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Wolf is a wolf that was freed from the control of the Brain and Monsieur Mallah by Superboy; after the mission was completed, he was taken home with Superboy and the rest of the Team.[3] He sometimes accompanies the Team on missions.[4]

Physical appearance

Wolf is a large white wolf native to northern India. He was enhanced with Kobra-Venom by the Brain that made him stronger to the point that he could go toe-to-toe with Superboy. Like most Kobra-Venom subjects he has areas of muscle exposed by torn skin, but they are limited to the insides of his legs.[3]


Early life

Wolf was originally a normal wolf and pack alpha in northern India. Some time prior to September 23, 2010, he and his pack were kidnapped by the Brain's gorilla servant Monsieur Mallah and taken back to their lab. Once there, he was injected with Kobra-Venom and given a power inhibitor collar to keep him under control.[3]


Northern India
September 23, 21:36 IST

Wolf and other enhanced animals participated in a coordinated attack on the Team. Wolf and his pack targeted Superboy. Once freed of his inhibitor collar, he participated in the assault on the Brain's compound. After the fight, Superboy adopted him as a pet. Kid Flash suggested the name "Krypto", but Superboy stuck with the generic "Wolf".[3]

Mount Justice
September 26, 10:00 EDT

Wolf was present when Batman assigned the Team to stop the Brain's Kobra-Venom operation in Bwunda.[5]

September 26, 20:11 CAT

Wolf and the Team trekked through the jungle towards the Brain's compound. They were ambushed by a group of Kobra-Venom enhanced gorillas. Wolf helped fight them, but the Team was quickly defeated and fitted with inhibitor collars. The last Team member standing, Wolf stared at Gorilla Grodd for a moment before walking away.[5]

"Gorilla City"
September 27, 00:00 CAT

Wolf was there when Grodd, Solovar, Primat and Boka ended their telepathic conference with Miss Martian and returned her to the physical world; a Gorilla City hut. Later, Wolf pretended to be Grodd's unconscious prisoner and was brought to the Brain and Ultra-Humanite. After the Team had freed themselves, Wolf stood ready to attack. When the fight began, Wolf attacked the Shadow guards. After the Brain activated the base's self-destruct, Wolf evacuated to the gorilla's safe haven with the rest of the Team and their allies.[6]

Superboy asks Miss Martian if he can keep Wolf.

Bayou Bartholomew
October 1, 18:52 CDT

Wolf joined the Team in their fight against the Injustice League. He spent most of the time battling Ultra-Humanite.[4]

Mount Justice
October 10, 16:58 CDT

Wolf distracted Captain Marvel while the Team plus Zatanna went looking for Red Tornado.[7]

Eastern Seaboard
October 23, 18:04 EDT

Superboy took Wolf for a ride on the transformed Sphere, and met the Forever People. Wolf helped fight Intergang and the corrupted Infinity-Man, and destroyed Desaad's Fatherbox.[8]

Mount Justice
October 31, 19:34 EDT

On Halloween, Kid Flash attempted to get Wolf's opinion on his werewolf costume, but he was completely ignored.[9]

Ice Fortress-2
November 11, post-16:05 EST

Wolf helped Superboy destroy the turrets defending the fortress so that Black Canary, riding on the Super-Cycle, could finish it off.[10]

Mount Justice
November 25, 10:25 EST

Wolf was present with Superboy when Lex Luthor sent an ultrasonic message telling Superboy to meet him in Washington D.C. Like Superboy, Wolf heard the painful transmission.[11]

Washington, D.C.
November 25, 11:28 EST

Superboy and Wolf arrived at the Capital on the Super-Cycle. At their rendezvous with Luthor, Lex told them that Cadmus made another Superman clone. At Cadmus sub-level 42, Wolf found a hidden chamber that contained Genomorphs and bizarre body parts in cryogenic suspension, as well as Match. After Superboy freed the enraged clone, Wolf attempted to help Superboy fight the clone but was easily swatted aside.[11]

Genomorph City
November 25, 14:41 EST

Dubbilex guided Superboy and Wolf into the underground city. Match broke free of telepathic therapy with a trio of G-Gnomes after seeing the S-shield on Superboy's chest. Wolf tried to help Superboy, but was quickly defeated, forcing Superboy to use his shields to defeat Match. After Match was defeated, Superboy and Wolf confronted Luthor about manipulating them into finding Match and the G-Gnomes.[11]

Mount Justice
December 5, 17:04 EST

Superboy ordered Wolf to keep watch while he, M'gann and Zatanna explored Red Tornado's apartment. Wolf fell asleep, and didn't alert the kids to their custodian's arrival.[12]

Mount Justice
December 31, post-07:16 EST

When Red Tornado ordered the Team to abandon the Cave, Wolf was among the evacuees that escaped on the Super-Cycle. Along for the ride included Robin, Kid Flash, Zatanna, Rocket, John Smith, the dormant Red Tornado, and a gagged and unconscious Black Canary.[13]

The Watchtower
December 31, 23:16 EST

Wolf accompanied the Team when they infiltrated the Watchtower to cure the mind-controlled Justice League. He distracted Hawkwoman long enough for Robin to slap a Cure-tech patch on her. Along with Sphere, he defended Superboy by attacking Superman. Superman's counterblow briefly knocked Wolf out, but he was quick on his feet to watch the fight between Wonder Woman and Rocket, Miss Martian, and Sphere.[13]


Mount Justice
December 1, 08:55 EST

Wolf was resting in the Mission Room during Nightwing's briefing. He did not join the missions at hand.[14]

Mount Justice
December 1, 10:29 EST

Wolf kept Mal company as he oversaw the missions.[15]


Mount Justice
January 1, 18:18 EST

Wolf was relaxing in the Cave, and perked up when Superboy returned from a mission to apprehend Clayface. He was ignored, however, as Superboy was distracted by Miss Martian and Lagoon Boy's making out session, and also wanted to take a bath.[16]

Mount Justice
January 4, 20:00 EST

In the joint League-Team operation to surprise the Kroloteans with a simultaneous blitzkrieg, Wolf was assigned with Batgirl and Bumblebee to Beta Squad. Their task was to investigate a zeta radiation site in Vlatavastok, destroy all Zeta-Tubes or platforms in the location, and recover any humans abducted by the aliens.[16]

January 5, 05:57 EET

Beta Squad, with Wolf in tow, carried out their mission. Upon investigating the site, the squad found a zeta platform and two Kroloteans that escaped. They found no human abductees, and were instructed to destroy the platform.[16]

New Orleans
January 4, post-21:59 CST

Wolf joined the Alpha and Beta Squad on the Super-Cycle to aid Gamma Squad, arriving simultaneously with the Justice League. By this time, Gamma Squad had already completed their mission.[16]

Washington, D.C.
February 13, post-21:51 EST

Superboy took Wolf and Blue Beetle along on his personal mission to stop Intergang. They found Bruno Mannheim and Whisper A'Daire outside the Hall of Justice, but he had company: a golem, created from Appellaxian husks merged by an Apokoliptan device. Superboy and Wolf attacked, but the golem beat them back, and all damage they inflicted was quickly healed. Blue Beetle tried to use sonic on it, but the crystal elements of the Golem bounced them back, knocking out Superboy and Wolf.

They boarded the Super-Cycle, and chased the creature, who had flown off to the forests.[17]

February 13, 22:45 EST

They caught up with the golem, and Sphere jammed its control device. This caused the creature to go wild, and it knocked down everyone in its path, Wolf included. After they restrained Mannheim and A'Daire, they went after the golem again, which had by now reached the Arlington Nuclear Power Plant. Wolf helped pin it down after Superboy brought it to the ground, but it broke free. Blue Beetle took over, and via his scarab communicated with it. Wolf stayed on the sidelines, and watched how the golem was destroyed by a mysterious beam that came from the forest.[17]

Mount Justice
March 23, post-21:05 EDT

Wolf was sleeping on the couch in the lounge. He thought he heard something, but went back to sleep. As such, he could not defend himself when Tigress slipped an inhibitor collar around his neck.

Moments before Aqualad detonated a bomb in the Mission Room, Sphere managed to fly Superboy, Nightwing and Wolf to a safe distance, though the blast did knock them out. After Mal Duncan arrived to help them, Superboy carried Wolf ashore.[18]

April 1, 21:15 EDT

Wolf traveled with Mal, Superboy and Miss Martian to Blüdhaven, where Nightwing had prepared a temporary place to stay. As the others argued over the facilities, Wolf made himself comfortable on the couch.[19]

The Warworld
May 26, post-12:00 UTC

Wolf accompanied the Team as they infiltrated the Warworld. He was grouped in Alpha Squad, composed of Superboy, Wonder Girl and Arsenal. They battled their way through many battle drones before confronting Mongul. Wolf rushed into attack Mongul, but was effortlessly swatted to the side. Wolf later bit Mongul on the shoulder in a second attack. Mongul, losing patience, threw Wolf onto Wonder Girl and both were knocked unconscious. Wolf regained consciousness with the Team as Bumblebee routed all of Warworld's power to Mongul's headgear, giving him a heavy eletroshock. As he stumbled, dazed and weakened Alpha Squad knocked him out. Wolf let out a proud howl of victory.[20]

The Warworld
May 26, post-12:40 UTC

Wolf later returned to the hanger with Alpha Squad to regroup with the rest of the Team. Blue Beetle attacked them and knocked out Wolf with his sonic cannon.[20] Wolf was stored in a stasis cell aboard the vessel.[21]

The Warworld
May 27, 06:36 UTC

Wolf was present in a stasis cell.[21]

The Warworld
May 30, 03:36 UTC

Once freed from his cell, Wolf retreated to the Bio-Ship with the rest of the Team.[21]

May 30, 06:21 EDT

The Team returned to the warehouse.[22]

June 20, 08:16 EDT

When magnetic field disruptors planted by the Reach threatened the Earth, Wolf joined 39 other heroes of Earth in a briefing in Metropolis. The heroes would use a computer virus provided by Lex Luthor to safely disable the devices. The heroes were paired off with another into twenty squads: one member would run interference against Beetle-tech Drones guarding the disruptors, allowing the other to get close enough to plant the virus.[23] Wolf was assigned to Rho Squad, and worked alongside Superboy.[24]

Within thirty minutes, all squads had succeeded in their mission.[23]


Wolf went to live with Conner and Megan in their apartment over Lucas Carr's garage,[25] and largely retired from heroics, spending most of his time sleeping.[26]


Happy Harbor
July 29, 10:16 EDT

Wolf slept in Conner and Megan's apartment until he was awakened when he heard Dick approach the door.[25]

Happy Harbor
August 01, 10:37 EDT

Wolf slept in Conner and Megan's apartment until he was awakened by Brion Markov's angry outburst from outside.

Later, he slept outside Conner's garage as Conner and Brion worked on a bike. Brion wondered if Wolf did anything other than sleep.[26]

Happy Harbor
August 04, 12:25 EDT

Wolf slept by the porch when Bear arrived looking for help with a problem on New Genesis. Bear hoped Wolf would join them, but Conner explained he would stay behind.

Wolf spent the night sleeping by an apple tree.[27]

Happy Harbor
August 05, 21:04 EDT

Wolf slept by the porch while Forager was introduced to everyone. He had moved to the garage door by the time Halo, Brion and Forager left on the Super-Cycle, which Wolf observed with disinterest. When Conner later asked where they had gone, Wold just huffed.[28]

On September 8, Wolf spent the night sleeping on Conner and Megan's couch.[29]

Happy Harbor
October 15, 19:21 EDT

Wolf was present when Nightwing's team discussed Violet's first day at school and Vic's arrival. When Conner and Megan talked about not spending time together, and came to rather different solutions, Wolf huffed and walked away in exasperation.[30]

Happy Harbor
October 31, 17:42 EDT

Wolf slept on the porch as everyone prepared for the Happy Harbor High School Halloween dance.

Later, he went inside with Violet, Vic and Helga Jace. When the Fatherbox took over Vic, he attempted to defend Violet and Helga, but was easily swatted aside.[31]

Happy Harbor
November 01, 03:16 EDT

Wolf sat outside with everyone after the team returned from Greater Bialya with Tara Markov. He later slept in the Bio-RV.[31]

Wolf spent one night in the first week of November sleeping on top of the Bio-RV.[32]

Happy Harbor
November 22, post-16:00 EST

Wolf slept by the dinner table as the rest of the Carr household and their guests enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner.[33]


On January 25, Wolf slept on the Watchtower, next to Wally West's memorial hologram.[34]

Geranium City
February 14, 20:16 CST

Conner took Forager and Wolf to Geranium City in the Bio-RV. They met up with Dubbilex and took Forager on a tour of the city. At Dubbilex's office, Wolf listened to them talk about the Genomorph's freedom, and moved from beside Conner to Dubbilex as the latter implored Conner to do more to help the Genomorphs. Wolf later slept in front of the office's fireplace, curled up with Kraig.[35]


Happy Harbor
February 25, 07:38 EST

Wolf was outside Conner and M'gann's house as the couple prepared to leave for their trip to Mars for their long-awaited wedding. Wolf and Sphere spend quality time with Conner and M'gann before the couple departs. Conner asks Cullen Row to take care of both Wolf and Sphere in his absence to which Cullen promised and Wolf grunted, assuring his owner. Wolf howled as he and everyone watched as Conner, M'gann, Garfield and J'onn left Earth for Mars.

Sometime later, Wolf slept by the porch as Dinah held a therapy session with Violet.[36]

Following Conner's death on March 25, Wolf moved to the Kent Farm.[37][38]

April 21, 20:06 CDT

Wolf was spending time with the Kent family and played with Jonny Kent. Everyone is preparing to get ready for dinner until Jonny asks if Conner will be joining them, causing Wolf to howl in mourning. Wolf sadly whimpers and lies on the ground, still grieving the loss of Conner as Clark Kent and Lois Lane explain to their son that Conner has died and the meaning about life and death itself.[37]

April 22, 09:13 CDT

Wolf has cheered up from his depression and plays with Jonny riding on his back as the Kent family watch them together.[37]

Happy Harbor
September 16, post-16:16 EDT

Wolf attended Conner and M'gann's wedding.[39]

Powers and Abilities

Kobra-Venom Enhancement: Due to experimentation on him with Kobra-Venom, Wolf has gained several abilities, such as:

  • Super strength: Wolf was able to fight with Superboy after he was enhanced with Kobra-Venom.[3]
  • Enhanced Durability: Wolf has withstood attacks from various villains without permanent injury.[3]



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