I like to act, sing, cook, admire beards (read: reblog pictures of scantily clad hairy men), and occasionally try to dance, and create. Ridiculousness is always welcomed.
I am in my second year of a Drama and Education double degree program at the University of Alberta and will (eventually) be getting my MFA in Theatre Voice Pedagogy from the same place. I'm also gay, for what it's worth. This blog is a little glimpse into my hopefully interesting life.
Bonus points if you have chest hair and/or a beard, or if you look like, sing like, or are Dan Mangan. Enjoy!
Wolverine was born James Howlett and grew up in the Canadian province of Alberta at some point in the 19th Century. An angry, young child with a developing mutation, James killed their groundskeeper Logan and disappeared into the Canadian wilderness.
Now going by the name Logan, the recluse survived on bar work and back alley boxing for decades until he was discovered by the Weapon X development team - a group of scientists trying to improve Mutant’s powers. Logan went willingly, hoping to get answers to his powers but the team abused him. They fused his skeleton with adamantium and twisted his powers in order to turn him into the ultimate weapon. However, they couldn’t control this weapon. Logan escape the fascility at the same time as Prof X’s X-Men team were infiltrating it. The X-Men liberated the trapped mutants and Logan was asked to join the team.
He did reluctantly, but to this day still enjoys the reclusive life. He refuses to live in the Mansion and is only called upon for specific missions.
Wolverine’s birth mutation was the ability to regenerate his body, age slowly and produce bone-like claws out of his knuckles. The adamantium bonded with this bone and created his iconic claws.