Silver Fox

    Character » Silver Fox appears in 167 issues.

    Originally thought to have been killed by Sabretooth on the North American Frontier, Silver Fox was romantically involved with Logan (aka: Wolverine).

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    Silver Fox was a member of a Native American tribe living in the North American frontier. In the early half of the twentieth century she would meet and fall in love with the mutant Logan ( Wolverine).


    Silver Fox was created by writer Chris Claremont and artist John Buscema. She first appeared in Wolverine #10 released in August 1989.

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    She fell in love with Logan and they lived together in Canada. One day Sabretooth attacked Silver Fox apparently killing her. Logan fought Sabretooth but lost.

    Years later it appeared that Silver Fox had somehow survived the onslaught by Sabretooth and she joined the Weapon X program. After that she joined the "Team X" unit, reuniting her with Wolverine and Sabretooth. Due to a reaction to her memory implants she betrayed the team and became a terrorist in Hydra. Silver Fox reappeared during the period when Wolverine tracked down the members of the Weapon X staff and discovered the studios where many of the memories he thought were his were staged. Apparently, she killed the Professor who had been in charge of the program after Logan left. At this point it was revealed that Silver Fox controlled a section of Hydra.

    Silver Fox hired an assassin to poison Mariko Yashida, who was Wolverine's lover.

    Later, when Mastodon, a member of Weapon X died due to the failure of his anti-aging factor, Silver Fox reunited with Logan, Creed, Maverick and Wraith. They infiltrated a secret base and confronted the man who had implanted them with their false memories: Aldo Ferro, the Psi-Borg. Ferro actually took control of their minds and this time made Creed actually kill Silver Fox.

    Once the group had defeated the Psi-Borg, Logan travelled to the cabin where he really had lived with Silver Fox a lifetime ago, vindicating his one truly happy memory. He got permission to bury her there, and used the part of the door inscribed with "Silver Fox Logan" in a heart as a headstone.

    Powers & Abilities

    Silver Fox has an artificial healing factor given to her by Weapon X. This healing factor also retards her aging, so her true age is unknown. She is also an expert marksman and is skilled at using many forms of weapons.

    Other Media


    X-men: The Animated Serie

    Animated Sliver Fox
    Animated Sliver Fox

    Silver Fox appeared in the X-Men Animated Series episode "Weapon X, Lies and Videotapes". In this continuity, she too was a member of Team X, Wolverine's lover, and a victim of the Weapon X Program. She and Maverick were thought to have died after a battle with Omega Red but they were later revealed to be alive.


    X-men Origins: Wolverine

    Lynn Collins as Kayla Silverfox
    Lynn Collins as Kayla Silverfox

    In X-Men Origins: Wolverine, the character of Silver Fox is altered considerably from how she is in the comics. She is played by actress Lynn Collins and the characters name is changed to Kayla Silverfox. She is also a mutant who has the ability to seduce and hypnotically control humans through touch and she is the sister of Emma Frost. She appears to be a combination of Emma's two sisters Adrienne and Cordelia


    Marvel: War of Heroes

    Marvel: War of Heroes
    Marvel: War of Heroes

    Silver Fox appears in several cards in the mobile card game Marvel: War of Heroes. Her cards are:

    • [Fallen Lover] Silver Fox

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