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of Earth-50810

Real Name: Logan (full name unrevealed)

Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-50810) human mutant

Occupation: Adventurer

Group Membership: X-Men (Beast, Cyclops, Emma Frost, others)
   formerly New Fantastic Four

Affiliations: Captain America, Col. Nick Fury, Ghost Rider, Hulk, S.H.I.E.L.D. (Strategic Hazard Intervention Espionage Logistics Directorate), Spider-Man, Tony Stark (Iron Man)

Enemies: Doombots, Dr. Doom, Dr. Octopus, Red Ronin

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Xavier's Institute for Higher Learning, also mobile internationally

First Appearance: Mega Morphs#1 (October, 2005)

Powers/Abilities: Wolverine is a mutant with heightened senses, razor-sharp claws and an incredible healing factor. His skeletal system, including the retractable claws mounted in his forearms, are coated with the unbreakable metal Adamantium. He is an excellent hand-to-hand combatant and a savage fighter, as well as an intuitive pilot and team player. Wolverine was loaned a giant Stark-built humanoid mecha battle suit called a Mega Morph that can transform into a spaceworthy flying machine and is uniquely powered by his abilities.

Height: 5'3"
Weight: 300 lbs.
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Black


(Mega Morphs: Wolverine mini comic (fb) - BTS) - Logan was born with razor-sharp claws, heightened senses and an advanced healing factor. His skeleton (and retractable claws) were later fused with unbreakable Adamantium and he became a deadly member of the mutant team, the X-Men, alongside Beast, Cyclops, Emma Frost and others.

(Mega Morphs#3 (fb) - BTS) - Wolverine, Spider-Man, Hulk and Ghost Rider briefly formed the New Fantastic Four.

(Mega Morphs: Wolverine mini comic (fb) - BTS) - Tony Stark developed and built attack vehicles that could transform into giant metal warriors uniquely powered by the super-hero inside, but the plans were stolen by the nefarious Dr. Octopus. Stark recruited Wolverine, Spider-Man, Hulk, Ghost Rider and Captain America to stop the villain, each with their own Mega Morph tailored to their individual power set.

(Mega Morphs: Wolverine mini comic) - Wolverine piloted his Mega Morph 700 miles above the Earth to where Dr. Octopus, in his own custom Mega Morph, was tampering with a satellite. Interference jammed radio communication between Logan and Stark, and a fierce battle between Wolverine and Dr. Octopus ensued. Dr. Octopus smashed the pilot canopy, expecting the mutant to suffocate, but being powered by Wolverine's super healing ability, it rapidly repaired itself, and Wolverine's mecha slashed back, forcing the villain's retreat, but his goal had already been achieved.

(Mega Morphs: Dr. Octopus mini comic) - Wolverine joined the other four heroes in their Mega Morphs confronting Dr. Octopus atop Mt. Everest, where he had assembled all the parts to a weapon that began sucking away the powers of every super-powered being on Earth, including those in the Mega Morphs. But Ghost Rider rallied the heroes, emphasizing their willpower, and they fought back, smashing the weapon, with Wolverine delivering the final blow with his Mega Morph. However, the heroes realized that Dr. Octopus had not acted alone.

(Mega Morphs#1) - Several weeks later, Dr. Doom's machinations led to the Mega Morph squad being reassembled. In his own Mega Morph, Captain America carried Wolverine's to the Xavier Institute, which triggered the proximity alert. Quickly changing, Wolverine seemed embarrassed to have had his giant Mega Morph revealed before his teammates.

(Mega Morphs#2) - Each in their Mega Morphs, Wolverine and Captain America joined Spider-Man and Ghost Rider in successfully fighting off an army of giant Doombot mecha. They later grouped aboard the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier, where they learned that Hulk had been coerced into freeing Dr. Octopus and their own Mega Morphs. Wolverine thought roughing up Dr. Doom might be an option to gain information but that was quashed by Stark. Col. Fury then revealed Hulk and Dr. Octopus were being tracked to Iceland, where the giant robot Red Ronin was hidden.

(Mega Morphs#3) - In their Mega Morphs, Wolverine, Spider-Man, Ghost Rider and Captain America rushed to confront Dr. Octopus, only to find the powerful Red Ronin remotely controlled by Dr. Doom, who had betrayed his pawn Dr. Octopus. Combined attacks failed until Hulk, now freed of Doom's mind control but still inside his Mega Morph, helped stop the enormous robot. The heroes regrouped with S.H.I.E.L.D., but were suddenly alerted that Doombot signals had been detected, heading for Washington, DC. The Mega Morph squad rushed to intercept.

(Mega Morphs#4) - The smaller Doombots had been built to detonate when in proximity to any Mega Morph. As resilient as the machines were, they still took damage until Stark overrode the signal and made them return to their Latverian origin. The Mega Morph pilots, Stark and Fury followed in a S.H.I.E.L.D. jet and confronted Doom. Claws unsheathed, Wolverine wanted to attack Doom, but Fury stopped him, recognizing the impending international incident it would cause and how Doom was technically legally in the right. The heroes returned home.

Comments: Originally created by Len Wein (writer), John Romita Sr. (design), Herb Trimpe (pencils), Jack Abel (inks). Earth-50810 version adapted by Sean McKeever (writer), Lou Kang (pencils), Pat Davidson (inks).

Mega Morphs were a 2005 toy line developed by Toy Biz incorporating Marvel characters and were similar to Transformers in that they were humanoid in shape and, with a few clicks and twists, could turn into a different machine, but unlike Transformers, these Mega Morphs incorporated pilots (similar to Gundams and other mecha). (Catch the exciting TV ad on YouTube!) The Mega Morphs included mini comics (with nine models produced in total - see image at right for Wolverine's; the red chestplate is the cockpit). However, it was not confirmed that this took place on an alternate Earth until 10 years later in Web Warriors.

Xavier's Institute for Higher Learning on Earth-50810 included a monument similar to that once created for the fallen Jean Grey on Earth-616, so it's very likely she once existed on this Earth too. There is also a picture of what appears to be Charles Xavier on the wall inside the Mansion. Spider-Man exaggerates that there are "twenty teams of X-Men", so you can be sure there would normally be many more senior mutants at the Xavier Institute than the four who responded to the alert in Mega Morphs#1.

Unfortunately, there's no clear full body shot of Wolverine; the series focuses much more on the Mega Morphs.

I'm not 100% sure on the release dates of the mini comics (which came with the toys), but as far as I can tell, the first set was timed with the Marvel limited series. The first six mini comics and the Marvel limited series were later published in digest format.

Wolverine-50810's height and weight stats are taken from his Earth-616 counterpart due to their astonishing similarity.


Profile by Grendel Prime.

Wolverine of Earth-50810 has no known connections to:


Beast was a furry match for his later Earth-616 counterpart and presumably had advanced strength, agility, dexterity and intelligence (although his powers were not shown). He alerted the rest of the X-Men of the proximity alarm of the approaching "mechanized humanoid" (actually Wolverine's Mega Morph).

Before this, he was likely briefly depowered by Dr. Octopus' weapon before it was destroyed by the five heroes in their Mega Morphs.






--Mega Morphs#1


Cyclops paralleled his Earth-616 counterpart and presumably emitted constant concussive blasts from his eyes and demonstrated leadership abilities (although his powers were not shown). He joined the other available X-Men in confronting the intruder, only to find it was Wolverine's Mega Morph.

Prior to this, he was likely briefly depowered by Dr. Octopus' weapon before it was eliminated by the five heroes in their Mega Morphs.






--Mega Morphs#1

Emma Frost

Emma Frost matched her Earth-616 counterpart and likely had the same telepathic abilities and the capability to shift into a diamond-hard form. She joined the other available X-Men when the intruder alert sounded, but was appalled at the "tawdry" look of Wolverine's Mega Morph.

Before this, she was likely briefly depowered by Dr. Octopus' weapon before it was destroyed by the five heroes in their Mega Morphs.






--Mega Morphs#1

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Mega Morphs#1, p15, pan4 (main image)
Mega Morphs#3, p19, pan2 (headshot, unmasked)
Mega Morphs: Wolverine mini comic, p8, pan1 (piloting Mega Morph)
Mega Morphs#1, p15, pan2 (in civvies)
Mega Morphs#4, p19, pan3 (snikt!)
Mega Morphs#1, p15, pan2 (Beast)
Mega Morphs#1, p15, pan3 (Cyclops)
Mega Morphs#1, p15, pan4 (Frost)

Mega Morphs#1 (October, 2005) - Sean McKeever (writer), Lou Kang (pencils), Pat Davidson (inks), John Barber (editor)
Mega Morphs: Wolverine mini comic (October, 2005) - Sean McKeever (writer), Lou Kang (pencils), Pat Davidson (inks), John Barber (editor)
Mega Morphs: Dr. Octopus mini comic (October, 2005) - Sean McKeever (writer), Lou Kang (pencils), Wayne Faucher (inks), John Barber (editor)
Mega Morphs#2 (October, 2005) - Sean McKeever (writer), Lou Kang (pencils), Pat Davidson (inks), John Barber (editor)
Mega Morphs#3 (November, 2005) - Sean McKeever (writer), Lou Kang (layouts), Logan Lubera (pencils), Craig Yeung (inks), John Barber (editor)
Mega Morphs#4 (December, 2005) - Sean McKeever (writer), Lou Kang (pencils), Pat Davidson (inks), John Barber (editor)

First posted: 09/01/2019
Last updated: 09/01/2019

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