While Logan didn’t elaborate on the grisly details of his Adamantium poisoning, it can be surmised that Wolverine’s very long and brutal life taxed his healing factor to its limits. … With that, Logan died from his fatal injuries and Hugh Jackman moved on from his role as Wolverine.
It’s not until much later in the film that we learn why, exactly, Logan is so sick: the Adamantium in his body is poisoning him. For those of you who don’t know, Adamantium is metal put into Wolverine’s body during Project X — it’s what makes his claws so darn effective.
(X-Men Origins: Wolverine) Stryker and the Weapon X team then proceeded to inject the adamantium into the skeleton and bone claws of Wolverine, making him nigh-indestructible. … However, by 2029, Logan’s healing powers were weakened, thus the metal began to poison Logan’s body, leaving him in a state of constant pain.
Rictor uses his powers to flip a truck onto X-24, but he frees himself and impales Logan on a large tree branch. Laura loads Logan’s revolver with the adamantium bullet and shoots X-24 in the head, killing him.
They genetically modified corn syrup that is in everything has mutant power dampening capabilities which is why there has been no mutants naturally born in such a long time. Logan is weak because his healing factor has been almost totally eliminated by the GMO’s but he still has an adamantium skeleton and adamantium is …
They are both fictional metals in the Marvel comics universe, with vibranium until now only featured in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and adamantium on featured in the Marvel Fox Studios X-Men movies. I would suggest the defining difference is that adamantium is a manufactured alloy and vibranium is a natural metal.
Since Erik’s on their side now, he ( Magneto) uses his power to take whatever adamantiums remaining and use that to coat Wolverines bone claws. So he gets adamantium-coated claws.
Using an adamantium bullet will have only one effect – it would be able to pierce the adamantium coated on his skeleton which normal bullets can’t. But eventually he will recover.
It’s uncertain how long Wolverine, from Marvel Comics X-men, would live if he didn’t have an adamantium coated skeleton. He could possibly be functionally immortal, with his healing factor halting his aging. Meaning that he could be killed, with great difficulty, but would not die from old age.
Hugh Jackman denied rumors he’d return as Wolverine in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, saying it’s in his past. And that’s the right decision. Hugh Jackman has denied rumors that he’d return as Wolverine in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and he’s right to stay away.
The mutation that makes Wolverine worthy of the X-Men is that his cells regenerate at incredible speeds. He ages at a snail’s pace, he can re-grow parts of limbs and organs after serious injury, and he is basically impervious to infection and disease. Until now.
The mutants and the X-Men are nearly all gone by the events of Logan. Charles Xavier explains that it’s been 25 years since a mutant was born, and between Pierce and Dr. Rice, they explain that a corn syrup was engineered to wipe out any new mutant births.
By the end of Logan, the long-suffering mutant’s depleted healing factor could no longer save him and after a life of pain he was ready for the end to come at last. With that, Logan died from his fatal injuries and Hugh Jackman moved on from his role as Wolverine.
Norse mythology and Marvel Comics tell us that Mjolnir is composed of “uru metal,” forged ages ago by the blacksmith Etri in the heart of a dying star. Presumably uru metal is magical in nature, and thus conveys the enchantment placed on it by Thor’s father, Odin.Nov 12, 2014
IT can handle magic, unlike vibranium. Although hela destroyed thors hammer which is made out of uru it’s still stronger than vibranium.
IIRC Mithril/Mithral was prized almost as much for its readiness to accept enchantment as it was for its durability and lightness. Adamantine weapons are usually harder than Mithril/Mithral ones but lack the ease of enchantment.
In its hardened state, the only thing that can cut or break through adamantium is another piece of adamantium that’s been heated. That was shown in The Wolverine when Silver Samurai cut Wolverine’s claws off with his heated adamantium blade.
A likely theory is that since Magneto and Xavier were on the same side at the end of The Wolverine is that Magneto rebonded adamantium to Wolverine’s bone claws to make him more effective against the Sentinels. An experimenter fused adimantium in logan’s body which gave him these metal claws .
Professor X died, but he was revived by an unknown third party. Professor X did not actually die, but faked his death for unknown reasons. A character wakes up, and realizes that X3 was all a nightmare. Marvel decided X3 was a bad movie and Highlander 2’d it out of continuity without explanation.
It would turn Wolverine’s brain to mush before it ruptured (a variation of what occurred when taking two Adamantium bullets to the head in X-Men Origins: Wolverine). But a bullet is made to penetrate, and a 9mm like the one fired at Wolverine is nowhere near what would be needed to knock him out cold.
During the 90’s event Fatal Attractions, the X-Men were forced to assault Magneto’s new asteroid base, Avalon when he attacked the earth with a large electromagnetic pulse. … By manipulating the adamantium that laced Wolverine’s skeleton, Magneto ripped the metal out of his body, almost tearing him apart in the process.
This proves that Wolverine is not able to live forever, even if his skeleton is composed of a virtually indestructible alloy. In “X-Men: Evolution” Wolverine was captured and fell from a plane and broke his arm. Despite being virtually indestructible, it took him a while before he fully recovered.
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