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Exactly. In Spider-Man VS Wolverine, there was a point where Wolverine had his fist below Spidey's chin, ready to 'snikt' his claws right up into Spidey's skull. However, since Spidey had his hands wrapped around Wolverine's neck, ready to 'snap' it with his super strength (Spider-Man had ten times the strength of the average human being back then), Wolverine couldn't do anything. It was a stand off. They both knew there was nothing they could do without the risk of killing themselves, so they let eachother live.
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Okay, here's a little 'Wolverine 101'. I'm not the biggest know-it-all when it comes to him, but I was a huge Spidey fan back in the day, and my bro and I used to argue about this stuff all the time.
First of all, Wolverine's entire skeleton is covered with Adamantium. I may have spelled that wrong, but Adamantium is basically the strongest metal in the world, supposedly indestructible. This is why Magneto can control him; Magneto can manipulate metal. Therefore, Wolverine can drown, because having Adamantium bones ain't gonna help him there, and his neck can be snapped since the spinal cord can still be separated if the bones are moved out of place. You can't crush his spine, but you can break his spinal cords and that could kill him. Also, the regeneration stuff that a few others mentioned is true as well. If he was burned at a temperature higher than his regeneration rate, all that would be left would be his skeleton.
Is Woleverine and Dr. Doom similar? If the fantastic 4 defeated Dr. Doom, I dont see why nobody from x-men can't. It seems possible for wolverine to die. Could magneto just crush him into a ball?would that kill him?
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With the adamantium Wolverines powers are limited to accelerated healing, but when he lost it the Xavier protocols said the only way to kill him is to decapitate him and move his head far enough from his body, because it would somehow reattach itself. Snapping his neck with the metal isn't possible is it? It would also to hard to make him bleed to death as the wounds would keep closing. Drowning him, launching him into space, suffocating him, burning him to ash, a power neutralizer (he would die from adamantium poisoning) would most likely do him in, as well as a very powerful focused psi-blast to incinerate his brain, but he might be able to regenerate brain tissue.
first off thats age of apoc. not normal universe. in normal universe scot could never of done that.
also wolverine can grow back limbs at least night crawler father who is the devil thinks so and he thought it would only take him seconds minuts tops.
also in wolverine 32 written by mark miller he survives having his head cut off and that way harder to heal then a arm.
also is this thread killing wolverine or killing him for good?
becuase yes u can kill him, but a lot of the times he won't stay dead. now if u mean killing him for good yes u could possable to do it, but the effort it would take would be extreme
as long as adamantium is present in his bones, he is virtually unbreakable. wolverine in age of apocalyspe is not consistent with the normal wolverine, i believe that there is a connection in his joints that his holding his bones together curse if it was just normal cartilage/tendon/ligaments, it would have ripped off when he fought power house guys like hulk, namor, thing, etc. the only way that one can be satisfied from wolverines death is if there is no flesh on his bones. all his flesh/blood etc ripped off his skeleton, burnt to the very last, absolutely no flesh remaining, then he is considered dead.
Didn't he regenerate from that drop of blood, because that drop of blood hit some sort of magical crystal. Rather than it just splatting on the floor and growing into a new Logan. Also about the psi blast frying the mind, it would depend on how much of the mind was fried if it was completely obliterated then there would be little to no chance of recovery if only minor areas unrelated to his powers were damaged initially its feasible that the brain tissue would be repaired by his healing factor. His healing factor is already theorised to have an effect on his mental state, it is a common theory that is at least in part responsible for his amnesia "Scabbing" over events that harm him both mentally and physically. However this is yet to be specifically stated or any conclusive proof offered.
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there was a comic book was released about six years ago called wild things and i dont know if its still out there but in this book every one from x-men and avengers were dead! even that guy from fantastic four the one who can powers can stretch! well in this comic book wolverine was dead he had a block of cement under him and like big ass cement block on top of him which pretty much squished him!!