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For questions about the team of mutant superheros in the Marvel universe. Always use in conjunction with the [marvel] tag. When asking about the comics use the [comics] tag, if asking about the film series use the [x-men-cinematic-universe] tag. Include any other relevant media or character tags.

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The Blackbird/X-Jet from X-Men: First Class was designed by Hank McCoy (Beast) while he was working with Division X. Division X was funded by the government and had access to cutting edge technology o …
answered Apr 12 '12 by phantom42
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This was confirmed in X-Men Unlimited #4, published in 1994. As Marvel's own site explains: At the time disguised as the Baroness Wagner, Mystique's true identity was revealed after she gave bir …
answered Apr 16 '14 by phantom42
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Marvel Universe explains Kitty's powers: Kitty Pryde is a mutant with the ability to “phase” through solid matter by shifting her atoms through the spaces between the atoms of the object through w …
answered Jun 16 '14 by phantom42
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Xavier and the X-Men typically shy away from genetic experiments on Mutants. Historically, such experiments end badly or are so morally questionable that it's a line they just don't want to cross. He …
answered Mar 19 '12 by phantom42
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There are actually two likely in-universe reasons, and an out-of-universe reason. In-Universe The first is that in many card games, the Spades suit is considered the high suit. Ascending alphabe …
answered Aug 4 '17 by phantom42
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I believe the first real shift for Magneto was during The Secret Wars storyline. As per X-Men Wikia: The characters are sorted according to their desires, and so Magneto was placed with the hero …
answered May 30 '13 by phantom42
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There is no evidence that I am aware of of Logan acting as an organ donor, but he is a blood donor. Specifically, his blood was provided to Jubilee after she became a vampire. The healing factor in …
answered Jun 29 '15 by phantom42
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Per Marvel Wikia The Black Blade is many centuries old and possesses a variety of mystical properties that it possesses in and of itself and properties that it grants to those who wield it. But …
answered Apr 5 '12 by phantom42
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The official marketing material confirms this. Directly from the movie's official website: Since the dawn of civilization, he was worshipped as a god. Apocalypse, the first and most powerful muta …
answered Feb 11 '17 by phantom42
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Within context of the X-Men movie universe, this is never fully explained. In the comics, she has yet to ever exhibit this ability, but it is conceivable that she could in the future. In the comics, …
answered Jun 6 '14 by phantom42
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They do appear to be Sentinels. Visually, they appear to match the 1973 design that the X-Men encountered in Washington DC. (Since they're in shadow, they may have slightly changed.) Unclear: whet …
answered Mar 10 '17 by phantom42
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"Stryker's" eyes clearly flash yellow - the same as Mystique's in previous films, and even Days of Future Past. In this interview, Simon Kinberg 100% confirms that it is Mystique impersonating St …
answered Jun 26 '14 by phantom42
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His powers only deal with magnetic fields and related subjects (eg: electricity). If a person is wearing enough iron, or objects with enough iron in them, he could lift them - and possibly control t …
answered Mar 10 '12 by phantom42
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As Marvel Universe explains, Rogue's near-invulnerability is a power she gained from Ms. Marvel. After permanently absorbing the powers of Ms. Marvel, Rogue possessed an amalgamated mutant human/a …
answered Mar 4 '15 by phantom42
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In the primary comics continuity (Earth-616), Scott Summers (aka: Cyclops) was the first recruited student which would become a member of the X-Men. Per Marvel's website: As a teenager, Scott cam …
answered Aug 14 '14 by phantom42

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