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Wolverine


Alternative Titles

English: Wolverine
Japanese: ウルヴァリン

Information

Type: TV
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 7, 2011 to Mar 25, 2011
Premiered: Winter 2011
Broadcast: Unknown
Producers: None found, add some
Studios: Madhouse
Source: Other
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 6.231 (scored by 7,059 users)
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Ranked: #62532
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Popularity: #2527
Members: 15,336
Favorites: 13
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Episodes: /12
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Synopsis

Logan learns that his girlfriend, Mariko Yashida, who disappeared a year ago, has been taken to Tokyo by her father Shingen, who is the head of a Japanese crime syndicate and a supplier of AIM. He then decides to head to Japan to find her and take her back, no matter what.

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Characters & Voice Actors

Howlett, James
Howlett, James
Main
Koyama, Rikiya
Japanese
Koyama, Rikiya
Yukio
Yukio
Main
Park, Romi
Japanese
Park, Romi
Summers, Scott
Summers, Scott
Supporting
Morikawa, Toshiyuki
Japanese
Morikawa, Toshiyuki
Mikage, Kikyou
Mikage, Kikyou
Supporting
Hagiwara, Masato
Japanese
Hagiwara, Masato

Staff

Rintaro
Rintaro
Director
Mima, Masafumi
Mima, Masafumi
Sound Director
Abe, Masashi
Abe, Masashi
Episode Director
Kaji, Kengo
Kaji, Kengo
Script, Series Composition


Edit Opening Theme

"Feel my Claws" by Takahashi Tetsuya

Edit Ending Theme

"Another Day of Battles" by Takahashi Tetsuya




More reviewsReviews

Mar 29, 2011
SakuraForever (All reviews)
It comes to no surprise to people that Marvel would have their best-seller Wolverine these recent years in another project. Personally, I checked this out not because of recent projects ie Iron Man's failure to attract audiences, but for likable purposes. I've always taken a liking to Wolverine as one of the more likable characters in the Marvel universe. I've seen pretty much all versions of Wolverine Marvel has thrown out: movies, TAS, comics, I was a bit curious how this would fare.

The story, while not impressive at all to me, tries to stay true to its roots. Wolverine and his whole japan outlook read more
Jul 1, 2011
helur (All reviews)
Wolverine is a well known marvel comic. Of course, coming from only watching the movies and maybe seeing him on cartoon network a few times when I was young, I thought it would be pretty cool. What I was looking for was some action that had some anxiety against it - some good counters to the immortal man, and a solid story. While I guess you could call the story solid it didn't fulfill either of those goals. If there was ever a time I wanted to write a negative review it would be right now, but let us stay as positive as we can…

At read more
Jul 22, 2013
HybridMedia (All reviews)
So, once again, I’m looking into the world of Madhouse / Marvel Anime and to see how the next disappoint—I meant, installment of their comic book counterparts and as you can see by the title description, you know what it is.

Up next in the four-part Marvel Anime project and broadcasts after the Iron Man anime, Wolverine is a mutant, possessing animal-keen senses, enhanced psychical capabilities, three retracting bone claws on each hand and a healing factor that allows him to recover from virtually any wound, disease or toxin at an accelerated rate. Logan learns that his girlfriend Mariko Yashida, who disappeared a year ago, has read more
Apr 8, 2011
Hectotane (All reviews)
I always like the comic books based on Marvel, DC, et al. I always find it encouraging to see people (with special powers) pulls themselves out of tough predicaments. (Hardly unscathed, but a little more realistically than the lot of the "deus ex machina" and "played for laughs" type of "mary sue" storyboard-writing I've been trying to avoid.)

Whatever Marvelhouse creates is no exception. With Ironman, and with Wolverine.

Unlike the plot-twisty and episodic "major issue resolved" endings found in "Mobile Suit Gundam Iron," the male lead of "Certain Mutant Logan" gets it rough. He basically had to fight his way through everybody read more

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