The Fastball Special has been a popular tactic for years, and the same value for the move is not lost on Wolverine.
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Being one of Marvel’s top superheroes comes with revealing a lot of different styles and tricks. Being part of a high-level superhero multiplayer only serves to expand someone’s abilities, and you may not be a more capable hero than Wolverine. Along with the rest of the best heroes on Earth, Wolverine finds himself locked in a battle with his closest friends, all at the command of the Phoenix Force so that he can find a proper host to our world. While everyone is waiting for the power that comes with housing the cosmic entity, Wolverine has worked almost the entire length of his career for just this level.
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One of the most iconic moves throughout X-Men’s history as a team is definitely the Fastball Special. The classical movement is one of the earliest examples of “Mutant Technology,” or the combination of special powers that have a special and powerful cooperation with each other. While that may sound technical, all it boils down to in this case is a strong person throwing a very sharp man. Not only did Wolverine and Colossus create the move but it was much enjoyed by both readers and their comic book characters, as can be seen from the almost silly number that the Fastball Special has hired by other heroes. throughout the Marvel Universe.
Through the trials the Phoenix put the Avengers through, Logan ‘s thoughts are clearly focused on the opportunities that lie ahead. As he races through the woods outside Chernobyl, shooting through the vampires that creep between the trees with the power of the Phoenix Force, Logan reflects on all the people he has seen suffer with the Phoenix and his whims. It feels like he’s watched other people being shot by the Phoenix where he would otherwise have been wounded, but he understands just how bad her everyone else wants that power too. As he says to himself before entering the battle against the Black Panther, “No one wants to fly … Why do you think Colossus is always throwing me around? “
As funny as the thought may be, there is a lot of truth behind it. The urge for power is something that almost everyone has, and as powerful as Wolverine can be, there are some things that he cannot do – that is fly. Being thrown through the air at two hundred miles per hour may be a good substitute, and there is no argument for the effectiveness of a good Fastball Special no matter who is working for it, but for -really it is a power that a man of the right mind would never turn down. If things go to Logan, he will not need any help in that area for a long time. Then again, it may come to a few people themselves, considering how the Phoenix will tend to handle their hosts.
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