Wolverine from the X-Men animated series from 1992 to 1997.
Wolverine appears among the main cast of the X-Men animated TV series, voiced by Cathal J. Dodd. He frequently mocks Gambit, calling him "Cajun." Wolverine was also a close friend of Morph, feeling saddened by his supposed death. He often spends time by himself, but has a soft spot for Jubilee – the X-Men's rookie. Unlike other versions, this version of Wolverine acquired his claws when his skeleton was bonded with adamantium. He wears the character's classic yellow and blue costume from the comics.
Wolverine appears in the episodes "Neogenic Nightmare Chapter 4: The Mutant Agenda" and "Neogenic Nightmare Chapter 5: Mutants Revenge" of the 1994 Spider-Man animated TV series, also voiced by Dodd.
In the 2000–2003 animated television series X-Men: Evolution, Wolverine, a man whose past is shrouded in mystery, provides the teenaged X-Men with battle training and creates conflict among his younger teammates. Unlike most versions, Wolverine did not sport his signature muttonchops and was noticeably taller. Voice-actor Scott McNeil portrays him.
Wolverine is featured in Wolverine and the X-Men. In this cartoon series, Wolverine is tasked with leading the X-Men and carrying out orders from Professor Xavier (who is in a coma in the present, but communicates through his body from the future). Steve Blum plays the lead role.
As part of a four-series collaboration between the JapaneseMadhouse animation house and Marvel, Wolverine starred in a twelve-episode anime series named Marvel Anime: Wolverine, which premiered in Japan on Animax and in the United States on G4 in 2011. The series focuses on him going to Japan to investigate A.I.M.Steve Blum dubbed the role of Wolverine in the English version of Marvel Anime: X-Men. Logan also appears during the fourth episode of the Iron Man and the seventh episode of the Blade portion of the collaboration. He is voiced by Rikiya Koyama in the Japanese version and Milo Ventimiglia in the English dubbed version.
Wolverine appears in the second episode of the first season of Black Panther cartoon series, voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson. He, Cyclops, and Nightcrawler were with Storm when she was using Cerebro and finds out that Juggernaut is assisting in the attack on Wakanda.
Wolverine appears during a flashback scene of the fourth episode 4 of the prequel micro-series to the animated series The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, voiced again by Steve Blum. Logan fights alongside Captain America and other heroes as a Howling Commandos soldier in World War II. He is referred to as Howlett, which corresponds with his birth name of James Howlett. Wolverine also appears in the "New Avengers" episode (second season) as part of the New Avengers, a team set up by Tony Stark as a fail-safe in case the main Avengers would be unable to fight. Wolverine is summoned and joins with Spider-Man, Heroes for Hire members Luke Cage and Iron Fist, War Machine and the Fantastic Four's Thing to fight Kang the Conqueror. He and the rest of the New Avengers appears again in the series' finale, "Avengers Assemble".
Wolverine makes a cameo appearance in the Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.. He was seen in the episode "The Collector", as one of the heroes captured by the titular villain. Wolverine made a full appearance in the episode "Wendigo Apocalypse", when he teams up with the Hulk to hunt the Wendigo.
Steve Blum reprised his role as Wolverine in the film Hulk Vs, in a segment called "Hulk Vs. Wolverine". It also features many insights on Wolverine's past. This was tied in with the Wolverine and the X-Men series in the seventh episode, titled "Wolverine vs. Hulk", though the ties are loose, as there is very little (if any) continuity between this movie and the episode.
In September 2021, Insomniac Games announced at the PlayStation Showcase event that they would develop a standalone game titled Marvel's Wolverine, for release on the PlayStation 5. The game shares continuity with the Marvel's Spider-Man games developed by Insomniac.
X-Men related games
Wolverine appears as character in the following X-Men games.
The Ultimate Marvel version of Wolverine appears as a boss in the Ultimate Spider-Man video game, voiced by Keith Szarabajka. He is fought inside a pub while playing as Venom, after throwing his motorcycle through the wall of the pub, causing Wolverine to attack Venom in retaliation. However, Venom proves stronger and defeats Wolverine, knocking him unconscious.
Wolverine appears as both an ally and a boss in Spider-Man: Web of Shadows, voiced by Steve Blum. He first appears shortly before the symbiote invasion that will consume Manhattan, ambushing Spider-Man at Hell's Kitchen, as he can smell symbiotes and believes him to be one. The two engage in a brief battle, during which he asks Spider-Man several questions to determine if Spider-Man is a symbiote or not. Regardless of the player giving wrong answers, Wolverine eventually trusts Spider-Man and the two settle their differences. Afterwards, they begin briefly working together to track down and defeat several hidden symbiotes, and Wolverine becomes an ally that the player can summon at any time during gameplay to help them fight enemies. Later, during the symbiote invasion, Wolverine helps Spider-Man evacuate a church full of civilians. After the evacuation is complete, Wolverine is attacked by two burly Symbiotes, which dog pile him to the ground and, thus, turn into a monstrous symbiote version of himself, fueled by rage. Symbiote Wolverine then battles Spider-Man, even using some symbiote pods to gain a temporary armor, but is ultimately defeated by the web-slinger. Depending on the player's choice, Spider-Man can either let Wolverine remove the symbiote himself by using his claws to gut himself, or remove the symbiote by force and then rip Wolverine in half (ironically, Wolverine has suggested doing this to Spider-Man earlier, if he ever became infected by a symbiote); the latter choice will cause Wolverine to angrily swear to kill Spider-Man, thus making Wolverine unavailable as an ally for the rest of the game. If the player chooses to activate the device meant to destroy all the symbiotes and stop the invasion, Wolverine is seen in the final mission of the game, fighting the symbiotes aboard the S.H.I.E.L.D.Helicarrier alongside the other hero allies, while Spider-Man plants bombs to destroy the Helicarrier and stop Venom for good. In both evil endings (if the player chose to destroy the device), after Spider-Man takes over the symbiote army and rules over Manhattan, Black Widow enlists a symbiote infected Wolverine, who this time is in full control of his symbiote, to hunt Spider-Man down and bring him to her dead or alive, with Symbiote Wolverine opting for the former option.
In the PlayStation 2 and PSP versions of the game, Wolverine is an assist character who will slash enemies with his claws.
The Ultimate Marvel version of Wolverine is referenced in Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions. He is mentioned in Deadpool's level in the Ultimate dimension, where Deadpool briefly refers to the time he and Spider-Man switched brains. Wolverine also makes a cameo appearance in the Hobgoblin level in the 2099 dimension as a visual display, seemingly borrowing the design from Hulk Vs.
Wolverine is a playable character in Marvel Heroes, with Steve Blum reprising the role.
Wolverine appears in Deadpool, voiced again by Steve Blum. His most prominent role is in a minor bonus feature in the "Genosha" level in which Deadpool repeatedly slaps the unconscious Wolverine while yelling nonsensical insults in an attempt to wake him up. He appears unaware that he is in a game, given his response to Deadpool stating that he was setting up a surprise for the player. Deadpool apparently calls constantly to ask if he can take the Blackbird out for a joyride.
Wolverine is a playable character in Marvel Super Hero Squad Online, and have five forms: his normal yellow and blue outfit, his classic yellow and brown outfit, an "Avenger" outfit, jeans and white T-shirt outfit and a samurai outfit with the Murasama blade. Steve Blum reprises his voice role.
Wolverine is available as downloadable content for the game LittleBigPlanet, as part of "Marvel Costume Kit 3".
In September 2021, a Spanish-language version of The Long Night podcast — Wolverine: La Larga Noche — starring Joaquín Cosío as Wolverine was released as part of Marvel's podcasting partnership with SiriusXM.