(of reality-13133)

Real Name: James Howlett (presumably-see comments)

Identity/Class: Extradimensional/alternate reality (reality-13133) human mutant/mutate

Occupation: Adventurer

Group Membership: Formerly Avengers (Havok/Alex Summers, Rogue, Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff, Sunfire/Shiro Yoshida, Thor/Thor Odinson, Wasp/Janet Van Dyne, Wonder Man/Simon Williams)

Affiliations: The Avengers, Chronos Corps (Abomination Deathlok of Earth-11045, Iron Man/Arno Stark of Earth-8410, Kang/Nathaniel Richards of Earth-6311, Venom/May Parker of Earth-9997), Charles Xavier;
    loose affiliation with Wolverine (James Howlett of Earth-616) (whose body he briefly inhabited in the past)

Enemies: Apocalypse, Apocalypse Twins (Eimin, Uriel), Horsemen of Death (Banshee, Daken, Grim Reaper, others), Warren Worthington

Known Relatives: Daken (son)

Aliases: Logan, "Poppa"

Base of Operations: Eimin's stronghold, Planet X

First Appearance: Uncanny Avengers I#13 (December, 2013)

Powers/Abilities: Wolverine possessed the same powers that his Earth-616 counterpart had, including an Adamantium-bonded skeleton and retractable claws. He also possessed a mutant healing factor that healed his physical injuries within moments.

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

History: (Uncanny Avengers I#17 (fb) - BTS) - The Avenger Wasp once judged Wolverine for being a killer.

(Uncanny Avengers I#13 (fb) - BTS) - Despite being dedicated to the dream of peaceful human/mutant coexistence taught by Charles Xavier, Wolverine secretly killed Warren Worthington and a boy Apocalypse before ultimately being duped into killing his own son, Daken.

(Uncanny Avengers I#13) - After being tortured by his son Daken, who had been resurrected as a Horseman of Death by the Apocalypse Twins, Wolverine was freed by his Avengers teammates Rogue and Sunfire and he informed the two that Scarlet Witch was casting a mutant rapture spell to help the Apocalypse Twins create a world just for mutants, unaware of Scarlet Witch's plans to use the raptured mutants as an army against the Apocalypse Twins. Feeling as if he had failed Charles Xavier's dream by killing in secret, Wolverine insisted Rogue stop Scarlet Witch from casting her spell before he succumbed to the injuries suffered at Daken's hands. As Wolverine collapsed, Rogue absorbed Wolverine's powers and assured him that she would stop Scarlet Witch once and for all.

(Uncanny Avengers I#14 (fb)) - As Rogue ran off, a barely conscious Wolverine made Rogue promise to find another way to deal with the Scarlet Witch and the Apocalypse Twins instead of killing.

(Uncanny Avengers I#14) - Rogue and Sunfire rushed to find Scarlet Witch, whom Rogue planned to kill to keep her from further harming mutants, and Sunfire asked Rogue if Wolverine would really want her to kill, as Wolverine seemed ashamed of the blood on his hands. Thinking on how Wolverine had made her promise not to kill, Rogue nonetheless told Sunfire that she knew what Wolverine would really want. When Rogue and Sunfire soon engaged the Horsemen of Death Grim Reaper and Daken, a recovering Wolverine entered the fray himself, promising to take care of Daken himself as he ordered Sunfire to non-lethally retrieve Wonder Man, whom Scarlet Witch was using as a power source for her spell. Battling Daken, Wolverine witnessed Rogue coming up to kill Scarlet Witch and yelled for Rogue to stop as Daken held him back. Wolverine then watched in horror as Rogue impaled Scarlet Witch using claws she had absorbed from Wolverine, only to be impaled herself by the Horseman of Death Grim Reaper's scythe. Flying into a berserker rage, Wolverine escaped Daken's grasp and savagely slashed Daken across the chest before stabbing his claws into Daken's throat. He then ran towards Grim Reaper, begging the Reaper not to kill Rogue but Reaper nonetheless did so anyway.

(Uncanny Avengers I#15) - Wolverine battled Grim Reaper as the Reaper gloated about killing Rogue. A recovered Daken then grabbed and held Wolverine in place as Scarlet Witch's spell to summon all mutants teleported both Wolverine and Daken onto the Apocalypse Twins' Ark spacecraft, where they were placed in stasis pods. In stasis, Wolverine was then flown off-Earth with the Apocalypse Twins as the Celestial Exitar the Executioner arrived to destroy an Earth without mutants.

(Uncanny Avengers I#17 - BTS) - As the Avenger Wasp subsequently battled Grim Reaper, Grim Reaper placed her in a position where she would have to kill him to stop him, remarking that she was now in a position that she had once judged Wolverine for.

(Uncanny Avengers I#19 (fb) - BTS) - After the Ark landed on the newly-created Planet X, which the summoned mutants then populated, Wolverine and Sunfire did not emerge from the Ark and were instead placed in stasis within surviving Apocalypse Twin Eimin's stronghold, where they tortured and unable to move. The two spent years screaming before eventually becoming silent.

(Uncanny Avengers I#19) - Six years later, despite no one having seen or heard from Wolverine or Sunfire, the former Avenger Thor convinced the rebel Havok to work with Kang the Conqueror to find the other former members of the Avengers Unity Squad so that their consciousnesses could be sent back through time to inhabit their past selves and prevent the destruction of Earth. After Havok destroyed Planet X's Tachyon Dam preventing time travel to and from Planet X, Kang's Chronos Corps agent Iron Man performed a scan of Planet X for Wolverine and Sunfire's DNA, finding a match in Planet X's main city and confirming that Wolverine and Sunfire still lived. Suspecting the impending arrival of Kang, Eimin passed the still-frozen Wolverine and Sunfire as she prepared to deal with Kang and the X-Council, who questioned Eimin's motives when she ordered them to take down Havok.

(Uncanny Avengers I#20) - Thor and Kang's Chronos Corps ventured into Eimin's stronghold, where Thor nearly killed Eimin before Kang reminded him that he was there to collect Wolverine and Sunfire. As Kang dealt with Eimin, Wolverine and Sunfire were freed and before Daken could defend Eimin by attacking Kang, a horribly disfigured and scarred Wolverine slashed his claws across Daken's side. Savagely slashing away at Daken, Wolverine announced that he had originally done the right thing by killing Daken but refused to do so a second time. Upon seeing Sunfire frying Banshee for sitting by and allowing Wolverine and Sunfire to be tortured for years, Wolverine reminded Sunfire that Banshee could not control his actions as a Horseman of Death and convinced Sunfire to leave Banshee be. Wolverine and Sunfire then departed Eimin's stronghold alongside Thor and Kang's Chronos Corps. When Wolverine was then explained the plan to send the Unity Squad's consciousnesses back through time, Wolverine remained silent until provoked by Kang to admit he understood the plan. Reluctantly agreeing to work with Kang as long as their consciousnesses were sent back to a time prior to Rogue's death, Wolverine warned that if Kang sent them back to a time in which Rogue was already dead, he would sabotage the entire operation and ensure Earth's destruction just to spite Kang. When Sunfire rampaged, refusing to trust Kang, Wolverine knocked Sunfire out and assured the others that he would fall in line once their consciousnesses had been transported into the past. Wolverine then prepared himself as the Chronos Corps' Magistrate Braddock transported his psyche back into the past of reality-616 and moments after his psyche had been sent, Planet X began to crumble, leading the Chronos Corps to wonder if they had actually averted the destruction of the Earth or if their plan had simply destroyed all existence.

(Uncanny Avengers I#21 (fb) - BTS) - His psyche arrived in the body of Earth-616's Wolverine on the Apocalypse Twins' Ark prior to Scarlet Witch performing her mutant rapture spell on Earth-616, Wolverine gathered Sunfire (whose body was inhabited by his own reality-13133 counterpart) and informed Earth-616's Rogue of what would happen if she killed Scarlet Witch.

(Uncanny Avengers I#21 - BTS) - Still inhabiting the body of his past self on reality-616, reality-13133's Wolverine led Earth-616's Rogue and Sunfire (whose body was also still inhabited by his own reality-13133 counterpart) to the room of Earth-616's Wonder Man and Scarlet Witch as they went over their plan to pretend to work with the Apocalypse Twins in an effort to summon mutants to battle the Twins. Knowing that Wonder Man and Scarlet Witch's plan was doomed to fail from his own past, reality-13133's Wolverine spoke through Wolverine-616 to inform Wonder Man and Scarlet Witch of how the Apocalypse Twins were manipulating events to turn the Avengers Unity Squad against each other and that the Earth would be destroyed as a result if they didn't work together. As the Avengers agreed to Wolverine's plan of working together, the Apocalypse Twins were informed that Wonder Man and Scarlet Witch had went missing and Eimin confirmed that the timeline had been changed and was being rewritten. Rogue then helped hold back reality-616's Exitar the Executioner with the help of Horseman of Death Sentry as reality-13133 Wolverine's consciousness directed Wolverine-616 to lead a squad of Avengers to destroy the Apocalypse Twins' Tachyon Dam that prevented time travel, unaware that Kang had wanted the dam destroyed so that he could travel to reality-616 and usurp Exitar's power.

(Uncanny Avengers I#22 - BTS) - After Kang was ultimately defeated by the Avengers, Wolverine-13133's consciousness presumably dissipated within Wolverine-616's body as the future of reality-13133 diverged from reality-616.

Comments: Created by Rick Remender and Daniel Acuna.

To be clear, the events of Wolverine's past originally occurred in reality-616 before he and the other Avengers' consciousnesses were sent back in time to prevent Scarlet Witch's mutant rapture spell, stop the Apocalypse Twins and destroy the Tachyon Dam preventing time travel into reality-616. When the Avengers prevented the mutant rapture, the actual mutant rapture and the events leading to the creation of Planet X diverged from reality-616, becoming reality-13133.

It was unclear what exactly happened to the reality-13133 consciousnesses that were transported into their past reality-616 selves once the timeline had been altered. Perhaps after reality-13133 diverged from reality-616, Wolverine-13133's consciousness was also shunted into its proper timeline? Wolverine-616 returned to normal following Kang's defeat on 616.

Despite never being called by any name other than Logan, Wolverine's real name would be James Howlett since reality-13133 directly diverged from reality-616, where Wolverine's real name is James Howlett.

His height and weight are approximated from his Earth-616 counterpart.

Profile by Proto-Man.

Earth-13133's Wolverine has no known connections to:

images: (without ads)
Uncanny Avengers I#20, p10, pan1 (Wolverine after emerging from stasis, main image)
Uncanny Avengers I#20, p10, pan3 (scarred Wolverine headshot)
Uncanny Avengers I#14, p11, pan1 (Wolverine in battle-damaged original costume)
Uncanny Avengers I#14, p13, pan4 (Wolverine headshot with damaged mask)
Uncanny Avengers I#20, front cover (Wolverine jumping)

Uncanny Avengers I#13 (December, 2013) - Rick Remender (writer), Daniel Acuna (art), Tom Brevoort, Daniel Ketchum (editors)
Uncanny Avengers I#14 (January, 2014) - Rick Remender (writer), Steve McNiven (pencils), John Dell (inks), Tom Brevoort, Daniel Ketchum (editors)
Uncanny Avengers I#15 (February, 2014) - Rick Remender (writer), Steve McNiven (pencils), John Dell, Dexter Vines, Jay Leisten (inks), Tom Brevoort, Daniel Ketchum (editors)
Uncanny Avengers I#17 (April, 2014) - Rick Remender (writer), Steve McNiven (pencils), Jay Leisten (inks), Tom Brevoort, Daniel Ketchum (editors)
Uncanny Avengers I#19 (June, 2014) - Rick Remender (writer), Daniel Acuna (art), Tom Brevoort, Daniel Ketchum (editors)
Uncanny Avengers I#20 (July, 2014) - Rick Remender (writer), Daniel Acuna (art), Tom Brevoort, Daniel Ketchum (editors)
Uncanny Avengers I#21 (August, 2014) - Rick Remender (writer), Daniel Acuna (art), Tom Brevoort, Daniel Ketchum (editors)
Uncanny Avengers I#22 (September, 2014) - Rick Remender (writer), Daniel Acuna (art), Tom Brevoort, Daniel Ketchum (editors)

First Posted: 10/19/2019
Last updated: 10/19/2019

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