Real Name: Unrevealed, probably James Howlett

Identity/Class: Extradimensional (DC Earth), probably human mutant and Canadian citizen

Occupation: Unrevealed

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: None

Enemies: Hyperclan

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: Unrevealed (probably Logan)

Base of Operations: Unrevealed

First Appearance: (possibly) Sovereign Seven#2 (August 1995); (confirmed) JLA I#1 (January 1997) (see comments)

Powers/Abilities: Extendable metal claws (likely Adamantium) and presumably Adamantium skeleton. Probably possesses heightened senses and regenerative abilities.


Height: 5'3"
Weight: 300 lbs.
Eyes: Unrevealed, presumably blue
Hair: Black



(Sovereign Seven #2) - Wolverine visited the Crossroads, a bar frequented by visitors from other realities, and found it undergoing repairs following a recent battle. Taking a seat by the fire, he called out to the superhumans clearing up and asked what it would take for a guy to get a beer around here? In response, one of the heroes, Cruiser, told him he could ask politely, and threw a beer at him; catching it out the air, Wolverine thanked him and sliced it open with a claw.


(JLA I#1) - Self-proclaimed world saviors, the alien Hyperclan rounded up individuals they considered super-powered criminals, including Wolverine and Doctor Doom, and executed them on live television.


Wolverine got better, either having survived thanks to his healing factor or perhaps resurrected during one of the DC Universe's irregular crisis reboots.


(Tales of the Unexpected II#6/2) - Wolverine shared a subway train with Clark Kent, Matt Murdock and Peter Parker.


Comments: Created by Chris Claremont, Dwayne Turner and Jerome K.Moore.

    The Wolverine in Sovereign Seven might be 616 Wolverine, since Crossroads was established to be accessible to individuals from across realities; Kitty Pryde and Magik also popped by in another issue. Similarly, reality was a bit off-kilter in the Tales of the Unexpected story, so it's possible the subway train wasn't carrying DC Universe individuals, but instead those of another reality such as Earth-Crossover or Earth-616 (which does have a Clark Kent). However, for the sake of this entry I am ASSuming them all to be appearances of the DC universe Wolverine.

   There's no Earth number given for DC's Post-Crisis Earth because (1) it's DC's, not Marvel, and we mostly try to avoid numbering any other company or creator-owned realities unless they include Marvel content, and leave any reality designations to the people who own them, but even more to the point (2) the whole perpetual history rewrites at DC makes any attempt at numbering extremely confusing. For my money, Post-Crisis Earth is still pre-Crisis Earth-1, just merged with other realities (just like Age of Apocalypse/House of M/Age of Ultron/Excalibur: Weird War/etc. were 616 merged with other realities/with changed timelines until the mergers ended and they split off into their own realities and numbering while 616 mostly reverted back to the way it had been before). The way the merger was depicted in Crisis on Infinite Earths#12, the fact that some characters were confirmed to remember the old timeline (c.f. Psycho-Pirate, Earth-2 Superman, Superboy-Prime, etc.), and that some characters were eventually confirmed to originate from other pre-Crisis DC Earths but the timeline change had altered their histories/memories to make them fit their new world (c.f. Power Girl) strongly supports this imo. However, since it is only my view on the matter, I've not used the pre-Crisis numbering.

Profile by Loki.

Wolverine is an alternate reality counterpart of

but has no known connections to:

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Tales of the Unexpected II#6/2, p4, pan5 (main image)
Sovereign Seven#2, p7, pan3-4 (with beer in Crossroads)
Sovereign Seven#2, p7, pan5 (in high backed chair in Crossroads)
JLA I#1, p10, pan3 (Wolverine, bottom left, executed by Hyperclan)
Tales of the Unexpected II#6/2, p4, pan5 (on subway train with Kent, Parker and Murdock)

Sovereign Seven#2 (August 1995) - Chris Claremont (writer), Dwayne Turner (pencils, inks), Jerome K.Moore (inks), Rob Simpson (editor)
JLA I#1 (
January 1997) - Grant Morrison (writer), Howard Porter (pencils), John Dell (inks), Ruben Diaz (editor)
Tales of the Unexpected II#6/2 (May 2007) - Brian Azarello (writer), Cliff Chiang (art), Bob Schreck (editor)

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

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