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    Archer (aka Jude Black): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Archer was one of three members of the X.U.E. who are from the same alternate future as Bishop and Shard. Archer had the power to assume a photoelectric form, from which he had an taser-like touch, and the ability to project energy blasts. He may have been depowered on M-Day, but this is unconfirmed. Last retired and was living with the family of Jude Black in present day Marvel 616. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 2) #149.

    Arclight (Phillipa Sontag): Technically Deceased. As one of Mr. Sinister’s Marauders, Arclight often escapes death through being repeatedly cloned upon her physical death. Retained her power to generate seismic energy blasts around her hands to cause shockwaves and earth tremors after the Decimation. Arclight is a longtime member of Mr. Sinister’s Marauders, who has escaped death on more than one occasion by her employers‘ use of cloning technology. She was last seen as she lay dead, after apparently being killed by one of Harpoon‘s spears in a warehouse in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Last Appearance: Astonishing X-Men (vol. 3) #50.

    Ariel (???): Retained her powers after the Decimation. Ariel is a mutant of the alien race that lives on the planet known as Coconut Grove. Like all of her race, Ariel has the ability to teleport through a sub-space dimension, but her mutant power is that she also has psionic persuasion powers. She was believed killed while riding in an SUV hit by a rocket attack in X-Men: Legacy (vol. 1) #235, but managed to survive by teleporting to safety at the last instant, as revealed in X-Men: Legacy (vol. 1) #259. She was last seen teleporting Rogue to the Jean Grey School of Higher Learning. Last Appearance: X-Men: Legacy (vol. 1) #260.

    Arkea (???): ] Apparently Deceased.. Sublime is not a mutant, but a three billion year old advanced sentient microorganism that when within living things, can influence their actions. Arkea is a billion-year old bacterium of similar origin to Sublime, who has the power to possess and control machines. She neutralized with a gun that eliminated her, and left only her host present by Karima Shandipar. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 4) #12.

    Armageddon Man (???): Status after the Decimation unknown. The Armageddon Man was a mutant discovered during the Cold War, who deemed too dangerous, was placed in suspended animation. He was briefly released by King Bedlam to go on a rampage, but was placed back into suspended animation by X-Force. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 1) #90.

    Armor (Hisako Ichiki): Not affected by the Decimation. Armor is currently living at the X-Men’s Marin Base, and has the power to create a psionic exoskeleton around her body. She was last seen at the Jean Grey Shool for Higher Learning. Last Appearance: Wolverine & the X-Men (vol. 2) #2.

    Asher, Michael “Mike”: Deceased. Mike Asher had the ability to make his blood explode, and would do so to kill both himself, X, and Marshal in the last stand of X’s Brotherhood. Last Appearance: The Brotherhood #9.

    Askari (Jono Baraka aka Akari The Spear): Status unknown after M-Day. Akari was a Zanzibarian mutant with enhanced strength and bio-energy blasts. Last Appearance: Excalibur (vol. 2) #13.

    Asp (Cleopatra “Cleo” Nefertiti): Retained her powers after the Decimation. Asp has the power to produce bio-energy blasts, and is a longtime member of the Serpent Squad, and the B.A.D. Girls. She was last seen at the Bar With No Name, during a brawl between Gambit, Joelle, and a group of super-villains. Last Appearance: Gambit (vol. 5) #9.

    Astra (???): Retained her powers after the Decimation. Astra was a member of the Brotherhood working under Magneto, who left the group prior to its on-panel debut in Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #4. She is more widely remembered as the mystery villain who created the clone of Magneto, Joseph. During “The Twelve” storyline, Apocalypse mentions her, and says that she has been dealt with, leading some to believe she may have been killed off-panel by the ancient mutant after her last appearance in X-Men (vol. 2) #87. However, she reappeared in Magneto: Not a Hero #1. She She was last seen escaping by teleporting away prior to a battle between Magneto and Joseph. Last Appearance: Magneto: Not a Hero #4.

    Asylum (Henrique Manuel Gallante aka Darkling): Retained his powers over the Darkforce Dimension after M-Day. Asylum registered with the government per SHRA, but if he was assigned to one of the fifty Initiative teams, it is still unknown which one that would be. Last Appearance: New Thunderbolts #16.

    Audio (Raymond Keyes): Current status after M-Day unconfirmed. Audio is believed to have been depowered by the Decimation. Audio was last seen at the Xavier Institute. Last Appearance: New X-Men (vol. 2) #1.

    Auric (Zhao Tang aka Zhao Kwan aka Gold): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Auric had the power to project optic blasts that speed up the molecular velocity in objects, causing them to burn, melt, or sublimate. He was a member of Gamma Flight who died while being experimented on by the mysterious villain, Sphinx, but his life energy would return and form a composite energy being with his sister, Silver. Last Appearance: Alpha Flight (vol. 1) #90.

    Aurora (Jeanne-Marie Beaubier): Not affected by M-Day, retaining her powers of flight, and produce blinding light when in proximity of her brother, Northstar. Her last romantic partner was an abusive one, in the form of Malcolm Colcorde, the head of Weapon X during her time with the team. She was last seen in New York, at Northstar and Kyle Jinadu’s wedding. Last Appearance: Astonishing X-Men (vol. 3) #52.

    Avalanche (Dominic Szilard Janos Petros aka Jon Bloom): Believed Deceased. Retained his powers to disintegrate inorganic matter, and create seismic tremors after M-Day. He was last seen in New York City, falling off a ledge, possibly to his death, after having carried out an attack on humans after being lobotomized by the Red Skull. Last Appearance: Uncanny Avengers #1.

    Avian (???): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Avian may have been a mutant, or a Savage Land Mutate. She had wings for flight. She was last seen being left to live in the Savage Land by Alpha Flight. Last Appearance: Alpha Flight (vol. 1) Annual #2.

    Axe (???): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Axe was a mutant with augmented strength and durability who served the Hellfire Club as brute force. He was last seen incarcerated in a prison for superhumans. Last Appearance: Wolverine (vol. 2) #164.

    Azazel (???): Retained his teleportation powers after the Decimation. This ancient mutant has a demonic appearance, and claims to have existed during biblical times, before he was trapped in an alternate dimension by ancient angelic mutants, save for brief jaunts back to Earth every few years. On one such excursion, he begat the X-Man, Nightcrawler. He was last seen at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning, being knocked out by Nightcrawler. Last Appearance: Amazing X-Men (vol. 2) #5.
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    Backhand (???): Deceased. Backhand was a member of the Neo Guardian Clan with the power to deflect physical attacks, who was killed when he was disintegrated by the Evolutionaries. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 3) Giant-Size#1.

    Bailey, Gailyn (aka Shatterbox): Deceased. Gailyn was a latent telekinetic and half of Shatterbox who was executed by the Shi’ar Death Squad in during “End of Greys”. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #467.

    Bailey, Joseph Thomas (aka Shatterbox): Deceased. Joseph was a latent telekinetic and half of Shatterbox who was executed by the Shi’ar Death Squad in during “End of Greys”. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #467.

    Bale, Bryson: Deceased. Bale died killing Malcolm Reeves, grabbing him and jumping out of a window. His powers were enhanced strength, and that he could not feel pain. Last Appearance: The Brotherhood #6.

    Banciewicz, Meyer: Deceased. Meyer was the father of Irving Bank and grandfather of Marvel Boy/David Bank, who fought Nazis during World War II. He apparently died of natural causes in the United States, decades later. Last appearance: Justice: Four Balance #4.

    Bandit (Donyell Taylor aka Night Thrasher II): Believed depowered by the Decimation. Bandit lost his power to perform an electro-shocking touch after the Decimation. He has taken up the mantle of his brother, Night Thrasher. His last romantic interest was Silhouette. He was last seen battling against the Hood’s gang with the Avengers Resistance at Camp H.A.M.M.E.R. Last Appearance: Avengers: The Initiative #34.

    Banjo ???: Status after M-Day unknown. Banjo was a ten-year old, eight-foot tall mutant hunchback with enhanced strength who was last seen battling Spider-Man in the Appalachian Mountains with his brother, Bug-Eye. Last Appearance: Spectacular Spider-Man (vol. 1) #156.

    Bank, Irving: Currently does not have demonstrating powers. Irving was the son of Meyer Banciewicz and father of David Bank, whose powers were somehow suppressed by his own father. He was last seen with his son David, as he opened a package sent by Vance Astrovik containing the Marvel Boy costume. Last appearance: Justice: Four Balance #4.

    Banshee (Sean Cassidy): Still in possession of his mutant power to wield a sonic scream after the Decimation. He was killed when he tried to use his sonic scream to deflect the Blackbird away from a passenger jet that Vulcan had aimed it at, but his throat was not healed enough from previous injuries to do so. He was struck by the Blackbird, and he died from massive trauma in X-Men: Deadly Genesis #2. He turned up as a techno-organic virus-infected thrall of Selene in X-Force (vol. 3) #21. His last romantic interest was the late Moira MacTaggart. He was last seen being blasted out of one of the towers on Utopia by Cyclops, but was likely left dead again after Selene was defeated on Genosha in X-Force (vol. 3) #25. He was last seen back from the dead serving as one of the Apocalypse Twins’ Horsemen and battling with Havok. Last Appearance: Uncanny Avengers #13.

    Bantam II(???): Current status unknown. Bantam was a mutant from Bishop’s future timeline with the power to track mutant bioenergy. He was last seen helping Bishop track down Trevor Fitzroy. Last Appearance: Bishop: The Last X-Man #11.

    Barb (???): Current status unknown. Barb was a mutant who lived in Valle Soleada with the ability to shoot needle-like projectiles from his fingers. He was last seen battling Rogue and Cannonball. Last Appearance: X-Treme X-Men (vol. 1) #33.

    Barbarus (???): Barbarus is not a mutant, but a Savage Land Mutate created by Magneto who has four arms. He was last seen attacking Japanese sailing vessels with the Savage Land Mutates. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 3) #10.

    Barbican (???): Believed deceased. Barbican was a member of the Neo with the powers to reshape clay and stone surfaces as well as enhanced physical attributes, and was supposedly in Genosha after the death of the Neo, Rax. He was believed killed when the Evolutionaries disintregated all of the Neo. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #106.

    Barker (Terry Hightower): Current status after M-Day unknown. Barker was a human/bulldog hybrid with sonic disorienting abilities who battled the New Mutants in gladatorial combat, before being set free by Dazzler. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 1) #31.

    Barnacle: (Mortimer Everett): Believed deceased. Barnacle was an Acolyte with the powers to solidify the moisture secreted by the human body, creating an indestructible armor on his skin, or releasing a stream of hardened biomatter to trap others in a shell, and he was in Genosha, prior to Cassandra Nova’s Sentinel attacks and was part of the millions slaughtered. However, after Eli Bard began resurrecting deceased mutants to be Selene’s thralls on Genosha, his mutant energy signature is detected in Bastion’s headquarters in Washington, D.C. It is unknown if he survived Selene’s ascension to godhood on Genosha. Last Mentioned: X-Force (vol. 3) #21.

    Base (Hiro Sokuto): Status after the Decimation unknown. Hiro is a Japanese mutant and member of the super team known as Genetix with control over the four ancient elements: earth, fire, wind and water. He is the brother of Tattoo of the super team know as Tektos who is also a mutant. Hiro was last seen listed as a foreign national on Tony Stark’s list of potential Initiative recruits. Last Appearance: Civil War: Battle Damage Report #1.

    Bash (Vincent Gardner): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Bash was a mutant with enhanced strength and durability, who was last seen escaping custody with Cooter after being captured by Excalibur. Last Appearance: Excalibur (vol. 1) #28.

    Basilisk (Mike Columbus): Deceased. Basilisk was a member of Xorn’s “Special Class” with the power to create a strobe of light from his eye that would temporarily paralyze opponents. Basilisk had his throat crushed for making annoying bad jokes at dramatic moments by Xorn while the villain is high on the drug Kick during his New York City rampage. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #149.

    Bates, William "Billy" aka Porcupine III: Deceased. Billy Bates was a mutant with the power to reshape his flesh into spiky projections, who killed a major anti-mutant lobbyist defending his crush Sylvie Lauziere. He was assassinated on Alexei Vazhin's orders in order to prevent the cycle of violence from continuing. Last appearance: District X #14.
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    Battering Ram (???): Deceased. A human/goat hybrid member of X-Force, X-Statix killed in the Boys-R-Us Massacre. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 1) #116.

    Beacon (Richard Beacon): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Beacon was a mutant with the ability to produce an energized gel from his hands. He was last seen while Rogue and Gambit were battling Sentinels together. Last Appearance: X-Men: Collector’s Choice #1.

    Beak (Barnell Bohusk aka Blackwing): Depowered on M-Day. Beak lost his birdlike mutation due to the Decimation, and at one point, was using advanced technology to operate as an unregistered vigilante named Blackwing as one of the New Warriors led by Donyell Taylor. His current romantic interest is Angel Salvadore. He was last seen, apparently operating as the tech support/handler part of a new Teen Brigade. Last Appearance: Vengeance #6.

    Beame, Nathan: Possibly deceased. Status as a mutant debatable, possibly supernaturally powered, but he was born with various psychic powers. Nathan Beame was a was born with many powers, including the ability to reanimate the dead, transform the living into monstrous forms, levitate, and bend others to his will. He was believed killed in a gasoline fire explosion ignited by the flames of the Ghost Rider. Last Appearance: Ghost Rider (vol. 2) #34.

    Beast (Dr. Henry Philip “Hank” McCoy): Retained his powers on M-Day. Beast’s physical form has become ape-like again after his mutation was stabilized in All-New X-Men #5. His current romantic interest is apparently the half-alien (undetermined what species) S.W.O.R.D. agent, Abigail Brand. He was last seen at the Jean Grey School for Higher , being confronted by Uatu the Watcher. Last Appearance: All New X-Men #25.

    Beautiful Dreamer (???): Deceased. Beautiful Dreamer retained her powers to enter the minds of others while they are unconscious to rearrange their memories with her hallucinogenic dream smoke after M-Day. She was killed when she was injected with the Legacy Virus, and used as a suicide bomb to cause anti-mutant sentiment by the Leper Queen. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 3) #12.

    Beck, Mary: Status after the Decimation unknown. Mary is a mutant teenager who was kidnapped by Critical Mass, with the power to release destructive energy from her body of apparently limitless power. She was last seen being relocated into the Witness Protection Program (and as such "Beck" might not be her real last name). Last appearance: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #50.

    Beckham (??? Beckham): Deceased. Beckham was a member of the mutant business cabal The Gauntlet, foes of X-Man, who was killed when he was torn apart by a Down-Spiral beast. Last appearance: X-Man #63.

    Becky ???: Status unknown after the Decimation. Believed depowered on M-Day. Becky was a member of the "flying class" at Academy X. Last Appearance: X-Men Unlimited (vol. 2) #3.

    Bedlam (Jesse Aaronson aka Jesse Bedlam): Believed to be deceased. One of many mutants found crucified on the lawn of the Xavier compound, Jesse was not believed to have responded to Angel’s blood transfusion, and died. Prior to his death, he had the power to create an electromagnetic wave field that could disrupt electronic devices, or even the neural chemistry of human brains. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #423.

    Beef (Buford Wilson): Resurrected as a techno-organic virus-infected thrall of Selene. Beef, one of the Hellions, apparently has maintained his mutant powers of enhanced strength and stamina after being resurrected after the Decimation. He was killed by Trevor Fitzroy to fuel his time-travel portals in Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #282. However, he turned up with his powers, alive, in X-Necrosha #1, revived with the techno-organic virus to serve as a thrall of Selene. He was last seen on Utopia, attacking the New Mutants. It is unknown if he survived Selene’s ascension to godhood on Genosha. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 3) #8.

    Beezer, Tillie: Status after the Decimation unknown. Tillie Beezer had the power of telekinesis. She was last seen when the X-Men investigated her family to make sure she was safe and left when they were satisfied she was. Last Appearance: Marvelous Adventures of Gus Beezer: X-Men #1.

    Bela (Tom Morgan): Believed deceased. Bela had the power to absorb moisture from victims by touch, and was a member of X’s Brotherhood. He however, was taken captive by Malcolm Reeves, and last seen with both his hands amputated while being tortured for information. Supposedly, Reeves killed him after learning what he wanted. Last Appearance: The Brotherhood #6.

    Beldame (???): Status after the Decimation unknown. Beldame was defeated by Storm and Rachel Summers during “The Goth” storyline. She had the power to reflect any force directed at her, including physical, mental, and varied other energy attacks. Her current whereabouts are unknown. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #385.

    Bella Donna (Bella Donna Bordeuax): Bella Donna retained her powers to perform astral projection, or create blasts of plasma after the Decimation. She was last seen at the Assassins’ Guild in New Orleans, after Kaine killed Candra and the Kingpin took over her guild. Last appearance: Scarlet Spider (vol. 2) #19.

    Berderaux, ???: Status as a mutant not confirmed, only suspected. Status after the Decimation unknown. Mrs. Berderaux was the mother of Toad Boy, the mutant that produced Toad Juice, and was the first person to become addicted to its effects. She showed a fair resistance to the drug’s effects, possibly due to a genetic link between her and Toad Boy, or some unknown mutation she possessed. She was last seen with her son. Last Appearance: District X #4.

    Bernard the Poet (Bernard ???): Status after the Decimation unknown. Bernard was for a long time a latent mutant, but eventually would develop the power to alter people's perceptions with words, provided other mutants are in the vicinity. Last Appearance: Marvel Holiday Special 1999.

    Bertram ???: Status as a mutant not confirmed, believed to only be a homeless human altered by Masque. Current status unknown after M-Day. Bertram was one of the New York City Morlocks, and he had a rubbery, obese body. He may have died on “The Hill", or in the flooding of the New York sewers. Even if he survived both these events, he may have still been depowered on M-Day. Last Appearance: Ghost Rider (vol. 3) #9.

    Berzerker (Ray Carter): Resurrected as a techno-organic virus-infected thrall of Selene. Berzerker, a member of the Morlocks, is apparently still in possession of his electrical powers after the Decimation. He was romantically linked to his fellow Morlock, Scaleface. He originally died while trying to use his electricity powers to blast Cyclops, but instead, Cyclops blasted him into a pool of water in the sewers where he had apparently electrocuted himself in X-Factor (vol. 1) #11. He turned up with his powers, alive, in X-Necrosha #1, as a techno-organic virus-infected thrall of Selene. He was last seen attacking the X-Men on Utopia. It is unknown if he survived Selene’s ascension to godhood on Genosha. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 3) #21.

    Beth ???: Current status after M-Day unknown. Beth was a mutant capable of creating psychic bolts that could knock people out. Despite this, she was still held against her will by the Children of Heaven, and forced to be filmed in pornographic films. She was last seen saving Archangel from one of her captors, Philip. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #47.

    Bette (???): Deceased. Bette was an employee of the X-Ranch. She was a morbidly obese mutant who could make men see their greatest desires by channeling them through smoke. She died when killed by the Church of Humanity in their raid on the brothel. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #399.

    Betto, Giancarlo: Current status after the Decimation unknown. Giancarlo Betto was a mutant landscaper, believed to be related to New X-Man, Dryad, who used his powers to help landscape the dormitories at the Xavier Estate. Last Mentioned: New X-Men (vol. 2) #1.
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    Bevatron (Fabian Marechal-Julbin): Resurrected as a techno-organic virus-infected thrall of Selene. Bevatron, one of the Hellions, is apparently still in possession of his bio-electric powers after being resurrected after the Decimation. He was killed by Trevor Fitzroy to fuel his time-travel portals in Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #282. Bevatron was revived with the techno-organic virus in X-Necrosha #1, as one of the techno-organic virus-infected thralls of Selene. He was last seen on Utopia, attacking the New Mutants. It is unknown if he survived Selene’s ascension to godhood on Genosha. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 3) #8.

    Big Bertha (Ashley Crawford): Retained her powers after M-Day. She is currently a member of the Great Lakes Initiative team, stationed in Wisconsin, and has the power to greatly increase her mass to become a female powerhouse with an obese appearance. Her last romantic encounter was a date with the mercenary, Deadpool. She was last seen battling against the Asbestos Man (sort of). Last Appearance: Fear Itself: The Home Front #6.

    Big Casino (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Believed deceased. Big Casino was supposedly a member of the Neo with a high-density body, and super-strength. He was believed killed when the Evolutionaries disintregated all of the Neo. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #383.

    Big Top (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Big Top had the power to shrink or grow objects, and animate them at will. She was last seen battling X-Factor. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #35.

    Bird-Brain (???): Bird-Brain is not a mutant, but a science-based mutate created by the Ani-Mator. He was once a ward of the New Mutants. He was last seen on the Ani-Mator’s Paradise Island, after being cured of the Ani-Mator’s Genome Virus. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 3) #40.

    Birdy (???): Deceased. The telepath who would accompany Sabretooth for a time would be killed by Graydon Creed in order to spite his father. Last Apperance: Sabretooth: Death Hunt #4.

    Bishop (Lucas Bishop): Bishop was not depowered by M-Day, retaining his power to absorb and rechannel energy. During “Messiah Complex”, Bishop had one of his arms bitten off by Predator X, and cauterized the wound with Sunfire, then stole and attached a prosthetic nuclear-powered battle-ready arm from Forge’s lab before pursuing Cable and the new mutant baby into the future to attempt to murder her. His prosthetic arm, through his conflict through time with Cable, has been badly damaged and is little more than a stub beneath his shoulder now. He was with X-Force, after being rescued from Stryfe. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Force (vol. 2) #17.

    Bitner, Gene: Current status unknown after M-Day. This mutant telepath was a member of the group Promise. Last Appearance: X-Men: The Hidden Years #22.

    Black, Mulholland: Deceased. Originally de-powered on M-Day, then repowered. Mulholland originally lost her power to convert psychic energy to electrical energy. She was, for awhile, repowered by the Initiative, and given the power to possess a psycho-kinetic connection to cities full of people. However, after the organization known as SHADOW tried to remove those powers, they somehow reactivated her mutant ones. Mulholland was killed after her powers were amped out of control so that she would make all of Los Angeles frenzy and riot by Ezekiel Stane, and died, either of seizures, or at the hands of her teammate, Henry Hellrung (undetermined cause of death). Last Appearance: The Order #10.

    Black Box (Garabed Bashur aka Commcast): Black Box had the power receive electromagnetic data transmissions mentally and store them within his consciousness, and was one of the inner circle on Cable’s island nation of Providence. He was originally shot in the head and killed by Deadpool in Deadpool: The Circle Chase #3, and then, after apparently having cloning technology to restore himself back to life, Black Box was brutally murdered by Sabertooth in the wake of the Hecatomb’s attack on Providence in Cable and Deadpool #41. He has apparently been restored to life again reappearing in Deadpool (vol. 2) #57, possibly through a cloning process, which he has utilized before. He was last seen climbing out of a crashed helicopter after trying to get revenge on Deadpool in Texas with Black Tom Cassidy and Black Swan. Last Appearance: Deadpool (vol. 2) #60.

    Black Death (Ivan Kivelki): Status after the Decimation unknown. Black Death was a Russian mutant with the power to take control of another person's actions and tell them what to do. He was forced to wear a containment suit after being exposed to a biological weapon. When last seen, he was defeated by the Beast and Darkstar, and was taken into the custody of the Russian government, who were still trying to find a cure to the bio-weapon that afflicted him. Last Appearance: X-Men Unlimited (vol. 1) #28.

    Black Shadow/White Shadow (???): Deceased. This Chinese mutant suffered from varied mental illnesses and had the power to embody several energy forms at once, apparently survive without food or water, and had enhanced strength. He was last seen battling Wolverine, and himself, before being impaled on Wolverine's adamantium claws. Last Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #47.

    Black Swan (???): The Black Swan was an assassin-for-hire who could create a telepathic virus that would shut down the motor control of his opponents. He was killed by Deadpool, and Agent X, and his body was stuffed and kept by Agency X as a trophy in Agent X #15, but somehow was returned to life to again by unknown means, and attempted to kill Deadpool again. He was last seen talking to Deadpool at a motel. Last Appearance: Deadpool (vol. 2) #60.

    Black Tom Cassidy (Tom Cassidy): Retained his mutation on M-Day, and has his original power to create energy blasts, provided they were channeled through non-conductive organic matter, like his shillelagh, as well as an ability to control plants. He lost his ability to turn into a wooden, tree-like creature that had vast earth elemental and plant-controlling powers. He was last seen trying to get revenge on Deadpool in Texas with Black Box and Black Swan. Last Appearance: Deadpool (vol. 2) #59.

    Black Womb (Amanda Mueller): Deceased. Retained her powers after the Decimation. Black Womb was a mutant with a slowed aging process. She was killed by Mr. Sinister, briefly taking control of Professor X’s body, took control of the Alamogordo facility, and crushed her in servo cables at his command. Last Appearance: X-Men: Legacy (vol. 1) #214.

    Blackgar, Marlene: Current status unknown. Marlene had the mutant power to gaze upon living creatures and turn them to stone. She accidentally turned herself and her father into statues that were last seen on display in the Santa Monica Art Museum after gazing into a mirror while using her power during their pursuit of the werewolf, Jack Russell. Last Appearance: Werewolf By Night (vol. 1) #1.

    Blacklung the Malady Man (Tristam Oberbeck): Current status after M Day unknown. Blacklung was a mutant whose status was revealed in the Fight-Man entry of the Marvel Handbook. had a disease-controlling power, and was last seen having his hands cut off by Agent X. His mutant status revealed in the Fight-Man entry in the Handbook Hardcover. Last Appearance: Agent X #11.

    Blackmore (??? Blackmore): Deceased. Blackmore was a mutant creative genius killed by Bushwacker while under contract from the Marauders. Last Appearance: Daredevil (vol. 1) #248.
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    Blaquesmith (???): Retained his powers after the Decimation. Blaquesmith is a psychokinetic, telepathic mutant from the same alternate future timeline as Cable. He was last seen in the future with Hope, giving her the Psimitar. Last Appearance: Cable and X-Force #13.

    Blasting Cap (???): Status unknown after M-Day. Blasting Cap was a member of the gang known as Trash who had the pyrokinetic power to create explosive blasts. He was last seen being pulled out of the rubble of a building he blew up and loaded into an ambulence by Luke Cage. Last Appearance: Cage (vol. 1) #11.

    Blaze, Siena (???): Resurrected as a techno-organic virus-infected thrall of Selene. Siena retained her electromagnetic powers after being resurrected after the Decimation. She was one of many mutants executed at the Neverland prison camp in Weapon X (vol. 2) #5. However, Siena turned up alive in X-Force (vol. 3) #22, as one of the techno-organic virus-infected thralls of Selene. She was last seen attacking Namor on Utopia. It is unknown if he survived Selene’s ascension to godhood on Genosha. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 3) #22.

    Blind Ali (Ali Al-Zubaidi): Deceased. Blind Ali was a mutant with advanced senses to compensate for his blindness. He was killed when he was decapitated by El Guapo‘s skateboard while he attacked Henrietta Hunter. Last Appearance: X-Statix #13.

    Blind Faith (Alexi Garnoff): Lost his powers on M-Day. A former member of the Russian Winter Guard team of superheroes, Blind Faith’s loss of his telepathic and mind control powers is confirmed when his energy signature is listed among those that make up the collective in New Avengers (vol. 1) #18. Last Appearance: Starblast #1.

    Blindfold (Ruth Aldine): Retained her precognitive powers after the Decimation. current Her last romantic interest was Legion. She was last seen at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning. Last Appearance: X-Men: Legacy (vol. 2) #24.

    Blindside (???): Deceased. Blindside was a mutant teleporter infected with a Brood Egg, who died when Storm electrocuted her with lightning. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #234.

    Blindspot (???): Status unknown after M-Day. Blindspot had the power of memory manipulation, and was last seen in Japan erasing Rogue’s memories to temporarily confuse her to think the X-Men were her enemies. Last Appearance: Rogue (vol. 3) #12.

    Bling! (Roxy Washington aka Bling): Retained her power to have a crystalline, rock body that can shoot out diamond shard crystals after M-Day. She was last seen on a Blackbird Jet on Catalina Island after the X-Men had defeated a group of Sentinels. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 4) #12.

    Blink (Clarice Ferguson): Retained her mutant teleportation powers after the Decimation. Clarice Ferguson of Earth-616, who should not to be confused with her Age of Apocalypse, Earth-295 counterpart, is a member of Selene‘s following. She was believed killed while wielding her teleportation powers while still inexperienced in their use, shredding herself and the Phalanx, Harvest in X-Men (vol. 2) #37, but was revealed to still be alive in X-Necrosha #1. She was last seen at a house party at the New Mutants‘ San Francisco apartment. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 3) #50.

    Bliss (???): Retained her power to have an extended tongue with a full formed head on it, as well as a euphoric bite after M-Day. She was last seen being freed from the influence of Zero II after he failed to assassinate Hope Summers. Last Appearance: Generation Hope #17.

    Blob (Frederick “Fred” J. Dukes): Blob is an obese mutant with the ability to produce a field of gravity directed on himself that made him affectively, an immovable object. He also has greatly enhanced strength and durability. While he was originally revealed to have lost his powers in the Decimation in Generation M #1, he resurfaced with them apparently reactivated somehow in Uncanny X-Men (vol. 3) #16. He was last seen in Madripoor, being knocked out by Magneto after he rejected Mystique’s offer to rule the country as a mutant haven. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 3) #16.

    Bloch, Vincent: Current status after the Decimation unknown. Vincent was a mutant priest who was rescued from the Sabretooth and the Hound Program by the intervention of Omega Red, who was coincidentally there to harass Sabretooth about the Carbonadium Synthesizer. Last appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #138.

    Blockade (Dexter Parrish): Deceased. This mutant with superhuman strength and enhanced physical abilities was an enemy of Cable and Domino. He was killed when Aenteros possessed him and made him snap his own neck. Last appearance: Cable (vol. 1) #81.

    Blockbuster (Michael Baer): Technically Deceased. As one of Mr. Sinister’s Marauders, Blockbuster often escapes death through being repeatedly cloned upon his physical death. Retained his powers after the Decimation. Blockbuster had retained his powers after M-Day, and was a member of Mister Sinister’s Marauders. In the initial rush to recover the new mutant birth, both the Marauders and Purifiers arrived in Cooperstown, Alaska at about the same time. It is unknown at this time what killed Blockbuster, but his body was scavenged after the fact by Predator X in X-Men: Messiah Complex #1. However, another of his clones turned up as part of a team of Marauders to attack the X-Men in New York City in Astonishing X-Men (vol. 3) #48. He was last seen in Red Hook, Brooklyn, fleeing from an unknown force when he was stabbed and killed by Warbird II. Last Appearance: Astonishing X-Men (vol. 3) #50.

    Bloke (Mickey Tork aka Rainbow): Deceased. This member of X-Force/X-Statix had the power to blend into his surroundings, as well as advanced physical abilities. He sacrificed himself by taking several bullets for X-Force’s informant, after being fired upon by Greenpeace. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 1) #118.

    Bloodhawk (???): Deceased. Bloodhawk was a mutant with wings, enhanced strength, and the ability to summon and control birds. He was shot and killed by the villain Stinger, taking the brunt of the blast to protect Thor. Last Appearance: Avengers (vol. 1) #180.

    Bloodlust (Beatta Dubiel): Depowered after M-Day. Formerly, Bloodlust was a mutant with long, razor sharp claws. She was last seen at the auction for the Venom Symbiote. Last Appearance: Marvel Knights Spider-Man #6.

    Bloody Bess (???): Current Status after M-Day unknown. Not confirmed as a mutant, but highly suspected of being one. Bloody Bess had augmented strength and and complete invulnerability, and was a member of the Crimson Pirates. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #385.
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    Bloom, Astrid: Current Status Unknown. Likely comatose. Astrid was a college classmate of Emma Frost and a fellow telepath who tried manipulating Emma against all men. After a psi-battle between the two, Astrid ended up in a comatose state. If she awoke or not, it is unclear if she maintained her telepathic powers after M-Day. Last Appearance: Emma Frost #18.

    Blowhard (???): Deceased. Blowhard was a Morlock with the power to exhale strong gusts of wind. He was shot and killed by one of the Savage Wolf Gang. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #11.

    Blowtorch Brand (Peter Brand): Deceased. Peter was a mutant with complete immunity to fire that had faced the Defenders on at least one occasion. He was shot and killed by the vigilante known as the Scourge of the Underworld while in an adult movie theatre in L.A. Last Appearance: USAgent (vol. 1) #2.

    Bludgeon (???): Status currently unknown. Believed deceased. Bludgeon was one of Elias Bogan’s thugs, and member of the Neo who had enhanced physical abilities. He was last seen in Genosha after the death of the Neo, Rax. He was believed killed when the Evolutionaries disintregated all of the Neo. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #110.

    Blue Condor (Emilie Scholz): Deceased. A Lichtenbader mutant who could increase gravity around her limbs. She was a member of SHIELD’s Task Force at the time of her death. Last Appearance: Gemini/Euroforce: Europa #1.

    Blunt (???): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Blunt was a follower of the mutant Krueger, and was last seen in Florida after battling both the X-Men and the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants I. Last Appearance: X-Men: The Hidden Years #14.

    Bob (???): Possibly Deceased. Retained his powers after the Decimation. Bob 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. Bob has the power to cut a piece of himself off, and transform it into a miniature sentient version of himself, that eventually can be reabsorbed into his mass. He was last seen holding the New Mutants captive in one of Project Purgatory’s bases. 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) #19.

    Bodine, Larry: Deceased. Larry was a mutant who could sculpt light into solid objects. He took his own life after being panicked by crank calls that "X-Factor was coming to get him". Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 1) #45.

    Bogan, Elias: Current Status Unknown after M-Day. Elias Bogan was a powerful telepath last seen battling the X-Treme X-Men team. He is rumored to have been alive in the 1780s, and a founding member of the Hellfire Club, as well as possibly being the original Shadow King, with Amahl Farouk being but a host body he held at one time. Last Appearance: X-Treme X-Men #44.

    Boggart (Robin Wise): Current Status Unknown after M-Day. Boggart was a member of Rogue‘s student squad, known as the Advocates, who had superhuman strength. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #444.

    Bohusk, Axel: Depowered by the Decimation. Axel is one of the children of Angel Salvatore and Barnell “Beak” Bohusk with unnamed siblings who were also depowered. Last Appearance: New Warriors (vol. 4) #8.

    Bohusk, Kara: Depowered by the Decimation. Kara is one of the children of Angel Salvatore and Barnell “Beak” Bohusk who has two unnamed siblings who were also depowered. Last Appearance: New Warriors (vol. 4) #8.

    Bohusk, Tito: Retained his powers after M-Day. The child of Angel Salvatore and Barnell “Beak” Bohusk was last seen beating Vin Stewart at video games in his parent’s house. Last Appearance: New Warriors (vol. 4) #8.

    Bolt (Christopher Bradley aka Maverick II): Resurrected with the techno-organic virus. Bolt retained the power to project electrical blasts after the Decimation. He originally died when he was killed by the real Maverick, who at the time was posing as Agent Zero while in the employ of Weapon X in Weapon X (vol. 2) #21. However, Bolt was revealed to have been resurrected in X-Force (vol. 3) #22, as one of the techno-organic virus-infected thralls of Selene. He was last seen attacking the X-Men on Utopia. It is unknown if he survived Selene’s ascension to godhood on Genosha. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 3) #22.

    Bomb (Anthony ???, aka Bombastic Aghast):* Current status after the Decimation unknown. Bomb has a mutant with the ability to make himself explode, and regenerative abilities who was one of a handful of a moments protected by the government by Wolverine and Sabretooth, prior to the opening of the Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters. He last seen fleeing after a Sentinel prototype attack. Last Appearance: First X-Men #5.

    Bond (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Bond was an Egyptian mutant with enhanced strength and durability. Last Appearance: X-Men Unlimited (vol. 1) #7.

    Book (Annika ???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Book was a mentat with the ability to access the full range of human knowledge. Last Appearance: Excalibur (vol. 2) #12.

    Boom Boom (Tabitha “Tabby” Smith aka Boomer aka Meltdown II): Retained her power to create time bomb explosive energy after the Decimation. Boom Boom was last seen with X-Force, after helping rescue Cable, Hope, and Bishop from Stryfe. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Force (vol. 2) #17.

    Boost (???): Depowered on M-Day. Boost, a Morlock and former member of Gene Nation who can merge with another mutant and increase their powers had his power loss confirmed when his energy signature is listed among those that make up the collective in New Avengers (vol. 1) #18. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men Annual ’97.
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    Bora (Anzhela Federova): Depowered by the Decimation. A former member of the Avant Guard and air manipulator, Bora’s power loss is confirmed when her energy signature is listed among those that make up the Collective in New Avengers (vol. 1) #18. Last Appearance: Web of Spiderman (vol. 1) #76.

    Bouncer I (Skottie Hightower): Current status after M-Day unknown. Bouncer was a human/bulldog hybrid with sonic disorienting abilities who battled the New Mutants in gladatorial combat, before being set free by Dazzler. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 1) #31.

    Bouncer II (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Bouncer was Morlock with the power of teleportation who was never fully seen on panel, only his teleportation signature. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #261.

    Boy (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Boy was one of many mutants driven completely mad by Golgotha in Los Angeles, committing horrible mass murders in his delirium. He was last seen being kicked in the groin by Wolverine. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #168.

    Braddock, Jamie: Deceased. Retained his reality-warping powers after M-Day. Jamie was last seen being killed by Psylocke, to prevent a future version of himself from leading a an demonic invasion of the Omniverse in the present day, by killing his present self. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Force #23.

    Braincell (Kevin ???): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Believed deceased. Braincell was a Morlock with the power to touch a person, and transmit his thoughts into their head. He was most likely either killed in the flooding of the New York City sewers, or in the other dimension known as “The Hill”. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #292.

    Brainchild (???): Current status unknown. Brainchild is not a mutant, but a Savage Land Mutate created by Magneto who has superhuman intelligence. He was last seen being shot at by Deadpool while trying to escape on a pterodactyl. Last Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 2) #7.

    Brand, Abigail (???): Abigail Brand was revealed to be a half-mutant, half-extraterrestrial alien of as-to-yet-be-named species in A v X: Consequences #4. She is the head of S.W.O.R.D., and her current love interest is Beast. She was last seen at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning during school graduation ceremonies. Last Appearance: Wolverine & the X-Men (vol. 1) #42.

    Brashir, Kabar: Deceased. Kabar Brashir was a member of Clan Akkaba with the power of molecular rearrangement. He was last seen being killed by Hamilton Slade. Last Appearance: X-Men: Apocalypse vs. Dracula #3.

    Brass (Sean Watanabe): Depowered by the Decimation. A low-level telepath, Brass’ power loss is confirmed when his energy signature is listed among those that make up the Collective in New Avengers (vol. 1) #18. He is, however, listed in the Civil War: Battle Damage Report as a potential Initiative Recruit due to his knowledge of martial arts. Last Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #71.

    Brawler (???): Status unknown after the Decimation. Brawler had the powers of enhanced strength and durability, 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.

    Breakdown (Esme Fernando): Deceased. Breakdown was a mutant with the power to transform into a volatile energy state that could blow up, and then reform. She was obliterated by Bedlam the Living Brain Blast, and has never reformed. Last Appearance: Alpha Flight (vol. 1) #53.

    Brewer, Amy: Deceased. Amy Brewer was a mutant from Poughkeepsie, who was unaware of her mutant power to resurrect and control the dead when she was angry until after she died herself. She died after her resurrected corpse was being married to her fiancée, and she was happy enough that her powers faded, and she decayed completely. Last Appearance: Alpha Flight (vol. 1) #107.

    Brickbat (???): Deceased. Brickbat was infected with a Brood Egg, who died when Colossus knocked a warehouse over, and Brickbat was crushed in the rubble. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #233.

    Briggs, Billy: Current status after the Decimation unknown. Billy Briggs was a mutant with the ability to produce energy blasts who was last seen after being defeated by Storm, Colossus, and Wolverine after he became obsessed with Storm. Last Appearance: Classic X-Men #39.

    Brink, Marjorie: Current status after the Decimation unknown. Status as a mutant debatable, as at some points she‘s been called a mutant, and others, she has been stated to not have an X-Gene. Marjorie Brink was a mutant librarian with a self-correcting anatomy that had no need to eat or drink, could heal from any injury, including an immunity to all poisons and radiation, and did not age. She was a one time love interest of Dr. Strange, and was last seen observing her own future with him. Last Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #61.

    Briquette (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Briquette is the one member of the Femme Fatales who has yet to be determined if she maintained her pyrokinetic powers or not after the Decimation. Last Appearance: X-Factor(vol. 1) #81.

    Broadband (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Broadband was a citizen of Genosha with the power to sense and receive electromagnetic patterns, and play them back on his face in audio-video format. Last Appearance: Excalibur (vol. 2) #12.

    Bronson, Spencer: Current status after the Decimation unknown. Spencer was a three-eyed mutant with the power to psionically dominate men, but not women. Last Appearance: Mystique #12.

    Broo: Broo is not a human, but a mutant of the alien Brood race, whose mutation is that it has a conscience, as compared to its species‘ typically amoral nature. Broo was rescued from a hive of Brood in Astonishing X-Men (vol. 3) #42. He was last seen in space, working with Warbird II, Kid Gladiator, and Beast. Last Appearance: Wolverine & the X-Men (vol. 2) #1.

    Brown, Peter: Possibly Deceased. Peter Brown was a mutant with unspecified powers who was last seen being being possibly beaten to death by police officers mind-controlled by the Red Skull in New York City. Last Appearance: Uncanny Avengers #3.

    Browning (???): Deceased. Browning was a mutant with the ability to repair non-organic devices. He was killed after the Sentinel he fixed, dubbed Metallak, remembered its true programming and slew him. Last Appearance: X-Men Unlimited (vol. 1) #33.

    Brute I (???): While never confirmed to be a mutant, Brute is highly suspected of being one. Status after the Decimation unknown. Brute was a member of the gang known as Trash, and was last seen in conflict with the Power Pack. Last Appearance: Power Pack (vol. 1) #32.

    Brute II (???): Deceased. Brute was one of the New York City Morlocks who had enhanced strength and durability, and was killed when shot in the head by Cable. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 1) #100.
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    Bubble (???): Believed Deceased. Status after the Decimation unknown. Bubble was a pink mutant with the ability to fly last seen in the town of Mount Haven. He was believed killed by nannites released by Reverend Paul. Last Appearance: X-Treme X-Men #30.

    Bugeye (Abner ???): Status after M-Day unknown. Bugeye was a ten-year old, mutant with the ability to produce “brain-bubbles”, a form of psionic blasts. He was last seen battling Spider-Man in the Appalachian Mountains with his brother, Banjo. Last Appearance: Spectacular Spider-Man (vol. 1) #156.

    Bugman (???): Depowered by the Decimation. Bugman was a resident of Mutant Town whose insect-like mutation gave him green skin, iridescent yellow eyes, and small antenna. He was last seen excited to have been reverted to a handsome human. Last Appearance: Mutopia #5.

    Bukenya, Riek: Deceased. Bukenya was a Ugandan mutant with time-manipulating powers who was killed while defending a group of captured children in his homeland. Last Appearance: Muties #3.

    Bulk (???): Deceased. Bulk was one of the New York City Morlocks who had enhanced strength and stamina, as well as the ability to emit low yield radiation, who died helping the New Mutants battle against the High Evolutionary. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 1) Annual #4.

    Bulwark (Oswald Boeglin): Deceased. Bulwark was a thrall of Emplates with the power to increase his muscle mass who attacked the Massachusetts Academy and Generation X. He was killed after being led to the gas chambers at the Weapon X Neverland prison camp. Last Appearance: Weapon X (vol. 2) #5.

    Bumpkin (???): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Bumpkin was Emma Frost’s green-skinned chauffer at the Massachusetts Academy. He was last seen removing moss from his teeth after being overwhelmed by it during the attack by Black Tom Cassidy. Last Appearance: Generation X #27.

    Burke ???: Deceased. Burke was a mutant ally of Trevor Fitzroy with unspecified powers who was executed by Bishop, Randall, and Malcolm in the present since they had no way to return them to the future to be incarcerated. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #282.

    Burnside, Helen: Believed deceased. Helen Burnside had unspecified powers, and was the assistant to Mr. Beckham, of The Gauntlet. She was likely killed with her employer by the Down-Spiral creatures, when abandoned in their dimension by Nate Grey. Last Appearance: X-Man #63.

    Burke, William: Deceased. Burke was a precognitive External who apparently died of the Legacy Virus. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 1) #37.

    Burner (Byron Calley aka Crucible): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Burner was one of the members of Magneto’s Second Brotherhood of Mutants team. He was last seen battling the New Warriors, and it is unknown if he retained his power to cause objects to combust on M-Day. Last Appearance: New Warriors (vol. 2) #6.

    Burning Puddle (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Burning Puddle was a Morlock living beneath London, and had the power to perspire an acidic substance. He was last seen fleeing the London underground from Mr. Clean. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #398.

    Burst (aka Mutate 28): Deceased. Burke had the mutant ability to create sonic blasts, and was a Genoshan mutate who joined the Acolytes. He was killed in their first attack on Wundagore Mountain, when he was mauled to death by Lord Gator. Last Appearance: Quicksilver #1.

    Butterfly (Lucy Priest): Current status after M-Day unknown. Believed to have lost her powers due to the Decimation. Butterfly was a student of Academy X with the power of flight, last seen at the Xavier estate. Last Appearance: New X-Men (vol. 1) #131.

    Butterfly-Bore (???): Deceased. Butterfly-Bore was a butterfly-winged mutant who was a scientist stationed at an Antarctic research station. He died after tearing his own heart out while being driven mad by Golgotha. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #166.

    Buzzsaw (???): Status after the Decimation unknown. Buzzsaw was a mutant with some unknown energy projection powers, and a member of the Children of Heaven. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #47.

    Byter (Buford Hightower): Current status after M-Day unknown. Byter was a human/bulldog hybrid with sonic disorienting abilities who battled the New Mutants in gladatorial combat, before being set free by Dazzler. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 1) #31.
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    Cable (Nathan Dayspring Summers): Unaffected by M-Day. Cable’s last romantic interest was a woman he met in a future timeline named Hope. He currently possesses his telekinesis, which he had restored by the Mummadrai for his battle against the Hecatomb. His powers would not help him defeat the alien threat, though and in this battle he lost his power of telepathy. He was believed killed after allowing the techno-organic virus to ravage his body, so that he could hold open a time portal to the present from the “Days of Future Past“ timeline for X-Force to escape to the present through, and then the time portal closed on his body in X-Force (vol. 3) #28. However, he turned up alive, with Blaquesmith, in the far future in Avengers: X-Sanction #1. He was last seen at Deadpool’s wedding. Last Appearance: Deadpool (vol. 3) #27.

    Caiman (??? Caiman): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Caiman was a member of Unus's gang in the ruins of Genosha with a reptilian mutation that presumably granted him increased strength and durability. He was last seen following assisting in the defeat of the Magistrates. Last appearance: Excalibur (vol. 2) #4.

    Cain (John Gideon): Deceased. Cain was a mutant that could rebuild solid objects with a touch, through the creation of stone constructs. He was killed in a London subway crash. Last Appearance: Pryde and Wisdom #3.

    Calhoun, Joseph "Licorice": Status after the Decimation unknown. Licorice Calhoun was a mutant musician from the 1930s with the ability to warp reality unknowingly while he was unconscious, after connecting his mind to others telepathically. He was last seen in S.H.I.E.L.D. custody. Last appearance: Fantastic Four (vol. 1) #292.

    Caliban (???): Believed deceased. Is still in possession of his mutant tracking powers after the Decimation, and his resurrection. Caliban dove into the path of three bullets, apparently sacrificing himself to save Warpath in New X-Men (vol. 2) #45. However, in X-Force (vol. 3) #11, his corpse was reanimated with the techno-organic virus by Eli Bard. He was last seen on Genosha as a part of Selene’s army, prior to her completing the spell to achieve godhood and it is believed he was consumed in the magic ritual to achieve Selene’s ascension to godhood on Genosha. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 3) #24.

    Callisto (???): Depowered on M-Day. Callistio was temporarily repowered by Quicksilver and the Terrigen Mists, but her advanced senses were so strong they would overwhelm her during the temporary time she was in control of her powers. She is again depowered, and was last seen as a member of the X-Cell in New York City. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 3) #19.

    Calthrop, Godfrey (???): Retained his powers on M-Day. This member of the Foursaken, this childhood friend of Jamie Braddock is as technopath, and his whereabouts are currently unknown. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #473.

    Campbell, Carol: Current status after the Decimation unknown. Carol Campbell was a mutant capable of wreathing her entire body in flame, however, she did not have any immunity to the flames she produced. She was last seen being taken to the hospital after she lost her self-control and burned herself after finding out that her husband, Ned, was cheating on her with another man. Last Appearance: Madrox #5.

    Campbell, Mary: Current status after the Decimation unknown. Mary had her telekinetic powers activated early by the Retribution Virus, and was last seen after being rescued from Master Mold by Banshee. Last Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #24.

    Campbell, Ned: Deceased. Ned Campbell was a mutant capable of astrally projecting who lived in Mutant Town. He died when he was clawed in his astral form by Wolfsbane, after she caught him carrying out an affair with another man in his astral body, and he tried to silence her. Last Appearance: Madrox #4.

    Candra (aka Kandra aka the Benefactress aka the Red Death): Believed deceased. An External, or immortal mutant telekinetic, Candra seemingly died after placing the sum of her powers in a gem she referred to as her “heart” and the gem was be destroyed, dispersing her life essence in X-Men (vol. 2) #61. However, she slowly reconstituted her immortal form over time, and returned to manipulate the Assassin’s Guild, only to be killed when she was stabbed in the head by Kaine. Last Appearance: Scarlet Spider (vol. 2) #19.

    Cannonball (Sam Guthrie): Not affected by M-Day. Sam retained his power to create a his "blast-field" after the Decimation. His current romantic interest is his Avengers teammate, Smasher. He was last seen with Sunspot in the infirmary at Barbuda, A.I.M. Island. Last Appearance: Avengers World #2.

    Cannonfoot (???): Deceased. Possibly a mutant, based on parentage, but mutant status not yet confirmed. Cannonfoot had a talent for being able to kick cannonball projectiles with his feet at foes with enough force to be lethal. He was a member of the Mongrels, a group employed by the Red Right Hand that consisted of bastard children of Wolverine, that he was unaware he had fathered through the years. He was killed by Wolverine at the headquarters of the Red Right Hand in Mexico. Last Appearance: Wolverine (vol. 4) #10.

    Captain Britain (Brian Braddock): Unaffected by M-Day. Sometimes Brian is listed as a mutant, other times as having his powers granted to him magically by Merlyn and Roma to be a member of the Captain Britain Corps. Captain Britain was working under the auspices of the British government under MI:13, but has recently begun resuming his role in the Captain Britain Corps on Otherworld, as well as the Avengers. He is currently happily married to his wife, Meggan. He was last seen helping protect the Earth from the vengeance of Exitar. Last Appearance: Uncanny Avengers #17.

    Caput (Abraham Verne): Current status unknown after M-Day. Believed to have been depowered by the Decimation. Caput was a mutant with the power of a skeleton made of energy, and was last seen at the Xavier Institute. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 2) #7.

    Carapace (Cara ???): Current status unknown after M-Day. Carapace was part of a group of New York City Morlocks, who was wounded by a Sentinel on a raid, and last seen after being operated on using Wolverine’s claws by Beast. Last Appearance: Wolverine (vol. 1) #900.
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    Carl ???: Current status after the Decimation unknown. Carl was a mutant with purple, warty skin who served as one of the X.S.E.'s informants in Mutant Town. He was last seen being intimidated by Nightcrawler into giving up Jade Parisi's whereabouts. Last appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #450.

    Carla ???: Current status unknown after M-Day. Carla was a human/beaver hybrid, and a member of the London Morlocks, and was killed by the mutant hunter, Mr. Clean. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #395.

    Carnivore I (Dick Chalker): Deceased. Chalker was a mutant who could turn into a dinosaur/human hybrid who died originally when he was hit by a truck, then after being resurrected by Sattanish, died again when Jamie Madrox created a duplicate inside of him, blowing him up. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) Annual #8.

    Carrenna, Gretchen: Deceased. Gretchen was a mutant with a superhuman artistic talent who was impaled on one of her own sculptures by Bushwacker. Last appearance: Punisher War Journal (vol. 1) #12.

    Carrie ???: Current status after the Decimation unknown. Carrie was the babysitter for the Ortega family, whose mutation required her to periodically shed her skin. She was last seen being apologized to by Izzy Ortega, after he insulted her for shedding in front of his children. Last appearance: District X #10.

    Carstairs, Roger: Deceased. Roger Carstairs was a mutant with psychic illusion powers who was shot and killed by a gang leader named Falseface. Last appearance: Man Comics #28.

    Carter ???: Current status unknown after M-Day. Believed to have been depowered by the Decimation. Carter was one of many students taken out on Halloween trick-or-treating in Salem Center from Academy X by the staff. Last Appearance: X-Men Unlimited (vol. 2) #1.

    Carter, Floyd: Deceased. This mutant was among the students who had his name listed by Kitty Pryde as amongst the dead in New X-Men (vol. 2) #20. His powers, or how he died, remains unclear. Last Mentioned: New X-Men (vol. 2) #20.

    Carter, Tad: Current status unknown after M-Day. This mutant telepath was a member of the group Promise. Last Appearance: X-Men: The Hidden Years #22.

    Carver II (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Carver was one of the Morlocks with enhanced strength and durability, as well as bone claws. Last Appearance: Wolverine (vol. 2) #157.

    Cascade (Ross Kincaid): Current status after M Day unknown. Ross is Gamma ray enhanced latent Canadian mutant whose body is composed of a semi-solid liquid state that can shoot blast of waters and flow through small openings. Cascade was last seen aiding Alpha Flight against the Leader and Kimara the Cloudstalker. Last Appearance: Marvel Superheroes Official Game Adventure MH-5 Cat's Paw (canon, believe it or not).

    Cassandra Nova: Possibly Deceased. Retained some telepathic powers after M-Day, in any case, and was last seen existing as a psychic entity without a body. Her mind was transferred into the body of the metamorphic Imperial Guardsman, Stuff, while he was in a larval form, and it was placed within a containment tube in the bowels of the X-Mansion. While at one point it was considered possible she escaped during one of the many inevitable destructions of the mansion, Cassandra used some of her psionic powers to trick the Astonishing X-Men Team into nearly freeing her, and she may have put some of her mind inside the New X-Man, Armor, before the team was teleported into space. Other X-Men stories have indicated the member of Xorn’s special class, Ernst, may be Cassandra Nova living as the girl she never got to be. In any event, a version of Cassandra Nova escaped a distant future timeline, and returned to the past to possess a girl name Ginnyand pose as an entity called the Revenant Queen. She was last seen as the Revenant Queen, having her conscience dispersed by Psylocke and Uncanny X-Force. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Force (vol. 2) #15.

    Castorp, Adrian Leverkuhn: Deceased. Castorp was a six-fingered mutant who could see in the infrared spectrum. He died when the circuit suit he wore shorted out and electrocuted him. Last Appearance: Defenders (vol. 1) #142.

    Catalyst (???): Deceased. Catalyst was a mutant with the power to control the rate of all chemical reactions, including those within living organisms. He died when he fell off a cliff into a river of piranhas. Last Appearance: Sabretooth and Mystique #4.

    Catiana (Tatiana Caban): Retained her powers after M-Day. Catiana can apparently transform into any creature when she physically contacts the blood of it, including animals and people. She was last seen in New York City, bidding farewell to X-23. Last Appearance: X-23 #1.

    Catrini, Susan: Depowered by the Decimation. Susan was a telepath confirmed as depowered when Michael Pointer detects her mutant energies as part of the Collective. Last Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 2) #11.

    Catseye (Sharon Smith): Resurrected with the techno-organic virus. Catseye, one of the Hellions, still has her power to transform into a humanoid feline or panther after the Decimation. She was supposedly killed off-panel by Trevor Fitzroy to fuel his time-travel portals in Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #282. However, she turned up with her powers, alive, in X-Necrosha #1, as a techno-organic zombie in the thrall of Selene. She was last seen on Utopia, attacking the New Mutants. It is unknown if he survived Selene’s ascension to godhood on Genosha. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 3) #8.

    Cell (???): Deceased. Cell was a member of the Chicago Morlocks, and had the power that he existed as one large cell. He died after being executed by a Sentinel. Last Appearance: Morlocks #4.

    Centennial (Rutherford Princeton): Current status after M-Day unknown. Centennial was an elderly mutant with superhuman strength, invulnerability, flight, and heat vision related to Alpha Flight. Last Appearance: Alpha Flight (vol. 3) #12.
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    Cephalopod (Molly Stanwick): Current status after M-Day unknown. This tentacled young mutant was a student at Academy X. Last Appearance: New X-Men (vol. 1) #117.

    Cerise: Shi’ar alien, and not a mutant. Cerise was once a member of Excalibur, and romantically involved with Nightcrawler. She was last seen as a member of Gamora's warriors, known as the Graces, during the "Annihilation" event. Her reasons for joining have yet to be revealed. Last Appearance: Annihilation #6.

    Chamber (Jonathon “Jono” Starsmore aka Decibel): Chamber was originally depowered on M-Day, but then kidnapped from the hospital where he was living on a respirator without his powers by Clan Akkaba. After using the blood of Apocalypse and other technology to cure Jono, he developed an appearance making him look more like the Apocalypse, the ancient mutant Clan Akkaba claims he is descended from, in New Excalibur #9. He then was operating as a vigilante using advanced technology, and demonstrating what appeared to be sonic powers in New Warriors (vol. 4) #1-20. He was not seen then until “Age of X”, and at its conclusion, in New Mutants (vol. 3) #24, as Legion used his vast powers to reset reality, Chamber was left with his original power set. Jono’s last romantic interest was the pop star Sugar Kane, prior to M-Day. He was last seen having his potential death undone by Legion. Last Appearance: X-Men: Legacy (vol. 2) #24.

    Chambers, Timothy: Deceased. Timothy Chambers was the father of the villain Empyrean, whose mutation accelerated his aging and who was killed in a car accident. Last appearance: X-Men Annual (vol. 2) #2.

    Chance (???): Current status unknown after M-Day. This Chance was a member of the Fallen Angels, and at one time one of the Vanisher’s thieves. She had the power to randomly enhance, or inhibit the abilities of other mutants, which she referred to as her "double or nothing" power. Last Appearance: Fallen Angels (vol. 1) #7.

    Changeling (Kevin Sydney): Deceased. The metamorphic mutant more commonly known as Morph’s 616 counterpart died in Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #42 in battle with Grotesk while impersonating Professor X, without the X-Men’s knowledge. While his ghost has been used as a plot device, he has never successfully had his 616 incarnation return from the dead. Last appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #42.

    Chantel, Lourdes: Deceased. Lourdes was a mutant teleporter who was a member of the New York chapter of the Hellfire Club, and lover of Sebastian Shaw who was killed in an attack by Sentinels. Last Appearance: Classic X-Men #7.

    Chase, Trevor: Current status after the Decimation unknown. Trevor was the grandson of Destiny and surrogate nephew of Mystique, with the power to warp reality to his liking. Last appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #139.

    Charm (???): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Charm was a member of Gene Nation with enhanced strength, reflexes, and agility. Charm was last left to survive in an abandoned African village, and to live off the land there. Last Appearance: Storm (vol. 1) #4.

    Chela (???): Deceased. Chela was a member of X’s Brotherhood who was killed by being choked with excess skin from Phat at the X-Force parade. Last Appearance: The Brotherhood #9.

    Cheney, Lila: Retained her powers after M-Day. Lila Cheney is a mutant teleporter who can only transport herself in interstellar increments. Her last romantic encounter was with her old flame, Cannonball. She was last seen in Washington, D.C., trying to prevent Legion from destroying the Earth as the World Worm. Last Appearance: X-Men: Legacy (vol. 2) #23.

    Chickenwings (???): Deceased. Chickenwings was one of the New York City Morlocks with the powers of enhanced speed, and flight with feathered wings. He was stalked and killed by Sabertooth after the Mutant Massacre. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #51.

    Chimera (???): Retained her power to generate ectoplasmic constructs after the Decimation. The plane-hopping mutant known as Chimera was last seen having her mind freed of the telepathic influence of an unknown villain by Karma. Last Appearance: Astonishing X-Men (vol. 3) #49.

    Chimere: Current status after the Decimation unknown. Believed to have lost their powers on M-Day. Chimere was the leader of a mutant gang in Genosha. Last mentioned: Excalibur (vol. 3) #3.

    ??? Cho: Deceased. This mutant girl died when the Decimation struck, from unknown circumstances related to losing her powers. Last Mentioned: Nation X #2.

    Choir: (Irina Clayton): Depowered due to the Decimation. On M-Day, Irina lost the many mouths she had that formed a ring around her neck. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #150.

    Chrome (Allen Marc Yuricic): Deceased. Chrome died in the crash of Asteroid M, with his last act being to use his powers of chemical manipulation to coat members of the Acolytes with chrome so that they might survive the crash. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #3.
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    Cipher (Alisa Tager): Specific origin of her powers is unknown, but believed to be a mutant. Cipher has the power of invisibility, both physical, and to psionics. She was last seen on a Blackbird Jet on Catalina Island after the X-Men had defeated a group of Sentinels. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 4) #12.

    Ciscernos, Selena: Deceased. Not a mutant, but one of the mutant/Deviant hybrid child guinea pigs of the Damocles Foundation. She possessed the power to shapeshift. She died in the hospital after meeting with Domino. Last appearance: X-Force (vol. 1) #86.

    Clarity (William Knoblach): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Clarity is a mutant with the power to psionically absorb and analyze information to the smallest degree. Last Appearance: Cable (vol. 2) #82.

    Clay (???): Possibly Deceased. Retained his powers after the Decimation. Clay is a mutant with Duplication powers, and a mercenary foe most commonly of X-Factor Investigations. He was last seen working for the Assassins Guild to attack Wolverine and Domino, when he, or one of his duplicates was stabbed through the head by Hand ninjas. Depending on if it was Clay, or a duplicate, would be the deciding factor in his survival of this attack. Last Appearance: X-Force: Sex and Violence #2.

    Clicker (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Clicker was a member of Sabretooth's first mutant gang, with green skin, who had the power to enflame himself in green plasma. He was last seen witnessing Mystique betraying Sabretooth to authorities. Last appearance: X-Men Unlimited (vol. 1) #40.

    Clive (Clive Vickers) Deceased. Clive was a member of X’s Brotherhood who had the mutant ability to fly. He was killed after being run over by Malon Reeves, then to finish him off he was drained completely of life by Bela. Last Appearance: The Brotherhood #4.

    Cloak (Tyrone “Ty” Johnson): At some times has been listed as a mutant with a latent X-gene activated by a drug, others as a science-based mutate. Most recently, however, Dr. Nemesis observed that he did not have an X-Gene in Cloak & Dagger One-Shot #1. Tyrone was last seen with Wolverine, Dagger, and Remus, staging a raid on a manse owned by Romulus. Last Appearance: Wolverine (vol. 1) #313.

    Cluster (???): Fantomex II is a human-sentinel hybrid, and was created in a cloning accident intended to resurrect Fantomex at Cavern-X. She possesses enhanced reflexes, illusion-generating abilities, and a nervous system, E.V.A. that operates independently of her after the Decimation. Her last romantic interest was Psylocke. She was last seen leaving Madripoor after being rescued from Weapon XIII by Psylocke. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Force (vol. 2) #9.

    Coach (??? Aka The Arm): Deceased. Shot dead by one of the charges on his team, U-Go Girl, after trying to rape her. His lone power was that he had a single arm with enhanced strength. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 1) #120.

    Coffin, Johnston: Deceased. Exact nature of powers uncertain. He may be a mutant, or, as he claims, a living embodiment of the concept of "hatred." Regardless, Coffin was the warden of the House of Correction, with various vaguely-defined powers including levitation, superhuman reflexes, invulnerability, and the ability to summon miniature storms of purple energy. He died when Banshee blew him off the House's top floor. Last appearance: Generation X #66.

    Colin ???: Current status after the Decimation unknown. Colin was one of "Filthy Frankie" Zapruder's men, whose only mutation seemed to be a beard made of tentacles. He was last seen in his boss's office. Last appearance: District X #5.

    Collective Man (Chang, Han, Ho, Lin, and Sun Toa Yu): Retained their powers to merge into one more powerful entity after M-Day. Collective Man (Men) was a member of a Chinese Superhero team, who was last seen in Chinatown, in San Francisco, being defeated by a team of X-Men. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #532.

    Collider (James “Jim” Prindle): Depowered on M-Day. This former student of the Xavier Institute lost his power to turn matter into any other substance due to the Decimation. Last Appearance: Generation M #4.

    Collins, Russel “Rusty” (aka Firefist): Resurrected with the techno-organic virus. This pyrokinetic mutant was at one time a charge of the original X-Factor, but would eventually join both the Mutant Liberation Front, and Acolytes. His longtime romantic interest was Skids. He was killed when Holocaust absorbed his life force, killing him, in X-Men (vol. 2) #42. However, he turned up as a techno-organic virus-infected thrall of Selene in X-Force (vol. 3) #21. He It is unknown if he survived Selene’s ascension to godhood on Genosha. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 3) #22.

    Colossus (Piotr Rasputin): Retained his power to have a steel-skinned form with enhanced strength and endurance after the Decimation. Colossus originally died after injecting himself with the Legacy Virus in Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #390, but was resurrected by Ord, of Breakworld, in Astonishing X-Men (vol. 3) #4. He became the avatar of Cyttorak in Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #542, but was freed from his influence by Magik’s Soulsword in [I]Uncanny X-Men (vol. 2) #20[/-I]. His current romantic interest is Domino. Colossus was last seen with X-Force, after helping rescue Cable, Hope, and Bishop from Stryfe. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Force (vol. 2) #17.

    Compound (???): Deceased. Compound was a member of the London Morlocks who was killed by Mr. Clean. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #395.
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    Concussion (Mikhail ???): Deceased. Concussion was a mutant who could generate blasts of concussive force from his hands. He was killed by the cyborg assassin, Firefox. Last Appearance: Soviet Super-Soldiers #1.

    Connaughton, Liam: This Irish mutant had the power to create explosions at range, and was thought killed a British Army officer Muties #6, rather than let him live so that he might be used as a weapon, but was last seen in London, meeting the Queen of England. Last Appearance: X-Men: Legacy (vol. 2) #14.

    Connie ???: Believed Deceased. Current status after the Decimation unknown. Connie was a winged mutant who lived in the town of Mount Haven. She was likely killed by Reverend Paul’s nanomite attack. Last Appearance: X-Treme X-Men (vol. 1) #29.

    Conquistador (Miguel Provenza): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Conquistador had a bio-aura with the Earth, that he could use to control rocks, soil, and Earth as well as increase his size, strength, and durability. He was last seen being defeated in battle by El Aguila, who at least temporarily denied him the use of his formidable powers. Last Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #9.

    Contact (Frida Rivera): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Believed to have been depowered by the Decimation. One of many students controlled by Cassandra Nova and forced to attack Wolverine, but one of the few given a name. This eyeglass-wearing psychometric mutant is believed to have been depowered on M-Day. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #126.

    Cool Million (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Cool Million was a mutant with the power to make eye contact with a person, and to plant a suggestion in their mind to command them. He was last seen attempting to deliver a captured Iron Fist to Hydra agents. Last Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #129.

    Cooper, Valerie “Val”: Human. Val is currently S.H.I.E.L.D.’s deputy director of the Office of National Emergency, and the O.N.E. Sentinel Squad that oversees mutant affairs in the United States. She was last seen with X-Factor Investigations, targeting a group of militant mutant haters. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #233.

    Cooter (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Cooter was a female mutant with the power to psionically increase greed in others. She was last seen helping the mutant Bash escape the custody of authorities. Last Appearance: Excalibur (vol. 1) #28.

    Copycat (Vanessa Geraldine Carlysle): Deceased. Copycat was a shapeshifter, and former love interest of Deadpool who was killed by Sabertooth. Last Appearance: Deadpool (vol. 1) #59.

    Corben (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Corben was a mutant with the power to siphon energy from outside sources such living beings, or even light. He was last seen battling X-Force. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 1) #115.

    Corkscrew (Timmy Glenn): Deceased. Corkscrew was a mutant with the power to turn his arms into corkscrew-like appendages. He was deemed unfit for duty on X-Force by Doop due to mental instability, and apparently axed to death and buried in the woods a short time later by Doop. Last Appearance: X-Statix #1.

    Cortez, Anne-Marie: Deceased. Anne-Marie was a member of Magneto’s Acolytes with telepathic abilities who died when Asteroid M crashed. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #3.

    Cortez, Fabian: Believed deceased. Fabian had the power to amplify the mutant powers of others, and was killed by Magneto when he was magnetically grabbed and smashed against rocks on Genosha in Magneto: Dark Seduction #4. However, he would be resurrected with the techno-organic virus, and turn up in the attack on Utopia in X-Force Annual (vol. 3) #1 as one of Selene’s thralls. He was last seen on Utopia, battling Deadpool and Loa and was believed killed in this battle, or by Selene, in the ritual she cast to achieve godhood. Last Appearance: X-Force Annual (vol. 3) #1.

    Costanza, Mrs. (??? Costanza aka ??? Danzinger aka The Siren): Deceased. This mutant, whose first name is never given, had the power to speak, and gain the obsessive loyalty of whoever heard her voice. She was shot and killed by Officer Gus Kucharsky of the NYPD. Last Appearance: District X #1.

    Cougar (???): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Cougar was a mutant with a feline mutation whose only appearance was that a statue of him was brought to life to fight Cyttorak by Stevie Wojciehowicz. Last Appearance: Marvel Age #64.

    Courier I (Hans Middlestadt): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Courier has been listed as both a mutant, and a human mutate, making his status unclear. He had the power to discharge electrical bio-energy. Last Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #130.

    Courier II (Jacob Gavin, Jr.): Status currently unknown after M-Day. Courier was last seen stuck in female form after using his shape-shifting powers to morph into a woman. Last Appearance: Gambit (vol. 3) #24.

    Cowboy (Luke Merriweather): Current status after M-Day unknown. Cowboy was a member of Team America a.k.a. the Thunderiders, and had the power to project his strength, stamina, and knowledge into another collective being along with the other members of Team America. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 1) #6.
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    Cox (??? Cox): Deceased. Cox was a member of The Gauntlet, with unspecified powers, who was killed off-panel by the Down-Spiral creatures. Last mentioned: X-Man #63.

    Crag (???): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Crag may have been a mutant, or a Savage Land Mutate. He had a body seemingly made of stone, and was last seen being left to live in the Savage Land by Alpha Flight. Last Appearance: Alpha Flight (vol. 1) Annual #2.

    Cragg, Nelson: Deceased. Cragg was an inmate at the Ravencroft Asylum who was killed by Prism after losing his powers on M-Day. Last Appearance: Generation M #3.

    Crawler (???): Current status unknown after M-Day. Crawler was a member of the Mutant Underground of Singapore who could climb up walls. He was last seen locating Magneto in Singapore. Last Appearance: X-Men vs. Avengers #4.

    Crazy Legs (???): Status currently unknown after the Decimation. Crazy Legs was a member of the mutant gang known as Trash, and was last seen being loaded onto an ambulance by Luke Cage. Last Appearance: Cage (vol. 1) #11.

    Creed, Clara: Status currently unknown after the Decimation. Clara Creed is the sister of Sabretooth, and possessed a healing factor. She was last seen in an abandoned motel room in New York City around the turn of the 20th Century. Last Appearance: Origin II #4.

    Crimson Commando (Frank Bohannon): Deceased. Bohannon lost his powers in the Decimation. Prior to it, he had peak physical abilities, the power to be resistant to psychic attacks, and a slowed aging factor complemented by cybernetic implants. Once the Decimation hit, the former Freedom Force member started aging rapidly, and began to fear he would die if he could not find some kind of intervention for his problem. He died when Wolverine decapitated him with his claws for kidnapping Hope Summers, who he was hoping to try and force to somehow cure him. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #539.

    Crimson Commando II (???): Status currently unknown. This mysterious woman appeared as part of Mystique’s Brotherhood of Evil Mutants taking up the mantle of Crimson Commando, and was defeated and has not been seen since. It is unknown if she retained her powers after M-Day. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #106.

    Crimson Daffodil (aka Wombat aka ???): Status currently unknown after the Decimation. Crimson Daffodil had the power to dampen the fear centers of a person’s brain, and reroute those signals to the pleasure centers of the brain, instead, making them unusually cooperative with him. He was last seen battling the Marked Man. Last Appearance: Cloak And Dagger (vol. 3) #11.

    Critical Mass (Arnie Gunderson): Possibly deceased. Critical Mass was an obese mutant who could release energy blasts from his hands, and was a foe of Spider-Man and Wolverine. He was believed killed when his hostage, Mary, blew up his hideout, though given that Spider-Man, Wolverine, Bloodlust, and Whiplash survived the explosion, he could very well still be out there. Last appearance: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #50.

    Croc (???): Deceased. Croc was a member of the London Morlocks who was killed by Mr. Clean. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #395.

    Cross, Elijah: Deceased. Leader of the terrorist faction X-Cell, who believed M-Day was a government conspiracy. Lost his powers to manipulate density after M-Day, and tried to regain them after an encounter with Quicksilver. However, his repowering was not meant to be, as Elijah soon began to smoke, and he exploded on the spot, killing him. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 3) #17.

    Crosta (Crosta ???): Retained his mutant powers after M-Day. Crosta is a mutant Atlantean with the power to create explosive, directed shockwaves. He was last seen at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning. Last Appearance: Nightcrawler (vol. 3) #1.

    Crucible (Byron Calley): See Burner.

    Crule (???): 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) #52.

    Crumm, Lucy: Current status after M-Day unknown. Lucy was a telepath and empath who was last seen nearly being wed to Blackheart, but was rescued by a trio of heroes. She apparently also shed one drop of blood on a dagger that was used by Blackheart to slay Mephisto. Last Appearance: Wolverine/Punisher/Ghost Rider: Dark Design #1.

    Cryptid (Andy Hartnell): Status after the Decimation unknown. Andy was a feral ratlike mutant who was last seen being taken out trick-or-treating from the Xavier Institute on Halloween. Last Appearance: X-Men Unlimited (vol. 2) #1.

    Crypto (aka Selby ???): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Selby was a member of the Mutant Liberation Front who had the mutant power to understand binary code to an extent that he could understand and alter computer programming. Last Appearance: Excalibur (vol. 1) #104.

    Crystal ???: Depowered by the Decimation. Crystal was the ex-girlfriend of Ronnie, who tried to shoot her after she broke up with him. She was last seen being rescued by Rictor. Last appearance: X-Factor (vol. 3) #3.
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    Cuckoo, Celeste (aka Weapon XIV, Unit 01): Retained her telepathic powers and ability to turn her epidermis into diamond after M-Day. She was last seen in Chicago, after having been attacked by Sentinels. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 3) #19.

    Cuckoo, Esme (aka Weapon XIV, Unit 02): Deceased. Esme was one of Emma Frost's clones who was killed by Kuan-Yin Xorn with her own metal earrings during Xorn's attack on New York City. Last appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #150.

    Cuckoo, Irma (aka Weapon XIV, Unit 03, aka Mindee Cuckoo): Retained her telepathic powers and ability to turn her epidermis into diamond after M-Day. She was last seen in Chicago, after having been attacked by Sentinels. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 3) #19.

    Cuckoo, Phoebe (aka Weapon XIV, Unit 04): Retained her telepathic powers and ability to turn her epidermis into diamond after M-Day. was last seen in Chicago, after having been attacked by Sentinels. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 3) #19.

    Cuckoo, Sophie (aka Weapon XIV, Unit 05): Deceased. Sophie was one of Emma Frost's clones who died after using the drug kick to boost her powers and defeat Quentin Quire. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #137.

    Cudgel I (???): Status currently unknown after the Decimation. Possibly deceased. Cudgel was one of Elias Bogan’s thugs, and supposedly a member of the Neo with enhanced physical abilities. He was believed killed when the Evolutionaries disintegrated all of the Neo. Last Appearance: X-Treme X-Men (vol. 1) #44.

    Cudgel II (Liam Bremner): Status currently unknown after the Decimation. Believed to have been depowered by the Decimation. This Cudgel was an Academy X student who could transform his arms into mallets. Last Appearance: X-Men Unlimited (vol. 2) #10.

    Culloden, Zoe: Current status after the Decimation unknown. Zoe was a mutant with unspecified powers who worked for the interdimensional firm of Landau, Luckman, and Lake. She was last seen at Deadpool's funeral, after he was killed by Weapon X. Last Appearance: Deadpool (vol. 3) #61.

    Cupric (Derek Zheng): Deceased. This early member of X-Statix was killed on one of the team‘s early missions. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 1) #116.

    Cutter II (Sullivan): Current status after M-Day unknown. Cutter had the power to cause spikes to protrude from his flesh. Last Appearance: X-Treme X-Pose #2.

    Cuzco, Inza: Current status unknown after the Decimation. This Peruvian mutant and member of the Shining Path was last seen in prison, with an eardrum ruptured by Cable. It is unknown if she retained her powers after M-Day. Last Appearance: Cable (vol. 1) #100.

    Cybelle (???): Deceased. Cybelle was one of the New York City Morlocks who had the ability to secrete acidic mist from her pores. She was killed after being stabbed with Harpoon’s spear during the “Mutant Massacre”. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #211.

    Cyber (Silas Burr aka Milo Gunderson): Deceased, at least until he finds a new body to possess. Retained his powers after M-Day. Cyber was long believed to be deceased, after his death at the hands of Apocalypse’s Dark Riders to get the adamantium that coated most of his body to try and infuse it into Wolverine to restore his, at the time lost adamantium skeleton. It has been revealed, however, that addition to his mutant tracking ability, Cyber can also maintain his consciousness on the Astral Plane, and use it to possess and inhabit the bodies of others, to replace his own. He apparently had his latest body die from a faulty heart that gave out, after Daken stole the medication he used to help control it, and then angered him until he had a heart attack. Last Appearance: Wolverine: Origins #32.

    Cybill ???: Deceased. Cybill was a mutant with some sort of holographic projection power who died inexplicably in Mt. Haven after Kitty Pryde phased through her. Last Appearance: X-Treme X-Men (vol. 1) #28.

    Cyclops (Scott Summers): Cyclops retained his power to project optic blasts after M-Day, and has continued to lead the X-Men. His last romantic interest was Emma Frost. Cyclops was last seen in Chicago, after having been attacked by Sentinels. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 3) #19.

    Cyclops II (???): Deceased. Cyclops II was a member of the London Morlocks with enhanced size and strength who was killed by Mr. Clean. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #395.

    Cypher (Doug Ramsey): Cypher has the power to speak and comprehend any language, and still maintains it after being resurrected after the Decimation. He died taking a bullet for Wolfsbane on the Ani-Mator’s island in New Mutants (vol. 1) #60. However, Doug was resurrected by Eli Bard with the techno-organic virus and became one of Selene’s thralls in X-Necrosha #1. He was last seen at Serval Industries. Last Appearance: All New X-Factor #6.
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