History Film / XmenOriginsWolverine

10th Mar '17 4:56:27 PM NightShade96
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** In the comics, ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}'s nickname is "The Merc with the Mouth". Here, [[spoiler:he's the Merc with ''No'' Mouth]].

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** In the comics, ComicBook/{{Deadpool}}'s SelfDemonstrating/{{Deadpool}}'s nickname is "The Merc with the Mouth". Here, [[spoiler:he's the Merc with ''No'' Mouth]].
12th Feb '17 6:07:08 PM Anicomicgeek
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** The aftermath of ''ComicBook/FatalAttractions'' 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.

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** The aftermath of ''ComicBook/FatalAttractions'' establishes that Wolverine's mutation originally included bone claws. claws and the adamantuim only merely coated the 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.own.
7th Feb '17 2:35:29 PM StFan
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* MissingTrailerScene: One of the earliest trailers includes a brief shot of a young Black girl with white hair, who's clearly mean to be a young Storm. [[NeverTrustATrailer Her single scene was cut and can only be seen on the DVD]].
7th Feb '17 2:29:35 PM StFan
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* InertiaIsACruelMistress: Victor takes advantage of this to kill [[spoiler:Wraith.]]
31st Jan '17 1:21:49 PM Anicomicgeek
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** The ''ComicBook/FatalAttractions''

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** The ''ComicBook/FatalAttractions''aftermath of ''ComicBook/FatalAttractions'' 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.
31st Jan '17 1:20:36 PM Anicomicgeek
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** The story arc in ''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, 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.

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** The story arc in ''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, 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/FatalAttractions''
12th Dec '16 11:12:28 AM 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. 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 the interpretation that James' brother is Sabretooth, and that they grew up together, while in the comics, Dog 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.

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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 and movie both reveal Logan's name is James Howlett, and so does Howlett. In the movie.
** In ''Wolverine: Origin'',
comic story, James shares a childhood with his brother half-brother Dog Logan, who was rumored to be Sabretooth. Wolverine's brother Sabretooth; Sabretooth and Wolverine being Sabretooth, brothers and the two sharing a childhood together, used to be together was a persistent rumor in the comics. The film keeps the interpretation that James' brother is Sabretooth, and that they grew up together, while in the comics, together. The comics no longer follow this plot, as Dog Logan is still James' brother, and they did share a childhood together, but Dog Logan is was revealed to be a completely different character than Sabretooth.
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]].
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