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Emma Grace Frost/White Queen

First appeared as a villainess who tended to underdress for the occasion. Currently, she's a heroine with less than heroic tendencies, and still likes to underdress. Has (or had; she killed one) two mutant sisters, and a gay brother who went insane after their father had him institutionalized.

Nathan Christopher Charles Summers/Cable

see Cable,

Neal Shaara/Thunderbird III

  • I Believe I Can Fly: Using the "superheated air" trick. He leaves a very visible fire trail behind him, which lent itself to problems during stealth missions.
  • Legacy Character: And one that doesn't make much sense, either. The Indian from India with fire powers is named after the Native American Indian with super strength, speed, and endurance...?
  • Love Triangle: Directly involved in the break-up of Psylocke and Archangel.
  • Naive Newcomer: Who later became a mentor to two other naive newcomers, despite still being the new guy himself!
  • Playing with Fire: Solar plasma, technically, but it amounts to the same thing in practice. Only more so.
  • Put on a Bus: After the events of X-Treme X-Men's second arc, he and Lifeguard set to Walking the Earth in search of her brother. They've only been seen a handful of times in the last eight years, even though they're two of the mutants who explicitly kept their powers after M-Day.

Danielle "Dani" Moonstar/Mirage

See New Mutants.


  • Anti-Hero: Type IV
  • Awesome By Analysis
  • Badass Bookworm
  • Blood Knight: At times in her mercenary career.
  • Combat Stilettos: A prerequisite for any ex-Hellfire female.
  • Combo-Platter Powers: Sage has a mind that works like a computer and can jump-start the mutations of those with the mutant gene but no powers (or activate the "secondary mutations" of powered mutants, which are often unrelated to their original powers, placing them in this trope's territory). And telepathy that she rarely uses, despite being nearly on par with Emma Frost.
    • The reason she never uses her telepathy is because she turns it all inward to bolster her psychic defenses. Her ability to resist telepathy when she does this is second to none.
  • Emotionless Girl
  • Mission Control
  • No Name Given: Sage is yet another X-Man to not have a full name. Tessa is believed to be a part of her name, but it is unknown as to whether this is her first name, last name or even just an alias.
  • Of Corsets Sexy: She used to wear corsets when she was in Hellfire Club.
  • Photographic Memory
  • Sociopathic Hero: In her flashback sequences
  • Super Empowering
  • Technopath

Jean-Paul Beaubier/Northstar

Jeanne-Marie Beaubier/Aurora

Jonothon Evan Starsmore/Chamber

Paige Guthrie/Husk

  • Barbie Doll Anatomy / Magic Pants: She's naked when using her powers.
  • Deep South
  • Funetik Aksent: She slips into a Kentucky accent when scared or stressed.
  • I Just Want to Be Special: Husk was revealed as this. Her brother was already the super-hero Cannonball, and she tried everything she could to get mutant powers to develop, almost killing herself a few times. Finally she just about gave up, crying and clenching herself... when her skin started flaking off like old wallpaper. She ripped and shredded and tore herself up, which * for anyone else would have been scary as hell, but for her, it was the happiest moment of her life.
  • Kid Appeal Character
  • Magic Pants: Husk has the ability to transform her skin into any material she can think of; but she must tear off the existing layer to do so. This results in her being naked a fair amount of time, but censor steam is not used in all scenes if her new skin serves the purpose of costume. She has specifically refused to revert to her human form on occasions because of her nudity.
  • May-December Romance: For a while, she was in a relationship with Archangel. This has since fallen by the wayside.

Stacy X

Heather Cameron/Lifeguard

Davis Cameron/Slipstream

Hisako Ichiki/Armor

James Proudstar/Warpath



Weapon XIII/Fantomex

Barnell Bohusk/Beak

Angel Salvatore

  • Anti-Hero: Type I
  • Prank Date: Which resulted in an unexpeted pregnancy, of all things, which due to her fly-like biology caused her to give birth to dozens of babies in just a few days.


Karima Shapandar/Omega Sentinel

Xi'an Coy Manh/Karma

A Vietnamese refugee forced to raise her twin siblings after her parents were killed in the war. Joined Xavier's school to provide for her siblings. She's also a French-speaking Catholic. Her Mutant ability is the power to take control of other people's bodies and manipulate them at will.

Tyrone Johnson/Cloak

  • Anti-Hero: Type III-IV
  • Badass Cape
  • Elemental Powers: (Darkness)
  • Horror Hunger: Cloak has this for a vaguely defined kind of human Life Energy, represented as light. It's generally not an issue because his partner Dagger naturally generates an excess of the stuff, but on one occasion when she'd abandoned him he came near to killing several innocent people.
  • Living Shadow
  • Teleporters and Transporters: Cloak can teleport via the "Darkforce Dimension," which his cloak is a portal to. He can take passengers, but it's a pretty traumatizing ride if his partner Dagger isn't around to ameliorate the effects.

Tandy Bowen/Dagger

Erik Magnus Lehnsherr, Max Eisenhardt, Eric Magnus/Magneto

See Magneto

Laura Kinney/X-23

See X-23

Hope Summers

  • Action Girl: Let’s see, she’s been trained in the arts of survival and war since she was a child, by one of Marvel’s most iconic anti-heroes. She also carries a BFG.
  • All Your Powers Combined: So far her power set's being kept deliberately vague, but so far she seems to be a power-copier like Mimic.
    • Most of the time she just copies Cable's power of "shooting a really big gun."
  • Beware the Nice Ones: She really, really would just love to try to be a normal girl. But don’t try to hurt her Lights. Ever.
  • Break the Cutie: Her entire childhood has pretty much been one long list of people trying to do this to her. The fact that it hasn’t succeeded says a lot about her character.
  • Crazy Prepared: When she decides to go to Alaska to figure out what happened to her mother, she packs enough supplies and weaponry for a small army—and then has to be told that it’s not really necessary. Justified by the fact that she grew up in a Crapsack World that was long, long After the End, while being hunted by an Ax Crazy ex-hero. Did we mention she was raised by one of the Marvel Universe’s consummate soldiers and survivors?
  • Daddy's Girl: Cable's not her father, but he might as well be.
  • Expy: The editors and staff at Marvel have been playing her up as one of these for Jean Grey from practically Day One, even putting the Phoenix effect around her in promos (though nowhere in-story). So far, reception's been...mixed.
    • Though, in Hope’s defense, she really doesn’t act like Jean Grey. She’s much more like her adoptive father and grandfather.
  • Fiery Redhead
  • Good Is Not Nice: Well, what do you expect from someone raised by Cable?
  • Laser Guided Tykebomb: Sort of, and sort of subverted; Cable raises her and protects her for the explicit purpose of saving the mutant race, but he doesn't really know how she's going to do this, so he can't teach her anything directly related to that task.
  • Meaningful Name: Justified, since Cable, the person who named her, knew about her destiny from the start.
    • Strictly story-wise, she was actually named after another deceased Hope who was Cable's wife for a time and acted as a mother-figure for the younger Hope.
  • Messianic Archetype: Though not The Messiah, personality-wise... being raised by Cable doesn't do wonders for an idealistic mindset.
  • Naive Newcomer: After a childhood travelling through increasingly desolate futurescapes, she's ecstatic on arriving in in the consumerist paradise of the 21st century.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: She does not approve of the way Cyclops runs the team.
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