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little kon-el

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The Black Guardian 

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Subj: Why doesn't he just go by the name of Logan?
Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 at 12:07:24 pm EST (Viewed 114 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Wild Thing?
Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2018 at 08:10:21 am EST (Viewed 114 times)

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      What have they done with the real Daken? Maybe death was a good thing for him.

    It's like he's been "born again - and again ...and again..." ;\)

        As far as I'm concerned, Laura's the only Wolverine. When "real" Logan shows his face again, he better pick a new codename.

      HA. Marvel Marketing would have a conniption. \:\) Probably would hurt the Hugh Jackman branding too. ;\)

Well, Hugh Jackman's done with the role now. So...

But I'm betting the situation will be like Clint/Kate sharing the name.

    As long as Laura does NOT take on these names:

    Badger Babe
    Logan Lass

    Maybe a good choice could be "Wild Thing" that has a feral and fitting ring. It's Marvel copyrighted already, right? Maybe work some connection to D-Lister Rina? Or maybe Harry Snow could be on Laura's new hit list and after their interaction she ends up adopting the name "Serval".

Names don't get copyrighted. Marvel had a Trademark on the name, of course, but according to a USPTO search, they stopped maintaining the mark several years ago.

I don't think a connection to Rina needs to be established.

It isn't like he wears the suit anyways. And it isn't like "Wolverine" is his secret identity. Everyone knows, and everyone who needs to know, understand that he's Logan. Even when he's wearing a Patch.

So just have him as Logan and his daughter as Wolverine. She actually needs a code name. She has people that care about here that would be hurt if everyone knew her secret identity.

- l.k.

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