Real Name: James Howlett
Identity/Class: Extradimensional/alternate reality/alternate future (Reality-10511) human mutate and technology user
Occupation: Freedom fighter, former vigilante;
presumably shared previous careers of Earth-616's Logan
Group Membership: An anti-Roxxon/anti-Deathloks militia/resistance (led by the General);
presumably shared previous memberships of Earth-616's Logan
Affiliations: Miranda Bayer, General, Evan Wakowski, other rebels;
presumably shared previous affiliations of Earth-616's Logan
Enemies: Deathloks (including Deathlok L17), Roxxon;
presumably shared previous enemies of Earth-616's Logan
Known Relatives: None confirmed, but presumably shared relatives of Earth-616's Logan
Aliases: Logan, Weapon X, Wolverine;
presumably shared previous aliases of Earth-616's Logan
Base of Operations: Unrevealed;
formerly (presumably New York City, New York), USA, Earth-10511;
presumably shared previous bases of Earth-616's Logan
First Appearance: Wolverine: Weapon X#12 (June, 2010)
Powers/Abilities: Logan had an Adamantium skeleton, which rendered his bones unbreakable (of course, the same is not true of his ligaments, and thus his joints could be cut through). He no longer had hands, and it is not clear whether the hook and/or stump cuffs were also Adamantium, but they withstood a powerful corrosive that rapidly dissolved his soft tissues.
He presumably had enhanced healing (although perhaps at a slower rate than his younger self). He could not regenerate severed limbs (or severed portions of limbs), and his healing factor could not recover from a corrosive powerful enough to dissolve all of his soft tissues within seconds.
He had enhanced senses (although perhaps not as keen as his younger self)
Logan-10511 presumably at least previously possessed all of the powers of Earth-616's Logan; some of these may have weakened or been lost over time.
Weight: Approximately 300 lbs. (I'm not sure how much his weight would change by losing his hands, and then having those metal prostheses)
(Wolverine: Weapon X#12 (fb) - BTS) - Twenty years into the future, Reality-10511 was a dystopic world ruled by Roxxon, who used Deathloks as their enforcers.
(Wolverine: Weapon X#12 (fb) - BTS) - Logan became a friend of Miranda Bayer. He was the only one who always gave her hope, even if he never had any for himself.
(Wolverine: Weapon X#12 (fb) - BTS) - Logan lost both of his hands under unrevealed circumstances.
(Wolverine: Weapon X#12 (fb) - BTS) - Logan was the last living mutant on Earth (at least as far as Miranda knew).
(Wolverine: Weapon X#12 (fb) - BTS) <25 years into the future of Reality-10511> - As Roxxon prepared to send their Deathloks into the past to exterminate the past selves of the surviving resistance members, the General (leader of the anti-Roxxon resistance) alerted his troops. As the General could not go with them this time, Logan volunteered to go in his place.
The General apparently instructed Logan that he was to take the lead in the final assault against the Deathloks.
(Wolverine: Weapon X#12) - As Bayer prepared her troops, one of them started to tell her about who was replacing the General in this mission, at which point Logan came forward and said, "Once more into the breach, huh, toots." When she couldn't believe he was serious, he told her that though he wasn't what he used to be, he wasn't "ready for the glue factory just yet. There's still a bit of fight left in these old bones." When she was still hesitant, he told her it would be just like old times, after which he rallied the troops, "All right. Saddle up, folks. We got some cyborgs to kill."
As they approached the Roxxon facility, Bayer sent Logan to subdue and
question a sentry. Wakowski, though noting he knew what sort of man
Logan used to be, questioned the wisdom of putting on point an man who
didn't even have hands. Presumably hearing this, Logan nonetheless
incapacitated the sentry with a head but and then related --
having gained the information perhaps via his enhanced senses, from the
subdued guard, or perhaps a combination of both -- that they had
heavily armed sentries with cyborg guard dogs circling from either
side, rocket launchers mounted in every guard tower along the south
wall, and they had just stepped into a minefield "the size of Nebraska.
Stow the damn chatter and follow my lead."
As everyone fell in and followed Logan, Miranda asked Wakowski if he had any more questions.
Within the facility, after Wakowski identified that the time machine was active and that the Deathloks were about to make a jump, Logan interrupted Miranda's plans to lead them, insisting he take the point in stopping the Deathloks instead. She reminded him she was the commanding officer and that this was her mission, but he reminded her in term that he wasn't and never had been one of her soldiers, and that this was the way the General wanted it. Miranda argued that the General had not said anything to her, but Logan insisted that he would handle the Deathloks while they went after the time machine. She warned Logan that this was suicide, to which he replied, "Ain't it always? Lowest body count buys the beer, ladies."
A trio of Deathloks mowed down Logan with their energy blasters. As he cursed, laying in a pool of his own blood, one of the Deathloks followed his computer's suggestion to "neutralize" the enemy combatant. The Deathlok(s?) sprayed Logan with a powerful corrosive that rapidly dissolved his soft tissues. He angrily yelled he would kill them and instructed them to come back as they walked away...as his life faded, he thought he saw his mother and told her he missed her.
As only his skeleton and prostheses remained, Miranda took note of her friend and a soldier of the highest order. Nonetheless, she rallied her troops forward in hopes of destroying the time machine.
(Wolverine: Weapon X#12 - BTS) - In the modern era of Reality-616, when the Deathloks incapacitated rather than slew Wolverine given the chance, Miranda Bayer of that timeline realized this must be because he was already dead in the Deathloks' future.
Comments: Created by Jason Aaron and Ron Garney.
Profile by Snood.
Logan-10511 is an alternate future version presumably diverging from Reality-616 sometime after the events of Wolverine: Weapon X#11-15: Tomorrow Dies Today
He should be distinguished from:
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Wolverine: Weapon X#12, story pg. 4, panel 1;
pg. 11, panel 4 (head butt);
pg. 20, panel 1 (shot down by Deathloks);
panel 3 (in pool of blood);
pg. 21, panel 1-2, 4 (dissolving in acid);
panel 5 (skull)
Wolverine: Weapon X#12 (June, 2010) - Jason Aaron (writer), Ron Garney (penciler & inker); Jody Leheup (assistant editor), Jeanine Schaefer (editor)
Last updated: 02/26/15
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