X-Men appears in 11612 issues.
Adam-X has the power to "flash fry" or burn the blood of an adversary once it has been oxygenated, usually done by opening a wound on them using his Thet'je blades.
A mutant teen who can turn any substance into another chemical element. He often has trouble with trolls.
Aliyah Bishop is the daughter of the X-Man Bishop and Sh'iar Royal Deathbird. So far she has only appeared in an alternate reality.
Alysande is the twin sister of Alistaire Stewart and a Brigadier in the Weird Happenings Organization, otherwise known as W.H.O.
Amanda is the former ruler of Limbo. She is also the former girlfriend of Nightcrawler from the X-Men. She has been a member of Excalibur.
Joined in The X-Men (1963) #1
Angel Salvadore was a winged mutant with an insectoid physiology. Once a student at the Xavier Institute, she became known as Angel until she lost her mutant powers on M-Day. She then joined the New Warriors as Tempest until the group disbanded. She is married to Barnell Bohusk.
The reptilian mutant known as Anole was a student at the Xavier Institute. Openly gay and leader of the Alpha Squadron, he was recently promoted to the New X-Men squad before it was disbanded and is currently a member of the Young X-Men. He is currently enrolled at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.
Reigning from the distant future of Earth #1191, Archer was a member of the X.S.E. But unhappy and feeling that his beliefs differed from the X.S.E., he became a member of the X.U.E. to be more proactive.
Joined in X-Men: Legacy (2008) #226
Joined in Astonishing X-Men (2004) #20
Arthur "Artie" Maddicks is a mute mutant telepath who communicates by telepathically projecting images. Artie is best known as the sidekick and best friend of Leech. He was depowered due to the events of M-Day.
Joined in Secret Invasion: X-Men (2008) #2
Bailey Hoskins is a mutant selected to join the X-Men but he can only use his powers once.
Joined in Giant-Size X-Men (1975) #1
Beak's mutation manifested at puberty, developing into a humanoid/avian hybrid much like the physiology found in flightless birds. He is amongst the number of mutants depowered due to the events of M-Day, his body reverting back to human form.
Joined in The X-Men (1963) #1
Bedlam, a mutant with the ability to generate a bio-electric field for a variety of effects, is a former member of X-Force and skilled in covert ops.
A human-bird hybrid Ani-Mate who escaped from 'Paradise' Island, Bird-Brain was adopted by the New Mutants. His attempts to help his fellow Ani-Mates led to the tragic death of Cypher.
Joined in Uncanny X-Men (1981) #287
Black Box, formerly known as Commcast, is a cyberpath who used to work with Cable.
A supervillain who later joined the Thunderbolts seeking redemption.
Though Blindfold has no eyes, she can see better than most. A prescient gifted with the power to foresee the future before it happens, she is now a student at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.
Bling! was a student at the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning. A young mutant in training, she eventually joined the X-Men to help them battle Apocalypse. She later was placed among the younger students and X-Men-in-Training and eventually became a fully-fledged member of the X-Men again after they relocated to Utopia. Placed alongside the other teenage mutants again, she currently studies at the Jean Grey Academy.
Joined in New Mutants (2009) #45
Joined in Dark Avengers (2009) #8
Joined in Uncanny X-Men (1981) #381
In Messiah Complex.
Callisto is the former leader of the Morlocks. Prior to M-Day, she had heightened strength and reflexes, as well as enhanced senses of sight, smell, taste, hearing, and touch.
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