Madrox appears in 1441 issues.
Airborne is from Shadowforce who first appeared in Spider-Man and X-Factor. She show up in issues 1, 2, and 3.
Ambush is a member of Shadowforce.
Once a mutant superhero, the former Multiple Man spends his time fighting for the disenfranchised residents of Mutant Town as the proprietor of X-Factor Investigations.
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.
A common enemy of the X-Men and one of the most unusual mutants, who was de-powered during M-Day. His Age of Apocalypse counterpart has since replaced him in his various villainous roles after leaving his home reality.
The strongwoman of the Hell's Belles.
Carlos is one of the E.D.I.'s Excalibur-Class Super-Soldiers along with the Captain Britain, Captain Italy and Captain France.
A corrupted native American god who serves the Chaos King and opposes Thunderbird and his team of X-Men.
X-Factor foe. A human in the service of the demon Cloot. He was dragged to Hell by his master after he went crazy and threatened to kill X-Factor instead of making the mutant team serve Cloot as he promised.
Clay was an assassin with the ability to create duplicates of himself, appears as an enemy of Jamie Madrox, the Multiple Man.
X-Factor antagonist who mind controlled Monet St. Croix and Shatterstar into attacking former mutants. One of James Madrox's dupes that he sent into a future.
Cyber is a mutant and an enemy of Wolverine and the X-Men. He is also well known throughout the criminal underworld, where he often hires himself out as a special enforcer.
Damian Tryp is the founder and CEO of Singularity Investigations. He also is trying to prevent a possible future in which mutants are responsible for the collapse of civilisation.
When they first met, Madorx promised to kill Doctor Locke as he'd discovered that the Doctor was responsible for brainwashing Strong Guy into being an unconscious murderer. Doctor Locke used a machine that stimulated Madrox's brain into torturing himself (with the illusion that his parents were torturing him). However, the mental stimulation continued when the machine was switched off, and Madrox began to punish himself by slapping himself across the face. The ensuing crowd of duplicates crushed all Hydra agents in the building, including Doctor Locke.
The Chicago crime boss that was almost killed by his wife during Madrox's trip to Chicago
Though a member of Magneto's Acolytes, Cortez often rebelled against him, and was finally killed by Magneto.
Dictator of Trans-Sabal.
Firefight is a member of Shadowforce.
A mutant terrorist and a member of Hell's Belles.
A perennial member of the Mutant Liberation Front, Forearm has been loyal to the group's cause until his untimely death at the hands of Anaconda.
Madrox was able to escape from Gorgeous George's tar-like body when one of his duplicates pulled him out.
Member of the Mr. Sinister's Nasty Boys
Hardtime was a member of the short lived Shadowforce team that fought against Spider-Man and X-Factor.
Radha Dastoor had within her a powerful mutant fetus that had stalled development and stayed within her as a sentient being. It had various abilities including the ability to act through its mother.
After being bombarded with a massive dose of gamma radiation while saving a young man's life during the testing of an experimental bomb, Dr. Robert Bruce Banner was transformed into the Incredible Hulk: a green behemoth who is the living personification of rage and pure physical strength.
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