(of Earth-961116)

Real Name: Logan

Identity/Class: Extradimensional/alternate reality (Earth-961116) troll

Occupation: Rebel

Group Membership: The rebellion against Magnus the Malevolent (Jubilee, others)

Affiliations: Jubilee, Xavier the All-Knowing

Enemies: Magnus the Malevolent, Magnus' Metal Warriors, the Sabretooth

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Mobile throughout the unidentified kingdom ruled by the parents of Princess Jean

First Appearance: X-Men: The Animated Series cartoon episode, "Jubilee's Fairytale Theatre" (November 16, 1996)

Powers/Abilities: Logan had the typical superhuman strength and durability associated with trolls, as well as razor-sharp talons on his fingertips that were sharp enough to rend metal.

Height: 5'3" (by approximation)
Weight: 300 lbs. (by approximation)
Eyes: No visible irises
Hair: Black hair on head with green fur covering most of his body

History: (X-Men: The Animated Series cartoon episode - "Jubilee's Fairytale Theatre" (fb) - BTS) - The gruff troll Logan was part of a rebellion against the sorcerer Magnus the Malevolent, who sought to combine two halves of the mystic MacTaggert Crystal to become all-powerful. While with the rebellion, Logan became known as rebel leader Jubilee's "right hand troll."

(X-Men: The Animated Series cartoon episode - "Jubilee's Fairytale Theatre") - Logan joined Jubilee in rescuing a thief and a group of peasants he was attempting to hide out with from a group of Magnus' Metal Warriors. After learning that the thief had earlier been hired to steal half of the MacTaggert Crystal by Magnus, only to hide it from Magnus instead, Jubilee and Logan accompanied him to the Cavern of the Lost, where the thief had hidden the Crystal half in the Guild of Thieves' headquarters. Upon retrieving the stolen half of the Crystal, Logan, Jubilee and the thief were attacked by the cat-man Sabretooth and more Metal Warriors but the trio easily defeated the villains and left them sealed inside the Cavern. Once outside, the wizard Xavier the All-Knowing telepathically contacted Logan and the others and informed Jubilee that she was the key to unlocking the Crystal's power and that she had to reunite the two Crystal shards in order to destroy Magnus. Reluctantly agreeing to accompany Jubilee and the thief to Magnus' castle despite the risks and being suspicious of the thief, Logan aided against Magnus' Metal Warrior guards but the trio was soon trapped by Magnus himself, who wished Jubilee's aid in unlocking the Crystal's power. Threatening Logan with liquid metal tendrils, Magnus managed to force Jubilee to combine the two Crystal shards into one. Unfortunately for Magnus, the assembled Crystal caused his power to increase out of his control and Logan was freed when all nearby metals attracted themselves to Magnus, pinning and defeating him.

Following Magnus' defeat, Logan joined the thief and Jubilee in celebrating the victory with the kingdom's Princess Jean but when Jubilee learned that she would be made a princess and would be tutored on state matters, she opted to leave the party with Logan and the thief to continue adventuring.

Comments: Created by Brooks Watchel and Phillipines Animation Studios, Inc. (see Appearances list for list of artists involved).

Earth-961116 was glimpsed as a story told by Earth-92131's Jubilee to a group of children who were visiting the caverns below Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters on a field trip.

The episode of X-Men: The Animated Series in which Logan appears was the cartoon's take on the "Illyana's Fairy Tale" comic story from Uncanny X-Men I#153.

Profile by Proto-Man.

Earth-961116's Logan has no known connections to:

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X-Men: The Animated Series cartoon episode, "Jubilee's Fairytale Theatre" (all images in this profile)

X-Men: The Animated Series cartoon episode, "Jubilee's Fairytale Theatre" (November 16, 1996) - Brooks Watchel (writer), Roy Burdine, Mark Lewis (model design), Marcos Borregales, Vadim Sokolov (prop design), Zhaoping Wei (layout design), Patricio Agnasin (layout design, storyboard cleanup), Joe Dempsey, Romeo Francisco, Bob Fuentes, Rick Hoberg, Aleta Kozak, Tom Nesbit, Danny Taverna, Thomas Tholen, Danilo Tolentino, Dan Veesenmeyer (storyboard design), Ernie Chan, Vinton Heuck, Abel Laxamana, John T. Miller, Kirk Van Wormer (storyboard cleanup), Phillipines Animation Studios, Inc. (animation), Eric Lewald (developed for television story editor), Dora Case, Tom McLaughlin, Karen Peterson (animation directors)

First Posted: 10/14/2019
Last updated: 10/14/2019

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