Memorial Day 2018: Honoring the fallen superheroes

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Logan spent his entire life fighting. As soon as he and his brother Victor were old enough to fight in a war, they did. Victor may have been fighting for the thrill, but Logan was fighting because it was the right thing to do. This usually meant that he’d end up in a bad situation like being in Japan when the United States dropped the bomb or getting shot because Victor wanted to push himself on a woman.

As time went on, Logan joined the X-Men and became one of their most valuable members. If not for him, the X-Men would have died on more than just a few occasions. His biggest moment came during Logan.

Logan has always been protective of kids. Partially because he wants them to have the life that he couldn’t. I Logan, he died so the young mutants could escape and live their lives. Even though most of the audience knew that he was going to die, it was still sad watching Logan breathe his last breaths while he was holding X-23’s hand. Logan could have given up the girl in the beginning of the movie. She had no real attachment to her. Logan knew he could make a difference so he chose to do so.