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Sabretooth

Sabretooth.
Publication information
Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance Iron Fist #14 (Aug. 1977)
Created by Chris Claremont
John Byrne
In story information
Alter ego Graydon "Victor" Creed Sr.
Species Human Mutant
Team affiliations X-Men
Brotherhood of Evil Mutants
Team X
Marauders
X-Factor
Weapon X
Notable aliases Slasher, El Tigre, Der Schlächter ("The Slaughterer" in German)
Abilities Regenerative healing factor
Superhuman senses, strength, stamina, agility, and reflexes
Resistance to telepathic assault and control
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Sabretooth is a Marvel Comics character, an arch-enemy of the X-Men’s Wolverine. Created by writer Chris Claremont and artist/co-writer John Byrne, he first appeared in Iron Fist #14 (Aug. 1977). This article is about the comic book company. ... In comic books, first appearance refers to first comic book to feature a character. ... This does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... For other uses of John Byrne, see John Byrne (disambiguation). ... In Marvel comic books, particularly those of the X-Men mythos, a mutant is a member of the species Homo sapiens superior, an offshoot of regular humanity, Homo sapiens sapiens. ... The X-Men are a group of comic book superheroes featured in Marvel Comics. ... The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, also known as The Brotherhood and Brotherhood of Mutants, is a Marvel Comics supervillain team devoted to mutant superiority over normal humans. ... Team X is a fictional comic book group, owned by Marvel Comics and existing in the Marvel Universe. ... The Marauders are a group of supervillains in the Marvel Comics universe and enemies of the X-Men. ... X-Factor is a comic book series published by Marvel Comics. ... Weapon X is a fictional clandestine government project in the Marvel Universe conducted by the Canadian Governments Department K (and secretly funded by the U.S. government) which turns willing and unwilling beings into living weapons. ... A healing factor is a term used to describe the ability of some characters in fiction to recover from bodily injuries or disease at a superhuman rate. ... This article is about the comic book company. ... The X-Men are a group of comic book superheroes featured in Marvel Comics. ... For other uses, see Wolverine (disambiguation). ... This does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... For other uses of John Byrne, see John Byrne (disambiguation). ... Iron Fist (Daniel Rand) is a fictional character, a comic book superhero in the Marvel Comics universe, and a practitioner of martial arts. ...


Sabretooth is a mutant who possesses bestial superhuman physical abilities, most notably a rapid healing factor, razor-sharp fangs and claws, and hyper senses. He is a vicious killer responsible for numerous deaths both as a paid mercenary and for his own, personal pleasure. In Marvel comic books, particularly those of the X-Men mythos, a mutant is a member of the species Homo sapiens superior, an offshoot of regular humanity, Homo sapiens sapiens. ... A healing factor is a term used to describe the ability of some characters in fiction to recover from bodily injuries or disease at a superhuman rate. ...


Fellow mutant Wolverine is considered to be his supreme rival and enemy. Although the specifics of their feud are, like most aspects of Wolverine’s past, hazy, it is known that he and Sabretooth were victims of the Cold War supersoldier program Weapon X and that Sabretooth saw Wolverine as competition and tried to make his life miserable. The two have been bitter adversaries ever since. While Wolverine has always tried to suppress his inner demons, Sabretooth is the exact opposite: he has long since completely and totally embraced the beast within. For other uses, see Wolverine (disambiguation). ... For other uses, see Cold War (disambiguation). ... For the Amalgam Comics character, see Super-Soldier. ... Weapon X is a fictional clandestine government project in the Marvel Universe conducted by the Canadian Governments Department K (and secretly funded by the U.S. government) which turns willing and unwilling beings into living weapons. ...


Sabretooth has appeared in several X-Men animated series and video games. Played by Tyler Mane, he was a henchman of Magneto in the first X-Men film and X-Men: The Official Game. The bouncing ball animation (below) consists of these 6 frames. ... Namcos Pac-Man is one of the most popular video games ever made. ... Tyler Mane (born 23 October 1966) is a Canadian actor and former professional wrestler who worked for World Championship Wrestling as Big Sky and Nitro. ... Magneto (Eric Magnus Lensherr) is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. ... X-Men is a 2000 superhero film based upon the fictional characters the X-Men. ...

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Publication history

Sabretooth has had a few limited series and one shots including Sabretooth and Mystique and Sabretooth: In The Red Zone.


Fictional character biography

Early life

Sabretooth's name, or what is believed to be his real name, is Victor Creed.[1] Sabretooth's memories have been tampered with by clandestine organizations such as Weapon X and so much of what appears to be his past is not of credible account. His strongest and earliest memories involve being cruelly abused on numerous occasions by his father while tied up in his parents' basement. However, whether or not these memories are accurate, or even true, is unclear. Weapon X is a fictional clandestine government project in the Marvel Universe conducted by the Canadian Governments Department K (and secretly funded by the U.S. government) which turns willing and unwilling beings into living weapons. ... Abuser redirects here. ...


In an early tale, Logan, the X-Men's future Wolverine, lives in a small community of Blackfoot Indians and settlers. One day, Sabretooth tracks him down in Canada, and rapes and seemingly murders his one-time teammate's lover, Silver Fox, on Logan's birthday.[2] This results in the first of many battles between the two, but not before they are reunited as teammates. Creed, eventually, adopts a tradition of tracking Logan down on his birthday with the intention of fighting him. Silver Fox is a fictional character, a mutant in the Marvel Comics universe. ...

Sabretooth's own memories as a child.
Sabretooth's own memories as a child.

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Early history

Sabretooth vol. 1, #2 (Sept. 1993), with Mystique. Art by Mark Texeira.
Sabretooth vol. 1, #2 (Sept. 1993), with Mystique. Art by Mark Texeira.

Eventually, Creed is recruited into a top secret CIA covert ops unit known as Team X, with allies John Wraith (Kestrel), Logan (Wolverine), and David North (Maverick). On one mission, the psychopathic Sabretooth kills a crucial scientist during a battle against Russian supersoldier Omega Red. He frequently targets and kills civilians during other fights involving the loose knit team, but he is loose friends with Logan. During this period he fathers a son, Graydon Creed, with the mutant shapeshifter Mystique, who is undercover in the guise of a spy named Leni Zauber. Graydon eventually grows up to found Friends of Humanity, an anti-mutant organization, and while running for President is assassinated by Mystique from an alternate future. Download high resolution version (400x617, 82 KB)Cover to Sabretooth #2, featuring Sabretooth and Mystique. ... Download high resolution version (400x617, 82 KB)Cover to Sabretooth #2, featuring Sabretooth and Mystique. ... Cover to Black Panther: The Client TPB. Art by Texeira. ... CIA redirects here. ... From The U.S. Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms - Joint Publication JP1-02 dated 05 January 2007: Covert Operation: An operation that is so planned and executed as to conceal the identity of or permit plausible denial by the sponsor. ... Team X is a fictional comic book group, owned by Marvel Comics and existing in the Marvel Universe. ... The tone or style of this article or section may not be appropriate for Wikipedia. ... For the NBA basketball player with the nickname, Agent Zero see, Gilbert Arenas David North (born Christoph Nord) is a mutant comic book character in the fictional Marvel Universe. ... Omega Red (Arkady Rossovich) is a comic book supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe and a foe of the X-Men. ... Graydon Creed is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Mystique (Raven Darkholme) is a Marvel Comics character associated with the X-Men franchise. ... The Friends of Humanity are one of the many anti-mutant hate groups in the Marvel Universe. ... Assassin and Assassins redirect here. ... Mystique (Raven Darkholme) is a Marvel Comics character associated with the X-Men franchise. ...


Next, Sabretooth is recruited by the Weapon X program, but it is unknown what, if any, enhancements he receives. He does receive the standard Weapon X memory tamperings, and he is found to be more prone to telepathy than his counterpart, Wolverine. Weapon X is a fictional clandestine government project in the Marvel Universe conducted by the Canadian Governments Department K (and secretly funded by the U.S. government) which turns willing and unwilling beings into living weapons. ...


In 1968, Creed, using the alias Sabretooth, works as a mercenary in Saigon and is responsible for the murder of several prostitutes. Because of his contacts, Creed becomes aware that an individual, the White Devil, is involved in the disappearance of soldiers and locals, which are rumored to be the victims of experimentation. Sabretooth is approached by Scalphunter, who has killed Creed's employer. Creed then receives a large sum of money as a compensation for his employer's death and because the White Devil wants to employ him as one of his own enforcers, an offer Sabretooth accepts. Saigon redirects here. ... Scalphunter (John Greycrow) is a fictional mutant villain character in the Marvel Comics Universe. ... The Marauders are a group of supervillains in the Marvel Comics universe and enemies of the X-Men. ...


Supervillain

Eventually emerging as a costumed villain, Sabretooth becomes partners with the Constrictor and the two act as enforcers for major criminal interests. During this time, Creed begins to stalk and kill human beings for pleasure. This earns him the newspaper title of "The Slasher." The Constrictor and Sabretooth soon dissolve their partnership, and Sabretooth nearly kills the Constrictor at one time. Sabretooth battles Iron Fist, in his first historical appearance, Iron Fist #14. Constrictor (real name Frank Payne, alias Frank Schlicting) is a fictional character, a supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Iron Fist (Daniel Rand) is a fictional character, a comic book superhero in the Marvel Comics universe, and a practitioner of martial arts. ...


Sabretooth eventually encounters a thief by the name of Gambit, and the two fight, but find they aren't exactly enemies. Later, while recruiting for mastermind villain Mister Sinister, Gambit gathers a group of mutant criminals he has associated with who form The Marauders and participate in the Mutant Massacre. This sets Sabretooth in another battle against Wolverine. Sinister clones several of the Marauders so that he has a loyal group of lackeys after the originals die, but Sabretooth cannot be cloned. Still, he stays with the Marauders for an unspecified amount of time before leaving and returning to his mercenary roots. Gambit (Remy LeBeau) is a fictional character, a Marvel Comics superhero that has been a member of the X-Men. ... Mister Sinister (Nathaniel Essex) is a fictional character appearing in the comic books published by Marvel Comics. ... The Marauders are a group of supervillains in the Marvel Comics universe and enemies of the X-Men. ... The Mutant Massacre or the Morlock Massacre was a major Marvel Comics crossover, which took place during the summer of 1986. ...

Sabretooth battling Spider-Man on the cover of Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #116. Art by Rick Buckler.
Sabretooth battling Spider-Man on the cover of Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #116. Art by Rick Buckler.

During his time as a mercenary, he establishes himself as a hero-fighting villain by taking on the likes of Luke Cage, Daredevil, Thor, Spider-Man, and the Black Cat, where he nearly bites through her leg until he encounters the armor underneath her boot. During one of his Spider-Man encounters, Creed's employer, The Foreigner, claims to have trained the mercenary at some point. Also during this time, the ninja organization the Hand augments his strength. Sabretooth eventually returns to the sewers to slaughter some leftover Morlocks. Caliban, a surviving Morlock who previously pledged his life to the immortal mutant Apocalypse, hunts for Sabretooth. In a vicious battle, the once meek Caliban breaks Sabretooth's spine, and leaves him for dead. Sabretooth's healing ability repairs this damage, but he doesn't track the augmented Caliban down. Spider-Man swinging around his hometown, New York City. ... The Spectacular Spider-Man is the name of several comic book and one magazine series starring Marvel Comics Spider-Man. ... Rick Buckler (born 6 December 1955—), was the drummer and an original member of The Jam, a British rock-band that enjoyed considerable success in the United Kingdom between 1977 and 1982. ... Luke Cage, born Carl Lucas and also called Power Man, is a fictional superhero appearing in comic books published by Marvel Comics. ... For other uses, see Daredevil (comics). ... Thor (often called The Mighty Thor) is a superhero appearing in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Spider-Man swinging around his hometown, New York City. ... Black Cat (Felicia Hardy) is a Marvel Comics anti-hero and one-time foe and ex-girlfriend of the Spider-Man. ... The Foreigner is a fictional comic book character in the Marvel Comics universe. ... The Hand is a group of fictional supervillains in the Marvel Comics universe. ... The Morlocks were a group of Marvel Comics mutants associated with the X-Men. ... Caliban is a mutant character in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Apocalypse (En Sabah Nur) is a fictional comic book supervillain in the Marvel Comics Universe. ...


Sabretooth returns to his archenemy Wolverine, and the pair are reunited with Team X. A bigger surprise comes when Wolverine and Sabretooth discover Silver Fox is actually alive, but she only remembers a hatred for Logan. Ultimately, Ferro, a telepath, takes control of Creed and coerces him to kill Silver Fox, this time for real. Believing himself to be Wolverine's father (initially the intention of Uncanny X-Men writer Chris Claremont), it was revealed by genetic testing by S.H.I.E.L.D. that Sabretooth could not be Logan's father (Wolverine scribe Larry Hama and editors did not like the father idea). During this period, he also battles Cable, and is targeted by the Weapon X robot Shiva. For the second comic book series starring the X-Men, see X-Men (vol. ... This does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... This article is about the general scientific term. ... S.H.I.E.L.D. (originally an acronym for Supreme Headquarters, International Espionage, Law-Enforcement Division, changed in 1991 to Strategic Hazard Intervention, Espionage and Logistics Directorate) is a fictional counterterrorism and intelligence agency in the Marvel Universe that often deals with superhuman threats. ... Larry Hama. ... This article is about the Marvel Comics character Nathan Summers. ... Shiva, a program that manifests itself as an armored robot, was designed to eliminate rogue survivors of the Weapon X program. ...


Soon, suffering from severe bloodlust, Sabretooth hires telepathic mutant Birdy to help him keep his urges in check by providing what he calls "the glow," a psychic blast that satiates his bloodlust and numbs the pain of his suppressed memories as a youth, allowing himself control for short periods. Sabretooth is next hired by the Hand's leader, Matsuo, in an attempt to defeat the X-Men with the newly reanimated Omega Red. During the battle, the telepathic X-Woman Psylocke possesses Sabretooth to free her teammates. Edgar Cayce (1877 – 1945) was one of the best-known American psychics of the 20th century and made many highly publicized predictions. ... Psylocke (Elizabeth Betsy Braddock, sometimes misspelled, even in the published comics, as Elisabeth) is a Marvel Comics superhero, sister to Captain Britain, and often associated with the X-Men. ...


Betrayal of the X-Men and brief alliance with X-Factor

A short time later, Birdy is killed by Sabretooth's grown son Graydon; Graydon now has a hatred for mutants, especially his father. Without the "glow", Sabretooth slips into a murderous killing spree. This culminates in a clash with Maverick, who Sabretooth defeats. He escapes, claiming only Wolverine can do what needs to be done to the psychotic Creed as he leaps out a window. Maverick approaches the X-Men and in Japan, an ancient telepath, comatose since the nuclear bomb that destroyed Hiroshima, mindlinks and the team discovers Creed's psychosis was rooted in his time as a CIA operative: on a mission, he slaughtered a target, his wife (a "freebie" for Creed), and a little boy. The look in the boy's eyes has followed Creed ever since. Ultimately, Sabretooth attacks Charles Xavier, leader of the X-Men. As Xavier infiltrates Creed's mind, he discovers that every victim Sabretooth has killed is remembered by the villain. Xavier is confident this means Creed values human life, and there is hope for the mutant. Sabretooth is incarcerated, as a wanted murderer, in a holographic environment because Xavier does not want him to roam on the grounds. Sabretooth is angered, but grudgingly stays with the team. During his incarceration, he assists in battles against the X-Cutioner and the Phalanx. Caliban, becoming child-like in thought, kidnaps the X-Man Jubilee in exchange for Sabretooth. When Sabretooth arrives, he mauls Caliban's face, who flees the battle. Wolverine, who had left the team after his adamantium was removed by Magneto, returns, and the villain escapes for a fight. This leads to Wolverine stabbing one of his claws into Sabretooth's brain. For other uses, see Hiroshima (disambiguation). ... Charles Francis Xavier, also known as Professor X, is a fictional Marvel Comics superhero, known as the leader and founder of the X-Men. ... The X-Cutioner (Carl Denti) is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. ... The Phalanx are a cybernetic fictional species in the Marvel Comics universe who have come in conflict with the X-Men and related groups on several occasions. ... Wondra (Jubilation Lee, formerly known as Jubilee) is a fictional character, a Marvel Comics superheroine associated with the X-Men. ... Magneto (Eric Magnus Lensherr) is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. ...


The newer, gentler Sabretooth, with brain damage and free from the need for "the glow", was frequently nursed for by X-Force member Boomer; he eventually reveals that he was feigning helplessness, and attacks Boomer. Psylocke saves the young mutant's life, and she uses her psionic knife to disable him. However, this no longer works because of his brain injury from Wolverine, and furthermore, it renders him resistant to telepathic detection and control. Retaliating by nearly killing Psylocke, he is confronted by the X-Men, who manage to incapacitate him. X-Force was a Marvel Comics superhero team, one of many spin-offs of the popular X-Men franchise. ... Tabitha Smith is a fictional character, a comic book superhero in the Marvel Comics universe. ...


He is turned over to the custody of Dr. Valerie Cooper, who fits him with an explosive restraining collar and forces him to participate as a member of the government-sponsored X-Factor team. Creed later admits he was a "sleeper" agent with the mission of executing X-Factor members the government could not control. He eventually escapes, and returns once more to mercenary work. Under unknown circumstances he gains adamantium skeleton and claws, but after his defeat to Wolverine, they are removed by Apocalypse after the long time rivals are captured and forced to fight once more, with the victor to become his new Horseman, Death. Wolverine triumphs, and Apocalypse takes the adamantium from Sabretooth and bonds it to Wolverine. Valerie Val Cooper is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics Universe. ... X-Factor is a comic book series published by Marvel Comics. ... Adamantium is a fictional chemical substance and metal alloy in the Marvel comics universe. ... The Horsemen of Apocalypse are a team of fictional supervillains in the Marvel Universe that serve the ancient mutant Apocalypse as his personal strikeforce. ...


He then joins Mystique's new Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, calling itself the Brotherhood, where he participates in an assassination attempt against Senator Robert Kelly. The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, also known as The Brotherhood and Brotherhood of Mutants, is a Marvel Comics supervillain team devoted to mutant superiority over normal humans. ... Robert Kelly is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. ...


Weapon X and the Brotherhood

Later, he is forced to become a member of a relaunched Weapon X program, where his skeleton is infused with adamantium once more. Sabretooth reveals that by means of genetic enhancement, the Weapon X program has increased his strength and accelerated his healing factor in Wolverine Vol. 2 #166. Eventually he escaped the program again, and resumed working solo. However, he sometimes worked on a team, such as when he worked with several other villains to locate Identity Disc, a record of heroes' secret identities. This ended up being a ruse. Cover of Identity Disc #1 Identity Disc is a 2004 five part limited series published by Marvel Comics. ...


Later, in Canada, he encountered Sasquatch and the newest Wendigo. Sasquatch believes Creed may be responsible for some of the human deaths occurring there. Creed is seen setting traps and acting mysteriously. Sasquatch discovers Sabretooth is playing a twisted mindgame with the Wendigo before attempting to kill it. Sabretooth and the Wendigo fall into the Arctic Sea with Sabretooth biting the Wendigo's neck, and both are presumed dead by Sasquatch. After a fearsome battle in the Arctic Waters, Sabretooth emerged victorious with the hide of the Wendigo. Sasquatch is a fictional character, a superhero in Marvel Comics universe. ... The Wen-Di-Go (or more commonly: Wendigo) is a man-eating creature in Marvel comics that is based on the mythical creature of the same name. ...


Sabretooth would later attack the Xavier Institute, in a revamped Brotherhood consisting of leader Black Tom Cassidy, Mammomax, Avalanche, Exodus, and undercover heroes Nocturne and Juggernaut. Wolverine claims to have killed Sabretooth, spreading him "all over the grass", although Black Tom's plant abilities probably contributed to Sabretooth's survival; he next comes back in "X-Men: The 198 Files". Black Tom Cassidy (Thomas Samuel Eamon Cassidy) is a Marvel Comics supervillain, an enemy of the X-Men, and archenemy of Banshee. ... Mammomax (Maximus Jensen) is a fictional mammoth-shaped human mutant who exists in the Marvel Universe. ... Avalanche (Dominic Szilard Janos Petros) is a Marvel Comics supervillain, an enemy of the X-Men. ... Exodus (Bennet du Paris) is a Marvel Comics supervillain, an enemy of the X-Men. ... Nocturne is a code name used by four separate fictional characters in the Marvel Comics Universe. ... The Juggernaut (Cain Marko) is a fictional comic book supervillain from the Marvel Comics universe. ...


Reluctant alliance with the X-Men

Promotional art for X-Men vol. 2, #189 (Sept. 2006). Art by Chris Bachalo and Tim Townsend.
Promotional art for X-Men vol. 2, #189 (Sept. 2006). Art by Chris Bachalo and Tim Townsend.

In X-Men vol. 2 #188 (Aug. 2006), he was spotted fleeing a mysterious group of superhumans collectively known as The Children. Their reasons for pursuing him remained unknown, but two of them — Sangre and Serafina — were tracking him. Sangre activated a singularity generator that annihilated most of the town and killed all its citizens, except for a little girl whom Serafina deliberately shielded from the destruction so there would be a witness to what had happened. He later encountered two more of the Children — Aguja and Fuego. They attacked him and temporarily neutralized his healing factor, but he managed to escape regardless, only to end up at the Xavier Institute later that night seeking sanctuary. Image File history File linksMetadata Download high-resolution version (479x720, 77 KB) Sabretooth on the cover of X-Men (2nd series) #189. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Download high-resolution version (479x720, 77 KB) Sabretooth on the cover of X-Men (2nd series) #189. ... Chris Bachalo (born August 23,1965) is an American comic book illustrator known for his quirky, cartoon-like style. ... The Children of the Vault are a group of superhuman beings with Spanish codenames. ... Sangre is a super villain in the Marvel Comics Universe, most notably as a member of the Children of the Vault. ... Serafina is a super villain in the Marvel Comics Universe, most notably as a member of the Children of the Vault. ... Aguja is a super villain in the Marvel Comics Universe, most notably as a member of the Children of the Vault. ... Fuego is a super villain in the Marvel Comics Universe, most notably as a member of the Children of the Vault. ...


It is revealed that the Children are after Creed because he has seen them and knows who they are, while the public believed the X-Men destroyed the town. It is only when Rogue, the leader of the team, injected Nano-Sentinels into Sabretooth's blood that they take him along with their fight against the Children, a factor that one of the Children exploited. At one point, Cannonball saved his life during the battle. Sabretooth rewards him with some inside information: "The first time you turn your back, you're dead." Following the incident on Providence, Creed escaped the X-Men, but was hurled into the middle of the Pacific Ocean by Cable. Rogue (Anna Marie[1]) is a Marvel Comics superheroine, a member of the X-Men. ... Cannonball (Samuel Zachary Guthrie) is a fictional Marvel Comics superhero, associated with the X-Men. ...


Mike Carey on Sabretooth's team role

Writer Mike Carey noted he has no plans on redeeming Sabretooth, saying, "I’m not going to try and show a heroic side to Sabretooth’s nature; I’m not going to retcon him so that there are reasons for his actions that make him forgivable. The things he’s done are not forgivable and he can’t be redeemed. I’m not making him into a hero; I’m making him into a team member and there are reasons within the first storyline as to why he ends up fighting alongside the X-Men against another enemy. And there are reasons why it’s not so easy to simply shake him off again afterwards. There are things that are going on that will sort of unfold during the first year of my run which explain his being there and explain his being accepted with very, very grave misgivings into the team."[3] Mike Carey is the writer of the Eisner Award nominated Lucifer and Hellblazer, comic book titles published by the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics. ... Retroactive continuity – commonly contracted to the portmanteau word retcon – refers to the act of changing previously established details of a fictional setting, often without providing an explanation for the changes within the context of that setting. ...


Evolution

Sabretooth renews his rivalry with Wolverine following the latter's return to the X-Mansion. A fight soon breaks out with Wolverine tossing Sabretooth through a window. During the fight, Wolverine thinks back to the time when Sabretooth had, supposedly, killed and raped Silver Fox. He remembers Sabretooth saying "quod sum eris" and asks what it means. Sabretooth explains that it means "I am what you will be." Wolverine loses control and calls Sabretooth insane before placing his fist against Sabretooth's throat. Creed tells him if he extracts his claws, he will rip his heart out. Wolverine replies "Let 'er rip" and pops his claws into Sabretooth's throat.[3] Wolverine regains consciousness and finds himself chained to the roof of the Blackbird. He quickly breaks free of the chains and is surprised to find Sabretooth piloting the jet. Wolverine breaks into the cockpit and begins choking Sabretooth with one of the chains and causes him to crash. Image File history File links Broom_icon. ... Silver Fox is a fictional character, a mutant in the Marvel Comics universe. ... X-Jet in the 2006 film X-Men: The Last Stand. ...


The two emerge from the flaming wreckage and, while healing from the injuries sustained in the crash, begin fighting once again until separated by a lightning bolt, courtesy of Wolverine's former teammate and current Queen of Wakanda, Storm.[4] A short time later Sabretooth is chained up in the royal palace of Wakanda and complains to Wolverine, Storm, and the Black Panther. Sabretooth snaps the chains and escapes into the jungle, with the Panther quickly giving chase. The Panther catches up to Sabretooth and the two begin to fight, with Sabretooth quickly gaining the upper hand. He holds the Panther off the ground by the neck, preparing to strike a killing blow, when Wolverine suddenly appears and slices off Sabretooth's right hand.[5] Wakanda is a fictional nation in the Marvel Universe. ... This article is about the X-Men character. ... The Black Panther (TChalla) is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe who is the first modern Black superhero. ...


Death

Recently, a clandestine operation, under the command of the mysterious being known as Romulus, regresses Sabretooth's intelligence to little more than a wild animal with almost no ability to reason or use language.[6] After Sabretooth kills Feral, Wolverine tracks him down and cuts off his arm and head with the Muramasa Blade, a sword forged with part of Wolverine's own soul.[7] The sword, aside from being highly durable, has the supernatural property of creating wounds that greatly nullify the efficiency of an accelerated healing factor[8]. Romulus is a Marvel Comics supervillain. ... Feral (Maria Callasantos) is a fictional comic book superhero in the Marvel Comics universe, most recognizably associated as a member of the New Mutants and X-Force. ... Swiss longsword, 15th or 16th century Look up Sword in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... For other uses, see Supernatural (disambiguation). ...


Reborn/X-Force

Creed has been seen being dug up by Purifiers and brought back by Magus in preview pages of X-Force #3.[9]


Origin of Sabretooth

Chris Claremont had meant for Sabretooth to be Wolverine's father, though this was disproven by subsequent writers. Claremont, when asked what he had intended to be the relationship between Wolverine and Sabretooth, stated:

Father and son. That's why Sabretooth always considered Logan "sloppy seconds" to his "original" / "real deal." The other critical element in my presentation of their relationship was that, in their whole life, Logan has never defeated Sabretooth in a knock-down, drag-out, kill-or-be-killed berserker fight. By the same token, on every one of his birthdays, Sabretooth has always managed to find him, no matter where Logan was or what he was doing, and come within an inch of killing him. For no other reason than to remind him that he could."[10]

In Wolverine Vol. 2 #42, tests done by S.H.I.E.L.D. confirmed that Sabretooth and Wolverine were not father and son. S.H.I.E.L.D. (originally an acronym for Supreme Headquarters, International Espionage, Law-Enforcement Division, changed in 1991 to Strategic Hazard Intervention, Espionage and Logistics Directorate) is a fictional counterterrorism and intelligence agency in the Marvel Universe that often deals with superhuman threats. ...

Dog Logan resembles Sabretooth.

In the limited series, Origin, Wolverine's possible half-brother Dog Logan was introduced. As an adult, the character appeared somewhat like Sabretooth, but with facial scars. Like other characters in the series, this encounter with a similar character reinforces Wolverine's feelings in the present, i.e. hate. The writer, Paul Jenkins, stated in interviews that he personally had not intended Dog to be Sabretooth.[11] Image File history File links Dog_tooth. ... Image File history File links Dog_tooth. ... The limited series is a term referring to a comic book series with a set finite number of issues. ... Cover to Origin #2. ... Dog Logan is a fictional character from Marvel Comics that appeared in the limited series Origin (co-written by Bill Jemas, Paul Jenkins and Joe Quesada, drawn by Andy Kubert). ...


Powers and abilities

Sabretooth is a mutant with a number of both natural and artificial improvements to his physiology. His primary mutant power is an accelerated healing ability that allows him to regenerate damaged or destroyed areas of his body far beyond the capabilities of an ordinary human. He can regenerate organs such as missing eyes and large portions of flesh. Like Wolverine, Sabretooth's healing powers have been depicted with variable degrees of contradiction by numerous comic book writers. Some writers have depicted him healing from severe burns covering most of his body, gunshots, slashes, and puncture wounds within moments to minutes. However, others have depicted him healing from similar, or even less severe, injuries over the course of hours to days. All of Sabretooth's natural mutant attributes stem from, at least partially, his accelerated healing factor. This "healing factor" also grants immunity to most toxins and diseases. The unique regenerative qualities of his healing powers retards Sabretooth's natural aging process. While he is of an unknown advanced age, Sabretooth has the appearance and vitality of a man in his physical prime.


Sabretooth possesses superhumanly acute senses that are comparable to those possessed by certain animals. Sabretooth is able to see objects, with greater clarity, at much greater distances than an ordinary human. His sight is enhanced to the point that he can see with this same level of clarity in almost complete darkness, just like a nocturnal cat. This may be in part a result of being able to see into the infrared and ultraviolet portions of the spectrum. His sense of hearing is enhanced in a similar manner, allowing him to hear sounds that humans cannot. Sabretooth is able to use his highly developed sense of smell to track targets by scent. He is able to track targets with an impressive degree of success, even if the scent has been eroded by certain natural factors, such as weather conditions. For other uses, see Infrared (disambiguation). ... For other uses, see Ultraviolet (disambiguation). ...


Many of Sabretooth's natural physical attributes are beyond human levels. He possesses some degree of superhuman strength, the exact limits of which are unknown. Originally, he could crush an iron barbell with ease.[12] Sabretooth's physical strength has been artificially enhanced at least twice. Sabretooth receives his first strength enhancement from his now deceased son, Graydon Creed[13] Sabretooth's strength is further enhanced later after joining the latest incarnation of the Weapon X Program.[14] His mutant healing factor grants him superhuman stamina. He can push himself at peak capacity for several days before fatigue begins to affect him. His agility and reflexes are enhanced to levels that are beyond the human body's natural limits. Graydon Creed is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. ...


Sabretooth's physical appearance also displays animal-like mutations, including sharper-than-normal teeth with two pronounced canines and retractable claws where ordinary humans have fingernails. His eyes are supposed to be depicted as Amber without visible pupils, as this was noted by the Foreigner as something that caused him to stand out. However, colorists have also depicted his eyes with red, blue, grey, brown, or hazel irises. Ordinarily, his teeth and claws, even before being laced with adamantium, are durable enough to rend substances as hard as human bone.


At times, Sabretooth's skeleton and claws have been molecularly laced with the indestructible metal adamantium by Apocalypse, who later removed it and bonded it to Wolverine's bones. Later the Weapon X program bonds adamantium to his bones once more. However, Sabretooth does not have adamantium connective tissues in his joints and wrists, only adamantium bones, therefore his limbs can be severed as can be seen in a recent confrontation with the Black Panther in which Wolverine intervened and cut off one of Sabretooth's hands at the area where the wrist bends. According to the Official Marvel website, Sabretooth still possesses an adamantium skeleton. Even without the adamantium enhanced edge, Sabretooth's claws are capable of cutting most conventional materials including flesh, bone, wood, stone, and some types of metals. This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Adamantium is a fictional chemical substance and metal alloy in the Marvel comics universe. ... Apocalypse (En Sabah Nur) is a fictional comic book supervillain in the Marvel Comics Universe. ...


Skills

Sabretooth is an excellent hand to hand combatant, having been trained by various organizations such as the CIA, Weapon X, the Foreigner, and HYDRA. He is also an expert hunter and tracker, even without the use of his heightened senses. Sabretooth also has developed a high resistance to telepathic probing and manipulation. Although his extreme arrogance and bestial nature give him the appearance of stupidity, he is actually quite intelligent. He routinely hacks into government databases to steal classified information, and has escaped the highest levels of incarceration. CIA redirects here. ... The Foreigner is a fictional comic book character in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Baron Strucker, retconned founder of HYDRA, wearing the HYDRA logo on his chest. ... This article is about computing. ... A typical classified document. ...


Other versions

House of M

In the House of M alternate reality created by Scarlet Witch, Sabretooth is a messenger/assassin sent by Magneto to deliver a threat to Black Panther. After a short fight, Black Panther decapitates Sabretooth with a vibranium sword, then returns the head to Magneto. It is unknown as to whether or not the head was reunited with the body at a later stage, but this seems unlikely due to later events.


Age of Apocalypse and the Exiles

In an alternate universe in Marvel comics depicted in the Age of Apocalypse storyline and the Exiles comics, there is a vastly different version of Sabretooth. This version of the character has the same origin as the one in the normal continuity, but has a different moral alignment. He is actually one of the X-Men and a role model for other mutants in this alternate reality. This Sabretooth was initially a villain, having been recruited by Apocalypse, but he was cast out as a traitor when he expressed moral reservations about using nuclear weapons to wipe out the world's human population. Apocalypse intended to kill Sabretooth along side the X-Men, but was thwarted by Magneto. Sabretooth came back into Apocalypse's fold and took part in a number of cullings, but he eventually grew disgusted by his life and rebelled against Holocaust, for which he was imprisoned alongside the feral Wildchild. Instead of becoming a feral killer, like Holocaust intended, Sabretooth defeated Wildchild and became his master and protector. Together, the two escaped and joined the X-Men afterwards. He became a hero and an ally of Wolverine, and even adopted a young girl, Blink, as his daughter. In the Exiles comic, he spent decades in an alternate dimension raising mutant children, attempting to teach them ethics and tolerance, without incident. It is reasonably certain he is not of the same immoral constitution as Victor Creed in the normal "mainstream" continuity. The Age of Apocalypse is a popular X-Men story arc. ... The Exiles are a group of fictional comic book characters from Marvel Comics. ... Holocaust (also known as Nemesis) is a supervillain from the X-Men series of comic books published by Marvel Comics. ... Wild Child (Kyle Gibney) alternately spelled Wildchild and also known as Weapon Omega and Wildheart, is a fictional character appearing Marvel Comics publications. ... For other uses, see Hero (disambiguation). ... For other uses, see Adoption (disambiguation). ... Blink (Clarice Ferguson) is a Marvel Comics superheroine featured in various X-Men-related series. ... For other uses, see Ethics (disambiguation). ...


When the "Age of Apocalypse" timeline was nearly destroyed, Sabretooth became the leader of the extra-dimensional band of characters who slide into alternate realities, known as Weapon X. For a time he was also the leader of their counterpart team, the Exiles, and remains with the team to this day. This version of Sabretooth has no adamantium in his skeleton, but is still superhumanly strong and possesses a regenerative healing factor. In this alternate reality, Sabretooth has gained control of his feral tendencies, which has granted him a higher level of self-discipline and therefore greater competence than the one in the normal Marvel continuity, who is conventionally "evil." This article is about the reality-jumping Weapon X, for the supersoldier program see Weapon X Weapon X is a team of comic book anti-heroes created by Judd Winick for the comic book Exiles. ... For other uses, see Evil (disambiguation). ...


When Sabretooth decided to leave Weapon X, he stayed behind in a dimension to make sure that a young boy would not be corrupted by his near-omnipotent powers. However, the boy turned evil anyway, despite Sabretooth's best efforts. When he was recruited by the Timebroker into the Exiles, Blink's personality became incredibly docile and subservient to Creed. Sabretooth gladly took the leadership role from Blink, a fact that Mimic clashed with him over multiple times. He continues to assist the Exiles in the race to catch Proteus. He survived being teleported into outer space by Blink (albeit by accident). After Proteus' defeat, Sabretooth stayed with the team to help fix the multiverse. Omnipotence (literally, all power) is power with no limits or inexhaustible, in other words, unlimited power. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Blink (Clarice Ferguson) is a Marvel Comics superheroine featured in various X-Men-related series. ... Mimic (real name: Calvin Montgomery Rankin) is a Marvel Comics fictional character who was briefly a member of the X-Men. ...


Later, when the Exiles must defeat the Silver Surfer, this version temporarily becomes a Herald of Galactus. He uses the powers he'd gained to maul the Silver Surfer, then after he no longer needed it he returned the Power Cosmic to Galactus. This article is about the comic book character. ...


At Sabretooth's request, Heather unhinges Psylocke from Earth-616 to join the Exiles in Power Princess' place as she might be their only chance if Proteus ever resurfaces. However, upon arrival, she clashes with Sabretooth, thinking him to be the 616 Sabretooth that nearly killed her twice. They fight for a while, but eventually Psylocke catches on to the fact that Sabretooth is not there for a fight and Morph intervenes and makes an introduction. Surprisingly, Psylocke cannot be detected by any of Panoptichron's cameras. Heather teleports Morph, Sabretooth, and Psylocke down to Earth #1720 to save the other Exiles, who are beaten or brainwashed, courtesy of this world's Madame Hydra, Sue Storm. He and the other Exiles save their brainwashed friends after fighting them. Sabretooth then returns to an empty Panoptichron. He and Psylocke have been getting closer since their fight. Psylocke (Elizabeth Betsy Braddock, sometimes misspelled, even in the published comics, as Elisabeth) is a Marvel Comics superhero, sister to Captain Britain, and often associated with the X-Men. ... Zarda, more commonly known as Power Princess, is a fictional Marvel Comics character. ... “Invisible Girl” redirects here. ...


Earth X

In another alternate reality, Earth X, Sabretooth was a member of a Hominid race of half-men, half-beast creatures known as the Bear Clan (along with the Wendigo spirit), who were staunch opponents of the Moon Clan, of which Wolverine was a member (along with Wildchild, Sasquatch, and Beast). Earth X Hardcover (2005), written by Jim Krueger cover by Alex Ross This article is about the Marvel Comics miniseries Earth X and its sequels. ... Wild Child (Kyle Gibney) alternately spelled Wildchild and also known as Weapon Omega and Wildheart, is a fictional character appearing Marvel Comics publications. ... For other uses, see Beast (disambiguation). ...


However, as said before this story takes place in an alternate future, and thus is not canon in the mainstream Marvel Universe.


Ultimate Sabretooth

Ultimate Sabretooth.
Ultimate Sabretooth.

In the Ultimate Marvel Universe Sabretooth is a mutant soldier and commando for Weapon X, under the direction of a man by the name of Colonel Wraith, who referred to him as "a poor man's Wolverine". He appears to be the only mutant who enlisted in the program by choice, due to his high-ranking position and his high authority in the operations. He is practically the same as the Earth-616 version of Sabretooth, having accelerated healing and keen senses, with the exception that he has four adamantium claws surgically implanted in his arms in an attempt to one-up Wolverine after having many failures in the service of Weapon X. One of the adamantium claws implanted in his left forearm is broken.[15] Exactly how and when this occurred has not been revealed. He has a burning hatred for Wolverine and also, as he stated in his encounter with him at Weapon X, for the primitive Homo sapiens. He feels that his cruel, psychopathic nature was merely a natural part of being a mutant. When Magneto attempted to destroy the world so that he could eradicate humans, Sabretooth asked him to kill as few animals as possible. The various characters of the Ultimate Marvel Universe, as seen on the cover of Ultimates (v2) #12. ... The tone or style of this article or section may not be appropriate for Wikipedia. ... In the fictional Marvel Universe, Earth-616 or Earth 616 is the name used to identify the primary continuity in which most Marvel Comics titles take place. ... Adamantium is a fictional chemical substance and metal alloy in the Marvel comics universe. ... This article is about modern humans. ...


He cruelly boasts of murdering Wolverine's wife and child, and then commenced battle with him outside the Weapon X compound. He initially had the upper hand, but Wolverine managed to score a critical hit, a stab to Sabretooth's groin, before driving him off the edge of a cliff.


Following Sabretooth's loss to Wolverine, the Weapon X program was dismantled with Colonel Wraith being shot dead by Nick Fury. Sabretooth did not die from his encounter with Wolverine, but rather returned as a high-ranking follower to Magneto in the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. His encounter with Wolverine while with the Brotherhood was his final underestimation of his old enemy. After boasting that he can survive any wound or injury, and would always return to fight and haunt Wolverine, Wolverine gives a vicious retort: he decapitates Sabretooth on the spot, although the panel was partially covered, so that the full effect of the injury was not visible. General Nicholas Joseph Nick Fury is a fictional military officer, Gulf War veteran and spy, featured in Marvel Comics. ... Magneto (Eric Magnus Lensherr) is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. ... Decapitation (from Latin, caput, capitis, meaning head), or beheading, is the removal of a living organisms head. ...


Sabretooth was long thought dead until he recently resurfaced one night when Wolverine and Storm were leaving Nowhere Special (a Pool hall). He is alive and well sporting a new scar around his neck, apparently from the 'decapitation' he received from Wolverine when they last met. Sabretooth explains that his head had remained partially attached to his body via strands of tissue and blood vessels, which allowed him to survive in a comatose state while his body regenerated. He also made one startling revelation: Wolverine is his biological father. Sabretooth then attempts to obtain a tissue sample so that Dr. Cornelius can clone a new Wolverine. A pool halll is a place where people get together for playing pool, snooker or billiards. ... Doctor Cornelius was first mentioned in Barry Windsor-Smiths eight page preview prequel chapter to the original Weapon X Saga in Marvel Comics Presents #72 but only first appeared in Marvel Comics Presents #73. ...


Sabretooth made a one-panel cameo in the Magical arc, standing outside the Xavier Institute while hiding behind a tree, with a look of sorrow on his face.


During the beginning of the "Aftermath" arc, Sabretooth tells Wolverine that he is Wolverine's son. He also wants to help Wolverine search for his wife, Sabretooth's mother,although Wolverine claims that his scent proves that this is not true [[4]]


He is set to appear in the Ultimates 3 as a member of Magneto's Brotherhood. He is solicited to fight against Captain America. His appearance has changed to a more bestial appearance, akin to a beast. It is unknown whether he retains his adamantium claws.[citation needed] Members of the Ultimates, on the cover of The Ultimates is a comic book published by Marvel Comics, part of the Ultimate Marvel line featuring classic Marvel Universe characters re-imagined for a modern audience. ... In addition to his mainstream incarnation, Magneto has had been depicted in other fictional universes. ... The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, also known as The Brotherhood and Brotherhood of Mutants, is a Marvel Comics supervillain team devoted to mutant superiority over normal humans. ... This article is about the superhero. ...


In other media

Television

The character has also appeared in the X-Men and X-Men: Evolution animated series, voiced by Don Francks and Michael Donovan, respectively. In all three incarnations, Sabretooth was depicted as a button man for Magneto. In the mainstream comics, however, Sabretooth and Magneto have never come together in any real capacity. In the second season episode of the first X-Men animated series entitled Beauty and the Beast, Sabretooth's name is said to be Graydon Creed, Sr. rather than Victor Creed. X-Men is an American animated series which debuted on October 31, 1992 on the Fox Network as part of its Fox Kids Saturday morning lineup. ... X-Men: Evolution is an animated series containing the original cast of X-Men, mostly depicted as teenagers and some as adults. ... Animated series redirects here. ... Don Francks or Iron Buffalo (born February 28, 1932 in Vancouver, British Columbia) is a legendary Canadian actor, vocalist and jazz musician. ... Michael David Donovan is a voice actor for many TV shows and anime. ...


Film

Liev Schreiber as Sabretooth in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

Sabretooth was portrayed by Tyler Mane in the X-Men motion picture released in 2000, but was blown through the head of the Statue of Liberty by Cyclops following a brief battle with Wolverine, and has not been seen in either of the sequels. Image File history File links Exiles Sabretooth This image is the cover of an individual issue of a comic book. ... Image File history File links Exiles Sabretooth This image is the cover of an individual issue of a comic book. ... Liev Schreiber (born October 4, 1967) is a Tony Award-winning American actor. ... Tyler Mane (born 23 October 1966) is a Canadian actor and former professional wrestler who worked for World Championship Wrestling as Big Sky and Nitro. ... X-Men is a 2000 superhero film based upon the fictional characters the X-Men. ... For other monuments to freedom, see Monument of Liberty. ... For other uses, see Cyclops (disambiguation). ...


According to the official Novelization of the film X2: X-Men United and the comic book prequel tie-in, Sabretooth survived the incident, was the subject of an international manhunt, and had a brief confrontation with Logan to talk about their shared history. X2 is a 2003 superhero film based on the fictional characters the X-Men. ...


Liev Schreiber is set to portray him in the upcoming X-Men Origins: Wolverine set to be released in 2009[16], the story of which will deal with the pair's shared history. Liev Schreiber (born October 4, 1967) is a Tony Award-winning American actor. ... 2009 (MMIX) will be a common year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


Video games

In X-Men: The Official Game, Sabretooth serves as the first and final boss for Wolverine. He first appears as a hologram in the Danger Room, then fully appears near the final act with Magneto and is sent into the Master Mold to retrieve Jason Stryker for Magneto's Brotherhood. He has a rematch with Wolverine inside the gigantic Sentinel factory, and is once again defeated when Wolverine impales him and has him fall to his presumed death. Sabretooth's name as well appears in Stryker's base above a cell door, a nod to fans of the character, as in the comics, Sabretooth was rumored at the time to be receiving adamantium claws like Wolverine. Master Mold is a fictional character, a robot supervillain in the Marvel Universe. ...


Sabretooth appears in X2: Wolverine's Revenge.


Sabretooth appears in X-Men Legends and its sequel, X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse (PC version has a playable version) voiced by Peter Lurie. He is a member of the Brotherhood of Mutants. Sabretooth's appearance in X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse is something of a continuity enigma, in that he has the demeanor and backstory of 616 Sabretooth, physical appearance of Ultimate Sabretooth, and at the same time plays a nurturing father role to Blink, ala the Age of Apocalypse/Exiles Sabretooth. X-Men Legends is an action role-playing game released on several consoles in 2004. ... Peter Hill Lurie (born January 16, 1962) is an American voice actor who is best known as the English voice of Vulcan Raven in the video game Metal Gear Solid. ...


Sabretooth appears in the Capcom fighting games X-Men vs. Street Fighter and Marvel vs. Capcom 2. For the original NASA meaning, see capsule communicator. ... X-Men vs. ...


On April 26, 2007, Sabertooth was released as a playable character for the multiplatform game Marvel: Ultimate Alliance as part of the Villain Pack. AoA Sabretooth and Ultimate Sabretooth are alternate costumes of Sabretooth. He has special dialogue with Deathbird and Gladiator, both of whom seem to mistake him for Wolverine. Deathbird (Calsyee Neramani) is a Marvel Comics supervillainess, an adversary of the X-Men. ...


Footnotes

  1. ^ X-Men vol.2 #5 (Feb. 1992)
  2. ^ Wolverine vol.2 #10
  3. ^ Wolverine vol.3 #50
  4. ^ Wolverine vol.3 #51
  5. ^ Wolverine vol.3 #53
  6. '^ Wolverine vol.3 #54 (Aug. 2007)
  7. ^ Black Blade (Muramasa Sword)
  8. ^ Wolverine vol.3 #55 (Sept. 2007)
  9. ^ [1]
  10. ^ [2]
  11. ^ Archive copy at the Internet Archive
  12. ^ Uncanny X-Men vol1. #213
  13. ^ Sabretooth: Death Hunt #1
  14. ^ Weapon X vol.2 #4
  15. ^ Ultimate X-Men #12 (Jan. 2002)
  16. ^ Reynolds, will.i.am join 'Wolverine' - Entertainment News, Film News, Media - Variety

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References

  • The Root Cellar v2.xx
  • Knightmare6.com; Sabretooth FAQ
  • Mutant High; Sabretooth Profile
  • Uncanny X-Men; Sabretooth Profile
  • June 2002 Interview with Paul Jenkins
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Sabretooth's memories have been tampered with by clandestine organizations such as Weapon X and so much of what appears to be his past is not of credible account.
Sabretooth was approached by Scalphunter, who had already killed Creed's employer, and received a large sum of money both as a compesation for the employer's death and also because the White Devil himself wanted to employ Sabretooth as his one of his enforcers.
Sabretooth was a member of the mutant team of mercenaries known as the Marauders, under the employment of Mr.
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Sabretooth was apparently consumed by Psi-Borg, but re-emerged later, with some of his memory implants removed, thanks to the telepath.
Then Sabretooth was part of the Brotherhood's attack on the X-Mansion, and after throwing a student through a window, got into a melee with Wolverine, who appeared to have dismembered him.
Sabretooth revealed that by means of genetic enhancement the Weapon X program increased his strength and accelerated his healing factor in Wolverine Vol.
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