Cyclops appears in 9757 issues.
Aarkus was once the Golden Age villain-turned-hero called The Vision, whose people came to our reality to serve as midwives to beings born from Cosmic Cubes.
Craving for the power of a Hulk, Emil Blonsky purposely had himself infected with triple the amount of gamma that the Hulk originally had. However, it turned him into a monstrous amphibious reptoid as being originally more than twice the strength of the normal calm Hulk, at the cost of never being human again.
A.I.M. agent who hi-jacked a jetliner. He was stopped by Cyclops and Jean Grey who were passengers.
A.I.M. agent who hi-jacked a jetliner. He was stopped by Cyclops and Jean Grey who were passengers on the flight.
A.I.M. agent that hi-jacked a jetliner. He and the other A.I.M. agents were stopped by Cyclops and Lean Grey who were passengers.
Member of the Lords of Light and Darkness.
A member of the group known as The Children of the Vault, adversaries of the X-men.
A geneticist who in a dystopic future was the creator of the Hound program which captured mutants wherein they were processed and used to hunt down their fellow mutants.
Akhenaten was an Egyptian Pharaoh circa 1300 BC who was chosen by the Celestial Order to receive a huge portion of power from the Heart of the Universe.
Eternal that sided with Druig.
Scott Summers is the leader of Charles Xavier's X-Men, and their first member. He has the ability to absorb ambient energies in the environment and convert them into powerful optic blasts.
A powerful mutant capable of summoning monsters from another dimension.
Fabian Cortez's sister and member of the Acolytes. She was wounded when humans invaded Asteroid M and shot her. After that Magneto beacome a leader of Acolytes.
Two men have taken the identity of Ape-Man and were members of the Ani-Men.
Cyclops has "killed" Apocalypse on more than one occasion throughout history. Apocalypse infected Cyclops' son with a techno-organic virus, forcing Cyclops to send the boy into the future where he would become Cable.
Araki was Lord Chamberlain of the Shi'ar Imperium, one amongst many in a clone sequence loyal to the empirical bloodline line. His latest iteration grudgingly served under the rule of Vulcan, preferring his rule over that of Lilandra. He was killed by Gladiator during the Kree-Shi'ar war.
A humanoid alien from an unidentified home planet, Arc is a member of the Shi'ar Imperial Guard.
Arclight is a mutant that appeared in the X-Men franchise. She was a member of the Marauders where she used her shock wave powers to lead them.
The imperial ruler of the extra-dimensional world of Polemachus. More recently, Arkon found himself in Weirdworld, a strange otherworldly dimension.
Armageddon is the son of Apocalypse in Earth-2182 - Nocturne's home reality.
He is a member of X-Men in his reality.
One of the members of the Shi'ar Empires Imperial Guards, Astra is an alien with mass altering abilities which allow her do become intangible. She has seen all the major changes of the Guardsmen allegiances and membership throughout the years.
Former member of Magneto's original Brotherhood. She later went rogue and attempted to gain revenge on him for unspecified reasons by creating a clone of Magneto named Joseph.
Scott Summers is Cyclops, leader of Charles Xavier's X-men. He has the ability to absorb energies in the environment and convert them into optic blasts that are often uncontrollable.
A synthetic adaptive android designed by the Mad Thinker to combat super-heroes. Although later defecting and becoming an employee of Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg and Holliway.
Banshee was a mutant with a sonic scream. Born in Ireland, he pursued a career in Interpol, the X-Men, Generation X as Co-Headmaster, and founded X-Corp. He was the father of Theresa Cassidy as well as Black Tom Cassidy's cousin.
Barbarus is a quad-armed mutant with super strength and one of The Savage Land Mutates.
Former Royal Chief Scientist of Homeworld, Karza used his astonishing technology to overthrow the monarchy of Homeworld and took control of a big part of the Microverse before he was ultimately defeated by the Micronauts.
Barrage is a member of the Dark Riders, and has Inhuman heritage.
When Master Mold subsumed Nimrod, the resulting robot was forced into the Siege Perilous by the X-Men. Once, a mysterious man named Bastion saw himself as humanity's last "bastion" of hope, unaware of his identity as a Sentinel.
A founding member of the X-Men, Dr. Hank McCoy is a mutant possessing animal-like strength and agility. Despite being covered in blue fur and resembling a ferocious beast, Hank possesses an astounding intellect and a superb wit. He is currently helping run the Jean Grey School, while also serving with the Avengers.
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