History Film / XmenOriginsWolverine

7th Dec '16 2:25:33 PM Pinokio
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** ''Wolverine: Origin'' by Bill Jemas, Joe Quesada and Paul Jenkins, is loosely adapted into the introduction showing Wolverine's childhood. Wolverine's brother being Sabretooth, and the two sharing a childhood together, used to be a persistent rumor in the comics. The film keeps this interpretation, while in the comics, Logan's brother is Dog Logan.

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** ''Wolverine: Origin'' by Bill Jemas, Joe Quesada and Paul Jenkins, is loosely adapted into the introduction showing Wolverine's childhood. The story reveals Logan's name is James Howlett, and so does the movie.
** In ''Wolverine: Origin'', James shares a childhood with his brother Dog Logan, rumored to be Sabretooth.
Wolverine's brother being Sabretooth, and the two sharing a childhood together, used to be a persistent rumor in the comics. The film keeps this interpretation, the interpretation that James' brother is Sabretooth, and that they grew up together, while in the comics, Logan's brother is Dog Logan.Logan is still James' brother, and they did share a childhood together, but Dog Logan is revealed to be a completely different character than Sabretooth.
6th Dec '16 2:11:33 PM Pinokio
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** ''Wolverine: Origin'' by Bill Jemas, Joe Quesada and Paul Jenkins, is loosely adapted into the introduction showing Wolverine's childhood. Wolverine's brother being Sabretooth, and sharing a childhood together,. This used to be a persistent rumor in the comics, but the film keeps this interpretation.

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** ''Wolverine: Origin'' by Bill Jemas, Joe Quesada and Paul Jenkins, is loosely adapted into the introduction showing Wolverine's childhood. Wolverine's brother being Sabretooth, and the two sharing a childhood together,. This together, used to be a persistent rumor in the comics, but the comics. The film keeps this interpretation.interpretation, while in the comics, Logan's brother is Dog Logan.
5th Dec '16 3:46:45 PM Morgenthaler
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* PullingThemselvesTogether: The end of the film shows [[spoiler:Wade Wilson]]'s hand looking around for his decapitated head before he [[BreakingTheFourthWall shushes the audience]].
30th Nov '16 7:14:25 AM LarryMullen
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* CaliforniaDoubling: The film was mostly shot in New Zealand.
27th Nov '16 3:55:12 PM Pinokio
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** Agent Zero's history with Weapon X and Team X is scattered throughout ''[[ComicBook/AdjectivelessXMen X-Men]]'' #5-7, #10-11, ''Maverick'' #1-12, ''Wolverine'' #60-64, and ''Wolverine Annual September 1995''. He is not known as Weapon Zero until the revived Weapon X program under Malcolm Colcord, from ''Wolverine'' #166 onward.

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** Agent Zero's history with Weapon X and Team X is scattered throughout ''[[ComicBook/AdjectivelessXMen X-Men]]'' #5-7, #10-11, ''Maverick'' #1-12, ''Wolverine'' #60-64, and ''Wolverine Annual September 1995''. He is not known as Weapon Agent Zero until the revived Weapon X program under Malcolm Colcord, from ''Wolverine'' #166 onward.onward.
** Mastadon appears as a member of Team X in ''Wolverine'' #48, and #61-62. In the film, his role is replaced by The Blob, who was not part of Team X in the comic.



** ''ComicBook/NewXMen'' is the initial appearance of Emma Frost's diamond form, but this has nothing to do with Wolverine's origin. What is relevant, however, is the series introducing the concept of Weapon X being Weapon 10, being one project of a larger program, with other weapon numbers being assigned to other "Weapon" projects. The film takes this as far as introducing Weapon XI, but doesn't go into more detail on other projects.

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** ''ComicBook/NewXMen'' is the initial appearance of Emma Frost's diamond form, but this has nothing to do with Wolverine's origin. What is relevant, however, relevant is the series introducing the concept of Weapon X being the tenth Weapon 10, being project, one project of a larger program, with other weapon numbers being assigned to other "Weapon" Weapon projects. The film takes this as far as introducing Weapon XI, but doesn't go into more detail on the other projects.
27th Nov '16 3:48:10 PM Pinokio
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** Agent Zero's history with Weapon X and Team X is scattered throughout ''[[ComicBook/AdjectivelessXMen X-Men]]'' #5-7, #10-11, ''Maverick'' #1-12, ''Wolverine'' #60-64, and ''Wolverine Annual September 1995''. He is not known as Weapon Zero until the revived Weapon X program under Malcolm Colcord, from ''Wolverine'' #166 onward.
19th Nov '16 11:12:45 AM Pinokio
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* AdaptationExplanationExtrication: It's all there. In BroadStrokes. Ask anyone. Or read:
** ''Wolverine: Origin'' by Bill Jemas, Joe Quesada and Paul Jenkins.
** Barry Windsor-Smith's run on ''Marvel Comics Presents'' #7284, "Weapon X".
** ''ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}'' vol. 2 #1-65.
** Early appearances of SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} in ''ComicBook/NewMutants'' and ''ComicBook/XForce'', where Deadpool mentions having been part of Weapon X (not recommended).
** The story arc in ''ComicBook/AdjectivelessXMen'', ''ComicBook/UncannyXMen'' and ''Comicbook/{{Wolverine}}'' where Wolverine gets a new adamantium skeleton from Genesis in ''Comicbook/{{Wolverine}}'' #100, but rejects it and becomes "bone claw" Wolverine for some time (not recommended).
** ''ComicBook/NewXMen'' is the initial appearance of Emma Frost's diamond form, but this has nothing to do with Wolverine's origin. What is relevant, however, is the series introducing the concept of Weapon X being Weapon 10, as part of a larger project, with others being assigned different Weapon numbers.

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* AdaptationExplanationExtrication: It's [[AllThereInTheManual all there. In BroadStrokes. Ask anyone. Or read:
there]] in the source material, presented with BroadStrokes.
** ''Wolverine: Origin'' by Bill Jemas, Joe Quesada and Paul Jenkins.
Jenkins, is loosely adapted into the introduction showing Wolverine's childhood. Wolverine's brother being Sabretooth, and sharing a childhood together,. This used to be a persistent rumor in the comics, but the film keeps this interpretation.
** Barry Windsor-Smith's run on ''Marvel Comics Presents'' #7284, "Weapon X".
X", is loosely adapted into the Weapon X scene, as far as Wolverine receiving adamantium from an organization, Wolverine being known as Weapon X during the procedure, and Wolverine escaping from the facility.
** ''ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}'' vol. 2 #1-65.
#1-65 introduces pivotal aspects of Wolverine's past including Silverfox, Team X, and Sabretooth's recurring rivalry and torment of Wolverine. This was also where Sabretooth's familial connection to Wolverine was hinted at before the publication of ''Wolverine: Origin''.
** Early In early appearances of SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} in ''ComicBook/NewMutants'' and ''ComicBook/XForce'', where Deadpool mentions having been part of the Weapon X (not recommended).
program. The film plays with this by turning Deadpool into a member of Team X, and later, Weapon XI.
** The story arc in ''ComicBook/AdjectivelessXMen'', ''ComicBook/UncannyXMen'' and ''Comicbook/{{Wolverine}}'' ''Comicbook/{{Wolverine}}'', where Wolverine gets a new adamantium skeleton from Genesis in ''Comicbook/{{Wolverine}}'' #100, but rejects it and becomes "bone claw" Wolverine for some time (not recommended).
time, establishes that Wolverine's mutation originally included bone claws. This is confirmed when Rogue uses Wolverine's powers, and she grows bone claws of her own. ''Wolverine: Origin'' would make the bone claw mutation explicit.
** ''ComicBook/NewXMen'' is the initial appearance of Emma Frost's diamond form, but this has nothing to do with Wolverine's origin. What is relevant, however, is the series introducing the concept of Weapon X being Weapon 10, as part being one project of a larger project, program, with others other weapon numbers being assigned different to other "Weapon" projects. The film takes this as far as introducing Weapon numbers.XI, but doesn't go into more detail on other projects.
18th Nov '16 6:26:09 PM Pinokio
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** ''ComicBook/NewXMen'' is the initial appearance of Emma Frost's diamond form, but has nothing to do with Wolverine's origin.

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** ''ComicBook/NewXMen'' is the initial appearance of Emma Frost's diamond form, but this has nothing to do with Wolverine's origin.origin. What is relevant, however, is the series introducing the concept of Weapon X being Weapon 10, as part of a larger project, with others being assigned different Weapon numbers.
18th Nov '16 6:18:39 PM Pinokio
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** ''ComicBook/NewXMen'' is the initial appearance of Emma Frost's diamond form, but has nothing to do with Wolverine's origin.
18th Nov '16 5:46:33 PM Pinokio
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* AdaptationExplanationExtrication: It's all there. In BroadStrokes. Ask anyone. Or read:
** ''Wolverine: Origin'' by Bill Jemas, Joe Quesada and Paul Jenkins.
** Barry Windsor-Smith's run on ''Marvel Comics Presents'' #7284, "Weapon X".
** ''ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}'' vol. 2 #1-65.
** Early appearances of SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}} in ''ComicBook/NewMutants'' and ''ComicBook/XForce'', where Deadpool mentions having been part of Weapon X (not recommended).
** The story arc in ''ComicBook/AdjectivelessXMen'', ''ComicBook/UncannyXMen'' and ''Comicbook/{{Wolverine}}'' where Wolverine gets a new adamantium skeleton from Genesis in ''Comicbook/{{Wolverine}}'' #100, but rejects it and becomes "bone claw" Wolverine for some time (not recommended).
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