X-Men #129 released by Panini Comics on October 1, 2007.
Fang is an alien member of the Shi'ar Imperal Guard. He is mostly known for having his costume taken by Wolverine, whom used it for some time.
An alien who is a member of The Imperial Guard of the Shi'ar Empire. He can be considered a veteran.
Forge is a Cheyenne with natural mystical abilities and the mutant power to innately comprehend technology and build anything he can think of. He's a former love of Storm and also a former X-Men and X-Factor member. After M-day he went insane and believed dead until found and cured by Cable.
Fuego was a member of the Children of the Vault, currently deceased.
Gentle is a mutant from Wakanda sent to the X-Men. He has super strength and has vibranium tattoos to keep his power under control. He is currently enrolled at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.
Kallark, codenamed Gladiator, was once the Praetor of the Shi'ar Imperial Guard, the most faithful servant of the Shi'ar throne. After the Shi'ar-Kree War, with the apparent death of Lilandra and Vulcan, Kallark is elevated to the position of Majestor by consensus of a desperate Shi'ar populace.
Hellion is a powerful mutant telekinetic. He was a student at the Xavier Institute, leader of the Hellions squad and Emma Frost's prize pupil. Hellion lost his hands during Second Coming, received cybernetic replacements, and is currently enrolled at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.
Holocaust is the son of Apocalypse and his horseman Famine who has opposed X-Force, the X-Men, the Exiles and the Avengers. He has acted as the heir of Apocalypse, a Herald of Onslaught and even a member of the Exiles.
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.
Husk is a mutant with the ability to husk her skin to expose a new type and layer of skin underneath. Originally a member of Generation X, Paige graduated into the X-Men and is currently working at the Jean Grey Institute of Higher Learning as a Junior Faculty member.
Icarus was a mutant with feathered wings, brother to Cannonball and Husk.
He was killed in an attack by William Stryker and his men.
The youngest member of the original X-Men. Bobby is an Omega-level mutant, although it took some help from Emma Frost to realize this. Bobby's control of ice is vast; he can create shields, clones, spikes, slides and also freeze others. He currently teaches at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.
Impulse is a veteran member of the Shi'ar Imperial Guard.
Indra was a member of Alpha Squadron up until they disbanded following M-Day. He remains as a student at the Xavier Institute. He is currently enrolled at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.
Tony Stark was the arrogant son of wealthy, weapon manufacturer Howard Stark. Tony cared only about himself, but he would have a change of heart after he was kidnapped by terrorists and gravely injured. Pressured to create a weapon of mass destruction, Stark instead created a suit of armor powerful enough for him to escape. Tony uses his vast resources and intellect to make the world a better place as the invincible Iron Man. Stark's super hero identity led him to become a founding member of the Avengers.
Cain Marko, also known as the Juggernaut, is the step-brother of X-Men founder Charles Xavier and the avatar of Cyttorak. Powered by the Crimson Gem of Cyttorak, Marko is bestowed virtually limitless brute strength and durability which he mostly uses for criminal pursuits and wanton destruction. The Juggernaut is considered one of the strongest and most powerful beings on Earth.
K'Tor is the Shi'ar Vice-Chancellor. He sicked Korvus after the X-Men.
The son of an English nobleman, Ka-Zar grew up in the Savage Land alongside his loyal tiger Zabu after the death of his parents.
Karma is a mutant with the ability to mentally possess other beings. A founding member of the New Mutants, she is one of the few confirmed and openly lesbian characters. She lost a leg and now has a cybernetic one in its place.
Kitty Pryde (a.k.a. Shadowcat) is a mutant gifted with the ability to become intangible and phase her entire body through solid material. A talented prodigy, she became the poster child of the X-Men; eventually reaching maturation and becoming the team's current leader.
Former member of the Imperial Guard, who was turned into a member of the Fraternity of Raptors
Lady Deathstrike is a super-villain in the Marvel Universe and is most commonly associated with Wolverine and the X-Men.
Regan is the daughter of the original Mastermind. Originally an agent for the Hellfire Club, she joined the X-Men after being captured by Pandemic. Shortly after, she betrayed the X-Men and joined the Marauders and eventually the Sisterhood of Mutants.
Loa is a mutant with the ability to dissolve the molecular bonds of anything she touches. She also gained the ability to breathe underwater from an Atlantean Amulet that her grandmother obtained from her friend who was Namor's old girlfriend. Unfortunately for Loa, she can no longer breathe normal air.
Lucinda Guthrie is the mother of the X-Men, Husk and Cannonball.
Madelyne Pryor is Cyclops's first wife, Cable's mother, and a clone of Jean Grey created by Mr. Sinister. After Cyclops abandoned her and her son, she was tricked and seduced by demons to harness great demonic power.
Jamie Madrox, also known as Multiple Man, is a mutant with the ability to create duplicates of himself through physical contact. These "dupes" can later be reabsorbed, along with all of their memories and experiences. Madrox runs X-Factor Investigations, a mutant detective agency.
Manta is a long-standing member of the Imperial Guard, currently serving under Gladiator, the ruler of the Shi'ar empire. She perceives her environment through infrared vision, and can generate blasts of intense light, heat, and concussive force from her wings, which also allow her to fly.
Once a student at the Xavier Institute where Match was appointed squad leader of the Paragons. Match retained his powers after M-Day. He is currently enrolled at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.
Mentor is a super-intelligent member of the Shi'ar Imperial Guard, possibly an android or cyborg.
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