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  • #46
    Postado originalmente por Kanzoo
    Postado originalmente por Gotencionador
    Postado originalmente por Jack 'Nunes' Sparrow
    Postado originalmente por Gotencionador
    Postado originalmente por Kanzoo
    LIXO!!
    Obviamente, esse aqui não entendeu...
    Inveja porque a outra editora nao ganhou revistas novas
    Putz, ser DCninha deve ser uma merda mesmo!
    Se você me explicar qual o passado do wolverine eu paro de ler DC.
    e eu quero a historia completa. vai. te desafio.
    Versão RESUMIDA, leia tudo e seja uma pessoa melhor:

    [hide:b64dd8ef4c]After years of complicated backstory and retcons, the 2001 limited series Origin finally tells the story of Wolverine's early years. The series, set in 19th century Alberta, Canada, depicts Wolverine as James Howlett, the son of John and Elizabeth Howlett. In contrast to the quickly healing Wolverine, James is a sickly youth who requires round-the-clock care. His parents hire a young girl named Rose to watch over James and keep his spirits up.

    On the rare days that James is allowed to go outside he and Rose spend their time playing with a young boy they know as "Dog" Logan, the son of Thomas Logan, groundskeeper of the Howlett Mansion. Thomas and Dog live together in a small shack on the poor side of town. Thomas is an abusive alcoholic and is highly resentful of the Howletts, particularly John Howlett. At first his resentment seems rooted in the fact that he and his son have nothing while John Howlett has everything, but it is later revealed that he has been carrying on a secret affair with the lady of the house since before James was born.

    After Dog commits such heinous acts as trying to force himself on Rose and killing James's pet dog, John Howlett fires Thomas and has him thrown off the property. This only adds to Thomas' hatred and, in a drunken rage, he and his son break into the Howlett Mansion at night armed with rifles. Thomas finds Elizabeth in her bedroom and tries to convince her to run away with him when they are both confronted by John Howlett who gets into a fistfight with Thomas.

    Woken by the noise, James enters the bedroom just in time to see Thomas shoot and kill John. Enraged by seeing his father murdered, James' claws emerge for the first time. He kills Thomas, slashes Dog across the face, and passes out. Elizabeth, upon witnessing the death of her husband, her lover, and the emergence of James' claws, promptly commits suicide. Rose, blinded by fear and not thinking straight, takes James and runs off into the night. The police are summoned to the mansion and they question Dog, who blames the killing entirely on Rose.

    With Rose blamed for the death of the Howletts and James exiled by his bitter grandfather, the two friends set out for parts unknown. They join a mining colony in British Columbia where James (who has lost all memory of his parents, his childhood, and his name, due to his trauma) adopts the name "Logan Vernon" and struggles under the harsh working conditions of the mining colony. As his mutant abilities develop, James becomes tall and strong, acquiring the nickname "Wolverine" from his fellow miners. During his time at the mining colony, James speaks less and less of the past to Rose, often immersing himself in hunting and the physically demanding work of daily life in the colony.

    Unbeknownst to James and Rose, Dog has tracked them to British Columbia. On his deathbed, James's grandfather had a change of heart and asked Dog to find his grandson so that he can see him one last time. However, Dog is still nursing a deep grudge against James for killing his father and against Rose for spurning his advances. Following their trail, Dog finds Rose and James at the mining colony and attempts to beat him to death in front of a large crowd. Just as James prepares to extend his claws and kill Dog, Rose is accidentally knocked into the fray by the crowd. Impaling herself, she dies in James' arms. Driven mad with grief, James becomes feral, living in the woods with wolves.


    [edit] Early years
    Logan returns to civilization, working as a soldier in the Canadian military during World War I. After the war, he embarks on a series of adventures leading him around the world. He sees action during World War II, participating in D-Day and the liberation of the Netherlands. Logan then spends time in the Sobibor concentration camp. Captain America mentions having worked with Wolverine during World War II, to help a young Black Widow.

    Logan has strong memories of loving a Native American woman named Silver Fox, and living with her in a cabin before they are recruited into Team X, a government black ops team. On his birthday, Sabretooth apparently kills Silver Fox.(Wolverine vol.2 #10)

    Additionally, Logan meets agents Carol Danvers, Nick Fury, soldier Ben Grimm, and spies Richard and Mary Parker in the years prior to his transformation into Weapon X.


    [edit] Weapon X

    Wolverine's days at Weapon X.
    Art by Kaare AndrewsIn the serialized story "Weapon X", beginning in Marvel Comics Presents (April 1991), Barry Windsor-Smith created a new backstory for the man who would become Wolverine. Taking place prior to his first appearance, Logan is revealed to be a drifter who was discharged from the army for shooting another soldier on a hunting range. Unaware of his past and suffering from long-term memory loss, Logan goes to a bar where he is drugged and taken to the Weapon X facility in Canada, ran by the mysterious "Professor" and Dr. Abraham Cornelius, along with a secretary, Carol Hines. Wolverine is shaved, and the pair realize he is regrowing his hair at an accelerated rate, and their drugs wear off too fast due to his healing factor. After the group tranquilizes him further, they begin to transform Logan into Weapon X, reinforcing his skeleton with adamantium and brainwashing him into a killing machine and giving him false memories. The Professor eventually discovers that Logan is a mutant, a fact that was not disclosed to him by someone over him, whose identity is never revealed. Shortly thereafter, Wolverine escapes the facility, killing nearly everyone except for the Professor, Cornelius, Hines, and Malcolm Colcord, a soldier. He flees into the wild, where he encounters Canadian government employees James and Heather Hudson, who enroll Logan into Department H.

    Wolverine made his historical first appearance in one of the last pages of The Incredible Hulk #180. Now Department H's super agent, and using the codename "Wolverine", Logan is dispatched to stop the destruction caused by the powerhouses Hulk and the Wendigo, who are locked in a savage fight. His speed and maneuverability prove to be a match for the two plodding powerhouses, but he confuses Hulk when he goes after the Wendigo. The Hulk's child-like mind believes the two are now "friends", and once the Wendigo is defeated, Wolverine turns on the Hulk, in a fight ending with Wolverine being knocked unconscious by a right hook from the Hulk. Department H arrives and tells Wolverine he has spent too much time fighting Hulk and they are starting "Plan B", but this is unresolved.


    [edit] X-Men

    Giant-Size X-Men #1, 1975. Art by Gil Kane & Dave Cockrum.In Giant-Size X-Men #1, Professor X recruits Wolverine to a new team of X-Men. Chris Claremont and other writers added layers of complexity to the character over time. For instance, it is revealed Wolverine can read and speak Japanese and has a strong sense of personal honor, and his respect is not freely given.

    In subsequent stories, Wolverine frequently clashes with the X-Men's leader, Cyclops, in part due to his relationship with teammate Jean Grey, whose looks are similar to that of the long-deceased Rose. Prone to berserker rages in combat, he slowly learns to control his feral instincts, but of all his teammates, he does not reveal much of himself to any of them: teammate Banshee, though he has encountered Logan prior to his Weapon X days, does not realize that his claws are bound to him physically (Uncanny X-Men 100).

    James Hudson, as Vindicator, eventually seeks Wolverine out to return him to Department H, but is defeated (Uncanny X-Men #109) quickly. He says he will come back for Wolverine. Meanwhile, Wolverine encounters Lady Mariko Yashida, heir to an extremely powerful Yakuza family in Tokyo (Uncanny X-Men #118). As time passes, he falls for Mariko, as Jean Grey is attached. Vindicator returns as the leader of Canada's first superhero team Alpha Flight, on their first mission: to capture Wolverine (X-Men #120). After the X-Men win a victory over Alpha Flight, the team leaves,and some time later, new member Kitty Pryde joins the team, right after Jean Grey, seemingly possessed by Phoenix, dies. Cyclops leaves the team in grief, and Storm takes up the mantle as X-Men leader. Wolverine, donning his yellow and brown outfit for the first time (Uncanny X-Men 139), travels to Canada to make peace with Alpha Flight by taking down the Wendigo once more, this time with Nightcrawler. During this adventure, Heather Hudson reveals Wolverine's name as "Logan" for the first time, revealing more of his secret nature: when Nightcrawler said that he never told them his name, he simply replies, "You never asked". After the Wendigo is defeated, the two head back, and become fast friends, although the two are extremely different in nature.

    Wolverine later travels with Kitty Pryde to Japan to confront his former mentor, Ogun, who was killed years earlier, and his malicious spirit has since required hosts to inhabit. Ogun possesses Kitty, making her his assassin, but Logan helps her overcome him and force him from her body. Afterwards, Logan and Kitty become very close friends, and she becomes like a daughter to him (Kitty Pryde and Wolverine #1-4).


    Premiere of the first Wolverine limited series (Sept.-Dec. 1982). Pencils by Frank Miller, inks by Joe Rubinstein.In his first solo limited series, written by Chris Claremont and drawn by Frank Miller, Wolverine, in love with a now married (to a criminal) Lady Mariko, is manipulated into using his claws to attack her crime lord father, Shingen. Mariko decides not to speak to Logan, who is without honor for unsheathing his claws. When her husband is killed and Logan's honor reclaimed by besting Shingen in combat again, the two are engaged, but the wedding is broken off by Viper and the Silver Samurai, and manipulation by the villain Mastermind.

    In another story (X-Men #186), Wolverine takes it upon himself to watch over Amiko Kobayashi, daughter of a woman killed in the aftermath of a fight between the X-Men and a giant dragon over Tokyo. In subsequent stories Logan continues to visit Amiko, although she is under the care of his close friend and sometime lover Yukio.

    When Storm's powers are lost and she leaves the X-men for a time, Wolverine takes the mantle of leadership of diminished team of X-men, featuring members Havok, Psylocke, Longshot, Rogue, and sometimes Colossus. This team is mainly featured in the crossover events The Fall of the Mutants and Inferno.

    After the events of Fall of the Mutants, the X-men, who sacrifice their lives, are reborn in the Australian Outback. There, runaway mutant Jubilee saves Wolverine's life from an attack by Lady Deathstrike and the Reavers (Uncanny X-Men #244). She eventually becomes, as Kitty and Amiko before her, another surrogate daughter. Wolverine also spends a significant amount of time in the seedy areas of Madripoor, under the alias 'Patch.'

    Still in Australia, Apocalypse tricks Wolverine into journeying to the Savage Land. While there, Wolverine starts a relationship with the female chieftain, Gahck, of an indigenous tribe. There, he discovers an insane robot version of Apocalypse, which he destroys, as Apocalypse wanted him to do. He puts an end to Apocalypse's experiments on the tribe and unknowingly sires a son with Gahck, who she names "Erista." (Wolverine: The Jungle Adventure)

    After the X-Men return to America, Wolverine returns to the Weapon X base in Canada. There, he learns many of his memories are implants and his personality becomes darker, and fights the robot Shiva.(Wolverine vol.2 #50)


    Wolverine #57 (mid-July 1992): Mariko's death. Pencils by Marc Silvestri, inks by Dan Green.Wolverine travels back to Japan and reunites with Mariko, who refuses to rekindle her love with him until her clan ceases all illegal activities. However, she is soon poisoned by a Yakuza assassin working for Matsu'o Tsurayaba, who bears a grudge against Wolverine. Mariko asks Wolverine to end her life quickly rather than let her die slowly and painfully from the toxin, and he reluctantly complies. This changes Wolverine's character significantly, making him even more disciplined and emotionally distant. Wolverine vows to Matsu'o that on each anniversary of Mariko's death he will visit him and slice off a body part until there is nothing of him left.(Wolverine vol.2 #60)

    Shortly after Mariko's death, Wolverine rejoins his former Team X members Sabretooth, Maverick, John Wraith, Mastodon, and Silver Fox, with Jubilee and Hines of the Weapon X Program, in hunting down Aldo Ferro a.k.a "Psi-Borg", a powerful psychic who brainwashed many of them for Weapon X. (Wolverine vol.2 #64) Ferro and Hines die soon after he makes Sabretooth kill Silver Fox.

    Wolverine suffers a mental breakdown due to Weapon X's mental tampering and the deaths of Mariko and Silver Fox. Thinking he is on a prior Team X mission to assassinate "Terry Adams", Wolverine breaks into a Russian space program facility and encounters Epsilon Red, a genetically-engineered cosmonaut with powerful psychic abilities. Red, the "Terry Adams" Wolverine is after, breaks down many of the mental blocks in Wolverine's mind in return for help escaping the facility. With this greater knowledge of which memories were true and which were false, Wolverine is finally able to pick up the pieces of his shattered life. (Wolverine vol.2 #68)

    This happiness is short-lived, for at the end of the Fatal Attractions crossover, the adamantium in Wolverine's skeleton is forcibly extracted by Magneto. This act injures Wolverine so severely his mutant healing factor burns itself out in order to keep him alive. In fact, most of Wolverine's other natural abilities, including enhanced strength, stamina, agility, and reflexes are weakened as well.


    Magneto ripping the Adamantium from Wolverine's bonesUnwilling to accept his severely weakened state, Wolverine begins training in the Danger Room. In a fit of rage and frustration, his claws extrude, now bone, revealing them to be a natural part of him, rather than adamantium implants. Furthermore, each time he extrudes them, they forcibly pierce the skin of his hands and cause severe tissue damage and blood loss. Feeling useless, Logan embarks on a series of solo adventures, leaving a note with Jubilee to explains his views on the matter. (Wolverine vol.2 #75)

    During these adventures, he encounters some past enemies, such as the adamantium-skinned Cyber, the Reaver Cylla, and the vampiric Bloodscream. While travelling alone, Wolverine stops for a training session with Generation X and encounters his Weapon X ally Maverick and his X-Men teammate Gambit in Madripoor, before learning Sabretooth is staying at Xavier's. Wolverine returns and defeats Sabretooth in battle while the X-Men are away. The battle ends with Wolverine puncturing Sabretooth's brain, temporarily altering Sabretooth's vicious personality until the injury is fully healed. (Wolverine vol.2 #90)

    Over the course of the next several issues (Wolverine vol.2 #91-100), tests and studies jointly conducted by Professor Charles Xavier, Beast, and Heather Hudson show the mutation endowing Wolverine with powers is an ongoing process. Unlike most mutants, he continues to mutate slowly over the course of his life. As a result, Wolverine's powers, particularly his heightened senses and accelerated healing, slowly increase. However, after Wolverine's skeleton was bonded with adamantium by the Weapon X Program, this mutation was completely halted. The studies also reveal, aside from suppressing his ongoing mutation, the presence of adamantium also slowed his mutant healing factor. Adamantium's toxicity forced Wolverine's healing powers to work constantly to negate the effects, causing him to heal slower from other injuries. After Magneto ripped it from Wolverine's skeleton, and his body completely healed from the injuries, the mutation resumed, at a greatly accelerated rate. The studies show accelerated mutation has increased his powers beyond any other point in his life.

    A prime example of just how much they have increased is seen in Wolverine Vol. 2 #92. Wolverine is run over by a car and suffers numerous internal organs ruptured and half the bones in his body broken, from which he completely heals in a matter of seconds. It is also revealed during this time Wolverine's mutation process will eventually cause him to degenerate physically into a more primitive, beastial state.

    Some time later, a maniac named Genesis, who is the biological son of Wolverine's ally, and sometime enemy, Cable, kidnaps Wolverine and attempts to re-bond adamantium to his skeleton in an attempt to transform Wolverine into a Horseman of Apocalypse. (Wolverine vol. 2 #100) The attempt is unsuccessful, and the process pushes Wolverine's system to the point that he degenerates into a feral state that is dominated by wild, animalistic instincts. In a rage, Wolverine murders the Dark Riders, including Genesis and flees. With the help of Elektra and Stick, he is able to regain his humanity and reverse the bulk of his regression. (Wolverine vol. 2 #101-110)

    Wolverine lives without adamantium for some time before being kidnapped by the villain Apocalypse. Apocalypse sets up a contest between Wolverine and an adamantium-bonded Sabretooth to determine who would become the new leader of his Four Horsemen.


    Wolverine as Death, from Wolverine vol. 2 #145 (December 1999). Pencils by Leinil Francis Yu.Although he knows winning means being brainwashed and turned against his friends, Wolverine supposes that Sabretooth would enjoy being set loose as a killing machine, while he himself might be able to fight it. Emerging victorious he is made the Horseman Death, and Apocalypse strips the adamantium from Sabretooth and bonds it to Wolverine's skeleton once more. Made to battle the X-Men, Wolverine overcomes Apocalypse's conditioning with the help of Jubilee. (Wolverine vol. 2 #147)

    Wolverine is then captured by a restarted Weapon X program under the leadership of Director Malcolm Colcord, a soldier Wolverine disfigured when he escaped from the original Weapon X facility. It is revealed that the mental implants installed by the original program are still functional, as Colcord uses them to force Wolverine into tracking down and eliminating former members of the program. However, it seems that during his assassination of the previous director, Wolverine's mental implants are finally destroyed.[issue # needed]


    Grant Morrison's run as writer of the X-Men (temporarily renamed New X-Men during Morrison's tenure) reveals that the "X" in "Weapon X" was a Roman numeral, making Wolverine "Weapon Ten" in a sequence of living super-weapons that begins with Isaiah Bradley and Captain America (Weapon I). The Weapon X program that experimented on Wolverine spun out of a larger "Weapon Plus" program, leading Wolverine to join Cyclops and the mysterious Fantomex (himself Weapon XIII) on a mission to bring down Weapon Plus and discover Wolverine's true identity. During the assault on Weapon Plus, Wolverine killed Ultimaton (Weapon XV). (New X-Men #142-145)

    Wolverine then gains access to the Weapon X files that describe his genesis, though this happens largely off-panel and it is not clear to the reader precisely what he learns. What is known is that he was intended to be a living Sentinel and that he was forced to exterminate the populace of the small Midwestern town of Roanoke as a test of his abilities. This revelation leads Wolverine to believe he is a monster once more and that his only purpose is to kill, but Jean Grey is able to persuade him out of this mentality. (New X-Men #148)

    When Wolverine is brainwashed into becoming an agent for HYDRA, he is able to overcome their conditioning with the help of S.H.I.E.L.D. In return, Wolverine becomes a temporary S.H.I.E.L.D. agent in order to help put a stop to HYDRA's plans.

    Wolverine is then recruited by the New Avengers, because he is willing to "cross the lines they refuse to cross"[11]; after the events of Avengers Disassembled, Iron Man recognizes the need to have someone who is prepared to kill on the team, should something like what happened to the Scarlet Witch happen again. He serves alongside such notable Marvel heroes as Captain America, Iron Man, Spider-Man, and Luke Cage.


    [edit] Modern Adventures

    Wolverine as an Avenger. Art by Oliver Coipel.At the conclusion of House of M, Wolverine's memories are completely restored. This causes a panic for some of the major powers and governments across the Marvel universe because of their involvement in Wolverine's life and the knowledge he has recovered. The United States and Canada purge all records of Wolverine's involvement in anticipation of his revenge.

    The governments' fears prove correct in the "Origins & Endings" arc of his solo series. Wanting to find others' knowledge of a mysterious weapon called the "Muramasa Blade", he confronts the Silver Samurai, who tells Wolverine that he did not escape the Weapon X program alone. Bucky, Captain America's World War II partner, now known as the Winter Soldier, helped him break out. Wolverine travels to Serbia to confront him, and Bucky reveals that he murdered Logan's previously unrevealed Japanese pregnant wife, Itsu, but was not in control of his actions at the time.

    Wolverine reflects on how he met Itsu. After World War II, Ogun had been Wolverine's master. After completing his training, Ogun sent Wolverine to a village where another master, Bando Saburo, teaches warriors how to regain their humanity. There, Wolverine met Itsu and they married and conceived a child. Saburo's village is surrounded by mountains belonging to the demon swordsmith Muramasa. After Bucky murdered Itsu, Wolverine, believing it was the people of the village who killed her, allied with Muramasa, who made a sword in honor of Wolverine, the Muramasa Blade. Through unknown means, Muramasa began the process that made Wolverine into a weapon and countering Saburo's training.

    After remembering this, Wolverine goes back to Muramasa's mountains and reclaims the Muramasa Blade, given to him willingly by Muramasa, who tells Logan to "wield [the sword] like an angry god". Wolverine wants revenge, and he now remembers who deserves his vengeance.


    [edit] Civil War
    Main article: Civil War

    Wolverine being incinerated down to a skeleton, from Wolverine (vol. 3) #43After Nitro's murder of over 600 Stamford, Connecticut residents, Wolverine embarks on a mission to take vengeance on Nitro, to Tony Stark's disapproval. Nitro explodes, incinerating Wolverine to his adamantium skeleton, but Wolverine is able to regenerate, due to his adamantium skull protecting his brain during the explosion.

    They fight and Wolverine beats Nitro. Three Atlantean sleeper agents under orders to avenge the death of Namor's cousin Namorita, killed in the Stamford explosion, arrive, and Wolverine battles their leader Janus while the other two subdue Nitro. Namor, prince of the Atlanteans, then appears. Wolverine then fights Namor but is knocked unconscious. Waking, he realizes that Nitro has been taken to Atlantis. Wolverine calls Iron Man, who lends him an armor adapted for underwater survival so he can confront Namor. Namor allows Wolverine to see Nitro, who has escaped. Nitro tries to attack but is disabled. Wolverine leaves him in Atlantis, as Namor's situation is more important. An ingratiated Namor discloses that Nitro was given Mutant Growth Hormone, a drug that enhances mutant abilities, by Walter Declun, the CEO of Damage Control.

    Returning to the surface, Wolverine places a listening device in Declun's office and learns that Damage Control, Inc. had been increasing the number of superhero fights so they could get the cleanup contracts. Wolverine decides to take down Declun's operations. Declun sets a squad of men on Wolverine, who overwhelm him. Janus and a female Atlantean, Amir, come to his aid. The three defeat the soldiers, but the Sentry arrives. Supporting the Superhuman Registration Act, the Sentry defeats the impartial Wolverine and takes him to S.H.I.E.L.D. who attempt to "depower" him by way of a collar and gauntlets. Wolverine is still able to extract his claws (not a mutant ability a permanent result of his mutation) and escape.

    He then appears at the Damage Control meeting where Marie Hoag and Walter Declun are engaged in a heated argument. Declun ingests Mutant Growth Hormone, giving him animalistic strength, agility, and aggression, and fights Wolverine. Winning, Wolverine questions whether true evil is premeditated or spontaneous before killing Declun. He returns to the remains of Stamford incident and talks to Miriam Sharpe.

    Wolverine then returns to Atlantis and speaks with Amir and sleeps with her. He recalls painful times in his life and the physical agony that he goes through and how he can cope with that, but not the pain of losing loved ones and being unable to die that he finds hard to bear. Recalling when Nitro incinerated him, he spoke to Jean Grey, although it is unclear whether this was Jean in spirit or a subconscious manifestation, as Jean has died and returned before. Either way, Jean informed Logan that at the edge of life, beyond the light, lay all the answers. The loves of his life are waiting for him there, as is she, as is "Lazaer", someone whose spirit seems to lurk nearby when Wolverine is near death. Wolverine says if Lazaer defeats him, it means dying for good.

    Wolverine later gets his revenge against Nitro, and then begins the chase to find whoever is ultimately responsible for Stamford. During this time, he falls from a S.H.I.E.L.D. helicarrier and nearly dies. Again, Lazaer is waiting for him on the edge of death, looking for payback for Logan having killed him. Logan defeats Lazaer again but knows that this means he will once more heal, losing another chance to see the ones he’d loved and lost.

    Amir finds his story sad and asks if Wolverine knows why his soul cannot go to its final rest. Logan replies that he knows, but that is a secret he will not give up yet.


    [edit] Post-Civil War
    Frequently dreaming of two battling feral armies that he refers to as the Lupines, Wolverine returns to the X-Mansion and immediately initiates a fight with Sabretooth by throwing him through a window. In the middle of the fight, Wolverine asks what Sabretooth meant years ago when he seemingly killed Silver Fox and said "Quod Sum Eris". Sabretooth explains that it means "You will become me". Wolverine calls Sabretooth insane and puts his fist to Sabretooth's throat. Creed tells him if he extracts his claws, he will rip his heart out. Wolverine replies "Let 'er rip" and extracts his claws into Sabretooth's throat

    Wolverine: Origins is a second ongoing series, starring Wolverine in his quest as a result of "Origins & Endings". At the beginning of the series, he encounters a Shiva robot while trying to extract information from a government foe. After defeating the robot with the Muramasa Blade, those in the government hiding from Logan send Frank Simpson a.k.a. Nuke against him. It is revealed through flashbacks that Wolverine takes Nuke from his family as a child and, during the Vietnam War, is responsible for implanting a trigger word into Nuke that causes him to massacre a Vietnamese village. All this is apparently part of an attempt to recreate Wolverine, already a living weapon prior to Weapon X. Exactly who is controlling Wolverine at this point remains unclear at this time.

    After defeating Nuke in South Vietnam, he then fights Captain America who has been sent to stop Wolverine's path of vengeance once and for all. Cyclops, Emma Frost, and Hellion of the X-Men enter the fray and stop Wolverine (driven berserk by a slash from the Muramasa Blade Captain America managed to take from him) from killing the famous hero.

    Emma calms the combatants telepathically and reveals to Wolverine his son is still alive. Emma also warns Wolverine his boy doesn't seem to have any thoughts of his own, similar to how Wolverine has been controlled so many times before. Wolverine remembers when Sabretooth killed Silver Fox all those years ago and how her murder was arranged by those he is seeking vengeance against to bring out the beast in him, turning him to their side. He assumes something similar has been done to his son for his enemies to be able to gain control of him.

    Emma advises Wolverine to end his mission of revenge as he has a son to rescue. He entrusts Cyclops with the Muramasa Blade, explaining that the captors of his son will most likely brainwash him if they are able to capture him. Wolverine makes Cyclops promise to use the sword to kill him if that time ever comes. Emma informs Wolverine that, above all else, his son hates him. Wolverine tells her that he hates himself, as well, for all the terrible things he's done under his enemies' control.

    Wolverine remembers carbodanium weakened his mutant healing factor and thinking it may provide him with a way to take down his son without killing him, he travels back to America to find Maverick. Maverick was part of Team X during Wolverine's first encounter with the carbodanium synthesizer and the villainous Omega Red. He had also been entrusted with by Wolverine a few years back. Wolverine tracks Maverick to a building in New York City where mutants, powered and depowered alike, are taking refuge and is surprised to see Jubilee there. Their reunion is shortlived, however, as Omega Red mysteriously bursts into the building, nearly killing Jubilee and demanding Maverick tell him where the carbonadium synthesizer is.

    Wolverine and Omega Red fight while Maverick and Jubilee evacuate the depowered mutants. Wolverine remembers his first encounter with carbodanium, when his handlers in Team X tested it on him before they rewrote his memories like they did after every one of his missions. As they were taking him to the device that would brainwash him, he fought back, killing one of the scientists with a blow to the throat. He threatened the other scientist, popping his (bone) claws accidentally. Seeing his claws made him remember everything that Team X had taken from him. He asked the scientist who gave the orders and he said he didn't know. Wolverine, smelling that he was not lying, ordered him to tell him what he did know. The scientist is contacted via telephone every time Wolverine needs to be mindwiped. When he completes his task, he tells Wolverine that he barely made it out alive of whatever mission he was on and then gives him a dossier detailing his next mission. Wolverine asks for the dossier he would normally be given. He tells the scientist to tell whoever was in charge that the brainwashing was successful and then leaves, intending to participate in this mission. The mission is in Berlin, where he first encountered Omega Red.

    In the present, Wolverine is overpowered by Omega Red. Red tackles him through a wall where they land on the rooftop of an adjacent building. Wolverine is briefly knocked unconscious, while Omega Red makes his way back to the building where Maverick last was. Wolverine, hearing Jubilee scream for him, rushes back into the building. He finds a wounded Maverick who tells him that Omega Red has Jubilee and that he told the villain who he gave the carbonadium synthesizer to.

    With Dum Dum Dugan and SHIELD hot on his trail, Wolverine travels to Berlin where he reminisces about his Team X mission there. He had undertaken the mission (to steal the carbonadium synthesizer from a German laboratory), pretending he was still under the control of his handlers, to see if he could get any answers as to who was directing him. Remembering his past with Sabretooth, he intended to use the carbonadium synthesizer on him since it shorted out mutant healing factors. Before he could do so, Omega Red attacked. As Team X fled with a defecting German scientist, Sabretooth realized Wolverine had regained control and executed the scientist. The scientist was a woman and Sabretooth was advised to kill any available female targets when Wolverine broke free of his masters' control, since it showed him that whenever he wasn't kept on a tight leash, "pretty things die."

    In the present, Wolverine meets up with the Black Widow.

    To his fans, Wolverine is an enigma. Recent stories about his travels have taken him forward through time, backward through time, and all over the place, from Madripoor to Japan to Canada!

    ...Wolverine #25 is a plausible Wolverine origin story. It tells the tale of a young Native American boy cast into the wilderness by his Indian tribe. Befriended by wolverines and raised as one of their own, the boy adopts the instincts of an animal, yet can reason with the intellect of a man.

    ...Other early Wolverine stories include "24 Hours" featuring Sabretooth from Wolverine #9-10 and "Wild Frontier" from Marvel Comics #93-98 which shows a pre-claw Wolverine as a member of the Blackfoot indian tribe in the early l800's...

    ...Wolverine's next major chronological appearance is "Madripoor Nights" from Uncanny X-Men #268. It places him on the island of Madripoor in the South Pacific during 1941 as he teams up with a young Captain America to battle a ruthless Nazi commander named Baron Strucker...


    ...The next milestone in Wolverine's life appears in the acclaimed Weapon X storyline from Marvel Comics #72-84...Wolverine is transformed into an indestructible weapon of a super-secret group by an adamantium bonding process. Unfortunately, the memory implants from the Weapon X program convolute Wolverine's memory of these events...

    ...It is certain that Wolverine was a member of the Canadian Secret Service before Weapon X. Previous encounters with Sabretooth in X-Men #4-6 hint at the fact that they were even teamates.

    ...We also know that Sabretooth is definitely not Logan's father, because in Wolverine #42 a S.H.I.E.L.D. medic confirms that blood taken from the two is different...

    ...We also know that Wolverine's relationship with Silver Fox is genuine since the log cabin that Logan and Silver Fox shared in Wolverine #63 really does exist...

    A mutant by birth, Logan was the subject of a secret program sponsored by the Canadian government to create the ultimate secret agent: Weapon X. Undergoing the program's tortuous procedures against his will, Logan had adamantium molecularly fused to his skeleton, rendering his bones virtually unbreakable. Part of the adamantium process manifested itself as three one-foot long retractable claws hat projected from the back of each of his hands.


    Escaping into the Canadian wilderness, Logan wandered naked with no memories of his previous life, until he was found by scientist James Hudson, the man in charge of forming Alpha Flight, Canada's government-sanctioned superteam. Recuperating quickly--due to his mutant healing power--Logan became one of Alpha Flight's most valuable members and took the code name Wolverine.

    Logan later...joined Prof. Charles Xavier's second team of X-Men...Throughout many of the X-Men's battle, Logan has been the team's last hope, fighting back from near-insurmountable odds...

    Never a team player for long, Logan has often struck out on his own...he's faced some of the world's mightiest villians and heroes, battling to a victory or a standstill...

    Still unaware of his true origin, many of Logan's adventures have led him to sites that were significant in his past...Logan has learned that many of his memories are only memory implants apparently inserted when he received his adamantium, and that the Weapon X program may have had a much darker purpose than he ever imagined.

    It has been made very clear...that Wolverine has been around for a long time. If you believe all the versions of his history, Wolverine was raised in the woods by kindly wolverines, danced with wolves on the American prarie, fought in the Spanish Civil War in 1937, fought against Nazis with Captain America in World War II, and was a soldier for the CIA and the Canadian government during the Civil War.
    ...In telling the tale of how Wolverine got his adamantium [Marvel Comics Presents #72-#84], [Barry] Windsor-Smith firmly anchored the mutant's beginning to a specific point in time--namely, 1964.

    ...[Larry] Hama has revealed that the Weapon X program that gave Wolverine his adamantium also gave him his memory implants. That means Hama is free to say what was real and what had been implanted...

    ...Instead of just creating Wolverine, Weapon X was the lab that created covert super-soldiers for Canada...responsible for Sabretooth, Silver Fox, Maverick, Mastodon, and presumably many others.

    ...It is assumed that he is Canadian by birth, but this has yet to be confirmed...The only truly personal piece of information that Wolverine has revealed about himself is that he is known to some by the name "Logan."

    PRE-20TH CENTURY
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    ...The earliest chronological Wolverine story was "Heir Aid," from Wolverine #25...The tale told of a young boy (resembling Wolverine) who was cast out from his own people because he was small and weak. The boy, suffering from amnesia and wandering aimlessly, was befriended by wolverines and raised as one of their own. Over time, the boy adopted the instincts of an animal but maintained the intellect of a man...Thus, if Wolverine was indeed the boy in "Heir Aid,", he may be hundreds of thousands of years old.

    ...The story ["Wild Frontier", Marvel Comics Presents #93-98] shows a pre-adamantium Wolverine...dancing with wolves as an adopted member of a Blackfoot Indian tribe in the 1840s...This story arc also hints at Wolverine's possible immortality and his experiences in and out of the current time stream.

    ...In that tale ["24 Hours", Wolverine #9-#10]...The story shows a young Wolverine battling Sabretooth, who had just raped and killed Wolverine's Native American lover, Silver Fox...The story appeared to be set during the Gold Rush circa circa 1840...[but] until the mid-20th century, Canada had many rugged frontier towns, so the story doesn't necessarily have to date back to the 1840s...The entire "24 Hours" episode may have been a memory implant, as it has since been revealed that Silver Fox hadn't ever died and still was alive in the present...

    20TH CENTURY
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    "Blood and Claws" (Wolverine #35-#37) marks the next appearance of Wolverine...Set in 1937 Spain, the story shows Wolverine, Puck, and Lady Deathstrike taking part in the Spanish Civil War...

    Wolverine's next documented appearance places him in war-torn 1941 Madripoor. "Madripoor Nights" (The Uncanny X-Men #268) shows a mature, pre-adamantium Logan fighting alongside an inexperienced Captain America to stop the ninja assassins known as The Hand and the Nazi Baron Strucker...The story reveals that...Logan could speak Japanese, was very familiar with Japanese weapons, and utilized ninja techniques in defeating the Hand. Also, Logan confirmed that he is a Canadian...
    The next chronological mention of Logan came in Wolverine #34. Tracking a murderer, Logan teamed with an old Canadian Mountie named Doolin...Doolin reminisced about his World War II experiences, namely the eve of D-Day in 1944. Stationed in Ranville, Normandy, an 18-year-old Doolin told Wolverine about the courage of his platoon corporal, whose name sounded like "Logan"--even though Doolin had no idea what Wolverine's real name was...

    ...In Wolverine #78, the vampire Bloodscream recalled that he met Wolverine on the same night Doolin referred to in Wolverine #34...Bloodscream noted that Logan had not aged since Bloodscream saw him in Normandy, nor had he aged when he saw him next, 50 years later, in Madripoor (Wolverine #4).

    THE 1950s
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    ...What is known about Wolverine's activities in the Cold War years mostly is revealed in X-Men (vol. 2) #4-#7, where he was shown to be a high-level field operative working with Maverick and Sabretooth. The story, set 30 years ago, showed the three in service of both the CIA and the Canadian government...the adventure shows a pre-adamantium Logan, which suggests that he had yet to undergo the Weapon X treatment. However, Maverick is wearing his characteristic mask, suggesting he already may have undergone the Weapon X program...

    The 1960s
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    ...It has been revealed that Wolverine also teamed on several missions with two American operatives: Carol Danvers...and Michael Rossi. Danvers herself reminded Logan of how he rescued her (in his pre-adamantim days) from the Lubyanka prison in Moscow. Wolverine also revealed that he and Nick Fury worked together on several missions, but whether this was before or after Weapon X is unknown...
    ...Wolverine's pre-adamantium days ended around 1963. It can be assumed that he'd taken some hard knocks during his tenure as a spy, since the Weapon X storyline begins with a burned out Logan, fed up with the system and intent on drinking and drugging himself into a stupor. The adamantium-bonding process lasted 18 months, so Logan effectively became Weapon X in late 1964 or early 1965.

    Under [James] Hudson's [Vindicator] sponsorship, Logan was trained...as an agent for Department H. It was during this time with Department H that Logan officially was given the codename Weapon X and his distinctive blue and gold costume...Aware of Logan's berserker tendencies, the Canadian government tried drug and hypnotherapy to cure him of his rages, but the animal still lurked within the man...
    During this period, Hudson was devloping the idea of Alpha Flight, a super-group made up of Canadian heroes. Accordingly, Logan was being groomed for leadership of the group...

    THE X-MEN
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    Only a short period of time passed between Wolverine's battle with the Hulk and Professor Xavier's offer to join the X-Men in Giant Size X-Men #1. Logan jumped at the chance to join the X-Men and resigned his post within the Canadian government...From that point on, Wolverine served with the X-Men.
    The most catastrophic event in Logan's life since the addition of his adamantium came in X-Men #25, when the metal was removed forcibly by Magneto. After recovering, Wolverine discovered that his claws were actually made of bone and only had been coated with adamantium. Through further research, it was shown that Wolverine's mutant genes allowed the adamantium-bonding process to be successful. It also was shown that the adamantium actually retarded Wolverine's mutation. Without it, he had begun to mutate to a more feral state...

    TODAY
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Logan adapted to life with bone claws fairly well until he recently became aware of the machinations of Genesis. Thanks to Genesis, Wolverine now has reverted to a beast-like creature, barely resembling Logan either physically or mentally. This latest transformation begs the question of how much Wolverine will remember about his past if or when he reverts back to human form. While he appears to still recognize former friends, as seen in Wolverine #100-101 and Uncanny X-Men #332, are his memories still intact?

    As of Wolverine #106, we discover more clues to his origins. On his visit with Elektra to visit her family in Greece, Stavros, one of her friends there, said that he knew of a Canadian from World War II. During this time, this Canadian had given him a dagger to use offensively. When asked by Logan if he remembered the name, he just replied "We called him 'Canada'". Near the end of the novel, we see Stavros with the dagger...and on it was enscribed the words "Cpl. Logan". Perhaps another hint to his origins? Only time will tell.



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    In 2002, the best kept secret within Marvel was finally released. The series, fittingly titled Origin, tells a tale of a young boy named James Howlett who we now know as being Wolverine. The 6-part mini-series, as told by writer Paul Jenkins with the creative help of Andy Kubert and Richard Isanove, is regarded to be the definitive origin to Wolverine's mysterious origins.[/hide:b64dd8ef4c]

    Não tem confusão nenhuma, o que vale continua valendo. O que não vale foi implante de memória. Antes implante de memória que soco na realidade.

    Agora pare de ler porcarias da DC.

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    • #47
      Postado originalmente por Kanzoo
      Postado originalmente por Andy Murdock
      Só depois que você explicar todinha a história dos Gaviões Negros, da Donna Troy (ambos os casos, escalrecendo os buracos cronológicos) , ou conseguir explicar qual origem do Superman q vale (e consequentemente, quais histórias seguintes que valem e quais tem que ser desconsideradas).

      Portanto, CHUPA DECENINHA RECALCADO!!!!
      Superman você sabe q é Byrne, não sei porque tá perguntando.
      Gaviões negros tá alem da minha capacidade e eu adimito.
      e a Donna, ela é uma cagada q a DC ainda vai ter q detonar quem sabe numa futura crise.

      Agora uma coisa q eu queria saber é, como q morderam o Coisa pra ele virar Zumbi? alguem poderia satisfazer minha curiosidade? o cara não é feito de pedra?
      Não, ele é COBERTO de pedras, uma camada relativamente fina, e já foi mostrado em inumeras historias que debaixo da pedra ele tem carne e sangue normalmente, ou sjea, bastava um Hulk da vida morder destroçando a pedra para contamina-lo.

      Se fudeu de novo, deceninha. Poupe a si mesmo, pare com o cross e deixe a gente avaliar a revista em paz
      "I killed every living thing on Czarnia fer fun. I killed Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny an' things that don't even exist, an' so help me, I tried ta follow th' triple-fold path o' peace. I tried my best... but frag me for a bastich, even I got limits!"

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      • #48
        se ele me der uma explicação decente pra tanto buraco cronológico.
        plo menos na Marvel que eles reclamam, é "no more mutants" e acabo mutunas.
        agora essa porrada de crise e guerra paralela...


        e putz pelo que tanta gente fala bem de runaways eu vo acabar comprando essa revista.

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        • #49
          Puta que o pariu, mas até em avaliação de revista rola crossovismo!

          Vão tomar no cu! NO CU!

          Quem afinal leu a revista?

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          • #50
            Essa revista varre o chão com qualquer gibi da DC na banca atualmente (exceto LJA que tem LV e SJA).

            DCninha é invejoso.
            “Back like lateral passin'
            With that motherfuckin' gladiator manner of rappin'
            As an addict I let percocets and xannies relax me
            Fall back if your paddies is Maxi, please”

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            • #51
              E esse parece ser do tipo mais crônico... não li, mas vou comprar e já sei que é bom.
              A expectativa é a mãe da merda

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              • #52
                Postado originalmente por Andy Murdock
                Só depois que você explicar todinha a história dos Gaviões Negros, da Donna Troy (ambos os casos, escalrecendo os buracos cronológicos) , ou conseguir explicar qual origem do Superman q vale (e consequentemente, quais histórias seguintes que valem e quais tem que ser desconsideradas).

                Portanto, CHUPA DECENINHA RECALCADO!!!!
                HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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                • #53
                  3 guerrea mundial é uma resposta da DC para as oméricas lutas entre heróis na guerra civil marvel??

                  Ohh, não, tem GUERRA no nome da saga... então, utilizando a lógica DCnete....


                  É CÓPIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa!!!!

                  e mau feita, ahahahahah

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                  • #54
                    Postado originalmente por carcaju
                    3 guerrea mundial é uma resposta da DC para as oméricas lutas entre heróis na guerra civil marvel??

                    Ohh, não, tem GUERRA no nome da saga... então, utilizando a lógica DCnete....


                    É CÓPIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa!!!!

                    e mau feita, ahahahahah
                    Calado crossovista de merda.
                    Ting-ting-ting-ting-ting-ting be-beep-beep-boop!

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                    • #55
                      Postado originalmente por Hyde
                      Postado originalmente por carcaju
                      3 guerrea mundial é uma resposta da DC para as oméricas lutas entre heróis na guerra civil marvel??

                      Ohh, não, tem GUERRA no nome da saga... então, utilizando a lógica DCnete....


                      É CÓPIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa!!!!

                      e mau feita, ahahahahah
                      Calado crossovista de merda.
                      ahahahahahahahahahahahahahaah

                      Finalmente, finalmente, finalmente.....

                      Tava preso na minha garganta...

                      bwaaaaaaahahahahahahahahahahaha

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                      • #56
                        Postado originalmente por carcaju
                        Postado originalmente por Hyde
                        Postado originalmente por carcaju
                        3 guerrea mundial é uma resposta da DC para as oméricas lutas entre heróis na guerra civil marvel??

                        Ohh, não, tem GUERRA no nome da saga... então, utilizando a lógica DCnete....


                        É CÓPIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa!!!!

                        e mau feita, ahahahahah
                        Calado crossovista de merda.
                        ahahahahahahahahahahahahahaah

                        Finalmente, finalmente, finalmente.....

                        Tava preso na minha garganta...

                        bwaaaaaaahahahahahahahahahahaha
                        Isso todo mundo sabe. Desentalou?
                        Ting-ting-ting-ting-ting-ting be-beep-beep-boop!

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                        • #57
                          Postado originalmente por carcaju
                          Postado originalmente por Hyde
                          Postado originalmente por carcaju
                          3 guerrea mundial é uma resposta da DC para as oméricas lutas entre heróis na guerra civil marvel??

                          Ohh, não, tem GUERRA no nome da saga... então, utilizando a lógica DCnete....


                          É CÓPIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa!!!!

                          e mau feita, ahahahahah
                          Calado crossovista de merda.
                          ahahahahahahahahahahahahahaah

                          Finalmente, finalmente, finalmente.....

                          Tava preso na minha garganta...

                          bwaaaaaaahahahahahahahahahahaha
                          Afastai-te deste topico, vil crossovista!
                          Postado originalmente por Oz Jordan
                          eu sempre considerei o ajax negão, só q um negão verde. em vista de q os marcianos do caralhø lá eram brancos e verdes, o verde é o negro espacial.

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                          • #58
                            Postado originalmente por carcaju
                            Postado originalmente por Hyde
                            Postado originalmente por carcaju
                            3 guerrea mundial é uma resposta da DC para as oméricas lutas entre heróis na guerra civil marvel??

                            Ohh, não, tem GUERRA no nome da saga... então, utilizando a lógica DCnete....


                            É CÓPIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa!!!!

                            e mau feita, ahahahahah
                            Calado crossovista de merda.
                            ahahahahahahahahahahahahahaah

                            Finalmente, finalmente, finalmente.....

                            Tava preso na minha garganta...

                            bwaaaaaaahahahahahahahahahahaha
                            Foi bem isso, hein?

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                            • #59
                              Postado originalmente por carcaju
                              3 guerra mundial é uma resposta da DC para as Homéricas lutas entre heróis na guerra civil marvel??

                              Ohh, não, tem GUERRA no nome da saga... então, utilizando a lógica DCnete....


                              É CÓPIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa!!!!

                              e mau feita, ahahahahah
                              Olá!

                              Seguindo por essa linha de raciocínio...

                              Antes de Guerra Civil.. o Grant Morrison já escreveu uma saga da LJA intitulada 3º Guerra Mundial com a participação de vários personagens da DC...

                              Logo... a Marvel veio depois com Guerra Civil... então a Marvel copiou?

                              Abraços

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                              • #60
                                O Hal é o mais macho da DC!

                                Só por isto dá (lá ele) para tirar como são os outros personagens da DC!

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