Wolverine is the best at what he does, but what he does is Men love Wolverine because he's an indestructible killing machine with his own moral code. Women love him for pretty much the same reasons. Dark, brooding, haunted by his past and packed with muscles, he's always been a force of destruction and raw sexuality. In between smoking cigars, drinking and slicing body parts, Wolverine has taken time to fall in love many times. It makes sense that he's had his share of romances, since he's been alive for decades.
Though blessed with the agility and strength of a great ape, the blue-furred Henry McCoy 's greatest asset is his keen scientific mind. He possesses a genius-level IQ, with extraordinary expertise in genetics, biochemistry and other subjects. He often acts as the voice of reason for Wolverine and the X-Men. Source: Nicktoons. Beast is often a very gentle person despite his beastly appearance, and tends to act fatherly to most of the X-men.
Jump to navigation. Wolverine's Women. The underlying presumption in the old adage "I'm a lover, not a fighter" is that one must be either one or the other. While no one would dispute that Wolverine is "the best there is" when it comes to making war, one could also argue that he is as versed — and based on popular demand — skilled in the art of making love.
As Congress debates the passing of the Mutant Registration Act , more and more humans find themselves changing, receiving strange abilities, becoming mutants. In Mississippi , a young girl finds herself in this very situation and runs away from home to Canada. Here the young girl, named Rogue , meets a cage fighter named Wolverine and the two flee persecution only to be attacked by Sabretooth and Toad , members of the Brotherhood of Mutants. Bringing him to Magneto , their leader, the Brotherhood turns Senator Kelly into a mutant through a machine Magneto controls.