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Publication information
Publisher Marvel Comics
First appearance What If (Vol. 2) #105 (1998)
Created by Tom DeFalco
Ron Frenz
In-story information
Base(s) X-Mansion (New Jersey location)

Angry Eagle


The X-People are a fictional comic book superhero team in the Marvel Universe. They exist in MC2, an alternate future timeline of the main Marvel continuity. The team has appeared in the MC2 series J2 and Spider-Girl. They are their future's incarnation of the X-Men.

Fictional team biography[edit]

The X-People were formed by Jubilee, who was a former member of the X-Men, Generation X, and the Avengers. Due to the decrease in anti-mutant sentiment (caused by the sacrifice of the X-Men to save the Earth), the now more mature and experienced Jubilee decided to start a new version of the X-Men (her "X-People") and began taking on mutant heroes for training. Some of her first students were not very dedicated (such as the speedster Bluestreak, who left due to the lack of publicity the X-People garnered). However, Jubilee found four exceptional heroes (the high flying Angry Eagle, the ape-like Simian, the stretchable Spanner, and the superfast Torque) to form her core team.

Like her mentor, Charles Xavier, Jubilee sought out mutants in trouble as well, such as Nancy Lu, a mutant who was being harassed by anti-mutant vandals. The X-People continue to carry out the heroic ideals set by the X-Men.


Jubilee (Jubilation Lee)
Team leader of the X-People, has the power to fire blasts of pyrotechnic plasma.
Angry Eagle 
Native American youth with large bird-like wings on his back that allow him to fly. Angry Eagle carries stun-daggers, which he can throw with superb accuracy.
Australian teenager with gorilla-like strength and agility.
Moody, arrogant teen with superhuman speed and reflexes. He can spin so fast that he creates a miniature tornado around himself.
A beautiful blonde with the ability to stretch her body like Mister Fantastic.
Push (Nancy Lu)
A telekinetic; formerly a classmate of May Parker (Spider-Girl), Lu was forced out of her town by anti-mutant protestors.

Former and honorary members[edit]

Bluestreak (Blue Kelso)
Super speedster who left the team for more fame and recognition as a member of A-Next.
J2 (Zane Yama)
Son of the Juggernaut, he was given honorary status after he saved the team from the mind control of the villainess Enthralla.
Wild Thing (Rina Logan)
Daughter of Wolverine and Elektra. Wild Thing was made an honorary member after she defeated the entire team in a practice session.

External links[edit]

  • Bios at Spider-Girl/MC2 fansite