->''"These days, the majority of the comic book audience is 40-somethings who are not necessarily interested in comic books as a medium or panel progression or sequential narrative. They are probably interested in Wolverine."''
-->-- '''Creator/AlanMoore''', [[http://www.theguardian.com/books/2011/jul/25/alan-moore-league-extraordinary-gentlemen Guardian interview]]

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->[[LeaningOnTheFourthWall A Wolverine appearance? How novel.]] Seriously, this is the third time I've run into you this week, Logan.
-->-- '''Iron Man''', ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}'' (written in 2005)

->'''[[Comicbook/{{Daredevil}} Matt Murdock]]:''' [Wolverine's] still an X-Man?\\
'''[[ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Steve Rogers]]:''' Yes.\\
'''Matt:''' ''And'' an Avenger?\\
'''Steve:''' When he can.
-->-- ''ComicBook/NewAvengers'' (written in 2005)

->'''Wolverine:''' Hey, I'm an X-Man and on two Avengers teams.\\
'''Mockingbird:''' Yeah, how the hell do you do that?\\
'''Wolverine:''' Multi-tasking. It's my mutant power. Don't tell anyone.
-->--''ComicBook/NewAvengers'' (written in 20''10'')

->'''Rictor:''' Some unexpected showed up at the front door... you'll never guess who.\\
'''Wolfsbane:''' Aw, God...\\
'''Shattershar:''' God?\\
'''Rictor:''' Uhm... no.\\
'''Shatterstar:''' ''Music/JustinBieber''?\\
'''Rictor:''' No, it's not...\\
'''Shatterstar:''' ComicBook/{{Wolverine}}?\\
'''Rictor:''' Holy crap.\\
'''Wolfsbane:''' How did ye know?\\
'''Shatterstar:''' Well, he tends to be ''everywhere''. Not as much as Justin Bieber, but still...
-->-- ''ComicBook/XFactor'' #230

->'''Wolverine:''' Wait up, [[CanadaEh eh!]] ''*pant pant pant pant*'' Whew!\\
'''Cyclops:''' Did you find Jean?\\
'''Wolverine:''' No, I just ran here from helping Team C in Europe!
-->-- '''Floating Hands Studios''', summing it up nicely in ''[[http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/219810 Dark Phoenix Rising]]''

->'''Wolverine:''' Stay on topic, bub! This movie's about ''me''!\\
'''[[Comicbook/{{Watchmen}} Rorschach]]:''' Weren't ''all'' the ''Film/XMen'' movies about you?
-->-- ''WebVideo/ImAMarvelAndImADC'', [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1n3VSw1XBOo "Wolverine and Watchmen"]]

->'''Cyclops:''' Since when are you in the Avengers anyway, Wolverine?\\
'''Wolverine:''' I was getting bored only being on three teams while having my own solo adventures. Ya know a guy's gotta live a little!
-->-- '''Floating Hands Studios''' again putting it very succinctly in ''House of M, Part 1''

->He's in EVERY BOOK. I think he just joined the JLA, and for some reason he's in the revised Penguin edition of ''Literature/LittleDorrit''.
-->-- '''Creator/JossWhedon''' on Wolverine, ''SFX Magazine'' interview, 2006

->He's the best there is at what he does, and what he does is make gratuitous guest appearances.
-->-- [[Wiki/TFWikiDotNet The Transformers Wiki]] [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Wolverine on Wolverine]]

->'''Mike:''' ''Wolverine'', or ''Film/TheWolverine'', is the second attempt to make a movie just about Wolverine. Except for [[Film/XMen the first three X-Men movies]] ''[snaps fingers]''\\
'''Jay:''' Oh, ''snap!'' Oh no he di'int!
-->-- ''WebVideo/HalfInTheBag''

->''"In a world full of other cool X-Men, meet Wolverine. For the seventh [[PrecisionFStrike fucking]] time!”''
-->-- '''WebVideo/HonestTrailers''' for ''Film/XMenDaysOfFuturePast''

->I knew that the recent ''Wolverine'' flick didn't perform at the box office as well as had been hoped, but does he really merit banishment to the ''Spider-Man'' newspaper strip? That seems like [[CoolAndUnusualPunishment an extreme punishment.]]
-->-- '''Blog/TheComicsCurmudgeon''' [[http://joshreads.com/?p=3176 on]] ''ComicStrip/TheAmazingSpiderMan''

->'''Chris''': I actually do like the way the twist plays out with Magneto’s target turning out to be Rogue. As ''X-Men'' fans, we’re kind of conditioned to expect everything to revolve around Wolverine, and I like that Singer and Hayter [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall play off of that here.]] Even the characters are surprised when it’s not about that dude for once.\\
'''Matt:''' Yeah, Professor X seems to be apologizing to Wolverine that something was about someone other than him, like Wolverine signed a superstar contract or something.
-->-- '''Comics Alliance''' [[http://comicsalliance.com/comicsalliance-reviews-x-men-2000-part-two/ on]] the ''Film/XMen'' film series

-> "[[Theatre/LesMiserables Do you hear the Wolverine]]?\\
Finally finished with the fight.\\
All of his stabbing of the people\\
Who do not know wrong from right.\\
Of all the Mutants and their worth\\
There is a man that never dies.\\
Seventeen years of X-Men\\
And now he’s cutting ties.\\
[...]\\
Will you forget [[Film/XmenFilmSeries X2]]?\\
How many [[ContinuitySnarl Last stands]] will there be?\\
We tried to make X-Men Origins,\\
But, just got more wolverine."
-->-- '''WebVideo/HowItShouldHaveEnded''', ''Film/{{Logan}}'' Hishe

->Seriously, how f**king hilarious and sad is it that Superman dies twice and then gets shot by Franchise/{{Batman}} in his own ''Best-Of'' collection? At this point, I literally feel bad for a fictional character for how hard they are s**tting on his birthday cake. Listen, DC: ''I’m'' allowed to like Batman more than Superman. ''You'' should at least try to [[TheUnfavourite pretend you love them both.]]
-->-- '''Chris Sims''', [[http://comicsalliance.com/superman-a-celebration-of-75-years-review-dc/ "What DC's 'Superman - A Celebration of 75 Years' Says About Their Character"]]

->At the time, even young me was old enough to be getting fed up with Marvel and DC. Around then [[ComicBook/TheCloneSaga the Clone Saga]] was happening in Spider-man, and my young mind was struggling with the concept that they really [[ArcFatigue didn’t have any kind of decent plan for this thing]], as was becoming increasingly obvious as it ground on. They were just gonna keep pumping this shit out until people stopped buying it, and then they’d put Carnage or {{ComicBook/Venom}} on a cover and people would buy it again.
-->-- '''[[http://www.rickworley.com/2012/06/13/todd-mcfarlane-douchebags-of-comics/ Rick Worley]]'''

->Maybe Worf was an ambassador for a year and then got bored. Y'see, each movie, the reason for Worf being there gets less and less important. First, he's on the ''Defiant'' and [[Film/StarTrekFirstContact is beamed over in battle]]. Then he's, um... was [[Film/StarTrekInsurrection at a conference...?]] Or somethin'? Now he's just there, and don't ask why. If they don't care, ''I'm'' not gonna care!
-->--- '''WebVideo/RedLetterMedia''' on ''Film/StarTrekNemesis''

->It seems the only goal here was to shove Worf into the story by any means necessary. Much like Worf’s appearances in every TNG movie.
-->-- '''Website/TheAgonyBooth''' on [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine "Shattered Mirror"]]

->Wrestling/HulkHogan has to be ''on every single major angle.'' He's in the {{Wrestling/Sting}}-Wrestling/{{Kevin Nash}} thing; he's in the [[{{Wrestling/ECW}} EV 2.0]]-Dixie Carter thing; and now, he's in the {{Wrestling/Fortune}}-Dixie Carter thing. So he's in, like, three major angles. Hogan tells backstage to "back off" for tonight, because he wants ''his'' guys to beat up Fortune. And [[Wrestling/TommyDreamer Dreamer]], being the '''''Extreme''''' dude that he is--the '''''Innovator of Violence'''''--says [-"yes, sir."-]
-->--'''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Noah Antwiler]]''' [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74DmENyMaAw#t=1670s on]] ''{{Wrestling/TNA}} [=iMPACT=]'' 8.26.10

->--And yes that means that Thor shows up to help! AND LOKI!
->--Loki's a huge character! He's been in THREE different movies so far. Three!
->--He's only in our comic for a couple pages though.
-->-- The solicitation for ''ComicBook/TheUnbeatableSquirrelGirl'' vol 1 #8

->But I can definitely tell you one thing is true that’s tied into [the critique that DC was trying to make everything like Batman]: Franchise/{{Batman}} oversaturation. During one of my ''[[ComicBook/TheCloneSaga Clone Saga]]'' reviews, I mentioned that there was a point when there were FOUR ComicBook/SpiderMan books. Well apparently, [[Creator/DCComics DC]] thought they didn’t embrace that [[MemeticMutation 'hold my beer' meme]] and [[UpToEleven upped the ante]]. FOUR Batman titles: ''Batman'', ''Batman: The Dark Knight'', ''Batman and Robin'', and ''Detective Comics''; TWO ComicBook/JusticeLeague [[ComicBook/JusticeLeagueInternational books]] where he was supposed to be a member of TWO different teams; and SEVEN books featuring Batman [[SpinOff spin-off]] characters, either in a title role or as part of a team. Fortunately, I’m pretty sure that this has been cut back a bit in recent times with ''[[ComicBook/DCRebirth Rebirth]]'' and the years following the ComicBook/New52’s launch, but CRIMINEY! A FOURTH of the 52 books consisted of Batman, or Batman peripherals. Not to diminish those individual characters or anything like that, but once upon a time, you COULD actually keep track of a continuity of books and have a timeline of events for a character. Nowadays? Good luck figuring out [[ContinuitySnarl where the hell any particular story falls in relation to others]]. THIS is [[ContinuityLockOut one of those issues of continuity nightmares that discourages new readers]].
-->--'''[[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]''' [[http://atopthefourthwall.com/batman-the-dark-knight-1-3/ on]] the use of this trope when it comes to Batman during the New 52 and the consequences of using said trope with comic books in general
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