Jubilee appears in 2496 issues.
In Battleworld, they were the greatest defenders of Arcadia. In the Marvel Universe, they are assembled by Singularity to fight together.
A-Next is the Marvel Comic’s MC2 Universe version of the Avengers.
Making it's first appearance in What If? #105,
The origin of A-Next was told in A-Next #1, October 1998. Jubilee was a member of Avengers in the 982 universe.
Alpha Flight is Canada's premiere superhero team. Amongst its members are Guardian, Sasquatch, Puck, Vindicator, and Northstar. Even Wolverine has been counted among their ranks.
Jubilee was a founding member of Generation X, which ran from Nov. 1994 until its cancellation in 2001. Unlike the New Mutants, its predecessor teen mutants in training book, Generation X was mentored by Banshee and Emma Frost in Emma's school in Massachusetts.
The roster of students were: Chamber, Gaia, Husk, Jubilee, M, Mondo (who was a clone killed in Gen. X # 25),Penance, Skin and Synch. Kept as wards of the school were Artie, Franklin Richards, Leech; and then later the St. Croix twins.
In the Mutant X universe Jubilee was the leader of the criminal Marauders, which included Cannonball, Husk, Sunspot and Wolfsbane. They were hired to steal a mysterious box and then disappeared after clashing with vampiric Bloodstorm.
The New Mutants are a team of young mutants in training at Xavier's School For Gifted Youngsters.
Jubilee, under codename Wondra, was the field leader of the New Warriors in New Warriors vol. 4.
The Runaways are the children of The Pride, a super-powered crime ring that had control of Los Angeles for many years. After defeating their parents, the Runaways attempt to make up for their parent's sins by fighting crime in Los Angeles, being the city's official protectors.
After being turned into a vampire herself, Jubilation had serious problems with trying to control her lust for blood, during a mission with Storm's team, Jubilee was found by Raizo Kodo who offered to help her as The Forgiven are a team who do not thrive off of human blood.
After the Schism Jubilee joined Cyclops's team of the X-Men, becoming part of the Security Recon team. She participated in one mission, investigating the appearance of Sentinels in Puternicstan, and then left the team to learn better control with Raizo Kodo and the Forgiven.
Powerful creatures of the night, neither dead nor living. They typically feed on blood, but what they need to survive can vary.
X-Corps was Banshee's short lived militant strike force, aimed at policing the mutant population. Jubilee alongside M and Husk joined the X-Corps in concern for their former Headmaster, and were known together as "Banshee's Angels". X-Corps appeared in Uncanny X-Men #401-403 (2002).
Joined in Uncanny X-Men (1981) #258
In the MC2 Universe, Jubilee is the leader of the X-People, working to make Charles Xavier's dream of peaceful coexistence between humans and mutants come true. Jubilee is not only a longtime X-Men but also a one time Avenger and now Reservist. The X-People have to oppose mutant terrorist such as Magneta and her Sisterhood.
Jubilee was the youngest member of the AOA miniseries Gambit and the X-Ternals (1-4, 1995). This series gave her better control over her powers, allowing her detonate matter on a molecular level. It also played up her pickpocket and scavenging skill.
Jubilee once had the mutant power to generate bright bursts of energy plasmoids from her fingertips. She referred to these globules as fireworks. The globules obeyed her mental control, travelling where she directed them, arranging themselves in balls, streamers, and other shapes, and exploding when she wished. The strength of the energy could range from a multitude of colorful sparkles capable of temporarily blinding a person to a powerful detonation capable of smashing objects and destroying property, or a precision burst inside a human's brain simulating the effects of a massive stroke. Jubilee could absorb the fireworks back into her own body without harm.
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