Numbers: 46-48 
Rarities: 2-4, [LE6]
Cost: 52, 70, 83, 
Health: 7, 8, 9, 
SSADD: 8/9/14/3, 8/10/14/3, 9/11/15/3, [9/11/14/2]
Powers: Flurry, BCF, Toughness, Regeneration
Exp and Vet add Super-Senses
LE adds Impervious, subtracts Super-Senses
Ranged Attacks: None
Team: Brotherhood, Ultimate X-Men, Ultimate X-Men, [none]
Before we get into this weekís reviews, Iím on vacation all this week,
driving through scenic Utah, so if you happen to see me, give me a holler!
Iím wrote these reviews last week, so if the meta-game changes over the
weekend, donít hold it against me! Not that itís likely to change, mind
youÖIím just saying.
This latest version of Wolverine is from the Ultimates series, and Iíll be
damned if I know anything about him, except that I THINK he knows his name
is James Howlett. Oh and he started off as a bad guy in Magnetoís
Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. Plus, he needs a new tailor.
I have to say, the Rookie Ultimate Wolvie is pretty weak, cheap BCF is
abundant in Indyclix, so 52 points for BCF isnít going to float my boat, not
with those low stats. The Exp isnít much better, though now you get
Super-Senses added to the mix. Stats are still too low, and that gets worse
with the Veteran version. In fact, NONE of the four Wolverineís are
tournament worthy IMO, and for the life of me, I canít imagine why youíd
want to play any of these even in friendly games. The only thing I can think
of is that you MIGHT want the Ultimate X-men TA, which gives you +1 attack,
but really, thereís better figures out there.
The REV sets have been selling for a maximum of $10 recently, thatís really
high for a 2-3-4 REV. Expect that to come down. The Level 6 LE has gone for
as high as $45, and as low as $25. Since it is Wolverine, that seems about
right, though the figure isnít as playable as it should be.
My Ratings: Playability first then Collectability
Next time: Wouldnít be the same if we reviewed Logan and forgot all about
his arch enemy now would it?