Disney finally bought the Fox company after announcing its plan to buy it in December 2017. Several heroes cinematographic rights have now been returned to the House of Ideas, allowing it to include the X-Men (or at least Professor Xavier) in the Doctor Strange: In The Multiverse Of Madness movie. X-Men are a Marvel comics team with extremely powerful characters.
A Powerful Version Of Wolverine
Marvel laid the groundwork for the Multiverse with Spider-Man: Far From Home. Changes in dimension that allow you to find different variants of characters in different universes. The Loki series on Disney+ featured a glimpse of the Multiverse, with Thor’s adoptive brother finding himself surrounded by a swarm of other Loki. A story arc that follows the events of the Endgame, in which the Avengers band together to face Thanos. However, Marvel Cinematic Universe stands above all comic book stories.
More than 80 years of stories that are still being published today. Readers of the X Lives of Wolverine comic series have recently learned why Wolverine recently acquired his most powerful form. Marvel recalls a fresh battle between the frightening Omega Red and Wolverine in X Deaths of Wolverine #5:
“THE FUTURE CRASHES INTO THE PRESENT WITH A TEST OF STRENGTH YOU’LL HAVE TO SEE TO BELIEVE! WEEK 10 – IT’S WOLVERINE VS. WOLVERINE?! WITH THE TIME TRAVEL MISSION BEHIND IT, THE TRUTH WILL BE REVEALED. BUT WHO – OR WHAT – WILL REMAIN THE OMEGA WOLVERINE?”
Wolverine finally offers the long-awaited reasons for his most powerful form in this issue by Benjamin Percy, Federico Vicentini, and Adam Kubert. And with good reason: in Avengers Forever #4, readers learn that the Phoenix Force’s oldest host is a variant of Wolverine. According to the Marvel Fanmade Wiki: “The Phoenix Force is one of the oldest cosmic entities, embodying both the energies of creation and destruction as well as life yet to be created. It appears to be older than darkness, as well as being the source of all life. The Phoenix Power is a manifestation of the basic universal force of life that is indestructible, immortal, and mutable.” The Phoenix Force has also been shown in the movies, most notably in X-Men: Dark Phoenix, where Jean Gray takes over as the Phoenix Force’s new host.
An entity that bestows upon him tremendous yet difficult-to-control abilities. Despite her great potential, Jean Grey is powerless against it. Wolverine has previously stated that he will not serve as it’s host. However, it appears that a Logan variant has finally stepped down. Why? Wolverine, on the other hand, is not the kind to let a cosmic entity inhabit his body. Logan would probably rather die than trust the Phoenix Force with his body. As a result, readers were shocked as to how a Wolverine could be the entity’s oldest host. X Lives of Wolverine #5 is a must-read for fans intrigued as to why Wolverine would suddenly love a power he previously despised. A text page given by X Deaths of Wolverine #5 contains the answer.
Wolverine describes his trip to Mexico. He imagines a scene hundreds of years ago among the remains of Coba, when a child makes a remark about destroying the ruins to build something new. Wolverine is visibly irritated, claiming that many people like this child, merely live in the present, with no real understanding of their past. The mutant believes that many people live like this because of fear, which he admires. He goes on to say that it is his responsibility to have a “long view” of history, claiming that “to know what blood has been shed before is to know what blood will be shed again.”
“It’s my responsibility to keep an eye on things,” he finally explained. This phrase is similar to that of a Guardian, a race of cosmic beings dedicated to observing the universe and its people without interfering. Wolverine can continue to watch over history and humanity by wielding something as strong as the Phoenix Force. And with good reason, the Force of the Phoenix bestows upon him extraordinary abilities, enhancing his healing factor and effectively making him immortal. Wolverine’s healing factor also appears to let him survive Phoenix Force better. Logan’s innate abilities could possibly help him outperform the entity’s prior hosts.