List of all X-Men comic book characters
List of All Uncanny X-Men Members
List of all X-Men comic book characters : All Uncanny X-Men Members
This is a complete roster of all X-Men comic book characters, and X-Men team members with images. What Marvel Comics characters are in the X-Men? This is a complete list of students, alumni, and mutants that went through Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters and Xavier's School for Higher Learning.
The X-Men started out in 1963. Back then the original X-Men lineup included the X-Men mutants Cyclops, Iceman, Angel, Beast, and Jean Grey, led by Professor X, all with extraordinary powers. It wasn't until much later that popular X-Men members like Gambit, Wolverine, and more X-Men female characters like Rogue, Psylocke, and Storm joined the X-Men team.
Whether living, dead, or resurrected, everyone has their favorite X-Men character. The X-Men are the team of super powered mutants that used the school as a base of operations (the school got trashed a few times over the years). What mutants are in X-Men?
While, as you can see, all X-Men characters and the names changed dramatically over the years, the X-Men have a wonderful history of maintaining a roster of some of the most interesting characters in Marvel comic books. You'll be able to find all your favorites in this list of X-Men.
Sooraya Qadir, Joins the Hellions students and then the X-Men-In-Training squad. Powers: Turns into a living sandstorm.,
Celeste Cuckoo, Mindee Cuckoo, Phoebe Cuckoo, The Cuckoos are the 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.,
William Hanover, Confirmed depowered in New Avengers #18 (2006). Powers: Elongated neck.,
Marcus Tucker, Confirmed depowered in New Avengers #18 (2006). Powers: Extended forearms.,
alsoRANKED #21 on The Best Comic Book Characters Created by Rob Liefeld
Joshua Foley, Former member of the New Mutants training squad. When the X-Men reformed in San Francisco, Elixir joined the X-Force squad. Powers: Omega level healer, capable of controlling all biological structures, transmuting objects, bringing back the dead, and killing through touch.,
Julian Keller, Former leader of the Hellions training squad. Powers: Telekinesis, used for flight, blasts of telekinetic energy, force fields, and lifting and moving objects.,
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Cessily Kincaid, Former member of the Hellions training squad. Powers: Body made of malleable, non-toxic mercury that can be shaped into various forms; can cling to walls; does not require nutrition or air.,
Noriko Ashida, 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.,
Victor Borkowski, New X-Men (vol. 2) #41 (2007), Former leader of the Alpha Squadron training squad. Powers: Reptilian mutation causing green, scaly skin; spiked head carapace; prehensile, sticky tongue; superhuman agility, speed, reflexes, coordination, and balance; wallcrawling; camouflage; and regeneration of limbs in an enhanced, clawed form.
Prodigy (David Alleyne)
David Alleyne, New X-Men (vol. 2) #43 (2007), Former co-leader of the New Mutants training squad. He lost his powers on M-Day, as confirmed in New X-Men (vol. 2) #20 (2006), but later joined (and became the second leader of) the X-Men-In-Training squad despite this. 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.
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.
Eric Gitter, Human who joined Pierce's X-Men squad and thought he was a mutant because 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.,
Nicholas Gleason, Former member of the Paragons Squad. Deceased: 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. Also possesses razor-sharp claws and fangs, a full-body coat of fur, and pointed ears.,
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.
Alani Ryan, Runaways (vol. 3) #10 (2009), Former member of the Alpha Squadron training squad. Powers: Disintegrates matter by phasing through it.
Ben Hamill, Former leader of the Paragons training squad. Powers: Fire manipulation; body perpetually aflame.,
Sidney Green, Former leader of the Chevaliers training squad. Deceased: 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.,
Paras Gavaskar, X-Men: Legacy #226 (2009), Former member of the Alpha Squadron training squad. Powers: Can cover his body with armored plates; purple skin.
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.
Unrevealed, Former member of the Morlocks. Founding member of the X-Force squad of X-Men. Deceased: Killed on X-Force's first mission, in New X-Men (vol. 2) #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; claw-like fingernails.,
Rahne Sinclair, Removed from the team roster after the events of X-Force (vol. 3) #25 (2010). See above (New Mutants Graduate X-Men).,
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. Presumed deceased: Shot multiple times before teleporting away in New Mutants (vol. 3) #13 (2010). Was still talking when last seen on panel, so possibly still alive. Considered missing in action by the X-Men. Powers: Teleportation.
Dr. Yuriko Takiguchi
Dr. Kavita Rao
Michael Pointer, Former member of Omega Flight.,
Russell Collins (Rusty Collins)
Russell "Rusty" Collins was a mutant who could create and manipulate heat and flame. He joined with many of the big mutant teams, however he didn't stay with any of them for too long. He shared a long-term relationship with fellow mutant Skids before his untimely death.
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.,
Julio Esteban Richter, Depowered as an effect of M-Day; currently a member of X-Factor Investigations.,
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. Currently a member of X-Factor Investigations.
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Maria Callasantos, Confirmed in Decimation: House of M - The Day After (2006) that she was depowered on M-Day. Killed by Sabretooth.,
alsoRANKED #12 on The Best Comic Book Characters Created by Rob Liefeld
Bird Boy, New Mutants (vol. 1) #55 (1987), An Ani-Mate.
alsoRANKED #7 on The Most Ridiculous Superheroes Ever
Gosamyr, New Mutants (vol. 1) #67 (1988), An alien.
Arthur Maddicks, New Mutants (vol. 1) #77 (1989), Depowered as an effect of M-Day, as confirmed in New Avengers. Powers: Image projection.
Leech, Powers: Power dampening.,
alsoRANKED #27 on The Most Ridiculous Superheroes Ever#30 on X-Men Characters Who Deserve Their Own Movie
Vanessa Carlysle, New Mutants (vol. 1) #98 (1991), Joined impersonating Domino. Deceased. See below (X-Force).
alsoRANKED #14 on The Best Comic Book Characters Created by Rob Liefeld
Alphonsus Lefszycic, ,
Moon-Boy resembles a small, furry humanoid. He is best known as the constant companion of Devil Dinosaur.
Being primarily a supporting character to Devil Dinosaur, Moon-Boy has yet to be the lead character in a comic book series of his own. His appearances in print have been invariably linked to the appearances of Devil Dinosaur. Moon-Boy made his debut in Devil Dinosaur #1 (April 1978) and was a continuing character in all nine issues of the series' run. Since the cancellation of the original Devil Dinosaur series, Moon-Boy's appearances have coincided with Devil Dinosaur's various cameo appearances, supporting roles, and one-shot comics.
The team of Devil Dinosaur and Moon-Boy was created by artist Jack Kirby who scripted and penciled all issues of the first Devil Dinosaur series. Kirby's intent was for the duo to be inhabitants of Earth's prehistoric past as evidenced by a title on the cover of Devil Dinosaur #1 which proclaims Moon-Boy to be the "first human." Some later writers of the characters retconned the pair to be mutants from an alien world, while more recent writers have written them as being from Dinosaur World (Earth-78411), a planet located in a parallel universe contained within the Marvel Multiverse. The main continuity in the Marvel Multiverse where Kirby intended the pair to originate from is sometimes referred to as "Earth-616."
Moon-Boy was born into a tribe of intelligent, fur-covered, ape-like humanoids known as the "Small-Folk". The Small-Folk were hunter-gatherers that made their home in the "Valley of Flame", a region of numerous active volcanoes. Moon-Boy's connection with Devil Dinosaur began as a young boy when he came across a female dinosaur being attacked by a rival tribe known as the "Killer-Folk". The female was killed, as well as two of her three young. The third did not die however, but was transformed when the Killer-Folk attempted to burn him to death with their torches. The fire permanently scorched the young dinosaur's skin bright red. Moon-Boy cared for the orphaned creature after its ordeal and named him "Devil".
Ostracized from his tribe because of his association with Devil, Moon-Boy and his red companion became wanderers. Devil and Moon-Boy's wanderings eventually took them to distant times and worlds. First, they encountered extraterrestrials. Next they encountered Godzilla, who had been transported to Moonboy and Devil Dinosaur's alternate Earth. In time, they encountered the Fallen Angels. They traveled to Earth, and temporarily took up residence with the Fallen Angels in New York City. After several trips to the modern era of Earth-616 via magic, time travel, and teleportation by mutants, the pair eventually settled in the Savage Land of Earth-616.
While residing in the Savage Land, the forgotten world was invaded by the power hungry Roxxon Oil Company. Ka-Zar, ruler of the Savage Land, recruited Moon-Boy and Devil Dinosaur to help fight off the invasion, and Moon-Boy proved his worth as fighter during the following war.
Later, Moon-Boy became separated from Devil when he was removed from the Savage Land and taken to New York City by the Heroes for Hire mercenary team who were hired by S.H.I.E.L.D. scientists to retrieve the "Homo habilis" so that they might study his DNA.
Moon-Boy would remain under the custody of S.H.I.E.L.D. for some time, which drove Devil into a sort of saurian depression causing him to refuse to hunt or even to eat food given to him. This came to the attention of Stegron, the dinosaur man, who feared for the life of the beast, and left the Savage Land secretly to wage war upon S.H.I.E.L.D. Using an army of reanimated dinosaurs, Stegron attacked base after base searching for Moon-Boy, and was only stopped by the Fifty State Initiative. However, once learning the motive behind Stegron's attacks, the Initiative recruit Reptil, smuggled Moon-Boy out of the country and returned him to the Savage Land, where he was reunited with his companion.
Powers and abilities : Moon-Boy has lifelong experience at foraging and general survival in the wild. He is somehow able to understand the guttural noises of his companion Devil Dinosaur as language. Moon-Boy has little experience with civilized culture and/or behavior. He is extremely hairy, with thick fur covering all but his palms, soles, and face. Moon-Boy often goes about unclothed; his thick pelt of animal-like hair provides sufficient protection from the elements.
Jesse Aaronson, X-Force (vol. 1) #85 (1999), Deceased: Died in Uncanny X-Men #423 (2003).
Lila Cheney, X-Force (vol. 1) #19 (1992), Currently lives in her Dyson sphere.
Gloria Dolores Muñoz, X-Force (vol. 1) #51, Associate of Warpath.
Guido Carosella, Former bodyguard of Lila Cheney. Powers: Rechannels kinetic energy into physical strength.,
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