Re: Is orgins still apart of the timeline now?
I wish they never even adopted the bone claw idea cinematically. Something about it is very uninspired to me. The only reason it exists is because comics needed to maintain his signature weapons (and the postures that come with only that and potential sales) after Magneto stripped him off his adamantium. I think it takes some of the pain off his painful past when those who experimented on him simply coated his already lethal claws with adamantium, as opposed to reinforcing him with completely alien objects that are not even remotely a part of his natural physiology, held together by the miracle of his healing factor, therefore turning an already deadly agent into an even deadlier animal, something he tried his best to turn away from, making it all the more tragic.
Alan Moore on comics:
They've lost a lot of their original innocence, and they can't get that back. And, they're stuck, it seems, in this kind of depressive ghetto of grimness and psychosis. I'm not too proud of being the author of that regrettable trend.