Hey everyone. Technically this isn't your "run-o-the-mill" versus thread, but just allow me some time to explain myself. Now there are literally dozens of future versions of Wolverine, but the question I want to pose is this: Is there a general consensus as to how Wolverine's body will hold up 50, 100, 200, 300, or 400 years from now? If memory serves the best I've seen him look after 150 years was during Grant Morrison's "Here Comes Tomorrow Arc" from ten years back. He looks exactly the same even though he was about 260 years old at the time. The worse I've seen him look in terms of aging was in Wolverine: The End and he was only about 210 years old. So how do most of you think Wolverine will do against time? Will he remain youthful for centuries then age normally after some time, or will his aging process mirror a human one? For example, it is often said that Logan is in his prime, despite being over 100+ years old. Let's equate that to 30 in human years. The life expectancy of Canadian male right now is 78.68 years. I guess you could subtract some years from that considering that Wolverine often smokes and abuses alcohol (but then wouldn't his his healing factor nullify the effects of drug abuse?). Anyway, when we multiply 120 years (his current age) by 2.6 (30 x 2.6 = 78), we get 312. Could this be his max. lifespan? Sorry for the ridiculously long post. Hope you can help me figure this out.