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.
Regan Wyngarde, X-Men (vol. 2) #192 (2006), Former ally of Sebastian Shaw; daughter of Mastermind and half-sister of Martinique Jason. Former member of the X-Men who defected to the Marauders, revealing herself as a double agent. Currently a member of the Sisterhood of Mutants. Powers: Projection of extremely realistic illusions into the minds of others; minor telepathy.
Victor Creed, Longtime foe of the X-Men and Wolverine. Formerly a 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 he was basically a prisoner while a member. Deceased: Killed by Wolverine in Wolverine (vol. 3) #55 (2007). Powers: Superhuman strength, enhanced senses, healing factor, and razor-sharp claws and teeth. Highly resistant to telepathic detection and control.,
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Karima Shapandar, Omega Prime Sentinel. Former member of the Genoshan Excalibur, the X-Men, and an Indian police force. Possessed by the Marauder Malice and forced to betray the team. Now cured. Last seen attending Cable's memorial service on Utopia. Powers: Cyborg; possesses 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.,
Hisako Ichiki, Astonishing X-Men (vol. 3) #20 (2007), Member of the X-Men and a former student at the Xavier Institute. Currently seen in Astonishing X-Men and Uncanny X-Men. Powers: Ability to generate psionic body armor that grants superhuman strength and durability.
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. Romantically involved with Warpath. Last seen in S.W.O.R.D. Powers: Enhanced agility, speed, and reflexes; retractable claws, superhuman senses, mind-altering pheromones, and night vision due to alien physiology (not a mutant).
Megan Gywnn, X-Men Free Comic Book Day (2008), Formerly a member of the X-Men-In-Training squad (2006?2008) and a student of the Xavier Institute; recruited after assisting the X-Men in stopping an N'Garai invasion. Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men. Powers: Flight, hallucinatory dust, magical soul knife, and limited magic abilities, including teleportation.
Roberto 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 Cannonball's New Mutants squad. Currently seen in New Mutants. Powers: Absorption of solar energy provides super strength, energy blasts, and flight.
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Jeanne-Marie Beaubier, Secret Invasion: X-Men #2 (2008), Twin sister of Northstar and former member of Alpha Flight. First joined the X-Men in San Francisco during the Skrull invasion. Last seen in Uncanny X-Men. Powers: Superhuman speed and durability, flight, and light generation.
Amara Juliana Oliva Aquilla, Secret Invasion: X-Men #4 (2009), Former member of the original New Mutants and the Hellions. Although she wasn't a part of the X-Men at the time, she had U.N. X-Treme Sanctions Executive status while a resident of Xavier's and a member of the teaching staff. Joined the X-Men when they relocated to San Francisco and currently a member of Cannonball's New Mutants squad. Currently seen in New Mutants. Powers: Geokinetic powers allow her to create earthquakes and volcanoes. Can project heat and flame and transform into living magma.
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 serves as a member of the X-Club, striving to reverse the effects of M-Day. Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men. Powers: Telekinetic ability to reshape metal, plastic, and glass.
Illyana 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 after they re-formed in San Francisco and currently serves on Cannonball's New Mutants squad. Currently seen in New Mutants. Powers: Creation of teleportation disks and spells; wears magical armor and wields the Soulsword.
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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. Currently seen in Uncanny X-Men. Powers: Amphibious physiology; superhuman strength, speed, agility, durability, and longevity; bioelectrical powers. Telepathic control over marine life.
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Neena Thurman, Uncanny X-Men #514 (2009), Former member of Cable's Six Pack and X-Force. Joined Cycops's secret X-Force strike force before joining the main X-Men during the Proposition X riots and the battle with Norman Osborn's Avengers and X-Men. Currently seen in X-Force and Uncanny X-Men. Powers: Probability manipulation and good luck.
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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. Deceased: Killed by a missile blowing up the Jeep she was in during X-Men: Legacy #235 (2010). 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.
Douglas 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. Currently seen in New Mutants. Powers: Omnilingual.
Laura Kinney, X-Men: Second Coming #1 (2010), Female clone of Wolverine who has 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 Uncanny X-Men. Powers: Superhuman tracking skills, heightened senses, healing factor, poison and fatigue immunity, and two adamantium-covered bone claws on each arm, with another on each foot.
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Henry P. McCoy (Earth 295), X-Men Unlimited (vol. 1) #10 (1996), Version of Beast from the Age of Apocalypse timeline who briefly infiltrated the X-Men, replacing the original Beast. Currently a member of Norman Osborn's X-Men. 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.
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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.
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Jessica Drew, Uncanny X-Men 148 (1981), Ally of the X-Men against Caliban, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, and the Juggernaut, Black Tom Cassidy, and Siryn. Ex-agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. and HYDRA. Member of the New Avengers and agent of S.W.O.R.D. Currently seen in Avengers. 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.
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Unrevealed, Uncanny X-Men #211 (1986), First and former leader of the Morlocks. An ally of the X-Men, she 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 with Marrow and the X-Cell. Powers: Formerly enhanced reflexes, senses, and coordination.
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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. Believed killed by the Marauders before X-Men (vol. 2) #200 (2007), but recently seen in Secret Warriors. Powers: Teleportation and opening of trans-spacial portals; telepathy and omniscience.
Pietro 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 Avengers Academy Powers: Superhuman speed, agility, and reflexes.
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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.
Monet St. Croix, Uncanny X-Men #410 (2002), Former member of Generation X and X-Corporation. Took a temporary leave from X-Corporation to battle Black Tom Cassidy with the X-Men. She was referred to as being "on loan" from X-Corporation, but she has also been referred to as a former X-Man on a few occasions. However, since she has never been recognized by Marvel as an official X-Men member, her X-Men status is unclear. Currently a founding member of X-Factor Investigations. Currently seen in X-Factor. Powers: Superhuman strength, durability, reflexes, coordination, hearing, and vision; flight and telepathy.
Wade Wilson, Cable & Deadpool #8 (2004), Ex-cancer victim who was given a healing factor after involvement with Weapon X. Hired as a mercenary by the X-Men to take down Cable. Given his own X-Men costume (one standard and one like 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 X-Men member under Domino's supervision, although this status didn't last long (Deadpool (vol. 4) #16?18 ). Currently seen in Deadpool, Deadpool Team-Up, Deapool Corps, and Uncanny X-Force Powers: Superhuman healing factor, "bodyslide" teleportation; augmented strength, speed, agility, endurance, and reflexes; cursed immortality.
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Augustus, X-Men (vol. 2) #181 (2004), Partnered with Mystique when she joined the X-Men. May have been considered a member during his tenure at the Xavier Institute. Current status unknown. Powers: Emits a pulsing energy that disables mutant powers and certain electronic devices.
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 gained the status of X-Men member, but he helped fight against the Shi'ar. He is currently a member of the Starjammers. Last seen in War of Kings. Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, reflexes, and durability. While wielding the Phoenix Blade, he possessed the ability to fly and shoot energy blasts.
Nekra Sinclair, Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Exodus #1 (2009), Former Lethal Legion member. Resident of the X-Men's island base, Utopia, who actively defended the island alongside the X-Men. Last seen residing on Utopia with the X-Men. Powers: Her hate and rage can be converted to superhuman strength and invulnerability; fangs and claws.
Santo Vaccarro, Former member of the Hellions training squad. Powers: Psionic entity who takes a "golem" form by assimilating and adapting surrounding rock and earth into a gestalt shell with superhuman strength, durability, and endurance; can expel his limbs and detonate and reform the shell at will.,
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. Her membership status is unconfirmed, though Cyclops has at least implied that she was a member. Deceased: Killed by Mortis in X-Force (vol. 3) #23 during Selene's attack on Utopia. Powers: Superhuman physical resistance.
Hector Rendoza, Confirmed depowered on M-Day in New Avengers #18 (2006). Powers: Transparent skin, and is able to displace the effects of his powers by making others look transparent to him and appearing normal to others.,
Leyu Yoshida, Half-sister of X-Man Sunfire. Died in Uncanny X-Men #404 (2002). Alternate version of her arrived and joined the Japanese hero team Big Hero 6. Powers: Flight, plasma blasts, ability to view infrared, radiation immunity.,
Joanna Cargill, A member of Magneto's Acolytes and formerly known as Frenzy of the Alliance of Evil. She also helped the X-Men defend Utopia from Norman Osborn's Avengers and X-Men. Powers: Superhuman strength, endurance, stamina and steel-hard skin; resistance to injury and temperature extremes. Brainwashed into joining by Jean Grey.,
Charlie-Cluster 7, Former Weapon X agent. Artificially made mutant. Tagged along with Wolverine and Agent Zero on a quest against Weapon X. May have joined the main X-Men team during the "Nation X" storyline, but this is still unclear. Powers: Has illusion casting powers; nano-active blood; multiple processing brains; enhanced senses, strength, speed, endurance, and agility; and the ability to hear frequencies inaudible to humans. Fantomex also has a separate, symbiotic nervous system named E.V.A. (see below).,
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 New X-Men (vol. 1) series. Lost his powers after Decimation, and has since joined the New Warriors and gained new abilities. Powers: Currently has a power suit that grants him enhanced vision, flight, superhuman strength, and energy blasts. Formerly had a mutation which gave him an avian physiology, light bones, beak, feathers, superhuman endurance and gliding.,
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