Exiles appears in 414 issues.
In this alternate reality, Deadpool fights this team with his Weapon X team.
The Exiles once aided The Celestials and The Avengers in defeating Ego and keeping him from permanently turning the Earth into another corrupt living planet just like himself.
Holocaust is the son of Apocalypse and his horseman Famine who has opposed X-Force, the X-Men, the Exiles and the Avengers. He has acted as the heir of Apocalypse, a Herald of Onslaught and even a member of the Exiles.
When Weapon X's version of Storm was killed on a mission she was replaced by a mentally deranged incarnation of Hyperion who came from a world in which he destroyed every superhuman along with Galactus and conquered Earth only to have the inhabitants committ mass suicide by igniting a Nuclear Holocaust that left his Earth little more than a lifeless radioactive dustball. He soon took over the Weapon X team by force and traveled from one world to the next conquering and killing as he went along. Though he was thought to have been killed on Earth-4400 it was later revealed that he regenerated inside The Crystal Palace and had been manipulating The Exiles in the form of The Timebroker for months in the hopes that they would be killed during the missions he sent them on. Eventually he was overwhelmed by the combined might of two good versions of himself one of which was the Earth-712 Hyperion and was exiled back to his home reality where he remains trapped to this day.
The Exiles once fought to save an alternate version The Impossible Man after The Corruptor accidentally drove him insane while trying to turn him into his slave. Morph was able to "out-joke" The Impossible Man which shut down the device that was driving him mad.
A group of heroes that travel to alternate realities. They've encountered various versions of the Fantastic Four during their travels. One particular incarnation of Susan Richards was the Madame Hydra of her reality and escaped into the Multiverse along with her lover Wolverine and their top assassin The Slaymaster. Madame Hydra and her allies have recently come into conflict with the current Exiles roster.
Maestro Hulk is a version of the Hulk from an alternate future timeline, approximately a hundred years into the future, combining Banner's intelligence with the Hulk's more malevolent aspects. Having followed Proteus from The Squadron Supreme's universe to about 80 years in The Maestro's timeline before the events of both Captain Marvel: Time Flies and Hulk: Future Imperfect had happened; The Exiles formed an alliance with Banner's dark future self only to see it completely destroyed when Longshot accidentally stabbed The Maestro with one of his daggers. They fought against him and eventually The Exiles overpowered The Maestro only to have Proteus take control of Morph's body during the confusion.
Maximus Lobo is a lycanthrophic mutant.
Mojo hails from Mojoworld,a planet in another dimension. It was there that his race evoled,unable to stand becouse they did nor have backbones. Arize invented a exoskeleton so the wearer could stand.
Proteus is the mutant child of Moira MacTaggert and politician Joseph MacTarget. He lived most of his life in forced seclusion at his mother’s Muir Island research facility.
The Exiles once traveled to a Universe in which Norrin Radd had been a Military Scientist who convinced Galactus, The Healer of Worlds, to make Norrin his Herald. However when Norrin learned that Galactus would not heal Zenn-La simply because it had been wrecked by one of Norrin's inventions and not the Planetary Blight which afflicted this Universe he went insane and began destroying all who worshipped Galactus as a God. He eventually came for Galactus and nearly took all of the World Healer's powers when he was confronted by The Shi'ar Imperial Guard whom he destroyed with little trouble. However thanks to The Exiles, Norrin was eventually killed and Galactus was saved.
Extreme experimentation turned Rita Wayword into Mojo's loyal servant Spiral, the six-armed sorceress.
Tanaraq is one of the Great Beasts of the North. By making a deal with Tanaraq you gain the ability to transform into Sasquatch.
Vision is an artificial intelligence, a "synthezoid" created by the villain Ultron and an Avenger who possesses the power to alter his density at will. Having gained a modicum of humanity, Vision is always afraid he may one day lose touch with it.
Zarathos is an extremely powerful being bound to mortals by Mephisto, creating what is known as The Ghost Rider.
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