Professor X appears in 6366 issues.
An extremely violent boxer turned criminal, Loki bestowed his powers upon him, and he was transformed into the Absorbing Man, granting him powers to absorb any material and take on its properties. He is the on-again-off-again husband of Titania, and an enemy of Thor and Hulk.
Charles Xavier is Professor X, head of the X-Men and founder the Xavier Institute for mutants. His telepathy makes him one of the world's strongest mutants.
Member of the Lords of Light and Darkness.
Akhenaten was an Egyptian Pharaoh circa 1300 BC who was chosen by the Celestial Order to receive a huge portion of power from the Heart of the Universe.
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.
Araki was Lord Chamberlain of the Shi'ar Imperium. A loyalist of Emperor D'Ken's line, he grudgingly served under the rule of Vulcan, preferring his rule over that of Lilandra. He was killed by Gladiator during the Kree-Shi'ar war.
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.
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.
A synthetic adaptive android designed by the Mad Thinker to combat super-heroes. Although later defecting and becoming an employee of Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg and Holliway.
Babob is a member of the Shi'ar. He helped Deathbird kidnap Lilandra.
Extra-dimensional fear monger who encountered Professor X and X-Statix.
Banshee was a mutant with a sonic scream. Born in Ireland, he pursued a career in Interpol, the X-Men, Generation X as Co-Headmaster, and founded X-Corp. He was the father of Theresa Cassidy as well as Black Tom Cassidy's cousin.
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.
When Master Mold subsumed Nimrod, the resulting robot was forced into the Siege Perilous by the X-Men. Once, a mysterious man named Bastion saw himself as humanity's last "bastion" of hope, unaware of his identity as a Sentinel.
Benny Beckley is the son of Comet Man. He is also known as the Skull, who nearly conquered the United States before being slain by Captain America.
The Beyonder is an immensely powerful extradimensional entity of disputed origin. Virtually omnipotent in his realm, the Beyonder has striven on occasion to be mankind's both greatest savior and enemy in his quests to understand human nature.
Lucas Bishop is a mutant from the 22nd century that traveled into the past, becoming a member of the X-Men, and later, the Uncanny X-Force. He has the power to channel kinetic energy, releasing it generally through beams of energy.
A mutant criminal, Sean Cassidy's cousin, and the Juggernaut's former partner.
Amanda Mueller sent agents to capture and kill Charles Xavier, when Sinister's DNA began to surface in Xavier.
The Exile's first mission was against an insane alternate reality Charles Xavier, ending with the death of founding member Magnus.
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.
Creator of the machines that hunt mutants known as the Sentinels.
The Brood took control of Xavier by planting a egg in him and under the influence, he created a new team of X-Men who were really hosts for future Broods. Xavier himself also turned in a Brood Queen.
A U.S. army sergeant who was discharged and put into jail. He later became one of the strongest members of The Wrecking Crew.
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