Real Name: James "Logan" Howlett
Identity/Class: Extradimensional (Earth-90411), human mutant
Group Membership: X-Men (Anole/Victor Borkowski, Diamondheart/Emma Frost, Graymalkin/Jonas Graymalkin, Ink/Eric Gitter)
Enemies: Dust (Sooraya Qadir), Donald Pierce, Sentinex Sentinels
Known Relatives: None
Base of Operations: Island nation of Xaviera
First Appearance: Young X-Men I#11 (April, 2009)
Powers/Abilities: Wolverine is a mutant who's skeleton include six retractable foot-long bone claws, three in each arm. Wolverine possesses a healing factor which also increased his lifespan. While part of the Weapon X Program, Wolverine's skeleton was laced with the malleable but indestructible metal known as adamantium which allowed his claws to slice through virtually any material.
Weight: 195 lbs.
(Young X-Men#11) - Wolverine and the X-Men came to live on the island nation of Xaviera which had been established by UN General Assembly resolution GSXM1. The nation became a beacon for mutantkind attracting most of their kind. However, after a few years mutants began to die off without propagating new ones. The population of Xaviera now vulnerable was invaded with the UN unable or unwilling to intervene. The Earth's mutant population was dwindled down to only six mutants, four of them being the only active X-Men left; Wolverine, Graymalkin, Anole and Diamondheart who also took care of the catatonic human Ink.
(Young X-Men#11) - While on a mission, Wolverine and the X-Men were attacked by a group of Sentinex, tenth generation Sentinels. Wolverine and Diamondheart recognized the tech as Donald Pierce's after which Graymalkin threw Wolverine fastball-special-style towards one of the mutant killer machines.
(Young X-Men#11) - Having defeated the menaces Wolverine and the X-Men returned to Xaviera. Noticing Frost was about to head to Ink he noted he would never talk prompting Frost to say one could surely hope. After changing into his regular clothes Wolverine made his way to the kitchen where he noticed a familiar smell, that of former X-Men student Dust. Realizing she's come to kill him and the remaining X-Men, Wolverine nonetheless grabbed a beer after which he said "hey darling". Dust appeared from the shadows and offered Wolverine a chance to flee, he refused and drank his beer when he asked why she was about to kill them. Dust noted he and the X-Men had killed her when they let her die after which Dust used her sand-like powers to kill Wolverine leaving nothing but his lifeless adamantium skeleton.
Comments: Created by Marc Guggenheim (writer), Rafa Sandoval (pencils), Roger Bonet (inks).
Convergence point of this alternate universe happened in Young X-Men#12 after Dust had been killed by Donald Pierce she was brought back to life by Ink, which not only rendered the boy catatonic but made Dust believe he'd killed her soul, corrupted it. Dust came to believe mutantkind were a plague upon Earth, something to which she'd become the cure. It's been unrevealed if she was the force who invaded Xaviera.
The End of Days was a storyline which ran through Young X-Men#11-#12, the story mentioned there were only six mutants left alive on Earth but with Wolverine, Diamondheart, Anole, Graymalkin and Dust only make 5, perhaps Ink was a mutant in this reality which would make him number 6. The UN General Assembly resolution GSXM1 of course is a play on Giant-Size X-Men#1.
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Young X-Men#11, p1, pan1 (main image)
Young X-Men#11, p20, pan1, 2 (death)
Young X-Men#11 (April, 2009) - Marc Guggenheim (writer), Rafa Sandoval (pencils), Roger Bonet (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
First Posted: 10/19/2019
Last Updated: 10/19/2019
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