Today, we must cover one of the greatest comic books ever written. And we’re referring to Logan. It is seamlessly written and drawn cover to cover with a great plot, amazing story arcs, and very few plot holes. Moreover, it even had a few adaptations a few years ago, like Wolverine and X-Men Origins.
So, let’s cover one giant plot hole in Logan that no one seems to be covering. What happened to the Mutants in Logan? Before we go any further, dear reader, this article has massive spoilers. And we do not want to ruin the fun for you. Let’s get this show on the road with that out of the way.
Let’s Refer To The Comics: Old Man Logan
In Old Man Logan, we see how Wolverine is different from the one we are shown in the film, and let’s break that apart for you. Firstly, in the comic book, Logan is at a point where he no longer draws his adamant claws, preferring instead to blend into the background of everyday life and hoping that the demons from his X-Men past never find him. The Logan from the movie feels inclined to draw his claws.
Then, we learn that Wolverine killed all of his colleagues by himself, using his adamantium claws. Logan is not to blame because, at the time, he was being mind-controlled by one of Spider-man’s arch enemy controlling, Mysterio. Wolverine thinks the other X-Men are an army of foes in the novel.
Let’s Take A Look At The Movie
The movie is a bit different from the comic —it’s an adaptation, after all— and the reason behind it was that Fox didn’t have any rights to Spider-Man’s enemies or to Spider-Man, for that matter.
In the movie, Logan must take care of an old, erratic Charles Xavier, who’s losing control of his powers. We see how he’s on meds that help him regulate his temper, and they have the side effect of making him forget things.
The Hotel Incident
In the movie’s hotel scene, Logan, Charles, and the mutant clone Laura are seen being held captive within the Reno hotel with no apparent means of escape until Charles, who had disobeyed Logan and neglected to take his medication, unleashes a telepathic onslaught that paralyzes everyone inside the hotel.
It was Charles Xavier who used to teach Logan to harness his claws, now, it’s up to Logan to care for Charles. It goes without saying that Charles Xavier didn’t mean to kill Logan’s family. And Logan developed a strong connection with Xavier. So, that’s the explanation, in a nutshell of what happened to all the Mutants in Logan.
Logan, also known as Wolverine, is a mutant with an Adamantium-laced skeleton and retractable claws. He is a formidable fighter with a healing factor that allows him to recover from virtually any wound. Logan is a loner by nature, but he has found a home with the X-Men, where he fights for peace and justice. Logan is one of the most popular characters in the X-Men universe, and his story is often cited as one of the best in comic book history. Logan was born in 19th century Canada to John and Elizabeth Howlett.
His parents were killed when he was a child, and he was raised by his father’s friend, Thomas Logan. As a young man, Logan moved to the United States and enlisted in the military. He served in various wars, including World War I and II. After the war, Logan settled in Canada and began working as a logger. It was during this time that he first encountered James Hudson, better known as Weapon X. Hudson offered to make Logan into the perfect weapon, and Logan agreed. The process bonded Adamantium to his skeleton and gave him retractable claws. It also drove him insane, and he went on a rampage. He was eventually captured by the X-Men and brought back to sanity. Since then, Logan has been a member of the X-Men, and he has played a vital role in their many adventures. He is one of the most popular characters in the X-Men universe, and his story is often cited as one of the best in comic book history.
Where To Watch Logan?
If you want to watch Logan, there are a few options available out there for you. Firstly, there’s Disney+. Secondly, you can stream the movie from FX NOW, DirecTV Streaming, and Spectrum on Demand. Lastly, you can rent or purchase the movie from Apple iTunes, Amazon Direct Video, Google Play, YouTube TV, Vudu Fandango, the Microsoft Store, Red Box, AMC on Demand, and DirecTV. With this, we conclude our coverage of Logan here at Otakukart. Thanks for your attention, happy streaming, and see you soon!
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