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wolverine's skeleton | New Sideshow Weapon X Wolverine Skeleton

wolverine's skeleton | New Sideshow Weapon X Wolverine Skeleton

From the official handball of the Marvel Universe - Wolverine's Skeleton.

From the official handball of the Marvel Universe - Wolverine's Skeleton.

Wolverine’s skeleton with mechanical drawings by Eliot R. Brown and art by John Byrne, Frank Miller and Josef Rubinstein from The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #15 (1984) remastered by The Marvel Project.

Wolverine’s skeleton with mechanical drawings by Eliot R. Brown and art by John Byrne, Frank Miller and Josef Rubinstein from The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #15 (1984) remastered by The Marvel Project.

Wolverine with bone claws. When Magneto ripped the Adamantium off of Wolverine's skeleton in X-Men #25 (1993), it was revealed the next month, in Wolverine #75 (1993) that Wolverine, in fact, had bone claws, and that the claws must have been a part of his mutation, all along. Previously, Logan was under the belief that the claws had been added by the Weapon X Project, as he had no memory of ever using them before his time in the Weapon X project.

Wolverine with bone claws. When Magneto ripped the Adamantium off of Wolverine's skeleton in X-Men #25 (1993), it was revealed the next month, in Wolverine #75 (1993) that Wolverine, in fact, had bone claws, and that the claws must have been a part of his mutation, all along. Previously, Logan was under the belief that the claws had been added by the Weapon X Project, as he had no memory of ever using them before his time in the Weapon X project.

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