X-Books FAQ/Mutant Tracker Thread II
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The original X-Books Forum FAQ was created by mattbib sometime in 2005. During a forum update on 1/25/2012, it was unfortunately lost, and this new one was created with the blessing of the X-Books moderators in its stead, with the “Mutant Tracker” portion, at least, recovered in its entirety. This FAQ thread will remain a work in progress (with some questions currently still listed as, “PENDING WRITE-UP” in future updates). Other questions and answers will be added over time, as the chronology of the comics goes forward, accordingly. Some answers to questions will also provide a link to other online websites that answer the question in greater detail, when possible. Hopefully, this new FAQ will live up to its predecessor with its overall help as a resource to CBR Forums users.
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Thread Where You Can Ask Various X-Related Questions PART III!
Discussion of Abandoned, Unresolved Plot Threads:
If there's a plot hook that began, and was unceremoniously, to your knowledge, dropped without a resolution, there actually was a discussion thread here called, "The X-Verse's Beloved, Unresolved Plot Threads" for that purpose. Sometimes, folks just talk about when a writer gets around to closing the point, or we share a laugh about a weird X-Men story from the past that went nowhere, and most readers didn't bother to feel upset about it, as some things are better just left in the past.
Here's the link to the Recommendations on What X-Books to Pick Up Thread.
Character Appreciation Threads:
Here's a link to the X-Forums Character Appreciation Thread Sub-Forum.
Draw Me an X:
Also a great forum contribution by mattbib, and now carried on by pryde15, "Draw Me an X" threads often appear, challenging artists to give their best renditions of X-characters. R.E. Barnes eventually was nice enough to create a whole thread to serve as an index, that links to every "Draw Me an X" thread, for each character.
Top 50 X-Men:
There was a discussion thread revealing the results, and allowing folks to discuss the Top 50 X-Men, as voted on by users with the votes tallied by Sentinel K, and the write-ups for the character biographies done by Brian Cronin.
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Q1: Whatever happened to that one mutant character, (WHATEVER CHARACTER NAME)?
A1: Check in the “Mutant Tracker” portion of this thread, with begins with post #12 thought post #105. This resource was created in December of 2007 on CBR by worstblogever, and is updated each Tuesday, six days after new books hit shelves (to avoid SPOILERS, per moderator request). Alphabetically, each character within it has their last appearance, and last known status of their powers listed, including a few supporting characters that while not mutants, have appeared on an X-Team before. It begins in this thread, on Post #12.
Q2: What is a mutant?
Q3: What is a “latent” mutant?
Q4: What is an "Omega Level" mutant?
Q5: What is a "secondary" mutation?
Q6: What was the Genoshan Mutate Bonding Process, in terms of mutation?
Q7: What is a “killcrop” mutant?
Q8: What is the difference between a mutant, and a “Neo”?
Q9: Wasn’t there something about mutant “bloodlines”, mentioned during Chuck Austen’s run as writer on X-Men and what mutant "bloodlines" have already been established?
Q10: Is ___________ a mutant, or not?
A10: Easiest way to answer this, again, is to advise that you scroll down to post #12 in this thread, and look at the Mutant Tracker, going through it alphabetically to search for which ever character you're trying to find out if they're a mutant or not.
Q11: What is the history of the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters?
Q12: Who are the X-Men?
Q13: I’ve heard that there are alien characters who are also mutants in the X-Men… who are they?
Q14: In what issue did a character die/get resurrected?
Q15: What characters has (Character Name) been romantically involved with?
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INDIVIDUAL X-MAN FAQS:
Professor X FAQs
Q16: Shouldn’t Professor X be well into his 80s, if not older? Why does he look so young?
Q17: Why isn’t Professor X currently in his iconic wheelchair?
Q18: And I’ve seen Professor X with, and without his powers on a few occasions, what happened?
Q19: Whatever happened to Xavier’s “Mutant Underground”?
Q20: What are the Xavier Protocols?
Jean Grey/Phoenix Force FAQs
Q21: What is the full explanation behind the Phoenix Force, and its connection to Jean Grey or other characters?
Q22: How old is Wolverine, and does he have a definitive origin or real name?
Q23: What can you tell me about Wolverine’s adamantium skeleton, and adamantium in general?
Q24: Does Wolverine have any known relations, and is he related to Sabretooth or Wild Child?
Q25: What is the Muramasa blade that Logan had, and whatever happened to it?
Q26: How does Cyclops’ optic blast power work?
Q27: Where did Cyclops get his ruby quartz visor?
Q28: Who was the third Summers brother, other than Cyclops and Havok?
Q29: How does Nightcrawler teleport?
Q30: Whatever happened to Nightcrawler's ability to disappear in shadows?
Q31: Are Mystique and Azazel really Nightcrawler's parents?
Q32: Are Colossus’ eyes vulnerable when he turns into his steel form, or are they steel as well?
Q33: Does Piotr need to breathe in his steel form?
Q34 Is Colossus vulnerable to heat or cold in his steel form?
Q35: Warren Worthington III has been both Angel, and Archangel at different points in X-Books, could you clarify for me?
Q36: I understand Beast has had many incarnations of his mutation, including regular skin, blue furry ape form, and the current blue leonine form… in what issues did his transformations take place?
Q37: I heard someone on CBR say Beast has committed genocide several times. This can't be true, can it?
Q38: I hear a lot of people who say Iceman is gay, what’s their basis for this opinion?
Q39: What is the deal with Rogue’s power set?
Q40: Has Rogue ever absorbed the powers of _________?
Kitty Pryde FAQs
Q41: Kitty supposedly has ninja abilties, where and when did she learn this?
Q42: I remember hearing something about Kitty being one of the Neo. Is this true?
Q43: I saw a poster say something about Kitty Pryde being a racist. What are they talking about?
Q44: There have been many times where I’ve seen Psylocke displaying a different appearance, or powers… can you explain?
Q45: Was the "Mutant X" Universe canon, and how did Havok escape from it?
Q46: What really is the deal with Polaris’ parentage? I read that way back when, she was told she wasn’t Magneto’s daughter, and now she is his daughter. What happened?
Q47:I’ve read that Polaris and Zaladane were supposed to be sisters, but with Lorna having been adopted by the Danes, I’m confused if they’re actual sisters or adopted sisters. Which is it?
Q48: Polaris has had a few power shifts through the years, can you explain?
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INDIVIDUAL X-MAN FAQS, CONTINUED:
Q49: Gambit has his card-charging ability, but whatever happened to the powers he had when he was a Horseman?
Emma Frost FAQs
Q50: I thought Emma Frost was just a telepath... when did she get diamond powers?
Q51: I've seen several different versions told about Emma Frost's origins that seem to contradict each other. Can you explain??
Q52: Why was Cable sent into the future?
Q53: How does the techno-organic virus affect Cable and his powers and has he ever been without his powers completely due to the infection?
Q54: What’s the relationship between Cable and Stryfe?
Multiple Man FAQs
Q55: How do Madrox's duplication powers work?
Q56: Cannonball has a bunch of brothers and sisters. How many Guthrie kids are there, anyway?
Q57: Dani Moonstar has had a few different power sets through the years. Can you explain the changes?
Q58: Sunspot has had a few different versions of his powers? Why is that?
Q59: Are Sunspot and Reignfire both Roberto Dacosta, or aren't they?
Magik (Ilyana Rasputin) FAQs
Q60: Magik seems like a complicated power, what with the teleporting, and magical background. How did this come to be?
Q61: I’m a bit confused about the nature of Magik’s “resurrection”… is that really the original Magik?
Q62: So what is the Soul Sword?
Cypher (Doug Ramsey) FAQs
Q63: What was the relationship between Cypher, Warlock, and Douglock?
Q64: I've heard something about how Magma's origin has been retconned back and forth between her being a Nova Roman girl named Amara Aquilla as well as an brainwashed English girl named Alison Crestmere. And there was some plot hook about her being Selene’s grandaughter, too. What gives?
Q65: Magma can fly? When did this start?
Q66: I just read something about how Jubilee is a vampire now. Really?
Q67: Chamber has had a few tweaks to his powers, and appearance through the years. What happened?
Q68: Marrow has had a few different appearances, and powers. Can you explain?
Q69: I've heard Shatterstar is somehow Longshot and Dazzler's son from the Mojoverse, yet I also hear he's connected to a character named Benjamin Russell. What is the deal?
Q70: Shatterstar has shown the ability to teleport. When and how did this start?
Adam X FAQs
Q71: Isn’t Adam-X half-alien?
Q72: Is he the third Summers brother?
Q73: Isn’t Lifeguard really Shi'ar royalty?
Q74: How does his nervous system and/or powers work?
Q75: What is "The World"?
Q76: What is that language that Doop speaks? Is there a translator somewhere?
Q77: How was X-23 created by the Facility?
Q78: How does Trigger Scent work?
Q79: How are her claws different from Wolverine's?
Q80: What happened to the rest of the Kinney family?
Pixie III (Megan Gwynn) FAQs
Q81: How did Pixie start wielding a Soul Dagger and teleporting, and what's the deal with her having sold part of her soul?
Hope III FAQs
Q82: What are Hope's powers, and what is her connection to the Phoenix Force?
Monet St. Croix FAQs
Q83: What was Monet’s origin in relation to Penance, and her sisters Claudette and Nicole?
Q84: What was the story with Mondo and his “plant simulacrum”?
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X-Men antagonist/villain FAQs
Q112: Who is Magneto?
Q113: Magneto’s origin indicate is well into his 80s, if not older? Why does he look so young?
Q114: Who has been a member of the Brotherhood?
Q115: Which writer was "X", the person writing "The Brotherhood" comic for Marvel?
Q116: What was Asteroid M?
Q117: Who were the Acolytes?
Q118: What was Avalon?
Q119: What is Genosha?
Q120: Who is Joseph?
Q121: Who was Xorn, and was he actually Magneto?
Q122: So if Magneto ran the Brotherhood, did they have any relation to “The Sisterhood”?
Q123: About Toad... why has he had so many different appearances, and iterations of his powers?
Mystique/Destiny/Freedom Force FAQs
Q124: What was Freedom Force?
Q125: Did Mystique kill her own son, Graydon Creed?
Q126: Whatever happened to Destiny's Diaries, that were chock full of all her prophecies?
Q127: Who is Juggernaut?
Q128: What is his connection to the Gem of Cyttorak?
Q129: Who or what is Cyttorak?
Shadow King FAQs
Q130: Who is the Shadow King?
Q131: Did Elias Bogun have some connection to the Shadow King?
Alpha Flight FAQs
Q132: What is Alpha Flight?
Q133: What is their relationship to Department H?
Q134: And then what is Beta Flight?
Q135: What’s the relationship between Canada’s Flight Program and the Hull House Orphanage?
Q136: What is Gamma Flight?
Q137: What is Alpha Strike?
Hellfire Club FAQs
Q138: What is the Hellfire Club?
Q139: Who has been a member of the Hellfire Club, or worked with them?
Q140: Who were the Hellions?
Morlocks/Gene Nation FAQ
Q141: Who are the Morlocks?
Q142: What is the relationship between the Morlocks and Gene Nation?
Q143: Who is Apocalypse?
Q144: So is he the oldest mutant?
Q145: Who has served as one of his Horsemen?
Q146: Who has been a member of Clan Akkaba, or worked with Apocalypse?
Mr. Sinister/Marauders FAQs
Q147: Who is Mr. Sinister?
Q148: Who are the Marauders?
Q149: Who are the Nasty Boys?
Q150: Who else has been known to work with Mr. Sinister?
Madelyne Pryor FAQs
Q151: Who is Madelyne Pryor?
Q152: How many times he she been killed off and still returned?
Stryfe/Mutant Liberation Front FAQs
Q153: Who is Stryfe?
Q154: Who are the Mutant Liberation Front?
Q155: Who is Selene?
Q156: So is Selene the oldest mutant?
Q157: So who were the Externals?
Q158: Why don't we ever hear anything about the Externals storyline?
Q159: What are the Sentinels, and what are some of the models of them that have existed?
Q160: What is Master Mold?
Q161: What were the Prime Sentinels?
Q162: What were the “Wild Sentinels”?
Q163: Who was Bolivar Trask?
Q164: Who was Stephen Lang?
Q165: What is Nimrod?
Q166: What is Bastion?
Human/Cyborg Mutant Hater FAQs
Q167: Who was Cameron Hodge?
Q168: Who is Lady Deathstrike?
Q169: Who are the Reavers?
Q170: Who is Reverend Stryker?
Q171: Who is the Leper Queen?
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X-Men antagonist/villain FAQs, continued
Savage Land FAQs
Q172: Where and what is the Savage Land?
Q173: Who is Sauron?
Q174: Who was Zaladane?
Q175: Who is/was Garokk?
Q176: Who or what are the Savage Land Mutates?
Q177: Who is Arcade?
Q178: Who is Ahab?
Q179: Who is Vargas?
Trevor Fitzroy FAQs
Q180: Who is Trevor Fitzroy?
Omega Red FAQs
Q181: Who is Omega Red?
Q182: Who was the Ani-Mator?
Q183: Who is Emplate?
Q184: Who had he made into one of his servants?
Cassandra Nova FAQs
Q185: Who is Cassandra Nova?
Q186: What is her relative relationship to Ernst?
Q187: I heard she is actually possessing Armor, is this true?
John Sublime FAQs
Q188: Who is John Sublime?
Q189: Who are the U-Men?
Q190: Who are Lobe and the Sublime?
Shi'ar Empire FAQs
Q191: What is the Shi’ar Empire?
Q192: Who has ruled the Shi’ar Empire, that we know of?
Q193: What are some of the alien races that are a part of the Shi’ar Empire?
Q194: Who has been a member of the Shi’ar Imperial Guard?
Q195: Who and what are the Shi’ar Death Commandos?
Q196: What is the M’Kraan Crystal?
Other Extraterrestrial X-Men Characters FAQs
Q197: What is a Technarch?
Q198: What are the Phalanx?
Q199: What are the Brood?
Q200: Then what are the Acanti?
Q201: What are the Dire Wraiths?
Q202: What are the Uncreated?
Q203: Who was Gosamyr?
Q204: What was the Adversary?
Q205: What did he have to do with Haven?
Q206: What is Limbo?
Q207: Who is Belasco?
Q208: What is the history of the Bloodstone Amulet?
Q209: Who is S’ym?
Q210: Who is N’astirh?
Q211: Who is Witchfire?
Misc. Demon FAQs
Q212: What are the N’Garai?
Q213: What is the N’Garai Cairn?
Q214: Who is Kierrok?
Q215: And what are their relationship to Pilgrimm and the Ru’Tai?
Q216: What is the Mojoverse?
Q217: Who is Mojo?
Q218: Who is Spiral?
Q219: Who is Arize?
Q220: So what do Longshot and Shatterstar have to do with the Mojoverse?
Weapon X FAQs
Q221: What is the Weapon X Project?
Q222: What is “The Facility”?
Q223: Did they ever get their hands on the Native?
Q224: What is the creature(s) known as Predator X(s)?
Q225: Who were the Adamantium Men?
Q226: Do we know what all the Weapons produced by Weapon Plus were?
Q227: Who is Ogun?
Q228: Wait a minute, Daken is Wolverine's son? He has one? Since when?
Q229: Are his powers identical to Wolverine's?
Q230: Whatever happened to that claw he had coated in metal from the Muramasa blade?
Q231: What is the deal with Daken's sexuality?
Children of the Vault FAQs
Q232: Who are the Children of the Vault?
Q233: What is Quitado?
Red Right Hand FAQs
Q234: Who were the Red Right Hand?
Q235: Who were the Mongrels?
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X-Men Chronology FAQs:
Q236: What are the ages of the X-Men?
Q237: What happened after the events of X-Men (vol. 1) #66, and Giant-Size X-Men #1, with the original X-Men?
Q238: What is the “Days of Future Past” timeline?
Q239: Who were “The Twelve”, that Master Mold was so worried about?
Q240: What happened during the “Mutant Massacre”?
Q241: What is the Siege Perilous?
Q242: Whatever happened to the X-Men’s invisibility to detection by technological devices, granted by Roma after “Fall of the Mutants”?
Q243: What is “Otherworld”, and its relationship to the Captain Britain Corps?
Q244: What are some of the other Captain Britains, from other realities?
Q245: What is the relationship between Mad Jim Jaspers and The Fury, and the Captain Britain Corps?
Q246: What’s the deal with Courtney Ross/Saturnyne/Sat-Yr-9?
Q247: What was “Inferno” about?
Q248: Whatever happened to the babies that N’Astirh intended to sacrifice to gain power?
Q249: What happened during "X-Tinction Agenda"?
Q250: What happened during "X-Cutioner's Song"?
Q251: What is the Legacy Virus?
Q252: Is the X1N1 Flu the Legacy Virus?
Q253: What is the story with Bishop’s future?
Q254: What was the “Age of Apocalypse”?
Q255: Who or what is Onslaught, and what created it?
Q256: What was the “Mutant X” Universe?
Q257: What happened during the “Six Month Gap?”
Q258: What was Mutant Town?
Q259: What caused the Decimation?
Q260: How did the Scarlet Witch’s spell take away some mutants’ powers and X-genes, and not others?
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X-Books Chronology, Continued
Q261: Who is Hope Summers, and how is she the “Mutant Messiah”?
Q262: What, and were the "Five Lights"?
Q263: Why did the X-Men leave Westchester, and the school after “Messiah CompleX”?
Q264: Why did the X-Men leave the Marin Base in San Francisco?
Q265: What is Utopia?
Q266: Who was a resident on Utopia?
Q267: Were there any teams or squads formed on Utopia?
Q268: What is the X-Brig, and who was in it?
Q269: What was “Necrosha”?
Q270: Who all was brought back from the dead during Necrosha?
Q271: Is there a chance that any of them survived Selene’s culling?
Q272: What was the “Age of X”?
Q273: What was the “Schism”?
Q274: Who definitely stayed on Utopia after “Schism”?
Q275: Who definitely went back to Westchester, New York, to be a part of the Jean Grey School of Higher Learning?
Q276: What happened during “AvX”?
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The X-Book Fan’s Cerebra: Mutant Tracker
This portion of the FAQ thread is intended as a resource, to report on the last known sighting of X-characters (1732 at last count), what X-Team they’re on, and if they have any alterations to their physical well being (including depowering, power-changes, physical mutation, major injury, coma, death). The initial entries were based off of the following online sources: Uncanny X-Men.net, Marvel Unofficial Appendix, comicbookdb.com, and comicvine.com. Past that, updates and additions were made with the help of other X-Forum members.
Further update notifications are more than welcome, by Private Message. If a character's appearance doesn’t change their entry much, like if Beast appears as a consultant on a screen talking to one of the Avengers, or if Wolverine ends up in his sixth book of the month and beats up a guy in the bar, I appreciate the update, but there’s nothing necessarily there to merit a change of their first page entry. Some exceptions to the rule may apply (relevant human supporting characters, or instances like Warlock or Deadpool).
To keep this thread spoiler-free, entries cannot be based off of previews, or solicits. Until the following Tuesday, six days after the issue hits the stands, it will not be posted here to keep this thread SPOILER FREE. Keep your eyes open every week, everyone.
BLACK: RETAINED THEIR POWERS AFTER M-DAY.
GRAY: STATUS OF MUTANT POWERS UNKNOWN OR UNCLEAR AFTER M-DAY.
BLUE: DEPOWERED ON M-DAY, BUT STILL ALIVE.
GREEN: NOT A MUTANT, AND CURRENTLY ALIVE.
ORANGE: SUPPOSEDLY DECEASED, BUT THERE’S SOME DOUBT.
PURPLE: CURRENTLY BADLY INJURED OR INCAPACITATED.
PINK: RESURRECTED WITH THE TECHNO-ORGANIC VIRUS AFTER HAVING BEEN KILLED. STATUS NOW UNCERTAIN.
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Aardwolf (Chon Li): Status as a mutant unconfirmed. Status after the Decimation unknown. Aardwolf, a Madripoor criminal and one time associate of Night Thrasher had the power to transform into a werewolf-like creature. He was never specified as a mutant, but was believed to have been one. It can only be speculated then, whether or not the Decimation would have affected him. Last Appearance: Night Thrasher (vol. 2) #4.
Abomination II (???, Morlock): Status after the Decimation unknown. This Morlock emerged from the sewers of Brooklyn to go on a rampage, only to be referred to as “Abomination“ by Magneto, who quickly subdued him by entangling him in girders. He has not been seen since. Last Appearance: Magneto (vol. 2) #1.
Absalom (???): Deceased. Absalom was an External with enhanced speed and strength, as well as bone spurs projecting from his body. He died when his life energy was drained by Selene. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 1) #54.
Abyss (Nils Styger): Lost his powers to the Decimation. This led Abyss to join the X-Cell terrorist organization in New York City. After having his powers of teleporting and an interdimensional portal within his chest restored by Quicksilver with the Terrigen Crystals, the restoration proved too unstable, and Nils imploded into his chest cavity, taking along with his fellow X-Cell members Fatale, and Reaper with him. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 3) #20.
Adahm ???: Status after the Decimation unknown. Adahm was a telekinetic Quebecois mutant who could also fire mental blasts. He was last seen being kicked into a trash can by Batroc the Leaper. Last appearance: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #139.
Adam-X (Adam Neramani aka Adam-X the X-Treme aka X-Treme): Retained his X-gene after the Decimation. Adam’s lineage is half-human mutant and half Shi’ar. While never revealed on page, Adam was to be the son of Emperor D’Ken and Kate Summers, half-brother to Cyclops and Havok. Adam’s power was that of a hematokinetic, or that he had the power to cause blood exposed to oxygen to ignite. He was last seen battling the Worthy-possessed Juggernaut in San Francisco. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #542.
Aero (Melody Guthrie): Depowered on M-Day. Melody is currently living with her siblings on the Guthrie Family Farm in Kentucky after losing her power of flight after the Decimation. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #203.
Agee, Rebecca: Status after the Decimation unknown. Rebecca was the sister of Dr. Aubree Agee, who was greatly disfigured in an attempt to turn her into a baseline human. Last appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #357.
Ahab (Rory Campbell): Not a mutant, but a human cyborg. Current whereabouts unknown. Ahab was last seen when he was sent into an alternate dimension by Mikhail Rasputin during “The Twelve” storyline, where he was working as Apocalypse’s Horseman, Famine. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #97.
Ahmed ???: Status after the Decimation unknown. Ahmed was a telekinetic mutant with blue skin and four arms who was a member of Melek's tunnel-dwelling community under Mutant Town. He was last seen helping Melek shut off District X's electricity. Last appearance: District X #9.
Airhead (???): Believed to be a mutant, but never confirmed as one. Status after the Decimation unknown.Airhead had the power to inflate her head with something lighter than air that could help her to float. She was last seen being defeated by the Power Pack. Last Appearance: Power Pack (vol. 1) #32.
Alchemist I (???): Status after the Decimation unknown. The Alchemist was a decades- or even centuries-old mutant with the power to change substances into other substances, who fancied herself Britain's answer to Charles Xavier. She was last seen arrested after being winged by Harold Wisdom. Last appearance: Pryde and Wisdom #3.
Alchemist II (???): Deceased. This Alchemist was a mutant man whose touch could turn objects to gold. His corpse was being hunted for in Brazil, because his powers still worked, even after he was killed. Last Mentioned: Mystique #13.
Alchemy (Thomas Jones): Retained his powers to transmute matter to other base elements after M-Day, and was part of the 198 mutants living on the grounds of the Xavier Institute just after the Decimation. His current whereabouts after the 198's flight from the grounds during "Civil War" are unknown. Last Appearance: X-Men: The 198 #4.
Alex (Morlock) ???: Current status after M-Day unknown. Alex was an amorphous humanoid Morlock who could engulf foes like an amoeba. It is undetermined if he retained his powers after M-Day. Last Appearance: Ghost Rider (vol. 3) #9.
Alex (Project Purgatory) ???: Possibly deceased. Retained his powers after the Decimation. Alex is a member of Project Purgatory, a group aged from the “Inferno Babies”, a group of mutants who were originally kidnapped by N’astirh to be sacrificed in a demonic ritual, then rescued by X-Factor, then taken by Freedom Force and given to military scientists, who raised them in Limbo in the hopes that they would become a platoon of powerful mutant soldiers. Alex is a purple amorphous humanoid able to engulf foes like an amoeba and was last seen facing down the Elder Gods in Limbo. He is believed, however, to have been on a transport train with the survivors of Project Purgatory, that was destroyed by Cannonball in New Mutants (vol. 3) #21. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 3) #21.
Alex ???: Deceased. Alex was a mutant telepath, killed the first time he used his secondary power of bio-blasts, at Empire State University, consumed by them. Last Mentioned: Chamber #4.
Alice ???: Current status unknown, likely deceased. Alice was a Genoshan mutate who was last seen apologizing to Prodigal after dropping a tray of his food. If she was still living in Genosha after surviving its civil war, and living there during Magneto’s reign when Cassandra Nova’s Sentinels attacked, she would likely have been killed in that massacre. Last appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #89.
Alistair ???: Current status after M-Day unknown. Alistair was a gargoyle-like mutant who was last seen turning down an offer from Beast and Iceman to come live at the Xavier Institute, instead choosing to live at the Museum of Oddities. Last Appearance: X-Men: First Class Special #1.
Alpha (aka Alpha, the Ultimate Mutant): Some would classify Alpha as a mutant, others a science-created mutate. Current status after the Decimation unknown. Alpha is believed to be living off the planet Earth. Alpha was a mutant created by Magneto, who would eventually deem himself to have evolved too far beyond life on Earth, and left to live among the stars. Last Appearance: Quasar #15.
Alphonse ???: Current status after the Decimation unknown. Alphonse was the human/catfish hybrid doorman at the Club Orleans, who was last seen being told off by his boss, Orlean Cooper. Last appearance: Gambit (vol. 4) #1.
Amalgam (??? Aka The Angel of Death): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Amalgam can permanently siphon and store the personality matrix and genetic code of another living being within her group mind. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men Annual (vol. 1) #16.
Amber ??? (Empire State University): Current status unknown after M-Day. Amber was a shapeshifting mutant attending Empire State University, and was last seen after smacking Chamber in the face. Last Appearance: Chamber #4.
Amber ??? (Academy X): Deceased. Amber’s powers were never specified. She was apparently the youngest student killed on the bus leaving Academy X by the Purifiers. Last Mentioned: New X-Men (vol. 2) #28.
Ames, Elsa: Lost her powers prior to the Decimation. Elsa was a French mutant born with gill slits in her neck that allowed her to survive underwater. When last seen Elsa had met and fell in love with a surface man and undergone and operation to close her gill slits and be able to live with him on the surface world. Unknown to her he had also undergone and operation to be able to survive with her underwater which would end up parting the two lovers forever. Last Appearance: Strange Tales (vol. 1) #41.
Aminedi (???): Deceased. This member of Desert Sword had the power to transform into air particles, and move at super-speed. He died of the Legacy Virus. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 1) Annual #7.
Amp (Michelle ???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Michelle was a mutant with the power to project her emotions into others, but had yet to develop control over them. She was last seen leaving for Muir Island with a teenaged Siryn. Last Appearance: Wolverine: First Class #6.
Ampere (???): Status unknown after the Decimation. Ampere had the powers of energy and light projection, and was a member of the Circle of Pavane, a group of Transian mutants led by his father, who battled the Avengers. Last Appearance: Avengers (vol. 1) #377.
Amphibius (???): Amphibius is not a mutant, but a Savage Land Mutate created by Magneto who appears like a human/frog hybrid. He was last seen attacking Japanese sailing vessels with the Savage Land Mutates. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 3) #10.
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Anaconda (Blanche Sitznski): Anaconda is not a mutant, but an altered human. She has enhanced strength, durability, the ability to breathe underwater, and extendable adamantium reinforced limbs that she can extend like snake coils. She was seemingly killed in Mr. X’s Bloodsport Tournament, but somehow survived and has resurfaced as a new member of the Six Pack. She was last seen being knocked out by Hope during an attempted bank robbery by the Serpent Society. Last Appearance: Avengers vs. X-Men #0.
Anais (???): Status unknown after M-Day. Anais was a metamorph who could shift forms into many animals, or appear as a human/animal hybrid with enhanced reflexes and a healing factor. She was one of the worshippers of Apocalypse who was seeking out Cyclops after “The Twelve” in the hopes she would be the new host for his essence. Last Appearance: X-Men: The Search for Cyclops #3.
Anarchist (Tike Alicar): Deceased. This member of X-Statix could produces blasts of acid, and was gunned down by helicopter gunships on their last mission, and has been revealed to have gone to Hell in the X-Statix Presents: Dead Girl miniseries. Last Appearance: X-Statix Presents: Dead Girl #5.
Angel (Warren Worthington III aka Archangel): Angel currently has normal flesh-toned skin, his feathered wings, and an additional healing ability that, at the moment, has been shown able to resurrect dead animals, at the very least. While he is currently amnesiac, and attempting to regain his memory, his last romantic interest was Psylocke. He was last seen in Beast’s lab at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning. Last Appearance: All New X-Men #8.
Angel Dust (Christine ???): Depowered on M-Day. Part of the Chicago Morlocks who had the power to chemically increase her adrenaline levels. Her mutant energy signature was revealed to be part of the Collective in New Avengers (vol. 1) #18. Last Appearance: Morlocks #4.
Annalee ???: Deceased. Annalee was one of the Morlocks and an empath. She was slain during the “Mutant Massacre” by Scalphunter. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #211.
Anne ???: Deceased. Anne was a member of the Purifiers, working for Rev. Stryker, who discovered she was a mutant on stage in front of him, when a psi-scan device he created to identify mutants gave her a nosebleed. As she begged him forgiveness, Stryker threw her off the stage of Madison Square Garden, and to her death. Last Appearance: Marvel Graphic Novel #5.
Anole (Victor Borkowski): Retained his powers at M-Day, retaining his enhanced dexterity, ability to walk on walls, elastic tongue, skin that can blend to his surroundings. It was recently discovered after Victor had his arm severed in Limbo that when Anole loses a limb, he has the power to have a stronger version of that limb grow back. He has had no romantic interests, and has revealed to his teammates (no small thanks to Rockslide) that he is gay. Anole was last seen at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning. Last Appearance: All New X-Men #11.
Anteus (???): Believed Deceased. Retained his power to channel natural elemental energy into physical strength after the Decimation. Believed Deceased. Anteus was a member of the Neo, and was last seen in San Francisco, battling the Young X-Men. He was believed killed when the Evolutionaries disintregated all of the Neo. Last Appearance: Young X-Men #12.
Anti-Matter (Arlo Summers): Current status after M-Day unknown. Anti-Matter was one of many mutants to try out to be a member of X-Force. He appeared to be a skeleton sheathed by energy housed in some sort of containment suit. His powers were never further explained. It is unknown if he is in any way related to the more famous Summers line of mutants. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 1) #129.
Antonio ???: Deceased. The pyrokinetic boyfriend of Magma who lost his powers on M-Day and fell into a volcano the two were viewing while flying overhead, protected by their mutant powers. Last Appearance: X-Men: The 198 #1.
Ape (???): Deceased. Ape was one of the Morlocks who had a malleable molecular structure he could use to alter his physical form, and he was among the first mutants killed at the Neverland prison camp. Last Appearance: Weapon X (vol. 2) #5.
Apocalypse (En Sabah Nur): Believed deceased. Retained his powers after M-Day. He was defeated in that conflict. Apocalypse is a megamorph with the ability to heal from a single drop of blood, and can also discharge concussive energy blasts. He has access to Celestial technology, making him an even more formidable threat. Apocalypse apparently has taken to having himself cloned, and one of those clones was shot in the head and killed by Fantomex before it could develop a healing factor. While another clone, Genesis II, exists, it has been raised to believe it is not En Sabah Nur. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Force #4.
Appraiser (???): Status unknown after M-Day. Appraiser had the mutant power to know a person or object's true worth. Last Appearance: Excalibur (vol. 2) #8.
Arceneaux, Emery James (aka Ultra-Zombie): Deceased. Arceneaux had the power to create an energy force field and energy blasts. He was shot and killed by New Orleans Detective Noreen Tanaka after Gambit convinced him to power down his force field and join Xavier’s school during an attempted bank robbery. His body would briefly be reanimated by his mother, Antoinelle in an attempt to gain vengeance. Last Appearance: Gambit (vol. 4) #9.
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