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WOLVERINE
Earth-94102

Real Name: James Howlett

Identity/Class: Extradimensional / Alternate Reality (Earth-94102) Human mutant/mutate

Occupation: Adventurer, warrior, hero, etc.

Group Membership: Resistance forces
    formerly X-Men, etc. (his history likely paralleled Wolverine-616 at least up until Wolverine II#53 and possibly beyond)

Affiliations: Forge and the resistance forces;
   
Albert-616, Elsie Dee-616,
    possibly Albert-94102 and Elsie Dee-94102 (although they may have been the -616 versions having traveled forward in time);
   
presumably includes those of Wolverine-616 at least up until Wolverine II#53 and possibly beyond

Enemies: Adversary, anti-mutant forces of Reality-94102

Known Relatives: Presumably includes those of Wolverine-616 at least up until Wolverine II#53 and possibly beyond

Aliases: Presumably includes those of Wolverine-616 at least up until Wolverine II#53 and possibly beyond

Base of Operations: Unspecified location on Earth-94102

First Appearance: (Divergent skeleton) Wolverine II#52 (March, 1992);
    (full appearance) Wolverine II#86 (October, 1994)

Powers/Abilities: Wolverine possesses superhuman healing and senses (especially olfactory/smell) and enhanced speed, strength, etc. His bones are bonded with Adamantium, making them virtually indestructible. He also possesses three Adamantium claws that he can extend at will.

    Wolverine-94102 otherwise possesses the same abilities as his Earth-616 counterpart.

Height: 5'3"
Weight: 300 lbs (105 lbs. of which is the Adamantium)
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Black

wolverine-94012-full-pastHistory: Wolverine-94102 presumably paralleled Wolverine-616 at least up until Wolverine II#53 and possibly beyond.

Note: The is confusing and headache-inducing, moreso than your average time travel SNAFU.

(Wolverine II#86 (fb)) - BTS) - In Reality-94102 -- approximately 10 years in the relative future from the main story -- Forge tracked the Adversary to the 18th century Canada of their "common" past in pursuit of the Adversary who had fled there after escaping Forge's seemingly permanent containment. The Adversary's actions in that "time string" was setting off a "devious destructive seed of evil consequences," resulting in a chain of trans-temporal events that could spread across the entire time continuum, infection all time streams.

    Figuring that if Forge was heading to the northwoods of the past, he should come along to protect him, Wolverine joined Forge in traveling to the18 th century to thwart the Adversary's plot.

    Forge further determined that the Adversary had taken over Siksisa shaman Man-Killer Wolf, and that a faction of the Siksisa had gone over to him, while many who were wise to the Adversary's plots and opposed him. Forge and Wolverine based themselves in a village of a Siksisa sect that opposed the Adversary and Man-Killer Wolf's forces.

(Wolverine II#86 (fb)) - BTS / Wolverine II#52 (fb) - BTS) - Forge and Wolverine fought the Adversary, who set off a temporal displacement vortex. Wolverine was pulled into this vortex and ejected ten years later, where his lifeless skeleton ended up within a burial mound.

(Wolverine II#52) - In the modern era, the feral creature known as the Hunter in Darkness somehow sensed Wolverine's skeleton within an ancient Blackfoot burial ground next to an abandoned government facility, and he led his allies the androids Albert and Elsie Dee there.

(Wolverine II#52) - Finding access to information on the location to be locked out with security shields, Albert noted that the burial ground was not consistent with known funerary practices. Digging into the mound, Albert and the Hunter were surprised to find a skeleton with Wolverine-esque Adamantium claws.

(Wolverine II#53) - Via technology on their stealth bomber, Albert evaluated the skeleton, confirming the Adamantium claws and Adamantium bonding to the bones. Eventually determining it to be over 200 years old via evaluating the comparative rate of soluble mineral-leaching , Albert used facial reconstruction programs to flesh out the tissue: An image resembling Logan appeared.

    When Mystique and Spiral -- having traveled back from the end of time (the "Big Crunch") while Wolverine faced Mojo and his Plasma Wraiths -- arrived and insisted they needed the bomber's missile to save Wolverine.

    Noting the skeleton to be a relic from an alternate time string, Spiral arranged an agreement with Elsie Dee: Spiral sent Elsie Dee, Albert, and the Hunter back in time to investigate the skeleton while sending the missile forward in time to help Wolverine.

(Wolverine II#83 (fb) - BTS) - The Hunter, Albert, and Elsie Dee arrived amidst a battle between the Siksika sects.

(Wolverine II#86 (fb)) - BTS) - Albert, Elsie Dee, and the Hunter's time traveling back to the time of Wolverine-94102's confrontation with the Adversary somehow, in concert with Wolverine's presence at the Big Crunch, altered the conflict, diverging Wolverine-94102's death to Reality-52415.

(Wolverine II#86 (fb)) - After Albert disemboweled Man-Killer Wolf, and his followers took home back to their base, Forge revealed his presence and explained the situation to Albert and Elsie Dee. Wolverine showed himself soon after, and Elsie Dee was ecstatic to see him, but he sensed things heating up across the river at Man-Killer Wolf's camp. Forge then tuned in with his pre-set remote scanner, and they watched as the Adversary restored and magically enhanced Man-Killer Wolf before sending him back to recover Forge for him.

    As the powerful, magic energy-charged Man-Killer Wolf flew in, Wolverine and the others were thrown off balance, and Wolverine noted that it looked like he'd gotten a major tune-up.

    Man-Killer Wolf picked up Forge, and Wolverine jumped in as Man-Killer Wolf took off. After Forge confirmed that Man-Killer Wolf was just a vessel for the Adversary's power, Wolverine slashed him to the bone with his claws, and Forge blasted him with his energy weapon (possibly his neutralizer), causing him to flee back to the waterfall where they knew the Adversary was waiting for them.

    Elsie Dee offered that she, Albert, and the Hunter could help, but Wolverine instructed her that this was between him, Forge, and the Adversary, and that he needed Elsie and her allies to stay there and watch the Siksika; Elsie reluctantly promised.

(Wolverine II#86 (fb)) - BTS) - As Wolverine and Forge fought the Adversary, he/it generated a temporal vortex that pulled in Wolverine. However, Albert, Elsie, and the Hunter's having traveled back in time and/or Wolverine's involvement at the Crunch protected Wolverine so that he was returned to his own time.

(Wolverine II#83 (fb) - BTS) - Searching for Wolverine, Albert and Elsie Dee began to run out of power. After the Hunter encountered a pack of his own kind and departed with them, Albert and Elsie returned to the area of the burial mound and put themselves into system sleep.

(Wolverine II#82 - BTS) - In the modern era, the vampiric Bloodscream located Elsie Dee within the burial mound (which did not contain Wolverine-94102's skeleton) and revived her, after which they revived Albert as well.

wolverine-94012-armored-back-helmet

(Wolverine II#86) - Back in his own time/reality, wearing a "type II armored fighting suit," and carrying a case containing Elsie Dee's head, Wolverine was tracked and pursued by a cyborg designated CX288 who was instructed by its
controller to slay him. After the cyborg instructed him to prepare to go into the long dark system crash, Wolverine noted that he'd have thought that these geeks would have lost their sick sense of humor after getting "cyborged-up." Wolverine dodged the first blast from CX288, but a subsequent volley shattered his armor. Thanking the cyborg as the armor had just been slowing him down, Wolverine swiftly attacked, incapacitating the cyborg (and possibly decapitating it) with claws to the face.

wolverine-94012-armored-lateral

    Forge then greeted Wolverine, noting that it was good to see him again; the two compared notes, and Elsie Dee questioned how Wolverine survived. Albert (who had joined forces with Forge) stated that his and Elsie Dee (and the Hunter in Darkness) having time traveled back to the time of the 18th century conflict with the Adversary had diverged the timeline where Wolverine died.

    Forge further theorized on how Wolverine had returned, with Forge further adding that he suspected Wolverine had been permanently affected by a temporal paradox field (and an editorial note explained that this was due to Wolverine's having traveled forward in time to the Crunch in Wolverine II#52).

    Forge also explained that as he was still battling the Adversary at the time, he was caught up in the Adversary's own alternate time reality.

    As Forge's forces' transport arrived, Forge noted that things were going to heat up around there quickly, and Wolverine accepted his invitation to join their resistance.

    As they boarded the ship, Forge agreed to rebuild Elsie Dee's body but expressed concern about re-creating her pink dress. Wolverine then revealed that, having noted the thing to be more durable than her old body, he had saved her old dress. Elated, Elsie Dee told him she loved him.

Comments: Skeleton created by  Larry Hama, Marc Silvestri , and Dan Green;
    true/full version fleshed out by Larry Hama, Ron Wagner, Reinhold, Younger, and Palmer.

    Reality-94102 involved a group (which included cyborgs) targeting mutants for death. The resistance was organized in troops against them, but not much more was known beyond that.

    We don't know whether it was Earth-616's Albert and/or Elsie Dee who traveled forward in time to that reality or whether it was Earth-94102's Albert and/or Elsie Dee. Maybe one from from -616 and one wasn't? The world may never know...

    Albert estimated the skeleton to be over 200 years old. That was in a story from 1984, and there's no reason to consider that the Siksika story should slide forward with Marvel's modern era timescale, so I would consider it to be before 1784.

Profile by Snood.

CLARIFICATIONS:
Wolverine-94102
should be distinguished from:



wolverine-94012-burial_mound.jpgwolverine-94012-skeletonburial mound /skeleton

(Wolverine II#86 (fb)) - BTS) - In Reality-94102 -- approximately 10 years in the relative future from the main story -- Forge tracked the Adversary to the 18th century Canada of their "common" past in pursuit of the Adversary who had fled there after escaping Forge's seemingly permanent containment. The Adversary's actions in that "time string" was setting off a "devious destructive seed of evil consequences," resulting in a chain of trans-temporal events that could spread across the entire time continuum, infection all time streams.

    Figuring that if Forge was heading to the northwoods of the past, he should come along to protect him, Wolverine joined Forge in traveling to the18 th century to thwart the Adversary's plo

    Forge further determined that the Adversary had taken over Siksisa shaman Man-Killer Wolf, and that a faction of the Siksisa had gone over to him, while many who were wise to the Adversary's plots and opposed him. Forge and Wolverine based themselves in a village of a Siksisa sect that opposed the Adversary and Man-Killer Wolf's forces.

(Wolverine II#86 (fb)) - BTS / Wolverine II#52 (fb) - BTS) - Forge and Wolverine fought the Adversary, who set off a temporal displacement vortex. Wolverine was pulled into this vortex and ejected ten years later, where his lifeless skeleton ended up within a burial mound.

(Wolverine II#52) - In the modern era, the feral creature known as the Hunter in Darkness somehow sensed Wolverine's skeleton within an ancient Blackfoot burial ground next to an abandoned government facility, and he led his allies the androids Albert and Elsie Dee there.

(Wolverine II#52) - Finding access to information on the location to be locked out with security shields, Albert noted that the burial ground was not consistent with known funerary practices. Digging into the mound, Albert and the Hunter were surprised to find a skeleton with Wolverine-esque Adamantium claws.

(Wolverine II#53) - Via technology on their stealth bomber, Albert evaluated the skeleton, confirming the Adamantium claws and Adamantium bonding to the bones. Eventually determining it to be over 200 years old via evaluating the comparative rate of soluble mineral-leaching , Albert used facial reconstruction programs to flesh out the tissue: An image resembling Logan appeared.

    When Mystique and Spiral -- having traveled back from the end of time (the "Big Crunch") while Wolverine faced Mojo and his Plasma Wraiths -- arrived and insisted they needed the bomber's missile to save Wolverine.

    Noting the skeleton to be a relic from an alternate time string, Spiral arranged an agreement with Elsie Dee: Spiral sent Elsie Dee, Albert, and the Hunter back in time to investigate the skeleton while sending the missile forward in time to help Wolverine.

(Wolverine II#86 (fb)) - BTS) - Albert, Elsie Dee, and the Hunter's time traveling back to the time of Wolverine-94102's confrontation with the Adversary somehow, in concert with Wolverine's presence at the Big Crunch, altered the conflict so that Wolverine survived and was returned to his own time, diverging his death to Reality-52415.

-- Wolverine II#52 (53

Note: See the main profile and comments for further explanation...

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Wolverine II#52, pg. 21, panel 2 (burial mound);
    #53, pg. 8, panel 3 (Elsie examining skeleton);
       


Appearances:
Wolverine II#52-53 (March-April, 1992) - Larry Hama (writer), Marc Silvestri (penciler), Dan Green (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Wolverine II#82 (June, 1994) - Larry Hama (writer), Adam Kubert w/ Bob McLeod (pencilers), Mark Farmer & Joe Kubert (inkers), Bob Harras (editor)
Wolverine II#83 (July, 1994) - Larry Hama (writer), John Nadeau (penciler), Bud LaRosa & Keith Champagne (inkers), Bob Harras (editor)
Wolverine II#84 (August, 1994) - Larry Hama (writer), Ron Wagner (penciler), Reinhold, Younger, Palmer, Younger (inkers), Bob Harras (editor)
Wolverine II#86 (October, 1994) - Larry Hama (writer), Ron Garney (penciler), Bud LaRosa & Al Vey (inkers), Bob Harras (editor)


First posted: 04/05/2019
Last updated: 04/05/2019

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