Wolverine's Costume Evolution [Infographic]

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This coming July 26th, we expect the highly anticipated film The Wolverine to take box offices by storm. Get it? Storm? Whether or not you plan to grab a ticket and see those adamantium claws slash up the silver screen, we hope you enjoy our visual guide to the evolution of Wolverine's celebrated costume!  

This guy has answered to many names over the years, so it is only fitting that he has a similarly high number of costume incarnations, right? (Seriously though: Weapon X, Patch, James Howlett, Logan, Death...the list goes on!) 'Marvel' at the style journey of this infamous member of the X-Men as it moves from whiskered, to fanged, to spandex, to leather, to no shirt at all! (Bad boys don't have time for shirts.)

Which look is your favorite? Tell us all about it in the comments section!

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Wolverine Costume Infographic

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2015 Update: If you’re interested in wearing anything like this for Halloween, check out our range of Wolverine costumes as well as our guide to DIY Wolverine and alternate Logan ideas!

Aleksandra Sobic

Aleksandra is HalloweenCostumes.com’s brand manager and senior Mario consultant. She believes that her stature, hair, passion for pink, and reverence of cake, make her the ideal candidate to play Princess Peach on Broadway. Some additional interests include crafting, wine, correcting people’s grammar, obsessing over Jurassic Park (remember, women inherit the earth!), and brainstorming ways to make sexy costume representations of typically un-sexy pop culture characters. Donkey Kong was a breeze but Jabba the Hutt is proving formidable.


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  • Matt Hawes
    Nicely done. One note, though: The outfit that Wolverine wore in the "X-Men" films changed from the first to second film. The drawing you did for the movie is actually the second outfit from "X-Men 2."
    Friday, July 19, 2013 at 9:46 AM
  • Kate Willaert
    Sharp eyes there.
    Sunday, July 21, 2013 at 10:08 AM