X-Men appears in 12857 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 was one of Banshee's Muir Island X-Men
Amanda was one of Banshee's Muir Island X-Men
A mutant girl who was saved by Wolverine and Kitty Pryde, who was then brought to Xavier's school. She is able to project her emotions onto others. She later becomes good friends with Siryn while attending the school.
Original member. Joined in The X-Men (1963) #1
Angel Salvadore is a mutant with an insectoid physiology including insectiod wings. Once a student at Xavier's Institute, she was depowered on M-Day. She then joined the New Warriors as Tempest. She regained her mutant abilities due to the spread of the Mothervine Virus.
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.
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.
Hailing 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
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 shapeshifting mutant who gained his powers in the aftermath of AvX.
Joined in Uncanny X-Men (1981) #213
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.
Joined in New Mutants (2009) #45
Joined in Dark Avengers (2009) #8
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