Jubilee appears in 2496 issues.
Access is a Marvel and DC character that is in charge of preventing the universes from merging into one.
Adam Crown is a young man that carries the spirit of King Arthur in the Knights of Pendragon comics.
Aegis is a superhero with a mystical impenetrable breastplate that generates force-fields.
Aja is one of several young kids who assists with the latest incarnation of the New Warriors.
Peter Hunter was possessed by the Pendragon and became Albion.
The eighth smartest person on the planet, Amadeus Cho has a hypermind which allows him to run a virtually limitless amount of calculations in his head. Recently, he shouldered Banner's burden of being the Hulk, granting himself the power he always wanted and having to deal with his own monster. After a climactic fight in the heart of Manhattan where he reconciled his personalities, he's now a slimmed down Hulk with a new superhero identity, Brawn, who leads the Agents of Atlas in defending Asia.
Angel and Jubilee served with the X-Men together, and are good friends. When Jubilee was crucified on the front lawn of the Xavier Institute by the Church of Humanity, Angel's healing blood ressurrected her.
Angel Salvadore was a student at the Xavier Institute. Depowered, she is now part of the New Warriors along with Jubilee.
Angry Eagle was part of Jubilee's X-People team in the MC-2 universe.
The reptilian mutant known as Anole was a student at the Xavier Institute. Openly gay and leader of the Alpha Squadron, he was recently promoted to the New X-Men squad before it was disbanded and is currently a member of the Young X-Men. He is currently enrolled at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.
Arthur "Artie" Maddicks is a mute mutant telepath who communicates by telepathically projecting images. Artie is best known as the sidekick and best friend of Leech. He was depowered due to the events of M-Day.
Hope is a trained assassin, and is Jubilee's only living blood relative.
She uses a bag of infinite capacity to commit crimes for Cassiolena. Patsy convinced her to switch sides and now they are friends.
Banshee asked Professor Xavier's permission to begin another junior training school when he noticed Jubilee was having difficulty adjusting to her place among the X-Men. This, along with the events of the Phalanx Covenent, led to the formation of Generation X.
Jubilee was very close to her headmaster, and confided in him. She, along with her teammates M and Husk, were nicknamed "Banshee's Angels".
Bruce Wayne, who witnessed the murder of his billionaire parents as a child, swore to avenge their deaths. He trained extensively to achieve mental and physical perfection, mastering martial arts, detective skills, and criminal psychology. Costumed as a bat to prey on the fears of criminals, and utilizing a high-tech arsenal, he became the legendary Batman.
Barnell "Barry" Bohusk, the depowered mutant formerly known as "Beak", knew Jubilee from the Xavier Institute. They are now teammates with the New Warriors.
Beast and Jubilee served with the X-Men together, and are good friends. His kindness and playful demeanor made Jubilee feel very much at home among the X-Men.
Bedlam, a mutant with the ability to generate a bio-electric field for a variety of effects, is a former member of X-Force and skilled in covert ops.
Ben Gallagher was an author and adventurer obsessed with the legend of the Holy Grail.
Lucas Bishop is a mutant from the 22nd century that traveled into the past, becoming a member of the X-Men for a time, and serving with Jubilee. The two have saved each other's lives a couple of times, and are good friends.
The latest wielder of the Ebony Blade in a long line of heroes and villains known as the Black Knight. Dane Whitman, at one point a member of the Avengers and leader of Ultraforce, is now the current king of Weirdworld.
A former KGB agent Natasha Romanova, better known as Black Widow, is one of the best agents S.H.I.E.L.D. has ever had. She's a longtime member of the Avengers as well as the leader of the short-lived Los Angeles-based superhero team called the Champions.
Bling! was a student at the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning. A young mutant in training, she eventually joined the X-Men to help them battle Apocalypse. She later was placed among the younger students and X-Men-in-Training and eventually became a fully-fledged member of the X-Men again after they relocated to Utopia. Placed alongside the other teenage mutants again, she currently studies at the Jean Grey Academy.
Bolt was a mutant with the power to absorb and channel electricity. He idolized the mutant Maverick, even taking his namesake and look after the original disappeared.
Jubilee, Wolverine & Psylocke rescued powerless Boom-Boom & Rictor from the Genoshan Magistrates. Wolverine left Jubilee to guard Boom-Boom & Rictor, which caused tension between the two girls who had similar powers and personalities. The two later became friends, and went on a shopping spree just before term started for Generation X.
Sam Guthrie, older brother of Paige "Husk" Guthrie, is a good friend of Jubilee.
Jubilee aided Captain Universe (Jeffrey Christiansen) in stopping a group of creatures accidentally created by a Mutant whose power turns people into monsters.
Jonothan Starsmore, formerly known as "Chamber", is a depowered mutant who was a member of Generation X along with Jubilee. He had psionic energy emitting from his chest. After losing his powers due to M-Day, he was kidnapped by a cult of Apocalypse and physically changed. He is now serving with the New Warriors alongside Jubilee.
A member of the Snow Valley Police Department, Chief Authier is a recurring character in the Generation X series. He seems to have an uncanny knowledge of unnatural and mythological things.
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