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    Prudence (aka Prudence Leighton, aka Agent 16): Deceased. Prudence was a mutant member of the Mutant Underground who had the ability to psi-jump into the bodies of other women, and then control their actions. She was killed when immolated by the pyrokinetic mutant, Steinbeck. Last Appearance: Mystique #1.

    Psi-Borg (Aldo Ferro aka Topo Siciliano aka Vole): Current status unknown after M-Day. Aldo Ferro was a mutant cyborg with a variety of physical and psychic powers. He was last seen battling Sabretooth. Last Appearance: Sabretooth #1.

    Psimon (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Psimon was a mutant with various telepathic-related and telekinetic powers and the brother of Psiren. Last Appearance: Warlock (vol. 4) #4.

    Psiphon (???): Current status unknown after M-Day. Psiphon was a mutant terrorist with the ability to psionically channel negative emotions into his own size, strength and durability. He was last seen knocked out, and left for authorities by Vengeance. Last Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #166.

    Psimon (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Psimon was a mutant with various telepathic-related and telekinetic powers and the brother of Psiren. Last Appearance: Warlock (vol. 4) #4.

    Psiren (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Psiren was a mutant with various telepathic-related and telekinetic powers, and the sister of Psimon. Last Appearance: Warlock (vol. 4) #4.

    Psychobabble (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Mutant status not confirmed, only suspected. Psychobabble had borderline personality disorder, the ability to morph into various physical manifestations of his various personalities, and greatly enhanced strength. He was last seen being taken into custody after a confrontation with Doc Samson Last Appearance: Incredible Hulk Annual (vol. 2) #20.

    Psylocke (Elizabeth “Betsy” Braddock aka Captain Britain II aka Lady Mandarin aka Kwannon): Restored to life a year after her death in Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #455 and retained her power of telekinesis after M-Day. She has most recently had her consciousness returned to Kwannon’s body after overcoming the machination of the Red Queen in Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #511. Her last romantic interest was Fantomex. She was last seen after the X-Men had defeated Arkea. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 4) #12.

    Puceanu, William: Status after the Decimation unknown. William is the father of Meggan, with unknown powers, who was listed as a mutant in the United Kingdom entry in Marvel Atlas #1, and had the power to possess “crawly dolls”. He was last seen with Meggan, during her childhood, specifically Captain Britain #8. Last Appearance: Captain Britain (vol. 2) #8.

    Puck II (Zuzha Yu): Deceased. Zuzha retained her powers after M-Day, and was serving on Alpha Flight when they did battle with the Collective, dying in the attack. Last Appearance: New Avengers (vol. 1) #16.

    Puff Adder (Gordon Fraley): Retained his powers after the Decimation. Puff Adder is a former member of the Serpent Society, and the Masters of Evil with the power to enlarge his body, breathe noxious gas, and possessed some superhuman strength. He was last seen being knocked out by Hope during an attempted bank robbery by the Serpent Society. Last Appearance: Avengers vs. X-Men #0.

    Pulse V (Augustus ???): Unaffected by M-Day. Originally, Pulse was brought to the mansion by Mystique, who wanted to fix him up with Rogue. Instead, he helped the X-Men battle Apocalypse and his new Horsemen. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #184.

    Punchout (???): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Punchout was a super-strong member of the team of Genoshan Magistrates known as the Press Gang. Her current whereabouts, or the status of her powers is unknown. Last Appearance: Cable (vol. 2) #26.

    Purge IV (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Purge was one of the number of the mutants who battled Storm during “The Arena”. He could generate energy lashes that when touching individuals, would cause great pain in their nerve clusters. Last Appearance: X-Treme X-Men (vol. 1) #39.

    Purge V (???): Depowered on M-Day. Purge was temporarily repowered by the Terrigen Mists, with help from Quicksilver, but had very poor control over his powers. The effects of the Mists eventually wore off, leaving him human again. Last Appearance: Son of M #5.

    Purple Man (Zebediah Killgrave): Unconfirmed if his powers are mutant in origin, or human mutate in origin, specifically. Assuming he is a mutant, Purple Man was last seen in New York City, in the middle of a melee between a group of villains manipulated by the himself, the Puppet Master, and Misty Knight. Last Appearance: Villains for Hire #4.

    Purser, Sarah: Deceased. Sarah Purser killed herself after the loss of her powers of flight. Last Appearance: Generation M #4.

    Pyro (St. John Allerdyce): Resurrected with the techno-organic virus. Still possesses his power to control flame after the Decimation. The former Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and Freedom Force member would succumb to the Legacy Virus in Cable (vol. 2) #87. However, he turned up as a techno-organic virus-infected thrall of Selene in X-Necrosha #1. He was last seen attacking Archangel on Utopia, but it is unknown if he was present amongst those killed in Genosha when Selene completed her spell to ascend to godhood. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 3) #7.
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    Queen (Adriana “Ana“ Soria): Deceased. Status as a mutant debatable, was believed to have been a latent mutant who was brought into “Operation Crossroads” for being “genetically likely candidate” for the project. There, she was exposed to radiation to bring about her superhuman abilities. The Queen has various insect-related powers, including but not limited to: insect control, hive-mind telepathy to control any creature with latent insect DNA, and and a sonic scream. She killed by Kaine during the climactic battle for “Spider-Island“. Last Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #672.

    Questa (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Questa is a member of the assassin's guild whose latent mutant shape-shifting abilities were activated by Candra. He was last seen being knocked out by Rogue, after he taunted her by appearing to be Gambit, and Ms. Marvel. Last appearance: Rogue (vol. 1) #3.

    Quicksilver (Pietro Django Maximoff): Originally de-powered after M-Day, but Pietro has regained his super-speed powers. His last romantic interest was an impromptu kiss he shared with Warbird II at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning. He was last seen at Serval Industries. Last Appearance: All New X-Factor #6.

    Quick Start (Robert Nazario): Believed Deceased. Quick Start was a super-speedster whose mutant nature was revealed in the Marvel Handbook Hardcover, and was believed killed in a van explosion while battling Fight Man. Last Appearance: Agent X #11.

    Quiet Bill (Bill Kimpton): Deceased. Quiet Bill could open portals to view alternate universes and futures, and after losing his powers on M-Day, would become one of the targets of the Marauders during "Blinded By the Light". He was killed by the Marauder Riptide while in an elevator full of innocent bystanders. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #200.

    Quiet Man (Steinbeck, aka Prudence Leighton): See entry for Steinbeck.

    Quill I (???): Current status unknown. This Quill is one of Mad Jim Jasper’s Warpies and not a mutant., While the power loss of at least one character named Quill was confirmed when the energy signatures are listed among those that make up the Collective in New Avengers (vol. 1) #18, it wasn‘t this guy, just to clarify. Last Appearance: Avengers Spotlight #29.

    Quill II (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. This Quill was a mutant who could not only produce quills from his body, but fire them like projectiles at opponents. He may have been the Quill depowered on M-Day listed on SHIELD's computer in New Avengers (vol. 1) #18. Last Appearance: Fantastic Four (vol. 1) #335.

    Quill III (???): Status unknown after M-Day. This Quill is one of the mutant combatants Storm once faced in the mutant fight club known as "The Arena", and the power loss of at least one character named Quill was confirmed when the energy signatures are listed among those that make up the Collective in New Avengers (vol. 1) #18. Last Appearance: X-Treme X-Men #39.

    Quill IV (Max Jordan): Deceased. While this Quill retained his powers after M-Day, he was nonetheless shot point black and killed in the Purifiers’ assault on the Xavier Institute. Last Appearance: New X-Men (vol. 2) #27.

    Qwerty (???): Deceased. Qwerty was a Morlock with precognitive powers who died of natural causes just after M-Day, but not before prophesizing a new mutant birth, regardless of the Decimation. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #490.
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    Rabin, Greta: Status unknown after M-Day. Not confirmed as a mutant, only suspected. Greta Rabin had mind control powers, and was last seen telling her comatose brother she would one day control the world. Last Appearance: Incredible Hulk (vol. 2) #387.

    Radian (Christian Cood aka Phaser): Lost his powers due to the Decimation. Radian was a member of the Omega Gang who was depowered on M-Day. He has been operating as an unregistered vigilante under the moniker Phaser, using advanced technology in lieu of his lost mutant powers. He was last seen as the New Warriors team he was a member of disbanded. Last Appearance: New Warriors (vol. 4) #20.

    Radioactive Man II (Igor Stanchek): Deceased. Radioactive Man II was a Russian mercenary with the ability to manipulate radiation who allied with Klaw who was killed by Shuri during an attack on Wakanda. Last Appearance: Black Panther (vol. 4) #6.

    Radius (Jared Corbo): Lost his powers due to the Decimation. Radius was once a member of Alpha Flight, Radius had a forcefield around his body until M-Day. His power loss was confirmed when the energy signatures are listed among those that make up the Collective in New Avengers (vol. 1) #18. Last Appearance: Wolverine (vol. 2) #142.

    Rain Boy (Carl Aalston aka Marco Polo aka Aqua Boy): Status unknown after the Decimation. Believed depowered after M-Day. Rain Boy was a student of Gambit’s at the Xavier Institute last seen during Mystique's time disguised at Academy X as "Foxx". Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #174.

    Rakkus (David Anthony Rice): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Rakkus had the powers of superhuman strength and endurance, and was a member of the Acolytes last seen sent to attack the High Evolutionary and the New Men. Last Appearance: Avengers (vol. 1) #382.

    Ralf ???: Current status after the Decimation unknown. Ralf was a mutant with elasticity powers who was being used as a guinea pig by the DermaFree Corporation, where he last last seen being freed by Mystique. Last appearance: Mystique #18.

    Ralph ???: Depowered by the Decimation. Ralph was one of the members of the Former Order of Mutants (F.O.O.M.) interviewed by Sally Floyd after M-Day. Last Appearance: Generation M #3.

    Ralston, Ned: Deceased. Ned was Depowered on M-Day, and lost his ability to fly in his large, dragon form, coming crashing to Earth outside the offices of The Alternative newspaper. Last Appearance: Generation M #1.

    Ramirez, Magda: Deceased. Magda was a mutant with telepathic abilities whose father Jose tried to kill her, but instead ended up killing his wife Carmen, before killing himself. Magda was wrongly arrested for the murders of her parents. In spite of a rescue by Cable, she insisted on facing the law and was eventually executed for the murders. Last Appearance: Soldier X #12.

    Ramrod (Patrick Mahony): Current status unknown after M-Day. Ramrod was a member of the Nasty Boys who had the power to manipulate wood. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #105.

    Randall (???): Deceased. Randall was a mutant from Bishop’s future timeline who had the power to absorb any kind of radiation and harmlessly disperse it into the atmosphere. He died after being shot in the crossfire during a battle between the X.S.E. and the Lifers. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #287.

    Random (Marshall Stone III): Retained his powers to manipulate his protoplasmic form after M-Day. Random’s last romantic interest was Polaris. Random was last seen being forced by Zero II to aid in his attempt to assassinate Hope Summers. Last Appearance: Generation Hope #17.

    Ransome, Jenny: Current status of her powers after the Decimation unknown. Possibly Deceased. Jenny Ransome was a Genoshan mutant with the power to augment her own height, weight, strength, and muscle. Her last romantic interest was the Genengineer’s son, Philip. She is believed to have been killed in Cassandra Nova’s Sentinel attack upon Genosha. Last Appearance: Magneto: Dark Seduction #4.

    Rao, Dr. Kavita: Dr. Rao is a human scientist, and a member of the X-Club. She was last seen during the AvX “science battle“. Last Appearance: AvX: Versus #6.

    Raptor (Gary Wilton Jr.): Status as a mutant debatable, as he was genetically altered in the womb. Believed to have been a mutant whose abilities were restricted by that alteration. Current status of his powers unknown. Raptor was a man able to transform into a human/avian hybrid when overwhelmed by feelings of fear. He was last seen attempting to unsuccessfully illegally emigrate to France to flee the Superhuman Registration Act. Last Appearance: Civil War: Battle Damage Report #1.

    Raptore (???): Current status of his powers unknown. Raptore retained his powers to turn into a lizard-human hybrid after the Decimation, but after he was defeated by Sasquatch and taken into custody by Canadian authorities, his powers were apparently absorbed into Michael Pointer. Whether or not this caused him to permanently lose his own powers is unknown. Last Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 2) #8.

    Rasputin, Grigory Yefimovich: Deceased. The famous “mad monk” of the Russian revolution, Rasputin was revealed to be a mutant, and ancestor to Colossus, Magik, and Mikhail Rasputin. He was killed prior to the Russian revolution by being shot and thrown in a river. Last Appearance: Colossus: Bloodline #5.

    Rasputin, Mikhail: Retained his powers after M-Day, and would use them to permanently teleport himself to another dimension or world known as the Dark Zone, a dimension that once you enter, you cannot return from, and cannot die in. In a way, a kind of Purgatory, rather than kill his brother Colossus. Last Appearance: Colossus: Bloodline #5.

    Raven, Maureen: Deceased. Maureen Raven was a British telepath and precognitive who worked for MI:13. She was shot in the back of the head by Pete Wisdom when she was used as a way for Martian invaders from an alternate Earth to find their way to Earth-616. Last Appearance: Wisdom #6.

    Rax (???): Deceased. Rax was a member of the Neo, with the power to absorb the powers of other mutants by drinking their body fluids, and was killed by Magneto when he refused to serve in the Genoshan Army. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #110.
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    Raze (???): Raze is the son of Wolverine and Mystique from the alternate future “Battle of the Atom“ timeline. He was last seen fleeing Cape Citadel after the “Battle of the Atom“. Last Appearance: X-Men: Battle of the Atom #2.

    Razorback (Buford T. Hollis): Depowered on M-Day. Razorback lost his mutant ability to instantly operate any vehicle. He still, however, is still large and somewhat strong, however, and still has his hog’s head suit with an electrical mane. He was last seen as a member of the Initiative, undergoing group therapy after being abducted by Skrulls for some time. Last Appearance: Avengers: The Initiative #20.

    Razor Cut (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Razor Cut was a member of the mutant gang, Trash, with incredibly sharp, durable skin. He was last seen being buried alive in a building after fighting Luke Cage. Last Appearance: Cage (vol. 1) #11.

    Razorhead (aka the Widow Maker aka the Soul Taker aka the Pain-Broker): Deceased. Razorhead had the powers of a titanium exoskeleton, enhanced strength, claws, and some shapeshifting ability. He was killed when half his body was blown off by the mysterious Fan Boy. Last Appearance: X-Statix #5.

    Reanimator (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Reanimator was a mutant with the ability to control robots. He was last seen being arrested after being defeated by Wolverine and the New Warriors. Last Appearance: Wolverine (vol. 2) #149.

    Reaper (Pantu Harugeb): Lost his powers due to the Decimation. Reaper used to have the power to emanate waves of neurosynaptic energy that would slow the movements and reaction time of anyone nearby. He was a former member of the Mutant Liberation Front, and would join the X-Cell terrorist organization in New York City. He was last seen with the other members of X-Cell after being rescued from Dr. Hoffman. Last Appearance: All New X-Factor #2.

    Red Dragon I (Gareth Thomas): Deceased. Status as a mutant unconfirmed, only suspected. Red Dragon I possessed red skin, batlike wings, and sharp teeth. This member of S.H.E. was presumably capable of flight, and may also have been able to project fire. He was killed in battle against the Void. Last Appearance: The Sentry #4.

    Redneck (Vincent “Vin” Stewart aka Skybolt): Deceased. A former member of the Omega Gang, Redneck was depowered on M-Day, and and has recently been shown to be a member of the newest incarnation of the New Warriors, under the command of Bandit, who is masquerading as Night Thrasher. He was last seen being blown up by a S.H.I.E.L.D. grunt with a malfunctioning flamethrower. Last Appearance: New Warriors (vol. 4) #16.

    Reeves, Malcolm: Deceased. Malcolm Bryson died attacking Bryson Bale, a member of X’s Brotherhood who grabbed his flaming skeletal form and jumped out of a window, killing them both. Last Appearance: The Brotherhood #6.

    Reeves, Malon: Deceased. Malon was a member of X’s Brotherhood who was killed at the X-Force parade when she was knocked into the Spike and impaled. Last Appearance: The Brotherhood #9.

    Reichert, Tommy: Deceased. Tommy was a mutant with the power to create explosions who had yet to understand or control his powers, and killed himself with them before Wolverine and Nightcrawler could save him. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #445.

    Reignfire (???): Deceased. At one time believed to be an engineered clone of Sunspot, Reignfire was actually a mutant who was able to replicate his protoplasmic cells into a template of another human, and he simply chose Sunspot, to also gain access to his various powers. He was killed when he was vaporized inside a Celestial golem. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 1) #97.

    Remiped (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Remiped was a mutant who followed the mysterious Krueger. He was last seen battling both the X-men and the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants I. Last Appearance: X-Men: The Hidden Years #14.

    Rem-Ram (Marcus Andrews): Believed deceased. Rem-Ram died during Cassandra Nova’s Sentinel attack on Genosha in X-Men (vol. 2) #115. His body was seen as one of the zombies the New Avengers fought later during their battle with the Collective in New Avengers (vol. 1) #20. 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. However, it is unknown if he was present amongst those killed in Genosha when Selene completed her spell to ascend to godhood. Last Mentioned: X-Force (vol. 3) #21.

    Remus (???): Status as a mutant not confirmed, only suspected. Remus is a mysterious red-headed ally of Wolverine, who claims to be the sister of Romulus. Her last romantic interest was Wolverine. She was last seen with Wolverine, Dagger, and Cloak, staging a raid on a manse owned by Romulus. Last Appearance: Wolverine (vol. 1) #313.

    Repulse (???): Deceased. Repulse was a member of the Guardian Clan of Neo with a psionic force-field, who was killed on Utopia by the Evolutionaries. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol.3) Giant-Size #1.

    Requiem (???): Status currently unknown after the Decimation. Believed deceased. Requiem was a member of the Neo, with the power to psychically trap victims in their own hatred. She was believed killed when the Evolutionaries disintregated all of the Neo. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #382.

    Rev (Samuel “Sammy“ Smith): Status as a mutant not confirmed, only suspected. Believed deceased. The Rev was a cult leader who could heal a person with his touch, including himself, at least being shown to do so up to the extent of replacing lost limbs. He was born with this ability, although the demon Belasco also took a vested interest in him, which once allowed him to resurrect someone who had died. He was last seen crashing in a helicopter detonated with explosives by the Punisher. Last Appearance: Punisher (vol. 2) #40.

    Revanche (Kwannon): Deceased. Died of the Legacy Virus. Last appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #32.

    Revelation (???): Deceased. Revelation was a Morlock with a deadly energy field around her. She died in the arms of Wolverine and the Punisher in the sewers of New York City. Last Appearance: Wolverine/Punisher: Revelations #4.

    Revenant (???): Status currently unknown after the Decimation. Believed deceased. Revenant was one of the Neo, and served as one of Elias Bogan’s thugs. He was believed killed when the Evolutionaries disintregated all of the Neo. Last Appearance: X-Treme X-Men (vol. 2) #43.

    Reverend Paul (Paul ???): Deceased. Paul was a mutant minister and the secret overlord of the town of Mt. Haven, a village of mutants whom he controlled with nano-machines. Paul died when William Stryker forced Kitty Pryde to phase through him, but shortly thereafter it was revealed that his mind had merged with a sentient computer intelligence, which, repentant, merged with an equally repentant-Stryker and went into stasis. After an earthquake dislodged Stryker from the stasis pod, it would appear Paul died completely. Last appearance: Physical death in X-Treme X-Men (vol. 1) #29; virtual construct died, in a flashback, in New X-Men (vol. 2) #26.
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    Reverb (???): Deceased. This member of Gene Nation could conduct psionics and telepathy through nearby objects psychometrically. He was killed by Storm, who speared him with multiple bone knives. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #325.

    Rex (???): Deceased. Status as a mutant unconfirmed, but highly suspected. Rex was a servant of Apocalypse, in the Age of Apocalypse, who when introduced in Marvel Universe-616, was the right-hand man of Sugar Man. He was sent to capture X-Man by his master, but was slain before he could by the Dark Beast. Last Appearance: X-Man #8.

    Reyes, Dr. Cecilia: Retained her mutant power to possess a bio-force field after the Decimation. She was last seen at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning. Last Appearance: Nightcrawler (vol. 3) #1.

    Rhapsody (Rachel Argosy): Retained her power to use music as a catalyst for mind control or illusions after the Decimation, according to X-Men: The 198 Files. Rhapsody’s last romantic interest was Jamie Madrox. She was last seen playing her violin on the streets of Madripoor. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 3) #16.

    Richards, Franklin Benjamin (aka Ego-Spawn aka Psi-Lord aka Avatar aka Hyperstorm aka Tattletale aka Benjamin, Franklin): The son of Mr. Fantastic and Sue Richards was not stripped of his X-Gene on M-Day, and has shown he has some of his reality-warping powers since. He is currently living with his parents was last seen with the Future Foundation. Last Appearance: Fantastic Four (vol. 5) #2.

    Ricky ???: Deceased. Ricky was a mutant with unspecified powers, who, after losing them on M-Day, would eventually end up becoming one of Albion's Shadow Captains. He was killed when frozen and shattered by Shadow X's version of Iceman. Last Appearance: New Excalibur #24.

    Rico ???: Developed mutant powers after the Decimation. Rico’s mutant powers give him an arachnid mutation, where he us a human-scorpion hybrid. He was last seen at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning. Last Appearance: Nightcrawler (vol. 3) #1.

    Ricochet I (aka Shaffran, Steven): see entry for Shaffran, Steven

    Ricochet II (Johnny Gallo): Retained his power of enhanced agility and reflexes after the Decimation. His last romantic interest was Mattie Franklin, Spider-Woman III. He was last seen at Avengers Academy, as the students were arguing with the detained teenagers from Utopia and Sebastian Shaw. Last Appearance: Avengers Academy #31.

    Rictor (Julian Estaban Richter): Originally lost his powers due to the Decimation, but eventually had them returned by the magic of the Scarlet Witch in Avengers: The Children’s Crusade #6. Rictor is currently a member of X-Factor investigations. His current romantic interest was his former X-Force teammate, Shatterstar. He was last seen time-traveling through the Mojoverse with Shatterstar, participating in rebellion against Mojo. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #256.

    Rinehart, Brian: Deceased. Rinehart was a mutant field agent for the Commission of Superhuman affairs with the power to create destructive energy blasts, or a personal force-field, who was killed by a Sentinel he was trying to recover for the CSHA. Last Appearance: Sentinel (vol. 1) #12.

    Riptide (Janos Quested): Retained his powers after the Decimation, and has continued to serve Mr. Sinister as one of his Marauders. He was last seen on Muir Island when he was knocked out telepathically by Professor X during “Messiah CompleX”. However, not one, but two of his clones were seen battling X-Force in Japan. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 3) #9.

    Risque (Gloria Dolores Munoz): Resurrected with the techno-organic virus. Risque maintained her powers after the Decimation, which are gravity-manipulation, in the sense that she could increase gravity upon inorganic objects to make them implode. She was supposedly killed, off-panel, by the U-Men in New X-Men (vol. 1) Annual 2001. However, she turned up as a techno-organic virus-infected thrall of Selene in X-Force (vol. 3) #21. She was last seen attacking her one time love interest, Warpath on Utopia, against her will. It currently is unknown if she was present amongst those killed in Genosha when Selene completed her spell to ascend to godhood. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 3) #22.

    Rivera, Evangelina: Deceased. Evangelina was a Cuban mutant with the power to somehow activate electronics, and was killed when shot by her brother, Lazaro, as a way to prevent Sentinels from kiiling many mutants in Cuba. Last Appearance: Mystique #6.

    Roach (Hubie Edge): Deceased. Roach was a victim of the serial killer The Ghoul, who was killing depowered mutants. Last Appearance: Generation M #2.

    Robb, Tony: Current status after M-Day unknown. Last seen badly wounded, and likely crippled by a sniper's bullet. Robb was wounded after hitting his 73rd home run in baseball, without the use of his mutant powers. However, an anti-mutant racist shot him, regardless. The shot would have been fatal if Robb had not used his powers inadvertantly out of fear to discern his true location, blurring him. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 2) #2.

    Robert (Genoshan refugee) ???: Current status unknown after the Decimation. Robert was a Genoshan refugee who appeared to be made of living mud, and was the jealous husband of Josette. He was last seen badly wounded, after being split in half by Northstar for attacking Iceman for not rebuffing his unfaithful wife. He was supposedly kept alive after that incident in a containment chamber to recover. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #415.

    Robert (student) ???: Current status unknown after the Decimation. Believed depowered by the Decimation. Robert was one of the students from Academy X taken out into Salem Center on Halloween to trick-or-treat by the staff. Last Appearance: X-Men Unlimited (vol. 2) #1.

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

    Roc (???): Depowered by the Decimation. Roc was the leader of the X/Ms, a gang of empowered mutants in Mutant Town. He was last seen being saved from having a building collapse on him by Monet St. Croix during Arcade’s attack on the city. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 3) #31.
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    Rockslide (Santo Vaccarro): Retained his powers after M-Day, and it recently has been revealed that Santo can explode and transfer his consciousness to any kind of rock, and reconstitute his form to be made of that new rock type (as demonstrated first when he made himself out of hot volcanic rock when battling in Limbo). He was last seen at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning. Last Appearance: Nightcrawler (vol. 3) #1.

    Rogue (Anna Marie): Possibly deceased. Retained her mutant powers of her power-stealing touch after M-Day, but has undergone several permutations of this power of late. Lost her permanent link to Ms. Marvel’s powers, and had also absorbed the powers of Sunfire but has lost this connection as well. Rogue lost her abilitiy to use any previous powers, or the psychological influence that might have persisted in her psyche once she touched the Messiah Baby, Hope, in X-Men (vol. 2) #207, also losing Strain 88 and the eight billion minds of the Hecatomb in the process. Shortly thereafter, she touched and absorbed some aspects of the psyche of Mystique. Professor Xavier cleared her mind of Mystique’s influence, leaving her in control of her power, with a clear mind, for potentially the first time, ever, in X-Men: Legacy (vol. 1) #224. She was last seen being impaled, and possibly killed by the Grim Reaper. Last Appearance: Uncanny Avengers #14.

    Rok (Damon Mathias): Current status unknown after M-Day. Rok was a Canadian mutant with enhanced strength who was last seen after being assaulted by Alpha Flight member Wild Child. Last Appearance: Alpha Flight (vol. 1) #116.

    Rolling Thunder (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Rolling Thunder was one of Elias Bogan’s thugs, and she had the power to project rapid-fire concussive blasts from her hands. Last Appearance: X-Treme X-Men (vol. 1) #44.

    Roman Candle (Armand Galante): Deceased. Roman Candle was a pyrokinetic sword-wielding villain whose mutant status revealed in the Marvel Handbook Hardcover. He was killed in a van explosion while battling Fight Man. Last Appearance: Agent X #11.

    Romulus (???): Retained his as of now, unknown mutant powers after the Decimation. Romulus is the mysterious benefactor, and possible ancestor of Wolverine. He was left stranded by Wolverine and Cloak, in the Darkforce Dimension in Wolverine: Origins #48, but somehow escaped. Romulus was last seen being taken into federal custody to and taken to the Raft. Last Appearance: Wolverine (vol. 1) #313.

    Ronnie ???: Deceased. Ronnie was a mutant depowered on M-Day, who attempted to shoot his girlfriend after she broke up with him. He died when splashed with gasoline by Rictor and he tried to fire the gun he was wielding anyway, causing him to immolate himself. Last appearance: X-Factor (vol. 3) #2.

    Ronny (Ronald ???): Deceased. Ronny was a mutant depowered by the Decimation, who lost his sonic voice powers, and desperate for something akin to them, sought out Sugar Man to find something to replace them. After being given acidic vomit powers, he was killed after being sent to scout another dimension by Sugar Man where he was killed by a bizarre, gargantuan creature. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 3) #26.

    Rose ???: Deceased. Rose was a mutant serial killer with the power to control the mind of anyone, so long as they were distracted or otherwise had their guard down. She was stabbed and killed by Black Widow. Last appearance: Daredevil/Black Widow: Abattoir #1.

    Roulette (Jennifer Stavros): Resurrected with the techno-organic virus. Apparently still in possession of her probability alteration powers 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, resurrected, in X-Necrosha #1, as a techno-organic virus-infected thrall of Selene. She was last seen on Utopia, attacking the New Mutants, but it is unknown if she was present amongst those killed in Genosha when Selene completed her spell to ascend to godhood. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 3) #8.

    Rourke, Maeve: Deceased. Maeve’s powers were never determined. She was the lover of the X-Man, Banshee, and the mother of Siryn who died in an I.R.A. car bombing. Last Appearance: Classic X-Men #16.

    Rubbermaid (Andrea Margulies): Deceased. Lost her ultra-elasticity due to the Decimation, and was killed on the bus that was blown up by Reverend Stryker and his Purifiers. Last Appearance: New X-Men (vol. 2) #24.

    Ruckus (Clement Wilson): Currently depowered. Ruckus was a member of the Nasty Boys with the power to absorb sounds and release them through his vocal cords to cause concussive force. He lost his powers when he took the mutant “cure” at the San Francisco Institute of Bio-Social Studies. Last Appearance: X-Men: Legacy (vol. 2) #11.

    R. U. Reddy (Winthrop Roan, Jr.): Current status after M-Day unknown. R.U. Reddy 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) #8.

    Russell ???: Possibly Deceased. Retained his powers after the Decimation. Russell 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. Russell’s power appears to be super-speed, and he was last seen facing down the Elder Gods in Limbo. He is believed, however, to have been on a transport train with the survivors of Project Purgatory, that was destroyed by Cannonball in New Mutants (vol. 3) #21. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 3) #21.

    Rust (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. A member of the political faction of mutants known as the Resistants with the power to oxidize metal objects. Last Appearance: Captain America (vol. 1) #350.

    Rutledge (???): Not confirmed as being a mutant, but suspected to be one. Current status after M-Day unknown. Rutledge was the butler for the London branch of the Hellfire Club, and had the power of photographic memory. Last Appearance: Excalibur (vol. 1) #97.
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    Sabra (Ruth Bat-Seraph): Sabra retained her powers after M-Day. Sabra is a foreign national from Israel, and Israeli mutant super-soldier with the powers of enhanced strength, reflexes, and durability, along with mechanical devices that allow her to fire paralyzing quills, and a cape that allows her to fly. She was last seen assisting the X-Men in their battle with Arkea. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 4) #11.

    Sabre (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Sabre was a member of Mystique’s Brotherhood of Mutants, and had the powers of super-speed and agility. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #106.

    Sabretooth (Victor Creed aka Countless Aliases): Unaffected by the Decimation. Sabretooth retained his enhanced strength, healing factor, and razor sharp claws after M-Day. Sabretooth was once a reluctant captive/member of Rogue’s X-Men Team, until breaking captivity upon the defeat of the Hecatomb on Providence. He soon began demonstrating a feral state, and was believed killed when decapitated by Wolverine with the Muramasa Blade in Wolverine (vol. 3) #55. He has apparently been cloned by Mr. Sinister on more than one occasion, and combined with his healing factor, it becomes difficult to presume if any of his “deaths” are permanent. While this Sabretooth was seen in Hell a few times, lastly, in Wolverine (vol. 4) #5, he was apparently a clone the whole time, as revealed in Wolverine (vol. 1) #311. The original Sabretooth returned in Wolverine (vol. 4) #20 after having laid low for some time. He was last seen with Mystique, in the unknown location where they were holding Dazzler captive. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 3) #19.

    Sack (??? Aka Glass): Deceased. Retained his powers after M-Day, and was one of the 198 Mutants at the Xavier Institute. Sack has a body that consists of an amoeba-like humanoid form that he can envelop others with, to psychically possess them, eventually killing his “host” in the process. The former Gene Nation member was killed on Utopia when his head was blown off by one of Bastion‘s Nimrods during their attack. Last Appearance: Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 3) #14.

    Sage (Tessa aka Diana Fox): Retained her powers to have a computer brain, and to jumpstart genetics after M-Day, and most recently began showing some signs that her telepathic powers might be returning. She absorbed the consciousness of Roma upon her death in X-Men: Die By the Sword #5 and has had some psychological backlash from it that has yet to be fully explained. She was last seen after stopping the inter-dimensional threat known as the Exterminators. Last Appearance: X-Termination #2.

    Sahreed (???): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Possibly deceased. Sahreed was an agent of Apocalypse during the Crusades with the power of extendable arms, which were sliced off by the ebony blade of the Black Knight after it judged him unworthy to wield it. If this didn't kill him, it's still doubtful he survived the ensuing centuries. Last appearance: Black Knight: Exodus #1.

    Saint Ainge, Campbell: Current status unknown after the Decimation. Status as a mutant debatable. Campbell St. Ainge claimed to not be a mutant, but a “mutant dream”and that his mother was a mutant who had a phantom pregnancy, of which, he was the result, her living dream of the child she wished she had. Whether or not he was actually a mutant or not, Campbell had the power to interact with dreams, and those within the Dream Realm. Last Appearance: Rogue (vol. 3) #6.

    Saint Ainge, Hattie: Current status unknown after the Decimation. Status as a mutant debatable. Campbell St. Ainge claimed his mother was a mutant who had a phantom pregnancy, of which, he was the result, her living dream of the child she wished she had. Whether or not she was actually a mutant, and this was the one manifestation of her power is undetermined, but she was last seen with Campbell while he was a boy. Last Appearance: Rogue (vol. 3) #5.

    Saint Anna (Anna ???): Deceased. This member of X-Force/X-Statix is shot in the stomach and dies, her ashes moving into the nasal passages of Orphan, who later sneezed them onto her father so he can see how she lived. Really. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 1) #119.

    Salvadore, Angel (aka Tempest): Depowered by the Decimation. Lost her powers on M-Day, but she then was operating as a vigilante with the code name Tempest utilizing advanced technology to wield fire and ice as one of the New Warriors led by Donyell Taylor. Her current romantic interest is Beak. She was last seen, apparently operating as the tech support/handler part of a new Teen Brigade. Last Appearance: Vengeance #6.

    Salvo II (??? Aka Living Gun): Possibly deceased. Salvo is believed to have retained his power to turn his body into a living gun after the Decimation. He was last seen in Genosha, when Magneto killed Rax. He may have been killed off-panel when the Evolutionaries disintegrated all of the Neo at once. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #110.

    Samson (???): Deceased. A member of the New York City Morlocks with infrared vision, and enhanced strength, agility, and endurance, Samson was killed by Sabertooth. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 1) #90.

    Samurai (Ishiro Tsuburaya): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Samurai was the brother of fellow Mutant Liberation Front member Kamikaze, who had enhanced physical abilities, flight, and the ability to speed up the friction of air molecules, letting him release explosive charges. Last appearance: Cable: Blood and Metal #1.

    Sanchez, Violet: Deceased. Lost her powers on M-Day, and then was a victim of the serial killer The Ghoul, who was killing depowered mutants. Last Appearance: Generation M #3.

    Sandford, Eleanor “Ell” ???: Current status after M-Day unknown. Ell was a mutant covered in pink spots who was kidnapped by a mutant slave ring by another mutant named Poppa, and to be sold off for genetic experimentation to the highest bidder. She was rescued by Magneto, however, and sent to the Xavier Institute, since her mutation could not be used for any kind of combat. Last Appearance: X-Men Unlimited (vol. 1) #36.

    Sanguine (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Sanguine was a servant of Goth, and he had the power to drain blood from opponents to increase his own physical capabilities. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #385.

    Santa Claus (aka Kris Kringle aka St. Nick): Status after the Decimation unknown. Santa Claus was revealed to be a mutant in the Marvel Holiday Special 1991, with the ability to warp reality. After he realized that both the X-Men and Brotherhood wanted to recruit him, he used his powers to turn the Brotherhood into action figures of themselves, and then he changed himself so he wouldn’t appear on Cerebro, and made the X-Men forget he existed. He was last seen being detained on Christmas by Matthew, a young telepath, and was freed with help from Generation X. Last Appearance: Generation X: Holiday Special #1.

    Sapphire Styx (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Sapphire Styx was a mutant living in Madripoor who had the power to drain the life essence out of people, and use it to fuel her own strength, reflexes, and sexual allure. Last Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #131.

    Sarah ???: Deceased. Sarah was one of the Tunnel Rats, a group of subterranean mutants in Mutant Town who followed a telepath of Melek. She was killed by the serial killer known as the Worm. Last Appearance: District X #12.

    Sardina, Santi: Developed the mutant power to unwillingly psionically cause others around him to give him the credit for positive achievements. He was last seen in battle alongside Legion against the Gold Xavier Fiend. Last Appearance: X-Men: Legacy (vol. 2) #22.

    Sasha ???: Current status after the Decimation unknown. Sasha was a mutant girl with flight powers who was held by the Dermafree Corporation as a guinea pig. She was last seen leading authorities to the lab where she was held captive. Mystique #18.
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    Saul (Garbha-hsien): Deceased. Saul was an External who died when Selene absorbed his life energy. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 1) #52.

    Sauron (Karl Lykos): Not a mutant, but an altered human bit by a mysterious breed of pterodactyl in the Savage Land. Sauron was last seen battling the X-Men at the Hellfire Academy. Last Appearance: Wolverine & the X-Men (vol. 1) #35.

    Saurus (Jorge Lukas): Deceased. Saurus was a reptilian mutant student of Academy X who was killed in Xorn‘s attack on the school. Last Appearance: X-Treme X-Men #20.

    Sawfist (???): Deceased. Possibly a mutant, based on parentage, but mutant status not yet confirmed. Sawfist was apparently of Mexican heritage, wielded a chainsaw that was strapped to his arm, and 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) #12.

    Scab (???): Believed Deceased. Retained his powers after the Decimation. Alex is a member of Project Purgatory, a group aged from the “Inferno Babies”, a group of mutants who were originally kidnapped by N’astirh to be sacrificed in a demonic ritual, then rescued by X-Factor, then taken by Freedom Force and given to military scientists, who raised them in Limbo in the hopes that they would become a platoon of powerful mutant soldiers. Scab has a hemokinetic power to increase his strength the more he bleeds, and covers himself in clotted blood. He was last seen in one of Project Purgatory’s bases. He was on a transport train with the survivors of Project Purgatory, that was destroyed by Cannonball in New Mutants (vol. 3) #21. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 3) #21.

    Scaleface (???): Resurrected with the techno-organic virus. Scalefrace was a New York City Morlock who could take on the form of a dragon, and even breathe fire. She was romantically linked to her fellow Morlock, Berzerker, and was shot and killed by a member of the Savage Wolf Gang in X-Factor (vol. 1) #11. She turned up with his powers, alive, in X-Force (vol. 3) #21, as a techno-organic virus-infected thrall of Selene. She was last seen battling the X-Men on Utopia, but it is unknown if she was present amongst those killed in Genosha when Selene completed her spell to ascend to godhood.. Last Appearance: X-Men: Legacy (vol. 1) #231.

    Scales (???): Deceased. Scales was a member of X’s Brotherhood who was killed at the X-Force parade. Last Appearance: The Brotherhood #9.

    Scalphunter (John Greycrow aka John Riverwind): Retained his power to rapidly construct mechanical devices from metal parts after M-Day. He is currently serving Mr. Sinister as one of his Marauders, and was last seen on Utopia, in the X-Brig, being monitored by Danger II. Last Appearance: X-Men: Regenesis #1.

    Scanner (Sarah Ryall aka Screener): Lost her powers on M-Day. The former Acolyte would have her power loss confirmed when the energy signatures are listed among those that make up the Collective in New Avengers (vol. 1) #18. Last Appearance: Magneto: Dark Seduction #3.

    Scarab (???): Deceased. Scarab was an agent of Apocalypse during the Crusades with superhuman speed and an impenetrable insect-like carapace. She was killed in the first manifestation of Exodus's powers. Last appearance: Black Knight: Exodus #1.

    Scarlet Witch (Wanda Maximoff): Possibly deceased. Retained her own powers on M-Day. Wanda’s last romantic interest was Dr. Doom, who intended to marry her. She was last seen losing consciousness after being stabbed in the abdomen by Rogue, whilst casting a spell to bring all the world‘s mutants to her location. Last Appearance: Uncanny Avengers #14.

    Scavenger (Robert Nicolle): Status as a mutant not confirmed, only suspected. Scavenger already had enhanced strength, durability, the ability to fly, and did not feel pain prior to the demon, Thog, granting him the power to drain others of energy. Scavenger was last seen after the death of the man known as Windsor, forming a mercenary group known as the Unkillables. Last Appearance: Wolverine: The Best There Is #12.

    Schiel, Blake: Developed mutant powers after the Decimation. Blake Schiel is a mutant who could summon and command dragon-like creatures, that she either pulls from another dimensional space, or creates entirely out of molecular material. She was last seen wreaking havoc in Phoenix, Arizona, when a group of Sentinels attacked her while she was being approached by the X-Men. Last Appearance: X-Men: Battle of the Atom #1.

    Scholl, ???: Status as a mutant not confirmed, only suspected. Deceased. Turner Scholl was a member of the Hellfire Club who had the power to turn into a human/lion hybrid through unknown means. He was killed by Wolverine when he raided the Hellfire Club, seeking out information on Daken while he had been kidnapped by Sebastian Shaw. Last Appearance: Wolverine: Origins #29.

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

    Scorch (Tommy Ngh): Current status after M-Day unknown. Tommy is an industrialist and former drug runner with pyrokinetic abilities who was eventually taken down by Night Thrasher and Silhouette and never seen again. Last Appearance: Night Thrasher (vol. 2) #14.

    Scorpion II (Carmilla Black aka Thanasee Rappaccini): Retained her powers after M-Day. Scorpion’s mother, Monica Rappaccini was an A.I.M. scientist who genetically designed her, so her status as a “mutant” is debatable. She is currently registered with the government per the SHRA, and a member of SHIELD. She has a poison touch, and is immune to most diseases, poisons, and radiation. She was last seen fighting alongside Hardball, and HYDRA, in Madripoor. Last Appearance: Avengers: The Initiative #22.

    Scout (??? Dansig): Current status after M-Day unknown. Scout was a mutant with leaf-like hair and skin, who presumably may have had the benefit of natural forest camouflage. He was one of the mutants rescued by Wolverine prior to the founding of Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters, who escaped a Sentinel prototype attack. Last Appearance: First X-Men #5.

    Scramble (Lionel Jeffries aka Omega): Deceased. The brother of Alpha Flight member Madison Jeffries was a bio-manipulator who merged with Roger Bochs to become the monstrosity Omega. Once Omega was held in check by Alpha Flight member Persuasion, Scramble’s own brother Madison killed him with weapons on his Box armor. Last Appearance: Alpha Flight (vol. 1) #49.

    Scrambler (Kim Il Sung): Technically deceased. As one of Mr. Sinister’s Marauders, Scrambler often escapes death through being repeatedly cloned upon his physical death. Scrambler retained his power to drain other mutant’s powers by touch after the Decimation. He was last seen as not one, but two of his clones were seen battling X-Force in Japan, and were killed off. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 3) #9.

    Scratch (Lee Franks): Current status unknown after the Decimation. This British mutant was a member of Black Air with the power to build up bioenergy forces to expel as explosive blasts, or fly. He was last seen horribly badly burned by Lockheed’s fire breath while in a fight with Pete Wisdom. Last Appearance: Excalibur (vol. 1) #100.
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    Scree (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Possibly deceased. Scree was one of the London Morlocks, and a rat-human hybrid. He was last seen just prior to Mr. Clean’s attack upon his cohorts, and it is unknown if he survived it. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #395.

    Scribe (Jane Hampshire): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Scribe was an albino, and a Hellfire Club member last seen being defeated in a duel against Madelyne Pryor while possessed by Mountjoy. Last Appearance: X-Man #23.

    Sebast, Duncan (aka Dunk): Deceased. Sebast had the power to stretch his limbs to a great length, and was shot and killed by his classmate, Jared. Last Appearance: Muties #1.

    Sefton, Amanda (aka Magik II aka Daytripper aka Jimaine Szardos): Amanda Sefton is not a mutant, but a witch. Amanda Sefton’s last romantic interest was her foster brother and often lover, Nightcrawler. She was last seen in Manhattan, at her apartment. Last Appearance: Nightcrawler (vol. 3) #1.

    Selene (Selene Gallio aka Black Queen): Selene retained her array of sorcerous, and vampiric energy draining powers after the Decimation. The former Black Queen of the Hellfire Club was believed killed when she was stabbed in the heart with her own magical dagger in X-Force (vol. 3) #25, but she was resurrected by the Enchantress and Arkea, in X-Men (vol. 4) #11. She was last seen abandoning Arkea’s Sisterhood. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 4) #12.

    Senyaka (Suvik Senyaka): Believed deceased. Retained his power to wield a psionic whip and drain life energy after M-Day. While he was long a member of the Acolytes, he was since become one of Selene’s followers. He was last seen on Genosha, being decapitated and dismembered by Wolverine. However, he has mysteriously returned from the dead before... Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 3) #25.

    Serr, Karl (aka the Rock): Presumed deceased. Believed to be a mutant, status debatable. Karl was the son of Aunt Serr, who was exposed to radiation while in utero resulting in him being born with a superhumanly strong, dense rock-like form that could fire bursts of energy. Karl was presumably killed after the destruction of Aunt Serr’s house in a battle with Namor the Sub-Mariner. Last Appearance: Sub-Mariner (vol. 1) #42.

    Seth ???: Status currently unknown after the Decimation. Believed deceased. Seth was a member of the Neo with a variety of powers, including enhanced speed, strength, and bio-morphing metal armor, who once showed romantic interest in Kitty Pryde. He is believed to have been killed in the Evolutionaries' purge of all the Neo. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #100.

    Shadowcat (Katherine “Kitty” Pryde aka Ariel aka Sprite): Retained her power of intangibility after M-Day. Her current romantic interest is her fellow X-Man Iceman. Retained her power of intangibility after M-Day. Her current romantic interest is her fellow X-Man Iceman. She was last seen after helping rescue he teenaged Jean Grey from the Shi’ar Empire. Last Appearance: Guardians of the Galaxy (vol. 2) #13.

    Shadow King (Amahl Farouk aka Jacob Reisz, aka Anasasi): Retained his telepathic and psionic powers after the Decimation. The Shadow King is one of the world’s most potent telepaths, and exists as a disembodied psyche. He was last seen battling against the Psylocke on the Astral Plane. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Force #33.

    Shadowshift (??? Dansig): Current status after M-Day unknown. Shadowshift had shadow-related powers, and was one of the mutants rescued by Wolverine prior to the founding of Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters. He was last seen fleeing after a Sentinel prototype attack. Last Appearance: First X-Men #5.

    Shadow Stalker (???): Deceased. Possibly a mutant, based on parentage, but mutant status not yet confirmed. Shadow Stalker had two medieval ball and chains attached to her ponytails, and 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. She was killed by Wolverine at the headquarters of the Red Right Hand in Mexico. Last Appearance: Wolverine (vol. 4) #11.

    Shaffran, Steven (aka Ricochet I): Deceased. Steven Shaffran was a United States Senator who was secretly a mutant. When faced with being revealed as one, publicly, by Mr. Sinister, he tried to shoot and kill him with a pistol, only to have the bullet bounce off of Essex’s armor, and ricochet back and kill him. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #75.

    Shaky Kaufman: Current Status after M-Day unknown. Shaky had the power to have sudden bursts of nearly uncontrollable strength from rage. Last Appearance: Mutopia X #5.

    Shane, Bridgit: Current Status after M-Day unknown. Bridgit Shane was a pyrokinetic, and was last seen being interviewed by Wolfsbane, and having her status as a mutant confirmed. Last Appearance: Excalibur (vol. 1) #93.

    Shard (Shard Bishop): Deceased. Shard had the power to absorb ambient light particles from her environment and transform them into blasts of raw concussive force. Shard was technically killed in the future by the Emplates in X.S.E. #3, but her essence was transferred to a solid hologram by Stark/Fujikara scientists in X.S.E. #4. She eventually was absorbed by Bishop as living energy due to the machinations of Trevor Fitzroy. Last Appearance: Bishop: The Last X-Man #14.

    Shark Girl (Iara Dos Santos): Developed an X-Gene, and the mutant ability to turn herself into a human/shark hybrid after the Decimation. Shark Girl was last seen at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning. Last Appearance: Nightcrawler (vol. 3) #1.

    Sharkskin (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Sharkskin is an Atlantean mutant, and a member of the team known as Surf. Sharkskin has a strong, nearly impenetrable hide, and was last seen trying to liberate whales from the Marine World aquarium. Last Appearance: Avengers West Coast Annual #5.

    Shatter (???): Depowered on M-Day. The Chicago Morlock’s power loss was confirmed when the energy signatures are listed among those that make up the Collective in New Avengers #18. Last Appearance: Morlocks #4.

    Shatterstar (Gaveedra Seven aka Benjamin Russell): Shatterstar retained his powers after M-Day. He is the time-displaced child born to Dazzler, and fathered by Longshot, and through a time-travel paradox, was also the genetic donor of the DNA used by Arize to create Longshot, as revealed in X-Factor (vol. 1) #259. His current romantic interest is Rictor. He was last seen in the Mojoverse, in the past, planning to take his newborn self 100 years into the future to be raised by his adoptive parents. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #259.

    Shauna ???: Possibly Deceased. Retained his powers after the Decimation. Shauna 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. Shauna has the power of an anesthetic touch. She was last seen holding the New Mutants captive in one of Project Purgatory’s bases. She 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.
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    Shaw, Sebastian (aka Black King aka Lord Imperial): Retained his power to absorb kinetic energy, and channel it into physical strength in the wake of the Decimation. He was last seen swimming away from Avengers Academy after escaping. Last Appearance: Avengers Academy #31.

    Shaw, Shinobi (aka Black King): Resurrected with the techno-organic virus. Shinobi retained his density-controlling powers in the wake of M-Day, according to the 198 Files. As revealed in X-Necrosha #1, Shinobi, the former Upstart and Black King of the Hellfire Club was killed off-panel by his father sometime during his father’s return to power after M-Day. In spite of this, he was resurrected with the techno-organic virus by Selene, and unleashed in X-Necrosha #1, upon the X-Men’s Utopia as one of Selene’s thralls. He was last seen being confronted by Danger II while trying to kill his father Sebastian in the X-Brig on Utopia, but it is unknown if he was present amongst those killed in Genosha when Selene completed her spell to ascend to godhood. Last appearance: X-Force (vol. 3) #22.

    Shepard (Francis Leighton): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Shepard was an antagonist to Mystique, and had the power to shoot concussive bile from his eyes. Last Appearance: Mystique #24.

    Shepherd, Gabriel: Retained his powers after the Decimation. Gabriel Shepherd is one of the Proto-Mutants who survived their purge during the 14th century. He has the powers of flight, super-strength, and some psionic abilities, such as the ability to read minds. While He dispersed his physical form in X-Men (vol. 3) #37, he reappeared along side Sabra without explanation to assist the X-Men in their battle with Arkea in X-Men (vol. 4) #9. He was last seen leaving with Karima Shandipar after the X-Men had defeated Arkea. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 4) #12.

    Shire, Randall: Depowered on M-Day. Randall Shire had the power to affect people’s emotions with his voice. Shire’s power loss was confirmed when the energy signatures are listed among those that make up the Collective in New Avengers (vol. 1) #18 include his photo. Last Appearance: Cable (vol. 2) #82.

    Shiv II (???): Not confirmed as a mutant, but highly suspected of being one. His current status after the Decimation remains unknown. This mutant claimed he was in some way related to Wolverine, and did look similar to him, save that he only had one claw on each hand, instead of three. He was last seen being defeated by Wolverine, who at the time was trying to kill a child-slavery ring head in SHIELD custody. Last Appearance: Wolverine: Bloody Choices #1.

    Shocker II (Randall Darby aka Paralyzer): See entry for Paralyzer.

    Shockjock (Kenneth Sjolin): Believed deceased. Shockjock was an electrically-charged villain whose mutant status was revealed in the Marvel Handbook Hardcover. He was believed killed in a van explosion while battling Fight Man. Last Appearance: Agent X #11.

    Shockman (Shawn Key): Current status after M-Day unknown. Horns was a mutant with electrical powers who battled the New Mutants in gladatorial combat, before being set free by Dazzler. Last Appearance: Beauty and the Beast #3.

    Shooter, Shane: Current status after Decimation unknown. Shane is a L.A. gang leader who briefly dated Jubilee while she lived in California. He was last seen parting ways with Jubilee a battle with villains that resulted in the apparent death her Aunt Hope. Shane can shoot energy bullets from his fingers but the more fingers he uses the less powerful the blast. Last Appearance: Jubilee #6.

    Short Circuit II (Henry Wallinger): Current status after the Decimation unkown. Short Circuit could wield an invisible energy field that disabled mutant powers. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 1) #79.

    Shortpack (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Mystique’s field handler from her own series. He possessed the power of short-range telepathy, but the more he used it, the more he shrunk in size. Last Appearance: Mystique #25.

    Shredder (???): Believed deceased. Shredder was a mutant with a large, dangerously clawed hand. He was last seen being left to be mauled by a mountain lion by Wolverine, which may have killed him, and his death is believed confirmed as he was one of many Wolverine antagonists seen in Hell during the “Wolverine Goes to Hell” storyline. Last Appearance: Hulk/Wolverine: Six Hours #4.

    Shrew (Marilyn Maycroft): Current status after M-Day unknown. Shrew was a member of Hell’s Belles who could transform into a hybrid of a rodent and human. She was last seen pushing Cyber in front of a subway train. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #82.

    Shrine (Jago Marrak): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Shrine was a mutant telepath and member of Black Air who was last seen after being beaten unconscious by Pete Wisdom. Last Appearance: Excalibur (vol. 1) #90.

    Sibercat (Illyich Lavrov aka the Siberian Tiger): Current status after M-Day unknown. Sibercat was a cat/human hybrid mutant, and he was last seen operating on the Winter Guard for Russia. Last Appearance: Soviet Super-Soldiers #1.

    Sibercat II (???): Status as a mutant debatable. Sibercat II is believed to be a female clone of Sibercat. First appeared after M-Day, with the power to transform into a human-cat hybrid. She was last seen attacking the Black Widow and Fantomex. Last Appearance: A + X #10.

    Sign, The (???): Current status unknown after the Decimation. A member of the Rising Sons, The Sign has not been seen since battling Generation X and the mercenary Paladin. Last Appearance: Generation X #54.

    Silencer (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Status as a mutant not confirmed, only suspected. Silencer had the ability to create a wall of null sound. She was last seen falling out of She-Hulk‘s hand after having been shrunk by Pym Particles. Last Appearance: She-Hulk (vol. 1) #6.

    Silhouette (Silhouette Chord): Current status unknown. Her status as a mutant is debated, because most list her as a mutate due to being exposed to the energies of the Universal Wellspring while in the womb. Regardless, she retained her powers after M-Day, but became a fugitive and mercenary for hire after SHRA and the “Civil War”. She recently has resurfaced in New York City to seek out the new Night Thrasher, to see if it was her dead lover, Dwayne Taylor, or his brother Bandit. Last Appearance: New Warriors (vol. 4) #8.

    Silicon (Stan Finch): Current status after M-Day unknown. Believed depowered as a result of the Decimation. This mutant student of Academy X had a fluid body, and was last seen at the school. Last Appearance: X-Treme X-Men (vol. 1) #20.

    Silkworm II (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Silkworm was a mutant with the ability to create adhesive silk strands to entangle opponents. She was last seen battling Storm in “The Arena”. Last Appearance: X-Treme X-Men (vol. 1) #37.

    Silva, Simon: Current status after Decimation unknown. Simon was a mutant with horns, who was last seen at the Fractured Überclub in Manhattan, talking to Chamber. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #397.
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    Silver (Jimon Tang aka Jimon Kwan): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Silver originally had cold-based powers, but has not been seen since forming a composite energy being with the life energy remains of her brother, Auric in the lab of the villain the Sphinx. Last Appearance: Alpha Flight (vol. 1) #121.

    Silver Samurai (Kenuichio Harada): Deceased. Retained his powers to charge objects with energy after M-Day. He was last seen dying while thinking of his son, while in defense of his ancestral home from an attack by the Soldiers of the Red Right Hand. Last Appearance: Wolverine (vol. 4) #1.

    Simian (???): Deceased. Simian was a member of the London Morlocks, and was killed by the mutant hunter, Mr. Clean. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #395.

    Sinew (???): Deceased. Sinew was a member of the Neo Guardian Clan with enhanced strength, who was killed when he was disintegrated by the Evolutionaries. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 3) Giant-Size#1.

    Singer (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Singer is a member of the assassin's guild whose latent mutant ability to astrally project communication from others was activated by Candra. He was last seen being knocked out by Rogue, after he taunted her by appearing to be Gambit, and Ms. Marvel. Last appearance: Rogue (vol. 1) #2.

    Singularity (???): Deceased. Singularity was a member of the Neo Guardian Clan with the power to manipulate black light, who was killed when he was disintegrated by the Evolutionaries. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 3) Giant-Size#1.

    Sirocco (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Sirocco was a member of Desert Sword with the power to create funnels of air that could cause concussive force. Last Apperance: New Mutants (vol. 1) Annual #7.

    Siryn (Theresa Rourke Cassidy aka Banshee II): After M-Day, Theresa developed a new secondary power to her sonic scream. She also can charm people who hear her voice, alternatively. Her last romantic interest was a fling with Deadpool. She was last seen with Jamie Madrox and Layla Miller, on the Madrox family farm. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #262.

    Sister Salvation (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Sister Salvation was a mutant healer and missionary who was last seen helping Wolverine defeat Spore. Last Apperance: Wolverine (vol. 2) #23.

    Skein (Sybil Dvorak aka Gypsy Moth aka Sybarite): Retained her power to manipulate fabrics after the Decimation. Skein is currently a member of of the Initiative‘s Women Warriors team, and her last romantic interest was apparently Songbird, who she wanted to attempt to seduce. She was last seen being stopped from kidnapping Alicia Masters by Spider-Woman. Last Appearance: Spider-Island: Spider-Woman #1.

    Skelter (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Skelter had gravity-alteration powers, and could either nullify gravity, or negate the flying abilities of others. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #26.

    Sketch (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Sketch was a mutant with the ability to draw any non-organic thing on her sketchpad, and make it actually exist. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #383.

    Skids (Sally Blevins): Retained her powers after M-Day. Most recently became an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D., specializing in mutant affairs. However, she may be working as a double agent, since she seemed to retain former allegiances to Magneto, from when she was one of his Acolytes by giving the longtime nemesis of the X-Men the diary of the Morlock precognitive mutant Qwerty to him. She hasn’t been known to be romantically involved with anyone since the death of her childhood sweetheart, Rusty Collins. Last appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #491.

    Skin (Angelo Espinosa): Resurrected with the techno-organic virus. Skin retained his power to control six extra feet of epidermis from his body. He died from his wounds when crucified by the Church of Humanity on the lawn of the Xavier Institute in Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #423. However, he turned up as a techno-organic virus-infected thrall of Selene in X-Force (vol. 3) #22. He was last seen attacking his former Generation X teammate, Husk, on Utopia, but it is unknown if he was present amongst those killed in Genosha when Selene completed her spell to ascend to godhood. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 3) #22.

    Skinless Man (Harry Pizer AKA Weapon III): Deceased. Retained his powers after the Decimation. Originally mentioned as a mutant who was supposedly killed to harvest his skin to use as a weapon in Excalibur (vol. 1) #87, Harry Pizer has turned out to have become the Skinless Man was an agent of the Weapon Plus program who had the mutant ability to morph his physiology. On Otherworld, he had his skin removed, stolen by Fantomex and made into a weapon, sentient, biting bullets by the Weapon Plus Program. After spending years in captivity after being flayed, he has escaped Otherworld. He was killed by Deadpool when he was stabbed through the neck. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Force #34.

    Skitter (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Skitter was one of the Morlocks, with unspecified powers, who was last seen in New York City. Last Appearance: Moon Knight (vol. 1) #53.

    Skitz (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Skitz was a member of X-Corporation, who had the power to psionically cause delusions in others of being confronted by parallel aspects of their own mind. Last Appearance: X-Treme X-Men #35.

    Skylark (Greg Carlson): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Believed depowered by the Decimation. Skylark was an Academy X student with the power to transform his arms into wings. Last Appearance: X-Men Unlimited (vol. 2) #2.

    Skywalker (???): Depowered on M-Day. Never shown, but named as a member of the Xavier School “flying class”, and listed as depowered when his energy signature is listed on the SHIELD computers monitoring the Collective. Last Mentioned: New Avengers (vol. 1) #18.

    Slab (Christopher Anderson): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Slab was a member of the Nasty Boys and was a repeated foe of X-Factor. His current whereabouts and the status of his powers after the Decimation are unknown. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #105.

    Slade, Frederick: Retained his powers after M-Day. Slade is an elderly member of Clan Akkaba, and kidnapped the comatose Chamber after M-Day to infuse him with a large amount of blood from Apocalypse, in the hopes of repowering him and having him join Clan Akkaba. Last Appearance: New Excalibur #9.

    Slade, Hamilton: Deceased. Hamilton was a shapeshifter and member of Clan Akkaba slain by Dracula. Last Appearance: X-Men: Apocalypse/Dracula #4.

    Slade, Margaret: Deceased. Margaret was a metamorph and member of Clan Akkaba slain by her vampiric son, Hamilton Slade. Last Appearance: X-Men: Apocalypse/Dracula #4.
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    Slaughter (???): Deceased. Slaughter was a member of X’s Brotherhood who was killed at the X-Force parade. Last Appearance: The Brotherhood #9.

    Slick (Quincy Marrow): Depowered by the Decimation. This student of Xavier’s had the ability to create illusions. He was last seen at Academy X, just after Quentin Quire exposed his true visage. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #136.

    Slider (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Slider was a member of the Singapore Mutant Underground who had the power to decrease friction on objects, making them more slippery. In his last appearance, he was caught in a firefight between the Mutant Underground and a paramilitary group. It is unknown whether he was a casualty in that battle. Last Appearance: X-Men vs. Avengers #4.

    Slimeball (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Slimeball was a member of the Children of Heaven cult with unknown powers. He was last seen during the confrontation between Archangel and Father Philip at the cult's headquarters. Last appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #47.

    Slipstream (Davis Cameron): Depowered on M-Day. Listed by SHIELD computers to be depowered by the Decimation in New Avengers (vol. 1) #18, Davis has not been seen since walking out on the X-Men after learning he and his sister were of Shi’ar heritage, horrified at her avian visage. His only known romantic relationship was a brief one with Storm. Last Appearance: X-treme X-Men #19.

    Slither (Aaron Solomon): Current status after M-Day unknown. Slither was a member of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, as well as the Serpent Society and Mutant Force. He has not been seen since a defeat at the hands of Speedball of the New Warriors. Last Appearance: New Warriors (vol. 2) #6.

    Sloan, Rebecca: Current status after Decimation unknown. Rebecca is the sister of the mutant known as Firebolt and has the mutant ability of precognition. Rebecca stood by her brother after he killed their father and tried to reach him in New York where he had fled. In her last appearance, she arrived in time to see his apparent death by the collapse of a building that she had foreseen in a vision. Last Appearance: Power Man and Iron Fist (vol. #1) #108.

    Sluk (Byron Spencer): Deceased. Member of X-Force, X-Statix killed in the Boys-R-Us Massacre. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 1) #116.

    Smart Alec (Alexander Thorne): Deceased. The super-genius mutant and former member of Alpha Flight would be killed when mind-wiped by Shaman’s medicine bag, then shrunk, and finally stepped on during a fight between Box and Sasquatch. Last Appearance: Alpha Flight (vol. 1) #46.

    Smerdyakov, Gregor: Retained his powers after the Decimation, and is still a sentient treelike organism living in the New York underground. Last Appearanace: Mutopia X #5.

    Smith, Arthur Allan: Current status after Decimation unknown. Arthur was an escaped convict with minor telepathic abilities that were activated after exposure to Dazzler’s light. He aided Dazzler, O.Z. Chase and Beast against the villains Silence and Dust before returning back to prison to serve his remaining time. Last Appearance: Dazzler (vol. 1) #42.

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

    Smithy (???): Believed deceased. Smithy is a member of the Assassin's Guild whose superhuman teleportation and weapon summoning abilities, like other members of the guild, may have been latent mutant powers that were activated by Candra. He was last seen in New Orleans at the Assassins‘ Guild, being impaled on the claws of the Red Death. Last appearance: Scarlet Spider (vol. 2) #18.

    Smoke (???): Deceased. Smoke was a mutant who battled X-Force/X-Statix and had the ability to become an intangible, smoke-like substance. He was cut in half by Wolverine and then fell off a building. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 1) #120.

    Smutts, Milo: Deceased. Milo Smutts was a mutant with pheromone powers that could be used to influence the emotions of others. He was killed after he lost his focus while performing on the American Megastars realtiy show, and was beaten to death by the audience and judges, whom he had inadvertantly convinced not to like him. Last Appearance: X-Men Unlimited (vol. 1) #41.

    Smythe, Jane (aka Dick Smythe): Deceased. Jane was a mutant who could turn into a very strong, large, green man, who was killed by Mike Asher, Fagin, and Malon Reeves and had her hand delivered to Hoffman for being suspected of being a traitor to the Brotherhood. Last Appearance: The Brotherhood #8.

    Snake (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Snake was a member of China Force last seen during Alpha Flight’s battle with the Dreamqueen. He had a flexible, contorting body. Last Appearance: Alpha Flight (vol. 1) #69.

    Snaketongue (Terra Poole): Current status after M-Day unknown. Snaketongue was a fork-tongued mutant who battled the New Mutants in gladatorial combat, before being set free by Dazzler. Last Appearance: New Mutants (vol. 1) #31.

    Snot (???): Developed his powers after the decimation. Snot has the power of super-sneezing and creating projectile mucus. He was last seen at the Hole, the nightclub frequented by the Masters of Evil, being punched out by Anachronism. Last Appearance: Avengers Undercover #2.

    Snowfall (Ginny Snow): Believed Deceased. Snowfall was a telepathic, precognitive mutant. She apparently killed herself after being rescued from Steven Tuval by Captain America to avoid being a pawn in anyone else's schemes in the future, like her precognitive knowledge of the future told her she would be. Last Appearance: Captain America (vol. 1) #239.
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    Snow Leopard (Issa Koblev): Apparently deceased. Snow Leopard had a cat/human hybrid appearance, with enhanced strength, agility, and advanced senses. He was likely killed when blown up in a warehouse by his eternal foe, Yi Yang. Last Appearance: Fury/Black Widow: Death Duty #1.

    Snow Leopard II (Ilya Koblev): Retained their powers after the Decimation. Ilya is a Russian feral cat-man mutant and brother to the other mutant Snow Leopards, Issa and Ioakim Koblev, whose powers include enhanced strength, speed, endurance, agility, olfactory senses, night vision and razor-sharp claws. He was last seen being taken into custody by the Winter Guard after an attack on an AIM base in the Forbidden Zone of Russia with the rest of Remont Six. Last Appearance: Hulk: Winter Guard #1.

    Snow Leopard III (Ioakim Koblev): Retained their powers after the Decimation. Ioakim is a Russian feral cat-man mutant and brother to the other mutant Snow Leopards, Issa and Ilya Koblev, whose powers include enhanced strength, speed, endurance, agility, olfactory senses, night vision and razor-sharp claws. He was last seen being taken into custody by the Winter Guard after an attack on an AIM base in the Forbidden Zone of Russia with the rest of Remont Six. Last Appearance: Hulk: Winter Guard #1.

    Snow Queen (Brigitte Lahti): Deceased. The Snow Queen was a female mutant able to create mental snow that caused dementia in foes. She died in a bomb explosion. Last Appearance: Wolverine (vol. 2) #24.

    Soames, Tildie: Believed Depowered. Tildie Soames was a mutant with telepathic projection powers who accidentally killed her parents the first time her powers manifested. She was a trial research candidate for the vaccine against the mutant gene created by Dr. Kavita Rao. Last Appearance: Astonishing X-Men (vol. 3) #3.

    Sojobo (Sojobo ???): Deceased. Developed telepathic powers after the Decimation. Sojobo was a Japanese mutant with the power to attack the psyches of others with psionic carrion birds. He was killed and then possessed by the spirit of Luca Aldine, eventually being completely killed by Blindfold, with Legion‘s help. Last Appearance: X-Men: Legacy (vol. 2) #6.

    Solarr (Silas King): Deceased. Solarr had solar energy powers, where he could convert stored solar energy into heat blasts, or use it to fly. He was killed by the Fomor and Bres while escaping Project: Pegasus. Last Appearance: Power Man and Iron Fist #113.

    Sole, Ransome: Status currently unknown after the Decimation. Believed deceased. Ransome Sole was a member of the Neo with unspecified powers. He is believed to have been killed by the Evolutionaries during their purge of the Neo. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #106.

    Sonny (???): Deceased. Sonny was a feral mutant who went wild, and after beginning a animalistic rampage after his mother died of a drug overdose, was killed by police with gunfire and a flamethrower. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #127.

    Sorenson, Janet: Current status after M Day unknown. Janet is the daughter of the villain Equinox (Terry Sorenson) who has the ability to release explosive bursts of energy. When last seen Janet was having problems controlling her power causing explosions throughout her Harlem neighborhood. Frustrated by this Equinox became abusive and was set straight by the hero Falcon who helped him to seek other non-violent means of controlling her powers. Last Appearance: Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #147.

    Soteira (???): Current status after M-Day unknown. Soteira was a New York City Morlock, and a possible telepath of genius intelligence. Last Appearance: Wolverine/Punisher: Revelations #4.

    Soul Skinner (???): Deceased. The Soul Skinner was a powerful Russian psychic who enjoyed tormenting foes their deepest fears and regrets. He was shot and killed by Colonel Vazhin with the X-Men's assistance. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #19.

    Source (Michael Nowlan): Deceased. Source had the power to amplify the powers of other mutants, and was an unwilling member of Apocalypse’s Alliance of Evil. He died when he tried loading too much mutant energy into himself, and caused him to explode. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #6.

    Southern, Candy: Deceased. Human, honorary X-Man from her journey with the team to the Savage Land. Originally killed by Cameron Hodge, than later assimilated by the Phalanx and bonded to Cameron Hodge before she died a second time. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #306.

    Spark (Myron Shmertz): Current status after M-Day unknown. Spark had the power to absorb and amplify electrical energy, using it to supercharge his body and increase his size, strength, and durability. Last Appearance: Web of Spider-Man (vol. 1) #76.

    Sparrow (H.R. O’Damia): Current status after M-Day unknown. Sparrow was a mutant with the powers of flight, enhanced vision, reflexes, and agility. She was last seen alongside the Underground, battling against Wraath and the rest of Tantalus. Last Appearance: Blackwulf #10.

    Specter (Dallas Gibson): Depowered on M-Day, and revealed to be alive and living at home with his grandfather (in interviews with New X-Men writer Chris Yost). Last Appearance: New X-Men (vol. 2) #23.

    Spectre, Jon: Depowered by the Decimation. Spectre was born in the future timeline of Cable, and his power of intangibility is confirmed as lost when his energy signature is listed among those that make up the Collective in New Avengers (vol. 1) #18. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 2) #6.

    Speed (Thomas “Tommy” Shepherd): Not confirmed as a mutant, but suspected of being one, possibly a magical creation of the Scarlet Witch. Speed has of course, super-speed as a power. He was last seen with the Young Avengers, on New Year’s just after leaving a party. Last Appearance: Young Avengers (vol. 2) #15.

    Speedfreak (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Speedfreak had the power to move at super-speed, and had advanced reflexes. He has not been seen since encountering the original X-Factor. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #35.
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    Spellbinder (Erica Fortune): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Spellbinder was believed to have been a mutant, as she was demonstrating latent telekinetic abilities before she acquired two magical alien power rings, one of order and one of chaos, to supplement them further. She was last seen being considered for the Initiative program by Tony Stark. Last Appearance: Civil War: Battle Damage Report #1.

    Spencer, Ace: Current status after the Decimation unknown. Mutant status not confirmed, only suspected. Ace Spencer had peak physical abilities, and could somehow short out Spider-Man’s spider-sense through unknown means. He was last seen leaving New York City with his sister, Rosie. Last Appearance: Peter Parker: Spectacular Spider-Man Annual #6.

    Sphinx (Anath-Na Mut): Deceased. Sphinx was an ancient Egyptian mutant whose abilities prior to gaining the Ka Stone are unknown. With the Ka Stone, he was able to alter reality in a several mile radius but usually employed it in a less dramatic fashion to conserve its power. With the stone he projected blasts of force, heat and light from his eyes and hands or from the stone, created elaborate illusions, teleported over long distances and enhanced his own strength, resistance, endurance and lifespan. The stone could also be used to read minds, as well as to drain someone’s entire memory, killing them. Sphinx was killed in battle with Nova while trying to absorb the powers of his Ka Stone and a second Ka Stone he had obtained from his younger self. Before the process could be completed Nova opened a stargate pushing him into open space between dimensions causing him to explosively decompress. Last Appearance: Nova (vol. 4) #35.

    Spider-Woman III (Mattie Franklin): Status as a mutant debatable, as she received her powers in the “Gathering of the Five” ritual, but yet later, was used to harvest Mutant Growth Hormone. Deceased. While at first, Mattie was classified as a magic-based mutate, who got her powers in the Gathering of the Five ritual, it was later revealed that she was a mutant, when she was being held by MGH dealers, who were keeping her kidnapped, and drugged, to harvest mutant growth hormone from her. She retained her enhanced physical powers, wall-crawling ability, and ability to create psionic webbing after M-Day.Her last romantic interest was fellow Loner and mutant Ricochet. She was killed upon a sacrificial altar by the Kravinoff family, to resurrect Vladimir Kravinoff, the Grim Hunter, in a magical ritual. Last Appearance: Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 1) #634.

    Spike (Gary Walsh): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Spike is a former student of Xavier’s and was a friend of Kid Omega, who did not join the Omega Gang. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #136.

    Spike, The (Darian Elliot): Deceased. This member of X-Statix would be killed by projectile spikes fired by his own doppelganger. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 1) #128.

    Spiral (Rita Wayword): Not a mutant, but a human altered by Mojo’s magic, and cybernetic implants. Spiral was last seen with X-Force, after helping rescue Cable, Hope, and Bishop from Stryfe. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Force (vol. 2) #17.

    Spirit (Jacob Pace): Believed Deceased. Jacob was a mutant with the power to discorpreate. However, before he could gain full mastery of his powers, he lost control of them and turned completely into air. He spent his last hours with Kitty Pryde. Last Appearance: X-Men Unlimited (vol. 2) #7.

    Spitball (Robert Delgado): Deceased. This mutant had the power to expel energy plasma from his mouth cavity. However, after being infected with a Brood Egg, he would end up in a building collapse, and be crushed by a wall, killing him. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #234.

    Spitfire (Jacqueline Falsworth-Chricton): Status as a mutant debatable. Spitfire, according to Selene in Marvel Comics Presents (vol. 1) #89, is a latent mutant with regenerative abilities, whose super-speed powers were activated by a vampire’s bite and android blood transfusion. Spitfire‘s last romantic interest was Blade. Spitfire was last seen in London, while MI:13 was hosting a diplomatic envoy from Aqiria. Last Appearance: X-Men: Legacy (vol. 2) #13.

    Spoilsport (???): Lost his powers on M-Day. Spoilsport used to have the power to produce a “null gravity field”, and could do so on himself, to walk on walls or ceilings, as she chose. Her power loss was confirmed when the energy signatures are listed among those that make up the Collective in New Avengers (vol. 1) #18. Last Appearance: Generation X #54.

    Spoor (Andrew Hamish Graves): Believed deceased. A member of Magneto’s Acolytes with the power of pheromone manipulation, Spoor was in Genosha when Cassandra Nova’s Sentinels attacked, and killed in the slaughter there. 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. However, but it is unknown if he was present amongst those killed in Genosha when Selene completed her spell to ascend to godhood. Last Mentioned: X-Force (vol. 3) #21. Last Appearance: Magneto: Dark Seduction #1.

    Sprite III (Jia Jing): Jia Jing is a mutant girl with an insectoid mutation who developed her powers after the Decimation. She was last seen at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning. Last Appearance: Nightcrawler (vol. 3) #1.

    Spud (???): Deceased. Spud was a member of X’s Brotherhood covered in spiky bone protusions who was killed at the X-Force parade. Last Appearance: The Brotherhood #9.

    Spyne (???): Resurrected with the techno-organic virus. A cannibalistic member of the Dark Riders with enhanced speed and strength who was slain by a feral Wolverine after he rejected the attempt by the Dark Riders to restore his adamantium and make him Apocalypse’s new Horseman of Death in Wolverine (vol. 2) #100. However, he turned up as a techno-organic virus-infected thrall of Selene in X-Force (vol. 3) #21. He was last seen attacking Dazzler and Psylocke on Utopia, but it is unknown if he was present amongst those killed in Genosha when Selene completed her spell to ascend to godhood. Last Appearance: X-Force (vol. 3) #21.

    Squidboy (Samuel “Sammy” Pare): Deceased. Sammy was crushed by Black Tom Cassidy using his plant-control powers. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 2) #162.

    Squirrel Girl (Doreen Green): Retained her variety of squirrel-related powers after the Decimation. Squirrel Girl Her confirmed romantic interests include Speedball and Wolverine. Squirrel Girl was last seen at Deadpool’s wedding. Last Appearance: Deadpool (vol. 3) #27.

    Stacy-X (Miranda Leevald aka Stacy): Originally, Stacy was depowered after M-Day, and without her pheromone powers, but her snake-like appearance, Stacy-X became a prostitute who would use her body, rather than her pheromones to get the job done while living on the streets. Then, she had apparently found a place on the latest incarnation of the New Warriors, under the command of Donyell Taylor, who had taken up the mantle of his brother, Night Thrasher. Then, while fleeing from a S.H.I.E.L.D. grunt with a malfunctioning flamethrower, she was caught in the explosion and apparently killed in New Warriors (vol. 4) #16. However, somehow… Stacy-X recently reappeared partying in the L.A. club scene, with her powers and physical mutation apparently reactivated in Vengeance #1. There, she had some sort of erotic fling with a new hero calling himself the Ultimate Nullifer, and the pop star, Sugar Kane, before fleeing when Magneto arrived to try and recruit her to the mutant cause. Last Appearance: Vengeance #1.

    Stalwart (Adewale Ekoku): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Stalwart was an Academy X student who had the power to physically increase his muscle mass to bulk himself up. Last Appearance: New X-Men (vol. 1) #126.

    Stare (???): Deceased. Stare was the leader of the Neo Guardian Clan with combustion-creating powers, who was killed when he was disintegrated by the Evolutionaries. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 3) Giant-Size#1.

    Starkey (??? Starkey): Deceased. Starkey was a mutant with a skin mutation and empathic powers, who was killed by a soldier named Arthur, who had been trained to kill mutants by Metzger. Last Appearance: X-Men: Children of the Atom #6.
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    Starsmore, Jack: Deceased. Jack Starsmore was an ancestor of Chamber, and would become a member of Clan Akkaba in defending his lord from Dracula. Last Appearance: X-Men: Apocalypse/Dracula #4.

    Star Sultan (???): Gained mutant powers after the Decimation. Star Sultan is a mutant servant of the Red Skull with unspecified powers who was last seen helping keep the Scarlet Witch and Rogue captive. Last Appearance: Uncanny Avengers #2.

    Dr. ??? Stathis: Current status of their powers after M-Day unknown. Dr. Stathis was apparently a mutant scientist with unknown powers working on a cure for the mutant gene, who Professor Xavier knew about. Last Mentioned: X-Men Origins: Cyclops #1.

    Static II (Gianna Carina Esparanza): Believed Deceased. A member of Magneto’s Acolytes with the ability to fire paralyzing charges from her fingers that also negated mutant abilities, Static II may have been on Genosha when Cassandra Nova’s Sentinels attacked the island. 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 was present amongst those killed in Genosha when Selene completed her spell to ascend to godhood. Last Mentioned: X-Force (vol. 3) #21. Last Appearance: Magneto: Dark Seduction #1.

    Static III (???): Believed Deceased. Static III was a member of the Neo with the power to create a scrambling field that negated mutant powers. She was possibly killed when the Neo were all disintegrated by the Evolutionaries. Last Appearance: X-Men (vol. 3) Giant-Size#1.

    St. Croix, Claudette: Current status of her powers after M-Day unknown. Claudette was last transferred back into the custody of Cartier St. Croix, the Algerian diplomat. Last Appearance: Generation X #58.

    St. Croix, Lenore: Deceased. Lenore St. Croix was the wife of Louis St. Croix, Monet’s grandfather, who died in a car accident. Her powers of crystal skin did not manifest until the trauma of the accident that killed her. Last Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #305.

    St. Croix, Nicole: Current status of her powers after M-Day unknown. Nicole was last transferred back into the custody of Cartier St. Croix, the Algerian diplomat. Last Appearance: Generation X #58.

    Stealth (Carlos McNally): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Stealth had the powers of flight, and the ability to avoid detection by radar devices. He was last seen being beaten and outwitted by Agent Rick Mason. Last Appearance: Marvel Graphic Novel: The Agent #1.

    Steed, Ms. (Emma Steed aka Black Queen IV): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Ms. Steed was last seen being knocked unconscious by Captain Britain while Black Queen of the London branch of the Hellfire Club. Last Appearance: Excalibur (vol. 1) #100.

    Steinbeck (???): Deceased. Steinbeck was originally a pyrokinetic mutant named Steinbeck, whose body was taken over by the telepathic Prudence Leighton, as he killed her. As a result, both psyches began to exist in the same body until Mystique killed him/them. Last Appearance: Mystique #24.

    Stencil (Maria ???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Stencil had the power to absorb the minds of others, while turning their bodies into vegetables. She permanently retains the personality of Colonel Krychev of the Soviet Army as a split personality. Last Appearance: Soviet Super-Soldiers #1.

    Stewart, Alistaire: Human scientist magically given a malleable physical form by a spell from Morgan LeFay. Alistaire is a government operative, and once an ally of Excalibur. He was last seen helping defeat the demon lord, Plokta. Last Appearance: Captain Britain and MI13 #9.

    Stewart, Alysande: Deceased. Not a mutant, but a human government operative. She was killed when she was murdered by Jamie Braddock. Last Appearance: Excalibur (vol. 1) #55.

    Stigmata (Ana Maria Magdalena Shwartz): Current status unknown after the Decimation. Stigmata was a mutant agent of the Vatican, who had the power to speak “words of power“, and transform into a flying, intangible, angelic energy form. She was last seen escorting the international criminal known as Santera to a secret Vatican prison. Last Appearance: Venom: Sign of the Boss #2.

    Stinger I (Wendy Sherman): Retained her powers after the Decimation. Stinger was a member of Apocalypse’s original Alliance of Evil with bioelectric powers, but has taken up the X-Men on their offer of sanctuary on the island of Utopia. Her last romantic interest was Iceman, and she was last seen on Utopia with Loa. Last Appearance: Last Appearance: X-Men: Legacy (vol. 1) #244.

    Stitch (Jodi Furman): Current status unknown after M-Day. Stitch was a member of Alpha Flight with the ability to manipulate small metal objects. She has not been seen since leaving Department H. Last Appearance: Alpha Flight (vol. 1) #128.

    Stone III (???): Current status after the Decimation unknown. Stone had the ability to turn his entire body into a dense, granite-like compound, and was last seen being knocked out by Sabretooth while working for Bowser and the Hound program. Last Appearance: X-Factor (vol. 1) #138.

    Stonewall I (Louis Hamilton): Resurrected with the techno-organic virus. Stonewall possesses super-strength, and durability, and died on Muir Island, being stabbed by Donald Pierce while trying to protect Mystique in Uncanny X-Men (vol. 1) #255. However, he turned up as a techno-organic virus-infected thrall of Selene in X-Force (vol. 3) #21. He was last seen attacking Colossus on Utopia, but it is unknown if he was present amongst those killed in Genosha when Selene completed her spell to ascend to godhood. Last Appearance: X-Men: Legacy (vol. 1) #231.
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