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The X-Men are a team of comic book mutant superheroes, as published by Marvel Comics. Characters in bold will denote a current member of the team and a slash (/) will denote codenames in chronological order.

For background on the team's history, see X-Men and History of the X-Men comics.

X-Men - 2006 Line-Up
X-Men - 2006 Line-Up

Contents

Official Teams

Character Real Name Joined in Notes
Original X-Men
Professor X Charles Xavier X-Men vol. 1 #42 (1968, back-up story). Founder of the X-Men, original headmaster of the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters, later the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning. Professor X lost his powers in the Decimation, as revealed in X-Men: Deadly Genesis #5. During his tenure as field leader of the Uncanny X-Men, Professor X had regained his powers. Shot in the head and possibly killed by Bishop. He was later revealed to be alive and in the possession of the reformed Acolytes and he is now trying to remember things from his forgotten past and lead a better life than before.
Powers: Telepathy, astral projection, mind control, illusion casting, memory manipulation, psychic blasts, and sensing the presence of other mutants.
Cyclops Scott Summers X-Men vol. 1 #42 (1968, back-up story). First of the team's founding recruits and longtime field leader. Former Co-Headmaster of the Xavier Institute (alongside Jean Grey and later Emma Frost) and leader of the Astonishing X-Men and Uncanny X-Men. Widower of Jean Grey-Summers. He has and is still dating Emma Frost ever since X-Men #156.
Powers: Laser-like beams of raw energy originating from his eyes.
Iceman Robert Drake X-Men vol. 1 #46 (1968, back-up story). The second and the youngest of the team's founding members. He originally left the team in Uncanny X-Men #94 and joined other teams such as; The Champions, The Defenders, and X-Factor. He later returned to the X-Men and has been part of the team on and off ever since. Following Messiah Complex, is seen in Uncanny X-Men.
Powers: Ice generation, manipulation of water, and conversion into organic ice form.
Archangel Warren Worthington III X-Men vol. 1 #56 (1969, back-up story). Xavier's third recruit into the team's original roster, and the only founding member to act as a costumed hero prior to joining the X-Men. He originally left the X-Men in Uncanny X-Men #94 and joined teams like The Champions, The Defenders, and X-Factor. He later returned to the X-Men and remained on and off with them until X-Men #157. He remained inactive until his return to the team in Uncanny X-Men #494. Currently a member of the Uncanny X-Men.
Powers: Originally, flight through the use of feathered wings on his back, hollow bones like those of a bird, eagle-like vision & blood with healing properties. Was transformed by Apocalypse into a blue skinned, razor winged form with enhanced strength, then briefly was transformed back into his original form, only to then be reverted back to his blue-skinned/razor winged form.
Beast Dr. Henry McCoy X-Men vol. 1 #53 (1969, back-up story). Xavier's fourth recruit into the team's original lineup. Former member of the Avengers, the Defenders, and X-Factor. Currently serves as both a member of the Astonishing X-Men and as the team's medical doctor and biologist.
Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, reflexes, enhanced senses, ambidexterity with hands and feet, minor pheromone manipulation, felinoid form, blue fur, night vision, claws, wall climbing.
Phoenix Jean Grey-Summers X-Men vol. 1 #1 (1963)
as Marvel Girl.
Fifth and final recruit into the team's founding roster, although her tutelage by Xavier predates the team's inception. Originally died in Uncanny X-Men #137. Killed by Kuan-Yin Xorn in New X-Men vol. 2 #150 (2003), later resurrected by the Phoenix Force in X-Men: Phoenix: Endsong. Currently inhabits the White-Hot Room with other incarnations of the Phoenix Force.
Powers: Telekinesis, telepathy. As the template of the Phoenix Force she was able to generate vast amounts of energy, to convert herself into pure energy, and to manipulate objects on a subatomic scale.
1960s recruits
Mimic Calvin Rankin X-Men vol. 1 #27 (1966). Blackmailed his way into membership. First member to be expelled by Xavier in X-Men vol. 1 #29 and possibly the first non-mutant member of the team, his status as a mutant has been disputed. Last seen as a prisoner of the Thunderbolts.
Powers: Copying of others' superhuman powers and abilities; sometimes permanently.
Changeling Kevin Sydney X-Men vol. 1 #40 (1968). Former villain member of Factor Three who impersonated Professor X at Xavier's request in X-Men vol. 1 #40 (1968) (behind the scenes), died while impersonating Xavier in X-Men vol. 1 #42 (1968) making him the first X-Man to die.
Powers: Shapeshifting, latent telepathy.
Polaris Lorna Dane X-Men vol. 1 #60 (1969)
as Lorna Dane.
Havok's on/off girlfriend. Revealed to be the daughter of Magneto. Active as Magnetrix in X-Men: The Hidden Years #3; active as Polaris in X-Men vol. 1 #97 (1976). Was recently depowered during M-Day, but had her powers restored after being turned into a Horseman of Apocalypse. She is a former member of X-Factor, the Acolytes, and the Muir Island X-Men. Currently a member of the Starjammers, as seen in Uncanny X-Men #486.
Powers: Generation of magnetic fields, used for manipulating metal, flight, force fields, and energy blasts. She also has naturally green hair.
Havok Alexander Summers X-Men vol. 1 #58 (1969). Brother of Cyclops. He is also Polaris's on/off boyfriend. Currently the leader of the Starjammers, as seen in Uncanny X-Men #486, after the death of his father.
Powers: Plasma blasts, absorption of 'cosmic' energy.
Xavier's secret team

While the original X-Men were still captives of Krakoa, Charles Xavier made his first attempt at a rescue using students from Moira MacTaggert's Muir-MacTaggert Research Center. This was not shown until a flashback in X-Men: Deadly Genesis #4 (2006), however, through retroactive continuity this places them as members of the X-Men prior to Giant Sized X-Men #1 (1975)

Vulcan Gabriel Summers X-Men: Deadly Genesis #4 (2006). Originally a student of Moira MacTaggert, made an X-Man to help save the original X-Men. The third Summers brother. MIA until recently when he attacked the X-Men and kidnapped Cyclops and Marvel Girl. Current leader of the Shi'ar, after killing D'Ken and his father Corsair.
Powers: Omega-level energy manipulation, flight, and unaided movement in space.
Petra Petra Kristensen X-Men: Deadly Genesis #4 (2006). Originally a student of Moira MacTaggert, made an X-Man to help save the original X-Men. Killed in action in X-Men: Deadly Genesis #6.
Powers: Earth manipulation, and able to change properties of rock-like materials.
Darwin Armando Muñoz X-Men: Deadly Genesis #4 (2006). Originally a student of Moira MacTaggert, made an X-Man to help save the original X-Men. He was joined of the Uncanny X-Men. Currently a member of X-Factor.
Powers: Constant reactive evolution.
Sway Suzanne Chan X-Men: Deadly Genesis #4 (2006). Originally a student of Moira MacTaggert, made an X-Man to help save the original X-Men. Killed in action.
Powers: Time manipulation, and the ability to replay events in a psychometric-like fashion.
1970s recruits
Nightcrawler Kurt Wagner Giant-Size X-Men #1 (1975). Currently member of the Uncanny X-Men; son of Mystique. Former member of Excalibur and also he is a former priest.
Powers: Teleportation, wall-crawling, prehensile tail, blue fur, invisibility in shadows, glowing eyes.
Wolverine James Howlett Giant-Size X-Men #1 (1975). Nicknamed and best known as Logan. Arguably the team's most iconic member. Currently a member of the Astonishing X-Men, the Uncanny X-Men, and the New Avengers and he is the new leader of X-Force, and is seen in his own adventures recounted in Wolverine: Origins and Wolverine.
Powers: Healing factor (regeneration of tissue, immunity to virtually all toxins and pathogens), enhanced senses, adamantium skeleton and retractable adamantium 'claws.'
Banshee Sean Cassidy Giant-Size X-Men #1 (1975). Former co-leader of the young mutant team Generation X. Originally left in Uncanny X-Men #129 due to him being temporally depowered. Later returned and quit in X-Men vol. 2 #4 (1991). Killed in X-Men: Deadly Genesis #2 (2006).
Powers: Devastating sonic scream, flight, enhanced hearing.
Storm Ororo Munroe Giant-Size X-Men #1 (1975). Second field-leader and longtime leader of the team. She has been a continual member of the main team longer than any other from 1975 until 2000 excluding interim periods; married to the Black Panther, and a former member of the Fantastic Four. Currently a member of the Astonishing X-Men team and Uncanny X-Men team.
Powers: Weather manipulation (lighting bolts, wind, rain, etc.), flight by 'riding' wind currents.
Sunfire Shiro Yoshida Giant-Size X-Men #1 (1975). Quit in X-Men vol. 1 #94 (1975) after only one mission but remained an ally for years afterward. Recently served as Apocalypse's Horseman of Famine after being depowered by Rogue. Currently working for Mister Sinister on The Marauders.
Powers: Generation of nuclear fire, flight by jet propulsion, absorption of and therefore immunity to various kinds of energy.
Colossus Piotr Rasputin Giant-Size X-Men #1 (1975). Supposedly died in finding a cure for the Legacy Virus in Uncanny X-Men #390 (2001); restored to life in Astonishing X-Men vol. 3 #4 (2004); currently a member of the Astonishing X-Men and the Uncanny X-Men. He is the long-time romantic interest of Kitty Pryde and sister of Magik. He is also a former member of the Acolytes and Excalibur.
Powers: Able to convert into living steel form, granting vast superhuman strength and near-invulnerability. Can survive for long periods without oxygen while in steel form.
Thunderbird John Proudstar Giant-Size X-Men #1 (1975). Died in X-Men vol. 1 #95 (1975) on the team's second mission. His brother James Proudstar, a.k.a Warpath, is a member of the Uncanny X-Men. Later, an Indian mutant with energy powers joined the team under the name 'Thunderbird'.
Powers: Superhuman strength, speed and durability.
1980s recruits
Shadowcat Katherine Pryde X-Men vol. 1 #129 (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). She was a long-time lover of Colossus and former member of Excalibur. During the X-Men's situation with the Breakworld, Kitty bonded to a giant bullet and cannot escape it, she is presumed deceased as it is revealed she will eventually hit a planet and die or just die of natural causes.
Powers: 'Phasing' through solid objects, also allowing her to disrupt electronics and to walk on air.
Lockheed Lockheed Uncanny X-Men #168 (1983). Extraterrestrial dragonoid exiled on Earth. Is sometimes considered a member of the X-Men in general. Status with the X-Men and S.W.O.R.D. is now unknown following the events happening to Kitty Pryde.
Powers: Flight, empathy, firebreathing, ability 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; was forced to absorb Sunfire's abilities permanently in Rogue vol. 3 #11 (2005). Has recently come back from a deep coma, and healed of viruses and alien minds in her brain. Now being shown in X-Men: Legacy.
Powers: Absorbs powers, memories and personality by skin-to-skin contact. Prolonged contact can cause her to permanently absorb someone's powers and perhaps kill them.
Marvel Girl Rachel Summers Uncanny X-Men #188 (1984) 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); active as Marvel Girl in Uncanny X-Men #444 (2004). Currently a member of the Starjammers, as shown in Uncanny X-Men #486. Managed to escape after the final battle with Emperor Vulcan. Current whereabouts unknown.
Powers: Telekinesis, telepathy, and manipulation of a small amount of "Phoenix Force".
Magneto Erik Lehnsherr Uncanny X-Men #202 (1985). The team's long-time enemy was briefly "redeemed" and appointed leader of the X-Men and the junior team the New Mutants; became Headmaster of the Xavier Institute in Uncanny X-Men #200 (1985). Depowered as of M-Day, only to have his powers restored by the Collective. Currently befriending the High Evolutionary in order to reverse M-Day.
Powers: Generation of extremely potent magnetic fields, which can be used for manipulating metal, flight.
Psylocke Elisabeth 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 alive in Uncanny X-Men #455 (2005). Originally Caucasian but switched bodies with an Asian female assassin by the Hand which also changed and expanded her powers. Thought to be dead in New Excalibur #8, unhinged from time and currently with the Exiles.
Powers: Telekinesis, immunity to any physical or mental alteration, telekinetic katana.
Dazzler Alison Blaire Uncanny X-Men #214 (1987). Popular singer and public mutant. Went through Siege Perilous when team disbanded in Uncanny X-Men #251 (1989). Formerly a member of Excalibur. Long-time off/on girlfriend of Longshot. Set to return to the Uncanny X-Men after its 500th issue.
Powers: Converts sonic energy into various forms of light, including laser-like beams, brilliant flashes, and holograms.
Longshot Unknown Uncanny X-Men #215 (1987). A warrior from an alternate reality, the Mojoverse; not a mutant but a genetically engineered being. Quit in Uncanny X-Men #248. Long-time on/off boyfriend of Dazzler. Formerly a member of the Exiles. Current member of X-Factor Investigations.
Powers: Incredible 'luck' through subconscious manipulation of quantum probability fields, enhanced strength and agility, psychometry. Signature weapon is shuriken-type blades, which his luck power enables him to throw with superhuman accuracy.
Forge Unknown Uncanny X-Men #255 (1989). Quit in Uncanny X-Men #290 (1992). Former leader of X-Factor, currently provides technical support to the X-Men and their allies.
Powers: Superhuman invention (imagines a new technology, intuitively knows how to construct it), limited magical abilities, arm and leg replaced by advanced mechanical prosthetics.
1990s recruits
Jubilee Jubilation Lee Uncanny X-Men #273 (1990). Ran away from home to live in a mall, where she found about her powers. Joined the X-Men after saving Wolverine's life. After being depowered through Decimation, joined the New Warriors and serves as a second in command.
Powers: Super strength and flight through advanced technology. Formerly could project and control explosive plamoids.
Gambit Remy LeBeau Uncanny X-Men Annual #14 (1990). Former thief who has served as field leader. Joined forces with Apocalypse in X-Men (vol. 2) #184. Worked for Mister Sinister following the defeat of Apocalypse. Now being shown in X-Men: Legacy alongside Professor X.
Powers: 'Charges' objects with energy, causing them to glow and explode; enhanced agility, hypnotic charm. Signature weapon is regular playing cards 'charged' with energy, having the effect of grenades when thrown. Also uses Japanese bo staff with great skill; hi-tech bo staff can channel his powers.
Bishop Lucas Bishop Uncanny X-Men #287 (1992). Police officer from an alternate future. Left the X-Men to side with O*N*E. Formerly one of Iron Man's pro-registration forces guarding Negative Zone prison. Currently following Cable and the mutant baby through the future to kill them.
Powers: Can absorb all forms of electromagnetic energy (light, heat, electricity, etc.) and channel this absorbed energy into blasts or enhanced strength. Also has bionic arm with enhanced strength, retractable pincers, and time travelling capabilities.
Revanche Kwannon X-Men vol. 2 #20 (1993). Former assassin who "switched" bodies with Psylocke (see her entry for details). Died in X-Men (vol. 2) #32 (1994).
Powers: Telepathy, psychic 'blades,' empathy.
Cannonball Samuel Guthrie X-Force vol. 1 #44 (1995). First seen as an X-Man in Uncanny X-Men #323. Former member and field leader of the New Mutants and X-Force, first member of an affiliated team to "graduate" to permanent status as an X-Man. Current member of the Brotherhood; however, he also returned to the X-Men in Uncanny X-Men #500.
Powers: Propelled flight, kinetic blasts, protective forcefield.
Joseph Unknown, genetic clone of Erik Lehnsherr (Magneto) Uncanny X-Men #338 (1996). Clone of Magneto, died in X-Men (vol. 2) #87 (1999) saving the world.
Powers: Generation of extremely potent magnetic fields, used for manipulating metal, flight, force fields, electrical bolts, and electromagnetic radiation.
Cecilia Reyes Cecilia Reyes X-Men vol. 2 #70 (1997). Surgeon whose being a mutant was exposed during Operation: Zero Tolerance, reluctantly joined, last seen imprisoned in concentration camp in Weapon X vol. 2 #5.
Powers: Generation of forcefield, which can also be used offensively.
Marrow Sarah X-Men vol. 2 #70 (1997). Apparently left the team after losing control of mutation during six-month gap between Uncanny X-Men #380 and X-Men vol. 1 #100. Formerly appeared in X-Factor as part of the X-Cell, where she appears to be depowered; however, her curent status is unknown.
Powers: Currently has bones sticking out of body. Formerly able generate knives and weapons made of bone from her body, healing factor, enhanced strength and agility, two hearts.
Maggott Japheth X-Men vol. 2 #70 (1997). South African mutant searching for Magneto. Died in Weapon X vol. 2 #5 (2002), however survived by one of his two slugs Eeany and Meany.
Powers: Two maggot-like creatures form his digestive system and cause his skin to turn blue when in him. The maggots can consume anything, and provide him with enhanced strength, and psychometry.
X-Man Nate Grey Astonishing X-Men vol. 2 #2 (1999). Son of Jean Grey from the Age of Apocalypse, died in X-Man #75 (2001) saving the earth from an alien menace.
Powers: Telepathy, telekinesis, psychometry, precognition, cross-dimensional travel.
2000s recruits
Cable Nathan Summers Uncanny X-Men #381 (2000). Son of Cyclops and Madelyne Pryor, who travelled to alternate future and then came back as an adult. Former member of the X-Men. Supposedly died protecting his island Providence from an attack from Gambit and Sunfire in X-Men (vol. 2) 200, but returned back to life in X-Men #205. Currently running away from Bishop in the future with the mutant baby.
Powers: Telekinesis imbued by parasitic entity, techno-organic material on left side of body, resulting in technological advancements and enhanced strength on said side.
Thunderbird Neal Shaara X-Men Unlimited vol. 1 #27 (2000). First seen as an X-Man in X-Men vol. 2 #100 (2000). Quit in X-Treme X-Men #19.
Powers: Generate plasma blasts, which can also be used for flight.
Sage Tessa X-Men vol. 2 #109 (2000) as Tessa. Had been working with Professor X off-panel since before 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. Current member of the Exiles. Former member of Excalibur.
Powers: Computer-like brain, mutant sensing, jumpstarting mutations, telepathy.
Moonstar Danielle Moonstar X-Men vol. 1 #102 (2000). Employee of the Xavier Institute and former New Mutant, who was a part-time X-Man in only one mission. Currently depowered after the Decimation. Currently an instructor at Camp Hammond.
Powers: Formerly capable of casting illusions, communication with animals, sense of death.
White Queen Emma Frost New X-Men vol. 1 #116 (2001). Former headmistress of the Xavier Institute and currently part of the Astonishing X-Men and Uncanny X-Men. Former White Queen of the Hellfire Club's Inner Circle; former headmistress of the Massachusetts Academy's Hellions and of Generation X.
Powers: Telepathy, able to convert into diamond form.
Chamber Jonothon Starsmore Uncanny X-Men #398 (2001). Former member of Generation X. Initially depowered following the events of M-Day, powers since restored by Clan Akkaba. Currently a member of New Warriors.
Powers: Unknown abilities granted by Apocalypse's blood as well as tech that allows him to control sound for telekinesis, flight, and construct creation. Formerly possessed energy blasts and telepathy.
Kuan-Yin Xorn Kuan-Yin Xorn New X-Men Annual 2001. Exact nature and identity of character not fully known (see entry for details), died in New X-Men (vol. 1) #150 (2004).
Powers: A star in his head, vitakinesis, manipulation of electromagnetism and gravity.
Stacy X Miranda Leevald Uncanny X-Men #400 (2002). Former prostitute who joined X-Men team. Quit in Uncanny X-Men #422. Currently depowered after the effects of Decimation. Recently joined the New Warriors team
Powers: Uses tech that grants wall crawling, enhanced jumping, retractable metal coils, and flight. Formerly had snake-like skin, pheromone-generation and manipulation.
Lifeguard Heather Cameron X-Treme X-Men #10 (2002). Sister of Slipstream, half Shi'ar; lover of Thunderbird. Quit in X-Treme X-Men #19.
Powers: Adaptive powers to protect others. After a recent change, she now permanently has golden skin, wings, and claws.
Slipstream Davis Cameron X-Treme X-Men #10 (2002). Brother of Lifeguard, half Shi'ar; was a latent mutant but powers were jumpstarted by Sage to save his sister and Gambit. Quit in X-Treme X-Men #18. Apparently depowered after M-Day (Decimation).
Powers: Formerly had warpspeed teleportation started by a special surfboard.
Husk Paige Guthrie Uncanny X-Men #421 (2003). Former Generation X member; Cannonball's sister; Archangel's lover; removed from active duty in X-Men (vol. 1) #157 (2004) by Cyclops.
Powers: Can change her outer body composition by shedding skin.
Juggernaut Cain Marko Uncanny X-Men #425 (2003). Formerly a long-time villain and Xavier's stepbrother; not a mutant. After leaving the X-Men, was briefly a member of Excalibur, but he recently left the team, and his current status is unknown.
Powers: Superhuman strength and endurance, forcefield, regeneration, "unstoppable". He is virtually immortal, and does not need to eat or breathe.
Shen Xorn Shen Xorn X-Men vol. 2 #162 (2004). Twin brother of Magneto imposter Kuan-Yin Xorn; Part of the X-Men in their fight against Exodus' Brotherhood. Left in X-Men (vol. 1) #164 (2005). Depowered after the effects of Decimation.
Powers: Formerly had a black hole in his head, telepathy.
Warpath James Proudstar Uncanny X-Men #475 (2006). Former member of the Hellions and X-Corporation. Current member of X-Force and Uncanny X-Men.
Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, reflexes, durability, and senses; flight.
Omega Sentinel Karima Shapandar X-Men (vol. 2) #192 (2006). Omega Prime Sentinel. Former member of the Genoshan Excalibur; former member of the X-Men. Recently had body taken over by the Marauder Malice and forced to betray the team. Now cured and worked to restore Xavier's mind. Once Xavier's mind was restored he left Karima and Magneto behind with a thanks.
Powers: Cyborg; possesses superhuman strength, speed and resistance, regeneration, flight, electrostatic poles mounted on her arms, unspecified weapons and mechanisms that retract into her body. She can also control and "speak" to machines.
Armor Hisako Ichiki Astonishing X-Men (vol. 3) #20 (2007). Member of the Astonishing X-Men and a former student at the Xavier Institute.
Powers: Ability to generate psionic body armor that grants superhuman strength and durability.
Hepzibah (Unpronounceable) Uncanny X-Men #486 (2007). Former member of the Starjammers. Joined the X-Men before X-Force in Messiah Complex after losing her lover, Corsair, and being stranded on Earth. Now back with the Uncanny X-Men.
Powers: Enhanced agility, speed, and reflexes, retractable claws, hyper-keen senses, mind-altering pheromones and night vision.
Caliban Unknown Uncanny X-Men #487 (2007). Former member of the Morlocks. Joined X-Force before his death in New X-Men #45.
Powers: Ability to sense and track other mutants, superhuman strength, speed, endurance, reflexes, and durability, as well as clawed fingernails.
Pixie Megan Gywnn X-Men Free Comic Book Day (2008). Originally a member of the New X-Men and a student of the Xavier Institute, she is recruited after assisting the X-Men in stopping a N'Garai invasion.
Powers: Flight, hallucinatory dust, magical soulknife, and limited magic abilities such as teleportation.
Allies and honorary members
Dragon Man N/A X-Men: First Class Special #1 (2007). Dragon Man is a synthetic being created by a Professor Gilbert, and imbued with like by the Fantastic Four villain Diablo. He was briefly Jean Grey's pet, and was the X-Men's unofficial mascot, before being set free.
Powers: Made of synthetic materials. Superhuman strength, durability, andurance, flight, flame breath, and a dragon like physiology.
Machine Man X-51 X-Men: First Class (vol. 2) #13 (2008). Created along with a series of other robots by an Abel Stack, Machine Man adopted was raised as a son by his creator, and adopted the name Aaron Stack after Abel's death. He joined the X-Men briefly to learn what it is like to be a human.
Powers: Machine Man is mechanical entity with a vast amount of useful applications. These provide him with superhuman strength, speed, stamina, durability, reflexes, and self repaiting capabilities. He has above average intellect, can make calculations superhumanly fast. He absorbs solar energy, has telescoping arms and legs, and contains gas chromatographs, laser interferometers, micro-pulse radars, audiometers, seismometers, gravity wave detectors, pulse-code modulators, standard computer input/outputs, radio beacons, all-wave transceivers, laser cutting torch/weapons, through his fingers, and ca project heat, cold or electricity. He also has antigravity discs, as well as a multitued of other weapons hidden in his frame.
Candy Southern Candace Southern X-Men: the Hidden Years #10 (2000). Formerly was Archangel's girlfriend and member of the Defenders with him. Became honorary X-Man to help Cyclops and Jean Grey to find Angel in the Savage Land. Later became a part of an alien entity called the Phalanx, and gained the abilities of being assimilated. Died in Uncanny X-Men (vol.1) #306
Powers: After being assimilated by the Phalanx, she gained the ability to assimilate others, was part of a hive organism, and was made of techno-organic material. She was also bonded through a technarx link to Cameron Hodge (her killer, who was also a phalanx).
Multiple Man Jamie Madrox Giant Size Fantastic Four #4 (1975). Mister Fantastic alerted Professor X to his existence and left him in his custody. He was offered membership many times over the years but always refused, however remained a staunch ally. Eventually joined Moira's splinter Muir Island X-Men (see below).Also a member of the second X-factor team Currently leader of X-Factor Investigations.
Powers: Multiple Man can create over forty duplicates of himself. He has shown to have a near-telepathic connection with his "dupes" and can absorb them whenever he wants to. All the information the dupes learned are transferred to the main Madrox once absorbed.
Moira MacTaggert Moira 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 in X-Men (vol. 2) #108 (2000).
Powers: None, human. However, she has shown some uncanny "abilities". She has an immunity to her sons (Proteus) powers, as well as an immunity to the Legacy Virus, which usually attacks mutants. She has also been shown having a ghost-like form.
Ms. Marvel Carol 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 offered it to Rogue.
Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, and durability, flight, energy absorption and photon blasts.
Energizer 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. Katie helped the X-Men capture those responsible, and even received a leather X-Men jacket.
Powers: Received her powers from a Kymellian, and alien species. These abilities allowed her to absorb energy, disintegrate matter to get energy from its mass, plasma bursts from her chest, and a healing ability amplified by her siblings' presence.
Goblin Queen Madelyne Pryor Uncanny X-Men #221 (1987). Madelyne began staying with the X-Men when Cyclops left her to form X-Factor. She stayed with the X-Men until she became the Goblin Queen during Inferno.
Powers: Being a clone of Jean Grey she possessed the same telekinetic and telepathic abilities, just at a lower level of power than Jean has. She has also shown the ability to teleport, psychic energy absorption, as well as various mystical powers.
Gateway Unknown 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-Man Lucas Bishop. Gateway also acted as an ally of Generation X
Powers: Teleportation, telepathy, omniscience.
Quicksilver Pietro Maximoff Uncanny X-Men #304 (1993). Pietro was a 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 "killed".
Powers: Formerly superhuman speed.
Red Lotus Paul Hark X-Treme X-Men #7 (2002). Martial artist who aided the X-Treme X-Men on more than one occasion.
Powers: Superhuman speed, agility, coordination, reflexes and balance.
M Monet St. Croix Uncanny X-Men #410 (2002). A member of the X-Corporation who was on loan for one mission. She clearly states she is on loan so is regarded as an ally and not an X-Men member, honorary or otherwise. Currently a member of X-Factor Investigations.
Powers: Superhuman strength, speed and intelligence, flight, invulnerability, telepathy.
Vange Whedon Evangeline Whedon X-Treme X-Men #35 (2003). X-Men's lawyer.
Powers: Metamorphic trancer whose transformation into an enormous, winged red dragon can be triggered consciously or by the presence of blood.
Deadpool Wade Wilson Cable and Deadpool #8 (2004). Ex-cancer victim who was given a healing factor after involvement with Weapon X. Mercenary for hire. Hired 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 an X-Man, he betrayed the team for Cable. Currently starring in a book with Cable.
Powers: Healing factor, "Bodyslide" teleportation, augmented strength, speed, agility, endurance, and reflexes, cursed immortality.
Magma Amara Aquilla New X-Men - Yearbook Special (2005). Resident of Xavier's and a member of the teaching staff. Not an X-Man but has U.N. X-Treme Sanctions Executive status.
Powers: Can turn into magma-form, heat resistance, can create earthquakes and volcanoes.
Pulse Augustus X-Men vol. 2 #181. Tagged along with Mystique when she came to join the X-Men. Could possibly be seen as a member during his tenure.
Powers: Emits a pulsing energy that disables mutant powers and certain electronic devices.
Korvus Korvus Rook'Shir Uncanny X-Men #478. Stayed with the X-Men during their mission in space, to find Vulcan and to defeat D'Ken. It is unknown if he gained the status of X-Man, but he fought at their side against the Shi'ar. He is currently a member of the Starjammers.
Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, reflexes, durability. As Wielder of the Phoenix Blade: flight, energy blasts.
Infiltrators, imposters, & involuntary members
Phoenix Force Phoenix Force X-Men vol. 1 #101 (1976). A cosmic entity that impersonated Jean Grey.
Powers: Reality warping, omnipathy, omniscience. Limitless power that can power up selected beings.
Dark Beast Henry McCoy (Earth 295) X-Men Unlimited vol. 1 #10 (1996). Version of Beast from the Age of Apocalypse timeline that replaced the original Beast temporarily.
Powers: Superhuman strength, speed, stamina, agility, reflexes, enhanced senses, ambidexterity with hands and feet, ape-like form, blue fur, experimentation on self provided some other powers.
"Skrullverine" Unknown Uncanny X-Men #370 (1999). Alien Skrull who impersonated and genuinely believed himself to be Wolverine. Killed in Astonishing X-Men vol. 2 #3 (1999).
Powers: Shape-shifting, claws.
Mystique Raven Darkholme X-Men (vol. 2) #181 (2006). Former leader of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, foster mother of Rogue and mother of Nightcrawler. Voted a probational member in X-Men (vol. 2) #174; former member of Rogue's squad, who defected to the Marauders after revealing herself as a double agent. Battled Wolverine in his solo series and currently working alone.
Powers: Shapeshifting, retarded aging, enhanced senses, blue skin and yellow eyes, poison immunity, minor reactive abilities.
Sabretooth Victor Creed X-Men (vol. 2) #192 (2006). Long time foe of the X-Men and Wolverine. Formerly a member of the Marauders, the Brotherhood of Mutants and Weapon X; former involuntary member and prisoner of the X-Men. Recently managed to escape the X-Men after a huge accident on Cable's island Providence only to be killed by Wolverine in Wolverine #55.
Powers: Superhuman strength, enhanced senses, healing factor, razor-sharp claws and teeth, highly resistant to telepathic detection and control.
Lady Mastermind 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 has defected to the Marauders after revealing herself as a double-agent. Recently stabbed in the chest, and possibly dead.
Powers: Projection of extremely realistic illusions into the minds of others, telepathy.
Donald Pierce Donald Pierce Young X-Men #1 (2008). Impersonated Cyclops.

X-Men substitute teams

New Mutant Graduate X-Men

Character Real name Notes
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 Current member of the X-Men.
Powers:Flight,Ability to release thermochemical energy, While in flight has superhuman physical resistance, Difficult to stop
Mirage Danielle Moonstar Formerly part-time X-Man, lost her powers due to Decimation, and lost her advisory job at the Xavier Institute.
Powers: Telepathy,Illusion generation,Psionic arrows,Telepathic rapport with animals,Quantum energy powers,Ability to create of solid objects
Sunspot Roberto da Costa Joined the Hellfire Club.
Powers: Energy absorption, energy provides super strength, energy blasts and extremely dark skin.
Cypher Douglas Ramsey Died saving Wolfsbane from bullet in New Mutants #60 (1988).
Powers: Omnilingual, understanding of any form of communication.
Warlock Warlock Died in New Mutants #90, later resurrected as Douglock.
Powers:Techno-organic body, shape-shifting, unstable molecules, fusing with others, infection and assimilation of humans through a virus he creates (all average powers of the Technarch). His "mutation" is his ability to have feelings.
Magma Amara Aquilla Currently advising at the Xavier Institute, has X.S.E status.
Powers: Can turn into magma-form, can create earthquakes and volcanoes.
Magik Illyana Rasputin Sister of X-Man Colossus. Died in Uncanny X-Men #303 (1993) due to Legacy Virus.
Powers: Creation of teleportation disks, magic, magical armor, Soulsword.
Wolfsbane Rahne Sinclair Joined Madrox's detective agency before knowing if she'd be fired or not for having an affair with a student. Current member of X-Force. Adopted daughter of late Moira MacTaggert.
Powers: Lycanthrope with claws, enhanced senses, strength, agility, endurance, and healing in wolf and semi-wolf form.

Muir Island X-Men

Character Real name Notes
In the wake of the X-Men's "death" during "Fall of the Mutants", a team of X-Men was put together 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. Died in X-Men: Deadly Genesis #2 (2006).
Forge Unrevealed Important member of the Muir Island X-Men. Best known as a member of the main X-Men team. Current solo operative who sometimes helps the X-Men.
Moira MacTaggert Moira MacTaggert Long-time X-Men ally. Died in X-Men #108 (2001).
Polaris Lorna Dane Best known as a long time member of the main X-Men team. At this time Lorna had a secondary mutation that caused her to draw upon negative emotional energy to bring her physical strength to a greater level.
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, spell casting and more. Magic armor and Soulsword.
Sunder Mark Hallett Founding member of the Morlocks. Died in Uncanny X-Men #254 (1989).
Powers: Superhuman strength and endurance, as well as a disfigured body.
Legion David Haller Son of X-Men founder Professor X. Started Age of Apocalypse. Suffered from trauma which resulted in multiple personality disorder: each personality controlled a different power. Died in X-Men: Omega (1995).
Powers: Telepathy, telekinesis, pyrokinesis, time travel, astral projection, psychic blade.
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: None, human.
Multiple Man Jamie Madrox Joined in Uncanny X-Men Annual #15 (1991), now head of X-Factor Investigations.
Siryn Theresa Cassidy Daughter of deceased X-Man Banshee. Joined in Uncanny X-Men Annual #15 (1991), now member of X-Factor Investigations.
Powers: Sonic scream, allowing flight, sound dampening fields, seduction of men and women, and enhanced hearing.

Phalanx Covenant X-Men

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 Deceased.
Jubilee Jubilation Lee Currently depowered.
Sabretooth Victor Creed Deceased. Decapitated by Wolverine using the Muramasa blade.
White Queen Emma Frost Now co-headmistress of the Institute.

Astonishing X-Men

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-founder.
Phoenix Jean Grey-Summers Co-founder. Died in New X-Men #150 (2003); returned to life in X-Men: Phoenix Endsong.
Archangel Warren Worthington III
Cable Nathan Christopher Summers
X-Man Nate Grey Died in X-Man #75 (2001).
Wolverine Logan / James Howlett

Eve of Destruction X-Men

Character Real name Notes
Magneto decides to strike after the Legacy Virus is cured. After losing many members when Storm started her splinter group 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.
Jean Grey Jean Grey-Summers Founder, in the White Hot Room since X-Men: Phoenix Endsong #5.
Dazzler Alison Blaire Returned to her disco singing career in Deadpool vol. 3 #69. Now a member of the New Excalibur team.
Northstar Jean-Paul Beaubier Xavier later convinces him to join his teaching staff for the new students. He's been killed by Wolverine and resurrected by Hydra.
Omerta Paul Provenzano Possibly died in Weapon X #5 (2002).
Powers: Superhuman strength and invulnerability.
Wraith Hector Rendoza Currently depowered after the effects of M-Day.
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.
Sunpyre 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 infra-red, radiation immunity.
Frenzy Joanna Cargill A member of Magneto's Acolytes and formerly known as Frenzy of the Alliance of Evil.
Powers: Superhuman strength, endurance, stamina and steel-hard skin; resistance to injury and temperature extremes. Brainwashed into joining by Jean Grey.

Planet X Street Team

Character Real name Notes
A team scratched together by Cyclops in the wake of Xorn's rampage through Manhattan in New X-Men #149-150 (2004).
Cyclops Scott Summers Founder.
Fantomex Charlie Cluster 7 Former Weapon X agent. Artificially made mutant. Tags along with Wolverine and Agent Zero in a quest against Weapon X.
Powers: Separate nervous system shaped like flying saucer, capable of energy blasts, merging with him, and flight with a carry load of two passengers. Fantomex also has illusion casting powers, nano-active blood, multiple processing brains, enhanced senses, strength, speed, endurance, agility and the ability to hear frequencies inaudible by humans.
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 New X-Men 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 an avian physiology, light bones, beak, feathers, superhuman endurance and gliding.
Dust Sooraya Qadir Joins the Hellions students and then the New X-Men trainees.
Powers: Turns into living sandstorm.
Stepford Cuckoos Phoebe, Celeste, and Mindee Cuckoo The Cuckoos are the cloned daughters of X-Man White Queen. Sophie had died in New X-Men #137, Esme joined Xorn's Brotherhood and died New X-Men #150.
Powers: Hive minded consciousness, telepathy, diamond forms, levitation.
Longneck Jon Van Helsking Depowered.
Powers: Super long neck.
Forearm Jorge Lucas More than likely to be depowered.
Powers: Four arms.
Irina Irina More than likely to be depowered.
Powers: Multiple openings in throat, projection of voice in all directions.
Other unnamed students Various Many students were shown on the team but were never given a name. Included Iain Forbs (mentioned but name not put to a face).

X-Men splinter teams

New Mutants/X-Force

New Mutants (Original)

Character Real Name Joined in Notes
New Mutants (Original)
Professor X Charles Francis Xavier Marvel Graphic Novel #4 (1982) Founder and mentor.
Karma Xi'an Coy Manh Marvel Graphic Novel #4 (1982) Initial team leader.
Wolfsbane Rahne Sinclair Marvel Graphic Novel #4 (1982) Affair with student Elixir discovered, left and joins X-Factor Investigations.
Psyche Danielle Moonstar Marvel Graphic Novel #4 (1982) Later known as Mirage, co-leader with Cannonball. Depowered as an effect of M-Day.
Cannonball Samuel Guthrie Marvel Graphic Novel #4 (1982) Co-leader with Mirage.
Sunspot Roberto Da Costa Marvel Graphic Novel #4 (1982). Curent Lord Imperial of the Hellfire Club Inner Circle.
New Mutants (Vol. 1 recruits)
Shadowcat Katherine Pryde Uncanny X-Men #167 (1983) Joined only temporarily after Xavier demoted her, shortly afterwards rejoined the X-Men.
Magma Amara 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 Rasputina New Mutants (vol. 1) #14 (1984) Died of the Legacy Virus in Uncanny X-Men #303. Resurrected by Belasco, minus her soul. Current ruler of Limbo.
Warlock Warlock New Mutants (vol. 1) #21 (1984) An alien mutant.
Cypher Douglas Ramsey New Mutants (vol. 1) #21 (1984) Killed by the Ani-Mator, employed by Cameron Hodge in New Mutants #60.
Magneto Erik Lehnsherr Uncanny X-Men #200 (1985) Mentor; Depowered as an effect of M-Day.
Bird-Brain Bird Brain New Mutants (vol. 1) #55 (1987) An Ani-Men.
Gosamyr Gosamyr New Mutants (vol. 1) #67 (1988) An alien.
Rusty Collins Russell Collins New Mutants (vol. 1) #77 (1989) Killed by Holocaust in X-Men vol. 2 #42 (1995).
Skids Sally Blevins New Mutants (vol. 1) #77 (1989) Member of the 198.
Rictor Julio Esteban Richter New Mutants (vol. 1) #77 (1989) Depowered as an effect of M-Day; currently a member of X-Factor Investigations.
Boom Boom Tabitha Smith New Mutants (vol. 1) #77 (1989) Also known as Boomer and Meltdown, current member of Nextwave.
Artie Arthur Maddicks New Mutants vol. 1 #77 (1989) Depowered as an effect of M-Day.
Leech Leech New Mutants vol. 1 #77 (1989) Member of the 198.
Cable Nathan Summers New Mutants vol. 1 #89 (1990) Mentor.
Copycat Vanessa Carlysle New Mutants vol. 1 #98 (1991) Joined impersonating Domino. Died in Deadpool vol. 3 #58 (2001).
Warpath James Proudstar New Mutants vol. 1 #99 (1991) Originally known as Thunderbird. Current member of the X-Men
Shatterstar Gaveedra Seven New Mutants vol. 1 #100 (1991) Former alien warrior, his mind was later transplanted into the body of a mutant.
Feral Maria Callasantos New Mutants vol. 1 #100 (1991) Depowered as an effect of M-Day. Recently eviscerated by Sabretooth.

X-Force

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 New Mutants vol. 1 #100 (1991)
Copycat Vanessa Carlysle New Mutants vol. 1 #100 (1991) Joined impersonating Domino; died in Deadpool vol. 3 #58 (2001).
Shatterstar Gaveedra Seven New Mutants vol. 1 #100 (1991) Former alien warrior, his mind was later transplanted into the body of a mutant.
Feral Maria Callasantos New Mutants vol. 1 #100 (1991) Depowered as an effect of M-Day. Recently killed by Sabretooth.
Meltdown Tabitha Smith New Mutants vol. 1 #100 (1991) Current member of Nextwave.
Warpath James Proudstar New Mutants vol. 1 #100 (1991) Originally known as Thunderbird.
1990s recruits
Siryn Theresa Cassidy X-Force vol. 1 #5 (1991) Current member of X-Factor investigations. Pregnant with Madrox's child.
Sunspot Roberta DaCosta X-Force vol. 1 #15 (1992) Current Lord Imperial of the Hellfire Club and leader of latest incarnation of Brotherhood.
Lila Cheney Lila Cheney X-Force vol. 1 #
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Rictor Julio Richter X-Force vol. 1 #15 (1992) Depowered as an effect of M-Day. Currently a member of X-Factor Investigations. Worked as a mole in Purifiers.
Domino Neena Thurman X-Force vol. 1 #32 (1994)
Caliban Unknown X-Force vol. 1 #44 (1995) Killed during a stint on the latest incarnation of the team.
Moonstar Danielle Moonstar X-Force vol. 1 #68 (1997) Defected from the Mutant Liberation Front after Operation: Zero Tolerance. Depowered as an effect of M-Day. Current member of Sunspot's Brotherhood
Bedlam Jesse Aaronson X-Force vol. 1 #85 (1999) Died in Uncanny X-Men #423 (2003).
Pete Wisdom Peter Wisdom X-Force vol. 1 #102 (2000) Retrained X-Force to be spies, faked his own death to make them stronger. Currently with New Excalibur
X-Force (Current)

A new team, unrelated to the original, assembled by Cyclops and lead by Wolverine to take on missions which require responses too violent or controversial for the X-Men to deal with directly.

Wolverine James "Logan" Howlett Uncanny X-Men #493 (2007).
Wolfsbane Rahne Sinclair Uncanny X-Men #493 (2007). Joined to investigate the connections between Purifiers and her father, Rev. Craig.
X-23 Laura Kinney Uncanny X-Men #493 (2007).
Warpath James Proudstar Uncanny X-Men #493 (2007). Originally known as Thunderbird.
Caliban Unknown Uncanny X-Men #493 (2007). Killed during the team's first mission.
Hepzibah Unpronounceable Uncanny X-Men #493 (2007). Seemingly left the team after the events of "Messiah Complex".
Archangel Warren Worthington III X-Force vol. 3 #7 (2008).

X-Factor

Character Real Name Joined in Notes
X-Factor
Cyclops Scott Summers X-Factor #1 (1986)
Marvel Girl Jean Grey-Summers X-Factor #1 (1986)
Iceman Robert Drake X-Factor #1 (1986)
Archangel Warren Worthington III X-Factor #1 (1986)
Beast Dr. Henry McCoy X-Factor #1 (1986)
Caliban X-Factor #17 (1987)
X-Factor Government Team
Polaris Lorna Dane X-Factor #71 (1991)
Multiple Man Jamie Madrox X-Factor #71 (1991)
Strong Guy Guido Carosella X-Factor #71 (1991)
Havok Alexander Summers X-Factor #71 (1991) Leader.
Wolfsbane Rahne Sinclair X-Factor #71 (1991)
Quicksilver Pietro Maximoff X-Factor #72 (1991)
Forge Real Name Unknown X-Factor #93 (1993) Joined as government liaison and later becomes the team's leader.
Wild Child Kyle Gibney X-Factor #114 (1995) Depowered after M-Day.
Shard Shard Bishop Died in Bishop: The Last X-Man #14.
Mystique Raven Darkholme
Sabretooth Victor Creed
Random Marshall Stone III
Greystone Devlin Greystone Died in X-Factor #149.
Fixx ??
Archer ??
X-Factor Investigations

Although the team debuts in X-Factor v.3 #1, the majority of the group (save Layla Miller and Rictor) had already joined the team beforehand.

Multiple Man Jamie Madrox Madrox #5 Team founder and leader.
Strong Guy Guido Carosella Madrox #5
Wolfsbane Rahne Sinclair Madrox #5 Mysteriously left the team to join X-Force undercover.
Siryn Theresa Cassidy X-Factor v.3 #1 Currently pregnant with Multiple Man's child.
Butterfly Layla Miller X-Factor v.3 #1 Currently imprisoned in a mutant concentration camp while trapped in Bishop's future.
M Monet St. Croix X-Factor v.3 #2 Former member of Generation X.
Rictor Julio Richter X-Factor v.3 #2 Depowered. Left the team before being captured by Arcade.
Darwin Armando Muñoz X-Factor v.3 #33 Former X-Man.
Longshot Unrevealed X-Factor v.3 #33 Former member of the X-Men and the Exiles. Revealed to be a Skrull.

Excalibur

Character Real Name Joined in Notes
Excalibur I
Captain Britain Brian Braddock Excalibur: The Sword is Drawn (1987)
Meggan Meggan Braddock Excalibur: The Sword is Drawn (1987) Married Captain Britain in Excalibur #125, was pulled out of our reality in Uncanny X-Men #465.
Phoenix Rachel Summers Excalibur: The Sword is Drawn (1987) After being trapped in Mojoverse for a while, she escaped and emerged in London which led to her joining.
Nightcrawler Kurt Wagner Excalibur: The Sword is Drawn (1987) Was put in a coma during the Mutant Massacre.
Shadowcat Katherine Pryde Excalibur: The Sword is Drawn (1987) She was left in her phased form from injuries received during the Mutant Massacre, she was recovering on Muir Island when she joined.
Lockheed Lockheed the Dragon Excalibur: The Sword is Drawn (1987)
Excalibur I recruits
Widget Katherine Pryde Originally from the Days of Future Past timeline. A living robot containing Kate Pryde's consciousness.
Kylun Colin McKay Excalibur #46 (1992) His two swords, the Zz'rath, will cut through anything besides people who know that they are innocent.
Cerise Cerise Excalibur #47 (1992) A member of the alien race called the Shi'ar; she also had a relationship with Nightcrawler.
Micromax Scott Wright Former agent of F.I.6., was a close ally of Excalibur after F.I.6. was destroyed by Necrom. Left the team to join the Brand Corporation, but was fired later.
Feron ?? Descendant of the first host of the Phoenix. A trained mage.
Moira MacTaggert Moira Kinross MacTaggert Excalibur #71 Began working with Excalibur when the team moved to Muir Island.
Daytripper Amanda Sefton/Jimaine Szardos Excalibur #75 Foster-sister to Nightcrawler, had a relationship with him. Left the team to rule over the otherdimensional realm of Limbo.
Douglock Warlock Excalibur #78 Thought to be Cypher returned to life as a techno-organic being. In fact Warlock had absorbed Cypher's personality. After Excalibur disbanded, he had his own short-lived solo-series.
Pete Wisdom Peter Paul Winston Wisdom Excalibur #91 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.
Wolfsbane Rahne Sinclair Excalibur #90 Joined the team to look after her foster-mother Moira MacTaggert, who had become infected with the Legacy Virus.
Colossus Piotr "Peter" Rasputin Excalibur #92 Joined the team after the Acolytes disbanded. Left with Kitty Pryde and Nightcrawler to rejoin the X-Men, leading to Excalibur disbanding.
Excalibur I allies
Alysande Stuart Alysande Stuart
Alistaire Stuart Alistaire Stuart
Rory Campbell Roderick Campbell
Excalibur: Sword of Power
Captain Britain Brian Braddock
Meggan Meggan Braddock
Psylocke Elizabeth "Betsy" Braddock
Black Knight Dane Whitman
Captain UK Linda McQuillan
Crusader X Bran Braddock
Sir Benedict Sir Benedict Englande
Genoshan Excalibur
Callisto Excalibur (vol. 2) # (2004) Depowered. Briefly repowered (her enhanced senses) by the Terrigen Mists but to the point where even rain harms her. Comatose.
Dark Beast Henry Philip McCoy Excalibur (vol. 2) # (2005) Still powered.
Freakshow Excalibur (vol. 2) # (2004) Depowered. Briefly repowered by the Terrigen Mists but was stuck in his monstrous form.
Karima Shapandar Karima Shapandar Excalibur (vol. 2) # (2004) Human/Omega Prime Sentinel. Currently in Genosha.
Magneto Magnus Excalibur (vol. 2) # (2004) Depowered.
Professor X Charles Francis Xavier Excalibur (vol. 2) # (2004) Depowered.
Shola Inkose Shola Inkose Excalibur (vol. 2) # (2004) Depowered. Repowered by the Terrigen Mists.
Wicked Excalibur (vol. 2) # (2004) Depowered. Repowered by the Terrigen Mists with erratic control.
New Excalibur
Captain Britain Brian Braddock New Excalibur #5 (2006) Wife Meggan was sucked in a reality breach at the end of Uncanny's House of M arc.
Dazzler Alison "Ali" Blaire New Excalibur #5 (2006) Former music superstar.
Juggernaut Cain Marko New Excalibur #4 (2006) Xavier's step brother, not a mutant.
Pete Wisdom* Peter Paul Winston Wisdom New Excalibur #3 (2006) Works for MI-13 that deals with all matters metaphysical.
Nocturne Talia "T.J." Wagner New Excalibur #3 (2006) Daughter of Nightcrawler and the Scarlet Witch from an alternate reality. Former member of Exiles, traded for Beak.
Sage Tessa, surname unknown New Excalibur #5 (2006) Formerly a spy for Xavier in the Hellfire Club.

Generation X

Character Real Name Joined in Notes
Generation X
Banshee Sean Cassidy Generation X #1 Mentor and founder.
Emma Frost Emma Grace Frost Generation X #1 Mentor and founder.
Skin Angelo Espinosa Generation X #1 Died in Uncanny X-Men #423 (2003).
Synch Everett Thomas Generation X #1 Died in Generation X #70 (2000).
M Claudette & Nicole St. Croix Generation X #1 Masqueraded as Monet St. Croix, became Penance.
Husk Paige Guthrie Generation X #1
Jubilee Jubilation Lee Generation X #1 Depowered as an effect of M-Day.
Chamber Jonothan Evan Starsmore Generation X #1 (1994) Depowered as an effect of M-Day.
Penance Monet, Yvette and Claudette St. Croix Generation X #3 (1995) Became M.
Mondo N/A Generation X Annual '95 (1995) Clone of the real Mondo, Died in Generation X #25 (1997).
Gaia ?? Generation X #44 (1998)
M Monet Yvette Clarisse Maria Therese St. Croix The real Monet was freed from Penance when her sisters took her place in their combined form.
Penance Yvette Came into existence when the M Twins were freed from the Penance form.
Wards of Generation X
Leech Jimmy ?? Generation X #6 Became a ward after Gene Nation attacked and kidnapped the White Queen.
Artie Maddicks Arthur Maddicks Generation X #6 Became a ward after Gene Nation attacked and kidnapped the White Queen.
Franklin Richards Franklin Richards Generation X #20 Became a ward for a short time after the alleged death of his family, the Fantastic Four, during the Onslaught saga.
M-Twins Claudette & Nicole St. Croix Were freed from the form of Penance.

X-Corporation

Character Real Name Joined in Notes
X-Corporation: Hong Kong Branch
Domino Neena Thurman New X-Men Annual 2001 Currently an X-Force member.
Risque Gloria Dolores Muñoz New X-Men Annual 2001 Killed off-panel by the U-Men.
X-Corporation: Los Angeles Branch
Empath Manuel Rodrigo Alfonso de la Rocha X-Treme X-Men #31 Former member of the Hellions, retained his powers during M-Day.
Sunspot Roberto DaCosta X-Treme X-Men #31 Former New Mutant. Now a member of the Hellfire Club.
Magma Amara Juliana Olivians Aquilla X-Treme X-Men #34 Former New Mutant, retained her powers during M-Day.
Skitz unrevealed X-Treme X-Men #35
Stringfellow unrevealed X-Treme X-Men #35
Skids Sally Blevins X-Treme X-Men #42 Former member of the New Mutants, Acolytes, and X-Factor, retained her powers during M-Day and was part of the 198.
X-Corporation: Mumbai Branch
Warpath James Jonathan Proudstar New X-Men #133 John Proudstar's brother. Currently an X-Men member.
Feral María Callasantos New X-Men #133 Thornn's sister. Deceased. Killed by Sabretooth.
Thornn Lucía Callasantos New X-Men #133 Feral's sister. Depowered during M-Day.
Sunfire Shiro Yoshida New X-Men #133 Former X-Man, was part of the Horsemen of Apocalypse as Famine.
X-Corporation: Paris Branch
Cannonball Samuel Zachery Guthrie New X-Men #128 Actually an X-Men member.
Darkstar Laynia Petrovna New X-Men #128 Vanguard's sister. Former member of the Champions and Winter Guard. Killed by Weapon XII.
M Monet Yvette Clarisse Maria Therese St. Croix New X-Men #128 Now operates in X-Factor Investigations.
Siryn Theresa Rourke Cassidy New X-Men #128 Banshee's daughter. Now operates in X-Factor Investigations.
Multiple Man Jamie Madrox New X-Men #128 Now leads and operates X-Factor Investigations.
Rictor Julio Esteban Richter New X-Men #128 Depowered during M-Day. Now operates as a member of X-Factor Investigations.
Sabra Ruth Bat-Seraph New X-Men #131 Retained her powers during the M-Day.
Holly Holly X-Treme X-Men: X-Posé #1 Secretary.
X-Corporation: Singapore Branch
Thunderbird Neal Shaara Excalibur vol. 2 #5 Former X-Man.
Lifeguard Heather Cameron Excalibur vol. 2 #5 Slipstream's sister. Former member of the X-Men.
Other Members
Professor X Charles Francis Xavier Founder. Now with the X-Men.
Vange Whedon Evangeline Whedon Legal council. Now operates as the X-Men's lawyer.

X-Force/X-Statix

Character Real Name Joined in Notes
X-Force
Coach ?? X-Force #116 Mentor and trainer; died in X-Force #120, formerly known as The Arm.
Spike Freeman Spike Freeman X-Force #117 Owner and financial backer of the team; died in X-Statix #16.
Zeitgeist Axel Cluney X-Force #116 Died in X-Force #116 in the "Boys R Us" massacre.
Battering Ram ?? X-Force #116 Died in X-Force #116 in the "Boys R Us" massacre.
Gin Genie Rebecca "Beckah" Parker X-Force #116 Died in X-Force #116 in the "Boys R Us" massacre.
La Nuit Pierre Truffaut X-Force #116 Died in X-Force #116 in the "Boys R Us" massacre.
Plazm ?? X-Force #116 Died in X-Force #116 in the "Boys R Us" massacre.
Sluk Byron Spencer X-Force #116 Died in X-Force #116 in the "Boys R Us" massacre.
U-Go Girl Edith "Eddie" Sawyer X-Force #116 Died in X-Force #128; was formerly narcoleptic.
Anarchist Tike Alicar X-Force #116 Died in X-Statix #26.
Orphan Guy Smith X-Force #117 Died in X-Statix #26. Formerly known as Mister Sensitive.
Saint Anna Anna X-Force #117 Died in X-Force #119.
Bloke Mickey Tork X-Force #117 Died in X-Force #118. Formerly known as Rainbow.
Phat William Reilly X-Force #117 Died in X-Statix #18.
Vivisector Miles Alfred X-Force #117 Died in X-Statix #26.
Spike ?? X-Force #121 Died in X-Force #128.
Dead Girl Moonbeam (last name unknown) X-Force #125
Doop ?? X-Force #116
X-Statix
Anarchist Tike Alicar X-Force #116 Died in X-Statix #26.
Orphan Guy Smith X-Force #117 Died in X-Statix #26. Formerly known as Mister Sensitive.
Venus Dee Milo Dee Milo X-Statix #1 Died in X-Statix #26.
Phat William Reilly X-Force #117 Died in X-Statix #18.
Vivisector Miles Alfred X-Force #117 Died in X-Statix #26.
Dead Girl Moonbeam (last name unknown) X-Force #125
Fan Boy Arthur Lundberg X-Statix #1 Died in X-Statix #5 after Orphan convinced Lacuna to inject a serum into his heart. His last name was also printed as Lundberg.
El Guapo Robbie Rodriguez X-Statix #9 Died in X-Statix #18.
Masked Mutant ?? X-Statix #10 Possibly died before the "Boyz R Us" mission.
Red Foxx ?? X-Statix #10 Possibly died before the "Boyz R Us" mission. She has humanoid fox appearance.
Visor ?? X-Statix #10 Possibly died before the "Boyz R Us" mission. Apparently has eye-laser powers like Cyclops.
Henrietta Hunter Henrietta Hunter X-Statix #13 Died in X-Statix #17; originally Henrietta was supposed to be a reincarnate version of Princess Diana, but under heavy fire from the press Marvel Comics decided to change her origin.
Doop ?? X-Force #116
Allies
Lacuna Woodstock first appeared in X-Force #121 Applied to be on X-Force but was denied entry by Orphan; later she became an often ally and helped X-Force/X-Statix several times, including in the murder of Fan Boy.

Xavier Institute Students

It was stated that there were 182 students before M-Day. They are now 26 including X-23 (plus Kid Omega in Beast's lab). The ones who didn't show up in New X-Men #23 are most likely depowered or even dead (42 died on the bus). The still powered ones have a *.

Codename Real Name First appearance Notes
New X-Men

The team debuted in New X-Men (vol. 2) #23 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.

Dust Sooraya Qadir New X-Men (vol. 1) #133. Afghan mutant who lost her mother. Was member of the Hellions squad.
Powers: Capable of turning body to sand, causing the sand to move quick enough to tear through flesh, very hard to telepathically locate. This form is also somewhat resistant to magic.
Elixir Joshua Foley New Mutants (vol. 2) #5. Former mutant-hating Reaver with gold skin. Former member of the New Mutants. Recently has gained full control of his powers, thanks to the Stepford Cuckoos. Back on the team as of New X-Men #43.
Powers: Omega level healer, capable of controlling all biological structures, shown so far by transmuting objects, bringing back dead and killing a person through touch.
Hellion Julian Keller New Mutants (vol. 2) #2. Favored student of White Queen and former leader of the Hellions. Was denied a leadership role by Emma Frost because he saved X-23 from Onyxx during the training exercise that would determine the members of the New X-Men.
Powers: Advanced telekinesis, used for flight, blasts of telekinetic energy, force-fields and picking things up.
Mercury Cessily Kincaid New Mutants (vol. 2) #2. Irish-American cheerleader who was a member of the Hellions. Currently traumatized because of experimentation on her skin.
Powers: Body made of malleable, non-toxic mercury capable of being forged into various forms, such as weapons or tools. She can cling to walls, and she does not require nutrition or air. Her liquid mercury can also leave her body and form bonds with separate organic beings, which Cessily can control. This form is also resistant to magic.
Rockslide Santo Vaccarro New Mutants (vol. 2) #7. Italian-American bully who was a member of the Hellions. Dreams of being a professional wrestler. After being broken up to pieces during the fight with Stryker, Hellion telekinetically put him together and gave Rockslide a larger, more rugged body. During a mission in Limbo, Rockslide has gained a volcanic rock form.
Powers: Psionic entity capable of taking rocks around him to use as body. His different bodies give him the ability to expel his limbs, detonate, and he has superhuman strength and endurance.
Surge Noriko Ashida New Mutants (vol. 2) #8. Japanese mutant that formerly took drug to control powers. Was given special gauntlets for control when joined Institute. Former member of the New Mutants. Current leader of the New X-Men.
Powers: Absorption of electricity which can be used for electric blasts and super speed.
X-23 Laura Kinney X-Men: Evolution episode #41 Wolverine's 23rd and first successful clone from a Weapon X recreation program. Joined the Uncanny X-Men for a time. Put on the team by Cyclops. Recently joined X-Force.
Powers: Superhuman tracking skills, heightened senses, healing factor, poison and fatigue immunity, two bone claws on each arm, one bone claw on each foot (all claws covered in Adamantium).
Prodigy David Alleyne New X-Men (vol. 2) #29. Former co-leader of the New Mutants. Depowered as of M-Day. Joined the New X-Men to fight William Stryker. Substitute teacher at the school.
Powers: Formerly telepathic absorption of skills from the people around him, latent potential to absorb all knowledge known to man. Still possesses advanced technical and tactical skills due to naturally gifted intelligence. Regained all information he had ever copied before M-Day thanks to the Cuckoos in New X-Men #43.
Pixie Megan Gwynn New X-Men: Academy X #5. Welsh student at the Institute. Former member of the Paragons squad.
Powers: Flight, hallucinatory dust, magical soulknife, and limited magic abilities such as teleportation.
Anole Victor Borkowski New Mutants (vol. 2) #2. Teenage homosexual mutant. Former leader of Alpha Squadron.
Powers: Reptilian mutation causing green scaly skin, spiked head carapace, prehensile sticky tongue, superhuman agility, speed, reflexes, coordination, balance, wallcrawling, and camouflage. He also has a regeneration ability used to regrow limbs. His limbs appear in a more powerful reptilian form. This has caused him to regrow his right arm in a super strong form, complete with claws.
Gentle Nezhno Abidemi New X-Men (vol. 2) #23. Former member of Storm's Squad. Joined the New X-Men during the Messiah Complex.
Powers: Extreme Strength. Temporarily increase the muscle mass of his body to impossible levels. However, he cannot sustain this form for long since it causes massive strain on his body and leads to seizures. The vibranium tattoos adorning his body help to keep his powers in check but Nezhno indicated that eventually his powers will kill him.
Armor Hisako ichiki Astonishing X-Men (vol. 3) #4. Member of the X-Men. Joined the New X-Men during the Messiah Complex.
Powers: Ability to generate psionic body armor that grants superhuman strength and durability.
Young X-Men

A group of mutants, some of whom were former students, whom Donald Pierce, while disguised as Cyclops, duped into becoming his own personal team of "X-Men".

Dust Sooraya Qadir New X-Men (vol. 1) #133. Afghan mutant. She was member of the Hellions Squad and the New X-Men. Recruited in the "X-Men" by Cyclops (Donald Pierce) to kill the "New Brotherhood".
Powers: Capable of turning body to sand, causing the sand to move quick enough to tear through flesh, very hard to telepathically locate. This form is also somewhat resistant to magic.
Rockslide Santo Vaccarro New Mutants (vol. 2) #7. Former member of the Hellions Squad and the New X-Men. Recruited in the "X-Men" by Cyclops (Donald Pierce) along with Blindfold, to kill the "New Brotherhood".
Powers: Psionic entity capable of forming a "golem" form by assimilating surrounding rock and earth into a gestalt shell, adopting the properties of the matter used. Can explosively detonate the shell and reform at will. Super strength, durability, and endurance seem to appear in any form.
Blindfold Ruth Aldine Astonishing X-Men vol. 3 #7 Blind mutant and a student at Xavier's school. Recruited in the "X-Men" by Cyclops (Donald Pierce) to kill the "New Brotherhood".
Powers: Telepathy, retrocognition, clairvoyance, and precognition.
Wolf Cub Nicholas Gleason Chamber #1 Student at Xavier's and former member of the Paragons Squad. Recruited in the "X-Men" by Cyclops (Donald Pierce) to kill the "New Brotherhood".
Powers: Permanent werewolf-like form that imbues him with enhanced senses, strength, speed, agility, reflexes, coordination, balance and endurance . Additionally, Gleason possesses razor-sharp claws and fangs, a full-body coat of fur, and pointed ears.
Ink Eric Gitter Young X-Men #1 (2008). Recruited in the "X-Men" by Cyclops (Donald Pierce) to kill the "New Brotherhood".
Powers: Able to gain an ability associated with each tattoo on his body. Has been seen with a radioactive touch due to his tattoos.
Omega Gang

Group of students that was on the drug kick and started a riot at Xavier's, killing Sophie and Dummy

Glob Herman Herman New X-Men #117 In human prison. Still powered after M-Day.
Kid Omega Quentin Quire New X-Men #134 Team leader. His secondary mutation was to become bodyless and he is in a tube in Beast's lab since. Returned during X-Men: Phoenix Endsong.
Phaser Christian Cord New X-Men #126 Formerly known as Radian. Brother of Longstrike. Imprisoned due to involvement in the Riot at Xavier's. Revealed depowered in New Avengers #18. Currently a member of the New Warriors.
Redneck Vincent Stewart New X-Men #126 Imprisoned due to involvement in the Riot at Xavier's. Revealed depowered in New Avengers #18. Currently a member of the New Warriors.
Longstrike Christine Cord New X-Men #126 Formerly known as Tattoo. Sister of Phaser. Imprisoned due to involvement in the Riot at Xavier's. Revealed depowered in New Avengers #18. Joined New Warriors and was killed by Cancer of Zodiac.
Special Class

First shown in New X-Men #135, turned into a new Brotherhood in New X-Men #146.

Angel Angel Salvadore New X-Men #118 Depowered, as revealed in Exiles #72. Currently a member of the New Warriors.
Basilisk Bob Smitz New X-Men #135 Died in New X-Men #149.
Beak Barnell Bohusk New X-Men #117 Depowered, as revealed in Exiles #72. Now a member of the New Warriors with an entirely different physical appearance.
Dummy Sublime? New X-Men #135 His containing suit exploded in New X-Men #137.
Dust Sooraya Qadir New X-Men #133 Joined and left in New X-Men #146.
Ernst Cassandra Xavier New X-Men #114, as Ernst in New X-Men #135 Still powered and at the Institute. Shown up in both forms since Decimation.
No-Girl Martha Johansson New X-Men #118 No-Girl is Martha's astral form, therefore No-Girl can't be seen by people immune to telepathy.
Rogue's squad

No name was ever given to them on panel. First appeared in Uncanny X-Men #444, disbanded in New X-Men vol. 2 #23. Apparently no member remained powered.

6 unnamed members ?? Uncanny X-Men #444 More than likely depowered.
New Mutants

Dani Moonstar's squad. Created in New X-Men Academy X #2, disbanded in New X-Men vol. 2 #23.

Elixir Joshua "Josh" Foley New Mutants vol. 2 #5 Omega-level mutant.
Icarus Joshua "Jay" Guthrie Rom Annual #3 Former Hellion, 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.
Prodigy David Alleyne New Mutants vol. 2 #4 Former co-leader. Still at the Institute. He created a Danger Room variation called the Danger Cave when he was powered.
Surge Noriko Ashida New Mutants vol. 2 #8 Dust's former roommate.
Wallflower Laurie Collins New Mutants vol. 2 # 2 Had a hard time getting control of her powers. Has a withered arm because of Wither. Shot in the head by Stryker's sniper.
Wind Dancer Sofia Mantega New Mutants vol. 2 #1 Former co-leader and love interest of Hellion. New recruit of the New Warriors.
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.
Wither Kevin Ford New Mutants vol. 2 #3 Joined in New X-Men: Academy #3 and left in New X-Men: Academy X #6.
Hellions

Emma Frost's squad. Created in New X-Men Academy X #2, disbanded in New X-Men vol. 2 #23.

Dust Sooraya Qadir New X-Men #133 Moral core of the team Surge's former roommate.
Hellion Julian Keller New Mutants vol. 2 #2 Team leader.
Icarus Joshua "Jay" Guthrie X-Men #157 Left in New X-Men: Academy X #6.
Mercury Cessily Kincaid New Mutants vol. 2 #2 Had a crush on Wither. Still powered.
Rockslide Santo Vaccarro New Mutants vol. 2 #3
Tag Brian Cruz New Mutants vol. 2 #10 Depowered. He was killed in the explosion of the bus that sent the students home.
Wither Kevin Ford New Mutants vol. 2 #3 Former New Mutant. Switched with Icarus. Still powered, he left after withering Laurie's arm.
Corsairs

Cyclops' squad. Created in New X-Men Academy X #2, disbanded in New X-Men vol. 2 #23.

DJ Mark Sheppard New X-Men: Academy X #2 Depowered. Was on the bus when it exploded.
Dryad Callie Betto New X-Men: Academy X #1 Depowered. Was on the bus when it exploded.
Quill Maxwell "Max" Jordan New X-Men: Academy X #1 Still powered. Killed by Stryker's sniper in New X-Men vol. 2 #27.
Specter Dallas Gibson New Mutants vol. 2 #10 Former Paragon. Switched team with DJ. Now depowered.
Stepford Cuckoos Unit 1 Celeste Cuckoo New X-Men #118 Co-Leader. Still powered. See the Three-In-One.
Stepford Cuckoos Unit 3 Mindee Cuckoo New X-Men #118 Co-Leader. Still powered. See the Three-In-One.
Stepford Cuckoos Unit 4 Phoebe Cuckoo New X-Men #118 Co-Leader. Still powered. See the Three-In-One.
Paragons

Wolfsbane's squad, then Karma's, finally Magma's. The squad's name was seen on the field day results in New X-Men: Academy X #10. It first appeared in New X-Men Academy X #12, disbanded in New X-Men vol. 2 #23

DJ Mark Sheppard New X-Men: Academy X #2 Former Corsair. Depowered. Was on the bus when it exploded. Now dead.
Match Ben Hamill New Mutants vol. 2 #7 Team Leader. May have been seen in New X-Men #123 but it's unconfirmed.
Pixie Megan Gwynn New X-Men: Academy X #5 Active.
Preview Jessica "Jessie" Vale New X-Men: Academy X #12 Depowered. Network's sister.
Specter Dallas Gibson New Mutants vol. 2 #10 Left somewhere between New X-Men: Academy X #2 and New X-Men: Academy X #12.
Trance Hope Abbott New X-Men: Academy X #5 Active.
Wolf Cub Nicholas Gleason Chamber #1
Alpha Squadron

Northstar's squad, then Karma's. The squad's name was seen on the field day results in New X-Men: Academy X #4. It first appeared in New X-Men Academy X #13, disbanded in New X-Men vol. 2 #23.

Anole Victor Borkowski New Mutants vol. 2 #2 Team leader.
Indra Paras Gavaskar New X-Men: Academy X #7 Has a sister in the Lower school.
Kidogo Lazaro Kotikash New X-Men: Academy X #13 More than likely to be depowered.
Loa Alani Ryan New X-Men: Academy X #5 Still powered.
Network Sarah Vale New X-Men: Academy X #13 Was on the bus when it exploded. Now dead. Was Preview's sister.
Rubbermaid Andrea Marguiles X-Treme X-Men #20 On the bus when it exploded, now dead.
Gambit's squad

No name was ever given to the squad. First appeared in X-Men vol. 2 #171, disbanded in New X-Men vol. 2 #23. Strangely this team had only five members until Foxx arrived and not six. The other members may have died.

Bling! Roxanne "Roxy" Washington X-Men #171
Flubber Floyd Nughes X-Men #171 More than likely to be depowered.
Foxx Raven Darkholme X-Men #171 Mystique infiltrated the X-Men while posing as Foxx from X-Men #171 to X-Men #172. She was then discovered by the X-Men and voted in as a probationary member.
Onyxx Sidney Green X-Men #171 Team leader. Was in love with Foxx but she rejected him.
Rain Boy Marco DePolo X-Men #171 More than likely depowered.
Other member? The squads were each meant to have six members, but only four were shown before Mystique's arrival. That's why the other may be dead or non-existent. It is also possible that Gambit's squad was in the process of being formed upon their comic debut.
Lower school

Left in charge of Karma. It is made up by the students who are too young to be in a squad.

?? Jeffrey Garrett X-Treme X-Men #20 Died while teleporting during Magneto's attack on the school in New X-Men #147. Was revealed to have "survived" as a ghost in New X-Men: Academy X #9. He disappeared after M-Day meaning his ghost state may have been a side-effect of his powers.
?? Leong Coy Manh New Mutants vol. 2 #4 Karma's brother, powerless.
?? Nga Coy Manh New Mutants vol. 2 #4 Karma's sister, powerless.
Storm's Squad

Storm's squad. The squad never appeared on panel and given a name . It disbanded in New X-Men vol. 2 #23.

Gentle Nezhno Abidemi New X-Men vol. 2, #23 He was confirmed off-panel to have been in Storm's squad. His powers are unknown.
5 other students None Each squad had six students. There must have been five other members but they are more than likely to be depowered and may have been on the bus when it exploded.
No squads known

Here are the students who were shown but whose squads were not known or who died/left before joining one. There were two mentioned squads, the Exemplars and the Excelsiors, but no information had been given about them before they disbanded.

Aero Melody Guthrie New Mutants #42 Depowered, since New X-Men vol. 2 #20. Sister of Husk, Cannonball, and Icarus. Powers: Flight.
?? Amber New X-Men #23 Depowered young girl. Died following the bus explosion.
?? Andy Lyon X-Men Unlimited vol. 2 #1 More than likely depowered. Powers: Feral.
Armor Hisako Ichiki Astonishing X-Men vol. 3 #4 Still powered. Currently a member of the X-Men. Powers: Psionic armor.
Blindfold Ruth Aldine Astonishing X-Men vol. 3 #7 Powers: Telepathy and precognition.
?? Ernst New X-Men #135 One of the remaining powered students after M-Day. Powers: Superhuman strength.
?? Eugene Quinn Gambit vol. 4 #10 More than likely depowered.
Forearm Jorge Lucas New X-Men #147 Depowered as of New Avengers #19.
Frida Frida Culp New X-Men #126 More than likely depowered.
Germaine Germaine Kendall New X-Men #155 Killed by mobster in New X-Men #156. Mindee's boyfriend. Powers: Pyrokinesis.
?? Carter Ghazikhanian Uncanny X-Men #411 Left with his mother, nurse Annie Ghazikhanian and an unknown friend. Likely depowered. Powers: Telepathy, telekinesis.
Gloom Oliver Huck X-Treme X-Men #20 Depowered. Revealed in New Avengers #18. Powers: Shadow generation.
Hydro Floyd Carter New X-Men vol. 2 #20 Depowered and died (drowned) in New X-Men vol. 2, #20. Powers: Amphibious abilities.
Irina Irina van Strond New X-Men #118 More than likely depowered. Powers: Three extra mouths.
?? Jacob Walker X-Men Unlimited vol. 2 #7 Unable to solidify he was dispersed in X-Men Unlimited vol. 2 #7. Powers: Transform into gas.
Longneck Jonah Van Helsking New X-Men #147 Depowered. Confirmed in New Avengers #18
?? Molly Chamber LS #1 More than likely depowered. Powers: Tentacles.
No-Girl Martha Johansson None
Silicon ?? X-Treme X-Men #20 More than likely depowered. Powers: Fluid body.
Slick ?? New X-Men #134 Depowered. Confirmed in New Avengers #18. Was a little creature and used his illusory powers to look like a handsome guy. Powers: Illusionist.
Spike New X-Men #126 More than likely depowered. Powers: Spikes.
Squidboy Samuel "Sammy" Pare Uncanny X-Men #410 Killed by Black Tom Cassidy in X-Men #162. It was said that Iceman's squad was "lighter since the accident". Taking Exodus's attack (the only plausible accident), Sammy must've been on that team and his death explains why it became "lighter". Powers: Aquatic abilities.
Stepford Cuckoo Esme Cuckoo New X-Men #118 Esme died in New X-Men #150. See the Three-In-One.
Stepford Cuckoo Sophie Cuckoo New X-Men #118 Sophie died in New X-Men #137. She was briefly brought back during X-Men: Phoenix Endsong #4 by Kid Omega but killed herself again rather than being with him. See the Three-In-One.
Tantra Reuben X-treme X-Men #20 Depowered. Mentioned in New Avengers #18. Powers: Elephant form, manipulate emotions.
?? Seth Walker Nightcrawler #4 Non-mutant. He had some mystical powers. Strangely he wasn't shown among the powered students in New X-Men vol. 2 #23.
?? Walter Chamber #4 Human exchange student from ESU.
Wing Eddie Astonishing X-Men vol. 3 #3 Depowered by Ord's cure in Astonishing X-Men vol. 3 #4. He committed suicide in Astonishing X-Men vol. 3 #7. Powers: Flight.
?? Winston Gambit vol. 4 #10 More than likely depowered.
?? Zach X-Treme X-Men #20 Depowered. Confirmed in New Avengers #18. Powers: Imprint animal characteristics onto another.
Other unnamed students Various None Many students were shown but were never given a name (like the ones on the photo) other were neither given a face nor a name.

Enemies

List of X-Men enemy teams

See also

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