Since I started with Marvel yesterday and plan to continue with another iconic character, which instantly ring a bell, even if the person is not a comic book reader. I am talking about James “Logan” Howlett aka Wolverine. Astonishingly, compared to other Marvel characters Logan is a young one with a debut in October 1974, but managed to win over almost every single spot in an alternative Earth story line and his appearances number more than sixty. He is also the most appeared character outside comics with his own animated series, game and a movie, all dedicated to him. To me it seems that Wolverine is Marvel’s major money earner. I didn’t consider myself a Wolverine fan, because all issues I had read here and there showed a very animal like and aggressive man with little known about his past. After tackling the Origins series, however, I am more than interested in the character. Curious facts about Logan include that originally his claws were made from bone and throughout the years the various writers commissioned to write Wolverine stories re-imagined the healing factor in different ways. His healing factor at the beginning started at just above human regeneration skin to evolve into a power that could replace missing tissue in a manner of seconds, rendering him immortal. Cool, eh?