|X-23 | Comics|
He set up Kinney to be killed by X-23 with a "trigger scent" and in her dying breath she named the clone “Laura”. She became a weapon, killed many folks, escaped The Facility and then goes to seek out Wolverine. Then Captain America and Matt Murdock comes to take her in but eventually sets her free to avoid S.H.I.E.L.D.'s exploitation of her.
She ended up on streets living as a prostitute but then welcomed by the X-Men in Xavier Institute. When New X-Men was formed, she joined the team with Elixr, Hellion, Mercury, Prodigy, Rockslide and Surge. She teamed-up with Spider-Man, became Captain Universe for a while, helped destroy cyborg Nimrod, bested her handler Kimura several times, defeated Lady Deathstrike during Messiah CompleX.
Then she enrolled to the X-Force team, fought the Hulk, made an uneasy alliance with Daken against Mr. Sinister, aided the Future Foundation and finally became a part of Avengers Academy. She also formed the “Circle of Four” with Ghost Rider, Red Hulk and Venom against Blackheart. Following the “Death of Wolverine” she took the mantle of her mentor to honor his memory.
For more information on X-23 comics series, you can check out these links below.
X-23 (Comics) Wikipedia
X-23 (Comics) Marvel Wikia
|The Perfect Killing Machine|
Here is your links to buy "X-23" comics from Marvel Comics on Amazon.
X-23 – Innocence Lost
X-23 – The Complete Collection Vol 01
NYX – Wannabe (Softcover)
NYX – Wannabe (Hardcover)
NYX/X-23 – Innocence Lost
New X-Men – Childhood’s End Vol 01 – Childhood’s End
Marvel Team-Up Vol 03 – League of Losers
New X-Men – Childhood’s End Vol 02 – Crusade
New X-Men – Childhood’s End Vol 03 – Nimrod
New X-Men – Childhood’s End Vol 04 – Mercury Falling
X-23 – Target X
World War Hulk – X-Men
New X-Men – Childhood’s End Vol 05 – The Quest for Magik
X-Men – Messiah CompleX (Softcover)
X-Men – Messiah CompleX (Hardcover)
X-Force Vol 01 – Angels and Demons
NYX – No Way Home (Softcover)
NYX – No Way Home (Hardcover)
X-Force/Cable – Messiah War
Hulk Vol 04 – Hulk Vs. X-Force
X-23 Vol 01 – The Killing Dream
Daken/X-23 – Collision
X-23 Vol 02 – Chaos Theory
X-23 Vol 03 – Don't Look Back (Softcover)
X-23 Vol 03 – Don't Look Back (Hardcover)
X-23 – The Complete Collection Vol 02
Venom – Circle of Four
All-New X-Men – All-Different
Guardians of the Galaxy/All-New X-Men – The Trial of Jean Grey
All-New X-Men – One Down
Death of Wolverine – The Logan Legacy
All-New Wolverine Vol 01 – The Four Sisters
Originally created by Craig Kyle and Chris Yost for a TV series, prior to her debut in comics in 2004, X-23 is a fictional Marvel Comics character who is a clone of another popular protagonist; Wolverine. X-23 was a part of many X-Men based crossover and stories like Innocence Lost, Target X, The Killing Dream, NYX, Decimation, Mercury Falling, World War Hulk, Quest for Magik, League of Losers, Messiah War and Second Coming.
|Her Father's Legacy|
She was one of the Wolverines just like Daken, Lady Deathstrike, Mystique and Sabretooth. Although she is a clone of Wolverine, it is shown in the 2005 limited series X-Men – Age of Apocalypse while further exploring the alternate reality of Age of Apocalypse that she is actually the daughter of Wolverine and Jean Grey of that timeline.
Aside from her many notable comic-book appearance, X-23 also appeared on two animated series X-Men – Evolution and Wolverine and the X-Men on TV. The character would also appear in the upcoming 2017 film Logan in her very first live-action appearance, portrayed by Dafne Keen. But since her role is only titled “Laura” and not “X-23”, it is still unclear what part she will end up playing.
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