The latest premium wired controller in Razer’s arsenal is a $160 beast with three different kinds of swappable thumbsticks, two directional pads, six remappable triggers and buttons and a band of multicolored LED for flavor. It’s called the Wolverine Ultimate, after the angry weasel.
Laura Kinney isn’t as unhinged as the alternate reality version of the man she was cloned from. She’s not killing dudes before they actually do anything wrong. No, the woman who’s slashing bad guys up as Wolverine has a different psychological tic: she keeps throwing herself into danger without a care.
Wolverine can heal pretty much any physical wound he suffers. But the emotional ones? Not so much.
The guy who was Wolverine for decades of Marvel Comics’ publishing history is dead. The new Wolverine—a female clone of Logan also known as X-23—is a stone-cold killer just like him. But she needs to figure out how to be something more.
Ever wonder what it would be like if Captain America beat the crap outta Ash from Pokemon? Or what if Thor fought Master Chief?
Don't have the time or willpower to sit through X-Men, X2: X-Men United, X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, The Wolverine, X-Men: First Class and X-Men: Days of Future Past? Here's everything you really need to know about the franchise in about two minutes forty-five seconds.
The only film in the X-Men saga I didn't see in theaters might not have been had I known about the heavy reliance of Jean Grey hallucinations. Let's see what else The Wolverine messed up, courtesy of Cinema Sins.
"We didn't need an entire Origins movie to know that sensitive Logan is boring"
Cats can be meddlesome on their own — they scratch things, destroy couches and get just about everywhere you don't want them to. Now imagine if they had Adamantium claws.
How this crossover is possible, I don't know. That's not the important part, people. What you should be asking is, who would win in this mash-up by Aaron Shoenke? The actual answer may surprise you.
Seeing as how it’s an unbreakable metal, the adamantium that laces Wolverine’s bones is probably hella expensive. But, cripes, it costs a whole hell of a lot more now.
Being a damn-near immortal killing machine comes with a lot of angst. Friends die, people stab you and those claws hurt every single time they pop out of your forearms. So it’s understandable that Wolverine screams a lot. Want to see every time actor Hugh Jackman screams in the movies featuring the iconic, Canadian…
Wolverine. Logan. The sexiest X-Man. His claws are legend. He rides a motorcycle. And he's oh-so fashionable.
Clearly, every superhero needs a power glove. Or something.
Being a superhero seems so glamorous. There are the outfits, the universe saving, and the crime fighting. But in Hong Kong, the lives of superheroes seem so normal.
As far as comic book heroes go, Wolverine is rather innocuous. Big claws. Awesome sideburns. Nothing really offensive about him—well, save for the surly attitude and the slicing people in half.
As Sonaje starts playing the Street Fighter II intro on guitar, you might think this is just another boring video of some guy playing the Zelda theme on violin, or the Mario theme on a tamborine, or whatever.
With new company Stark Resilient suffering super villain-related growing pains, Tony Stark has cut back on his Christmas spending, but that doesn't mean Wolverine isn't getting a gift any claw-carrying mutant should love. As seen in Deadpool MAX #3.
The X-Men's resident badass Wolverine sure plays a mean pinball, and fans can too when Zen Studios unleashes four Marvel-themed pinball tables for Pinball FX next week on Xbox Live Arcade.