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|Aliases||Wolverine, Logan, Patch|
|Relatives||Thomas Logan (father, deceased), John Howlett Sr. (step-father, deceased), Elizabeth Howlett (mother, deceased), John Howlett Jr. (maternal half-brother, presumed deceased), Dog Logan (paternal half-brother), Itsu Akihiro (wife, deceased), Akihiro (Daken) (son), Erista (son), James Hudson (Guardian) (maternal first cousin once removed), Laura Kinney (X-23) (gene receiver)|
|Weight||195 lbs; 300 lbs (with Adamantium)|
James Howlett was a member of the X-Men.
Wolverine's life began in Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada, sometime between 1882 and 1885, a couple of weeks before the 19th of April. The mutant who would come to be known simply as "Logan" was born James Howlett, the illegitimate son of Elizabeth Howlett (who was married to John Howlett, owner of a large estate) and the Howletts' grounds-keeper, Thomas Logan. As a boy, James was notably frail and prone to bouts of allergic attacks. He was largely neglected by his mother, who had been institutionalized for a time following the death of her first son, John Jr., in 1897. James was constantly under the pressure of his grandfather, Mr. Howlett, who believed that James required constant punishment by a strong hand, in order to be raised properly. "Firm, but fair," was what Mr. Howlett said to justify his abusive actions.