LOGAN
(of Earth-1004)

Real Name: Presumably James Howlett (see comments)

Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-1004) human mutant

Occupation: Wanderer; former adventurer

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: Formerly the Avengers (Captain America, Thor, others), President John Jameson, Charles Xavier

Enemies: Formerly Vice President Graydon Creed, the Legion of Evil Mutants (Mystique, Sabretooth, others), Magnus

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Mobile throughout Earth

First Appearance: X-Men Millennial Visions (August, 2000)

Powers/Abilities: Logan had a superhuman healing factor that inhibited his aging process, allowing him to survive at least 75 years, if not much longer. He also had jagged claws that extended from his forehands.

Height: 5'3" (by approximation)
Weight: 300 lbs. (by approximation)
Eyes: Blue (see comments)
Hair: Black

History: (X-Men Millennial Visions - "Last Man Standing" (fb) - BTS) - Logan wrote in his journal on January 13, 2002 about the end of the Kree-Daedemon War, in which the Avenger Thor was the only survivor. Two days later, Logan wrote how Thor had returned to Asgard, never to be seen again and how the world had erupted into panic, fearing another alien invasion without Captain America and Earth's other protectors to help them. Nearly a week later, Logan wrote another entry about the assassination of President John Jameson during a speech on global unity in Genosha, with the assassins never found. The following day, Vice President Graydon Creed assumed United States command, months later causing anti-mutant hysteria to reach all-time highs, prompting the Legion of Evil Mutants to declare war on Creed and his United States and beginning the Gene Wars. Months later, Logan recorded in his journals how the Gene Wars continued with Graydon Creed's scientists developing M-Toxin, an airborne toxin designed to exterminate mutants. Days later, it was recorded that M-Toxin was released worldwide, killing a sixteenth of the world's population, including Charles Xavier, Magnus and Graydon Creed himself, causing anarchy two days after its release. Several months later, Logan wrote another journal entry, detailing how most of the world had been eliminated by nuclear war. Awaking 51 years later, Logan wrote a new entry into his journal, detailing how his healing factor had ultimately allowed him to survive not only the M-Toxin but the radioactive fallout from the nuclear wars as well and a few days later, how he began a search to find life in a ravaged world.

(X-Men Millennial Visions - "Last Man Standing") - Just shy of twenty years since his last journal entry, Logan began to encounter signs of life such as plants and a new species of flying monsters called Kith. Noticing small bands of primal, savage men, Logan remarked in a new journal entry how the men seemed confused at Logan's presence and tended to stare at him as if he were from another planet. 

Comments: Created by Mat Broome and Sean Parsons.

While the character of Logan was only referred to as Logan, one could assume that his real name was James Howlett, just like his Earth-616 counterpart, Wolverine. Also, while the only image of Logan showed a red gleam in his eyes, one can assume that was merely artistic interpretation and his eyes were actually blue like his Earth-616 counterpart.

Profile by Proto-Man.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Logan has no KNOWN connections to:


images: (without ads)
X-Men Millennial Visions, p11, splash page (Logan, main image)


Appearances:
X-Men Millennial Visions (August, 2000) - "Last Man Standing" story - Mat Broome (writer, pencils), Sean Parsons (inks), Mike Marts (editor)


Last updated: 10/15/16

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