List of X-Men members

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Members of the various X-Men teams

The X-Men are a team of mutant superheroes, published in comic books by Marvel Comics.

Notation:

  • Characters in bold are members of the team as of 2016.
  • A slash (/) between names indicates codenames of one character, in chronological order.

X-Men[edit]

Original team (1963)[edit]

Character Real name Joined in Notes
Professor X Professor Charles Francis Xavier The X-Men, vol. 1 #42 (1968, backup story) (in flashback) Xavier founded the X-Men and was the original headmaster of the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning.[1]

Deceased: Killed by Phoenix Force possessed Cyclops in Avengers vs. X-Men #11 (2012).

Powers: World's most powerful telepath, capable of astral projection, mind control, illusion casting, memory manipulation, psychic blasts, and sensing the presence of nearby mutants.

Cyclops Scott Summers Xavier's first recruit and often the group's field leader. Former headmaster of the Xavier Institute, the former leader of the original X-Factor,[2] and the current leader of an offshoot X-Men team. He also formerly led the X-Men's X-Force squad.[3] He is the ex-husband of Madelyne Pryor (clone of Jean Grey) and the widower of Jean Grey. Declared deceased, but the circumstances surrounding his death are still unknown.[4]

Last seen in Uncanny X-Men #600 (2015).

Powers: Projects a beam of ruby-colored concussive force from his eyes, which act as interdimensional apertures between this universe and another.

Time-Displaced Version: A time-displaced version of Cyclops was taken from his appearance in The X-Men, vol. 1 #8 (1964) and brought to the present by Beast along with the rest of the Original Five X-Men in All-New X-Men #1 (2012). This version is currently trapped in the present and at the New Xavier School for Mutants, after spending some time in space with his father Corsair and the Starjammers.

Currently seen in All-New X-Men vol. 2.

Powers: Same as above.

Iceman Robert Louis "Bobby" Drake The X-Men, vol. 1 #46 (1968, backup story) (flashback) Second and youngest member of the original team. Former member of the Champions, the Defenders, and X-Factor. Currently a senior staff member at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.

Currently seen in Extraordinary X-Men.

Powers: Generates freezing temperatures to create and manipulate ice. Can transform his body into ice.

Time-Displaced Version: See above (Time-Displaced Cyclops). This version is currently trapped in the present and at the New Xavier School for Mutants.

Currently seen in All-New X-Men vol. 2.

Powers: Generates freezing temperatures to create and manipulate ice.

Angel/Archangel Warren Kenneth Worthington III The X-Men, vol. 1 #56 (1969, backup story) (flashback) Third original team member and the only one to have acted as a costumed hero before joining the X-Men. Former member of the Champions, the Defenders, X-Factor, and X-Force.

Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men vol. 4.

Powers: Makes use of the large, feathered wings on his back for natural flight. Also has eagle-like vision and blood with regenerative properties. Can formerly transform into a blue-skinned form with metallic, techno-organic wings, sharp metallic claws, and enhanced physical abilities. Currently can shoot light beams from his hands.

Time-Displaced Version: See above (Time-Displaced Cyclops). This version is currently trapped in the present and at the New Xavier School for Mutants.

Currently seen in All-New X-Men vol. 2.

Powers: Makes use of the large, feathered wings on his back for natural flight.

Beast Dr. Henry Philip "Hank" McCoy The X-Men, vol. 1 #53 (1969, backup story) (flashback) Original team's other scientist. Former member of the Avengers, the Defenders, and X-Factor and currently is an agent of S.W.O.R.D. and the Illuminati. Former vice principal at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning. Currently the only mutant among a squad of Inhumans.

Currently seen in The Uncanny Inhumans.

Powers: Has superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, reflexes, and durability. His former feline-like form gave him night vision, minor pheromone control, enhanced senses and claws.

Time-Displaced Version: See above (Time-Displaced Cyclops). This version is currently trapped in the present and at the New Xavier School for Mutants.

Currently seen in All-New X-Men vol. 2.

Powers: Has superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, reflexes, and durability.

Marvel Girl/Phoenix Jean Grey-Summers The X-Men, vol. 1 #1 (1963) Fifth and final of the team's founding members, although she had met Xavier before the others. Left the team in X-Men vol.1 #94. Rejoins at the end of the Muir Island Saga, X-Factor vol. 1 #70. Wife of Scott Summers. She was killed by Kuan-Yin Xorn in New X-Men, vol. 1 #150 (2004) and was later resurrected by the Phoenix Force in X-Men: Phoenix – Endsong (2005) as White Phoenix of the Crown.

Currently in the "White-Hot Room" with other incarnations of the Phoenix Force.

Powers: Possesses telekinesis and telepathy. As the template of the Phoenix Force, she is able to generate unlimited amounts of energy, travel through time-space, and manipulate matter on a subatomic level.

Time-Displaced Version: See above (Time-Displaced Cyclops). This version is currently trapped in the present and at the New Xavier School for Mutants.

Currently seen in Extraordinary X-Men.

Powers: Possesses telekinesis and telepathy, and the ability to combine the two skills to greatly enhance them.

20th century recruits (1966–1999)[edit]

Character Real name Joined in Notes
1960s recruits
Mimic Calvin Montgomery Rankin The X-Men, vol. 1 #27 (1966) Blackmailed his way to the X-Men's house. He stole their powers, used them against the team, and kidnapped Jean. When he tried to enhance his powers with his dead father's machine, he lost them. Professor X then erased his memory. Former member of Norman Osborn's X-Men. Rejoined to help his friend Weapon Omega.

Last seen in X-Men: Legacy #275 (2014).

Powers: Copies other mutants' powers and abilities, sometimes permanently. Retains the original five X-Men's powers indefinitely.

Changeling Kevin Sydney The X-Men, vol. 1 #40 (1968)
(as Professor X)
Member of the villainous Factor Three before he secretly joined the X-Men, known only to Professor X and Jean Grey. He impersonated Professor X at Xavier's request in The X-Men, vol. 1 #40 (1968) (behind the scenes). Given the name Morph in several alternate dimensions.

Deceased: Died impersonating Xavier in The X-Men, vol. 1 #42 (1968), making him the first X-Man to die.

Powers: Shapeshifter able to assume other humanoid forms; a latent telepath.

Magnetrix/Polaris Lorna Dane The X-Men, vol. 1 #60 (1969) as Lorna Dane Polaris is Magneto's daughter. Officially recruited into the team by Professor X in "The X-Men" Vol. 1 #65. Active as Magnetrix in X-Men: The Hidden Years #3 (2000) and as Polaris in X-Men, vol. 1 #97 (1976). She lost her powers on M-Day, but they were restored technologically by Apocalypse. Occasional girlfriend of Havok. Former member of the Acolytes, the Muir Island X-Men, Starjammers, and X-Factor Investigations. Currently leads a new corporate X-Factor.

Last seen in Uncanny X-Men #600 (2015).

Powers: Generates magnetic fields to manipulate metal, induce flight, create force fields, and harness energy blasts.

Havok Alexander Summers The X-Men, vol. 1 #65 (1970) Alex is Cyclops' and Vulcan's brother. Officially recruited into the team by Professor X in "The X-Men" Vol. 1 #65. Occasional boyfriend of Polaris and is the former leader of X-Factor and Starjammers. He was the former leader of Uncanny Avengers.

Last seen in Uncanny X-Men #600 (2015).

Powers: Generates plasma blasts and absorbs cosmic energy.

1970s recruits (2006 retcon and 1975)
Petra X-Men: Deadly Genesis #4 (2006) (retcon) Retconned member. Student of Moira MacTaggert who joined the X-Men for Xavier's first, secret attempt to save the original X-Men from Krakoa.

Deceased: Killed in action in X-Men: Deadly Genesis #6 (2006) (flashback), though not before saving the lives of teammates Vulcan and Darwin.

Powers: Earth manipulation; can also change the composition of raw minerals.

Sway Suzanne Chan Retconned member. MacTaggert student who participated in the first attempt to save the original X-Men.

Deceased: Killed in action in X-Men: Deadly Genesis #6 (2006) (flashback).

Powers: Time control, as well as a form of retrocognitive projection.

Darwin Armando Muñoz Retconned member. MacTaggert student who participated in the first attempt to save the original X-Men. Missing in action until brought out of suspended animation by the mutant energy released on M-Day. The only member of this X-Men incarnation to later rejoin the team.

Last seen in X-Factor #242 (2012).

Powers: Constant reactive evolution.

Vulcan Gabriel Summers Retconned member and brother of Cyclops and Havok. MacTaggert student who participated in the first attempt to save the original X-Men. MIA until brought out of suspended animation by the M-Day mutant energy release. Attacked the X-Men before leaving earth to attack the Shi'ar Empire and eventually marrying Deathbird and becoming Shi'ar emperor.

Deceased: Killed battling Black Bolt in War of Kings #6 (2009).

Powers: Capable of manipulating different types of energy on a vast scale, including mutant energies. Can survive in the vacuum of space and can fly.

Nightcrawler Kurt Wagner Giant-Size X-Men #1 (1975) Son of Mystique. Former leader of Excalibur and a former Catholic priest.

Currently seen in Extraordinary X-Men.

Powers: Neomorphic physiology grants him a prehensile tail, blue fur, invisibility in shadows, night vision, and wall-crawling. Possesses line-of-sight teleportation.

Wolverine James "Logan" Howlett Nicknamed Logan. Former member of the US Army, Team X, Alpha Flight, Department H, Department K, the Defenders, the X-Men and the Avengers. Former Headmaster of the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.

Deceased: Suffocated in molten adamantium in Death of Wolverine #4 (2014).

Powers: Healing factor (regeneration of tissue, immunity to virtually all toxins and pathogens, slowed aging process), enhanced senses, and retractable bone claws. Has the indestructible metal adamantium bonded to his skeleton, allowing enhanced physical attributes and sharp adamantium claws.

Banshee Sean Cassidy Former agent of Interpol, mind-controlled operative of Factor Three, co-headmaster of Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters, and leader of X-Corps. Father of Siryn. Killed by Vulcan in X-Men: Deadly Genesis #2 (2006). Resurrected by the Apocalypse Twins as a new horseman of death.

Last seen in Uncanny Avengers #23 (2014).

Powers: Sonic scream, flight, enhanced hearing.

Storm Ororo Monroe (formerly Iqadi T'Challa-Wakandas) Second field leader and longtime leader of the team. Formerly married to T'Challa, the Black Panther, now divorced. Former member of the Fantastic Four. Current Headmistress of the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.

Currently seen in Extraordinary X-Men.

Powers: Weather manipulation (lightning bolts, wind, rain, etc.) and flight by "riding" wind currents.

Sunfire Shiro Yoshida Quit in X-Men, vol. 1 #94 (1975) after only one mission, remained an ally for years afterward. Confirmed depowered in New Avengers (2006), but regained his powers when he was transformed into Apocalypse's Horseman Famine. Body destroyed while fighting Kang, and now exists as living cosmic fire, giving him the appearance of his AoA counterpart.

Currently seen in Extraordinary X-Men.

Powers: Generation of nuclear fire, flight by jet propulsion, absorption of and immunity to various kinds of radiation.

Colossus Piotr Nikolaievitch "Peter" Rasputin Brother of Magik. Longtime romantic interest of Shadowcat. Former member of the Acolytes and Excalibur. Died while releasing a cure for the Legacy Virus in Uncanny X-Men #390 (2001). Revealed in Astonishing X-Men, vol. 3 #4 (2004) that Colossus was later restored to life by Ord.

Currently seen in Extraordinary X-Men.

Powers: Transforms into living organic metal form, granting superhuman strength and near-invulnerability. Can survive without oxygen or sustenance for long periods while in this form.

Thunderbird John Proudstar His younger brother, James Proudstar, a.k.a. Warpath, is a member of the X-Men.

Deceased: Killed while attempting to stop Count Nefaria in X-Men, vol. 1 #95 (1975). Temporarily resurrected by Eli Bard using a form of the T-O Virus.

Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, and durability.

1980s recruits (1980–1989)
Sprite/Ariel/Shadowcat Katherine Anne "Kitty" Pryde X-Men, vol. 1 #138 (1980) as Kitty Pryde Active as Sprite in X-Men, vol. 1 #139 (1980); active as Ariel in Marvel Graphic Novel #5 (1982); active as Shadowcat in Kitty Pryde & Wolverine #5 (1985). Former member of Excalibur. Former Headmistress of the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning. Currently a member of the Guardians of the Galaxy

Currently seen in Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 4.

Powers: Can pass through solid matter ("phasing"), also allowing her to disrupt electronics and walk on air.

Lockheed Uncanny X-Men #168 (1983) Extraterrestrial dragon exiled on Earth. Formerly a member of Excalibur and currently an agent of S.W.O.R.D. Close ally of Shadowcat. Worked with Lockjaw and other non-humanoid beings to track down the Infinity Gems.

Last seen in Uncanny X-Men #600 (2015).

Powers: Flight, empathy, and fire-breathing. Able to speak several languages, including English. Has shown telepathic resistance and telepathic connection with his owner, Shadowcat.

Rogue Anna Marie Uncanny X-Men #171 (1983) Has served as a field leader. Once had the powers and memories of Ms. Marvel. Forced to absorb Sunfire's abilities permanently in Rogue, vol. 3 #11 (2005). Lost those abilities when cleared of all added personalities in New X-Men, vol. 2 #46 (2008). Former member of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. On-and-off girlfriend of Gambit. Used to be a senior staff member at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.

Currently seen in Uncanny Avengers vol. 3.

Powers: Absorbs powers, memories, and personalities through skin-to-skin contact. Prolonged contact with others can cause her to permanently absorb their traits and potentially kill them.

Phoenix/Marvel Girl Rachel Anne Grey Uncanny X-Men #193 (1985) Daughter of Jean Grey and Cyclops from an alternate future that may never come to exist. Active as Phoenix in Uncanny X-Men Annual #9 (1985) and as Marvel Girl in Uncanny X-Men #444 (2004). Previous member of the Starjammers. Currently a senior staff member at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.

Last seen in Civil War II: X-Men #3 (2016).

Powers: Telekinesis and telepathy.

Magneto Max "Magnus" Eisenhardt (alias: Erik Lehnsherr) Uncanny X-Men #200 (1985) The team's longtime enemy was briefly "redeemed" and appointed leader of the X-Men and their junior team, the New Mutants; became headmaster of the Xavier Institute in Uncanny X-Men #200 (1985). Lost his powers on M-Day, as confirmed in House of M #8 (2005), but regained them through the High Evolutionary's experimentation.

Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men vol. 4.

Powers: Generates and controls magnetic fields for manipulating metal, flight, force fields, electrical bolts, and electromagnetic radiation.

Longshot Uncanny X-Men Annual #10 (1987) A warrior from the Mojoverse; not a mutant, but a genetically engineered organism. Quit in Uncanny X-Men #248 (1989). Longtime on-and-off boyfriend of Dazzler. Former member of the Exiles and X-Factor Investigations.

Last seen in All-New X-Factor #20 (2015).

Powers: Incredible "luck" through subconscious manipulation of probability fields; enhanced strength and agility, advanced healing capabilities, and psychometry.

Psylocke Elizabeth "Betsy" Braddock Uncanny X-Men #213 (1987) Twin sister of Captain Britain, a.k.a. Brian Braddock. Has served as a field leader. Killed by Vargas in X-Treme X-Men #2 (2001). Returned in Uncanny X-Men #455 (2005). Originally Caucasian, but the Hand switched her body with the Asian Revanche, which changed and expanded her powers. Exchanged powers with Jean Grey through unexplained means. Briefly abducted by Madelyne Pryor and brainwashed as a member of the Sisterhood of Mutants. Former member of the Exiles.

Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men vol. 4.

Powers: Telekinesis, telekinetic katana, telepathy, psychic knife, immunity to most physical or mental alteration.

Dazzler Alison Blaire Uncanny X-Men #214 (1987) Popular singer and public mutant. Went through the Siege Perilous when the team disbanded in Uncanny X-Men #251 (1989). Formerly a member of Excalibur. Longtime on-and-off girlfriend of Longshot. Former member of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Currently seen in A-Force vol. 2.

Powers: Converts sonic energy into various forms of light, including laser-like beams, brilliant flashes, and holograms.

Forge Uncanny X-Men #255 (1989) Quit in Uncanny X-Men #290 (1992). Former leader of X-Factor and member of X-Force.

Currently seen in Extraordinary X-Men.

Powers: Superhuman invention skill allows for intuitive knowledge of how to construct and understand anything of a mechanical nature; limited magical abilities. Right hand and leg replaced by advanced mechanical prosthetic limbs.

1990s recruits (1990–1999)
Gambit Rémy LeBeau Uncanny X-Men Annual #14 (1990) Former thief who served as field leader. Infiltrated Apocalypse's Horsemen in X-Men, vol. 2 #184 and then Mister Sinister's Marauders. On-and-off boyfriend of Rogue. His primary weapons are cards, and his secondary weapon is his bo staff. Formerly a senior staff member at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.

Currently seen in Deadpool V. Gambit.

Powers: Charges inanimate objects with explosive kinetic energy; enhanced agility and hypnotic charm.

Jubilee Jubilation Lee Uncanny X-Men #258 (1990) Ran away from home to live in a mall, where she discovered her powers. Joined the X-Men after saving Wolverine's life. Former member of Generation X and X-Corps. After being depowered on M-Day,[5] she served on Donyell Taylor's New Warriors team with the codename Wondra and technology-based powers. Transformed into a vampire by Xarus, son of Dracula. Adoptive mother to a son, Shogo.

Last seen in Uncanny X-Men #600 (2015).

Powers: Currently possesses the powers and abilities of an average vampire. Formerly could project and control explosive plasmoids, and possessed superhuman strength and flight through advanced technology.

Bishop Lucas Bishop Uncanny X-Men #287 (1992) Police officer from an alternate future. Left the X-Men to join O*N*E. Formerly one of Iron Man's pro-registration forces guarding the Negative Zone prison. Betrayed the X-Men to kill Hope Summers as he believed her to be an anti-messiah. Repented in the far future where he was stranded, before returning.

Last seen in Uncanny X-Force #17 (2014).

Powers: Can absorb most forms of energy (light, heat, electricity, etc.) and channel it into blasts or convert it into enhanced strength. Has a bionic arm with enhanced strength, retractable pincers, and time-traveling capabilities.

Revanche Kwannon X-Men, vol. 2 #21 (1993) Former assassin who switched bodies with Psylocke.

Deceased: Died from the Legacy Virus in X-Men, vol. 2 #32 (1994).

Powers: Telepathy, psychic blades, minor empathy.

Cannonball Samuel Zachary Guthrie X-Force, vol. 1 #44 (1995) Joined X-Men in Uncanny X-Men #323 (1995). Former member and field leader of the original New Mutants and X-Force. First member of an affiliated team to graduate to permanent status with the X-Men. Former leader of his own X-Men squad, the New Mutants, and teacher and junior staff member at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning. Current Avenger.

Currently seen in New Avengers vol. 4.

Powers: Body expels thermochemical energy to create a personal force field, which can be focused as explosive thrust for flight and kinetic blasts.

Joseph Joseph Uncanny X-Men #338 (1996) Clone of Magneto. Formerly deceased, sacrificing himself to fix the Earth's magnetic poles. Resurrected by Astra.

Last seen in Magneto: Not a Hero #4 (2012).

Powers: Generates and controls magnetic fields for manipulating metal, flight, force fields, electrical bolts, and electromagnetic radiation.

Dr. Cecilia Reyes Cecilia Reyes X-Men, vol. 2 #70 (1997) Surgeon who was exposed as a mutant during Operation: Zero Tolerance and reluctantly joined the X-Men. Was imprisoned in the Neverland Concentration Camp in Weapon X, vol. 2 #5 (2003). Was considered missing by both the X-Men and O*N*E, despite the liberation of the death camp, until her appearance in Uncanny X-Men #522 (2010).

Last seen in X-Men, vol. 4 #22 (2014).

Powers: Generates a defensive psioplasmic bio-field, which can also be used offensively.

Marrow Sarah "Rushman" Apparently left the team after losing control of her mutation during the six-month gap between Uncanny X-Men #380 (2000) and X-Men, vol. 1 #100 (2000). Depowered on M-Day. Powers mysteriously returned prior to X-Force, vol. 4 #1.

Last seen in X-Force #15 (2015).

Powers: Currently has bones sticking out of her body. Formerly able to generate weapons and armor from her skeletal structure. Also possessed a healing factor, enhanced strength and agility, and two hearts.

Maggott Japheth South African mutant who met and joined the X-Men while searching for Magneto. Was resurrected during the Necrosha storyline and has been seen amongst the crowd of mutants during Cyclops' address to the world on behalf of mutantkind.[6]

Last seen in Uncanny X-Men #600 (2015).

Powers: Digestive system made up of twin maggot-like creatures, which can be released from his body to act independently and can eat through most forms of matter. Also possesses psychometric abilities.

2000s recruits[edit]

Character Real name Joined in Notes
Thunderbird Neal Shaara X-Men Unlimited #27 (2000) First seen as an X-Men member in X-Men, vol. 2 #100 (2000). Quit in X-Treme X-Men #19. Retained his powers after M-Day.

Last seen in Marvel Digital Holiday Special (2008).

Powers: Generates plasma blasts, which can also be used for flight.

Cable Nathan Christopher Charles Summers Uncanny X-Men #381 (2000) Son of Cyclops and Madelyne Pryor who traveled to an alternate future as a baby and returned as an adult. Former New Mutants mentor and member of the original X-Force. Adoptive father of Hope Summers.

Currently seen in Uncanny Avengers vol. 3.

Powers: Telekinesis, telepathy; techno-organic material on left side of body, along with advanced technological functions.

Mirage/Moonstar Danielle Moonstar X-Men, vol. 2 #102 (2000) Formerly codenamed Psyche, Mirage, and then Moonstar when active with the original New Mutants and X-Force. Active as Moonstar and sometimes Mirage[7][8] with the X-Men, including the New Mutants squad, which she later led. Depowered on M-Day in House of M #8 (2005).

Last seen in Fearless Defenders #12 (2013).

Powers: Formerly capable of casting mental illusions, communicating with animals, and sensing upcoming death.

Sage Tessa X-Men, vol. 2 #109 (2000) as Tessa Had been working with Professor X off-panel since before The X-Men, vol. 1 #1. Spied on the Hellfire Club for several years. Active as Sage in X-Men, vol. 2 #109. Quit in Uncanny X-Men #454. Former member of Excalibur and the Exiles.

Last seen in X-Treme X-Men, vol. 2 #13 (2013).

Powers: Computer-like brain, telepathy; can detect mutant signatures, as well as trigger latent mutations.

White Queen Emma Grace Frost New X-Men #116 (2001) Former headmistress of the Massachusetts Academy, Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters, and the Xavier Institute. Former White Queen of the Hellfire Club's Inner Circle. Ex-member of Norman Osborn's X-Men, as well as his Cabal.

Last seen in Uncanny X-Men #600 (2015).

Powers: Telepathy; can transform into an organic diamond form.

Xorn Kuan-Yin Xorn New X-Men Annual 2001 Exact nature and identity not fully known. Considered dead in New X-Men, vol. 1 #150 (2004) but came back as part of the Collective in New Avengers #16 (2006).

Last seen in New Avengers #20 (2006).

Powers: Possessed a star in his head giving various powers such as healing and manipulation of electromagnetic waves and gravity.

Chamber Jonothon Evan "Jono" Starsmore Uncanny X-Men #398 (2001) Former member of Generation X. Depowered on M-Day, as confirmed in Generation M #1 (2006); some powers restored by Clan Akkaba who revealed he is a descendant of Apocalypse. Former member of the New Warriors as Decibel with technology-based powers. Original mutant powers restored during the Age of X reality warp. A former junior staff member at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.

Last seen in X-Men: Legacy, vol. 2 #24 (2014).

Powers: Psionic powers, including energy blasts; minor telepathy.

Stacy X Miranda Leevald Uncanny X-Men #400 (2001) Former prostitute who joined the X-Men. Quit in Uncanny X-Men #422 (2003). Depowered on M-Day, as confirmed in Generation M #2 (2006). Joined the New Warriors team as Ripcord and was presumed killed in action;[9] however, she has since resurfaced with original powers and appearance.[10]

Last seen in Vengeance #1 (2011).

Powers: Used technology that granted wall-crawling and enhanced jumping abilities, retractable metal coils, and flight. Original mutant powers of snake-like skin and pheromone control.

Lifeguard Heather Cameron X-Treme X-Men #10 (2002) Sister of Slipstream. Half Shi'ar. Lover of Neal Shaara. Quit the X-Men in X-Treme X-Men #19 (2002). Retained her powers on M-Day.

Last seen in Uncanny X-Men.

Powers: Instinctive adaptive powers; permanently has golden skin, wings, and claws.

Slipstream Davis Cameron Brother of Lifeguard. Half Shi'ar. Was a latent mutant whose powers were jump-started by Sage so he could save his sister and Gambit. Quit the X-Men in X-Treme X-Men #18 (2002). Depowered on M-Day.

Last seen in X-Treme X-Men #18 (2002).

Powers: Formerly had teleportation focused through a special surfboard.

Northstar Jean-Paul Beaubier Uncanny X-Men #414 (2002) First openly gay member of the X-Men. Twin brother of Aurora and former member of Alpha Flight. Removed from X-Men duty in X-Men, vol. 2 #157 (2004) by Cyclops. Killed by a brainwashed Wolverine in Wolverine, vol. 3 #25 (2005). Resurrected by HYDRA in Wolverine, vol. 3 #26 (2005). Later brainwashed by the Children of the Vault, but restored by Rogue's X-Men team. Rejoined the X-Men in Uncanny X-Men #508 (2009).

Last seen in Uncanny X-Men #600 (2015).

Powers: Superhuman speed, flight, and projection of brilliant flashes of light.

Husk Paige Elizabeth Guthrie Uncanny X-Men #423 (2003) Former member of Generation X. Cannonball's sister. Formerly Archangel's girlfriend. Former junior staff member at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning and at the Hellfire Academy.

Last seen in Uncanny X-Men #600 (2015).

Powers: Changes physical composition of body by shedding skin.

Juggernaut Cain Marko Uncanny X-Men #425 (2003) Professor Xavier's superpowered human stepbrother; formerly a villain. After leaving the X-Men, was briefly a member of Excalibur.

Last seen in Uncanny X-Men #600 (2015).

Powers: Superhuman strength and endurance, constant protective force field that grants invulnerability. Acts as an "irresistible force." Is virtually immortal, and does not need to eat or breathe.

Xorn Shen Xorn X-Men, vol. 2 #162 (2004) Twin brother of Magneto imposter Kuan-Yin Xorn. Left in X-Men, vol. 2 #164 (2005). Confirmed depowered on M-Day in New Avengers, but later shown still powered while in isolation in Tibet.

Last seen in Uncanny X-Men, vol. 4 #6 (2016).

Powers: Contains a black hole in his head, which gave him various powers such as energy manipulation, healing, and telepathy.

Mystique Unrevealed (alias: Raven Darkhölme) X-Men, vol. 2 #181 (2006) Former leader of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. Foster mother of Rogue and mother of Nightcrawler. Voted a probationary member in X-Men, vol. 2 #174 (2005). Former member of Rogue's squad who defected to the Marauders whom she later betrayed as well.

Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men vol. 4.

Powers: Shapeshifting, with her natural form having blue skin and yellow eyes. Possesses minor healing and reactive abilities and a slowed aging process.

Warpath James Proudstar Uncanny X-Men #475 (2006) Former member of the Hellions (as Thunderbird), X-Force and X-Corporation. Brother of John Proudstar, the first Thunderbird.

Last seen in X-Men, vol. 4 #42 (2013).

Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, reflexes, durability, flight, and senses.

Lady Mastermind Regan Wyngarde X-Men, vol. 2 #192 (2006) Former ally of Sebastian Shaw; daughter of Mastermind and half-sister of Martinique Jason and Pixie. Former member of the X-Men who defected to the Marauders. Former member of the Sisterhood of Mutants.

Last seen in Uncanny X-Men #600 (2015).

Powers: Projects realistic illusions into the minds of others; minor telepathy.

Sabretooth Victor Creed Longtime foe of the X-Men and Wolverine. Former member of the Marauders, the Brotherhood of Mutants, and Weapon X. Came to the X-Men for help against the Children of the Vault and joined the team, though against his will. Later rejoined after becoming morally inverted to a hero due to the events of AXIS.

Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men vol. 4.

Powers: Superhuman strength, enhanced senses, healing factor, and razor-sharp claws and teeth. Highly resistant to telepathic detection and control.

Omega Sentinel Karima Shapandar Omega Prime Sentinel. Former member of the Genoshan Excalibur and an Indian police force. Possessed by the Marauder Malice and forced to betray the team, but later cured. Became possessed by Arkea, sister of villain John Sublime, which, when purged, rendered her implants inert.

Last seen in X-Men, vol. 4 #12 (2014).

Powers: Cyborg, superhuman strength, speed, and durability. Has electrostatic poles mounted on her arms and unspecified weapons and mechanisms that retract into her body. Can fly and control and communicate with machines.

Armor Hisako Ichiki Astonishing X-Men, vol. 3 #20 (2007) Member of the X-Men and a former student at the Xavier Institute. Taken off team and became a regular student by orders of Headmaster Logan.

Last seen in Wolverine and the X-Men, vol. 2 #10 (2014).

Powers: Ability to generate psionic body armor that grants superhuman strength and durability.

Hepzibah Unpronounceable Uncanny X-Men #487 (2007) Member of the extraterrestrial Mephitisoid race and former member of the Starjammers and the X-Force squad of X-Men. Joined the X-Men after losing her lover, Corsair, and being stranded on Earth.

Last seen in Cyclops #3 (2014).

Powers: Enhanced agility, speed, and reflexes; retractable claws, superhuman senses, mind-altering pheromones, and night vision due to alien physiology (not a mutant).

Pixie Megan Gwynn X-Men Free Comic Book Day (2008) Former member of the X-Men-in-training squad and a student of the Xavier Institute. Recruited after assisting the X-Men in stopping an N'Garai invasion. Daughter of Mastermind and half-sister of Martinique Jason and Lady Mastermind.

Last seen in Uncanny X-Men #600 (2015).

Powers: Flight, hallucinatory dust, magical soul dagger, and limited magic abilities, including teleportation.

Karma Xi'an "Shan" Coy Manh Uncanny X-Men #501 (2008) Former staff member of the Xavier Institute. Original field leader of the New Mutants. Joined the X-Men when they re-formed in San Francisco. Former member of Cannonball's New Mutants squad. Formerly a junior staff member at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning. Last seen as a member of the Utopians, who are militantly protective of the abandoned mutant haven of the same name.

Last seen in All-New X-Men vol. 1.

Powers: Mental possession of others.

Sunspot Roberto "Bobby" Da Costa Secret Invasion: X-Men #1 (2008) Founding member of the New Mutants and former member of the Fallen Angels and Cable's X-Force. Former Lord Imperial of the Hellfire Club's Inner Circle. Joined the X-Men when they re-formed, first serving as a mentor to the X-Men-in-training squad and then joining the New Mutants squad. Current Avenger.

Currently seen in New Avengers vol. 4.

Powers: Absorption of solar energy provides super strength, energy blasts, and flight.

Aurora Jeanne-Marie Beaubier Secret Invasion: X-Men #2 (2008) Twin sister of Northstar and member of Alpha Flight. Joined the X-Men in San Francisco during the Skrull invasion.

Currently seen in Captain Marvel.

Powers: Superhuman speed and durability, flight, and light generation.

Magma Amara Juliana Olivians Aquilla Secret Invasion: X-Men #4 (2009) Former member of the original New Mutants and the Hellions. Although she was not a part of the X-Men at the time, she had U.N. X-Treme Sanctions Executive status while a school resident and teacher. Joined the X-Men when they relocated to San Francisco as part of the New Mutants squad.

Last seen in Avengers vs. X-Men #10 (2012).

Powers: Geokinetic powers allow her to create earthquakes and volcanoes. Can project heat and flame and transform into living magma.

Doctor Nemesis James Nicola Bradley Uncanny X-Men #504 (2009) Co-creator of the original Human Torch and 1940s masked crime fighter. Later served as Doctor Death in the Third Reich's superhuman Battle-Axis team. Joined the X-Men and the X-Club to help reverse the effects of M-Day. Also served as the team physician with Kavita Rao.

Last seen in X-Force #15 (2015).

Powers: Extended longevity, enhanced immune system, heightened eyesight, and so-called "self-evolved intellect."

Box Madison Jeffries Uncanny X-Men #505 (2009) Former Alpha Flight, Zodiac, and Weapon X member who joined the X-Men after the X-Club rescued him from an automated mutant death camp bunker in Canada. Also served as a member of the X-Club.

Last seen in Uncanny X-Men #600 (2015).

Powers: Telekinetic ability to reshape metal, plastic, and glass.

Magik Illyana Nikolievna Rasputina New Mutants, vol. 3 #1 (2009) Sister of Colossus and former member of the original New Mutants. Died in Uncanny X-Men #303 (1993) from the Legacy Virus. Resurrected by Belasco, minus her soul. Joined the X-Men on Cannonball's New Mutants squad, and later joined Cyclops' renegade faction.

Currently seen in Extraordinary X-Men.

Powers: Creation of teleportation disks and spells. Wears magical armor and wields the Soulsword.

Namor the Sub-Mariner Prince Namor McKenzie Uncanny X-Men #513 (2009) (undercover) Former member of Norman Osborn's X-Men, as well as his Cabal. Joined the real X-Men before working undercover on Norman Osborn's team, whom he betrayed before openly joining the X-Men on Utopia.

Deceased: Decapitated by Hyperion in Squadron Supreme, vol. 4 #1 (2016).

Powers: Amphibious physiology, superhuman strength, speed, agility, durability, and longevity; bioelectrical powers. Telepathic control over marine life.

Domino Neena Thurman Uncanny X-Men #514 (2009) Former member of Cable's Six Pack and X-Force. Joined Cyclops's X-Force strike force before joining the X-Men during the Proposition X riots and the battle with Norman Osborn's Avengers and X-Men.

Currently seen in Deadpool & The Mercs for Money.

Powers: Probability manipulation and good luck.

Cloak Tyrone Johnson Dark Avengers #8 (2009) Former member of Norman Osborn's X-Men. Joined the real X-Men when Emma Frost invited him to come to Utopia with her and Namor. Quit in Cloak and Dagger, vol. 4 #1 (2010).

Currently seen in The Amazing Spider-Man.

Powers: Teleportation, intangibility, and the ability to link to the Darkforce Dimension. Recently had powers altered by Mr. Negative that mimics abilities by Dagger.[11]

Dagger Tandy Bowen Former member of Norman Osborn's X-Men. Joined the real X-Men when Emma Frost invited her to come to Utopia. Quit in Cloak and Dagger, vol. 4 #1 (2010).

Currently seen in The Amazing Spider-Man.

Powers: Ability to create "daggers" of light, purge addictions from people, and heal. Recently had powers altered by Mr. Negative that mimics abilities by Cloak.[12]

Boom-Boom Tabitha Smith Former X-Factor trainee and member of the Fallen Angels, New Mutants, X-Force, and Nextwave. Joined the X-Men after they re-formed in San Francisco.

Last seen in Uncanny X-Force #17 (2014).

Powers: Creates balls of psionic energy that explode with concussive force.

Ariel Unrevealed X-Men: Legacy #226 (2009) Mutant member of the extraterrestrial race native to the Coconut Grove. Former member of the Fallen Angels who joined the X-Men following their relocation to San Francisco.

Last seen in X-Men: Legacy #260 (2011).

Powers: Teleportation (up to interstellar distances) by linking physical doorways at her start and endpoints (due to her alien physiology); also possesses the mutant ability of psychic persuasion.

Danger "Danger Room" Uncanny X-Men #515 (2009) Formerly the X-Men's Danger Room. Mutated and developed self-awareness after being upgraded with Shi'ar technology. When she freed herself, she attacked the X-Men and attempted to kill Professor X. After being damaged by a Shi'ar salvage crew, she was repaired by Professor Xavier and has since reformed. Former warden of Utopia.

Last seen in All-New X-Factor #20 (2015).

Powers: Able to create holographic projections and control other machines; enhanced strength and durability; flight, energy blasts, and detailed knowledge of the X-Men.

2010s recruits[edit]

Character Real name Joined in Notes
Cypher Douglas Aaron "Doug" Ramsey New Mutants, vol. 3 #9 (2010) Former member of the original New Mutants who was killed by the Ani-Mator in New Mutants, vol. 1 #60 (1988) and then resurrected by Eli Bard using a form of the T-O Virus. Freed from Selene's control with Warlock's help and joined the X-Men as part of Cannonball's squad.

Last seen in All-New X-Factor #20 (2015).

Powers: Omnilingual.

Warlock Warlock A mutant member of the alien Technarchy and former member of the New Mutants and Excalibur. Killed by Cameron Hodge in New Mutants, vol. 1 #90 (1990) and later resurrected by the Phalanx. Joined the X-Men during Selene's attack on Utopia and joined Moonstar's New Mutants squad.

Last seen in All-New X-Factor #20 (2015).

Powers: Techno-organic body, shapeshifting, and infection and assimilation of living organisms through a virus he creates (all due to his alien physiology). His mutation is his ability to feel emotions.

Fantomex Charlie-Cluster 7 Uncanny X-Men #521 (2010) Product of the Weapon Plus Program who joined the X-Men in their battle against Lobe and his group of John Sublime associates, also joined Wolverine's X-Force squad. Cloned into three bodies, one female, when he was resurrected after his death at the hands of the Skinless Man.

Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men vol. 4.

Powers: Enhanced strength, speed, endurance, agility, and senses; has multiple brains, nano-active blood, and a separate, symbiotic nervous system named E.V.A. (see below); skilled at marksmanship, hand-to-hand combat, acrobatics, and misdirection.

E.V.A. Inapplicable Fantomex's external nervous system. She is generally shaped like a flying saucer but is able to change shape, including a humanoid form which she revealed after Fantomex's death.

Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men vol. 4.

Powers: Flight; able to change shape and size, carry multiple passengers, and produce energy blasts; can merge with Fantomex.

X-23/Wolverine Laura Kinney X-Men: Second Coming #1 (2010) Wolverine's 23rd and first successful clone from a Weapon X recreation program who formerly served in the X-Men-In-Training and X-Force squads. Joined the X-Men to help locate and save Hope Summers from Bastion.

Currently seen in All-New Wolverine and All-New X-Men vol. 2.

Powers: Superhuman tracking skills, heightened senses, healing factor, poison and fatigue immunity, and two adamantium-laced bone claws on each arm, with another on each foot.

Hope Hope Summers (birth surname Spalding) X-Men: Legacy #237 (2010) The first mutant born after M-Day. Raised in the future by her adoptive father Cable. Returned to the present and joined the X-Men in the battle against Bastion's forces.

Last seen in X-Force, vol. 4 #15 (2015).

Powers: Power mimicry; power stabilization of newly emerged mutants; full extent of powers as yet unknown.

Frenzy Joanna Cargill X-Men: Legacy #250 (2011) A former member of the Acolytes and the Alliance of Evil. Formerly brainwashed by Jean Grey into joining the Genoshan Assault team, but wanted to become a hero after keeping her memories of the Age of X time warp. Former adjunct staff member of Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.

Last seen in All-New Inhumans #1 (2015).

Powers: Superhuman strength, endurance, and stamina; steel-hard skin; resistance to injury and temperature extremes.

Legion David Haller Son of X-Men's founder Professor X. Started Age of Apocalypse. Suffered from trauma which resulted in multiple personality disorder. Died in X-Men: Omega. Found alive in New Mutants, vol. 3. Removed himself from existence in X-Men: Legacy, vol. 2.

Deceased: Removed himself from existence in X-Men: Legacy, vol. 2 #24 (2014).

Powers: Split personality allows for multiple powers such as telepathy, telekinesis, pyrokinesis, time travel, astral projection, psychic blades, and more, with each power used independently by each individual persona. Underwent extensive mental training, allowing him access to and control of each persona and power at his will.

X-Man Nate Grey New Mutants, vol. 3 #27 (2011) Refugee from the Age of Apocalypse reality. Saved from Sugarman and the Omega Machine by Dani Moonstar's X-Men squad, which he then joined.

Last seen in New Mutants, vol. 3 #50 (2012).

Powers: Telepathy and telekinesis.

Warbird Ava'Dara Naganandini Astonishing X-Men, vol. 3 #48 (2012) Shi'ar warrior and former bodyguard of former Jean Grey Institute student Kid Gladiator. Remained behind as a teacher for the school.

Last seen in Uncanny X-Men #600 (2015).

Powers: Superhuman strength and stamina. Master of hand-to-hand combat and use of bladed weapons.

Blink Clarice Ferguson New Mutants, vol. 3 #45 (2012) Sacrificed herself to help save the world from the Phalanx. Resurrected and brainwashed by Selene. Purged of brainwashing by the X-Men and Dr. Strange. Eventually joined Moonstar's X-Men squad.

Last seen in New Mutants, vol. 3 #50 (2012).

Powers: Teleportation. Can focus powers through special crystals or form a shearing wave to slice targets to pieces.

Firestar Angelica Jones Amazing X-Men, vol. 2 #1 (2013) Former member of the New Warriors and the Avengers. Despite initially being turned down following her interview for a teaching position at the Jean Grey School, she joined the X-Men after the events of "Battle of the Atom".

Last seen in Amazing X-Men, vol. 2 #19 (2015).

Powers: Converts electromagnetic wavelengths into microwave radiation emissions, which she can use to project thermo-concussive microwave blasts and intense heat and light, scramble frequencies, and fly.

M Monet Yvette Clarisse Maria Therese St. Croix X-Men, vol. 4 #7 (2013) Former member of Generation X and X-Corporation and a founding member of X-Factor Investigations. Joined the X-Men after X-Factor disbanded.

Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men vol. 4.

Powers: Superhuman strength, durability, reflexes, coordination, hearing, and vision; flight and telepathy.

Old Man Logan James Howlett Extraordinary X-Men #1 (2016) Wolverine from another dimension.

Currently seen in Extraordinary X-Men and Old Man Logan vol. 3.

Powers: Healing factor (regeneration of tissue, immunity to virtually all toxins and pathogens, slowed aging process), enhanced senses, and retractable bone claws. Has the indestructible metal adamantium bonded to his skeleton, allowing enhanced physical attributes and sharp adamantium claws.

Other status[edit]

Character Real name Joined in Notes
Impostors
Phoenix Force Inapplicable X-Men vol. 1 #110 (1978) A cosmic entity who impersonated Jean Grey. First introduced in X-Men vol.1 #101 (1976), although she fights alongside the X-Men on and off for about a year of publications, she doesn't actually join the team until later.

Last seen in Avengers vs. X-Men #12 (2012).

Powers: Reality warping, omnipathy, omniscience, can power up selected beings.

Dark Beast Henry P. McCoy (Earth 295) X-Men Unlimited, vol. 1 #10 (1996) Version of Beast from the Age of Apocalypse reality who briefly infiltrated the X-Men, replacing the original Beast. Former member of Norman Osborn's X-Men.

Deceased: Excessive self-experimentation left him dependent on a life support suit, which Cyclops inadvertently damaged, causing his death in Uncanny X-Men, vol. 3 #22 (2014).

Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, reflexes, and senses; ambidexterity with hands and feet; ape-like form with blue fur; experimentation on self provided some other powers.

Unidentified Skrull Unrevealed Uncanny X-Men #370 (1999) (as Wolverine) Alien Skrull who was placed on the X-Men by Skrull allies of Apocalypse. He genuinely believed himself to be Wolverine and was unaware that he was an infiltrator.

Deceased: Killed in Astonishing X-Men, vol. 2 #3 (1999).

Powers: Shapeshifting, claws.

Allies and honorary members
Fred Duncan Frederick Amos "Fred" Duncan X-Men #2 (1963) FBI's federal liaison with the X-Men.

Deceased: Died in an undisclosed, apparently mutant-related incident as reported in Uncanny X-Men Annual #17 (1993).

Powers: None.

Candy Southern Candace Southern X-Men: The Hidden Years #10 (2000) (continuity insert) Former girlfriend of Warren Worthington III and member of the Defenders with him. First appeared in The X-Men, vol. 1 #31 (1967). Became an honorary member of the X-Men to help Cyclops and Jean Grey find Angel in the Savage Land. Killed by Cameron Hodge. Later became part of the Phalanx against her will before dying again.

Deceased: Killed in Uncanny X-Men #306 (1993).

Powers: Assimilation by the Phalanx changed her into a form composed of techno-organic material and gave her the ability to assimilate others into a hive organism.

Moira MacTaggert Dr. Moira Kinross MacTaggert X-Men, vol. 1 #96 (1975) Longtime ally of Xavier's before he created the X-Men. A geneticist who aided the team for most of its existence until her death.

Deceased: Killed by Mystique in X-Men, vol. 2 #108 (2000).

Powers: None.

Majestrix Lilandra Lilandra Neramani X-Men, vol. 1 #97 (1975) Former ruler of the Shi'ar Empire. Ally of the Starjammers and X-Men. Former lover of Xavier. Deposed by Vulcan.

Deceased: Assassinated during War of Kings.

Powers: Minor telepathy and enhanced strength, both of which are natural abilities exhibited by all members of her race.

Stevie Hunter Stephanie Hunter Uncanny X-Men #139 (1980) X-Men's trainer, former dancer.

Powers: None.

Spider-Woman Jessica Merriam Drew Uncanny X-Men 148 (1981) Ally of the X-Men against Caliban, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, Juggernaut, Black Tom Cassidy, and Siryn. Ex-agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. and HYDRA. Currently an agent of S.W.O.R.D. and a member of the Avengers.

Currently seen in Spider-Woman.

Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, reflexes, senses, and durability; pheromone generation. Ability to adhere to walls using bio-electric attraction and shoot beams of bio-electric energy from her hands. Immuned to all poisons and radiations.

Ms. Marvel Carol Susan Jane Danvers Avengers Annual #10 (1981) Between losing her powers as Ms. Marvel and gaining her powers as Binary, Carol was a resident of Xavier's school. Refused membership when Xavier also offered it to Rogue. Second-in-command of the Avengers.

Currently seen in Captain Marvel.

Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, and invulnerability; flight and cosmic energy manipulation.

Energizer Kate "Katie" Power Uncanny X-Men #195 (1985) A founding member of Power Pack. Was made an honorary member of the X-Men after her siblings were captured by the Morlocks and Katie helped the X-Men capture those responsible.

Last seen in FF

Powers: Received her powers from a Kymellian, an alien species: absorb energy, translate matter and absorb the resulting energy, project plasma bursts from her chest. Also has a healing ability amplified by her siblings' presence.

Callisto Unrevealed Uncanny X-Men #211 (1986) First and former leader of the Morlocks. An ally of the X-Men, became Moira MacTaggert's bodyguard. Confirmed depowered on M-Day in Decimation: House of M – The Day After (2006). Joined the X-Cell.

Last seen in Uncanny X-Men, vol. 4 #7 (2016)

Powers: Formerly enhanced reflexes, senses, and coordination.

Goblin Queen/Red Queen Madelyne Jennifer Pryor Uncanny X-Men #221 (1987) Stayed with the X-Men after Cyclops left her to form X-Factor, until she became the Goblin Queen during Inferno. Later returned, taking the name Red Queen. Tricked by Cyclops into moving her spirit form into a corpse she thought was Jean Grey. The body could not hold her power, and she disappeared. Her spirit was later revived with a new body by Arkea.

Last seen in X-Men, vol. 4.

Powers: As a clone of Jean Grey, she possessed identical, but less-powerful, telekinetic and telepathic abilities. She has the ability to teleport and absorb psychic energy, as well as various mystical powers.

Gateway Unrevealed Uncanny X-Men #229 (1988) Unofficial member of the X-Men. Teleported the team where they needed to go while they were based in Australia following their "deaths." Great-grandfather of X-Men member Lucas Bishop. Also acted as an ally to Generation X.

Deceased killed in Uncanny X-Force.

Powers: Teleportation and opening of trans-spatial portals; telepathy and omniscience.

Quicksilver Pietro Django Maximoff Uncanny X-Men #304 (1993) Resident of Xavier's mansion on two separate occasions: first when Magneto returned with Avalon; then later following Onslaught, when his wife and sister were believed dead. Former member of the Avengers, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, and X-Factor. Confirmed depowered in Decimation: House of M – The Day After (2006), though his powers were gradually restored by the Inhumans' Terrigen Mists.

Currently seen in Uncanny Avengers vol. 2.

Powers: Superhuman speed, agility, and reflexes.

Sabra Ruth Bat-Seraph X-Men #67 (1997) Israeli mutant caught up in the events of "Operation: Zero Tolerance" and fought alongside Iceman, Dr. Cecilia Reyes and Marrow to free the X-Men from Bastion. Former member of the X-Corporation's Paris branch. Also she accompanies Xavier and other X-Men to Genosha after it was demolished by Sentinels. Member of the Mossad.

Last seen in X-Men, vol. 4.

Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, agility, reflexes, durability, and the ability to heal. Anti-gravity devices with the ability to fly. Wrist gauntlets that fire plasma bursts and paralyzing quills.

Fiz Unknown X-Men, vol. 2 #96 (2000) A mutant Skrull who journeyed to Earth to join the X-Men. Helped the X-Men battle Apocalypse during the Apocalypse: The Twelve storyline. Was called an honorary X-Man by the Beast. Joined Cadre K, a team of mutant Skrulls formed by Professor X.

Current status unknown.

Powers: Skrull shape-shifting abilities, as well as the ability to alter his size and mass.

Red Lotus Paul Hark X-Treme X-Men #7 (2002) Martial artist who aided the X-Treme X-Men on more than one occasion.

Current status unknown.

Powers: Superhuman agility, coordination, reflexes, and balance.

Vange Whedon Evangeline Whedon X-Treme X-Men #35 (2003) The X-Men's team lawyer.

Last seen living on Utopia with the X-Men.

Powers: Metamorph whose transformation into an enormous red dragon can be triggered consciously or by the presence of blood.

Deadpool Wade Wilson Cable & Deadpool #8 (2004) Wade Wilson is not a mutant himself, but acquired his healing factor from Wolverine's DNA during the Weapon X process. Hired as a mercenary by the X-Men to take down Cable. Given his own costume, but also made one to resemble Marvel Girl's. Although he regarded himself as a member of X-Men, he betrayed the team for Cable. He later visited the X-Men on Utopia and became a probationary member under Domino's supervision, although this status did not last long.[13]

Currently seen in Deadpool and Uncanny Avengers vol. 2.

Powers: Superhuman healing factor, "bodyslide" teleportation, augmented strength, speed, agility, endurance, reflexes, (cursed) immortality, extreme marksmanship and swordsmanship.

Pulse Augustus X-Men, vol. 2 #181 (2004) Partnered with Mystique when she joined the X-Men as a potential love interest for Rogue.

Current status unknown.

Powers: Emits a pulsing energy that disables mutant powers and certain electronic devices.

Agent Brand Abigail Brand Astonishing X-Men, vol. 3 #3 (2004) Head of S.W.O.R.D., an agency responsible for defending the Earth from extraterrestrial threats. Beast's girlfriend. Half alien/half mutant lineage.

Last seen in X-Men vol. 4.

Powers: Ability to coat her hands in blue flames; can communicate in different alien languages humans are unable to pronounce.

Korvus Korvus Rook'Shir Uncanny X-Men #478 (2006) Stayed with the X-Men during their space mission to find Vulcan and defeat D'Ken. It is unknown if he became a member, but he helped fight against the Shi'ar. Current member of the Starjammers.

Last seen in Cyclops.

Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, reflexes, and durability. While wielding the Phoenix Blade, he possessed the ability to fly and shoot energy blasts.

Diamond Lil Lillian Crawley-Jeffries X-Force, vol. 3 #22 (2009) Former Alpha Flight member and wife of Madison Jeffries who resided on Utopia with the X-Men and assisted the team during Selene's attack on the island.

Deceased: Killed by Mortis in X-Force, vol. 3 #23 during Selene's attack on Utopia.

Powers: Superhuman physical resistance.

Toad Mortimer Toynbee X-Men: Regenesis #1 (2011) Former member of Magneto's Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. Former janitor at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.

Last seen in All-New X-Men vol. 2 (2016).

Powers: Superhuman physical strength, prehensile tongue, and leaping.

Doop Doop Wolverine and the X-Men #1 (2011) Previous X-Statix member. Current adjunct staff member at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.

Last seen in All-New Doop.

Powers: Levitation, accelerated healing factor, superhuman strength, extra-dimensional void within body that can store objects and people.

Kymera X-Men: Battle of the Atom #2 (2013) Future daughter of Storm who stayed in the present Jean Grey School to hunt the time displaced future Brotherhood members from her era.

Last seen in X-Men vol. 4.

Powers: Unknown.

ForgetMeNot Sometime prior to X-Men: Legacy #300 (2014) Supposed member who has been helping the team for years, but was never remembered by his teammates because of his powers. He was shot and presumably killed by Fantomex in X-Force, vol 4 #10; issue #13 revealed that the real MeMe managed to save his life.

Last seen in X-Force.

Powers: Abilities cause him to be completely forgotten by anyone who has seen him as soon as they look away.

Spider-Man Peter Benjamin Parker Spider-Man and the X-Men #1 (2015) Former member of the New Fantastic Four, Heroes for Hire and Future Foundation and a founding member of the New Avengers. Current membership in the Avengers. Joined the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning as the new guidance counselor.

Currently seen in The Amazing Spider-Man.

Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, agility, stamina, reflexes, and endurance.

Substitute teams[edit]

New Mutants graduate X-Men (1986)[edit]

Character Real name
While the X-Men were de-aged, the New Mutants briefly graduated to become X-Men in Uncanny X-Men Annual #10 (1986).
Cannonball Samuel Guthrie
Mirage Danielle Moonstar
Karma Xi'an Coy Manh
Magma Amara Aquilla
Sunspot Roberto Da Costa
Magik Illyana Rasputina
Cypher Douglas Ramsey
Warlock Warlock
Wolfsbane Rahne Sinclair

Muir Island X-Men (1989)[edit]

Character Real name Notes
In the wake of the X-Men's "death" during "Fall of the Mutants," a team of X-Men assembled on Muir Island in Uncanny X-Men #254-255 (1989).
Banshee Sean Cassidy Founder of the Muir Island X-Men. Best known as a member of the main X-Men team. Deceased.
Forge Important member of the Muir Island X-Men. Best known as a member of the main X-Men team (1989) and X-Factor leader (1991).
Moira MacTaggert Moira MacTaggert Longtime X-Men ally. Died in X-Men, vol. 2 #108 (2001).
Polaris Lorna Dane Best known as a longtime member of the main X-Men team. Had a secondary mutation during the Muir Island issues that caused her to draw upon negative emotional energy to increase her physical strength.
Amanda Sefton Jimaine Szardos Foster sister and former lover of Nightcrawler. Formerly spent her time as ruler of "Limbo" as the second Magik.
Powers: Proficient magic skills used for teleportation and spells. Retains magic armor and Soulsword.
Sunder Mark Hallett Founding member of the Morlocks. Died in Uncanny X-Men #254 (1989).
Powers: Disfigured body enables superhuman strength and endurance.
Legion David Haller
Sharon Friedlander Sharon Friedlander Transformed from a caucasian to Native American by Moonstar's Demon Bear. Worked for Xavier's as medical staff. Died in Uncanny X-Men #298 (1993).
Powers: Enhanced strength, endurance, reflexes.
Tom Corsi Thomas Corsi Transformed from a caucasian to Native American by Moonstar's Demon Bear. After transformation, worked at Xavier's School as a handy man and physical education instructor.
Powers: Enhanced strength, endurance, reflexes.
Alysande Stuart Alysande Stuart Sister of Alistaire Stuart. Died in Excalibur #55 (1992).
Powers: Human.
Multiple Man Jamie Madrox Joined in Uncanny X-Men Annual #15 (1991); retired head of X-Factor Investigations.
Powers: Self-duplication.
Siryn Theresa Rourke Cassidy Daughter of X-Man Banshee. Joined in Uncanny X-Men Annual #15 (1991); now member of X-Factor Investigations (see below).
Powers: Sonic scream, allowing flight, sound dampening fields, seduction of men and women, and enhanced hearing.

Phalanx invasion X-Men (1994)[edit]

Character Real name Notes
To oppose the threat of the techno-organic alien Phalanx, a team of X-Men was quickly banded together in Uncanny X-Men #316 (1994).
Banshee Sean Cassidy
Jubilee Jubilation Lee
Sabretooth Victor Creed
White Queen Emma Frost Former co-headmistress of the Institute.

Mannite rescue X-Men (1999)[edit]

Character Real name Notes
After Professor X disbanded the X-Men in an attempt to "smoke out" a Skrull impostor in their ranks, Cyclops and Jean Grey pulled together a team to help the Mannites in Astonishing X-Men, vol. 2 #1 (1999).
Cyclops Scott Summers Co-founders.
Phoenix Jean Grey-Summers
Archangel Warren K. Worthington III Also known as Angel, founding member of the X-Men.
Cable Nathan Christopher Summers
X-Man Nate Grey
Unidentified Skrull Unrevealed Alien Skrull who impersonated and genuinely believed himself to be Wolverine. Killed in Astonishing X-Men, vol. 2 #3 (1999).

Genoshan assault X-Men (2001)[edit]

Character Real name Notes
After losing members when Storm started her X-Treme X-Men and Professor X was captured by Magneto, Jean Grey recruits a temporary team in Uncanny X-Men #392 (2001) in order to rescue Professor X.
Phoenix Jean Grey-Summers Founder.
Dazzler Alison Blaire
Northstar Jean-Paul Beaubier Xavier later convinces him to join his teaching staff for the new students.
Omertà Paul Provenzano Possibly died in Weapon X #5 (2002).
Powers: Superhuman strength and invulnerability.
Wraith Hector Rendoza Depowered on M-Day in New Avengers #18 (2006).
Powers: Transparent skin; can displace the effects of his powers by making others look transparent to him and appearing normal to others.
Sunpyre Leyu Yoshida Half-sister of X-Man Sunfire. Died in Uncanny X-Men #404 (2002). Alternate version joined the Japanese hero team Big Hero 6.
Powers: Flight, plasma blasts, ability to view infrared, radiation immunity.
Frenzy Joanna Cargill Brainwashed into joining by Jean Grey.

Street team X-Men (2004)[edit]

Character Real name Notes
A team scratched together by Cyclops in the wake of Xorn's rampage through Manhattan in New X-Men, vol. 1 #149–150 (2004).
Cyclops Scott Summers Founder.
Fantomex Charlie-Cluster 7 Former Weapon X agent. Artificially made mutant. Tagged along with Wolverine and Agent Zero on a quest against Weapon X.
E.V.A. Inapplicable Fantomex's separate, symbiotic nervous system. She is generally shaped like a flying saucer, but is able to change shape. See 2010s recruits.
Beak Barnell Bohusk Lives at the school with Angel and kids, before joining the Exiles and returning home to lose his powers. Gained honorary X-Men status in the New X-Men, vol. 1 series. Lost his powers after Decimation, then joined the New Warriors and gained new abilities until team disbanded. Then joined up with a new Teen Brigade, where he took more of a behind the scenes role.
Powers: Formerly had a power suit that grants him enhanced vision, flight, superhuman strength, and energy blasts. As a mutant, he had a mutation which gave him an avian physiology, light bones, beak, feathers, superhuman endurance and gliding.
Dust Sooraya Qadir Afghani mutant who lost her mother. Joins the Hellions students and then the X-Men-in-training squad.
Powers: Turns into a living sandstorm.
Stepford Cuckoos Celeste Cuckoo,
Mindee Cuckoo,
Phoebe Cuckoo
Cloned daughters of X-Man Emma Frost.
Other sisters: Sophie Cuckoo died previously in New X-Men, vol. 1 #137 (2003) and Esme Cuckoo instead joined Xorn's Brotherhood and died in New X-Men, vol. 1 #150 (2004).
Powers: Hive minded consciousness, telepathy, diamond hearts, and levitation.
Longneck William Hanover Depowered in New Avengers #18 (2006).
Powers: Elongated neck.
Forearm Marcus Tucker Depowered in New Avengers #18 (2006).
Powers: Extended forearms.
Choir Irina Clayton More than likely depowered.
Powers: Multiple openings in throat, projection of voice in all directions.
Other unidentified members Several other Xavier Institute students who were never identified were part of this substitute X-Men squad.

X-Men-in-training (2006–2015)[edit]

Character Real name Active in School Notes
Dust Sooraya Qadir New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006) Jean Grey School for Higher Learning (Wolverine formed this new school at the site of the former school after the events of Schism, to give the young mutants a chance to have a safer place to learn about their powers) Former member of the Street Team X-Men and the Hellions training squad.
Elixir Joshua Foley Former member of the New Mutants training squad, Reavers, and X-Force. Killed by Gauntlet in Uncanny X-Men vol. 4 #2 (2016)
Powers: Omega-level healer, capable of controlling all biological structures, transmuting objects, bringing back the dead, and killing through touch.
Hellion Julian Keller Former leader of the Hellions training squad. Favored student of White Queen though initially denied leadership. Lost his hands during Second Coming, gained artificial ones he controlled with his powers during Age of X.
Powers: Telekinesis, used for flight, blasts of telekinetic energy, force fields, and lifting and moving objects.
Mercury Cessily Kincaid Irish-American former member of the Hellions training squad.
Powers: Body made of malleable, non-toxic mercury capable of being forged into various forms, such as weapons or tools. Can cling to walls, and does not require nutrition or air. Her liquid mercury can also leave her body and form bonds with separate organic beings, which she can control. Also resistant to magic.
Rockslide Santo Vaccarro Italian-American former member of the Hellions training squad, with dreams of being a professional wrestler.
Powers: Psionic entity capable of assimilating rocks and earth around him to use as body, forming a "golem" shell, adopting the properties of the matter used. He is able to expel his limbs and detonate the shell and reform at will. Super strength, durability, and endurance seem to appear in any form.
Surge Noriko Ashida Japanese mutant who formerly took drugs to control powers. Given special gauntlets for control when joined the Institute. Former member of the New Mutants training squad and initial leader of the X-Men-In-Training squad.
Powers: Absorption of electricity which can be used for electric blasts and super speed.
X-23 Laura Kinney Briefly assisted the X-Men before joining the X-Men-In-Training squad. Left to join the X-Force squad.
Anole Victor Borkowski New X-Men, vol. 2 #41 (2007) Teenage homosexual mutant. Former leader of the Alpha Squadron training squad. Graduate of the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning.
Powers: Reptilian mutation causing green scaly skin, spiked head carapace, prehensile sticky tongue, superhuman agility, speed, reflexes, coordination, wallcrawling, and camouflage. Regeneration ability used to regrow limbs, which appear in a more powerful reptilian form, such as his right arm, complete with claws.
Gentle Nezhno Abidemi Former member of Storm's training squad. Native of Wakanda.
Powers: Extreme strength that temporarily increases his muscle mass to impossible levels that cause massive strain and can only be sustained for short durations. Vibranium tattoos help keep his powers in check but they may eventually kill him.
Pixie Megan Gwynn Former member of the Paragons training squad and current member of the main X-Men.
Prodigy David Alleyne New X-Men, vol. 2 #43 (2007) Former co-leader of the New Mutants training squad. Lost his powers on M-Day, but later joined (and became the second leader of) the X-Men-In-Training squad. Former member of the Young Avengers.
Powers: Formerly possessed telepathic absorption of skills from the people around him; still possesses advanced technical and tactical skills, and with the help of the Stepford Cuckoos he regained all of the information and skills he had absorbed before M-Day.
Blindfold Ruth Aldine Young X-Men #5 (2008) Blind former Xavier Institute student who joined Donald Pierce's faux X-Men squad before joining the real X-Men-In-Training squad in San Francisco.
Powers: Telepathy, retrocognition, clairvoyance, and precognition.
Graymalkin Jonas Graymalkin Mysterious ancestor of Professor X, over 200 years old, who joined the X-Men-In-Training along with the remnants of Pierce's squad after assisting in Pierce's defeat.
Powers: Super strength, enhanced agility, invulnerability, and night vision, all of which increase in the dark and decrease with exposure to light.
Ink Eric Gitter Human who joined Pierce's X-Men squad and thought he was a mutant after his mutant tattoo artist gave him tattoos, granting him superhuman abilities. Joined the training squad despite not being a mutant.
Powers: Possesses various abilities, including superhuman strength, radioactive touch, flight, healing, and telepathy, due to his tattoos.
Wolf Cub Nicholas Gleason Former member of the Paragons Squad. Killed in action fighting Donald Pierce.
Powers: Permanent werewolf-like form that imbues him with enhanced senses, strength, speed, agility, reflexes, coordination, balance, and endurance, as well as, razor-sharp claws and fangs, a full-body coat of fur, and pointed ears.
Cipher Alisa Tager Young X-Men #8 (2008) Secret Xavier Institute student originally known only to Cyclops and Jean Grey. Eventually joined the training squad after assisting them behind the scenes for months.
Powers: Phasing through solid objects, full spectrum invisibility, complete stealth, and masking even her psychic imprint from most telepaths.
Loa Alani Ryan Runaways, vol. 3 #10 (2009) Former member of the Alpha Squadron training squad.
Powers: Disintegrates matter by phasing through it, breathes under water.
Match Ben Hamill Former leader of the Paragons training squad.
Powers: Fire manipulation; body perpetually aflame.
Bling! Roxanne "Roxy" Washington Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Utopia #1 (2009) Openly bisexual former member of the Chevaliers training squad.
Powers: Body made of diamond-hard material; produces and throws razor-sharp shards.
Onyxx Sidney Green Former leader of the Chevaliers training squad. Killed by Wither in X-Force, vol. 3 #23 (2010).
Powers: Body composed of rock-hard substance; superhuman strength and durability; extra pair of eyes.
Indra Paras Gavaskar X-Men: Legacy #226 (2009) Former member of the Alpha Squadron training squad.
Powers: Can cover his body with retractible armored plates; psionic matter manifestation; purple skin and red-violet hair.
Trance Hope Abbott Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Exodus #1 (2009) Former member of the Paragons training squad.
Powers: Projects her astral form, which can travel over long distances and produce disruptive energy surges.
Crosta Crosta Uncanny X-Men #520 (2010) Atlantean mutant who was sent by Namor to study with the X-Men.
Powers: Produces shockwaves.
Face New Mutants, vol. 3 #1 (2011) Former Inferno Baby under Karma's care.
Powers: Weaponized brain stem that fires energy blasts.
Broo Broodling Wolverine and the X-Men #1 (2011) Mutant brood alien discovered by S.W.O.R.D. and the X-Men.
Powers: Genius level intellect. Typical physical abilities of a brood alien.
Kid Gladiator Kubark Son of Gladiator.
Powers: Possesses all the typical powers of a member of the Strontian race.
Kid Omega Quentin Quire See Other student squads.
Glob Herman Robert Herman
Oya Idie Okonkwo See The Lights
Velocidad Gabriel Cuohuelo Wolverine and the X-Men #15 (2012)
Primal Teon Macik
Transonic Laurie Tromette
No-Girl Martha Johansson
Genesis Evan Sabahnur Uncanny X-Force #19 (2012) Clone of Apocalypse.
Powers: Superhuman strength, durability, Flight, shape-shifting abilities, dematerializer optic blasts.
Sprite Jia Jing Wolverine and the X-Men #19 (2012) First new mutant shown at the conclusion of Avengers vs. X-Men.
Powers: Stone-like skin that can withstand injury, which can also expand on her hands for increased strength. Wings allowing flight.
Eye-Boy Trevor Hawkins New mutant who came to the school after his powers manifested after Avengers vs. X-Men.
Powers: Eyes covering his body, some of which can see beyond the normal spectrum.
Shark-Girl Iara dos Santos Wolverine and the X-Men #20 (nov 2012) Brazilian new mutant recruited to the school by Angel.
Powers: Trans-morph able to assume a shark-like form and traits.
Tempus Eva Bell All-New X-Men #1 (2012) New Charles Xavier School for Mutants (New school formed by Cyclops after the events of Avengers vs. X-Men at the site of the old, abandoned Weapon X facility, re-purposed to be similar to the original Xavier school) Australian mutant whose powers manifested after the events of Avengers vs. X-Men, and the first new mutant recruited for Cyclops' new school.
Powers: Creates time bubbles that can freeze the flow of events in a given area.
Triage Christopher Muse Mutant whose powers manifested after Avengers vs. X-Men, and second recruit to the new school.
Powers: Healing abilities.
Benjamin Deeds Benjamin Deeds All-New X-Men #5 (2013) Mutant who initially refused the offer to join the school.
Powers: Chameleon-like morphing powers which also release low level pheromones to calm those he is changing into.
Karasu Karasu-Tengu X-Men:Legacy (vol. 2) #4 (2013) Jean Grey School for Higher Learning Japanese mutant, sister of Sojobo-Tengu.
Powers: Astral projection, telepathy.
Sojobo Sojobo-Tengu Japanese mutant, brother of Karasu-Tengu.
Powers: Astral projection.
Goldballs Fabio Medina Uncanny X-Men #1 (2013) New Charles Xavier School for Mutants New mutant whose powers manifested while being robbed, who then became a victim of the police.
Powers: Projects gold balls from his body.
Stepford Cuckoos Celeste Cuckoo,
Irma "Mindee" Cuckoo,
Phoebe Cuckoo
All-New X-Men #10 (2013) Former co-leaders of the Corsairs training squad and members of the Street Team X-Men. Although still only on the training squad, the Three-in-One often telepathically coordinate X-Men missions.
Hijack David Bond Uncanny X-Men #8 (2013) Kicked out of the school by Cyclops for having a cellphone during a training exercise, which helped S.H.I.E.L.D. track them down, thus endangering the other students.[14]
Powers: Technopathy
Nature Girl Lin Li Wolverine and the X-Men (vol. 2) #1 (2014) Jean Grey School for Higher Learning Mutant attending Jean Grey School.
Powers: Revolves around her attunement with numerous forms of fauna and possibly flora.
Scorpion Boy Rico Nightcrawler (vol. 4) #1 (2014) Mutant attending Jean Grey School.
Powers: Ant/scorpion appearance, wings that allows him to fly.
Creep Marisol Guerra Storm (vol. 3) #1 (2014) Mexican mutant attending Jean Grey School.
Powers: Chlorokinesis, can manipulate plants and vegetable life.
Ziggy Karst Ziggy Karst Nightcrawler (vol. 4) #4 (2014) Mutant attending Jean Grey School.
Powers: Technomorphing abilities, intuitive genius.

X-Force (X-Men's strike team) (2007–2014)[edit]

Character Real name Active in Notes
X-Men squad assembled and led by Cyclops with Wolverine serving as the field leader. Took on missions which required responses too violent or controversial for the X-Men to deal with directly. When Cyclops disbanded X-Force, Wolverine put a new X-Force squad together without his knowledge.
Cyclops Scott Summers Uncanny X-Men #493 (2008) Founder and former leader.
Wolverine James "Logan" Howlett Field leader and eventual overall leader.
Caliban Unrevealed Former member of the Morlocks. Founding member of the X-Force squad of X-Men. Killed on X-Force's first mission, in New X-Men, vol. 3 #45 (2008). Briefly resurrected by Eli Bard using a form of the T-O Virus.
Powers: Ability to sense and track other mutants; superhuman strength, speed, endurance, reflexes, and durability; psychically projecting fear into others; claw-like fingernails.
Hepzibah Unpronounceable Left the team after the events of "Messiah Complex."
Warpath James Proudstar Removed from the team roster after the events of X-Force, vol. 3 #25 (2010).
Wolfsbane Rahne Sinclair Removed from the team roster after the events of X-Force, vol. 3 #25 (2010).
X-23 Laura Kinney Rejoined the roster briefly for the time-travel mission during "Second Coming."
Archangel Warren Kenneth Worthington III X-Force, vol. 3 #2 (2008) Joined the squad after discovering them using his Aerie as a home base.
Elixir Joshua Foley X-Force, vol. 3 #4 (2008) Team healer. Removed from the team roster after the events of X-Force, vol. 3 #25 (2010).
Domino Neena Thurman X-Force, vol. 3 #8 (2008) Joined the squad while tracking Vanisher and the Legacy Virus.
Vanisher Telford Porter X-Force, vol. 3 #9 (2008) Initially given a terminal brain tumor by Elixir and forced to join X-Force, though he later served willingly. Thought deceased after being shot in New Mutants, vol. 3 #13 (2010). Last seen alive as a brainwashed member of the Marauders.
Powers: Teleportation.
Cable Nathan Christopher Charles Summers X-Force, vol. 3 #27 (2010) Joined the team for the mission to the future to stop Bastion's Nimrod sentinels, knowing that it was a one-way trip; allowed his techno-organic virus to take over his body so the team could return to the present, seemingly killing him.
Cypher Douglas Aaron Ramsey Joined the team per Cyclops's orders to travel to the future to shut down Bastion's sentinels.
Uncanny X-Force recruits (2010–2014)
Psylocke Elizabeth "Betsy" Braddock X-Men: Second Coming #2 (2010) Asked to join Wolverine's new team without Cyclops's knowledge.
Fantomex Charlie-Cluster 7 (Jean-Phillipe Charles) Joined Wolverine's new squad after Cyclops disbanded the first.
E.V.A. Inapplicable
Deadpool Wade Wilson Also joined the new squad.
Deathlok Prime Inapplicable Uncanny X-Force #7 (2011) Joined X-Force to face down invaders from a possible future where all superheroes have been turned into Deathloks controlled by worldly authorities; remained with the team following the mission.
Nightcrawler Kurt Darkholme Uncanny X-Force #19 (2012) AoA version of Nightcrawler. Stayed in 616 universe and joined X-Force in order to hunt down villains who escaped from Age of Apocalypse timeline.
Storm Ororo Monroe Uncanny X-Force, vol. 2 #1 (2013)
Puck Eugene Milton Judd Uncanny X-Force, vol. 2 #13 (2013) Former member of Alpha Flight.
Powers: Augmented body grants superhuman strength, agility, reflexes and stamina. Increased longevity.
Bishop Lucas Bishop
Spiral Rita Wayword Formerly human stuntwoman physically modified by Mojo.
Powers: Six arms, skilled use in mystical abilities that grant various powers.

X-Club / science team (2009–2012)[edit]

Character Real name Joined in Notes
Beast gathered a scientific squad to attempt to deal with the mutant birth crisis and reverse the effects of M-Day (Uncanny X-Men #507 [2009]).
Beast Henry McCoy Uncanny X-Men #504 (2009) Founder of the X-Club.
Angel Warren Worthington III Recruited to aid the X-Club and provide financial backing.
Doctor Nemesis James Bradley Recruited in Buenos Aires after defeating tube-grown Nazis with Angel and Beast.
Box Madison Jeffries Uncanny X-Men #505 (2009) Former Alpha Flight member who joined the X-Club after being rescued from an automated mutant death camp bunker in Canada.
Dr. Yuriko Takiguchi Yuriko Takiguchi Uncanny X-Men #507 (2009) Human scientist who was rescued by the X-Club on a remote island between Russia and Japan so he could aid in the reversal of M-Day. Died of natural causes in Uncanny X-Men #515 (2009).
Abilities: Robotic engineering and atomic biology.
Dr. Kavita Rao Kavita Rao Uncanny X-Men #508 (2009) Human scientist and creator of the "mutant cure" called Hope.
Abilities: Genius-level intellect and master geneticist.
Psylocke Elizabeth "Betsy" Braddock Uncanny X-Men #512 (2009) Recruited to accompany the X-Club on their mission to the year 1906.
Danger Inapplicable Uncanny X-Men vol. 2 #1 (2011) Recruited after the event of Schism & Regenesis.

The Lights (2010–2012)[edit]

Character Real name Active in Notes
A team of the first mutants to surface in the world since M-Day, tasked with rescuing and helping any other new mutants as they appear.
Hope Hope Summers X-Men: Legacy #237 (2010)
Transonic Laurie Tromette Uncanny X-Men #526 (2010) First to be recruited when Hope saved her from a suicide attempt. Pensive about being a superhero, especially a mutant, and finds her loyalty to Hope discomforting.
Powers: Living crystal form which grants her flight up to transonic speeds and allows for ultra-maneuverability at top speeds.
Velocidad Gabriel Cuohuelo Uncanny X-Men #527 (2010) Second recruit when he was saved by Hope when his powers went out of control. Relishes being a mutant and once shared a somewhat romantic relationship with Hope.
Powers: Relative localized time-manipulation.
Oya Idie Okonkwo Uncanny X-Men #528 (2010) Third to be recruited when she was saved by Hope and Storm from a mob wanting to kill "the girl who wouldn't burn". Very religious, believing herself to be a monster, and is judgmental yet kind to others because of this.
Powers: Thermal transference allowing her to create extreme heat or cold while creating an opposite reaction in another area.
Primal Teon Macik Uncanny X-Men #529 (2010) Found chasing "alpha-women" in Miami Beach, where he sought out Hope as a potential mate. After stabilizing him, he imprinted on her and followed his "master's" orders unconditionally.
Powers: Hyper-efficient feral mutation granting enhanced strength, speed, endurance, reflexes, senses, and recuperative abilities, as well as mental adaptation allowing quick understanding of parse complexes and adaptability to his surroundings.
Zero Kenji Uedo Generation Hope #4 (2011) A famous artist in Tokyo when his powers activated, driving him mad and destroying much of the city. After stabilizing, he showed remorse, but still hints of madness, and questioned his strong loyalty to Hope. Killed by Hope after rebelled against her.
Powers: Mass generation ability allows him to create almost anything out of bio-mechanical growths from his body.
Pixie Megan Gywnn Generation Hope #12 (2011) Joined after Oya leaves with Wolverine for the Jean Grey School.
No-Girl Martha Johansson Generation Hope #13 (2011) Joined at the request of Zero, after the "Schism" event.
Sebastian Shaw Sebastian Shaw Generation Hope #15 (2012) Found by the Lights with no memory of himself.

Splinter teams[edit]

New Mutants (1982–1991)[edit]

Character Real name Joined in Notes
Original
Professor X Charles Francis Xavier Marvel Graphic Novel #4 (1982) Founder and mentor.
Karma Xi'an "Shan" Coy Manh Initial team leader.
Wolfsbane Rahne Sinclair Adopted daughter of the late Moira MacTaggert. Later a member of X-Factor and Excalibur. Worked as an Xavier Institute faculty member until her affair with student Elixir was discovered. Founding member of X-Factor Investigations and former member of the X-Force strike team.

Powers: Lycanthropic metamorph with claws and enhanced senses, strength, agility, endurance, and healing.

Psyche/Mirage Danielle Moonstar Co-leader with Cannonball. Depowered as an effect of M-Day.
Cannonball Samuel Zachary Guthrie Co-leader with Psyche (a.k.a. Mirage).
Sunspot Roberto Da Costa Founding member.
Recruits (1983–1991)
Shadowcat Katherine Anne Pryde Uncanny X-Men #167 (1983) Joined only temporarily after Xavier demoted her; shortly afterwards rejoined the X-Men in Uncanny X-Men #168.
Magma Amara Juliana Olivians Aquilla New Mutants, vol. 1 #13 (1984) Believed herself to be Allison Crestmere from England until New Mutants, vol. 2 #7, when she was healed by Elixir and saw what her real life was.
Magik Illyana Nikolievna Rasputina New Mutants, vol. 1 #14 (1984) Former ruler of Limbo.
Warlock Warlock New Mutants, vol. 1 #21 (1984) Went by the name Douglock while a member of Excalibur.
Cypher Douglas Aaron Ramsey
Magneto Max "Magnus" Eisenhardt Uncanny X-Men #200 (1985) Mentor.
Bird-Brain Bird Boy New Mutants, vol. 1 #55 (1987) An Ani-Mate.
Firefist Russell "Rusty" Collins New Mutants, vol. 1 #77 (1989) Killed by Holocaust in X-Men, vol. 2 #42 (1995).
Skids Sally Blevins Later a member of the Acolytes and X-Corporation, she retained her powers after M-Day and was part of the 198. Last seen as an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Rictor Julio Esteban Richter Depowered as an effect of M-Day but received powers back by the Scarlet Witch in Avengers: The Children's Crusade #6.
Boom-Boom Tabitha "Tabby" Smith Former member of the Fallen Angels who is also known as Boomer and Meltdown. Went on to join X-Force and Nextwave. Killed by the Leper Queen, but later saved through manipulation of the timestream.
Cable Nathan Christopher Charles Summers New Mutants, vol. 1 #89 (1990) Mentor.
Warpath James Proudstar New Mutants, vol. 1 #99 (1991) Originally known as the second Thunderbird. See 2000s recruits.
Shatterstar Gaveedra Seven/
Benjamin Russell
New Mutants, vol. 1 #100 (1991) Formerly an alien warrior, his mind was later transplanted into the body of a mutant.
Feral Maria Callasantos Confirmed in Decimation: House of M – The Day After (2006) that she was depowered on M-Day. Killed by Sabretooth.
Other (honorary, reserve, allies or infiltrators)
Gosamyr Gosamyr New Mutants, vol. 1 #67 (1988) An alien.
Artie Arthur Maddicks New Mutants, vol. 1 #77 (1989) Depowered as an effect of M-Day, as confirmed in New Avengers.

Powers: Image projection.

Leech Leech Powers: Power dampening.
Copycat Vanessa Carlysle New Mutants, vol. 1 #98 (1991) Joined impersonating Domino.
Fallen Angels
splinter team (1987)
Vanisher Telford Porter Fallen Angels #1 (1987)
Ariel Unrevealed Presumed deceased during Second Coming, she managed to survive by teleporting to an interdimensional limbo. Later rescued by a team of mutants led by Rogue.
Chance Unrevealed
Boom-Boom Tabitha Smith See above
Sunspot Roberto Da Costa Fallen Angels #2 (1987)
Gomi Alphonsus Lefszycic
Multiple Man Jamie Madrox
Warlock
Siryn Theresa Rourke Cassidy Fallen Angels #3 (1987)
Moon-Boy Fallen Angels #4 (1987)
Devil Dinosaur

X-Force (Cable founded) (1991–2001, 2012–2015)[edit]

Character Real name Joined in Notes
X-Force (original)
The members of the New Mutants decided to change the team name to X-Force in New Mutants #100 (1991).
Cable Nathan Summers New Mutants, vol. 1 #100 (1991)
Cannonball Samuel Guthrie
Copycat Vanessa Carlysle Joined impersonating Domino. Died in Deadpool, vol. 3 #58 (2001).
Shatterstar Gaveedra Seven/
Benjamin Russell
Feral Maria Callasantos Depowered as an effect of M-Day. Killed by Sabretooth.
Boom-Boom Tabitha Smith Also known as Boomer and Meltdown.
Warpath James Proudstar
Recruits (1991–2000)
Siryn Theresa Rourke Cassidy X-Force, vol. 1 #5 (1991)
Sunspot Roberto Da Costa X-Force, vol. 1 #15 (1992)
Rictor Julio Esteban Richter Depowered as an effect of M-Day, later repowered by Scarlet Witch.
Domino Neena Thurman X-Force, vol. 1 #32 (1994)
Caliban Unrevealed X-Force, vol. 1 #44 (1995)
Moonstar Danielle Moonstar X-Force, vol. 1 #68 (1997) Defected from the Mutant Liberation Front after Operation: Zero Tolerance.
Bedlam Jesse Aaronson X-Force, vol. 1 #85 (1999) Died in Uncanny X-Men #423 (2003).
Pete Wisdom Peter Paul Wisdom X-Force, vol. 1 #102 (2000) Leader of the team.
Recruits (2011–2020)
Colossus Piotr Nikolaievitch "Peter" Rasputin Cable & X-Force #1 (2012) Powers affected by Phoenix Force possession.
Forge
Doctor Nemesis James Nicola Bradley
Hope Hope Summers Cable & X-Force #16 (2013)
Psylocke Elizabeth "Betsy" Braddock X-Force, vol. 4 #1 (2014)
Fantomex Charlie-Cluster 7 (Jean-Phillipe Charles)
E.V.A. Inapplicable
Marrow Sarah Powers mysteriously returned.
Allies
Lila Cheney Lila Cheney X-Force, vol. 1 #19 (1992) Currently lives in her Dyson sphere.
Prosh Also known as the Professor X-Force, vol. 1 #39 (1994) Forced to leave team due to techno-organic nature destroying Cable by close proximity.
X-Treme Adam Neramani X-Force Annual, vol. 1 #2 Offered membership but declined.
Risque Gloria Dolores Muñoz X-Force, vol. 1 #51 Associate of Warpath.
MeMe X-Force, vol. 4 #2 (2014) Mutant found after being used as an experiment. Later revealed to be brain dead, with Hope posing as her and using her powers while MeMe herself is comatose. Apparently died in X-Force vol. 4 #13, thus preventing Hope from keeping using her power.
Powers: Can transfer her psyche into any electrical system and control it.
ForgetMeNot X-Force, vol. 4 #10 Was initially chased by X-Force to help them track the Yellow Eye organization. Though shot and apparently killed by Fantomex, he was revealed to be still alive, saved by machines operated by the real MeMe. Helped X-Force to fight Fantomex after he betrayed the team.

X-Factor (1986–1998, 2005–2015)[edit]

Character Real name Joined in Notes
Cyclops Scott Summers X-Factor, vol. 1 #1 (1986)
Iceman Robert Louis "Bobby" Drake
Beast Dr. Henry Philip "Hank" McCoy
Marvel Girl/Phoenix Jean Grey Also known as Phoenix.
Angel/Archangel Warren Kenneth Worthington III Apparently committed suicide in X-Factor, vol. 1 #15 (1987); reappeared as Apocalypse's Horseman Death. Rejoined the team in X-Factor, vol. 1 #36 (1989).
Caliban Unrevealed X-Factor, vol. 1 #17 (1987) Left the team in X-Factor, vol. 1 #24 (1988) to join Apocalypse.
X-Terminators (X-Factor's wards and trainee team, 1988)
Firefist Russell "Rusty" Collins X-Terminators #1 (1988)
Skids Sally Blevins
Boom-Boom Tabitha "Tabby" Smith
Rictor Julio Esteban Richter
Leech Unrevealed
Artie Arthur Maddicks
Wiz Kid Takashi "Taki" Matsuya Confirmed depowered in New Avengers #18 (2006).
X-Factor (Federal team) (1991–1998)
Polaris Lorna Dane X-Factor, vol. 1 #71 (1991)
Multiple Man Jamie Madrox
Strong Guy Guido Carosella Former bodyguard of Lila Cheney.
Powers: Rechannels kinetic energy into physical strength.
Havok Alexander Summers Leader.
Wolfsbane Rahne Sinclair
Val Cooper Valerie Cooper Government liaison to X-Factor.
Quicksilver Pietro Django Maximoff X-Factor, vol. 1 #72 (1991)
Random Marshall Evan Stone III X-Factor, vol. 1 #92 (1993) Hired on several occasions to join X-Factor on missions, including against Project: Wideawake and Haven.
Forge Unrevealed X-Factor, vol. 1 #93 (1993) Joined as government liaison and later became the team's leader.
Mystique Unrevealed (alias: Raven Darkhölme) X-Factor, vol. 1 #114 (1995)
Wild Child Kyle Gibney Member of Gamma Flight, Omega Flight, and Alpha Flight before joining X-Factor. Later a member of Weapon X. Confirmed depowered on M-Day in New Avengers, though his powers were later restored. Apparently killed by Omega Red in Wolverine: Origins #39 (2009).
Shard Shard Bishop X-Factor, vol. 1 #119 (1996) Deceased X.S.E./X.U.E. member who was revived in the modern day as a living hologram. Died again in Bishop: The Last X-Man #14.
Sabretooth Victor Creed X-Factor, vol. 1 #120 (1996)
Fixx Unrevealed (in body of "Jane Doe") X-Factor, vol. 1 #149 (1998) Time-displaced X.S.E./X.U.E. member who worked with X-Factor before officially joining the team.
Greystone Devlin Greystone (in body of Brian Young) Time-displaced X.S.E./X.U.E. member who worked with X-Factor before officially joining. Died in X-Factor, vol. 1 #149.
X-Factor allies
Archer Unrevealed (in body of Jude Black) X-Factor, vol. 1 #144 (1998) Worked with X-Factor alongside his X.S.E./X.U.E. teammates but later declined official membership.
X-Factor Investigations (2005–2013)
Although the team debuted in X-Factor, vol. 3 #1, the majority of the group (save Layla Miller and Rictor) had already joined the team.
Multiple Man Jamie Madrox Madrox #5 (2005) Team founder and leader.
Strong Guy Guido Carosella
Wolfsbane Rahne Sinclair Mysteriously left the team to join X-Force undercover. Rejoined X-Factor in #208.
Siryn/Banshee Theresa Rourke Cassidy X-Factor, vol. 3 #1 (2006)
Butterfly Layla Rose Miller Formerly imprisoned in a mutant concentration camp while trapped in Bishop's future.
M Monet St. Croix Former member of Generation X.
Rictor Julio Esteban Richter X-Factor, vol. 3 #2 (2006) Briefly left the team before being captured by Arcade.
Darwin Armando Muñoz X-Factor, vol. 3 #33 (2008) Former X-Man.
Longshot Unrevealed Former X-Man.
Shatterstar Gaveedra Seven/
Benjamin Russell
X-Factor #200 (2009) Former member of X-Force.
Havok Alexander Summers X-Factor #230 (2012) Former X-Man.
Polaris Lorna Dane Former X-Man.
X-Factor Investigations allies
Pip the Troll Pip Gofern X-Factor #213 (2011) Laxidazian troll who, thus far, has only served as receptionist.
All-New X-Factor (2014–2015)
A team sponsored by Serval Industries, who purchased the X-Factor name from Madrox after the conclusion of the last series.
Polaris Lorna Dane All-New X-Factor #1 (2014) Former X-Man.
Gambit Rémy LeBeau Former X-Man.
Quicksilver Pietro Django Maximoff Former Avenger. See Other status.
Danger "Danger Room" All-New X-Factor #4 (2014)
Cypher Douglas Aaron "Doug" Ramsey All-New X-Factor #6 (2014)
Warlock Warlock
Georgia Georgia Dakei All-New X-Factor #8 (2014) Powers: Moisture absorption and transference.

Excalibur (1987–1998, 2001 and 2004–2007)[edit]

Character Real name Joined in Notes
Original (1987)
Captain Britain Brian Braddock Excalibur: The Sword is Drawn (1987)
Meggan Meggan Braddock Married Captain Britain in Excalibur, vol. 1 #125. Was pulled out of our reality in Uncanny X-Men #465.
Phoenix Rachel Summers Also known as Rachel Grey, codename Marvel Girl. After being trapped in the Mojoverse for a while, she escaped and emerged in London, which led to her joining Excalibur.
Nightcrawler Kurt Wagner Was put in a coma during the Mutant Massacre, and joined the team when he awoke.
Shadowcat Katherine Pryde Left in her phased form from injuries received during the Mutant Massacre. Was recovering on Muir Island when she joined the team.
Lockheed Unrevealed
Recruits (1988–1998)
Widget Kate Rasputin Excalibur, vol. 1 #1 (1988) Originally from the Days of Future Past timeline. A living robot containing Kate Rasputin's consciousness.
Kylun Colin McKay Excalibur, vol. 1 #46 (1992) His two swords, the Zz'rath, will cut through anything except people who know that they are innocent.
Cerise Cerise Excalibur, vol. 1 #47 (1992) A member of the Shi'ar alien race. Formerly had a relationship with Nightcrawler.
Feron Feron Excalibur, vol. 1 #49 (1992) Descendant of the first host of the Phoenix. A trained mage.
Micromax Scott Wright Excalibur, vol. 1 #68 (1993) Former agent of F.I.6. Joined the team after F.I.6. was destroyed by Necrom. Left to join the Brand Corporation, but was fired later.
Moira MacTaggert Moira Kinross MacTaggert Excalibur, vol. 1 #71 (1993) Began working with Excalibur when the team moved to Muir Island.
Daytripper Amanda Sefton/Jimaine Szardos Excalibur, vol. 1 #75 (1994) Foster sister to Nightcrawler, with whom she had a relationship. Left the team to rule over the otherdimensional realm of Limbo.
Douglock Warlock Excalibur, vol. 1 #78 (1994) Originally thought to be Cypher returned to life as a techno-organic being, Douglock was really Warlock, who had absorbed Cypher's personality. After Excalibur disbanded, he had a short-lived solo series.
Wolfsbane Rahne Sinclair Excalibur, vol. 1 #90 (1995) Joined the team to look after her foster mother, Moira MacTaggert, who had become infected with the Legacy Virus.
Pete Wisdom Peter Paul Wisdom Excalibur, vol. 1 #91 (1995) Former Black Air agent. Joined the team to fight Black Air. Had a relationship with Kitty Pryde and left the team after they broke up. Retrained X-Force to be spies, and faked his own death to make them stronger. Later a member of New Excalibur and currently with MI-13.
Colossus Piotr "Peter" Rasputin Excalibur, vol. 1 #92 (1995) Joined the team after the Acolytes disbanded. Left with Kitty Pryde and Nightcrawler to rejoin the X-Men, leading to Excalibur disbanding.
Allies
Alysande Stuart Alysande Stuart Excalibur, vol. 1 #6 (1989) Killed in action. Alistaire Stuart's twin sister.
Alistaire Stuart Alistaire Stuart Alysande Stuart's twin brother.
Rory Campbell Roderick "Rory" Campbell Excalibur, vol. 1 #72 (1993)
Mimic Calvin Montgomery Rankin Excalibur, vol. 1 #123 (1998) Rescued by Excalibur from Operation Zero Tolerance in Peru. Became an ally only right before the team disbanded, following the wedding of Captain Britain and Meggan. Former member of the Brotherhood of Mutants.
Excalibur: Sword of Power (2001)
Captain Britain Brian Braddock Excalibur, vol. 2 (2001)
Meggan Meggan Braddock
Psylocke Elizabeth "Betsy" Braddock Twin sister of Captain Britain.
Black Knight Dane Whitman
Captain UK Linda McQuillan
Crusader X Bran Braddock
Sir Benedict Sir Benedict
Genoshan Excalibur (2004)
Magneto Max "Magnus" Eisenhardt Excalibur, vol. 3 #1 (2004) Co-leader.
Professor X Charles Francis Xavier Co-leader.
Callisto Unrevealed Depowered. Briefly repowered (her enhanced senses) using the Terrigen Mists, but her powers were increased to the point where even rain harmed her.
Dark Beast Henry Philip McCoy (Earth-295)
Freakshow Unrevealed Confirmed depowered in Son of M #5 (2006). Briefly repowered by the Terrigen Mists, but was stuck in his monstrous form.
Karima Shapandar Karima Shapandar Human/Omega Prime Sentinel.
Shola Inkose Shola Inkose Confirmed depowered in Son of M #5 (2006). Briefly repowered by the Terrigen Mists.
Wicked Unrevealed Confirmed depowered in Son of M #5 (2006). Briefly repowered by the Terrigen Mists, but with erratic control.
New Excalibur (2006)
Captain Britain Brian Braddock New Excalibur #5 (2006) Wife Meggan was sucked into a reality breach at the end of the Uncanny X-Men House of M arc.
Dazzler Alison Blaire Former music superstar.
Sage Tessa Formerly a spy for Xavier in the Hellfire Club.
Juggernaut Cain Marko New Excalibur #4 (2006) Xavier's step brother. Not a mutant.
Pete Wisdom Peter Paul Wisdom New Excalibur #3 (2006) Works for MI-13, which deals with all matters metaphysical.
Nocturne Talia Josephine "T.J." Wagner Daughter of Nightcrawler and the Scarlet Witch from an alternate reality. Former member of the Exiles.
Longshot Longshot X-Men: Die by the Sword #5 (2007). A warrior from an alternate reality, the Mojoverse. Long-time on-and-off boyfriend of Dazzler. Former member of the Exiles.
New Excalibur allies
Lionheart Kelsey Leigh Kirkland New Excalibur #4 (2006) Seeing the error of her ways, Lionheart joins forces with Excalibur and helps defeat Albion and his Shadow Captains.

Generation X (1994–2001)[edit]

Character Real name Joined in Notes
Banshee Sean Cassidy Generation X #1 (1994) Mentors and co-founders.
White Queen Emma Grace Frost
Skin Angelo Espinosa Died in Uncanny X-Men #423 (2003).
Synch Everett Thomas Died in Generation X #70 (2000).
M/Penance Claudette & Nicole St. Croix Claudette and Nicole St. Croix originally joined the team in their combined form while masqueraded as their sister Monet. They later took her place for a time within the Penance body before being freed and separated and becoming wards of Generation X.

Powers: Able to merge into a single form possessing superhuman strength, durability, reflexes, coordination, hearing, and vision, as well as flight and telepathy.

Husk Paige Guthrie
Jubilee Jubilation Lee Depowered as an effect of M-Day.
Chamber Jonothan Evan Starsmore
Blink Clarice Ferguson Uncanny X-Men #317 (1994) Thought to have died, but recently rescued by Selene, whose side she joined.
Penance/M Monet Yvette Clarisse Maria Therese St. Croix Generation X #3 (1995) Monet originally joined the team while trapped inside the Penance body but was later freed when her sisters took her place in their combined form.
Mondo N/A Generation X Annual '95 (1995) Clone of the real Mondo. Died in Generation X #25 (1997).

Powers: Absorbs matter and duplicates its properties.

Gaia Unrevealed Generation X #43 (1998) Powers: Reality warping telekinetic.
Penance Yvette Penance was revealed to be a separate entity capable of independent thought when Claudette and Nicole St. Croix were freed from the Penance body.
Wards of Generation X
Leech Leech Generation X #5 (1995) Became wards after Gene Nation attacked and kidnapped the White Queen. See New Mutants.
Artie Maddicks Arthur Maddicks
Franklin Richards Franklin Richards Generation X #20 (2006) Became a ward for a short time after the alleged death of his family, the Fantastic Four, during the Onslaught saga.

Powers: Reality alteration.

Claudette & Nicole St. Croix Claudette & Nicole St. Croix Became wards after being freed from the Penance body and separated into their individual forms. See Generation X.
Allies
Gateway Unrevealed Generation X #1 (1994) Powers: Teleportation and opening of trans-spatial portals; telepathy and omniscience.

X-Corporation (2001–2005)[edit]

Character Real name Joined in Notes
X-Corporation: Hong Kong branch
Domino Neena Thurman New X-Men Annual 2001 Current member of the X-Men and the X-Force squad.
Risque Gloria Dolores Muñoz Killed off-panel by the U-Men.
X-Corporation: Los Angeles branch
Empath Manuel Alfonso Rodrigo de la Rocha X-Treme X-Men #31 (2003) Former member of the Hellions. Retained his powers after M-Day. Currently a prisoner in the X-Brig.
Sunspot Roberto Da Costa
Magma Amara Juliana Olivians Aquilla X-Treme X-Men #34 (2004)
Skitz Unrevealed X-Treme X-Men #35 (2004)
Stringfellow
Skids Sally Blevins X-Treme X-Men #42 (2004) Leader of the Los Angeles branch. See above (New Mutants).
X-Corporation: Mumbai branch
Warpath James Jonathan Proudstar New X-Men, vol. 1 #133 (2002) John Proudstar's brother. Current member of the X-Force squad of X-Men.
Feral María Callasantos Thornn's sister. Deceased: Killed by Sabretooth.
Thornn Lucía Callasantos Feral's sister. Depowered on M-Day, as confirmed in Decimation: House of M – The Day After (2006).
Sunfire Shiro Yoshida Former member of the X-Men. Was later a Horseman of Apocalypse and a Marauder.
X-Corporation: Paris branch
Cannonball Samuel Zachary Guthrie New X-Men, vol. 1 #128 (2002)
Darkstar Laynia Sergeievna Petrovna Current member of the Winter Guard in Russia.
M Monet St. Croix
Multiple Man Jamie Madrox
Siryn Theresa Rourke Cassidy
Rictor Julio Esteban Richter
Sabra Ruth Bat-Seraph New X-Men, vol. 1 #131 (2002) Retained her powers after M-Day.
Holly Holly X-Treme X-Men: X-Posé #1 (2003) Secretary. Current status unknown. Powers: Shapeshifter.
X-Corporation: Singapore branch
Thunderbird Neal Shaara Excalibur, vol. 2 #5 Former member of the X-Men.
Lifeguard Heather Cameron Slipstream's sister. Former member of the X-Men.
Other members
Professor X Charles Francis Xavier Founder.
Vange Whedon Evangeline Whedon Legal council. Operated as the X-Men's team lawyer.
Other branches: Amsterdam, London, Melbourne, Nairobi, New York

Xavier Institute Students[edit]

It was stated that there were 182 Xavier Institute students enrolled before M-Day (2006), after which they were reduced to 26, including X-23 (plus Kid Omega in Beast's lab). Those who did not show up in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006) are most likely depowered or even dead (42 died on the bus explosion in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 [2006]).

New X-Men (2006–2008)[edit]

Codename Real name First appearance Notes
The team debuted in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006) after a last-man-standing exercise to know which students were the most worthy to be trained. Wallflower, Blindfold, Ernst, and Gentle had been excused from the exercise. The students selected were to be trained as a junior team of X-Men. Disbanded as of X-Men, vol. 2 #207 (2008).
Dust Sooraya Qadir New X-Men, vol. 1 #133 (2002) Was a member of the Hellions squad and the Young X-Men.
Elixir Joshua Foley New Mutants, vol. 2 #5 (2003) Gained full control of his powers, thanks to the Stepford Cuckoos.
Hellion Julian Keller New Mutants, vol. 2 #2 (2003) Favored student of White Queen and former leader of the Hellions squad.
Mercury Cessily Kincaid Former member of the Hellions squad.
Anole Victor Borkowski Former leader of Alpha Squadron, and former member of the Young X-Men.
Rockslide Santo Vaccarro New Mutants, vol. 2 #7 (2004) Former member of the Hellions squad and Young X-Men.
Surge Noriko Ashida New Mutants, vol. 2 #8 (2004) Former member of the New Mutants and leader of the New X-Men.
X-23 Laura Kinney X-Men: Evolution (animated series) episode #41 (2003)
Armor Hisako Ichiki Astonishing X-Men, vol. 3 #4 (2004) Member of the X-Men. Joined the New X-Men during the Messiah Complex.
Pixie Megan Gwynn New X-Men: Academy X #5 (2004) Welsh student at the Institute. Former member of the Paragons squad. Current member of the Uncanny X-Men.
Gentle Nezhno Abidemi New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006) Former member of Storm's Squad. Joined the New X-Men during the Messiah Complex.
Prodigy David Alleyne New X-Men, vol. 2 #29 (2006) Former co-leader of the New Mutants. Depowered as of M-Day.

Young X-Men (2008–2009)[edit]

Codename Real name Joined in Notes
A group of former Xavier Institute students originally brought together by Donald Pierce, disguised as Cyclops and later mentored by Dani Moonstar and Sunspot as a new, young X-Men squad.
Dust Sooraya Qadir Young X-Men #1 (2008) Former members of the Hellions Squad and the New X-Men.
Rockslide Santo Vaccarro
Blindfold Ruth Aldine First appeared in Astonishing X-Men, vol. 3 #7.
Wolf Cub Nicholas Gleason First appeared in Chamber #1. Student at Xavier's and former member of the Paragons Squad.
Ink Eric Gitter
Graymalkin Jonas Graymalkin Young X-Men #5 First appeared in Young X-Men #1.
Anole Victor Borkowski Young X-Men #7 (2008) Former student at Xavier's recruited by Dani Moonstar after the team came under the X-Men's auspices.
Cipher Alisa Tager Young X-Men #8 (2008) Young mutant who was kept as a secret student at Xavier's, unknown to all except Cyclops and Jean.

Other student squads (2003–2006)[edit]

Codename Real name First appearance Notes
Omega Gang (Kid Omega–led rebel squad)

Group of students who were on the drug kick and started a riot at Xavier's, which resulted in the deaths of Sophie Cuckoo and Dummy.
First appeared in New X-Men, vol. 1 #135 (2003).

Glob Herman Robert Herman New X-Men, vol. 1 #117 (2001) Imprisoned for a time due to involvement in the Riot at Xavier's. Still powered after M-Day. Currently a student at the Jean Grey School of Higher Learning.

Powers: Body composed of organic paraffin wax, allowing for superhuman strength and resistance to injury.

Radian Christian Cord New X-Men, vol. 1 #126 (2002) Brother of Tattoo. Imprisoned for a time due to involvement in the Riot at Xavier's. Revealed depowered in New Avengers #18 (2006). Served as a member of Donyell Taylor's New Warriors with the codename Radian and technology-based powers.

Powers: Formerly generated ultraviolet light capable of a blinding/burning effect.

Redneck Vincent Stewart Imprisoned for a time due to involvement in the Riot at Xavier's. Revealed depowered in New Avengers #18 (2006). Served as a member of Donyell Taylor's New Warriors with the codename Skybolt and technology-based powers until his death. Died in an explosion in New Warriors, vol. 4 #16 (2008).

Powers: Formerly able to project intense heat from his hands.

Tattoo Christine Cord Sister of Radian. Imprisoned for a time due to involvement in the Riot at Xavier's. Revealed depowered in New Avengers #18 (2006). Served as a member of Donyell Taylor's New Warriors with the codename Longstrike and technology-based powers until her death.' Killed by Cancer of the Zodiac in New Warriors, vol. 4 #5 (2007).

Powers: Formerly possessed bio-phasing ability allowing her to scramble the nervous system of whoever she touches. Had chameleon-like skin pattern that shifted with her mood.

Kid Omega Quentin Quire New X-Men, vol. 1 #134 (2003) Squad leader. His secondary mutation was to lose the need for his physical body. Quire is shown in promotional art for Wolverine and the X-Men #1.[15]

Powers: Omega-level telekinetic and telepathic powers.

Special class (Kuan-Yin Xorn's class)

This class first appeared in New X-Men, vol. 1 #135 (2003). It turned into a new Brotherhood in New X-Men, vol. 1 #146 (2003).

Beak Barnell Bohusk New X-Men, vol. 1 #117 (2001) Depowered, as revealed in Exiles, vol. 1 #72 (2006). Served for a time as a member of Donyell Taylor's New Warriors with the codename Blackwing and technology-based powers. See Street Team X-Men.
Angel Angel Salvadore Bohusk New X-Men, vol. 1 #118 (2001) Depowered, as revealed in Exiles, vol. 1 #72 (2006). Served for a time as a member of Donyell Taylor's New Warriors with the codename Tempest and technology-based powers.

Powers: Formerly had insect physiology which gave her fly-like wings and acidic spit.

No-Girl Martha Johansson No-Girl is Martha's astral form, therefore No-Girl cannot be seen by people immune to telepathy.

Powers: Telepathy, mutant power suppression.

Dust Sooraya Qadir New X-Men, vol. 1 #133 (2002) Joined the class briefly in New X-Men, vol. 1 #146 (2003).
Basilisk Mike Columbus New X-Men, vol. 1 #135 (2003) Killed by Kuan-Yin Xorn in New X-Men, vol. 1 #149 (2004).

Powers: Single eye within forehead projects a paralyzing strobe light.

Ernst Unrevealed Still powered and living on Utopia with the X-Men.

Powers: Superhuman strength.

Dummy Dean Boswell Presumed deceased, his containment suit exploded in New X-Men, vol. 1 #137 (2003).

Powers: Body exists in a gaseous state, which must be contained in a special suit.

New Mutants (Dani Moonstar's squad, 2003–2006)

This squad was given its name in New X-Men: Academy X #2 (2004) and disbanded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006). The squad had previously appeared without a name in New Mutants, vol. 2 #1–13 (2003–2004).

Icarus Joshua "Jay" Guthrie Rom Annual #3 (1984) Former member of the Hellions squad, but switched with Wither. Around the time of M-Day, Rev. William Stryker amputated his wings, and Jay became very defensive about having any of the healers help him. Killed by Stryker in New X-Men, vol. 2 #27 (2006).

Powers: Red wings allow for flight and healing factor; vocal mimicry.

Wind Dancer Sofia Mantega New Mutants, vol. 2 #1 (2003) Squad co-leader and love interest of Hellion. Confirmed depowered in House of M #8 (2005). Served for a time as a member of Donyell Taylor's New Warriors with the codename Renascence and technology-based powers.

Powers: Formerly could control air to levitate objects, block or carry sounds from far distances, fly, refine the force of the wind to create a cutting effect, and force compressed air into a person's ear, disrupting their balance.

Wallflower Laurie Collins New Mutants, vol. 2 #2 (2003) Had a hard time getting control of her powers. Wither accidentally withered her arm. Killed by William Stryker's sniper in New X-Men, vol. 2 #25 (2006). Her remains were later used to make a bio-sentinel.

Powers: Pheromone emission and manipulation.

Wither Kevin Ford New Mutants, vol. 2 #3 (2003) Founding member of the New Mutants squad, but switched with Icarus to join the Hellions squad. Still powered, he left after withering Laurie's arm and later became a disciple of Selene. Killed by Elixir in X-Force, vol. 3 #25 (2010).

Powers: Decomposition of organic matter through touch.

Prodigy David Alleyne New Mutants, vol. 2 #4 (2003) Squad co-leader. Created a Danger Room variation called the Danger Cave before he was depowered.
Elixir Joshua "Josh" Foley New Mutants, vol. 2 #5 (2003) Omega-level mutant. Still powered.
Surge Noriko Ashida New Mutants, vol. 2 #8 (2004) Formerly Dust's roommate. Still powered. See X-Men-In-Training.
Hellions (Emma Frost's squad)

Created in New X-Men: Academy X #2 (2004) and disbanded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).

Icarus Joshua "Jay" Guthrie Rom Annual #3 (1984) Founding member of the Hellions squad, but switched with Wither to join the New Mutants squad.
Dust Sooraya Qadir New X-Men, vol. 1 #133 (2002) Moral core of the team. Formerly Surge's roommate.
Hellion Julian Keller New Mutants, vol. 2 #2 (2003) Squad leader. Still powered.
Mercury Cessily Kincaid Had a crush on Wither.
Rockslide Santo Vaccarro New Mutants, vol. 2 #3 (2003)
Wither Kevin Ford Former member of the New Mutants squad, but switched with Icarus.
Tag Brian Cruz New Mutants, vol. 2 #10 (2004) Confirmed depowered in House of M #8 (2005). Killed when the bus sending depowered students home exploded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).

Powers: Could implant a psionic signal within others so as to repel or attract people to them.

Corsairs (Cyclops's squad)

This squad was created in New X-Men: Academy X #2 (2004) and disbanded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).

Stepford Cuckoos Celeste Cuckoo New X-Men, vol. 1 #118 (2001) Co-Leaders.
Irma "Mindee" Cuckoo
Phoebe Cuckoo
Specter Dallas Gibson New Mutants, vol. 2 #10 (2004) Former member of the Paragons squad who switched teams with DJ to join the Corsairs. Confirmed depowered in New X-Men, vol. 2 #20 (2006), but still alive.

Powers: Could merge with his shadow for superhuman strength and intangibility.

Dryad Callie Betto New X-Men: Academy X #1 (2004) Depowered. Killed when the bus sending depowered students home exploded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).

Powers: Elf like features, plant manipulation.

Quill Maxwell "Max" Jordan Killed by Stryker's sniper in New X-Men, vol. 2 #27 (2006).

Powers: Body covered in sharp quills that can be projected.

DJ Mark Sheppard New X-Men: Academy X #2 (2004) Founding member of the Corsairs squad, but switched with Specter and joined the Paragons. Depowered. Killed when the bus sending depowered students home exploded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006), despite Elixir's attempts to heal him.

Powers: Used different types of music to manifest an accompanying power.

Advocates (Rogue's squad)

This squad was only seen once, in Uncanny X-Men #444 (2004). It disbanded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006). It was named in 2010.[16]
Apparently no members remained powered. They possibly died in the bus explosion in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).

Boggart Robin Wise Uncanny X-Men #444 (2004) Powers: Enhanced strength.
Naiad Aurelie Sabayon Confirmed depowered in Decimation: House of M—The Day After (2006), and possibly died in the bus explosion in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).

Powers: Breathes water.

Pinpoint Gerard Cooper Powers: High-range telescopic vision.
Trovao Pedro de Noli Powers: Generates sonic booms.
Umbra Patrick Nesbitt Powers: Controls darkness.
Xenon Shaun Kennedy Powers: Generates light blasts.
Paragons (Wolfsbane's squad, then Karma's, and finally Magma's)

This squad's name was seen on the field day results in New X-Men: Academy X #10 (2005).
They first appeared in New X-Men: Academy X #12 (2005) and disbanded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).

Wolf Cub Nicholas Gleason Chamber #1 (2002) Killed by Donald Pierce in Young X-Men #5 (2008).
Match Ben Hamill New Mutants, vol. 2 #7 (2004) Squad leader. May have been seen in New X-Men #123 (2002) but unconfirmed.
Specter Dallas Gibson New Mutants, vol. 2 #10 (2004) Founding member of the Paragons squad, but switched teams with DJ and joined the Corsairs.
DJ Mark Sheppard New X-Men: Academy X #2 (2004) Former member of the Corsairs squad who switched with Specter and joined the Paragons.
Pixie Megan Gwynn New X-Men: Academy X #5 (2004) Member of the X-Men.
Trance Hope Abbott
Preview Jessica "Jessie" Vale New X-Men: Academy X #12 (2005) Confirmed depowered in New X-Men, vol. 2 #20 (2006) but still alive. Sister of Network, who died in the bus explosion in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).

Powers: Precognition.

Alpha Squadron (Northstar's squad and then Karma's)

This squad's name was seen on the field day results in New X-Men: Academy X #4 (2004).
They first appeared in New X-Men: Academy X #13 (2005) and disbanded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).

Rubbermaid Andrea Marguiles X-Treme X-Men #20 (2003) Depowered. Killed when the bus sending depowered students home exploded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).

Powers: Elastic and malleable body.

Anole Victor Borkowski New Mutants, vol. 2 #2 (2003) Squad leader.
Loa Alani Ryan New X-Men: Academy X #5 (2004)
Indra Paras Gavaskar New X-Men: Academy X #7 (2005) Has a sister in the Lower School.
Kidogo Lazaro Kotikash New X-Men: Academy X #13 (2005) Powers: Micromorph able to shrink down to a height of four inches.
Network Sarah Vale Depowered. Sister of Preview, who is depowered but still alive. Killed when the bus sending depowered students home exploded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).

Powers: Technopath capable of talking with and controlling machines.

Chevaliers (Gambit's squad)

This squad first appeared in X-Men, vol. 2 #171 (2005) and disbanded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006). Named in 2010.[16]

Bling! Roxanne "Roxy" Washington X-Men, vol. 2 #171 (2005)
Flubber Nick Shelley Powers: Rubbery body.
Onyxx Sidney Green Squad leader.
Rain Boy Carl Aalston More than likely depowered.

Powers: Exists as a form of sentient water; must contain himself in a special suit that allows negligible amounts of his water form to be expelled for attacks.

Foxx
a.k.a. Mystique
Unrevealed (alias: Raven Darkhölme) Mystique infiltrated the Xavier Institute while posing as student Foxx from X-Men, vol. 2 #171 (2005) to X-Men, vol. 2 #172 (2005). She was then discovered by the X-Men and voted in as a probationary member.
Other member? The squads were each meant to have six members, but only four were shown before Foxx/Mystique's arrival. The other may have already died, or Gambit's squad may have been in the process of being formed when they first appeared and they never achieved a full roster.
Storm's Squad

This squad never appeared on panel and was never given a name. Existence confirmed in 2010.[16] It disbanded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).

Gentle Nezhno Abidemi New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006) Confirmed as a member of Storm's squad. The only previously unseen student to retain his powers.
5 other students Each squad was supposed to have six students, so there should have been five other members. They are more than likely now depowered and may have been on the bus when it exploded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).
Exemplars (Beast's squad)

This squad was mentioned but never appeared on panel. Existence confirmed and partial roster revealed in 2010.[16] It disbanded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).

Angel Angel Salvadore Bohusk New X-Men, vol. 1 #118 (2001) Depowered, as revealed in Exiles, vol. 1 #72 (2006). Served for a time as a member of Donyell Taylor's New Warriors with the codename Tempest and technology-based powers
5 other students Each squad was supposed to have six students, so there should have been five other members. They are more than likely now depowered and may have been on the bus when it exploded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).
Paladins (Kitty Pryde's squad)

This squad never appeared on panel. Existence confirmed and partial roster revealed in 2010.[16] It disbanded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).

Wing Edward Tancredi Astonishing X-Men, vol. 3 #3 (2004) Depowered by Ord's cure in Astonishing X-Men, vol. 3 #4 (2004). Committed suicide in Astonishing X-Men, vol. 3 #7 (2005).

Powers: Flight.

Armor Hisako Ichiki Astonishing X-Men, vol. 3 #4 (2004) Member of the X-Men.
4 other students Each squad was supposed to have six students, so there should have been four other members. They are more than likely now depowered and may have been on the bus when it exploded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).
Excelsiors (Iceman's squad)

This squad was mentioned but never appeared on panel, and its roster was never revealed. Existence confirmed in 2010.[16] It disbanded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).

6 students Each squad was supposed to have six students, so the Excelsiors presumably did as well. They are more than likely now depowered and may have been on the bus when it exploded in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).
Lower school

The Lower School, made up of the students who are too young to be in a squad was left in Karma's charge.

Jeffrey Garrett Jeffrey Garrett X-Treme X-Men #20 (2003) Died while teleporting during Kuan-Yin Xorn's attack on the school in New X-Men, vol. 1 #147 (2003). "Survived" as a ghost in New X-Men: Academy X #9 (2005). Disappeared after M-Day, supporting the theory that his "ghost" state was an aspect of his powers. As of New X-Men, vol. 2 #21 (2006), he is presumed dead following his disappearance.

Powers: Teleportation; "ghost" form.

Leong Coy Manh Leong Coy Manh New Mutants, vol. 2 #4 (2003) Karma's brother.

Powers: None.

Nga Coy Manh Nga Coy Manh Karma's sister.

Powers: None.

Students with no squad known (2003–2006)[edit]

Here are the students who were shown but whose squads are not known or who died or left the Institute before joining one. It is likely that some of them were members of squads whose full rosters have not yet been revealed, including the Exemplars, the Excelsiors, the Paladins, Storm's squad, and possibly the Chevaliers.

Codename Real name First appearance Notes
Aero Melody Guthrie New Mutants, vol. 1 #42 (1986) Depowered, as confirmed in New X-Men, vol. 2 #20 (2006). Sister of Cannonball, Husk, and Icarus.

Powers: Flight.

Forearm Marcus Tucker New X-Men, vol. 1 #117 (2001) Depowered as of New Avengers #19 (2006).
Cephalopod Molly Stanwick

Powers: Tentacles.

Crater Erik Hallgrimsson

Powers: Enhanced durability.

Pako Cirlio Crisologo His name was seen on a tombstone in the Xavier Institute graveyard in New X-Men, vol. 2, so he was most likely slain when Kuan-Yin Xorn destroyed the mansion.

Powers: Plant body.

Esme and Sophie Cuckoo Esme Cuckoo New X-Men, vol. 1 #118 (2001) Died in New X-Men, vol. 1 #150 (2004).

Powers: Same as the other Cuckoos.

Sophie Cuckoo Died in New X-Men, vol. 1 #137 (2003). She was briefly brought back by Kid Omega in X-Men: Phoenix – Endsong #4 (2005) but killed herself again rather than being with him.

Powers: Same as the other Cuckoos.

Choir Irina Clayton
Eosimias Hong Lianje New X-Men, vol. 1 #123 (2002) Powers: Tiger-like appearance.
Mentat Robert Zepheniah New X-Men, vol. 1 #124 (2002)

Powers: Telepath.

Contact Frida Rivera New X-Men, vol. 1 #126 (2002) Powers: Psychometry.
Spike Gary Walsh Apparently confirmed depowered in New Avengers.

Powers: Extends spikes from his body.

Stalwart Adewale Ekoku Powers: Bulks up to enhance strength.
Keratin Dave Finn Powers: Clawed fingers.
Polymer Dana Holmes Powers: Sprays viscous liquid; telepath.
Imp Anders Nobel Powers: Horned appearance.
Ruth Durie Ruth Durie X-Men Unlimited, vol. 2 #36 (2002) Powers: Small tail.
Eleanor Sandford Eleanor Sandford Powers: Spotted body.
Cipher Alisa Tager New X-Men, vol. 1 #127 (2002) (behind the scenes) Secret Xavier Institute student who originally was only known to Cyclops and Jean Grey and did not have a squad. Eventually joined the X-Men-In-Training squad in Young X-Men #8 (2008) after assisting them behind the scenes.
Butterfly Lucy Priest New X-Men, vol. 1 #131 (2002) Powers: Winged flight.
Skywalker Unrevealed New X-Men, vol. 1 #131 (2002) (mentioned) Mentioned but never identified. Confirmed depowered in New Avengers #19 (2006).

Powers: Flight.

Squid-Boy Samuel "Sammy" Pare Uncanny X-Men #410 (2002) It was said that Iceman's squad was "lighter since the accident." It has been theorized that Exodus's attack (which resulted in Sammy's death) was the accident in question and that Sammy was therefore a member of Iceman's squad, the Excelsiors. Killed by Black Tom Cassidy in X-Men, vol. 2 #162 (2004).

Powers: Aquatic abilities.

Carter Ghazikhanian Carter Ghazikhanian Uncanny X-Men #411 (2002) Left with his mother, nurse Annie Ghazikhanian, and an unknown friend.

Powers: Telepathy and telekinesis.

Slick Quincy Marrow New X-Men, vol. 1 #134 (2003) Confirmed depowered in New Avengers #18 (2006).
Was small and had pointy ears but used his illusory powers to look like a handsome guy.

Powers: Illusory self-image.

Elf Natalie Wood Powers: Generates solid-photon objects.
Gloom Jordan Lewis X-Treme X-Men #20 (2003) Confirmed depowered in New Avengers #18 (2006).

Powers: Shadow generation.

Overlay Zach Halliwell Confirmed depowered in New Avengers #18 (2006).

Powers: Able to psionically imprint primal characteristics of any animal onto another.

Silicon Stan Finch More than likely depowered.

Powers: Fluid body.

Tantra Reuben O'Hara Confirmed depowered in New Avengers #18 (2006).

Powers: Elephant form, manipulate emotions.

Saurus Jorge Lukas His name was seen on a tombstone in the Xavier Institute graveyard in New X-Men, vol. 2, so he was most likely slain when Kuan-Yin Xorn destroyed the mansion.

Powers: Reptilian form.

Longneck William Hanover New X-Men, vol. 1 #140 (2003) Former member of the Street Team X-Men. Confirmed depowered in New Avengers #18 (2006).
Walter Lambert Walter Lambert Chamber #4 (2003) Human exchange student from Empire State University.

Powers: None.

Marie D'Ancanto Marie D'Ancanto X-Treme X-Men #31 (2003) Human student. An anti-mutant terrorist who was given a second chance by the X-Men when their lawyer, Evangeline Whedon, got her probation and hired her as an assistant.

Powers: None.

Gelatin Carlo Brewster New Mutants, vol. 2 #7 (2004) Powers: Gelatin form.
Spencer Bronson Spencer Bronson Mystique #11 (2004) Powers: Psychic mind control.
Cryptid Andy Hartnell X-Men Unlimited, vol. 2 #1 (2004) Powers: Bestial form.
Skylark Greg Carlson X-Men Unlimited, vol. 2 #2 (2004) Powers: Arms transform into wings.
Hitch-Hiker Connor Laughlin X-Men Unlimited, vol. 2 #6 (2004) Connor was a psionic mutant with an immunodeficiency that required him to be kept in a sterilized room in a hospital at all times.

Powers: Psionic possession.

Spirit Jacob Pace X-Men Unlimited, vol. 2 #7 (2004) Unable to solidify, he was dispersed in X-Men Unlimited, vol. 2 #7 (2004).

Powers: Body transforms into air.

Caput Abraham Verne New Mutants, vol. 2 #7 (2004) Powers: Living energy animating skeleton.
Viskid Adrian Defoe Powers: Sticky liquid form.
Updraft Johan Schumann Wolverine, vol. 3 #21 (2004) Powers: Flight.
Hothead Germaine Caruso New X-Men, vol. 1 #155 (2004) Mindee Cuckoo's boyfriend. Killed by a mobster in New X-Men, vol. 1 #156 (2004).

Powers: Pyrokinesis.

Blindfold Ruth Aldine Astonishing X-Men, vol. 3 #7 (2005)
Audio Raymond Keyes New X-Men: Academy X #1 (2004) Powers: Wide-frequency hearing.
Cudgel Liam Bremner X-Men Unlimited, vol. 2 #10 (2005) Powers: Arms transform into metal mallets.
Elsewhere Jaime Vanderwall Powers: Teleporter.
Iolanthe Katie Atkinson Powers: Fairy-winged flight.
Lipid Anne Moore Powers: Generates viscous liquid.
Pinocchio Frank Ludlum Powers: Turns into wood.
Protozoa Linus Sinker Powers: Dissolved into an amoeba-like state.
Flood Eugene Walker Gambit, vol. 4 #10 (2005) Powers: Hydrokinetic.
View Winston Frankowski Powers: Ultraviolet and infrared vision.
Seth Walker Seth Walker Nightcrawler #4 (2005) Human student who strangely was not shown among the remaining powered students in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).

Powers: Non-mutant innate magic user.

Hydro Noah Crichton New X-Men, vol. 2 #20 (2006) Depowered. Drowned in New X-Men, vol. 2 #20 (2006) when he lost his powers.


Powers: Amphibious abilities.

Amber Amber New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006) Depowered young girl. Died following the bus explosion in New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (2006).


Powers: Unknown.

Collider James Prindle Generation M #4 (2006) Confirmed depowered in Generation M #4 (2006).

Powers: Alchemical transmutator.

Other unnamed students Many students were shown but were never given names, while others were probably neither shown nor named.

Unofficial[edit]

The following are teams who have used the name of X-Men without express permission of the official X-Men, sometimes opposed to the X-Men altogether, to announce and/or promote themselves to the public.

Cerebro's X-Men (1998)[edit]

Character Real name Notes
The Grey King Addison Falk Amalgam of Jean Grey, Sebastian Shaw, and Brian Braddock.
Mercury Originally was to be called Silverface. Amalgam of Colossus, Wolverine and Magneto.
Rapture Sister Joy Originally was to be called Spook. Amalgam of Mystique, Nightcrawler, Shadowcat and Archangel.
Landslide Lee Broder Originally was to be called Fastball. Amalgam of Beast, Blob, Sabretooth, Banshee, and Quicksilver.
Xaos Daniel Dash Amalgam of Cyclops and Havok.
Crux Cristal Lemieux Originally was to be called Geisher. Amalgam of Iceman, Sunfire, Storm, Avalanche and Jubilee.

Great Lakes X-Men (2005–2006)[edit]

Codename Real name Joined in Notes
Served a cease and desist for his team's use of the Avengers name, Mr. Immortal reorganized the Great Lakes Avengers into a team of unofficial X-Men.
They have since changed their name to first Great Lakes Champions and then Great Lakes Initiative.
Mister Immortal Craig Hollis G.L.A. #4 (2005) Leader.
Powers: True immortality, resurrecting instantly upon death.
Flatman Dr. Val Ventura Powers: Two-dimensional body.
Doorman DeMarr Davis Powers: Teleportation, but only into an adjacent room.
Big Bertha Ashley Crawford Powers: Can increase her levels of body fat.
Squirrel Girl Doreen Green Powers: Controls squirrels.
Tippy-Toe Tippy-Toe Powers: Higher-than-usual intelligence (for a squirrel).

Norman Osborn's X-Men (2009–2010)[edit]

Character Real name Notes
A team of X-Men assembled by Norman Osborn during the "Utopia" storyline as part of the overarching "Dark Reign" event.
Mystique Unrevealed (alias: Raven Darkhölme) Originally posed as Professor Charles Xavier for Norman Osborn's P.R. purposes; later posing as Jean Grey.
Black Queen Emma Frost Former leader.
Namor the Sub-Mariner Namor McKenzie Added to the team by Emma Frost. Defected to the X-Men.
Wolverine Daken Akihiro Placed on the team by Norman Osborn to "be the gateway brand" between Osborn's Avengers and X-Men.
Mimic Calvin Montgomery Rankin
Omega Michael Pointer Former member of Omega Flight.
Cloak Tyrone Johnson Defected to the X-Men when Emma Frost asked them to.
Dagger Tandy Bowen
Dark Beast Henry Philip McCoy (Earth-295) Team scientist.

In other media[edit]

Television series[edit]

Film series[edit]

Ancillary teams[edit]

Alternate universe[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ New X-Men, vol. 2 #46 (2008)
  2. ^ X-Factor, vol. 1 #1 (1986)
  3. ^ X-Force, vol. 3 #1 (2008)
  4. ^ Lemire, Jeff (2015). Extraordinary X-Men #1. Marvel Comics. 
  5. ^ Decimation: House of M – The Day After [2006]
  6. ^ Bendis, Brian (2015). Uncanny X-Men vol. 1 #600. Marvel Comics. 
  7. ^ New Mutants #10 (2010)
  8. ^ Uncanny X-Men #503 (2010)
  9. ^ New Warriors, vol. 4 #16 (2008)
  10. ^ Vengeance #1 (2011)
  11. ^ Spider-Island: Cloak & Dagger #3
  12. ^ Spider-Island: Cloak & Dagger #2
  13. ^ Deadpool, vol. 4 #16–18 (2009)
  14. ^ Uncanny X-Men, vol. 3 #17 (2014)
  15. ^ Nick Bradshaw. "X-Men: Regenesis teaser". Retrieved 1 July 2012. 
  16. ^ a b c d e f Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z, vol. 13 (2010)
  17. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Hindsight (Part 1)"
  18. ^ "Hindsight (Part 3)"