Unlike the heroics of his mutant healing factor kin Wolverine, Sabretooth‘s thirst for blood is that of a wild savage beast. His mutation altered his physical appearance, giving him features of a carnivorous animal. Out of fear from his unstable parents, Sabretooth suffered a cruel and abusive childhood. Because of this, Sabretooth became a mentally unstable, feral beast that kills mercilessly and brutally for personal satisfaction. His acts of serial killings categorized him as one of Marvel Comics most dangerous villains.
Because of his mutation, Sabretooth is an excellent survivalist. His mutant abilities are similar to the predatory animals of the forest. He can survive in subzeroÂ temperatures, track down prey items via super enhanced senses: scent and night vision. Just imagine if humans had these animalistic abilities.Â WeÂ could live efficiently in the wilderness without the common worries like lack of fire materials to cook meat, heating, light, sense of direction or location. Let’s not forget, the healing factor would protect against all potential threats against the body internally or externally, giving humans extended lifespans….
Sabretooth made his live appearances in X-Men and X-Men Origins: Wolverine. ManyÂ comics fans would agree that Tyler Mane‘s portrayal of SabretoothÂ was a better choice than Liev Schreiber, mainly due to physical appearance. Sabretooth is known to be physically superior to Wolverine as shown throughout the comics and in the 2000 X-Men film. In X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Sabretooth was overpoweredÂ by the adamantium enhanced Wolverine, which brought confusion among comic fans. Who do you think was the better Sabretooth?
Comic Multiverse fan favorite artwork of Sabretooth goes to DeviantArt artist: allengeneta. Check out more of his artwork!