Kitty Pryde appears in 5439 issues.
New deadlier Sentinel and mutant-killing machine.
One of many "Warpies" who were transformed into super humans by Mad Jim Jaspers.
A Marvel Monster
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.
Conjoined Warpie twins. One is negatively charged and the other is positively charged. They can deliver a massive electrical shock to someone if they both touch them at the same time.
The Adversary's goal to destroy this universe and replace it with a new one brought him into conflict with the X-Men.
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.
The Air-Walker Prototype was designed by Jonathon Cayre.
He is a ninja of the group called The Hand.
Alexander Flynn was born to an unnamed Gypsy woman in Latveria. He claimed to be an illegitimate son of Dr. Doom.
The wife of Bolivar Trask.
Andrea and her brother shared the codename Fenris. She was bio-engineered in-utero and must be in contact with her brother to use her powers. Andrea is currently dead.
Former terrorist and son of HYDRA's Baron Strucker, Andreas von Strucker abandoned his life of evil following the death of his sister. Choosing to become a better man, he became the superhero Swordsman and joined the Thunderbolts on his quest to be the opposite of everything he'd been before.
A powerful mutant capable of summoning monsters from another dimension.
Treacherous temptress who usurped the throne from its rightful ruler.
One of the very first mutants, Apocalypse is both thousands of years old and a monstrous tyrant that has been a longtime foe of the X-Men. Apocalypse believes that only the strongest (whether mutant or superhuman) should survive. His body is a mix of organics and powerful celestial technology, boosting his shapeshifting and other powers to god-like levels.
Seeking challenges, Arcade has tested the abilities of many superheroes in the Marvel Universe. Trapped inside his dangerous Murderworlds and playing to survive, always nothing more than just a game for Arcade.
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 twin sister of Sublime, cast into space a billion years ago. She has since returned to Earth, seeking revenge.
The imperial ruler of the extra-dimensional world of Polemachus. More recently, Arkon found himself in Weirdworld, a strange otherworldly dimension.
A robot built by Magneto in the Ultimate Marvel universe, he possesses the powers of Captain America, Thor and the Hulk.
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.
Kitty Pride is a mutant with the ability to "phase" through solid matter, and to disrupt any electrical field she passes through. She's a member of the X-Men.
The successor of the original Avalanche, this unknown mutant seemingly has the same powers as the original. He has joined the New Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.
Barnacle was a member of Acolytes.
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.
Ever since WWII, Baron Strucker has been causing misery and destruction, first as the Red Skull's second-in-command, later as ruler of the terrorist group HYDRA. It might be due to losing his position as a prince in the Prussian dynasty, or maybe he's just a real jerk. He wants total chaos and anarchy, and absolute control of the world. He also wants Nick Fury dead and all forms of democracy crushed.
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