List of Brotherhood of Mutants members

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The Brotherhood of Mutants, also known as the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and the Brotherhood, is a team of comic book mutant supervillains in Marvel Comics' universe who are devoted to mutant superiority over normal humans. Their roster has varied and has included many powerful and dangerous mutants, and they have often been at odds with the X-Men, although on rare occasions they have worked alongside them, usually in order to overcome some greater evil. The original Brotherhood first appeared in Uncanny X-Men #4 (March 1964), and were created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.

Known members[edit]

Character Real Name Joined In Notes
Original Incarnation (Uncanny X-Men #4: 1964)
Magneto[1] Eric Lensherr Uncanny X-Men #4 Team founder and original leader. Father of Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, and Polaris. Depowered following M-Day, but repowered in Uncanny X-Men #507. Currently a member of Cyclops' faction of X-Men.
Toad[1] Mortimer Toynbee Served in many incarnations of the team as both a member and a leader. Second recruit to the original lineup. Currently serving as the janitor for the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.
Quicksilver[1] Pietro Maximoff Formerly known as Pietro Frank. Recruited third to the original lineup alongside his sister, the Scarlet Witch. Son of Magneto. Lost his powers following M-Day, but repowered in X-Factor. Current member of the X-Factor.
Scarlet Witch[1] Wanda Maximoff Formerly known as Wanda Frank. Recruited alongside her brother, Quicksilver. Daughter of Magneto. Former member of Force Works. Currently a part of the Avengers Unity Squad.
Mastermind[1] Jason Wyngarde Recruited as the fifth and final recruit of the original lineup. Former member of the Hellfire Club. Father of the second Mastermind and Lady Mastermind. Died in The Uncanny X-Men Annual #17.[2]
Blob[3] Frederick J. Dukes Amazing Adventures vol. 2 #12 (May 1972) Has been in several incarnations of the team. Depowered as a result of M-Day. Later joined X-Cell. Last seen during Fear Itself storyline
Unus the Untouchable[3] Angelo Unuscione Also known as Gunther Bain (due to a legal name change). Depowered following M-Day. Died when the Terrigen Mists restored his powers in Son of M #1.[4]
Lorelei[5] Lani Ubana The Defenders #15 (September 1974) Currently a member of the Savage Land Mutates.
Alpha the Ultimate Mutant[5] None Genetic creation of Magneto.
Vanisher[6] Telford Porter The Champions #17 Associate member. Former forced member of X-Force.
Astra[7] Unrevealed X-Men Forever #4 She was never seen as a participating member. Retconned as the first recruit. Resigned prior to the first mission. Current status and whereabouts is unknown.
Second Incarnation
Founded by Magneto.[8] Later known as the Mutant Force and the Resistants.
Burner[8] Byron Calley Captain America Annual #4 (1977) Later known as Crucible. Current whereabouts is unknown.
Lifter[8] Ned Lathrop Later known as Meteorite. Current whereabouts is unknown.
Peeper Peter Quinn Later known as Occult and later Peepers. Retained his powers following M-Day only to be killed and eaten by Predator X.[9]
Shocker[8] Randall Darby Later known as Paralyzer. Depowered following M-Day and current whereabouts is unknown.
Slither[8] Aaron Salomon Current whereabouts is unknown.
Quill[10] Unrevealed Captain America #343 (July 1988) Depowered following M-Day and current whereabouts is unknown.
Mist Mistress[11] Unrevealed Captain America #346 (October 1988) Depowered following M-Day and current whereabouts is unknown.
Think Tank[11] Marvin Flumm Known as Mentallo before and after his association with Mutant Force. Retained his powers following M-Day and current whereabouts is unknown.
Rust[12] Unrevealed Captain America #350 (February 1989) Current whereabouts is unknown.
Third Incarnation
First appeared in Uncanny X-Men #141 (January 1981). Later became known as Freedom Force. Included the veteran member Blob.
Mystique[13] Raven Darkholme Uncanny X-Men #141 (January 1981) Co-founder and team leader. Served in several incarnations. Adoptive mother of the X-Man Rogue and actual mother of the X-Man Nightcrawler. Lover of Destiny. Later worked alongside the X-Men and the Marauders. Current member.
Destiny[13] Irene Adler Co-founder and second in command to Mystique. Lover of Mystique and adoptive mother of the X-Man Rogue. Killed by Legion in The Uncanny X-Men #255. Revived by Selene in X-Necrosha #1.
Avalanche[13] Dominikos Ioannis Petrakis Co-founder and served in several incarnations. Retained his powers following M-Day and current whereabouts is unknown.
Pyro[13] St. John Allerdyce Co-founder and served in several incarnations. Died in Cable Vol.2 #87. Revived in X-Necrosha #1.
Rogue[14] Anna Marie Avengers Annual #10 (1981) Adoptive daughter of Mystique and Destiny. Later defected to the X-Men. Currently seen in Uncanny Avengers.
Blindspot[15] Unrevealed Rogue vol. 3 7 (March 2005) Retconned to have joined this incarnation. Current status and whereabouts is unknown.
Fourth Incarnation
Founded in X-Force #5 (December 1991). Included veteran members Blob, Pyro, and Toad.
Phantazia[16] Eileen Harsaw X-Force #5 (December 1991) Depowered following M-Day and driven insane. Current whereabouts is unknown.
Sauron[16] Karl Lykos Former member of the Savage Land Mutates. Retained powers following M-Day and currently in the Savage Land.
Masque[16] Unrevealed Former member of the Morlocks. Masque is apparently killed by Shatterstar.
Thornn[16] Lucia Callasantos X-Force #6 Former member of the Morlocks. Depowered in the wake of M-Day, however, her mutant form (albeit without powers) has returned.
Fifth Incarnation
Founded in X-Factor #112 (July 1995). Briefly became servants of Onslaught under the names Dark Attendants and Dark Descendants.
Dark Beast[17] Henry McCoy X-Factor #112 (July 1995) Founder and leader of this incarnation. "Beast" from the Age of Apocalypse time line, thus coming from another reality. Briefly pretended to be Beast and infiltrated the X-Men. Retained powers following M-Day. Later seen trying to help Beast reverse M-Day. Former member of the Dark X-Men.
Fatale[17] Unrevealed Used the alias Pamela Greenwood to get close to Bishop, but this is not her name. Depowered following M-Day and former member of X-Cell. Current whereabouts is unknown.
Random[18] Marshall Evan Stone III X-Factor #114 (September 1995) Associate member and revealed to only be a child. Former member of the Acolytes, which recently disbanded in X-Men: Legacy #225. Currently a resident of the mutant nation of Utopia.
Havok[19] Alexander Summers X-Factor #125 (August 1996) Defected from X-Factor to infiltrate and spy on this incarnation. Took over leadership following Dark Beast's leave. Leader of X-Factor and former field leader and member of the X-Men. Brother of the X-Man Cyclops. Former leader of the Starjammers. Later returned to the X-Men, then X-Factor. Currently a member of the Avengers Unity Squad
Ever[20] Unrevealed Uncanny X-Men #339 (December 1996) Apparently a (retconned) former member of the Gene Nation. Current status and whereabouts is unknown.
X-Man[21] Nate Grey X-Man #26 (April 1997) Like Dark Beast, he is also from the Age of Apocalypse time line. Died in X-Man #75. Returned in Dark X-Men Volume 2 #1. Currently a member of the New Mutants
Aurora[21] Jeanne-Marie Beaubier Former member of Alpha Flight and sister of the X-Man Northstar. Retained powers following M-Day. Died, but was soon brought back to life by the X-Men. Later seen in Canada when her brother rejoined the X-Men. Later joined the X-Men and rejoined Alpha Flight.
Sixth Incarnation
Founded in Uncanny X-Men #363 (January 1999). Included veteran members Blob, Pyro, and Toad. Following the departure of Professor X, they became mercenaries led by Mystique.
Professor X[22] Charles Xavier Uncanny X-Men #363 (January 1999) Founder and first leader of this incarnation. Also founder and former leader of the X-Men. Former member of the Starjammers. Current member of the Illuminati.
Mimic[22] Calvin Rankin Not a mutant, but can mimic mutant abilities. Has the powers of the original X-Men (Angel, Beast, Cyclops, Iceman, and Jean Grey). Former member of the Dark X-Men. Current member of the Jean Grey School staff..
Post[22] Kevin Tremain Was annihilated by Pyro during an assassination attempt against Senator Robert Kelly.[23]
Seventh Incarnation
Founded in X-Men #106 (November 2000). Included veteran members Avalanche, Blob, Mystique, Post, and Toad
Crimson Commando[24] Unrevealed X-Men vol. 2 #106 (November 2000) Female successor to the original Crimson Commando. Current status and whereabouts is unknown.
Sabre[24] Unrevealed Successor to the original Super Sabre. Current status and whereabouts is unknown.
Sabretooth[25] Victor Creed Uncanny X-Men #388 (December 2000) Former member of the Marauders and infiltrated the X-Men later on. Beheaded by Wolverine.[26]
Mastermind[27] Martinique Jason Cable vol. 2 #87 (January 2001) Daughter and successor of the original Mastermind (Jason Wyngarde). Retained her powers following M-Day and current member of the Sisterhood of Mutants.
Eighth Incarnation
Founded in The Brotherhood #1. This was a large organization with many independent cells. Many were never seen on page or even named.
X[28] Marvin Hoffman The Brotherhood #1 (July 2001) Co-founder and later killed by Mike Asher.
Orwell[28] Unrevealed Co-founder and later killed by X.
Fagin[28] Unrevealed Fagin could transform into a purple, spiky humanoid form with slightly enhanced strength. Later killed by Vivisector.[29]
Mike Asher[28] Michael Asher Later killed by U-Go Girl.
Oswald[28] Unrevealed Current status and whereabouts is unknown. Presumed deceased.
Marshall[30] Unrevealed The Brotherhood #2 (August 2001) Co-founder and later leaves the group. Turns against the Brotherhood, but is killed by Mike Asher.
Unnamed Colombian mutant> Unrevealed Mutant left behind for the government. Current status and whereabouts is unknown.
Marabeth[31] Unrevealed The Brotherhood #3 (September 2001) Current status and whereabouts is unknown. Presumed deceased.
Bryson Bale[32] Bryson Bale The Brotherhood #4 (October 2001) Later killed by Malcolm Reeves.
Bela[32] Thomas Morgan It is later implied he was killed by Marshal during an interrogation.
Clive Vickers[32] Clive Vickers Killed by Malon Reeves
Fiona Dunn[32] Fiona Dunn Later killed by Marshal.
Malon Reeves[33] Malon Estella Reeves The Brotherhood #5 (November 2001) Later killed by Spike.
Unnamed mutant fan of Phish Unrevealed The Brotherhood #7 (January 2002) Current status and whereabouts is unknown.
Jane Smythe/Dick Smythe[34] Jane Smythe/Dick Smythe The Brotherhood #8 (February 2002) Was known as Jane Smythe in her female form and Dick Smythe in his male form. Current status and whereabouts is unknown. Presumed deceased.
Ms. Fingers[35] Unrevealed The Brotherhood #9 (March 2002) Ms. Fingers was a squidlike mutant with the ability to teleport or become transparent. She caught Marshal by surprise in his final battle with Hoffman, as one of the last Brotherhood members loyal to Hoffman, but she was decked with a brick by Orwell.
Trois[35] Unrevealed Current status and whereabouts is unknown.
Chela[35] Unrevealed Later killed by X-Force member Phat with the excess skin from his hand.[35]
Unnamed mutant with boney protrusions Unrevealed Killed at the X-Force parade.[35]
Unnamed scaley mutant Unrevealed Killed by X-Force at the parade.[35]
Unnamed mutant with fangs Unrevealed Killed by X-Force at the parade.[35]
Ninth Incarnation
Founded in Uncanny X-Men #401 (February 2002). Included veteran members Mystique, Avalanche, Blob, and Mastermind (Martinique Jason).
Fever Pitch[36] Unrevealed Uncanny X-Men #401 (January 2002) Retained his powers following M-Day and took refuge at the Xavier Institute. Current status and whereabouts is unknown.
Tenth Incarnation
Founded in New X-Men #146 (October 2003). Included veteran member Toad.
"Magneto"/Xorn[37] Kuan-Yin Xorn New X-Men #146 (November 2003) Co-founder and leader. Impersonated Magneto and killed Jean Grey. Former X-Men until he turned on them to recreate the Brotherhood. Killed by Wolverine after killing Jean Grey. Returned shortly after M-Day as the Collective, possessing Michael Pointer.[38]
Basilisk[37] Mike Columbus Former student of the Xavier Institute and later killed by Xorn.
Beak[37] Barnell Bohusk Former member of the Exiles and former student of the Xavier Institute. Depowered following M-Day. Joined New Warriors as "Blackwing" and left once the group disbanded. Current member of the Teen Brigade.
Ernst[37] Unrevealed Currently a student at the Jean Grey School.
Esme Cuckoo[37] Esme Cuckoo Former student of the Xavier Institute and later killed by Xorn.
No-Girl[37] Martha Johansson Former student of the Xavier Institute. Recently found by Beast in the remains of the Xavier Institute.[39] Currently a Member of the The Lights.
Angel[37] Angel Salvadore Former student of the Xavier Institute. Depowered following M-Day and joined the New Warriors until they were disbanded. Current member of the Teen Brigade.
Eleventh Incarnation
Founded in X-Men #161 (November 2004). Included veteran members Avalanche and Sabretooth.
Exodus[40] Bennet du Paris X-Men #161 (November 2004) Later reformed the Acolytes only and lead them until he disbanded them in X-Men: Legacy #225. Current whereabouts is unknown.
Black Tom Cassidy[40] Thomas Samuel Eamon Cassidy Cousin of the former X-Man Banshee. Depowered following M-Day and current whereabouts is unknown.
Juggernaut[40] Cain Marko Mole working for the X-Men. Former member of the X-Men and Excalibur. Non-mutant and stepbrother to Professor X. Last seen having his mind placed in a box by Professor X in X-Men: Legacy. Current member of the Thunderbolts.
Mammomax[40] Maximus Jensen Retained powers following M-Day and took refuge at the Xavier Institute. Killed by Predator X.[41]
Nocturne[40] Talia Josephine Wagner Mole working for the X-Men. Former member of the Exiles and Excalibur. Alternate reality daughter of Nightcrawler and Scarlet Witch. Returned to the Exiles and retired with Thunderbird. Current whereabouts is unknown.
False Incarnation
According to "Cyclops" a new Brotherhood had formed. However it was a ruse created by Donald Pierce who was impersonating Cyclops.
Sunspot Roberto DaCosta Young X-Men #2 Co-founder and leader. Former member of the Hellfire Club as their Lord Imperial and former student of the Xavier Institute. Later became a mentor of the Young X-Men until they disbanded. Stayed with the X-Men in San Francisco and has recently helped recreate the New Mutants, which he is currently a part of.
Cannonball Samuel Guthrie Former member of X-Force and former student at both the Massachusetts Academy and the Xavier Institute. Current member of the X-Men and former leader of the recreated New Mutants.
Moonstar Danielle Moonstar Former member of X-Force and former student and teacher at the Xavier Institute. Later became a mentor of the Young X-Men until they disbanded. Current member of the X-Men and the leader of the New Mutants.
Magma Amara Aquilla Former member of X-Force and former student at the Xavier Institute. Current member of the New Mutants and staying in San Francisco.
Wolfsbane Rahne Sinclair Associate member only. Member of X-Factor and former student and teacher at the Xavier Institute. Former member of X-Force, later returned to X-Factor
Karma Xi'an Coy Manh Associate member only. Former student and teacher at the Xavier Institute. Former member of the recreated New Mutants. Currently a member of the X-Men.
Sisterhood of Mutants
First mentioned in Uncanny X-Men #499. This lineup consists of only females, although they were also helped by Empath in their attack against the X-Men.
Red Queen Madelyne Pryor Uncanny X-Men #499 Founder and former leader of the team. Was looking for a host body that was strong enough for her power to claim as her own. Tricked by Cyclops into a weak body, and disappeared in Uncanny X-Men #511. Identity still in question; the original Madelyne Pryor was a clone of Jean Grey, ex-wife of Cyclops, and mother of Cable.
Mastermind Martinique Jason Was approached by the Red Queen to join. Daughter of the original Mastermind and sister of Lady Mastermind. Former member of the Brotherhood of Mutants. Recently escaped with the remaining members of the team and current whereabouts is unknown.
Chimera Unrevealed Uncanny X-Men #503 Approached by the Red Queen to join. Escaped with the team and recently return as the leader of the new team of Marauders.
Spiral Rita Wayword Uncanny X-Men #504 Approached by the Red Queen to join. Former member of Freedom Force and a "Mojoworlder". Claimed leadership following the death of the Red Queen. Current whereabouts is unknown.
Lady Deathstrike Yuriko Oyama Has been reconstructed to follow the orders of Spiral and joined when she did. Former member of the Reavers and the Thunderbolts. Recently escaped with the team and currently working for The Descendants.
Lady Mastermind Regan Wyngarde Uncanny X-Men #508 Approached by the Red Queen to join. Daughter of the original Mastermind and sister of Mastermind II. Former member of both the X-Men and the Marauders. Recently escaped with the team and current whereabouts is unknown.
Psylocke Elizabeth Braddock Uncanny X-Men #509 Placed in her original Caucasian body, and brainwashed into joining by the Red Queen. Former member of the Exiles; has now rejoined the X-Men. Current member of X-Force.
Empath Manuel Alfonso Rodrigo de la Rocha Uncanny X-Men #510 Associate member only. Previously working under the Red Queen's orders in the Hellfire Cult. Although imprisoned before the gathering of the Sisterhood of Mutants, he was revealed to be helping the group's attack against the X-Men. Currently remains the X-Men's prisoner.
Thirteenth Incarnation
First appearance in miniseries Magneto: Not a Hero #1. This lineup was consist of Astra and the clones of the members of the original Brotherhood of Magneto that she created.
"Magneto"/Joseph Max Eisenhardt (clone) Magneto: Not a Hero #1 Years ago a member of the X-Men who was scarified himself to save the Earth from Magneto. Recently resurrected by Astra as a villain. Currently remains the X-Men's prisoner.
Blob Frederick J. Dukes (Clone) Clone of the original Blob created by Astra. Killed by Magneto in Magneto: Not a Hero #4.
Mastermind Jason Wyngarde (Clone) Clone of the original Mastermind created by Astra. Killed by Magneto in Magneto: Not a Hero #4.
Toad Mortimer Toynbee (Clone) Clone of the original Toad created by Astra. Killed by Magneto in Magneto: Not a Hero #3.
Scarlet Witch Wanda Maximoff (Clone) Clone of the original Scarlet Witch created by Astra. Killed by Magneto in Magneto: Not a Hero #3.
Quicksilver Pietro Maximoff (Clone) Clone of the original Quicksilver created by Astra. Killed by Magneto in Magneto: Not a Hero #3.
Fourteenth Incarnation
First appearance in series Uncanny X-Force #26. Included the veteran members Mystique and Sabretooth.
Shadow King Amahl Farouk Uncanny X-Force #26 Farouk was a telepath who confronted Xavier years ago and lost his body, becoming a psychic form of life. Psylocke caged him for years in her mind. He informed Daken about Wolverine's X-Force and helped him found the new Brotherhood to destroy them. He is defeated in battle by Psylocke and his psychic form is imprisoned in the vegetative body of Omega White.
Skinless Man Unknown Weapon III of the Weapon Plus project. The Skinless Man had his skin removed by Fantomex and thus despises him. He joined the Brotherhood to complete his revenge against his nemesis. He was killed by Deadpool in Uncanny X-Force #34.
Daken Akihiro Uncanny X-Force #27 Daken is the mutant son of Wolverine and his deceased wife Itsu. He possesses superhuman abilities similar to his father (e.g., healing factor, retractable claws), and was member of the Dark Avengers under the name Wolverine. He was depowered and believed dead, but has returned alive and fully powered. He is presumably drowned by Wolverine in Uncanny X-Force #34.
AoA Blob Frederick Dukes In the AoA Universe, Blob was a guinea pig of Dark Beast and later was a member of the Sinister Six. Years later, as a member of the Black Legion, he murdered Linda, AoA Nightcrawler's wife. He escaped to the 616 reality. Killed by AoA Nightcrawler in Uncanny X-Force #33.
Omega Red Unknown One of the three "clones" of Omega Red created by White Sky, a secret organization that creates custom hit-men. They programmed to hate the X-Force, as they believe that Wolverine, Deadpool and AoA Nightcrawler killed their parents. He possesses tentacles housed within his arms like the original Omega Red. Killed (presumably by Wolverine) in Uncanny X-Force #33.
Omega Black Unknown One of the three "clones" of Omega Red created by White Sky, a secret organization that creates custom hit-men. They programmed to hate the X-Force, as they believe that Wolverine, Deadpool and AoA Nightcrawler killed their parents. She possesses five tentacles in her chest that fill the foe with diseases.
Omega White Unknown One of the three "clones" of Omega Red created by White Sky, a secret organization that creates custom hit-men. They programmed to hate the X-Force, as they believe that Wolverine, Deadpool and AoA Nightcrawler killed their parents. He possesses the ability of create psychic tentacles that drain life force from others. His artificial mind is erased by Psylocke and his body is subsequently used to imprison the Shadow King in Uncanny X-Force #34.
Fifteenth Incarnation
First appearance in series All New X-Men #9. Included the veteran members Mystique, Sabretooth and Blob, as well as Lady Mastermind. By using Lady Mastermind's illusions, they commit numerous heists to incriminate the original X-Men, who had recently been brought through time to the present by Beast. Mystique and the Brotherhood later dominated Madripoor and began to build her "Mutant Utopia" in the island nation.
Silver Samurai Shingen "Shin" Harada Wolverine and the X-Men #20 The son of Kenuichio Harada, the original Silver Samurai. Joined Mystique initially to track down newly awakened mutants to join her cause.
Future Brotherhood of Mutants
First appearance in one-shot X-Men: Battle of the Atom #1. Came to the present pretending to be the Future X-Men and trying to send the original X-Men back to their time, until being revealed as impostors by the real Future X-Men.
Xorn Jean Grey X-Men: Battle of the Atom #1 The future version of Jean Grey in case she never returned to her time. Had to wear Xorn's mask to contain her intense psychic powers. Died after her powers overcame her physical strength. Revealed to be alive in All-New X-Men #27.
Raze X-Men: Battle of the Atom #1 The son of Wolverine and Mystique, from whom he inherited his claws and shapeshifting powers. Pretended to be Kitty Pryde (from the Days of Future Past future) before revealing his real identity.
Professor X Charles Xavier II X-Men: Battle of the Atom #1 The alleged grandson of Charles Xavier, also known as Professor X. Gets paralyzed from the waist down after being stabbed by the future version of Colossus with Magik's Soulsword. Revealed to be the future son of Mystique and Professor Charles Xavier.
Beast Henry "Hank" McCoy X-Men: Battle of the Atom #1 The future version of Beast, with a scarier appearance including a horn. Killed by a Sentinel. Revealed to be alive in All-New X-Men # 27.
Bruiser Molly Hayes X-Men: Battle of the Atom #1 The future version of Molly Hayes, from the Runaways.
Deadpool Wade Wilson X-Men: Battle of the Atom #1 The future version of Deadpool. Killed in battle against Magik and the future version of Colossus. Revealed to be alive in All-New X-Men #27.
Ice Thing "Robert 'Bobby' Drake" X-Men: Battle of the Atom #1 A sentient ice being created by the future version of Iceman.
Sisterhood - Second Incarnation
First appearance in series X-Men (Vol.4) #7. Includes veteran members Lady Deathstrike (whose consciousness was downloaded into the body and mind of Ana Cortes, a mobbed-up rich girl from Colombia, and shares the body with Ana's own consciousness) and Madelyne Pryor (revived by Arkea and the Enchantress). The second incarnation of the Sisterhood banded together to retrieve living samples of Arkea, a technological virus related to John Sublime.
Typhoid Mary Mary Walker X-Men (vol. 4) #7 Invited by Lady Deathstrike to join her Sisterhood in exchange for a way to merge her multiple personalities into one.
Enchantress Amora X-Men (vol. 4) #8 Invited by Lady Deathstrike to join her Sisterhood in exchange for a way to have her powers restored.
Arkea X-Men (vol. 4) #9 A sentient alien technological bacterium, reanimated in the body of Lady Deathstrike's associate Reiko. Joined the Sisterhood (and later became the leader of the team) to get revenge against her brother Sublime and the X-Men. Killed in battle against Storm's X-Men team.
Black Queen Selene Gallio X-Men (vol. 4) #11 Former member of the Inner Circle of the Hellfire Club. Revived by the Enchantress and invited to join Arkea's Sisterhood.

Other versions[edit]

House of M Brotherhood[edit]

Since the rise of Mutants in this alternate version of Earth, most human officers were phased out (similar to what happened to S.H.I.E.L.D.), with the exception of Sam Wilson. A mutant strikeforce known as the Brotherhood is also implemented to take down organized crime. Among its members are:

AoA Brotherhood lineup[edit]

The Brotherhood of Mutants is referred to as the "Brotherhood of Chaos." Among its members are:

Ultimate Brotherhood lineup[edit]

Among the members of the Ultimate Marvel Universe's version of the Brotherhood of Mutants are:

Former members[edit]

Animal Evolutionaries[edit]

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