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Morlocks
Callisto and the Morlocks.
Art by Jim Cheung.
Publication information
Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance Uncanny X-Men #169
Created by Chris Claremont
Paul Smith
In-story information
Base(s) formerly the Alley, New York sewer system
formerly the Hill Dimension
Selima Oasis, North Africa.
Roster
See:Membership

The Morlocks are a group of several fictional comic book mutants associated with the X-Men in the Marvel Comics universe. Created by writer Chris Claremont and artist Paul Smith, they were named after the subterranean race of the same name in H. G. Wells' novel The Time Machine. They first appeared as a group in Uncanny X-Men #169 (May 1983). (Caliban appeared prior to that (in Uncanny X-Men #148), but he was not yet a member of the Morlocks.)

Due to a series of tragedies, the original Morlocks no longer reside in subterranean New York (except Marrow, who was one of the original Morlocks as a child), although a violent splinter cell Gene Nation and a comparable group called Those Who Live in Darkness have emerged. Similar groups, called Morlocks by readers and/or the X-Men themselves, have appeared under Chicago and London.

The Morlocks appeared occasionally in the 1990s X-Men animated series and its successor X-Men: Evolution.

History[edit]

According to Callisto, she formed the Morlocks by first recruiting Caliban, and then using his power to track down other mutants who were unable to integrate into normal society. The Morlocks squatted in a network of abandoned, interconnected tunnels beneath Manhattan, which had originally been built as Cold War bomb shelters and then forgotten.[1]

The X-Men were alerted to the existence of the Morlocks when their leader Callisto kidnapped Angel and intended to make him her mate.[2] This brought Storm to challenge Callisto to a duel for leadership of the Morlocks. Storm is victorious,[1] and orders an end to their attacks on normal humans,[3] but she does not assume leadership of the Morlocks full-time. Against her wishes, several Morlocks later kidnap the child superheroes Power Pack so that they could be raised by the Morlock Annalee, who had lost her own children. When Callisto discovers what was going on, she forces Annalee to let them go. They promise to return in the future to keep her company.[4]

A majority of the Morlocks are slaughtered by Mister Sinister's Marauders in the "Mutant Massacre". Most of the survivors move on to join Gene Nation, having lived in a pocket dimension led by Mikhail Rasputin. Leech instead becomes a ward of Generation X. Other survivors include Erg and Beautiful Dreamer (whose whereabouts were unknown until "Decimation"), Thornn, (who would join X-Corporation), and Caliban.

It is later revealed that many of the Morlocks were actually failed experiments of the Dark Beast, which is why Mr. Sinister sought to destroy them.

A new group which calls itself Those Who Live in Darkness have inhabited the sewer tunnels just below the surface of Mutant Town/District X. District X writer David Hine claims to never have intended this group to have any ties to the original Morlocks.[citation needed]

Membership[edit]

Founding Members[edit]

Debuting along with the rest of the Morlocks[2] (with the exception of Caliban)[5] it was revealed[6] that Masque, Caliban, Callisto and Sunder founded the Morlocks under the streets of Manhattan.

  • Dark Beast[10] - Creator of the Morlocks. From the Age of Apocalypse and the Brotherhood. Infiltrated the X-Men for a time posing as the original Beast. Although not classed as a Morlock, he sees himself as their creator and has been called the "first one" by members of Gene Nation. He was recruited by Norman Osborn as scientist and member of Dark X-Men. Recently he gained control over Clan Akkaba and rebuilt the portal to his own dimension. There he is a member of that reality's Clan Akkaba as well.

Pre-Mutant Massacre[edit]

  • Ape[17] - Shapeshifter. Captured by the Weapon X program and sent to its Neverland concentration camp and killed[18]
  • Beautiful Dreamer[17] - Altered memories of those "recruited" as Morlocks. Believed killed in the "Mutant Massacre", but listed as alive and powered after "M-Day". Was later infused with the Legacy Virus by the Purifiers and died from the virus's effects.
  • Healer[1] - He burned himself out to heal and restore Callisto.[19]
  • Erg[17] - Electrical blaster. Erg was a painter before becoming a Morlock. He was one of the 198.[20] Joined Masque's recent incarnation. Current whereabouts unknown.
  • Jo[21] - Only appearance as a Morlock was her debut issue as Kitty Pryde's bridesmaid. Current whereabouts unknown.
  • Skids[24] - Resented because she was seen as the prettiest of the Morlocks (her force field protected her from scars and Masque's powers). She left them and became a ward of X-Factor.[25] After "M-Day", she became a follower of Apocalypse and is friends with Scalphunter. Was part of Masque's new group of Morlock Extremists, as a spy for S.H.I.E.L.D.
  • Tar Baby[17] - Secretes adhesive. Captured by the Weapon X program and sent to the Neverland concentration camp and killed[18]
  • Annalee's four children[14] - Shot by Scalphunter.[14] Only later revealed that Scalphunter was the one who killed the four children.[16]

Mutant Massacre[edit]

The "Mutant Massacre" was one of Marvel's annual crossovers events, centering on the Morlocks. The event resulted in the Marauders killing many of the Morlocks under orders of Mr. Sinister. Protected by the X-Men, X-Factor, Power Pack and Thor, only a few survived. The event spanned Uncanny X-Men #210-212, X-Factor #9-11, New Mutants #46, Thor #373-374 and Power Pack #27. Many new Morlocks debuted, although many were killed in their first appearance.

  • Berzerker[26] - An electric mutant who was formerly part of Masque's splinter group, The Tunnelers. Killed by electrocuting himself with his own powers[26]
  • Tommy[27] - A young girl capable of adopting a two-dimensional form. Shot by Scalphunter[27] after she accidentally led the Marauders to the entrance to the Morlocks' home. It was later revealed that this was Gambit's doing.

Post-Mutant Massacre[edit]

Most of the surviving Morlocks relocated themselves throughout New York City after the massacre. Few, however, returned to the Alley, their original home. There, Masque assumed leadership. Many new surviving Morlocks were introduced when Sabretooth decided to finish his original task.[29] He is stopped by a newly "upgraded" Caliban.[30] Later, a splinter group of the Morlocks is introduced. This group, led by Pixie, is attempting to escape Masque.[31]

  • Alex[31] - Alex is an amorphous, blob-like creature, able to engulf and smother others. Current whereabouts and status unknown.[32]
  • Bertram[31] - Current whereabouts and status unknown.
  • Bliss[33] - Has the power of a poisonous bite. Was a part of Masque's new group of Morlock Extremists.
  • Bouncer[33] - Mass teleporter. Current whereabouts and status unknown.
  • Ent[37] - Superhuman strength. Current whereabouts and status unknown.
  • Feral[38] - Left the Morlocks.[39] She was depowered as a result of "Decimation" but she regained her physical mutation, only to be killed by Sabretooth.
  • Hump[30] - Brute's brother. Current whereabouts and status unknown.[40]
  • Lightning Bug[41] - Killed in the "Mutant Massacre". Astral essence survived and searches out a new form to inhabit. Its essence later perished.[41][42]
  • Mole[29] - Could tunnel through solid matter. It is strongly implied that Mole was killed by Sabretooth[43][44]
  • Pester[37] - Daughter-in-law of Mother Inferior. Possessed superhuman speed and had fangs for teeth. Current whereabouts and status unknown.[46]
  • Thornn[49] - Left the Morlocks after the Great Flood.[50] Depowered as a result of "Decimation", but regained her physical mutation again.

The Hill[edit]

With Masque presumed killed, an insane Mikhail Rasputin takes over as leader of the Morlocks in Uncanny X-Men #293. As leader, he then floods the tunnels in order to destroy the remaining Morlocks. It is revealed later that he actually transported the Morlocks to another dimension dubbed the Hill, whose timeline moved faster than the main Marvel Universe. There, he set himself up as their king and forced them to fight for the right to live.

  • Marilou[52] - Killed by Mikhail Rasputin.[52]
  • Marrow[53][54] - One of the Morlocks that were transported to the Hill dimension by Mikhail Rasputin. Returned to lead a terrorist faction known as Gene Nation. Seemingly killed by Storm.[55] Revealed to have survived with the help of a second heart.[56] Formerly of the X-Men, S.H.I.E.L.D., X-Cell and the Weapon X program. Only Gene Nation member who was a real Morlock (not being born in The Hill). Depowered.
  • Monte[51] - Current whereabouts and status unknown.
  • Mikhail Rasputin[19] - Former leader of the Morlocks. Transported them to the Hill dimension. Banished himself to Kapalan.

Africa/Gene Nation[edit]

With the Morlocks presumed dead from the floods caused by Mikhail Rasputin, some of the remaining Morlocks were relocated to Selima Oasis in North Africa. When attacked by Humanity's Last Stand, an emotional backlash caused D'Gard to assume control over Storm, who relinquished her leadership role. In X-Men: Prime many of the Hill Morlocks returned to found Gene Nation. As the new group, they attacked the human oppressors of the past Morlocks under the leadership of Marrow. It is unknown whether the remaining Morlocks of Africa stayed there or relocated to New York. A few have been seen there since, as well as a few Morlocks who chose to remain in New York despite previous attempts on their lives.

  • Carver[58] - Leader of a splinter group of five Morlocks who survived the Massacre and the Flood and who still followed the old Morlock rules.
  • D'Gard[57] - Became leader of the Morlocks while in North Africa when he made Storm relinquish her leadership. Killed by Marrow as a sign of loyalty to the new Weapon X program[59]
  • Fugue[58] - Member of the splinter group of five who still follow the old Morlocks rule.
  • Revelation[60] - Revealed to have been in suspended animation around the time of Storm's becoming the Morlock leader as a result of her death-powers. Died in the Punisher's arms[61]
  • Soteira[62] - Revealed to be around at the time Storm became Morlock leader. Was the scientist that put Revelation in suspended animation. Appeared as a hologram[63] telling Wolverine and the Punisher she will die as a result of prolonged exposure to Revelation's powers
  • Ever - Member of Gene Nation and later member of Havok's Brotherhood. His body was composed of brain matter, granting him telepathic abilities.
  • Reverb - Member of Gene Nation. Can focus his mental powers psychometrically, conducting clairvoyance and psychic bursts through the walls and floor of his surroundings. Killed by Storm.
  • Membrain - Member of Gene Nation. Composed of mucous membrane, allowing him to liquify himself and flow at will, mucous has psychic properties that allow him to view distant places and stun his opponents.
  • Vessel - Member of Gene Nation. Can drain the physical and psychic residue released from the recently deceased, increasing his physical size, strength, endurance, and resistance to injury. Killed by Agent Zero.
  • Integer - Member of Dark Beast's Gene Nation. Exists in a conceptual mathematical state, making him intangible and capable of scrambling the thought patterns of others.
  • Opsidian - Member of Dark Beast's Gene Nation. Exists in a state of pure darkforce, which makes him intangible, invisible while in shadow, able to stretch in light, and allows him to cast a negative empathic effect over others

After M-Day[edit]

After M-Day, some former Morlocks who lost their powers were Angel Dust, Boost, Callisto, Delphi, Irving, Marrow, Postman, Qwerty, Shatter, Tether and the probability of Feral and Thornn. However, Feral and Thornn were later seen re-powered; but this was later to be revealed in Wolverine (vol. 3) #54-55 that only their physical mutations were restored, not their mutant powers, which led to Feral being killed by Sabretooth.

In one of Generation M's "Ex-Mutants' Diaries," Sally interviews Marrow about the Morlocks. Marrow reports that 80% of the remaining Morlocks (which was most likely already very small) are depowered now and look like humans. She states that most of them are still afraid about going out of the tunnels.

Currently, Marrow works as a watchman of the Morlocks, as she is called by the remaining ones when problems occur. She explained this status in the aftermath of thirteen depowered Morlocks murder by Ghoul.

One character commented that, post-M-Day, the chance of meeting a Morlock in the tunnels under New York is now harder than meeting an alligator in the Floridian sewers.

Some former Morlocks who actually kept their powers sought refuge at Xavier's Institute and became known as the 198. They are Beautiful Dreamer, Caliban, Erg, Leech, and Skids.

Dark Beast and Mikhail Rasputin are also still powered, though Mikhail is in Kapalan.

The Extremists[edit]

During Ed Brubaker's "The Extremists" arc, the Morlocks reappear under the leadership of Masque and now consisting of Bliss, Erg, Litterbug, Skids and a recently captured Leech. Later in this story it was revealed Skids only joined the Morlocks to spy on them on behalf of S.H.I.E.L.D.

All Current Morlocks Shown After M-Day[edit]

Powered:

  • Feral - Originally depowered on M-Day, her physical mutations were restored by Romulus for unknown reasons before she was killed by Sabretooth.
  • Masque - Current whereabouts are unknown.

Depowered:

  • Marrow - Currently a member of X-Force. She has had a simulacrum of her powers reactivated through technological means.
  • Thornn - Her physical mutations were restored by Romulus for unknown reasons. Her current whereabouts are unknown.

All Powered Former Leaders Not Currently Involved With Group:

Other groups[edit]

Chicago Morlocks[edit]

In June 2002, Marvel released a four-part limited series entitled Morlocks. In it, a small group of mutants living in the sewers of Chicago help each other to fulfill their one last wish on the surface while trying to escape the mutant-hunting Sentinels.

  • Angel Dust[66] - She ran away from home upon discovering she was a mutant, to protect her family from possible Sentinel attacks. Adrenaline gives her bursts of super-strength. Confirmed to be depowered by S.H.I.E.L.D..[67]
  • Cell[66] - Robber and gang member whose body transformed into a giant, single-celled body capable of extending pseudopods and engulfing objects which then are digested. Executed by the Sentinels.[68]
  • Electric Eve[66] - Former heroin addict and prostitute whose body produces massive amounts of electrical energy that can be extended outward in bolts of electricity. As a side-effect of her powers, the synapses in her brain short-out from time to time, incapacitating her for several minutes. Current whereabouts and status unknown.
  • Litterbug[66] - Former soldier who went AWOL upon his transformation into a giant, cockroach-like creature with massive strength, invulnerability, and a keen burrowing ability. He has difficulty speaking in this form. Member of the recent incarnation of New York Morlocks.
  • Postman[66] - Leader of the Chicago Morlocks. Can telepathically erase specific memories from targets (such as an event) or complex and deeply rooted facts or knowledge (such as gender). Depowered.
  • Shatter[66] - His body is composed of a hard crystalline material that can regenerate lost body parts over time, and also can crystallize liquids upon contact. Depowered

London Tunnel Dwellers[edit]

In Uncanny X-Men #397-398, parts 3 and 4 of the Poptopia story, a group of Morlocks living in the underground tunnels of London are introduced. They were being pursued by an agent of the Church of Humanity named Mr. Clean—a genetically engineered human who was stalking and killing mutants. This was their first and last appearance. It is unknown whether or not they survived the persecution of the Church of Humanity.

  • Burning Puddle[70] - Son of Miss Saccharine. Sweats acid. Current whereabouts and status unknown.
  • Carla[70] - Mole-like woman. Current whereabouts and status unknown.
  • Double Helix[70] - Two-headed man. Current whereabouts and status unknown.
  • Harmony[70] - Mother of Hope. Has gills. Current whereabouts and status unknown.
  • Hope[71] - Harmony's newborn baby. Current whereabouts and status unknown.
  • Miss Saccharine[70] - Elderly woman and mother of Burning Puddle whose sweat is a sugar-like substance. Current whereabouts and status unknown.

Other versions[edit]

Age of Apocalypse[edit]

In the 10th anniversary of the "Age of Apocalypse" event, which takes place after the nuclear attack in X-Men: Omega, several characters who were not in the original storyline are introduced, among them are the Morlocks which includes Feral, Leech, Marrow, Skids and Thornn among many other unnamed mutants.

The Morlocks were largely a peaceful group that refused to follow Apocalypse's regime and for that decision they were all captured and imprisoned in the Breeding Pens for gruesome experiments by Sinister and the Beast. One known Morlock member was Artemis.[72]

After the fall of Apocalypse, a trail of escaped mutants from the Breeding Pens lead the X-Men underground, they encountered a group of scared, orphaned children called the Morlocks. The X-Men offered to help bring them out of hiding in the sewers, but the Morlocks lashed out at them for fear of being locked up and thrown back into cages by the X-Men, now mutant-hunting officers of the newly restored human government. The X-Men emerged victorious and the Morlocks were brought back to the Xavier Institute where they were detained.[73]

Ultimate Marvel[edit]

The Morlocks in the Ultimate Marvel universe have a more sophisticated underground living situation that the mainstream Morlocks, including at least one mutant with energy-generating powers to provide electricity, hydroponic gardens to provide or supplement their food supply, and external air-exchange vents.

In Ultimate X-Men #80 Nightcrawler saves the Morlock named Pyro, who was outnumbered while fighting the Friends of Humanity and the police. Other members shown as of issue #82 are Caliban, Callisto, Sparks and Sunder (who was the leader). After a fight with the X-Men (who were trying to rescue Toad), the Morlocks elected Nightcrawler as their new leader. In #90 Mister Sinister finishes his 10 mutant kills at the Morlock base. His kills include Leech and Angel.

In other media[edit]

Television[edit]

  • The Morlocks appear in X-Men: The Animated Series. Its members are Annalee, Ape, Caliban, Callisto, Erg, Glowworm, Leech, Masque, Mole, Plague, Scaleface, Sunder, Tar Baby and Tommy. They first appear in "Captive Hearts" where the Morlocks captured Cyclops and Jean Grey. The X-Men led by Storm then came to get Jean and Cyclops back. In the end after a duel between Storm and Callisto, not only did the X-Men get Cyclops and Jean back, Storm also gained leadership of the Morlocks. Several of the Morlocks would have subsequent cameos outside of the sewers (an example being "Sanctuary"). They would have a major role to play in the episode "Out of the Past" and were last seen in "Have Yourself a Morlock Little X-Mas".
  • The Morlocks have appeared in the X-Men: Evolution episode "X-Treme Measures." The members of the Morlocks represented include Caliban, Callisto, Cybelle and Scaleface. The series also introduced the Morlock characters Facade (a mutant with camouflage powers), Lucid (a mutant with X-Ray vision who is voiced by Lee Tockar), and Torpid (a little mutant girl with a paralyzing touch coming from her large hands). Unlike their comic counterparts, they have no facial reconstructions as bestowed by Masque (who is not featured in this series), although some are naturally ugly due to their mutations. The Morlocks first appear attacking a beverage factory because something in the drinks is poisonous to mutants. It leaked into the tunnels, causing some of the unnamed members to fall ill. Spyke later joined them to protect the weaker Morlocks. In "Uprising," Spyke protects the Morlocks and convinces them not to stay hidden. The Morlocks later help Spyke and the X-Men fight Duncan Matthews and his friends when they start attacking mutants.

Film[edit]

  • In X2, a file named "Morlocks" appears on the desktop of Stryker's computer.

Video games[edit]

  • In the video game X-Men Legends, the X-Men must go on a mission to rescue Gambit from the Morlocks. Marrow is the leader of the militant Gene Nation. It is represented as a faction of Morlocks. Healer also plays an important part in the game as he sells health and energy potions to the player. Aside from Marrow and Healer are a substantial number of unnamed Morlock Grunts, Morlock Claws, Morlock Goths, Morlock Lieutenants, Morlock Giants, Morlock Leviathans, and Morlock Blades.

Music[edit]

  • The Northern California thrash metal band Hatchet have a song called "Morlock's Tomb" based on the characters from X-Men.

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