March 25, 2023

An artist transforms Wolverine from the animated series “X-Men” into a real person of flesh and blood

The character Wolverine first appeared in the comics Marvel comics. Also called Logan and Weapon X, he is described as a shapeshifter with enhanced physical abilities.

His senses are sharp and he is able to regenerate quickly. She has three retractable claws on both hands, which she uses to slash her enemies and defend herself.

Her appearance came after Marvel Editor-in-Chief Roy Thomas asked writer Len Wein to create a character of medium height and ferocity.

Prior to appearing in The Incredible Hulk #181, Wolverine appeared in a number of Marvel Comics advertisements and pamphlets. Its design has undergone changes over time.

In 1992, an animated series about the “X-Men” was released, originally shown on Fox Kids.

It had a total of five seasons and 76 episodes, and ended in 1997. In Brazil, the series was shown by Rede Globo on TV Colosso, and became very popular with children and young adults.

Cameraman Bruno Mora Use Wolverine’s appearance shown in the production to create a realistic version of the character.

Taking actor Jack Nicholson as inspiration, he reshaped the character’s face, arriving at a highly expressive result.