Real Name: Unrevealed, possibly James Howlett or Logan 

Identity/Class: Unrevealed extra-dimensional (Earth-10), presumably human mutant 

Occupation: Celebrity (perhaps model);
    possibly lawyer

Group Membership: Possibly Snikt, Thwip and Bamf Attorneys-at-Law 

Affiliations: None

Enemies: Neopolis P.D.

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: Logan (unless that's his real name in this reality)

Base of Operations: Neopolis, Earth-10

First Appearance:(mentioned) Top 10 I#1 (September 1999);
    (seen, billboard only) Top 10 I#3 (November 1999);
    (seen, skin and skeleton only) Top 10 I#11 (May 2001);
    (seen, fully intact, on monitor only) Top 10: Beyond the Farthest Precinct#3 (December 2005);
    (seen in person) Top 10: Beyond the Farthest Precinct#5 (February 2006)

Powers/Abilities: Wolverine possesses extendable Adamantium claws and an Adamantium skeleton; he presumably also possesses enhanced senses and a healing factor like most of his interdimensional counterparts.

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

(Top 10 I#1 - BTS) - Wolverine, or someone trading on his name, advertised Logan DNA Dietary Supplements: Now With Added Adamantium, on the Neopolis subway.


(Top 10 I#3 - BTS) - Wolverine was the face of the advertising campaign for Mut-8 Conditioner: For Natural Wingtips, and appeared on billboards around the city.


(Top 10 I#4 - BTS) - Another billboard sporting Wolverine's face, advertising an unspecified product, was placed just outside the Tenth Precinct Neo P.D. station-house.




(Top 10 I#9 - BTS) - Wolverine was the victim of defamatory graffiti alleging that "-verine has a prosthetic..."


(Top 10 I#11) - Literally reduced to skin and bones, a badly injured Wolverine was rushed to Neopolis' hospital for emergency treatment.


(Top 10: Beyond the Farthest Precinct#3 - BTS) - Wolverine, Spider-Man and Nightcrawler's trademarked sound-effects were used to advertise the firm Snikt, Thwip and Bamf: Attorneys-at-Law; whether the three were actual lawyers or merely provided publicity remains unrevealed.


(Top 10: Beyond the Farthest Precinct#3) - As Wolverine showed off his claws, he was watched by a police officer on monitor duty.


(Top 10: Beyond the Farthest Precinct#5) - With half the population possessed by a mysterious affliction transforming them into skull-faced entities, panic ensued across Neopolis. Many of the unaffected took the opportunity to commit crimes, hoping the cops would be too busy to deal with them. Despite the crisis, the police force continued to do what they could to apprehend any suspected felons, including Wolverine, who was brought to the Tenth Precinct station-house for processing.


Comments: Created by Alan Moore, Gene Ha and Zander Cannon.

    Since Neopolis has regular traffic from other realities, there is a chance that any or all of the above appearances are for a Wolverine not native to that reality, perhaps even the 616 Wolverine. However, for the profile I've ASSumed they are all one and the same, and a native to Neopolis. There is one exception to this - a Wolverine analogue appears in Top 10 Season 2 #3, but there he is (a) in Grand Central Station, the interdimensional terminal and (b) apparently just exiting a portal from another reality; he also looks unlike the other Wolverine seen in previous issues, dumpier and wearing a different outfit, though that alone wouldn't be enough to rule him out since Wolverine could have changed outfits and put on weight between cameos.

Profile by Loki.


This Wolverine is an alternate reality counterpart of

but has no known connections to:

Wolverine (Earth-117)

Wolverine and Cyclops visited Neopolis on Earth-10, reincorporating on the Myrmidon Concourse, Gate Tau.

Comments: It's not absolutely confirmed that this Wolverine is from Earth-117, but in the comic an announcer at Grand Central is proclaiming that the yellow transit beam from "Parallel 117" is reincorporating on the Myrmidon Concourse, Gate Tau, and he and his companion are seen emerging from that gate in the very same panel.

--Top 10 Season 2#3

images: (without ads)
Top 10: Beyond the Farthest Precinct#5, p11, pan4 (main)
Top 10: Beyond the Farthest Precinct#3, p8, pan5 (in costume, on monitor)
Top 10 I#1, p1, pan1 (DNA dietary advert)
Top 10 I#3, p11, pan2 (Mut-8 billboard)
Top 10 I#4, p20, pan1 (billboard outside stationhouse)
Top 10 I#9, p3, pan4 (graffiti)
Top 10 I#11, p13, pan6 (skin and bones)
Top 10: Beyond the Farthest Precinct#3, p15, pan1 (lawfirm)
Top 10 Season 2#3, p24, pan1 (Wolverine, Earth-117)

Top 10 I#1 (September 1999) - Alan Moore (writer), Gene Ha and Zander Cannon (illustrations), Scott Dunbier (editor)
Top 10 I#3 (November 1999) - Alan Moore (writer), Gene Ha and Zander Cannon (illustrations), Scott Dunbier (editor)
Top 10 I#4 (December 1999) - Alan Moore (writer), Gene Ha and Zander Cannon (illustrations), Scott Dunbier (editor)
Top 10 I#9 (October 2000) - Alan Moore (writer), Gene Ha and Zander Cannon (illustrations), Scott Dunbier (editor)
Top 10 I#11 (May 2001) - Alan Moore (writer), Gene Ha and Zander Cannon (illustrations), Scott Dunbier (editor)
Top 10: Beyond the Farthest Precinct#3 (December 2005) - Paul Di Filippo (writer), Jerry Ordway (art), Scott Dunbier (editor)
Top 10: Beyond the Farthest Precinct#5 (February 2006) - Paul Di Filippo (writer), Jerry Ordway (art), Scott Dunbier (editor)
Top 10 Season 2#3 (February 2009) - Zander Ha and Kevin Cannon (script and layouts), Gene Ha (pencils and inks), Scott Dunbier (editor)

First Posted: 10/13/2019
Last updated: 10/13/2019

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