(of Earth-30847)

Real Name: Logan (see comments)

Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-30847) human mutant

Occupation: Adventurer;
former soldier, secret agent

Group Membership: X-Men (Beast, Bishop, Colossus, Cyclops, Gambit, Jean Grey, Iceman, Jubilee, Marrow, Phoenix, Professor X, Psylocke, Rogue, Storm)

Affiliations: Cable, Captain America, Deadpool, Doctor Strange, Drax, Elektra, Ghost Rider, Hawkeye, Hulk, Iron Fist, Iron Man, Nova, Rocket Raccoon, Scarlet Witch, She-Hulk, Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Thor, U.S. Agent, War Machine, Adam Warlock, X-23 (Laura), the X-Men;
Unidentified universe natives: Morrigan Aensland, Amaterasu, Amingo, Arthur, Blanka, Tron Bonne, Captain Commando, Chun-Li, Crimson Viper, Dante, Devilot, Dhalsim, Felicia, Fur, Guile, Mike Haggar, Hayato, Michelle Heart, Dan Hibiki, Strider Hiryu, Hsien-Ko, Sakura Kasugano, Lou, Ken Masters, Mega Man, Charlie Nash, Norimaro, Pur, Chris Redfield, Roll, Ruby Heart, Ryu, Saki, Jin Saotome, Servbot, SonSon, Spencer, Tomichin, Trish, Unknown Soldier, Jill Valentine, Vergil, Viewtiful Joe, Frank West, Cammy White, Phoenix Wright, Zero

Enemies: Acolytes (Marco Delgado, Exodus, Kleinstock Brothers), Apocalypse, Blackheart, Brood, Doctor Doom, Dormammu, Galactus, the Hand, Juggernaut, Magneto (Erik), the Magus, Mephisto, M.O.D.O.K., Nebula, Omega Red, Sabretooth, Sentinels (Super-Sentinel, other unidentified robots), Shuma Gorath, Silver-Samurai, Spiral, Super-Skrull, Taskmaster, Thanos, Tusk, Tuskettes, Venom;
Unidentified universe natives: Abyss, Akuma, Anakaris, Anita, Balrog, M. Bison, Baby Bonnie Hood, Firebrand, Lilith, Nemesis, Shadow Lady, Ton Pooh, Albert Wesker, Zangief

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: "Little Man" (insult from Hulk)

Base of Operations: Unrevealed

First Appearance: X-Men: Children of the Atom video game (December, 1994) -

Powers/Abilities: Wolverine is a mutant with retractable bone claws that extend from his forehands. His skeleton (and his claws) are laced with the  indestructible metal Adamantium.

He also possesses a superhuman healing factor that allows him to recover from nearly any physical wound much faster than a normal human.

Height: 5'3"
Weight: 195 lbs.
Eyes: Unrevealed
Hair: Black

History: (X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse video game (fb) - BTS) - The man known only as Logan was once a soldier and secret agent.

(Marvel Super Heroes video game (fb)) - After having the metal Adamantium bonded to his skeleton and exhibiting retractable claws, Logan wandered into the snowy wilderness like an animal.

(Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds video game (fb) - BTS) - Logan once had an encounter with the incredible Hulk, a battle that ended in a draw.

(X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse video game (fb) - BTS) - Known as a loner and a warrior, he ultimately began using the codename of Wolverine and joined the mutant hero X-Men team.

(X-Men: Children of the Atom video game (fb) - BTS) - Wolverine became known as an accomplished fighter, having scrapped with some of the best fighters over the years.

(X-Men: Children of the Atom video game) - When dangerous mutant Magneto threatened the destroy the world with an electromagnetic pulse and rule over the surviving mutants, several of the X-Men's foes joined with Magneto and Wolverine and his X-Men teammates made their way to Magneto's Avalon space station for a final battle with their nemesis. After fighting his way through Magneto's followers Spiral, Omega Red, Silver-Samurai, a Super-Sentinel and even the unstoppable Juggernaut using moves such as his Tornado Claw, Drill Claw and his "X-Ability" Berserker Barrage, Wolverine helped the X-Men defeat Magneto. With Magneto's defeat, Wolverine confronted the weakened Magneto, whose magnetic control of Avalon began to falter as his Acolytes came to his aid. Announcing that Magneto's plans were over, Wolverine warned that Magneto could either come with him willingly or Wolverine could drag him out, giving Magneto a choice. Magneto responded by inviting Wolverine to join him to protect mutantkind but Wolverine remarked that Magneto could save his speeches. Magneto followed up by warning Wolverine to leave, as Avalon would not last much longer, before blasting Wolverine out of the room, where he regrouped with the other X-Men to escape Avalon in their Blackbird jet moments before it exploded. Muttering to himself that Magneto had stayed stubborn to the end, Wolverine returned to the X-Men's Danger Room with the other X-Men, only to watch Jean Grey shower Cyclops with gifts. Saddened due to his unrequited love for Jean, Wolverine angrily slashed Cyclops' presents, commenting that Cyclops better take care of Jean, before also slashing a photo of Cyclops and Jean together and leaving the mansion. Stopping at his motorcycle, Wolverine decided he needed a vacation and left for Japan, where he was again confronted by Silver-Samurai, remarking that he couldn't leave the country for three days without running into a mutant villain. Easily defeating Silver-Samurai, who felt Wolverine had interfered with his plans too often, Wolverine wondered where he should travel to next, remarking that he heard Madripoor was nice that time of year.

(X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse video game) - After learning that the entity known as Apocalypse had sinister plans for the captive mutants on Genosha, Professor Charles Xavier sent the X-Men to invade Genosha and liberate the mutants, each X-Men tasked with a specific objective. Tasked with infiltrating Genosha's Sentinel factory, Wolverine battled guards and ultimately encountered a large Sentinel robot, destroying it along with all Sentinels manufactured in the factory. When the X-Men gained access to the Genoshan computer system, Professor Xavier sent the X-Men into the Genoshan forests to discern the location of the mutant prisons and Wolverine found his route swarming with alien Brood, soon locating and killing a gigantic Brood queen within a cave. Learning the location of the prison labor camp, Wolverine and the X-Men were sent into the camp to defeat its warden Tusk, who attacked with his miniature Tuskettes. Upon Tusk's defeat, Wolverine and the X-Men infiltrated the prison, freeing the captive mutants as the prison was flooded with lava, and defeated Apocalypse, who intended to spare the X-Men to transform them into his newest Horsemen. With Apocalypse defeated, Genosha agreed to open talks about their treatment of mutants and Xavier congratulated Wolverine and the other X-Men on their victory, only to have his communication overridden by a returned Magneto, who announced his plans to destroy Genosha within twenty-four hours. Xavier regained control of the communication and ordered Wolverine and the X-Men to return to headquarters to train for their upcoming battle with Magneto in the Danger Room while he pinpointed Magneto's location. Training against holograms of Omega Red and Juggernaut, Wolverine and the X-Men were soon informed by Xavier that Magneto and his Acolytes were operating out of a rebuilt Avalon space station. Teleporting inside, Wolverine and the X-Men battled several of Magneto's Acolytes before Magneto ordered Exodus to stop the X-Men in their tracks. Defeating Exodus and fighting through Magneto's robotic defenses, Wolverine and the X-Men ultimately confronted Magneto personally and again defeating him, with Wolverine proclaiming that Magneto lost because he was not the best there was. Xavier then projected a psychic image of himself to congratulate the X-Men and asked that they return to headquarters, soon arriving in person alongside Wolverine's X-Men teammates Rogue, Bishop, Jubilee, Jean Grey and Storm in the Blackbird to take the X-Men home. While his teammates reunited, Wolverine remained a loner, going off on his own instead of celebrating with the others.

(Marvel Super Heroes video game) - When the mad Titan Thanos obtained the Infinity Gems and turned several superheroes into stone, Wolverine set out to reacquire the Gems, battling both friend and foe utilizing moves such as his newly-learned Weapon X finisher. Wolverine ultimately succeeded in acquiring the Infinity Gems from various heroes and villains (as well as extradimensional psychokinetic Anita) and confronted Thanos, who stole back the Gems and used them against Wolverine, who ultimately defeated Thanos alongside a small group of heroes. Upon Thanos' defeat, the heroes that had been turned to stone were restored and Wolverine kept to himself for days following the battle. Eventually, Cyclops asked how Wolverine was going and Wolverine admitted the battle, like so many other things in his life, raised too many questions without enough answers. Venturing off on his own, Wolverine thought to himself how he could have had the power of a god but that being a god was not really his thing. Thinking about a time shortly after Adamantium was bonded to his skeleton and claws, Wolverine commented that just being a man instead of an animal was hard enough for him. Getting on his motorcycle, Wolverine decided that it was time to find some answers about his past and what exactly he was despite the X-Men having been like a family to him.

(X-Men vs. Street Fighter video game) - After Apocalypse entered another universe, capturing not only heroes from that universe but also X-Men from Earth-30847, Wolverine and the X-Men, teaming with a group of street fighters from the other multiverse, fought their way through several enemies from both realities to Apocalypse himself. Defeating the gigantic Apocalypse with the help of the other universe fighters, Wolverine and the X-Men ultimately had to fight their otherworldly partners when Apocalypse turned them against the X-Men. Ultimately defeating the fighters, freeing not only the brainwashed fighters but their own captured teammates Psylocke, Beast and Jubilee as well, Wolverine reunited with Jubilee, who found the otherworldly Ryu to be quite hardcore. Wolverine explained to Jubilee that Ryu's attitude did not matter, as Ryu was a fighter with great honor, and Wolverine respected Ryu for that. Wolverine and Jubilee then walked away from the conflict.

(Marvel Super Heroes in War of the Gems video game) - Upon learning that someone was attempting to gather together the Infinity Gems again, Adam Warlock sought the aid of Earth's heroes, prompting Wolverine to team up with Spider-Man, Captain America and Hulk to prevent the Infinity Gems from falling into the wrong hands. Adam Warlock tracked the Gems as they fell to Earth and worked with Wolverine and the other heroes to pinpoint the Gems' landing to four sites: the Amazon River basin, Dr. Doom's castle in Latveria, the Alaskan Mountains and the Boston Aquarium. Wolverine then accompanied the other heroes to investigate the drop sites, only to find the areas swarming with strange doppelgangers of familiar heroes such as Puck, She-Hulk, Vision, Daredevil, Hawkeye and Sasquatch. After acquiring two of the Gems following an encounter with Dr. Doom in Latveria, Wolverine and the heroes learned that the being attempting to gather the Gems was the Magus, who was basing himself out of an orbiting spacecraft. Subsequently storming the Magus' spacecraft, Wolverine and the heroes battled more doppelgangers and ultimately acquired another Infinity Gem from the Magus, only to learn that Thanos was also attempting to re-gather the Infinity Gems for himself, feeling as if he was the only being qualified to handle such power. More determined than ever to prevent the Gems from falling into the wrong hands, Wolverine and the heroes continued to work with Adam Warlock, eventually pinpointing four more potential locations of the remaining Infinity Gems: a nearby asteroid belt, an abandoned Arizona mine, Mt. Vesuvius and Egypt. During their investigations of these areas, Wolverine and the heroes again encountered Dr. Doom, who was also seeking to gather the Infinity Gems, inside the asteroid belt. Defeating Dr. Doom and shortly after the demon Blackheart, Wolverine traveled to the other locations, defeating doppelgangers of heroes such as Thing and Silver Surfer and retrieving two more Infinity Gems with the help of the sorcerer Dr. Strange, who provided mystic platforms for the heroes to cross the lava floes of Mt. Vesuvius. With five Infinity Gems in their possessions, the heroes then targeted Thanos' base, where Wolverine and the others battled Thanos' lackey Nebula, who hoped to stop the heroes before they could become a real threat to Thanos. Thanos entered the battle himself upon Nebula's defeat, however, but Wolverine and the assembled heroes soon defeated Thanos as well as the Infinity Gems dispersed into the sky, where they were taken into the custody of Adam Warlock, who promised to safeguard the Gems and protect the natural flow of the universe. Wolverine and the others then returned to Earth, pondering if the world would ever truly be safe.

(Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter video game (fb) - BTS) - At some point, the Adamantium was removed from Wolverine's skeleton and claws.

(Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter video game) - When Apocalypse returned and attempted to convert several heroes from both Earth-30847 and the other reality of the street fighters Wolverine had previously met into his new Horsemen, Wolverine, now possessing bone claws, teamed up with several heroes from both realities to take down Apocalypse, whom Wolverine promised to take apart piece by piece. Upon Apocalypse's defeat, Wolverine and the assembled heroes were forced to battle the other reality's Akuma, whom Apocalypse had transformed into the robotic Cyber-Akuma. Following Cyber-Akuma's defeat, Wolverine sparred with one of the other universe heroes before noticing that Cyber-Akuma was following him. Confronting Cyber-Akuma, Wolverine demanded he reveal himself and Cyber-Akuma admitted that the time was not yet right for his plans, prompting Wolverine to remark that they would finish things next time.

(Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of the Super Heroes video game) - Professor X assembled Wolverine and several of Earth's heroes as well as heroes from the extradimensional realm of the street fighters, fearing that his consciousness was merging with that of Magneto's. After fighting his way through friend and foe alike to protect Professor X, Wolverine learned too late alongside the assembled heroes that Professor X's conscience had already merged with Magneto's to form the psychic entity Onslaught. Announcing that he would save Xavier from Onslaught, Wolverine prepared to fight Onslaught, who claimed that Professor X had already become one with him. After Onslaught was defeated and Professor X was released from its thrall, Wolverine confronted Xavier, who admitted that his connection to Onslaught had harmed the very world he hoped to protect. Wolverine assured Xavier that everyone made mistakes and life would go on, reminding Xavier that they could still change the world for the better. Professor X then thanked Wolverine for his words.

(Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes video game) - Two years following the battle against Onslaught, the mysterious Abyss entity enshrouded Earth, destroying plant life. Informed of the destruction Abyss could cause by the extradimensional pirate Ruby Heart, Wolverine and a slew of heroes from both Earth and Ruby Heart's universe rallied together to prevent Abyss from destroying the planet. Teaming with friends and foes alike, Wolverine aided in the defeat of Abyss and narrowly escaped Abyss' domain in Ruby Heart's flying pirate ship, leaving Abyss' cracked spherical form in the custody of Ruby Heart. At some point following the battle, the Adamantium was restored to Wolverine's skeleton and claws.

(Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds video game (fb) - BTS) - At some point, Wolverine took in the female clone X-23 as a student. He also at one point entered the Hell realm and battled "the devil" himself.

(Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds video game) - Ten years following the encounter with Abyss, Doctor Doom contacted the extradimensional Albert Wesker in an attempt to merge Earth-30847 with Wesker's home reality for better conquering by utilizing Earth-30847's Galactus as a living power source. Teaming again with Earth's heroes and the extradimensional fighters once more, Wolverine worked to stop the villains assembled by Doom and Wesker, who ultimately ended up unleashing Galactus upon both realities. After working with both realities to stop Galactus, Wolverine visited an exotic dancing bar, figuring he could use a break after everything he dealt with as a mutant, an X-Man and with Galactus. Not recognizing the stripper as the extradimensional succubus Morrigan, Wolverine asked if she was looking for something and Morrigan invited Wolverine to join her outside the bar for some action. Thinking that Morrigan was simply crazy, Wolverine agreed to join her but asked that he be allowed to finish his drink his peace first.

Comments: Created by Nin, Poo, Hiratou "X68K" K-Suke, Kiyo, Fuji, Tomita Otouto (planners), AOI-Tokimeki, TARABAR-BLACK, K.nishi-Man, Sailor-Ponkichi, O.G.T.-IRON Liver, Mo. SUZUKI-Memorial, MiN-T3, Hard.Yas -466P+K-, KAW.HIROSHIMA (programmers) and S. Yamashita, Ino, Kuriotoko, Yue, Minobe, M. Nakatani, Ari, Epipyon, Miwazo, M. Sato, Kamonohashi Sato, Kazuko Kawanaka Pyo!, Dway Nishimura, Igami, Youjirou, Sagat, Ta, Jun Matsumura 26, Nishio "Vip.T2," G. Kamina, Ushi, H. Yoshino, Eiji, N. Fukada, H.S., Manish, Shinya Kitamura (object designers).

Wolverine's height and weight comes from the stats given in the X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse video game.

Wolverine's eye color was impossible to determine, as the only times he was seen without his mask, the image was too small to see his eye color.

It was not stated in the video games, but Spider-Verse I#2 established that Earth-30847 was a reality that existed a gigantic arcade cabinet.

Wolverine was called Logan several times but it was unclear if his real name is James Howlett in this reality, as it is on Earth-616.

Profile by Proto-Man.

Earth-30847's Wolverine has no known connections to:

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Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds video game, Wolverine character portrait (main image)
Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds video game, Wolverine ending cinematic (Wolverine in civilian clothes)
X-Men: Children of the Atom video game (Wolverine without mask)
X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse video game (Wolverine, unmasked with head lowered)
X-Men vs. Street Fighter video game, Wolverine character artwork (Wolverine in original costume)
Marvel Super Heroes in War of the Gems video game, box artwork (Wolverine running)
Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes video game, Wolverine character artwork (Wolverine with bone claws)

X-Men: Children of the Atom video game (December, 1994) - Nin, Poo, Hiratou "X68K" K-Suke, Kiyo, Fuji, Tomita Otouto (planners), AOI-Tokimeki, TARABAR-BLACK, K.nishi-Man, Sailor-Ponkichi, O.G.T.-IRON Liver, Mo. SUZUKI-Memorial, MiN-T3, Hard.Yas -466P+K-, KAW.HIROSHIMA (programmers), S. Yamashita, Ino, Kuriotoko, Yue, Minobe, M. Nakatani, Ari, Epipyon, Miwazo, M. Sato, Kamonohashi Sato, Kazuko Kawanaka Pyo!, Dway Nishimura, Igami, Youjirou, Sagat, Ta, Jun Matsumura 26, Nishio "Vip.T2," G. Kamina, Ushi, H. Yoshino, Eiji, N. Fukada, H.S., Manish, Shinya Kitamura (object designers)
X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse video game (January 2, 1995) - Tokuro Fujiwara (producer)
Marvel Super Heroes video game (October 24, 1995) - Takeshi Tazuka, T. Iijima, Tomichin, Kiyoshi Nishikawa, Kei Hiratou, Satoru Kimura (planners), Tarabar-Black, Aoi-Peach, Kaw-K'MARIchan, Silver-Kadontz, Nobu-Sasami, Knishi-"MadDogMC," Pon, DNA, Frk, Yama, Ueno, Youji (programmers), Akiman (Wolverine object design)
X-Men vs. Street Fighter video game (September 9, 1996) - Atsushi Tomita (planner), Aoi, Motsu, Giu, Eternal Sailor, Tora & Yume & ? & Hide (programmers), Akiman (character design), Minobe Hiroaki!, Rie Satou, Masanori Kondo, Kanako Takami, Miwaringo, Y. Yamamoto, Tateishi Masayo, Toshihiro Suzuki, Sagata, Satoru Yamashita, Ino, R. Naoi, Kako, Narancha, Shin, Ikusan, Kurose, G. Kamina, K. Kikutani, T. Ohsumi (object design), Tetsuya Iijima (producer)
Marvel Super Heroes in War of the Gems video game (October 18, 1996) - no credits given
Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter video game (June 25, 1997) - Atsushi Tomita, Nakano Tau! Masahiro, Dave Matumoto (planners), Akiman, Sakomizu, Ukabin (original artwork), Minobe Hiroaki Da!!, Sagata, G. Kamina, Miwaringo, Kohichi Kikutani, Hiroshi Yoshioka, Miyamoto Shinya, Kondo Masanori, Satou Rie, Takep, Yosinori Yamamoto, Jon Narancha, Toshihiro Suzuki, R. Naoi, Kanako Takami (object designers), Motsu, Eternal Sailor, Kaw, Silver Kadontz, You! (programmers), Kenji Kataoka (producer)
Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes video game (1998) - Atsushi Tomita, Sgr Matumoto, Nakano Tau! Masahiro (planners), Akiman, Shoei, Sakomizu (original artwork), Minobe Hiroaki, Akemi Kurihara, Fuji=Kazu, Sagata, G. Kamina, Miwa Sakaguchi, Kohichi Kikutani, Kondo Masanori, Hiroshi Yoshioka, Shinya Miyamoto, Takep, Toshihiro Suzuki, Jon Narancha, Yamancha, Naony, Yuugen, Kanako Takami, Ino, Eripyon, Kimo Kimo (object designers), Motsu, Eternal Sailor, Kaw, You!, Silver Kadontz, Bakunetsu Hirokado (progammers), Kenji Katoaka (producer)
Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes video game (2000) - Tatsuya Nakae, Spp Iorya, Buruma, Oni-Suzuki (M-P), Obata Shinichiro, Neo-G (Ishizawa) (planners), Motsu, Teruaki Hirokado, Kaw-Tld, Silver Kadontz, You!, Minomiya, Yuko Kawamura, Akihiro Yokoyama, Hyper -Shinchan-, Nishi, Reiko Toh, Ittetsu, Dice-K, Soji Seta, Cham, Hisashi Kuramoto, Komuu, Mikky (programmers), MF (illustrations), Makoto Ishii, Akemi Kurihara, F, Mizupyon, Mizuho, Igarashi, Nishimura Masaru, Rin Boku, Tagirin, Masatsugu Sato, Hirano Daichi, Imamura, Hiroki Shibaki, Tomohiko Ohsumi, Yano, Akizuki Michiru, Izumi Noda, Minobe Hiroaki, Kimo Kimo, Ball Boy, A. Iwasaki, Miwa Sakaguchi, Y. Yamamoto, Kaeru, Hiro, Yoshihiro Akita (object design), Yoshihiro Sudo (producer)
Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds
video game (February 15, 2011) - Akihito Kadowaki (planner, assist producer), Yuki Tagawa (main programmer), Daisuke Ishiwata, Daigo Matsuura, Kenji Tsugawa, Masanori Takei, Satoshi Inagi, Hideyuki Miyatake, Kuniharo Shibatani, Satoshi Kawasaki, Satoru Makino, Masaru Isohara, Yuya Okada, Hirotaka Miyazako, Yutaka Kamei, Hisashi Sugiyama, Kenji Shibayama, Tomonori Satoh, Ichihou Nishida (programmers), Hideaki Ichikawa (chief designer), Ryuji Togou, Yoshitomo Higa, Yuuya Goto, Takeshi Nakamura, Yutaka Fukumoto, Ken-Ichi Yokoh (designers), Nobuhiko Kobayashi, Tetsuya Tomotoshi, Hiroshi Tahara, Yumi Arai, Yurika Tanaka, Shigefumi Tanno, Yuji Sakanaka, Yuki Tanaka, Yuki Sato, Miho Orihara, Hirokazu Matsushima (model designers)

First Posted: 10/21/2019
Last updated: 10/21/2019

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