Wolverine Enemies

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A long-lived mutant with the rage of a beast and the soul of a Samurai, James "Logan" Howlett's past is filled with blood, war, and betrayal. Possessing an accelerated healing factor, enhanced senses, and bone claws in his hands that, along with his skeleton, are coated in adamantium, Wolverine is the ultimate weapon.

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  • A mutant "gifted" with the ability to turn into ice cream, Eye-Scream was often ridiculed by humans and mutants alike for his ridiculous power.

  • Though a member of Magneto's Acolytes, Cortez often rebelled against him, and was finally killed by Magneto.

  • Failsafe Protocol Omega was built by Soteira as the final solution to the Revelation problem. The bomb she needed for Failsafe Protocol Omega was stolen from the lair of the Dark Beast. A member of Failsafe Protocol 003 activated Omega because the probability that Revelation had already reached the general populace was up to 98%. Omega's warhead was activated and it started its flight through the tunnels. On its way it passed Wolverine and the Punisher and didn't attack them because its prime directive was to eliminate Revelation. Omega found Revelation and she mistook it for an angel. Omega attacked her and the Punisher saved Revelation from it, but Omega still functioned. He attacked Revelation again and activated the 20 second countdown for its warhead. Wolverine and the Punisher took it apart. The Punisher removed the bomb and sent it through his coat's portal to heaven. Revelation still died of the injuries caused by Omega's attacks on her.

  • Famine battled X-Force several times alongside the other Final Horsemen of Apocalypse. He first fought Archangel on the Blue Area of the Moon and caused him severe damage. Though Apocalypse is defeated Warren recruits him as part of his own Horsemen. Fantomex, Deathlok and Deadpool managed to kill Death and capture Famine. Deathlok tortured him enucleating his eyes and making him to confess location of ArchangelĀ“s headquarters. He managed to escape by tapping his fingers against his chair causing an "audible cancer" to E.V.A., then he killed Blob (Earth 295) while he was trying to affect Deadpool but Wolverine appeared and amputated his forearms with his claws. Finally Wolverine pushed him over a building.

  • Fang briefly fights the X-Men when the Imperial Guard was ordered by the mad emperor D'ken to take them out. After his first battle against Wolverine and the X-Men, Fang rips Wolverine's suit and then Wolverine uses his suit instead. After that Wolverine starts using his new brown and yellow suit. Later Fang was killed by Wolverine when the Brood infected his body.

  • Fantomex is a highly evolved and technologically advanced mutate, developed by the Weapon Plus program. He is highly cunning, skilled in misdirection, and has a ship that is an extension of his nervous system named E.V.A.

  • Father is the architect of Weapon Infinity. He is also responsible for seeding the Deathlok wave in all realities to capture the World and kill Fantomex.

  • President Felix Guillermo Caridad was the ruler of Tierra Verde. Caridad achieved his political power through military success, anti-communist politics, and a personal fortune from the traffic of cocaine. Caridad had made certain alliances within the United States government, who assisted him in defeating a rebel force within Tierra Verde via the temporary loaning of Nuke. Caridad was impressed by Nuke's efficacy, and sought such a warrior for his own use. He commissioned Geist to develop such a warrior for him, which resulted in his obtaining the cocaine of el Jardin del Rey, and Roughouse as her first test subject. Caridad coerced his estrange wife to use her healing powers to help palliate the effects of the cocaine by destroying her mission village, and promising to allow her to see her long-lost son, Palo. Caridad convinced Palo to allow himself to be subjected to the cocaine in the hopes of becoming Tierra Verde's new hero. Wolverine interfered in the experiment, resulting in Caridad himself being exposed to the largest amount of the cocaine. Caridad, maddened by the cocaine, unloaded the rest of the supply into himself in an effort to become the hero he had sought in others. This massive collection of the cocaine allowed Spore to reform itself within Caridad and to consume his body, killing him.

  • Fetish was a clairvoyant and possessed magical powers which she used in many different ways. She was one of the lower leaders of the Coven.Fetish located Kayla still being on the island and told Blood Shadow that Kayla gave her sacrificial mark to somebody else. She then asked Vex what he saw in the intestines of the fallen Coven assassin and listened to his words. Fetish opposed Wolverine when he tried to steal the Tear of Heaven together with Satyr and Vex. She was ordered to finish Wolverine and used Flames of the Faltine to do so. Wolverine was burning and threw Vex against Fetish to stop her. It worked and Fetish was on the ground. Fetish watched Wolverine and Cyber fighting in their cell on a monitor. She held a remote control for the cameras in her hand. Later she stood in front of Blood Shadow when he began the ritual to summon the Dark Age. Fetish, Vex and Satyr were ordered by Blood Shadow to stop Cyber and Wolverine from fleeing. She got the burnt body of Satyr out of the acid after Wolverine and Cyber got away and used her magic to save his life. She now wanted revenge for the near death state of Satyr which wasn't part of their plan and asked Blood Shadow and Vex to bring the heads of Cyber and Wolverine. She stayed behind with Satyr when the Coven attacked the Temple of the Sun.

  • Mariann Howlett is the daughter of Wolverine and a unnamed woman. Not much is known about their relationship apart that they had a child. Fire Knives was recruited by a powerful organization called the Red Right Hand that has a personal vendetta against Wolverine. She took the name of Fire Knives due to her weapon of choice, special knives that emit heat and appear to be on fire. She then joined the team lead by Gunhawk dubbed the "Mongrels". The team was created to eliminate Wolverine's friends, family and ex-girlfriends. Fire Knives and the team found and attacked Wolverine but he killed them all individually. It was only after the battle that Wolverine found out that Fire Knives and the rest of the Mongrels were his children, which devastated him. Wolverine then dragged their bodies to the graves of their mothers and buried them together.

  • Firelord came into conflict with Wolverine and the X-Men after he was tricked by Erik the Red.

  • Member of the Black Dragon Death Squad.

  • Francesca Trask, aka Fiend, is a member of the X-Terminated and daughter of Bolivar Trask.

  • Frederick cheated on his wife with his secretary, Caitlyn MacDonald, who gave birth to his son, Frederick Hudson Jr. She named her after his father to spite him because he would not leave his wife for her and committed suicide two days later. It is unknown what happened to him afterwards but his legacy still lives. He is the uncle of Wolverine, grandfather to Truett Hudson, James Hudson, Victor Hudson, and great-grandfather of Guardian.

  • A former freelance mercenary that worked for Apocalypse, Frenzy joined Magneto as a member of the Acolytes and served as ambassador of Genosha. She recently joined the X-Men after the Age of X.

  • Francois LeBlanc was the first Frog-Man and an original member of the Ani-Men. He is a batrachanthrope (Were-Frog) or frog/human hybrid.

  • Wanted for several murders in the upper world, Fugue was a member or the tribe of Morlocks led by Carver. Despite being unable to determine right from wrong, NYPD Lieutenant Tara Curson was hellbent on making the creature pay for it's crimes. That was when she enlisted the help of Spider-man and Wolverine. Going underground and finding Carver's Morlocks, Wolverine challenged Carver to a fight for leadership of the tribe. After Wolverine managed to injure Carver, Fugue attacked Wolverine and accidentally fell into the chasm beneath their fight location. Spider-man managed to catch Fugue with his webbing, momentarily saving the angry beast. After a series of earthquakes however, Spider-man's webbing snapped and Fugue fell down the chasm to his supposed death. He has not been heard from since.

  • Galactus is the famed "Devourer of Worlds" in the Marvel Universe. His powers are nearly omnipotent. He has appointed a number of entities as his Heralds, imbuing them with the Power Cosmic. He uses energy from the core of planets and universal sources to sustain himself.

  • Gambit is personally targeted by Wolverine during the X-Men's assault on Mister Sinister's Antarctic base. After being tortured by Wolverine, Gambit reveals that Cable has the baby before Sinister manages to regain the advantage and drive the X-Men off with Gambit later revealed not to be harmed. Later, as Bishop attempts to kill the baby (after immobilizing Cable), Gambit and several of the Marauders quickly stop him with Gambit bringing a section of the ceiling down on Bishop. Knowing the X-Men will arrive in moments, the Marauders depart with the baby, but not before Gambit ponders what could make Bishop turn on the X-Men.

  • The Self proclaimed sun god of the Savage Land

  • While working with A.I.M., Kane came to blows with Wolverine and Alpha Flight.

  • Gauntlet is an Inhuman outcast who worked for Genesis.

  • Gaza was one of Magneto's first Savage Land Mutates.

  • Wolverine would come into conflict with Geist during his attempt to save Roughouse.

  • General Coy is a crime boss in Madripoor.

  • Wolverine played game of cards with Claymore, upping the stakes so that the rich crime boss ups the stakes triple or nothing. Logan plays on the man's pride until he wins, and agrees to let Logan take whatever he wants. Logan recalls back to that night in Japan six days previously when he returned to the home of Bando Saburo to find him and his wife dead and the bowl stolen. Logan asks for two things: the bowl, and the name of the man who provided it to him. Angry about this, Claymore orders his men into the room and tells Logan that the man who gave him the bowl was Masaki Weston and then charges at him. Wolverine insulting his gambling ability and steps out of the way sending Claymore smashing through the window of his high rise home and falling to his death on the ground below. With their leader dead, Logan points out to the hired thugs that they were no longer paid thugs the moment their boss hit the pavement, and surprisingly the men drop their weapons and allow Patch to leave unmolested.

  • A member of Department K. Clarke brainwashed Alpha Flight to battle with Wolverine.

  • General Meltdown was a Havok and Wolverine enemy. A former Soviet general, his body could absorb massive amounts of radiation and release them in the form of destructive blasts. Wolverine and Meltdown fought savagely and in battle Logan unsheathed his claws and then killed Meltdown.

  • Tyler Dayspring was born in an alternate future era ruled by the eternal mutant Apocalypse. He is the son of Cable. Wolverine killed his.

  • In 1941, Captain America, Wolverine, Ivan Petrovich and Natasha Alianovna asked Geoffrey Sydenham for help, but he was actually a traitor who was allied with Baron Strucker. He took them as prisoners, believing the true destiny of the United States was to join with Germany in an Aryan hegemony against communism. He was eventually defeated and went to jail on charges of treason and sedition

  • Hulk, Wolverine, Spider-Man and Ghost Rider battled Giganto and the Mole Man.

  • Glob was a student at Xavier's mansion and a member of the Omega Gang under the leadership of Quentin Quire.

  • Goat-Faced Girl used her powers to disable Wolverine's healing factor, allowing the mind-controlled Thor to knock him unconscious with Mjolnir. She escaped along with the other S-Men and the Red Skull after the tide of the battle was turned on the favor of the heroes.

  • Goddess is the 'pure' and 'good' part of Adam Warlock when he expelled good and evil from his soul.

  • Gom is the brother of Haan Kaishek, the head of Clan Kaishek. Gom hates his brother, and blackmails Wolverine into killing Haan.

  • The Gorgon proved to be a much worthy opponent for Wolverine before Wolverine caused the Gorgon to see his own reflection in Wolverine's admantium claws during battle turning him to stone.

  • Goro was a Yakuza agent and the right-hand man of Dai-Kumo. He could only be killed by the blade of a dead man. He managed to kill Wolverine and buried him. But the dead man revived and his blades did kill Goro.

  • Gotteskrieger is a rich fascist who operates alongside the terrorist group Axis Mundi. He is the lover of Warrior Woman and formerly usurped the Master Man identity from the original World War II villain.

  • Son of Sabretooth and Mystique, Graydon Creed developed a deep hatred of mutants due to both his parents abandoning him as a child after he was born human. As he grew older, he became a member of anti-mutant hate groups such as The Purifiers and Friends of Humanity.

  • The Gremlin wore the Titanium Man armor for a brief time as a member of the Soviet Super Soldiers. He came into conflict with various members of the Avengers and the X-Men when the Soviet Union wanted to take Magneto in for crimes committed in the past.

  • Grey King was a synthetic copy of a mutant educator named Addison Falk, created by Cerebro. He is a member of Cerebro's X-Men.

  • John Horton was a petty crook who was changed by a scientist working for the Secret Empire organization.

  • To earn some money Griz became a fighter in an illegal fight club. After slaying several dogs, the hillbillies he worked for, found him a bigger challenge and caught Wolverine in a bar, restraining him with a depowering restraining collar. Wolverine decapitated Griz and escaped after Griz accidentally crushed the collar during combat.

  • William Downing is the son of Wolverine and a Canadian woman Dolores Downing. Not much is known about the relationship apart that they had a child. William Downing was raised by his mother who died of old age. William Downing was recruited by a powerful organization called the Red Right Hand that has a personal vendetta against Wolverine.

  • From Mongolia, Haan is the head of Clan Kaishek. His brother is Gom. Gom has Yukio and Amiko held hostage, and will release them only if Wolverine will murder Haan.

  • Beast, Wolverine, Rogue and Gambit come rescue Cyclops and Jean Grey after they were held captive by Mr. Sinister and the Nasty Boys. Hairbag disorients Wolverine when he spews a lethal gas from his mouth and is ready to sink his teeth into him. Beast saves his teammate when he kicks Hairbag in the jaw.

  • Wolverine helped the New avengers to battle with The Hydra Super-Agents when they were set loose on New York City.

  • Wolverine helped Mana Yanowa defeat her sister Hana when Hana was possessed by the demon Ryuki.

  • Hardcase, Battleaxe, and Shotgun took an assignment from the DEA to infiltrate General Nguyen Ngoc Coy's organization in a failed attempt to destroy Coy's major opium crop in the Indochinese "Golden Triangle." During this operation, the Harriers clashed with Wolverine.[

  • Inhuman, Who possesses the ability to teleport and control machinery.

  • Harpoon is a member of the team of mutant hunters known as the Marauders.

  • The Black Bishop of the Hellfire Club in New York, capable of manipulating the mass of any object or person. Leland died of a heart attack and was later resurrected as a zombie by Black Talon.

  • Paramedic Harry Palmer became infected with a Brood Queen egg. A sad character consumed by the alien growing inside him, Harry lost control of himself. Harry Palmer and his partner Josey become the leaders of the pack and eventually attacked the X-men. Josey also infects Hannah Connover in hope of her using her preacher husband's traveling congregation to make even more Broodlings. During the final battle, Harry is finally laid to rest, when the alien is killed by Wolverine, who believed that Harry had already died the moment he became infected.The rest of Harry's Brood were also killed by the X-Men, who resolved that the human hosts were simply beyond saving.

  • When Wolverine comes back to the club where he has almost went berserk after meeting Winsor the night before, Harry attacks Wolverine. Wolverine realizes something is controlling Harry so he tries to reason with him. Harry doesn't listen and attacks. Wolverine cuts off Harry's limbs leaving him a torso and a ranting head. After dealing with Madcap Wolverine throws Harry's ranting head in the sewer.

  • Harvester is a member of the Assassins Guild and part of the team Bella Donna sent to kill Kaine and the Wolverine.

  • Hate Monger is the name adopted by Adolf Hitler's consciousness throughout multiple cloned bodies. Armed with a gun that controls hatred, he wishes to plunge the world into racial purging. Hate-Monger has died several times, but his consciousness has always transferred itself to other bodies prolonging his existence.

  • Helix was leader of the team of extra-dimensional villains called the Twisted Sisters.

  • An extremely violent Morlock, Hemingway was a member of Gene Nation. He died, but was later briefly resurrected by Eli Bard & Selene via the Transmode Virus.

  • An enemy of the Agents of Atlas, and former comrade of Wolverine.

  • Herbert Landon quickly forms an alliance with the criminal mastermind the Kingpin, promising him an army of engineered mutants for his various criminal uses, although he never intended to fulfill his end of the bargain.His true motives lay in not just curing mutants but their complete destruction. Following the capture of his former colleague Hank McCoy he intends to destroy his former friend as his first test subject, but interference from Hobgoblin, Spider-Man and Wolverine foils his plans and results in his fall into the mutant destroying formula.

  • A geneticist from the 1930s who became obsessed with further evolution experiments which he used on himself. Depending on what he hopes to gain from whatever his current experiments are, he has been a force for the greater good, and for his own dark purposes.

  • The demon Hive possessed Wolverine's mind. As Wolverine, Hive attacked Christine Palmer and promised to kill as many peoples as it needed to get the Soulsword. Hive was defeated by Nightcrawler.

  • Holocaust is the son of Apocalypse and his horseman Famine who has opposed X-Force, the X-Men, the Exiles and the Avengers. He has acted as the heir of Apocalypse, a Herald of Onslaught and even a member of the Exiles.

  • Honest John, The Living Propaganda, is a member of The Red Skull's S-Men.

  • Horde battled Wolverine, Horde seemingly killed the feral mutant. However the blood of Wolverine falls on the crystal shard at the center of the citadel, resurrecting Wolverine and granting him enormous power. Wolverine uses his newfound power to defeat Horde and release the X-Men from the Citadels traps.

  • Horoam'ce is a goat-headed demon. It bonds with a human host to gain physical presence.

  • The Hulk is one of Wolverine's earliest enemies. Arguably the strongest being on Earth, the Incredible Hulk is usually thought of as a hero. However often that Hulk and Logan had worked together reluctantly, some of their encounters against each other were worth seeing. Though it may seem to be a major mismatch (Hulk is 7-6, 1100 lbs. while Wolverine is 5-3, 195 lbs.), Wolverine proves to be a very formidable opponent, battling the Hulk to a standstill.

  • Psychic Demon who feeds on Suffering and Misery

  • Wolverine saved the beast from a Hunter in the wilderness.

  • It's unclear whether the Huntsman of Zeus, who could hunt down Olympians for Zeus and summon mythological beings using his staff, was human or Olympian God in origin. He lost against The Champions.

  • Hurricane and other Dark Riders later captured Wolverine and attempted to revive Apocalypse. However, their plan failed when Wolverine rejected Cyber's adamantium, and in the ensuing explosion, Hurricane was killed by the shrapnel of adamantium.

  • Hybrid battled Wolverine and the X-Men.

  • An alternate reality Wolverine was murdered by King Hyperion.

  • Imak and his partner Ivan were assassins working for Prince Baran and General Nguyen Ngog Coy in Madripoor. They were ordered to kill Archie Corrigan, O'Donnel, Rose Wu and (presumably) other people connected with Wolverine. Wolverine gutted both assassins in revenge.

  • Mortigan Goth was made immortal by Mephisto 800 years ago.

  • Champion hired le Peregrine to capture the Lynx, who carried the Panacea drug, a cure to all known disease. Peregrine successfully obtained the Lynx, stealing her from both Wolverine and the Courier. When Wolverine and the Courier arrived and confronted le Peregrine, Champion's agents, the Fleshtones, attacked them all, until the Fleshtones were subdued by the newly arrived Black Widow. Champion's agents checked on the Fleshtones, bringing them before Champion himself, only to learn that they were actually being worn by Courier, Wolverine, and le Peregrine, the latter of which had been convinced to join forces with the former two. As the struggles caused his retreat to combust, Champion refused to allow the work for the cure to his condition to go up in flames, and he rushed into the fires after them. Champion survived the fire relatively unscathed and continued his search for the Lynx. Courier and le Peregrine infiltrated his costumed agents. Champion led his agents to the Antarctic Base of They, in search of either Lynx, or the Malaigent, from which he hoped to reverse engineer the cure for his condition. When Wolverine and the Widow disabled They's security system, Champion led his men to infiltrate the base. Finding Lynx alongside Wolverine, he attempted to take her by force, confronting Wolverine, but was knocked down by Courier and Peregrine, who ambushed him from behind. They unleashed their defenses, slaughtering Champion's agents, and Peregrine struggled to hold Champion himself.

  • Student at the Hellfire Academy who has insects living in her body.

  • Wolverine and Sue are not enemies in the real Universe. However, Sue Storm's most brutal defeat ever came at the hands of Wolverine in an Alternate Universe. In Universe 14850, had Wolverine spike Sue's feet with his deadly claws. The lovely blonde tried to stop Wolverine with a force bubble, but he quickly broke through and then he impaled Sue's fair head with his steel claws!

  • Iron Maniac of Earth-5012 battled Spider-Man, Wolverine, Captain America and Luke Cage but was only defeated after the sacrifice of rookie heroe Freedom Ring who kept Iron Maniac occupied long enough for Captain America to knock him out with a shield thrown at the back of his neck.

  • The Iron Monk teleported into the holding cells of the Tokyo Metropolitan police, Shinjuku district station, where Wolverine and the Pale Flower were being held. The priest calmed the guards by telling them he was there to chant a few sutras to ensure Wolverine's safe passage to the pure land. He then knocked the guards out and ripped the iron door off of Wolverine's cell. Wolverine was surprised when a rake of his claws failed to affect the Monk, who told him he could not be slain by any mortal hand or blade. Pale Flower's cell was shattered as well, but no weapon she or Wolverine used against the Monk did any good. Things looked grim for our heroes, when Yohei, the "button man for the Yashida Clan," who owed a debt to Wolverine showed up. Yohei gave Wolvie the Honor Sword of Clan Yashida. The Iron Monk stood there mocking Logan and was skewered by the Honor Sword, which was forged out of meteorite iron by a demon.

  • Wolverine had unfinished business with Jackie's grandfather and the battle carried over to Jackie.

  • Jahf is a guardian of the M'Kraan Crystal.

  • Jake Fury takes over the role of Scorpio and battles Wolverine and Nick Fury.

  • Right-hand man of Sally, a mobster from Venice Beach who had several run-ins with Wolverine and his robotic doppelganger, Albert.

  • John Howlett is a mutant and is the older brother of Wolverine. Wolverine killed John in one conflict. When Logan's claws impaled John through the chest, John told Wolverine that he was glad that it had happened this way but that he wished he had more time to tell him about Rose. With his last breath, John told Logan that he had always been so proud of him.

  • Paramedic Josey Thomas became infected with a Brood egg by her partner Harry Palmer. She later implanted Hannah Connover with a Brood Queen egg and used her congregations to recruit more Brood.

  • Wolverine battled Juggernaut numerous time.

  • Child genius who killed his father to take over his weapon manufacturing company during the Schism event. He is the new Black King of the Hellfire club.

  • A deformed human that was born from a Hiroshima survivor. He grew hating the X-Men, since they are not as deformed as he is.

  • Kaidan is part of the Saurid race and much like Homo sapiens they have a Mutants branch within their society. Kaidan is part of the Hauk'ka who apear to be similar to the X-Men and is a Saurid counterpart to Jean Grey due both having Telepathy. Kaidan resides in the Savage Land with the rest of his people.

  • Kamal is a powerhouse member of the Acolytes with superhuman strength and icy hard skin.

  • Wolverine helped WildC.A.T.S to battle with the Kenyan when he used the Scroll to resurrect Ebron, an ancient Daemonite warlord.

  • Kia is female assasin.

  • Kidpool is a younger version of Deadpool from an alternative dimension but shares the same... quirks as the original.

  • Ruler of the N'Garai

  • A member of mutant hunting group the Contingency. Along with his teammates Shrike, Condor, and Kite he is incarcerated by S.H.I.E.L.D. Rapture being the only one of the group to escape being captured by Captain America, Ms Marvel, and Wolverine vowed to break the them out.

  • Wolverine battled Killer Croc and defeated his out on the streets in Gotham City, while being watched by Batman and Nightwing.

  • Killian the leader of the Crimson Pirates

  • Kimora was an inter-dimensional warlord who wished to invade Earth. He was opposed several times by agents of Landau, Luckman & Lake and Wolverine.

  • A sadistic and invulnerable operative created by the same group that made X-23 for the purpose of keeping her in line and punishing her when she failed.