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Supercut of Wolverine’s 30+ Years of Film and TV Clawings

The videos that Burger Fiction puts together are always a great time and their latest that showcases everyone’s favorite Canadian X-man in anticipation for the release of Logan is no exception.

It’s, dare we say, uncanny that Wolverine’s beserker rage jumped from the pages of comic books into animation as far back as 1982 when he appeared in Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends albeit with an inexplicable Australian accent. That odd choice of an voice continued in his next appearance in Pryde of The X-Men (which may show up in its entirety on YouTube should you search for it) but was corrected after that. It seems there was a general consensus that a beer-drinking, cigar-smoking loner would probably have a rough gravelly voice (without an accent from the opposite side of the world) and it’s been that way for every appearance of the black and yellow-clad clawed Canuck ever since.

What’s impressive is that Burger Fiction doesn’t seem to skimp on any Wolverine appearances making sure to include the ones played for laughs in parody movies and TV shows like MADtv, Robot Chicken, The Pete Holmes Show, and the short-lived Bad Days. And other than Hugh Jackman’s bad-ass appearances in the X-Men movies, our absolute favorite Wolverine moment is included from Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb. In it, a character confronts the real Hugh Jackman and it seems–after 17 years of playing Logan/Wolverine–the only way he knows how to fight is in character.

What do you think of Burger Fiction’s latest super-cut? Did they miss any important Wolverine appearances over the last 30+ years? Let’s discuss in the comments below, Bub!

Image: Fox


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