverine decided to fight him.
It was over a crystal, and Wolverine was killed by this Sabretooth look-alike, and when a drop of Wolvie's blood hit the crystal, it supercharged his healing factor, and he regrew his whole body from it.
Damn, I wish I could remember when it happened. All I remember is the awesome Alan Davis art, and that Captain Britain guest starred.
I had never actually read that comic. I'd heard of the drop of blood thing and kind of accepted it, but never really thought about it. The way you're saying it, it was the crystal that made him regrow, not just Wolverine's own healing factor. That makes more sense.
(Bear with me, first time posting an image in here with Markdown)
I found the comic I was talking about -- and the exact page of the blood drop.
A really cool idea. I think we need more believably powered heroes, and insanely powerful but sloppy villains!
Ebony Bishop says:
". There's a reason why Deadpool was not as heroic as Wolverine -- he could regenerate a limb in minutes, so he didn't have to be afraid of anyone. "
who need heroism when you have kick ass swords,
Could wolverine actually lose a limb or would it have to be ripped off, i dont remeber him getting his arm chopped off or anything.
I admit that wolverine is better even though my fan boy attitude is yelling at me. (Forgive me Wade)
It was stated before that his brain needed to be intact for him to
regenerate, but i guess that's no longer the case.
I just pretend that
the regenerate from a skeleton in Wolverine 43 never happened, besides
he regenerated from a burning skeleton in minutes, and in the issue
after he took hours heal after getting punched in
the face by Namor.
He should be really easy to drown if you think about it, that skeleton
must weigh a ton.
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He should be really easy to drown if you think about it, that skeletonmust weigh a ton.
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I never thought of that. How does he run around and be so agile? It must be like having 100 pounds strapped to your back. And what's the deal with Deadpool? He's cool, but he's not ALL THAT.
"I never thought of that. How does he run around and be so agile? It must be like having 100 pounds strapped to your back. And what's the deal with Deadpool? He's cool, but he's not ALL THAT."
Can someone link that picture of Deadpool forcefeeding vegetarians meatloaf please
"fesak says:He should be really easy to drown if you think about it, that skeletonmust weigh a ton.
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I never thought of that. How does he run around and be so agile? It must be like having 100 pounds strapped to your back. And what's the deal with Deadpool? He's cool, but he's not ALL THAT."
Marvel counters that by a) claiming he has superhuman strength like Captain America, and b) saying that Adamantium is "an extremely light metal for it's strength".
Since I'm pretty sure they invented it for Wolverine (anyone know for sure?) they made it as convenient as possible to his abilities.
"Wolverine doesn't have super-strenght and adamantium was introduced long before him in Avengers."
How could Wolverine logically NOT have superhuman strength? His muscles regrow every time he tears them, which should, in effect, make him a miniature body builder. There are no limitations on weight with his bones as the are unbreakable.
If memory serves (please, anyone who still owns one, please confirm), the Official Handbook to the Marvel Universe lists Wolverine's strength as being able to lift 800 lbs.
I think that qualifies as "super strength".
But thanks for the info on Adamantium.
That page previously posted doesn't talk about regeneration at all. Was there something left out? I've read X-Men and Wolverine for years and have never come across anything in the normal Marvel continuum showing him regenerating fully from a single drop of blood. That's crazy talk.
In reading X-Men and Wolverine it's obvious that his healing factor has actual limits. When Magneto tore the Adamantium from his body Logan reverted to a more primal state and his healing factor was in a funk for quite a while as his system attempted to recover.
When he fought Nitro he was burned down to the bone, that's about as extreme as I've seen his regeneration work so far.
It's nice that wolverine has adamantium laced bones again since it makes his regeneration ALOT easier in that no enemy can easily cut limbs off or cut him in half. I'm guessing it would take a bit of time to regenerate an arm or low half of the body etc...
Wolverine in the Ultimate Universe and his battle with Ultimate Hulk happened in an alternate universe, and although that world isn't any less significant than the 'usual' Marvel Universe, you have to admit there are alot of differences in characters, events, and powers.
One thing that always bothered me was how much his healing factor was limited in X-Men movies. I remember one scene where he gets a bullet in the head and collapses to the ground for a minute while regenerating. While this may be impressive to the theater audience, I was disappointed as a Wolverine fan because I knew that in the comics a bullet would have just bounced off his adamantium skull or lodged in the skin outside it....never causing him to be out of commission for so long.
You wanna know how you beat Wolerine? You punch him,no serious. In one of the civil war tie-ins,Nitro burned him to the bone nothing left but a skeleton. He came back fully recovered in two minutes. But when he got in a fight with Namor,he got hit with an upper cut and was knocked out for a couple hours. So burn to the bone no. Left hook yes.
Read any Wolverine comic, especially the ones where he fights Sabertooth. Wolverine gets tore apart and ends up healing and carrying on.
As for he left hook, it's issue #43 of the current wolverine series that is tied into Civil War. For a guy with a metal skeleton he sure has a glass jaw/skull where ever he was hit. It looked like the back of the head to me, but that has been a few monthes.
"It used to be smaller things though. Getting shot in the arm okay,clawed up face okay,then it started getting out of control,shotgun blast takes his whole face off and he laughs,Hulk rips him in two and he comes back. I mean come on."
true they have gone a little too far with his healing..but hes still a bad ass
"Gambler says:"It used to be smaller things though. Getting shot in the arm okay,clawed up face okay,then it started getting out of control,shotgun blast takes his whole face off and he laughs,Hulk rips him in two and he comes back. I mean come on."true they have gone a little too far with his healing..but hes still a bad ass"
Dude, I like totally agree with ya!
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