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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })The Strangest Superheroes of them all. The Uncanny Misfits. The Heroic Outcasts.The X-Men are a Super Team in the Marvel Universe created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby (but made famous by writer Chris Claremont and artist John Byrne) and first appeared in The X-Men #1 (September 1963).The team are members of a human subspecies, Homo superior note otherwise known as Homo sapiens superior, colloquially referred to as "mutants". Mutants are humans who possess the "X-gene", a gene that gives them special superpowers and unique capabilities. Said to be humanity's next evolutionary phase, their presence has incited massive dissension as humans believe they will soon become extinct. While most strive for a civil coexistence, mutants are generally met with fear, hatred, violence, envy, and discrimination. Under increasing anti-mutant sentiment, mutant telepath Charles Xavier creates a haven at his Westchester mansion to train young mutants to use their powers for the benefit of humanity as well as to prove mutants can be heroes. Initially, he recruited Cyclops, Iceman, Angel, Beast and Jean Grey, calling them "X-Men" as they had power from the X-gene. Starting with just five members, many others joined the team as the years went on. Just as many left, and some even returned.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })Early issues introduced the team's archenemy, Magneto and his Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, who fight for total mutant supremacy and would battle the X-Men for years. Although the original team was composed entirely of WASPs, as was typical of the time, the All-New, All-Different team of 1975 was incredibly diverse (and for the most part averting Captain Ethnic), and subsequent team makeups have kept this aspect. Since its debut, the comic has been a major allegory of civil rights, specifically the American Civil Rights Movement and, more recently, the LGBTQ Rights Movement.The X-Men comics have been adapted in other media, including animated television series, video games, and a rather successful series of films.Due to a massive spike in popularity in the late 1980s, the X-Men name now covers a whole franchise of different titles. These are some of the various spin-offs to be found here on TV Tropes.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_3'); })
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Elemental Baggage: For Storm and Iceman's powers sources of water and ice, respectively.
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Comic-Book Fantasy Casting: Many times over the years. John Byrne in particular based all his characters on actors - a full list can be found on that page. For example, Byrne based Kitty Pryde on his conception of an adolescent Sigourney Weaver. During his run on Excalibur, Alan Davis based his version of Kitty Pryde on a young Katharine Hepburn.
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Cannot Tell a Joke: Colossus by his own admission in Astonishing X-Men #19, after being told of a prophecy that he is destined to destroy the Breakworld:
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Evolutionary Retcon: The X-Men costumes have undergone numerous changes when retelling stories set in the early years of the yellow and black outfits. The film, X-Men: First Class, for example, retcons those costumes as military flight suits and the yellow is somewhat understated.
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Still Wearing the Old Colors: Nightcrawler wears his circus costume for years after joining the X-Men. His later costumes still take influence from the design.
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Multinational Team: One of X-Men's defining traits is the incredibly diverse cast, being quite possibly the popularizer for it. It was part of Chris Claremont's desire to show that being a mutant is a world thing, not just an American one, and it's been that way ever since. In fact, the early run of Stan Lee where the entire cast was completely homogeneous now looks like Early Installment Weirdness because of it. 1975's "All-New, All-Different" X-Men is what began this trope. It saw the inclusion of Wolverine from Canada, Storm from East Africa, Nightcrawler from West Germany, Banshee from Ireland, Sunfire from Japan, Colossus from Russia (Eastern Siberia, to be precise), and Thunderbird, an Apache. The success of this initiated rosters to always be diverse, and to give readers multitudes of different characters to latch onto. Since then, it grew to further include Kitty Pryde (later called Shadowcat, Jewish), Rogue (from the Deep South, but raised by a lesbian couple and fluent in French since childhood), Psylocke (British), Forge (Cheyenne), Longshot (an alien rather than a mutant), Jubilee (Chinese-American), Gambit (Cajun), Bishop (Black, at least partly of Australian Aboriginal descent), Maggott (South Africa), Thunderbird III (Indian), and so on.
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Power Creep, Power Seep: The powers of several characters have been inconsistently portrayed. Magneto is the most notable example, with his power level depending heavily on which side of the Face–Heel Revolving Door he is on at any given time. As a rule, when he is being a villain he has practically unlimited power. When behaving more benignly his powers are usually dialed back substantially. Professor X also tends to drift around a bit, usually in response to how much he might mess up the plot. Back in the early days, he could telepathically mindwipe an entire town. More recently, even a little bit of Psychic Static can give him a headache. Wolverine's healing factor was not nearly as invincible in earlier stories as it is of late.
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Does This Remind You of Anything?: "Mutant = black" was a major theme in The '70s and The '80s, now more-or-less abandoned for "mutant = gay". Legacy Virus = AIDS. Genosha started as Apartheid Era South Africa and became "Mutant Israel" once Magneto took over. Which brings us to Have You Tried Not Being a Monster?. X-Men is one of the Trope Namers. Mutant = being gay but with superpowers of varying usefulness/appeal, and no marriage controversy, but giant robots want to kill you. Unless you're a gay mutant. Poor, poor Northstar, who is both of those things, and French-Canadian on top. It's a lot more obvious in The Movie. It helps that the director, Bryan Singer, and the star, Ian McKellen, are both openly gay. Additionally: In the book Who Needs a Superhero?, H. Michael Brewer uses the X-Men (and mutants in general) as an illustration of how Christians are to be "in the world, but not of the world." He discusses the four basic ways mutants deal with being hated by humans (peacefully coexisting [Xavier], attacking back [Magneto], compromising to fit in (Nightcrawler's holographic disguise), or withdrawing entirely [the Morlocks]) and how each fails to capture the entirety of the Christian's duties. (Better solution, says Brewer: a cross-over.)
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Brainwashed and Crazy
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Brainwashed and Crazy: Practically every member of the X-Men has fallen victim to this trope at least once. (See Author Appeal.) Poor Polaris spent a good chunk of Claremont's run possessed or controlled by someone. Mesmero's stock in trade. In one instance, he managed to get the entire team. They were only saved via Beast (who was with the Avengers at that time) learning about what happened and investigating.
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The Worf Effect
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The Worf Effect: If the writers want to show that a telepath, Eldritch Abomination, Cosmic Entity, etc. has REALLY powerful mental abilities, they have the character curbstomp Charles Xavier in a mental battle. Since most every telepath in the Marvel universe has gone up against him at some point, this happens a lot, to the point where Xavier's status as one of/the most powerful telepath on Earth becomes more of an Informed Ability.
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Cheated Angle
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Cheated Angle: Artists' notes on how to draw Nightcrawler say that they must draw his tail with a curve in it (when character is drawn from the front, with legs apart) so the tail wouldn't look phallic.
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Artistic License – Biology
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Artistic License – Biology: The comic constantly asserts that mutants are the next stage of human evolution, a phrase which in itself proves the writing team aren't really trying to give an accurate depiction of genetics. Evolution is a consistent physical change shared by all members of a species. The x-gene is so utterly random and varied in the people who receive it that and the powers it gives that mutantkind can't even be called a species. Also, evolution is designed to assist in helping a species survive and thrive in an environment but adaptation plays no role in what kind of powers a mutant receives. In fact, many mutants, such as Rogue or Toad, have their lives actively hampered by their powers.
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Poirot Speak
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Poirot Speak: Claremont was very fond of it.
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Comic-Book Time
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Comic-Book Time: Heavily in effect. A good number of characters have origins connected to actual historical events. Just for example, remember how Professor X was a Korean War vet whose parents were involved in the Manhattan Project? Admittedly, his mind getting transferred into a clone back in the 80s helps with some of that.
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Superhuman Trafficking
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Superhuman Trafficking
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Passion Is Evil
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Passion Is Evil: Several Face Heel Turns are caused by emotional overload throughout the series—but the most shining example is the Dark Phoenix. The Dark Phoenix itself only came to exist because Jean Grey was fed decadent and hedonistic desires which corrupted the cosmic entity.
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End of an Age
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End of an Age: The Dream's End storyline, which ran through several titles and massively shook up the status quo, including the deaths of several supporting characters. Decimation also served as this; mutants were a thriving minority numbering in the millions, and even making great strides at integrating into human society. Then House of M happened, and in its aftermath all but 200 mutants were stripped of their powers.
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The Purge
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The Purge: The Shi'ar are so scared of the Phoenix that if someone becomes its host, they'll throw out all the stops to kill that person and their entire family, as Rachel Grey learned first-hand. We later meet a Shi'ar who was on the receiving end of the same treatment as Rachel. The only reason he's alive is because the resident Evil Chancellor knows that someone with the power of a cosmic entity can be useful.
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Everything's Better with Dinosaurs
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Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: The Savage Land, a common destination of the X-Men, features dinosaurs galore (it's an abandoned alien zoo).
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Fight Off the Kryptonite
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Fight Off the Kryptonite: Usually, with telepathy. Which is about the only thing keeping that particular power out of Deus ex Machina territory in this universe...
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Playing with Fire
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Playing with Fire: Longstanding villain Pyro was one of these, although he couldn't actually create fire. Other villains like Fever Pitch also exemplified this trope. Heroic examples include Sunfire and Neal Sharra.
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Pay Evil unto Evil
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Pay Evil unto Evil: During God Loves, Man Kills, Magneto finds a group of Mutant children have been lynched by racists. He finds the ones responsible.
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Stripperiffic
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Stripperiffic: Dear God, this trope. The worst offenders in the X-Men are probably Emma Frost and Psylocke. Emma Frost is so bad that a lingerie teddy was her original costume and it got worse from there. They've even lampshaded it in one comic, where the students are glad she wears pants now. Psylocke is noted that its not so much that her costume is revealing as it is a thong and might as well be painted on. Well, she was part of a club which prided itself on "going back to a purer time where money ruled without sexual inhibitions". Doctor Nemesis lampshades this even further by finding new ways to non-stop insult Frost about this during an entire story, culminating in telling her that if she doesn't immediately follow his orders he will personally destroy every fetish wear store on the planet. Storm, of course, used to go without her costume entirely. Colossus is a rare male version. Its not as noticable as other examples because hes usually wearing it in his steel form but his costume is extremely revealing. Besides his boots and armbands, it consists of a red speedo and a leotard that opens up at the sides.
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The Juggernaut
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The Juggernaut: Arguably the Trope Namer... Bitch!
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White Man's Burden
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White Man's Burden: It's occasionally pointed out that the X-Men mostly consist of attractive people who could easily pass for being normal humans and have powers that do nothing but improve their lives, unlike most other mutants who have freakish appearances and powers that are useless at best and actively detrimental at worst. Charles Xavier himself is a wealthy white man who spent most of his life pretending to be a normal human until he was "outed" by his evil twin sister.
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Obstructive Bureaucrat
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Obstructive Bureaucrat: Valerie Cooper, who genuinely means well (most of the time) but often takes the most counterproductive choice possible. Like protecting the X-Men by basically turning the school into an internment camp and putting giant sentinels on guard, before getting annoyed when the X-Men are offended by this.
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Deadly Training Area
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Deadly Training Area: The Danger Room, which is probably the Trope Maker and definitely the Trope Codifier, at least for the superhero genre.
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Make Them Rot
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Make Them Rot: The mutant Wither has the power to decay any organic material his skin comes in contact with. Power Incontinence leaves his power permanently on. Especially heartbreaking is when the majority of mutants in the world lose their ability, Wither mistakenly believes he has too. He grabs the wrist of the girl he is in love with and her hand withers away.
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Crapsack World
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Crapsack World: The Marvel Universe verges on this for mutants. Let's face it, if a mutant exists somewhere, a lynch mob can't be far behind. The Days of Future Past reality and Age of Apocalypse are more straightforward (or at least undeniable) examples.
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Good Is Not Nice
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Good Is Not Nice: Wolverine is the most notable example, thought Cyclops has recently faded into this area due to the dark age forcing him to take command and become Nick Fury with eye beams. Since the switch to the Heroic Age, he's reverted to a more well rounded, no-nonsense leader type and Big Good.
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Nebulous Evil Organisation
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Grant Morrison's New X-Men revealed not only that Weapon X is in fact controlled by an organization of greater scope villains called Weapon Plus¸, a secret governmental organization hellbent on eradicating mutants, who is responsible (directly or indirectly) for a LOT of the crappy stuff that Wolverine went through in his life, but also that they are (directly or indirectly) responsible for the existence of many heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe, not just Wolverine himself. They created Project: Rebirth, which makes them indirectly responsible for the creation of Captain America and Isaiah Bradley (or to be more specific, the super soldier serum, AKA Weapon I). They also created Weapon II(a weird squirrel with Wolverine's powers), The Skinless Man (Weapon III), Nuke (One of Daredevil's villains and Weapon VII), X-23, Deadpool, Huntsman (Weapon XII), Fantomex (Weapon XIII), The Stepford Cuckoos (Clones of Emma Frost and Weapon XIV), Ultimaton (Weapon XV), Allgod (Weapon XVI) and according to Word of God, they are also responsible for creating or empowering many more unknown characters, both heroes and villains. They are also responsible for creating Project: Gladiator, which makes them indirectly responsible for creating Man-Thing. In some comics, it's also implied that they might have been involved with the prison experiments that gave Luke Cage his powers, the program that created the Sentinels and the Red Room Black Widow Ops organization that created the multiple Black Widows (like Natasha Romanoff and Yelena Belova). The organization has also been known to work with and provide money and resources to other villainous organizations (especially those that hate the X-men) like A.I.M., HYDRA, The Hellfire Club, ROXXON, The Purifiers, OSCORP, ect...Later on, it's revealed that Weapon Plus was created and controlled by an even GREATER greater scope villain known as Romulus. He claims to be responsible for EVERYTHING that happened in Logan's life and more, with plenty of evidence to back up said claim (Such as immense intimate knowledge of Wolverine's life, for example). The aforementioned John Sublime was pulling strings in the program as well, and to make things even more confusing, Word of God from the writer of the very first Weapon X story indicated that the original greater scope villain was going to be the aforementioned Apocalypse, but this never saw print for unknown reasons.
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Random Power Ranking
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Random Power Ranking: In the comic, they have Greek letters for a mutant's power level. Omegas, the highest, can manipulate matter on the atomic level.
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Aborted Arc
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Aborted Arc: Zaladane's supposed connection to Polaris has never been explored or touched upon, though Zaladane's being Killed Off for Real doubtless has helped. The events of House of M and Decimation resulted in some titles having to suddenly cancel their plots, such as the Weapon X series. When Alisa is introduced, she worries about a mysterious person finding her, but nothing has come of it in the 6 years since then.
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Super Wheelchair
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Super Wheelchair: Professor X frequently gets this though it is Depending on the Writer. Hovering is common.
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Fire-Forged Friends
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Fire-Forged Friends: Wolverine and Rogue are particularly notable. Given enough time, every team develops this. It's the main reason the "All-New, All-Different" crowd is as tight as it is.
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Unwanted Assistance
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The Sentinels: after Decimation, they were a human-piloted peacekeeping force to protect the remaining mutants. Well, in theory at any rate. They turned on the X-Men soon enough.
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Genre Blindness
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Genre Blindness: Parallels between anti-mutant bigotry and historical racism (especially that of Hitler and the Nazis) are repeatedly emphasized, especially by Magneto. Despite that mutants, including even the X-Men themselves, have become increasingly prone to emphasize how they are a separate "species" from the rest of humanity, in many ways validating the position of their ideological opponents. This was lampshaded in an argument between Scott Summers and Jamie Madrox. The latter, who favors living in New York City and running his team, X-Factor, as a private detective agency argued that the real problem was that normal humans could not tell the difference between good mutants and evil mutants. Scott insisted that was ridiculous, and at that exact moment Magneto, Emma Frost and Namor appeared to welcome Jamie to their "Brotherhood" (a reference to Magneto's old Brotherhood of Evil Mutants). Layla Miller, who was following them while they argued, promptly doubled over in laughter to Scott's chagrin.
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Generation Xerox
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Generation Xerox: Wolverine and X-23, Emma Frost and the remaining Stepford Cuckoos. Subverted with Cyclops and Surge in that they're not related in anyway. Other than that however, Surge is effectively a younger Cyclops, complete with crippling self doubt and a power that needs to be kept in check by an external device (in this case, her gauntlets). Her relationship with X-23 is also starting to mirror that between Scott and Logan, right down to the love triangle.
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Captain Ethnic
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Captain Ethnic: They tend to be well written and popular characters, but many mutants skirt the line. Sunspire is the only one who fits both in powers and heroic identity and also manages to be Captain Geographic.
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Hufflepuff House
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Hufflepuff House: A staple of the series in the last few years is to have a group of C-list mutants hovering around the X-Men's periphery, such as the X-kids not currently on a team, The 198, or the other mutants living on Utopia. Sometimes they'll get A Day in the Limelight or become an Ensemble Dark Horse, but usually their purpose is to serve as background color and to provide cannon fodder should the story need it.
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Oddly Common Rarity
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Oddly Common Rarity: Omega-level mutants. Mutants in general are supposed to be rare. Mutants whose potential and/or actual power levels are so great as to be difficult to measure should therefore be almost unheard of. Only they are not. During the Silver Age and the Bronze Age it was generally held that Professor X and Magneto were the most powerful mutants in the world. But in recent times, mutants whose power equals or exceeds theirs are surprisingly common, and with the recent reduction in the size of the overall mutant population they stand out even more.
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Limited-Use Magical Device
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Limited-Use Magical Device: Ink is a mutant whose power is related to the tattoos he has on his body. He can "activate" the tattoo to use its power, but afterwards it'll disappear. He has multiple kinds of tattoos, from one shaped like lightning bolt (allowing him to wield lightning and move super fast for a while) to even the logo of the Phoenix (allowing access to Phoenix Force's godlike power). It's revealed that that guy is not a mutant - rather, his tattoo artist is the real mutant who never knew his own ability.
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Guile Hero
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Guile Hero: Xavier loves sneaking around and setting up long-term schemes, going back to the first time he faked his death in the Silver Age.
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Lampshade Hanging
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Lampshade Hanging: Often, especially during the later part of Claremont's run, when the X-Men get pretty savvy as to just how weird their lives are.
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Artifact Alias
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Artifact Alias: The original five X-Men take their code names in order to protect their identities and keep their powers secret. All but Jean Grey hang on to them even after their identities became public knowledge. The tradition of mutants taking up names to reflect their mutations continued as well, with most mutants choosing mutant names for reasons that have nothing to do with concealing their identities.
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You Wouldn't Hit a Guy with Glasses?
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You Wouldn't Hit a Guy with Glasses?: Some drunkards try to pick a fight with (civilian-dressed) Cyclops. He says the stock phrase, so one of them takes off his glasses.
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Artifact Title
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Artifact Title: The X-Men are still occasionally referred to as "the Children of the Atom", despite the original 1960s explanation for the X-gene (increased radiation from atomic weapons testing in the atmosphere) long since having been retconned away.
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Thematic Rogues Gallery
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Thematic Rogues Gallery: Most of the X-Men's enemies can be put into one of four broad categories: Human bigots who want to murder or enslave every mutant on Earth Mutant radicals who want to murder or enslave every human on Earth. Assorted Evil Overlords who want to murder or enslave every mutant and human on Earth. Scary Dogmatic Aliens who want to convert every mutant and human on Earth into more of their own kind.
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An Ice Suit
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An Ice Suit: Bobby/Iceman usually only wears briefs when going into his ice form.
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Ax-Crazy
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Deadly Genesis reveals between the original team and the All-New team, there was a squad of four sent to Krakoa, two - Petra, a geokinetic, and Sway, who could manipulate time - died. Despite this, they almost never get brought up after the miniseries is over (slightly justified by the fact that only Professor X knew about them, and their other squadmate Vulcan in an Ax-Crazy maniac, so he's not about to shed any tears for them).
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Hidden Depths
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Hidden Depths: Back during the 70s, Wolverine was the Token Evil Teammate, so the X-Men were surprised whenever he showed any depth beyond "murderous rage", like when he revealed he could speak and read Japanese (for the record, Logan angrily retorted that no-one bothered asking him about that).
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Must Make Amends
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Must Make Amends: This happens to Magneto. He's always been opposed by the X-Men, so by now he often attacks them at full power (which is a lot) instinctively. Sadly, the X-Men are mutants... some of the people Magneto wants to protect. Even worse, the one he accidentally hurts is the newest recruit, a 13-year-old (mutant) girl. "What have I done?" is the short version of his monologue, when he realizes what he has done. Follow his Villainous BSoD and his first Heel–Face Turn as The Atoner.
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Power-Strain Blackout
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Power-Strain Blackout: Nearly all the female characters, especially telepaths like Jean Grey, have done this at least once across many incarnations.
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Space Pirates
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Space Pirates: The Starjammers
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Power Levels
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Power Levels: The 6 classes of mutation. Epsilon Mutants are unfortunate mutants. Epsilon mutants pretty much have no chance of having a regular life in society due to their major flaws like an inhuman appearance or their mutation makes it impossible for them to function normally. If that isn't bad enough Epsilon mutants also only have minor "superpowers" that are next to useless. Delta Mutants are like Alpha mutants in that they don't have any significant flaws. The only problem is that Delta mutants don't have powers that match an Alpha mutant, or even a Beta or Gamma mutant. They have a normal human appearance, but their mutagenic powers are weaker or only narrowly applicable, though still controllable. Gamma mutants have very powerful mutations, but they have flaws. Unlike the Beta mutants a Gamma mutant's flaw is a major flaw that makes his or her life very hard. Also, while Alpha and Beta mutants can pass as regular looking humans, many Gamma mutants cannot because they have physical deformities. Beta Mutants are on the same level as Alpha-level mutants as far as how potent their powers are. But the difference between Beta Mutants and Alpha Mutants is that the Beta Mutants have flaws, albeit very small flaws. They have a normal human appearance (or close to it) and their mutation is powerful, useful, but less controllable but can still lead a normal life with only minor preparation. Alpha Mutants are the second most powerful and feared mutants. Alpha mutants have extremely powerful mutant traits without any significant flaws. They have a normal human appearance and their mutation is powerful, useful and controllable (i.e. turn it on and off, direct it at will.) Omega Mutants have a single, dominant power with an undefinable upper-limit of that power's specific classification, meaning that power cannot be surpassed by any measurable degree. For example, Forge is the best mutant engineer alive but his power has been surpassed by the likes of Mr. Fantastic and Iron Man. Magneto's ability to manipulate magnetic forces has not and cannot be, thus he is an Omega Mutant. No firm definition had been offered in comics until Jonathan Hickman's X-Men gave the above explanation, previously leading to a ton of Depending on the Writer.
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Holy Water
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Holy Water: During an encounter with an army of vampires, Cyclops arranges for a priest to bless Iceman, reasoning that any ice constructs he manufactures would then be made of frozen holy water.
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Differently Powered Individual
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Differently Powered Individual: Mutants are classified as Omega (potentially limitless power), Alpha (can turn their powers on or off), Beta (always on) and other lower-tier classes. Besides mutants, there are the Mutates, the Neo, the Children of the Vault, and plenty of other named "subspecies" of superpowered folk that are just like mutants, except—not.
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Relationship Revolving Door
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Relationship Revolving Door: Rogue and Gambit have been in a constant state of ‘on-and-off' ever since Gambit first joined the X-Men, to the extent that it's practically a permanent sub-plot. While they both have declared love and devotion for one another on multiple occasions, the relationship never lasts too long before something happens and they end up separating again, only to reconcile at a later stage. This is partially due to the strain on the relationship caused by Rogue's mutation, meaning the pair can never make physical contact, but also both partners carry some serious emotional baggage which surfaces every so often, sometimes leading to a break-up, whilst other times bringing the pair together
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Wolverine Publicity
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Wolverine Publicity: Trope Namer.
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La Résistance
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La Résistance: The resistance on Breakworld, who are some of the few Breakworlders who actually feel compassion, and believe caring for the weak and wounded is not a sin. So much compassion, in fact, that their Prophet wants to destroy the planet to end everyone's suffering, and set up the whole prophecy in order to manipulate Colossus into it.
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Mass Super-Empowering Event
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Mass Super-Empowering Event: The detonation of the atom bombs drastically increased the number of mutant births. Inverted with the (incorrectly named) Decimation Wave created by the Scarlet Witch, which depowered 90% of all mutants.
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Fire/Ice Duo
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Fire/Ice Duo: This is part of what solidifies Cyclops' two love interests, Jean Grey and Emma Frost, as diametric opposites of one another. Jean is a red-haired woman who has gone by the codename "Phoenix" for a good bit of her career, wears a flaming bird insignia as part of her costume, and has psychic powers that frequently manifest themselves as flames. Appropriately, she's known for her warm, compassionate personality and (on darker occasions) for her unpredictable fiery temper. Though she doesn't actually have ice-based powers, Emma is frequently visually associated with ice and the cold because of her surname "Frost", her all-white clothing, and her diamond-based form that makes her resemble an ice sculpture. Appropriately, she's known for her icy demeanor, and her coldly cynical attitude towards life.
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Cute Monster
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Cute Monster: Lockheed the dragon. Most of the time. He's a purple dragon, but the size of a dog or even just a housecat. He's treated as a pet by Kitty Pryde, and he's fine with that.
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Pinball Projectile
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Pinball Projectile: Cyclops' optic blasts have a habit of doing this.
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Death Is Cheap
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Death Is Cheap: Comic books, folks. By the 90s, the X-Men had gotten pretty wise to the fact that almost no-one, good or bad, stays dead for long, prompting the remark "there are no pearly gates in Mutant heaven, only revolving doors." And that might be an understatement...
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Skunk Stripe
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Skunk Stripe: Rogue, X-Man.
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Male Might, Female Finesse
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Male Might, Female Finesse: Colossus, the Husky Russkie with metallic skin, is often paired with Kitty Pride, an Intangible Woman who has trained in ninja skills.
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Kill 'Em All
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There's more than one human villain who believes mutants want to wipe out all mankind, so the obvious solution is to Kill 'Em All first.
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Homosexual Reproduction
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Homosexual Reproduction: One proposed origin of Nightcrawler, as Destiny and a temporarily male-morphed Mystique's son. Though canon now states that Nightcrawler is the son of Mystique and Azazel. OTOH, canon as laid down by Chuck Austen, so expect Fan Discontinuity and perhaps in the not too distant future Canon Discontinuity as Austen has pretty much made himself persona non grata with both comic readers and the comics industry as a whole.
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Clash of Evolutionary Levels
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Clash of Evolutionary Levels: The X-Men, and mutants in general, embody all three modes of this trope. While the X-Men strive for peaceful co-existence, they tend to hide themselves from normal humans, and there are mutant extremists who want to subjugate or destroy normal humans. And of course, the X-Men seem to bear the brunt of attacks against mutants by normal humans. Specifically, the Brotherhood (sometimes exemplified by Magneto) is all about subjugating or destroying humans, while the Morlocks decided to just hide out in New York's sewers and ignore the conflict.
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Properly Paranoid
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There's also a dissonance where the fear of mutants is portrayed as prejudice and fear of what's different, but there have been times when mutants - even fully-trained adults — have lost control of their powers without meaning to and caused a lot of damage. In the '80s X-Men cartoon, Storm was claustrophobic, causing her to freak out with her powers whenever she was triggered. Mutants are a danger to the normal humans around them no matter how good their intentions are and that is a perfectly valid reason for fear.
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No Fourth Wall
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No Fourth Wall: Deadpool. His entry at the top should really tell you all you need to know, but if you're still in doubt you can just go ahead and check my- I mean HIS awesome main article... Uuh... I have to go now. Ciao!
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Reality Warper
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Proteus has to possess people, as his Reality Warper powers burned out his original body, and does to those he possesses.
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Blessed with Suck
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There are several examples (Cyclops, Blob, Rogue; the list goes on and on) but the Gold Medal would have to go to Wither, who literally has the power to suck out life-force... which is uncontrollable, irreversible and activates at any and all skin-to-skin contact. Blessed with Suck figuratively and literally.
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Opening a Can of Clones
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Opening a Can of Clones
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Curb-Stomp Battle
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Or the time he fought a bunch of vampires by having a priest BLESS HIS ICE FORM.
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Multistage Teleport
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Multistage Teleport: Nightcrawler has had to travel long distances quickly on several occasions and in different incarnations. Since he can only teleport along a line-of-sight, he does this by teleporting over and over in rapid succession, similar to how he does Teleport Spam in combat, but in a straight line. Eventually the line-of-sight requirement turns out to be more of a mental block that he overcomes, by which point he no longer fits the trope.
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Deus ex Machina
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Which is about the only thing keeping that particular power out of Deus ex Machina territory in this universe...
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Sunglasses at Night
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Sunglasses at Night: Cyclops, to keep control over his powers.
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Broken Aesop
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Broken Aesop: Many. Despite trying to lecture the world about how great mutants were and how they should be allowed to embrace their identities, Xavier spent most of his life masquerading as a normal human who just happened to be a mutant expert. Xavier only involuntarily 'outed' himself during Grant Morrison's New X-Men run when he was possessed by his evil twin. James McAvoy said he actually kept this in mind while portraying Xavier in X-Men: First Class. He pointed out that Xavier is a well-meaning, but ultimately misguided liberal, as he still has tons of societal advantages given that he's white, heterosexual, male, and extremely wealthy. He certainly doesn't have to put up with the same bigotry many mutants face (hell, the same bigotry many real world minorities still face), which causes his message of peace to ring if not false, at least simplistic to many. Also, compare Xavier's powerset to those of characters like Rogue, Toad, or Cyclops. Xavier has telepathy, a power that he can control perfectly, that has absolutely no negative effects on him physically or mentally, and that is a massive benefit to his life. In comparison? Rogue's powers render unconscious anyone she has physical contact with. She cannot control this or stop it in any way, and has resigned herself to being isolated from her peers. Her powers have drastically injured her self-esteem and social life. Toad's mutation turned him into an ugly, lizardlike humanoid and made him the subject of severe bullying from other children. Cyclops projects a continuous wave of destructive energy from his eyes and relies on special glasses just to live a normal life. Even Phoenix, another telepath, is often overwhelmed by the thoughts of others, to the point of mental instability. Looking at the general trend of mutant powers, it's hard not to think that Xavier really lucked out where the Superpower Lottery was concerned. In general, the X-Men books have a theme of how regular humans and mutants should coexist peacefully. The problem with this? Exactly how often did they try to have regular humans around them? How many regular humans were at the institute? How often did the X-Men go to Washington to try to convince legislators to accept mutants? The aesop seems more 'mutants should band together into militant groups to protect themselves', in other words Magneto's message. To make it even worse, the first comic featuring the X-Men had them casually push around regular human soldiers with their powers because the soldiers didn't want to let them enter a military base. A worse example would be when the Xavier Institute once employed a regular human nurse named Annie. At one point, they find a bunch of mutants who were crucified; Jean Grey used her telepathy to call Annie for help and was annoyed when she panicked after hearing Jean's voice in her head without any warning. Later, when Annie asks who would do such a thing, Iceman condescendingly replies "humans" while sneering at her. There's also a dissonance where the fear of mutants is portrayed as prejudice and fear of what's different, but there have been times when mutants - even fully-trained adults — have lost control of their powers without meaning to and caused a lot of damage. In the '80s X-Men cartoon, Storm was claustrophobic, causing her to freak out with her powers whenever she was triggered. Mutants are a danger to the normal humans around them no matter how good their intentions are and that is a perfectly valid reason for fear. Marvel got a ruling saying mutants weren't people for purposes of taxes and tariffs on merchandise. See here. Also, after decades of using mutants as a metaphor for an oppressed minority that we should love and respect, Joe Quesada mandates the Decimation event, in which a vast majority of the Marvel universe's mutants are depowered and there are in the low three digits of mutants left. Since their move to Utopia, the X-Men have been almost exclusively devoted to the survival of the dwindling numbers of their race, up to and including fighting the Avengers over a potential threat that might possibly re-ignite the X-gene worldwide. Even those who ended up siding with the Avengers to stop the Phoenix Five seem to have long forgotten that Xavier's dream was to have peaceful co-existence with humans, not complete segregation for the sake of safety (admittedly, this last one is done out of absolute necessity, but even Wolverine points out how far away from Xavier's vision the X-Men have moved). House of X asserts that coexistence with humanity is impossible and that mutants are better off embracing the Super Supremacist mindset the books have always spoke out against. Krakoa, the new mutant nation, not only offers resurrection to dead mutants but also miracle drugs that mutants can monopolize to effectively coerce the world's governments into giving them whatever they want. This the means that Marvel's allegories for oppressed minorities are now immortal beings who believe equality is a lie, preach genetic supremacy and have taken control of the worldwide economy.
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Clothes Make the Legend
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Clothes Make the Legend: Averted for most characters, with all the costume changes. Magneto is one of the few who's kept the same general costume. Wolverine, possibly due to Wolverine Publicity, is probably the character whose costume has changed the least. He wears black leather like everyone else in the movies and the Ultimates line, and in the main continuity his costume has gone through a slight color shift and ragged phases, but that's nothing compared to the variations every long-running main team member goes through. He did have a brown and orange costume for a while, though, but returned to his old colors soon enough.
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Bouncing Battler
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Bouncing Battler: Several characters, most notably the Toad and Bouncing Betty.
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Manipulative Bastard
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Manipulative Bastard: Mr. Sinister, resident Evilutionary Biologist. Sebastian Shaw and Emma Frost also qualify. Even Professor X has his moments. Cyclops lately has also been taking a page or two from Xavier's book.
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Follow the Chaos
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Follow the Chaos: Sort of a running gag, except they don't find it funny.
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Heroes Gone Fishing
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Heroes Gone Fishing: Mutant baseball.
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Never the Obvious Suspect
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Never the Obvious Suspect: A mid-00s storyline has several thugs apparently murdered by Wolverine, who doesn't have much of an alibi since the only witness has gone missing. But the coroner notes the claw marks on the thug's car don't match Logan's. For one, the distance between the claws is too small. It's actually X-23's work.
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Dropped a Bridge on Him
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Dropped a Bridge on Him: Sentinel Squad O*N*E were introduced during Decimation, treated as major recurring characters, even given their own miniseries, and then during Messiah CompleX they're all killed to a man by nanosentinels.
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Pretty in Mink
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Pretty in Mink: Some of the ladies will wear fur at some points. Even those not rich might wear a fur-trimmed coat.
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Nazi Hunter
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Nazi Hunter: Magneto tracked down the Red Skull due to his past as a Holocaust survivor. He also served in this role briefly for the CIA, resigning in a rather...spectacular fashion when agents killed his then-girlfriend because he had gone after a Nazi who, unknown to him, was working for the United States.
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Would Hurt a Child
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Would Hurt a Child: A distressing number of the X-Men's foes have absolutely no problem harming children or teens. The Purifiers take this to sickening heights, being willing to torch an entire maternity ward just to get one Mutant.
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Characterization Marches On
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Before he mellowed out, this used to be Wolverine's thing. Someone would do something and he would respond with violence or threats. For example, Colossus sees a steel beam falling towards Wolverine (this was back in the days before Wolverine had an established healing factor) and pushes him out of the way. Wolverine's response? He tries to kill Colossus for "cramping (his) style".
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One Super, One Power Set
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One Super One Powerset: Unlike most examples of this trope, Professor Xavier has tried many times to restore the use of his legs, but when he does succeed, he becomes crippled again before long.
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Butt-Monkey
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Butt-Monkey: Ord started out as the Big Bad of the Breakworld arc, only to get demoted to The Woobie after his failure.
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I Just Want to Be Normal
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I Just Want to Be Normal: A number of mutants, thanks to the aforementioned Fantastic Racism and being Blessed with Suck. Rogue is the poster child for it; her powers make her an outcast among her fellow outcasts. Interestingly, a lot of human parents feel this way about their mutant children but when a lot of the students were Brought Down to Normal, Put on a Bus and the bus blew up, they never bothered to collect their remains. Surprisingly averted with some characters who have obvious physical mutations, like Nightcrawler. He's perfectly happy with the way he looks, even though, resembling a blue demon, he actually would have some legitimate reasons to complain. If such a character were written by another writer and not Chris Claremont, he likely would've fallen into this trope.
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Use Your Head
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Use Your Head: The Juggernaut
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Brainwashing for the Greater Good
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Brainwashing for the Greater Good: Claremont's last storyline had Magneto learn Moira had experimented on him when he'd been de-aged, in a way meant to dial down his aggression. And then Moira reveals the brainwashing wore off the minute he used his powers again (making it a jab at those wanting Magneto to revert back to villainy by handwaving his turn to good. Nope, all of Magneto's free-will).
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Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie
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Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie: Destiny gives Mystique a precise request on where and when to scatter her ashes because she knows the future. As it turns out, Destiny has quite the sense of humor. When Mystique goes to honor Destiny's request, the wind changes direction, and throws the ashes right into Mystique's face; she gets the joke and doubles over laughing.
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Big Good
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Big Good: Xavier originally, but since being forced to take control, Cyclops has taken this role. Following Avengers vs. X-Men and Cyclops being branded a criminal, his brother, Havok has with a bit of prodding tried to take up the role. Then Axis happened, and he became ineligible. After that, the role of Big Good bounced around between Wolverine, Storm and Shadowcat. This is apparently invoked in the latest arc with Nate Grey when he kidnaps what he believes to be the ultimate representatives of good and evil in the mutant race including a human representative to advise him in world domination. They include Shadowcat and Apocalypse respectively.
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Mind over Manners
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Mind over Manners: Preached more than practiced, particularly by Xavier. It could be argued that he takes the trope name more literally than most; it's not a rigid ethical code, but simple etiquette, and he'll sidestep his "principles" with all the sincere regret he'd give an ill-timed belch at a formal dinner. However, he's only gotten particularly Jerkass about it with recent attempts to make him more flawed or something.
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Getting Crap Past the Radar
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Getting Crap Past the Radar: Chris Claremont does that very well... Selene forces Mirage to enjoy the sacrifices and she screams "No... Yes, oh yes !" Quite impressive.
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Spontaneous Weapon Creation
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Spontaneous Weapon Creation: Psylocke's "focused totality of her psychic power".
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Wham Line
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Wham Line: Uncanny X-Men Issue 101, courtesy of Jean Grey, who it should be noted is supposed to be dead: "Hear me, X-Men! No longer am I the woman you knew! I am fire! And life incarnate! Now and forever — I AM PHOENIX!" Deadly Genesis issue 5: "[Professor X] is human."
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Early Installment Weirdness
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Early Installment Weirdness: The original series can serve as this when comparing its teenage heroes, uniforms, mundane crime-fighter missions, and Beast's human form to modern comics' grown-up cast, colorful costumes, phenomenal cosmic adventures, and the furry blue Beast. The first two issues alone can serve as this even compared to the other more adjacent issues, with Beast being a lot more Hot-Blooded and not nearly as intellectual, and the first page making it look like Xavier is completely paralyzed, instead of just crippled. Some of the earliest issues even had Magneto having some sort of mental powers, not too dissimilar from Xavier's telepathy. This was dropped later, but it can be quite jarring to anyone used to Mags usual powerset of magnetic mastery.
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Smug Snake
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Smug Snake: Steven Lang (No relation), head of Project: Armageddon, is this, and a Dirty Coward to boot.
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Body Horror
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Body Horror: Very common during Claremont's run.
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Disproportionate Retribution
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Disproportionate Retribution: In order to get to Muir Island from Scotland, the X-Men purchase a boat, which in short order gets totalled by Magneto. What does the boat's owner do in response? Sneaks over to Moira's facility and tries to blow it up. He even says that if anyone's killed then 'so much the better'. Laser-Guided Karma comes in the form of Proteus, who takes over the man before he can do anything. Before he mellowed out, this used to be Wolverine's thing. Someone would do something and he would respond with violence or threats. For example, Colossus sees a steel beam falling towards Wolverine (this was back in the days before Wolverine had an established healing factor) and pushes him out of the way. Wolverine's response? He tries to kill Colossus for "cramping (his) style".
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Brought Down to Badass
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Brought Down to Badass: In Astonishing X-Men, Emma's mind rape of him turns off Cyclops' powers, causing him to take a gun and start shooting mental images, to make a point. This also happens to both Rogue and Gambit for the second half of X-treme X-Men. An incident involving getting hooked up to a portal streaming in countless alien warships, and subsequently getting stabbed through the chest to bring the portal to a halt, resulted in the two of them losing their powers; for Rogue, she still had them for another issue, but lost them after that. Rogue and Gambit then go away for ten issues or so, trying to settle down for a bit and have a life together now that they can, you know, do it. Eventually though, they rejoin the team, but still without their powers. Does this make them any less effective in the field? The answer to that, is: Hell no. Rogue stops a bomber from blowing up over 70 people by taking the bomb off in the freaking air, and manages to kick a few mutant's asses with just some good old fashioned brawling, while Gambit is able to take down a mind-controlled Bishop, who has access to a bunch of fancy future-tech. Gambit, however, manages to use some of that tech against Bishop. In the end, the two of them both prove that they don't need their powers at all; in fact, not having their powers only makes them seem more Badass.
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Fights Like a Normal
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Fights Like a Normal: Several have powers which are either not directly applicable to combat or are too dangerous to fling about willy-nilly, and rely primarily on combat training instead.
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No Pronunciation Guide
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No Pronunciation Guide: The proper pronunciation of the "M'kraan crystal" has been a source of frustration for fans for years. It doesn't help that the 90's cartoon pronounced it "Em-Krahn" while the video game Marvel Ultimate Alliance pronounced it "Muh-Kran".
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Danger Room Cold Open
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Danger Room Cold Open: Trope Namer.
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Ashes to Crashes
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Ashes to Crashes: Destiny (girlfriend/advisor to Mystique) left very specific instructions for when Mystique was to scatter her ashes. It was to be on the fantail of a particular cruise liner, on a specific date, at a specific time. Mystique waits for the specific time, then tosses the ashes, only to have the wind blow them right back in her face. The fact that Destiny was a clairvoyant means the entire thing was a rather macabre practical joke. Mystique appropriately laughs at her lover's final joke.
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Evilutionary Biologist
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Mr. Sinister, resident Evilutionary Biologist.
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Lotus-Eater Machine
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Lotus-Eater Machine: The "Ages of Apocalypse" storyline was about the X-Men being stuck in one of these by Apocalypse, while he tried to drain their powers for himself, with multiple scenarios.
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Badass Family
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Badass Family: Mutation is obviously genetic, so this tends to show up pretty often. The Grey-Summers extended family is the ne plus ultra of this in superhero comics. Briefly put, that family covers a Space Piratenote Whose second wife is an alien Cat Girl, his two mutant paramilitary sons (and one space emperor son, and one 90s reject who ''might'' be his son), his eldest son's demigod wife (and her super-powered clone), their also-occasionally-godlike son, who came back from a Bad Future as an old mannote and is technically the child of the aforementioned clone, their daughter, who's from a different bad future, and their other occasionally godlike son (from a bad Alternate Universe that isn't the future). Finally, the first of those sons has both a son and an evil clone of his own. And they're all pretty badass. Add to that Hope Summers, Cable's adoptive daughter, and Ruby Summers, daughter of Cyclops and Emma Frost from a different future. The Guthries too, with the exception of Jay. The Bohusk-Salvadores. Barnell and Angel stayed in the superhero game even after being depowered, and a Bad Future revealed their grandson would be the third generation of a heroic legacy. Also Wolverine's Dysfunctional Badass Family. We have his long forgotten son Daken who wants to kill him, and then there's his teenage female clone/daughter figure X-23 who was a member of X-Force and has been killing people since she was a pre-teen. Magneto, Scarlet Witch, Quicksilver and Polaris may be as Dysfunctional Family as it gets, but they are all quite badass. Add in Scarlet Witch's twin sons Wiccan and Speed who are Young Avengers.
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Power Incontinence
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Power Incontinence: Most mutants start out with little to no control over their powers when first activated. Mutants not Blessed with Suck can gain control through careful practice.
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Meat-Sack Robot
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Meat-Sack Robot: The storyline "Operation: Zero Tolerance" introduced the Prime Sentinels: ordinary humans who were roboticized and then released back into their normal lives as Manchurian Agents unaware of the cybernetics under their flesh. Their bodies are constantly scanning for the X-Gene and when they come in contact with a mutant, their programming involuntarily activates, where they will attempt to eliminate them with extreme prejudice. They also carry the ability to roboticize ordinary people and thus create more Prime Sentinels.
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Fantastic Racism
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A number of mutants, thanks to the aforementioned Fantastic Racism and being Blessed with Suck. Rogue is the poster child for it; her powers make her an outcast among her fellow outcasts.
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Hate Plague
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Hate Plague: The Muir Island Saga has the Shadow King spreading one across the planet, via a possessed Polaris.
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Glamour
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Glamour: Gambit's charm is officially part of his power. Gambit had this power in his first appearance and even had it listed as a power in TSR role-playing modules.
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Forced to Watch
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Forced to Watch: Professor X, being forced by Mojo to watch his students compete in his twisted gameshow.
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Gang of Hats
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Gang of Hats: The Hellfire Club (the mutant mafia, essentially) all dress themselves as 18th Century British aristocrats and take on the titles of chess pieces.
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Less Embarrassing Term
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Less Embarrassing Term: In one comic, Jean Grey asks Jubilee if she still has nightmares. Jubilee responds that nightmares are for babies; she has "traumatic evening episodes."
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Uniqueness Decay
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Uniqueness Decay: An increasing criticism about mutants being an allegory for minorities is the fact that the discrimination they face becomes harder to swallow when there are currently hundreds, if not thousands, of non-mutant superbeings living in the Marvel Universe and they, for the most part, don't suffer the same prejudice for their powers and appearances.
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Convenient Terminal Illness
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Convenient Terminal Illness: A flashback explaining how Professor X could come back from the dead uses this: a terminally ill mutant scallywag calling himself the Changeling offered to pose as Xavier so the Prof could prepare for an imminent invasion.
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Heel–Face Turn
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Heel–Face Turn: Gambit, Magneto during his "headmaster" phase, Emma Frost, Juggernaut, Rogue. The Sentinels: after Decimation, they were a human-piloted peacekeeping force to protect the remaining mutants. Well, in theory at any rate. They turned on the X-Men soon enough.
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Shapeshifter Swan Song
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Shapeshifter Swan Song
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Plot Hole
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Plot Hole: Gambit & the X-ternals reveals that, since in the Age of Apocalypse Jean Grey never saved the M'Kraan crystal, the entire multiverse (i.e. every single continuity in every single Marvel book ever) is on the point of collapsing. Not only does this contradict how time travel works in the Marvel universe (each change to the past creates a tangent timeline instead of overwriting the old one), it's also never been an issue in any other alternate timeline story before or since.
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Bizarre Alien Reproduction
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Bizarre Alien Reproduction: The X-Men have fought The Brood, a race of intelligent Captain Ersatzes of the creature from Alien. A human implanted with a Brood egg will eventually be physically (and mentally) transformed into a Brood member, and will retain any genetic-based abilities (e.g. mutant powers) the victim had.
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More Hero Than Thou
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More Hero Than Thou: Wolverine and Scott Summers used to get into this all the time.
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The Extremist Was Right
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In general, the X-Men books have a theme of how regular humans and mutants should coexist peacefully. The problem with this? Exactly how often did they try to have regular humans around them? How many regular humans were at the institute? How often did the X-Men go to Washington to try to convince legislators to accept mutants? The aesop seems more 'mutants should band together into militant groups to protect themselves', in other words Magneto's message. To make it even worse, the first comic featuring the X-Men had them casually push around regular human soldiers with their powers because the soldiers didn't want to let them enter a military base. A worse example would be when the Xavier Institute once employed a regular human nurse named Annie. At one point, they find a bunch of mutants who were crucified; Jean Grey used her telepathy to call Annie for help and was annoyed when she panicked after hearing Jean's voice in her head without any warning. Later, when Annie asks who would do such a thing, Iceman condescendingly replies "humans" while sneering at her.
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Goo Goo Godlike
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As a general rule, the more powerful they are, the more likely they are to actually be a threat to humanity. This is especially true of Omega-level mutants. Even in a best case scenario, you have instances like Franklin Richards and the Scarlet Witch. On the more deliberately villainous side of things, you have Apocalypse, Dark Phoenix, Magneto (though less so following House of M), Proteus, Onslaught, Vulcan and others. Is it really irrational that regular humans might be just a tad bit disconcerted by this state of affairs and feel that it could be prudent to do something about it? For the most part, the writers have made such a point of creating dangerous and/or evil mutants, and then hurling them at the general public, that one would think humanity would have to be insane to not be terrified for their lives! Which unfortunately makes their attitude towards mutants seem more than a little bit justified.
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Dead Alternate Counterpart
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Dead Alternate Counterpart: There's an alternate universe in which hundreds of alternates of the X-Men the readers know have been killed for an arguably greater good.
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Implacable Man
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Implacable Man: Nothing can stop the Juggernaut! Nothing moves the Blob! Chris Claremont's third run on Uncanny introduces a small-time mobster mutant who applies. Somehow, none of the highly trained and experienced X-Men can take him down until his boss's daughter shows up and scolds him.
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Lethal Harmless Powers
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Lethal Harmless Powers: Nightcrawler's teleporting.
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Author Appeal
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Practically every member of the X-Men has fallen victim to this trope at least once. (See Author Appeal.)
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Brought Down to Normal
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Brought Down to Normal: The Decimation event mentioned above did this to nearly the entire mutant population. There were only roughly 300 mutants left with powers after everything was said and done and it stay that way for over a decade.
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An Ice Person
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An Ice Person: Founding member Iceman is one of these.
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Hot-Blooded
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The first two issues alone can serve as this even compared to the other more adjacent issues, with Beast being a lot more Hot-Blooded and not nearly as intellectual, and the first page making it look like Xavier is completely paralyzed, instead of just crippled.
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Purple Prose
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Purple Prose: Claremont's run frequently delved into it. Tropes Are Not Bad, though.
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The Reveal
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The Reveal: It isn't until issue 98 that we learn Wolverine's claws are a natural part of him.
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Unstoppable Rage
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Unstoppable Rage: When Steven Lang kidnaps the Professor and Jean Grey, Cyclops gets angry. Angry enough that he nearly beats Steven Lang to death. The only reason he doesn't is because of Jean and a Sentinel. Even imprisoned, Cyclops is so angry he manages to break free of his restrains, and tries all over again.
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Anti-Climactic Unmasking
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Anti-Climactic Unmasking: The story arc of Kaga in Astonishing X-Men, who is nothing more than a deformed elderly man who survived Hiroshima who's jealous of the X-Men's looks.
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A Wizard Did It
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A Wizard Did It: As knowledge of genetics and radiation became more prominent, it was eventually decided that Sufficiently Advanced Aliens "planted the seeds for beneficial mutation," rather than natural processes giving random people cool superpowers. This is not explicitly stated as fact though it at least acknowledges the underlying problem.
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Fantastic Slurs
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Fantastic Slurs: "Mutie", "Genejoke" and "Genefreak" are a few of the more common anti-mutant slurs. Meanwhile, the Mutants have "Flatscan" for humans.
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Power Loss Makes You Strong
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Power Loss Makes You Strong: Storm, back in the 80's. She lost her powers at the hands of Forge and ends up with a mohawk and boss of the Morlocks, she also Cyclops without powers to retain leadership of the X-Men. She was the primary leader until the teams split into Gold and Blue...then different books...and then she got married so she never actually was out of a command position.
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But Not Too Foreign
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But Not Too Foreign: Storm has an African mother, and grew up in Egypt, but her father was an American, and she was born in New York (they moved to Cairo when she was an infant).
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Superman Stays Out of Gotham
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Superman Stays Out of Gotham: Why the Avengers and other non-mutant heroes on friendly terms with the X-Men don't get involved in their Fantastic Racism troubles: because they don't have to deal with it themselves. Lampshaded during the Civil War when Emma Frost gives a What the Hell, Hero? speech to Tony Stark asking why the X-Men should care about Stamford when none of the other heroes got involved after the destruction of Genosha. It's starting to get averted since the Heroic Age rolled by: the Avengers tried to help the X-Men out in dealing with Bastion (but predictably, couldn't do a thing, since Bastion raised a force field around Utopia so strong that not even Mjolnir could break through it; by the time it was gone, it was when Hope had already blown Bastion to smithereens). The idea behind the Uncanny Avengers is also an effort to avert this following the Avengers vs. X-Men crisis: ostensibly, it's half veteran Avengers (Captain America, Thor and Scarlet Witchnote Who is a mutant herself, for bonus points) and half veteran X-Men (Wolverine, Havok and Rogue).
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Dressed Like a Dominatrix
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Dressed Like a Dominatrix: The Hellfire Club's Black Queens and White Queens wear outfits like this. Emma Frost, even after leaving the Hellfire Club, continues wearing variations of her White Queen outfit, transforming it into her own identity. She's of course an Anti-Hero. When Madelyne Pryor became the evil Goblin Queen, she wore a skimpy cropped black leather shirt, a leather loincloth, and thigh-high boots. In a rare male version of this trope, the same happens to her partner Havok who becomes Goblin King, complete with thigh-high boots. Some versions of Madame Hydra's costume feature a skintight green sleeveless catsuit, opera gloves, and high heels. She's often portrayed wielding a whip. Illyana Rasputin/Magik also tends to wear the all black leather bondage gear.
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Self-Duplication
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Self-Duplication: Jamie Madrox, aka Multiple Man. If he leaves his duplicates separated for too long, they start to become more independent and develop their own personalities. Sadly making a Me's a Crowd plot difficult for too long but an Evil Twin incredibly easy.
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Idiot Ball
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Idiot Ball: For some reason, the O*N*E builds a fleet of manually-operated Sentinels (built by Tony Stark), and decide to have them police Mutantkind. That'd be dumb enough given the shaky nature of Sentinels and Starktech, but they also put a blatant Mutantphobe in charge.
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Grey-and-Gray Morality
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Grey-and-Gray Morality: Except for the occasional Omnicidal Maniac, this runs very strong as far as mainstream superhero titles go. It's rare to find a guide list that even tries to separate the non-X-wearing cast into allies and villains, and quite a few stories end with the villain talking the X-Men down.
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Jerkass Ball
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Jerkass Ball: When he returned from Shi'Ar space, just before the Dark Phoenix saga, the Professor quickly set about treating the X-Men like children. Wolverine quickly stormed out of a Danger Room session because of this. Cyclops' attempts to point out to the Professor that the new X-Men aren't like the original class only results in the Professor saying this is somehow Scott's fault.
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Morality Kitchen Sink
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Morality Kitchen Sink: Xavier, Cyclops, Wolverine and Cable all have different ideas about when its right to cross certain lines. To say nothing of when people like the White Queen or Magneto himself join the group. There are the outright villains like Apocalypse and Mister Sinister or the Sentinels, but much of the drama of the stories' most famous arcs deals with internal divisions and inner conflict, most painfully during the The Dark Phoenix Saga where the X-Men, the Shi'ar Imperium, and Jean Grey have differing and believable reasons and arguments, and the only resolution is tragedy.
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Spotlight-Stealing Squad
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Spotlight-Stealing Squad: Wolverine is the poster boy. Emma Frost is now the most prominent woman on the team, over all the others who've been there longer.
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Super Empowering
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Super Empowering: Sage, but only for those with latent mutations.
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Randomly Gifted
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Randomly Gifted: The X-gene has complicated heredity.
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Look Ma, No Plane!
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Look Ma, No Plane!: Rogue does this at one point, buzzing Air Force One and giving ol' Ronnie Reagan a thrill. She does it again in the first issue of her limited series, this time planting a kiss on one of two fighter jets. She also does it on returning from Japan — she spies a 747 and decides to goof around with the pilots, scaring the living daylights out of them, it's played for laughs, just before she freaks out and assaults the SHIELD helicarrier as Ms. Marvel's memories and persona assert themselves in Rogue's mind for the first time.
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Psychic Link
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Psychic Link: The Stepford Cuckoos, Wolfsbane and Mirage.
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Tsundere
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Tsundere: Hellion is type A towards X-23.
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Claustrophobia
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Claustrophobia: Storm, on account of a plane falling on her parents' house during her childhood, and having to spend several days next to her mother's corpse.
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Plot-Relevant Age-Up
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Plot-Relevant Age-Up: During the early 70s, Magneto (and the rest of the Brotherhood) was aged down to a child by Alpha the Ultimate Mutant. When Erik the Red needed a distraction, he re-aged Magneto to adulthood.
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Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!
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Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: According to Deadly Genesis, Xavier nearly recruited Emma Frost before he found the All-New team, but reconsidered and wiped her memory just as she was thinking of going with him. While this did spare Emma from the fate of the interregnum team, it also meant Emma became the White Queen, and one of their nastiest foes.
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Betrayal Insurance
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Betrayal Insurance: Professor Xavier has a set of plans on how to stop the X-Men, Xavier himself being the subject of the first entry; however, these have rarely been mentioned since they were introduced.
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Superhero Team Uniform
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Superhero Team Uniform: The X-Men originally wore matching navy blue and yellow outfits that made them instantly recognizable to the public eye. But as the cast grew, the team moved away from this trope, with many X-Men possessing unique outfits separate from their compatriots, such as Jean Grey donning green and yellow as Phoenix, or Cyclops going with all black.
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Dysfunction Junction
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Dysfunction Junction: Hooooooo boy...
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Never Hurt an Innocent
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Never Hurt an Innocent: Magneto, Depending on the Writer. Sometimes it's just never hurt a mutant innocent.
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Slash Fic
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Slash Fic: Very common, a particular favourite is Nightcrawler/other male X-man Cable & Deadpool spawned a legion of Cable/Deadpool slash fic - though considering the content of the comic, one has to wonder if that was their intent.
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Conservation of Ninjutsu
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Conservation of Ninjutsu: The original Nimrod was a veritable juggernaut, capable of taking on the X-Men and matching them. In Second Coming, an army of Nimrods are sent to kill the X-Men, with much less luck. Justified, given the expansion of them X-Men's numbers in the years between, at that point including people like Magneto and Legion.
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Alternate Universe
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Alternate Universe: This trope often crosses over with Bad Future, but not always. As the trope itself describes, the X-Men and their associated Spin-Off groups sometimes find themselves either having to deal with, or sometimes even visiting, various different Alternate Universes or Bad Futures, to the point where several different members of the team even come from them. Rachel's from the Days of Future Past timeline, Cable spent most of his life in a Dystopic Hellhole, Bishop's a cop from a future where mutants either work for the government or are otherwise herded into concentration camps, and X-Man and Uncanny X-Force's Nightcrawler are from the Age of Apocalypse timeline, where Apocalypse started taking over everything before the X-Men were even formed.
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Defends Against Their Own Kind
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Defends Against Their Own Kind
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Story-Breaker Power
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Professor X also tends to drift around a bit, usually in response to how much he might mess up the plot. Back in the early days, he could telepathically mindwipe an entire town. More recently, even a little bit of Psychic Static can give him a headache.
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Psychic Powers
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Psychic Powers: Professor X, Jean Grey (and all of her time-traveling offspring), Psylocke, Emma Frost... the list goes on. Psychic Link: The Stepford Cuckoos, Wolfsbane and Mirage. Mindlink Mates: Jean Grey and Cyclops. Psychic Block Defense Psychic Static
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Black-and-Gray Morality
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Black-and-Gray Morality: This gradually crept in ever since the late 80s Mutant Massacre, but got blatant with Darker and Edgier storylines after the mid-00s.
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Bait-and-Switch
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Bait-and-Switch: During issue 100, the X-Men come under attack from... the X-Men? Eventually, Wolverine lunges at Jean Grey, we see Banshee's horrified reaction... and then we see the wires of the robotic Jean duplicate. One issue ends with Bishop shooting everyone else on the team apropos of nothing. The next issue reveals they'd been infected with nanites that would've killed them in an instant had he not acted.
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Action Dress Rip
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Action Dress Rip: Wolverine performs this for Jean Grey when they're escaping from some sentinels, Jean having been captured while on a date with Cyclops, and is having difficulty doing the deed herself.
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Noble Male, Roguish Male
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Noble Male, Roguish Male: Cyclops (Noble) and Wolverine (Roguish) in some depictions.
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Friendly Tickle Torture
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Friendly Tickle Torture: Nightcrawler has done this to, on various occasions, Rogue, Phoenix (Rachel), and Meggan (of Excalibur). Between his teleporting ability and his prehensile tail, he's apparently quite good at it. Of them, Rogue didn't find it all too friendly — although Nightcrawler was intending to get her to laugh, it pointed out to Rogue in sharp relief the one thing she desperately wanted to do but couldn't — touch another human being.
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Dolled-Up Installment
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Dolled-Up Installment: The Civil War: X-Men mini-series has nothing to do with the events of Civil War. It's more of a sequel to the 198 mini-series. The mini-series X-Men: Die by the Sword has little to do with the X-Men. It's actually an Exiles and New Excalibur crossover, also serving as a Fully Absorbed Finale to the later.
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Back from the Dead
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Back from the Dead: Professor X was the first major character, but later on Jean Grey remains one of the first superheroines to be brought back from the dead. But if you think she was Killed Off for Real even a fraction as many times as Magneto, you haven't done your homework. It has become something of a joke at how many characters have died and returned. But trying to avert this not only fools nobody, it comes across as writers using averting this to get rid of characters they don't like. The entire team dies in Uncanny X-Men #227, only to come back a few pages later. Characters like Psylocke and Colossus have been killed off, only to return; in the case of these two, both returned in the same year.
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Chrome Dome Psi
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Chrome Dome Psi: Professor X
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Mind Rape
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Mind Rape: What Jean does to Emma to wipe the smug look off her face after having been caught with Scott. Jason Wyngarde used Dark Phoenix to become more powerful, so she returned in kind... by granting him omniscience to drive him insane.
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Dehumanization
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Dehumanization: During the climatic confrontation in the graphic novel God Loves, Man Kills, Rev. Stryker points to Nightcrawler and exclaims:
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Kudzu Plot
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Kudzu Plot: Claremont's uncannily long stint on Uncanny X-Men.
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No One Could Survive That!
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Uncanny X-Men Issue 101, courtesy of Jean Grey, who it should be noted is supposed to be dead: "Hear me, X-Men! No longer am I the woman you knew! I am fire! And life incarnate! Now and forever — I AM PHOENIX!"
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Psychic Static
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Psychic Static
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"X" Makes Anything Cool: The whole X-Men title. To a smaller degree, Professor Charles Xavier, whose surname is a flashier but correct alternate spelling of the Hispanic name "Javier".
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Wham Episode
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Wham Episode: Uncanny X-Men issue 105: The alien that has been haunting Xavier's dreams reveals themselves... and just happens to be a beautiful woman. Uncanny X-Men issue 275: Magneto renounces his attempt at reforming, and kills Zaladane. Uncanny X-Men issue 388: The Muir Island facility is totalled. X-Men issue 108: Moira MacTaggert passes on, despite the best efforts of the X-Men. And Senator Kelly is murdered by a human.
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Oppressed Minority Veteran
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Oppressed Minority Veteran: Jakob Eisenhardt is another German-Jewish example, who was a decorated veteran of World War I. His family's persecution by the Nazi regime provides a substantial portion of his son Erik's Freudian Excuse.
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Giant Space Flea from Nowhere
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Giant Space Flea from Nowhere: Though their mission statement is to fight against human racists and mutant terrorists, at least a third of Chris Claremont's run had them fighting against random evil aliens and demons. Peter Milligan's Golgotha was a giant space flea... and it was literally from nowhere. Especially when you realize you expected the hangar without seeing anything suspicious... and a few moments later you come back and see there's a ginormous squicky creature on top of the Blackbird.
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Demonic Possession
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Demonic Possession: The Shadow King is a recurring X-Men villain with the psychic powers, who does not have a physical form. To compensate, he possesses the bodies of others. Proteus has to possess people, as his Reality Warper powers burned out his original body, and does to those he possesses.
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Laser-Guided Karma
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Laser-Guided Karma: X-23 was introduced to X-Men proper slicing up a group of frat boys who were trying to kill a young woman for dating a mutant.
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Re-Power
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Re-Power: This actually has an In-Universe term; "Secondary Mutation". In effect, any given mutant may potentially, in the right circumstances, develop one or more entirely new powers. This may alter, replace or add to original powers. For two of the most iconic example, Beast's transformation from "somewhat ape-like man" to "talking gorilla" to "ape-cat" over the years as his powers have strengthened, and Emma Frost's developing the ability to assume a crystaline "diamond form" that makes her Nigh Invulnerable and gives her Super Strength at the cost of being unable to access her psychic powers in that form.
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Significant Green-Eyed Redhead
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Jean Grey gained a few of these after her original death. Let's see: her daughter Rachel Grey, her clone Madelyne Pryor, and her possible reincarnation Hope Summers are all Significant Green Eyed Redheads that can manifest the Phoenix Force.
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Accidental Pun
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Post-Phoenix X-Men (Chris Claremont/John Byrne): After the death of Jean Grey, the face of the X-Men continued to mutate. The last of the founding members, Cyclops, took an unspecified leave of absence to grieve, leaving Storm as the leader. Kitty Pryde was soon recruited, which led to the famous Days of Future Past storyline. Shortly after, Rogue was recruited, and Rachel Summers, the second Phoenix, Cyclops and Jean's child from an alternate future, was sent back in time to join the team. Other recruits during this time included Psylocke, Forge, Dazzler, and Longshot, who was an alien, rather than a mutant. Then, perhaps most pivotally, Magneto himself reformed and joined the team, even being appointed leader of the X-Men's first spin-off team...
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From a Single Cell: Wolverine, on one occasion, which the writers have since thankfully Voodoo Sharked out.
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Monster Modesty
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Monster Modesty: Beast started off as looking mostly-human and was covered head to toe actually to shin, since his original costume left his abnormally large hands and feet exposed (his original costume is depicted in the page image). Once he turned into a blue ape-man, he took to wearing black underwear and nothing else. His current costume averts this a bit more. In fact, Hank plays it straight or averts it depending at what point is his mutation today. He's currently reverted to black shorts only.
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Betty and Veronica
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Betty and Veronica: Cyclops choosing between Jean Grey (Betty) and Emma Frost (Veronica). Jean Grey choosing between Cyclops (Betty) and Wolverine (Veronica) And last but not least, Cyclops with Jean Grey (Betty) and Psylocke (Veronica).
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Beware the Superman
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Beware the Superman: The prime source of Conflict Ball for mutants which are often fueled by the X-Men often fighting other malicious mutants or mutant-haters and causing massive collateral damage along the way. Even more so towards Omega-Level Mutants who are feared by even other mutants for being dangerous time-bombs especially since some could incinerate an entire city block at random once their powers activate and others include even X-Men who've gone crazy with power and nearly destroyed the planet.
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There Are No Therapists
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There Are No Therapists: The members of the various X-teams could really benefit from regular therapy. In Claremont's run alone the main team members were repeatedly (and painfully) devolved into primates by Sauron and then evolved back, they lost Thunderbird, there was The Dark Phoenix Saga, the Mutant Massacre, Inferno, being the captives of the Brood, Cyclops and Storm and Xavier all being tortured by William Stryker, Wolverine being tortured by the Reavers until he went partially insane, and more! It's amazing that the entire team didn't just break down sobbing and curl up into the fetal position after all of that. Apart from the members of X-Factor going to see Doc Samson a couple of times, we've never seen any of them receive any sort of treatment. Rogue, in particular, is a psychiatric marvel in that after all the psychic and psychological trauma she endured before and after joining the X-Men she didn't have to end her days committed to a mental hospital for life.
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Big Bad
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Big Bad: The major evils of the X-Men universe are Magneto and Apocalypse. When Magneto goes through a Heel–Face Turn however, new big bads pop up. Bastion managed to seize the role between 2008 and 2010.
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Bat Family Crossover
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Bat Family Crossover: Very common. For a while, they were affectionately referred to by fans as "X-overs". At times, the X-Books have almost seemed like an entirely separate universe. Inferno and Onslaught averted this, however, as did Maximum Security. And Mutant Massacre (X-Men's first major crossover) featured Thor and the Power Pack in minor roles. One of the major complaints of the franchise is that Marvel rarely acknowledges the oddity of mutants getting so much more flack than other superpowered beings. This is occasionally partially addressed with the idea that mutants can be anyone, signified by the famous line 'It's 1987. Do you know what your children are?' and post Avengers vs. X-Men, this seems to be being addressed through the Uncanny Avengers. Some of the more successful examples of this trope are Age of Apocalypse, Mutant Massacre and Fatal Attractions.
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Heel–Face Revolving Door: Everyone, but special mention goes to Mystique. To be a bit more specific; Mystique joined the X-Men and left, Sabretooth joined the X-Men and left, Juggernaut joined the X-Men and left, Lady Mastermind joined the X-Men and left, Magneto joined the X-Men, left, and joined again, Sebastian Shaw joined Hope's Lights and left... Really, about the only three Heel Face Turns to have stuck are Rogue, Tessa/Sage, (who turned out to be Good All Along) and Emma Frost (except Emma Frost). Every other villain that's joined eventually just stabs the group in the back. (Either that, or they just up and leave.) Given that, as of Jonathan Hickman's X-Men perennial X-foes Apocalypse, Emplate, Exodus, the Gorgon, Greycrow, Magneto (still), Mister Sinister, Mystique (again), Selene, and Toad are all currently (at least nominally) on the side of the angels…
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My Skull Runneth Over: A plot line just before Adjectiveless' 200th issue has Rogue encounter a living weapon that absorbs the mind of anything it comes near, and has been travelling across the universe for hundreds of years. As a result, it has several billion minds in there. And then Rogue absorbs them all. It takes coming into contact with Hope Summers to wipe them out of her.
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Egocentric Team Naming: Denied in-universe, but c'mon...
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Killer Robot: The Sentinels
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Not So Different: Comparisons between Magneto's ideology and Hitler's are inevitable, particularly as Magneto oscillates between a Well-Intentioned Extremist protecting mutantkind from the same fate his family and the rest of the Holocaust victims suffered and an evolutionary supremacist who sees Homo Superior enslaving or killing off Muggles as the natural order of things.
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Meta Origin
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Meta Origin: The X-Gene causes all sorts of different physical changes.
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Hand Blast: A common manifestation of mutant powers. For example, Havoc fires concussive beams from his hands. The Sentinels typically fire Hand Blasts in their mutant-hunting endeavors.
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Greater-Scope Villain: Sublime, a sentient colony of bacteria almost as old as the Earth itself, definitely qualifies. In "Here Comes Tomorrow", it was revealed to have orchestrated many events in the X-Men's past, including the creation of the Weapon X program, all in a centuries-old campaign to wipe the mutant race from the Earth (as they are the only species immune to its mind control). It's implied that it may have even manipulated humanity to create the very idea of anti-mutant prejudice in the first place. The Celestials also qualify. The very-abridged-and-not-entirely-accurate version is essentially that Sublime invented anti-mutant prejudice and the Celestials invented mutant supremacism. Apocalypse of course qualifies as well. A lot of stories set him up as this. Weapon X too. In the past, Magneto was this for a few stories as well. Grant Morrison's New X-Men revealed not only that Weapon X is in fact controlled by an organization of greater scope villains called Weapon Plus¸, a secret governmental organization hellbent on eradicating mutants, who is responsible (directly or indirectly) for a LOT of the crappy stuff that Wolverine went through in his life, but also that they are (directly or indirectly) responsible for the existence of many heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe, not just Wolverine himself. They created Project: Rebirth, which makes them indirectly responsible for the creation of Captain America and Isaiah Bradley (or to be more specific, the super soldier serum, AKA Weapon I). They also created Weapon II(a weird squirrel with Wolverine's powers), The Skinless Man (Weapon III), Nuke (One of Daredevil's villains and Weapon VII), X-23, Deadpool, Huntsman (Weapon XII), Fantomex (Weapon XIII), The Stepford Cuckoos (Clones of Emma Frost and Weapon XIV), Ultimaton (Weapon XV), Allgod (Weapon XVI) and according to Word of God, they are also responsible for creating or empowering many more unknown characters, both heroes and villains. They are also responsible for creating Project: Gladiator, which makes them indirectly responsible for creating Man-Thing. In some comics, it's also implied that they might have been involved with the prison experiments that gave Luke Cage his powers, the program that created the Sentinels and the Red Room Black Widow Ops organization that created the multiple Black Widows (like Natasha Romanoff and Yelena Belova). The organization has also been known to work with and provide money and resources to other villainous organizations (especially those that hate the X-men) like A.I.M., HYDRA, The Hellfire Club, ROXXON, The Purifiers, OSCORP, ect...Later on, it's revealed that Weapon Plus was created and controlled by an even GREATER greater scope villain known as Romulus. He claims to be responsible for EVERYTHING that happened in Logan's life and more, with plenty of evidence to back up said claim (Such as immense intimate knowledge of Wolverine's life, for example). The aforementioned John Sublime was pulling strings in the program as well, and to make things even more confusing, Word of God from the writer of the very first Weapon X story indicated that the original greater scope villain was going to be the aforementioned Apocalypse, but this never saw print for unknown reasons.
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Evolutionary Levels: Mutants as "Homo superior".
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Nested Mouths
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Nested Mouths: Bliss the Morlock has an extra mouth on her tongue.
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What Measure Is a Non-Human?
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What Measure Is a Non-Human?: For those who think mutants aren't human.
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Evil Costume Switch
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Evil Costume Switch: Dark Phoenix, going from a mainly green outfit to dark red (and the phoenix symbol on her chest getting larger).
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Foreshadowing: During Whedon's "Astonishing" arc, Agent Brand mentions that Breakworld had a bullet pointed at Earth's head. Except for the "head" part, this turns out to be literally true.
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Traumatic Superpower Awakening
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Traumatic Superpower Awakening: How several powers are attained, combined with Puberty Superpower.
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Time Travel
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Time Travel: Starting with "Days of Future Past" and going from there. The X-Men have been involved in so many Time Travel incidents that it has begun to be Lampshaded by nearly everyone after the ANAD relaunch.
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Amazing Technicolor Population: Mutant skin color ranges far beyond peach to brown seen in humans. Blue is an especially common color, for some reason — there have probably been more blue X-Men than black X-Men. Background mutants are also commonly given unusual skin color to make their subspecies immediately identifiable to the reader.
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Elite Mooks
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During the climax to Second Coming, the revived Graydon Creed and Steven Lang are turned into Sentinels and sent to kill the X-Men when Bastion fights Hope Summers. Given the X-Men have just gone through a battle with dozens of Nimrods, Creed and Lang don't have a chance. Their defeat isn't given any real attention, being the subject of one panel.
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Rogues Gallery: Magneto and the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, Mister Sinister and the Marauders, the Friends of Humanity, the Sentinels, Gene Nation, Humanity's Last Stand, the Brood, the Phalanx, the Shadow King, Nimrod, the Juggernaut, Black Tom Cassidy, the Hellfire Club, Apocalypse and his Horsemen, the Acolytes of Magneto, Sublime, the Reavers, the Mutant Liberation Front and the Weapon X project (* whew!* ) have all functioned as recurring enemies for the X-Men as a group.
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Left Stuck After Attack: The Blob is a giant fat guy who literally absorbs punches into his massive belly, leaving his attackers stuck in him (in some incarnations).
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Blown Across the Room: Cyclops' eye beams knock bad guys back, but not Cyclops himself. It's one of the ways he's immune to his own power.
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Mood Whiplash
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She also does it on returning from Japan — she spies a 747 and decides to goof around with the pilots, scaring the living daylights out of them, it's played for laughs, just before she freaks out and assaults the SHIELD helicarrier as Ms. Marvel's memories and persona assert themselves in Rogue's mind for the first time.
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Muggle Power: For Magneto and his bunch. The X-Men, naturally, oppose both sides.
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Muggles
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You'll also notice a subtle difference in the way sympathetic characters use the word "human" as a blanket term for both mutants and ordinary humans, but occasionally use it to mean just ordinary humans when it's clear from context they're not implying a value judgment. Under some writers, though, they'll avoid the second usage or use the word "human" exclusively for non-mutants (e.g. specifying "humans and mutants" when talking to aliens). For a long time, this didn't vary from character to character, except for villains: the anti-mutant racists inhuman freaks unworthy of being part of humanity while evil mutants are emphasizing the supremacy of homo-sapiens-superior over mere Muggles. However with the recent Decimation and Endangered Species events, everyone is referring to mutants as a separate species from humans without regard to the good/bad implications.
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Homosocial Heterosexuality
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Homosocial Heterosexuality: While Wolverine and Cyclops occasionally have heartwarming moments it's rare, as most of their interactions are tense due to their shared attraction to Jean. Even when they are in danger, or have more pressing things to fight about, or even of she's currently dead, it's always about Jean. Right down to the morning Logan finds Scott in bed with Emma Frost. Remember, Jean's already dead at this point but for some reason her memory is reason enough for Logan to take a personal interest in Scott's... personal interests.
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I Want My Jet Pack
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Bishop's future. It starts with one of the X-Men turning traitor and killing the others and gets worse from there. At some point, there was a nuclear war, and by the time Bishop's born mutants are thrown into camps. The camps eventually get destroyed, but this means a lot of mutants running around who really don't like humans, forcing some mutants to form their own police force. And then there are the marauding packs of vampire-monsters. And just to add insult to injury, no-one has a jetpack.
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Mutants
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Mutants: Of course.
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Rule of Drama
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Rule of Drama: Common. For example, Rogue and Gambit. Every time a writer tries to resolve the angst of their relationship, the next one will find a way to stir it up again. Ditto for Polaris and Havok; the writers have used actual black holes to keep them apart. A few years back the lineup of one team consisted of Gambit, Rogue, Iceman, Polaris, and Havok. With Iceman and nurse Annie being part of a big love quadrangle with Polaris and Havok.
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Joker Immunity
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Joker Immunity: Mr. Sinister, the Sentinels, Donald Pierce, Selene. None of them ever stay gone for long.
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Status Quo Is God
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Status Quo Is God: Mutants will never be accepted no matter how much progress in mutant rights occurs or how commonplace non-mutant superhumans become in the Marvel Universe. The X-Men will also never stop being feared and hated no matter how much good they do for the world. Small steps toward mutant equality will often happen but any major attempts at progress will almost always result everything being regressed in the most dramatic way possible.
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Flying Firepower
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Flying Firepower: Sunfire: Sun-related array of powers, and flight. Sunpyre: Sunfire's younger sister possesses the same powerset. Alternate, female version of Sunfire from Exiles Sunspot from New Mutants, often described as a "living solar battery." He turns solar energy into Flying Brick powers with energy blasts. Jean Grey with the power of The Phoenix Force.
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Wedding Episode
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Wedding Episode: Logan made sure Cyclops and Jean Grey's wedding in X-Men #30 was conflict-free. Not to mention Jean's atypical wedding dress was absolutely gorgeous. Jean chose to have the last dance with wheelchair-bound Xavier, and used her telekinesis to lift him up.
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Big Brother Mentor
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Since Kitty Pryde left the team, it becomes a rule that the roster has to include one plucky teenage girl who latches onto Wolverine as a Big Brother Mentor. Over the years, the replacements have included Jubilee, Marrow, Armor, Pixie, and X-23. They shook up the tradition a bit with Marrow by making Gambit her mentor instead, but they cut out the middleman with X-23 by making her Wolverine's female clone (the closest thing to an actual little sister he's ever gonna get).
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Oh, Crap!
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Oh, Crap!: The Shi'ar ship that chases Lilandra to Earth is very blasé about the planet's recent history as they check it. The science officer casually points out they've already fought off Skrulls and the Kree, and that they've met the Celestials. Then she finds out that Earth has fought off Galactus twice. The Shi'ar immediately freak out and run.
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Robot Hair
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Robot Hair: In Joss Whedon's run, the Danger Room developed sapience and (after creating a body from an old Sentinel) became Danger◊. "She" has cables coming out of the back of her head that resemble hair.
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Playing with Syringes
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Playing with Syringes: The Weapon X project.
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Clip Its Wings
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Clip Its Wings: Angel has large wings: during the Mutant Massacre storyline, his wings are mutilated and later develop gangrene so they're amputated. For a while, he uses artificial wings; later, real wings grow back.
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Face–Heel Turn
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Face–Heel Turn: Gambit, Bishop. Gambit, especially has turned this into a revolving door.
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Ms. Fanservice
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Ms. Fanservice: Emma Frost, full stop.
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Vocal Minority
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Vocal Minority: invoked An In-Universe version. Most mutants that are seen are usually relatively powerful, but its been said that most mutants are either relatively weak, or even completely harmless, but are still treated to the same stuff the actual dangerous ones are, and is usually the reason the Mutants are a minority metaphor works. But of course, no one wants to read a comic about a group of people who only have an extra pair of hands or the ability to glow.
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Sapient Ship
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Sapient Ship: The Brood used lobotomized Space Whales for transport, and the surviving ones at liberty were both sentient and not happy at all about the situation.
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RetCon
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Retcon: Absurdly common, especially with characters with mysterious pasts.
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Have You Tried Not Being a Monster?
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Interestingly, a lot of human parents feel this way about their mutant children but when a lot of the students were Brought Down to Normal, Put on a Bus and the bus blew up, they never bothered to collect their remains.
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Make Way for the New Villains
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Make Way for the New Villains: Just after Claremont left X-Men after his seventeen year run, new villain Trevor Fitzroy killed off the Hellions, one of the more infamous examples in comics.
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Take That!
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Take That!: In one Generation M comic, the main character is an alcoholic reporter. A suspiciously-familiar guy calling himself Tony S attends one of her AA meetings. At a later point, after being beaten up she refers to herself as "looking like one of Hank Pym's girlfriends".
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Scary Dogmatic Aliens
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Scary Dogmatic Aliens who want to convert every mutant and human on Earth into more of their own kind.
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Too Dumb to Live
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Too Dumb to Live: One fitting most X-Men media, the military and police's attempts to stop evil mutants, but particularly ones like Magneto. How many times must they throw metal tanks, missiles, bullets, etc. at him only to have them effortlessly stopped and often turned against them before they realize that is not ever going to work?
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Everyone is a Super
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Everyone is a Super: It's not all cool to have a super powered population.
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Dysfunctional Family
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Magneto, Scarlet Witch, Quicksilver and Polaris may be as Dysfunctional Family as it gets, but they are all quite badass. Add in Scarlet Witch's twin sons Wiccan and Speed who are Young Avengers.
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Love Triangle
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A few years back the lineup of one team consisted of Gambit, Rogue, Iceman, Polaris, and Havok. With Iceman and nurse Annie being part of a big love quadrangle with Polaris and Havok.
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Grade-School C.E.O.
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Grade-School C.E.O.: The villains of Schism are a quartet of obscenely rich kids around 12 years old, the leader of whom takes over for his late father as CEO of the company that manufactures Sentinels.
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Implicit Prison
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Implicit Prison: In Marvel Comics Decimation event, the Xavier Institute was called a "Haven" for remaining mutants, but was really an internment camp for them.
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Evil Overlord
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Assorted Evil Overlords who want to murder or enslave every mutant and human on Earth.
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 X-Men (Comic Book) / int_b8e3f20a
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Demoted to Extra
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Demoted to Extra: Cyclops in The Movie. Kitty Pryde gets this in most adaptations, despite spending years as one of the central characters of the series.
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Forgotten Fallen Friend
 X-Men (Comic Book) / int_b901ef97
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Forgotten Fallen Friend: It happens. Nobody tends to think about Changeling, who gave his life imitating Professor X to save mankind. Deadly Genesis reveals between the original team and the All-New team, there was a squad of four sent to Krakoa, two - Petra, a geokinetic, and Sway, who could manipulate time - died. Despite this, they almost never get brought up after the miniseries is over (slightly justified by the fact that only Professor X knew about them, and their other squadmate Vulcan in an Ax-Crazy maniac, so he's not about to shed any tears for them). While "friend" is pushing it, after Decimation the X-Men had Sentinel Squad O*N*E hanging around, until Messiah Complex where all the pilots are killed and turned into nano-Sentinels. Afterward, no-one, not even their boss, spares the poor bastards a second or even first thought.
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Phlebotinum Battery
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Phlebotinum Battery: Cyclops' red optic blasts are charged by solar power. In a pinch, they can be charged by Storm's lightning (which turns them white), but it is not at all pleasant for him.
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Weight Loss Horror
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Weight Loss Horror: Whoever is chosen as Famine in Apocalypse's Horsemen can cause people to become emaciated by touching them.
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 X-Men (Comic Book) / int_bab2af18
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Backstory Invader
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Backstory Invader: Inverted in Legacy with Forgetmenot, whose mutant power made people forget his existence the moment they stop actively thinking about him. He's apparently been an X-Man for six in-story years.
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Lost Aesop
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Lost Aesop: Is being a mutant supposed to be a good thing or a bad thing? Many X-Folks have pointed out how the X-Men don't do much beyond fight other mutants or mutant-haters. Then there's Blessed with Suck mutants like Rogue who want to lose their mutant "gifts" altogether. Muggles want to gain those same gifts because mutants are special. But anytime either side tries to change their situation with the best intentions in mind, things go wrong real fast and status quo reasserts itself. Perhaps it's a case of "be yourself," which in the real world is the best solution. As a general rule, the more powerful they are, the more likely they are to actually be a threat to humanity. This is especially true of Omega-level mutants. Even in a best case scenario, you have instances like Franklin Richards and the Scarlet Witch. On the more deliberately villainous side of things, you have Apocalypse, Dark Phoenix, Magneto (though less so following House of M), Proteus, Onslaught, Vulcan and others. Is it really irrational that regular humans might be just a tad bit disconcerted by this state of affairs and feel that it could be prudent to do something about it? For the most part, the writers have made such a point of creating dangerous and/or evil mutants, and then hurling them at the general public, that one would think humanity would have to be insane to not be terrified for their lives! Which unfortunately makes their attitude towards mutants seem more than a little bit justified. The recurring nature of world-smashing conflicts initiated by mutant villains (and sometimes heroes), combined with the fact that most of the alternate future timeline's we have seen are of the Bad Future variety could leave a reader with a sense that the anti-mutant crowd makes sense. The writers seem to revel in the notion that the rise of mutants is setting the world on a path to a horrific future, and yet it is still supposed to be seen as a positive thing. On the other hand, a few of the truly bad timelines (think Days of Futures Past here) have been the result of muggles attempting to exterminate mutants, so it seems like the future is screwed either way.
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Weaponized Offspring
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Weaponized Offspring: The minor villain Tusk could create smaller copies of himself.
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 X-Men (Comic Book) / int_be157880
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Married in the Future
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Married in the Future: In Days of Future Past, Wolverine and Storm are a married couple, as are Colossus and Kitty. In The End, Beast and Cecilia Reyes are a married couple. So are Sam Guthrie and Lila Cheney. And Scott and Emma.
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 X-Men (Comic Book) / int_be7ff283
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You Gotta Have Blue Hair
 X-Men (Comic Book) / int_be7ff283
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You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Many characters, like Polaris, Psylocke, and Pixie; these usually show up as a side-effect of their mutation expressing itself. Psylocke actually dyed her hair, which was originally blonde, up until Spiral and the Body Shop got hold of her. After that all bets are off. Surge has blue hair that came in a bottle labeled "electric blue." Beast and Nightcrawler. Yeah, it's blue fur, but same difference.
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Mindlink Mates
 X-Men (Comic Book) / int_c05de85d
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Mindlink Mates: Jean Grey and Cyclops.
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The Adjectival Superhero
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The Adjectival Superhero: A dozen times over, to distinguish all their many series. "All-New, All-Different", "Astonishing", "Uncanny", and "X-Treme". Parodied with the Fan Nickname for the original book "Adjectiveless X-Men".
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Kids Play Matchmaker
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Kids Play Matchmaker: In one issue Carter Ghazikhanian used his psychic powers on a comatose Alex Summers, in order to make Alex fall in love with his single mother.
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Mental Affair
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Mental Affair: Scott and Emma. It's not entirely surprising that Jean, a fellow telepath, catches them in the act.
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Defacement Insult
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Defacement Insult: "Mutie", the go-to slur for mutants, is a common thing to get graffitied when mutants' property is vandalized.
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Chuck Cunningham Syndrome
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Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Remember Peter Corbeau? Long-time friend of Charles Xavier? No? Neither do the writers. Nurse Annie and her son were shoved onto a bus after Chuck Austen's run, and never heard from again. Not that anyone was necessarily complaining in this case. Neel Shaara and Cecilia Reyes just vanish after House of M. In the case of the later, she has a brother show up looking for her, but none of the X-Men seem to particularly give a damn.
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Outside-the-Box Tactic
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Outside-the-Box Tactic: Sebastian Shaw absorbs any kinetic energy directed at him, even a bullet, so Storm covers him in snow, which actually saps his energy, due to cold being a lack of said energy. note Ironically, 15ish years later the X-Man Bishop—whose powers are similar to Shaw's—would charge himself up by using snowfall.
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Walk, Don't Swim
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Walk, Don't Swim: Juggernaut's default method of crossing bodies of water.
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Shout-Out
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Shout-Out: The bridge of the Shi'ar ship that chases Lilandra to Earth looks... familiar. They even have similar uniforms, and a Prime Directive. A few pages later, Lilandra teleports to Earth, and Misty Knight comments that it even looks like the transporter effects. In Uncanny X-Men #218, characters named Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart and Sergeant-Major Benton appear. Word of God is that Corsair, leader of the Starjammers, named his alien skunk-woman girlfriend "Hepzibah" (because her true name is a unique pheromone cocktail that Corsair can't hope to replicate) after Miz Hepzibah, the sexy skunk from Pogo.
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Family Extermination
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Family Extermination: One story-arc had a group of Shi'ar decide to wipe out the entire Grey family due to the association between Jean Grey and the Phoenix Force. Jean was dead at the time, so the only two survivors were Rachel and Nate (who, admittedly, was dead at the time this happened anyway).
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Bitter Wedding Speech
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Bitter Wedding Speech: In an issue of X-Men Unlimited about the wedding of one of Emma's college friends.
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Informed Ability
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Informed Ability: Due to Loads and Loads of Characters the series have mounted over the decades and the Popularity Power, Pandering to the Base, Running the Asylum factors might guide the course of the story, many mutants suffer the case of poorly expanded and very limited use of their powers, it's more common to see these renegated characters, or someone other than, stating what they could do instead of actually doing it, not even once at least in one of the many alternate universes and continuities. The most prominent examples are the Omega Level mutants, the term itself is not properly fleshed out, but it's clear that the mutants under this class are likely to be a Person of Mass Destruction, Physical God, Reality Warper, etc. etc. Arguably only Jean Grey/Phoenix, Franklin Richards and Nate Grey a.k.a. X-Man (before his sudden De-Power) have shown what a Omega is truly capable of; Elixir, Vulcan, Legion have at least shown a little of their magnificent powers; but Iceman, Mister M, Rachel Summers and Torrent are really, really kept in the dark. Iceman has gotten a major upgrade in the new Wolverine & The X-Men comic. In issue #2, he defeats an army of flamethrower-wielding Frankenstein clones by activating the sprinkler system and spawning dozens of autonomous ice duplicates. It's pretty much exactly as awesome as it sounds. Or the time he fought a bunch of vampires by having a priest BLESS HIS ICE FORM. On a smaller note, Wolverine is supposed to be a Grandmaster-level martial artist, Olympic-level gymnast, has high caliber tactical acumen, and is a complete and total badass with weapons (go figure). While his combat ability has actually made some appearances, those appearances NEVER show anything that really resembles the level of combat badassery he supposedly has.
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The Magic Touch
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The Magic Touch: Gambit has the power to turn anything inorganic he touches into an explosive.
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I Just Want to Be Special
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I Just Want to Be Special: The U-Men are a bunch of humans who want to be Mutants. So they go around killing mutants and harvesting their organs to try and gain superpowers. Donald Pierce turned himself into a cyborg because he hated being weak compared to Mutants.
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Word of God
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Word of God is that Corsair, leader of the Starjammers, named his alien skunk-woman girlfriend "Hepzibah" (because her true name is a unique pheromone cocktail that Corsair can't hope to replicate) after Miz Hepzibah, the sexy skunk from Pogo.
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Killed Off for Real
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Professor X was the first major character, but later on Jean Grey remains one of the first superheroines to be brought back from the dead. But if you think she was Killed Off for Real even a fraction as many times as Magneto, you haven't done your homework.
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Super Registration Act
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Super Registration Act: The first ever, in fact. A thorn in the X-Men's side during the eighties, it disappeared once Claremont left the books.
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Superhero School
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Superhero School: (Trope Maker) Xavier Academy, especially right in the beginning and in recent years.
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Badass Longcoat
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Badass Longcoat: Gambit primarily, though Rogue and others have been known to don the longcoat on occasion. Subverted by Jubilee, whose most iconic costume is a flashy bright yellow longcoat.
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Dominatrix
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Dominatrix: X-Men writers LOVE this trope. Emma Frost is the most obvious example. But then there was also Jean Grey as the Black Queen in The Dark Phoenix Saga. More recently, Red Queen◊ took it Up to Eleven in the "Manifest Destiny" arc.
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Possession Burnout
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Possession Burnout: Proteus possessing a person causes their body to burn up.
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Loads and Loads of Characters
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Loads and Loads of Characters: And loads and loads. The Decimation event stripped the number of mutants down to 198 because the boys at Marvel had gotten sick of trying to keep up with so many mutant characters in the ranks.
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More Diverse Sequel
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More Diverse Sequel: The comic was originally launched with five white characters: four men and one woman—all American. After being completely revamped in the 70s as the "All-New, All-Different X-Men'', the team's roster expanded to both different ethnicities and different nationalities, including Nightcrawler (German), Storm (African, raised in the US), Wolverine (Canadian), Colossus and Thunderbird (Native American). They were later joined by Kitty Pryde (Jewish) and have only become more diverse over the years.
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True Love Is Boring
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True Love Is Boring: Don't expect many couples to last.
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What the Hell, Hero?
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What the Hell, Hero?: Sometimes characters get called out on things they did, sometimes not. Taken to extreme lengths with everyone's reaction to finding out Scott assembled the X-Force, a black ops team with the most dangerous mutants to go and kill the X-Men's most deadly enemies who could possibly eradicate the last of the mutants.
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Tank-Tread Mecha
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Tank-Tread Mecha: Bonebreaker is a cyborg with a missing lower half. In its place are a cluster of cybernetics attached on top of a tank platform. Besides the comic books, he has also appeared in the animated series as well as a few video games such as the Punisher arcade game.
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Dramatic Unmask
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Uncanny X-Men issue 105: The alien that has been haunting Xavier's dreams reveals themselves... and just happens to be a beautiful woman.
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Elemental Shapeshifter
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Elemental Shapeshifter: Several. Magma can transform into magma and rocks. Dust can turn herself into a sandstorm. Rockslide and Onyxx are big guys made of rocks.
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Joker Jury
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Joker Jury: Factor 3. Also Magneto, to Gambit.
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Painted-On Pants
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Painted-On Pants: Nearly every female X-Man wears these at least once (but all the costume changes mean none have worn them constantly).
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Barrier Warrior
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Barrier Warrior: The Blob and Unus the Untouchable are examples of these. Subverted in that they're both obnoxious Jerkasses who use their powers to bully others. Cecilia Reyes is a pretty straightforward example. Most telekinetic mutants tend to become this if the situation calls for it.
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The Sneaky Guy
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The Sneaky Guy: Nightcrawler might be the best example.
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Let X Be the Unknown
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Let X Be the Unknown
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Amusing Alien
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Amusing Alien: Lockheed the dragon isn't actually a dragon; he's an alien that happens to resemble a cat-sized purple dragon. Astonishing reveals that he isn't a regular Team Pet; he's an empath who speaks dozens of languages, and is smarter than the professor. And he'd been spying on the X-Men for SWORD since he came back.
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Amazon Brigade
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Amazon Brigade: The 2013 relaunch of (adjectiveless) X-Men featured an all-female team: Storm, Rogue, Kitty Pryde, Rachel Summers, Psylocke and Jubilee. They also got a villainous counterpart with a race-lifted Lady Deathstrike forming a "Sisterhood" with Typhoid Mary and Amora The Enchantress.
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'90s Anti-Hero
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'90s Anti-Hero: Cable and Bishop are both very rare successful examples of this trope, having managed to develop a level of characterization and depth that's usually not applied to characters covered by this trope.
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Sixth Ranger
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Sixth Ranger: Havok and Polaris both filled this role when they joined the original Five-Man Band of X-Men.
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Assimilation Backfire
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Assimilation Backfire: Even though Rogue is not an assimilator proper, her absorption power has often enough resulted in assimilation backfire, e.g. absorbing a particularly strong personality may result in her losing control of her own body to the persona she absorbed. This happened with Spiral, for instance. She also sometimes had to struggle for control of her own body with some other personalities she absorbed, especially with that of Carol Danvers.
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Pre-Asskicking One-Liner
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Pre-Asskicking One-Liner: In an earlier issue, Sabretooth had Jubilee pinned and asked if she had any last words. Her response was too tiny to read, even with a magnifying glass...
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Orgy of Evidence
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Orgy of Evidence: In X-Men Noir, Tommy Halloway/the Angel investigates the murder of Jean Grey, which was clearly done with Wolverine Claws. When he finds the missing X-Man, Anne-Marie Rankin, he's suspicious because she pointed him in the direction of Captain Logan almost immediately after they met. Halloway manages to figure out it couldn't be Logan very quickly, leading to the obvious conclusion that Rankin's trying to frame him - and since Logan's neko de aren't too hard to come by if you know where to look, she likely killed Jean herself.
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Tangled Family Tree
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Tangled Family Tree: The Summers family is a massive Continuity Snarl to itself, and is so convoluted that at this point Scott Summers may in fact be his own grandfather. No fewer than four characters in the main continuity of the X-Men comics can be said to be the child of Scott Summers, only one of whom (Cable) was actually born during the timeline of the main Marvel Universe, and none of whom are more than about ten years younger than their parents (including Cable, who is, due to the massive amount of Time Travel in his backstory, at least ten years older than his parents). Add to that Scott's brother Alex, their long-lost father (the space pirate Corsair), and the supervillain-ruler-of-a-galactic-empire Third Summers Brother (Vulcan), and the whole thing is just one big mess. Ironically, Scott started out as an orphan with no known family.
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Bad Future
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The recurring nature of world-smashing conflicts initiated by mutant villains (and sometimes heroes), combined with the fact that most of the alternate future timeline's we have seen are of the Bad Future variety could leave a reader with a sense that the anti-mutant crowd makes sense. The writers seem to revel in the notion that the rise of mutants is setting the world on a path to a horrific future, and yet it is still supposed to be seen as a positive thing. On the other hand, a few of the truly bad timelines (think Days of Futures Past here) have been the result of muggles attempting to exterminate mutants, so it seems like the future is screwed either way.
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Super-Power Meltdown
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Super-Power Meltdown: A common problem for newly-manifested mutants, who typically have no idea that they are mutants, no prior knowledge of what their powers may be and are frequently teenagers or younger. Also tends to happen to those suffering from severe psychological issues.
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Continuity Snarl: Everything from the pasts of many characters to the origin of mutants.
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Fantastic Recruitment Drive: Professor X uses the Cerebro computer to locate mutants so he can recruit them into his school.
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Absurdly Sharp Blade: Wolverine's adamantium-coated claws can cut through just about anything.
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Loves the Sound of Screaming: Sabretooth. In spades.
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Hero Killer: Nimrod, the Ultimate Sentinel from the Days of Future Past who can adapt on the fly to any mutant power and rebuild himself from total destruction and requires at least half a team of X-Men to put down. Despite this, he's never actually killed any X-Men.
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But Not Too Black
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But Not Too Black: Storm is African-American, but she has fair hair and blue eyes, which is supposed to be a mark of her royal heritage. In one issue, an unconscious (and also de-aged at the time) Storm was being examined by a doctor, who said her features came from several different races. M from X-Factor is French-African/Algerian and her skin tone has ranged wildly throughout the years, from dark caramel to "damn near white." Also, Bishop is black, but he was born in Australia and is part Aborigine, which may account for his straight hair and his lighter skin tone. His sister Shard, meanwhile, has dark skin and blond hair. And did we mention they may (or may not) be related to Storm and M, and possibly also Gateway (also Australian Aborigine) and the third Thunderbird (Indian) at the same time?
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Super Supremacist: The mutants usually have to deal with Fantastic Racism directed at themselves by humans, but some mutants conversely believe that Homo Superior was designed to rule over regular humans. Magneto, from his experiences in a Nazi concentration camp, believes that humans rightly fear mutants because mutants are their evolutionary replacements. Depending on the Writer, he believes that fear and prejudice are a product of their innate inferiority and that the inherent diversity within the mutant species would allow them to overcome said prejudices if freed from humanity's chains. He is unable to see the irony in how being a mutant supremacist makes him no better than a human supremacist. (But again, this depends on the writer.) Apocalypse is Magneto's philosophy taken to an even more frightening conclusion. Apocalypse not only believes that humans are obsolete, but also that there is no room for mutants who lost the Superpower Lottery and got Blessed with Suck. To Apocalypse, survival of the fittest is all that matters, which means that there is no difference between a Muggle and a weaksauce mutant. Both equally deserve extinction.
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Whole Plot Reference: Uncanny X-Men #143 is based on Alien. And it stars Kitty Pryde, a character that Byrne designed after Sigourney Weaver to boot. The reference was so blatant (the alien is even killed the same way), that they thought they were going to be sued.
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Psychic Glimpse of Death: Jean Grey's telepathic powers first kicked in when she and a friend were in a car accident and her friend died, causing her to experience the death mentally. That led to years of therapy with Professor Xavier. Minor villain Mr. X (not to be confused with Xavier) had his telepathy awaken in a similar manner, but he never received any help from other telepaths and developed an addiction to the sensation, becoming a serial killer.
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Psychic Block Defense
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Load-Bearing Hero
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Load-Bearing Hero: Colossus.
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Greater Need Than Mine
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Greater Need Than Mine: When Rogue first joined the team, and was mortally injured, Wolverine forced her to absorb his powers, despite his own injuries, and the fact that 25 pages/half a day earlier, Wolverine literally wanted to kill her himself. Her noble sacrifice on behalf of Wolvie, and more important Wolvie's fiancee, Mariko Yashida, convinced him that she was worthy of mercy.
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Star-Crossed Lovers: Arguably, Scott and Jean classify as this to many fans.
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Army of the Ages: Inverted when Fitzroy tries to conquer the present (his past) with future sentinel technology. It finally backfires spectacularly when he opens a portal to a prison riot in the future, bringing in a horde of mutant inmates— Bishop follows.
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Leotard of Power
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Leotard of Power: Storm and Psylocke traditionally wear these, though there are several others.
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Writer on Board
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Writer on Board: With a number of his former fans now writers at Marvel themselves, Wolverine is a frequent beneficiary of this, often being written as an unstoppable badass who is always right no matter what horrible thing he does or suggests doing. It's not usually so bad when the writers instead focus on other characters, but sometimes it can be quite extreme. Wolverine went the other direction in Uncanny Avengers, where he was portrayed as a bloodthirsty idiot whose main role was being lectured at by the more "enlightened" members of the team. This, naturally, didn't satisfy many people either. As Wolverine's Opposite-Sex Clone, it's perhaps not a surprise that X-23 gets slathered with this too. Run, don't walk, away from any issue her creator Craig Kyle has penned.
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Cloning Blues: Jean Grey and Madelyne Pryor. Cable and Stryfe. Magneto and Joseph. Wolverine and X-23. Apocalypse and Genesis. Literally everyone in Jonathan Hickman's X-Men.
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As Wolverine's Opposite-Sex Clone, it's perhaps not a surprise that X-23 gets slathered with this too. Run, don't walk, away from any issue her creator Craig Kyle has penned.
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Fusion Dissonance: Bastion was originally two separate characters: Master Mold and Nimrod. The former being the leader of the Sentinel robots and the latter being an advanced Sentinel from the Bad Future of Days of Future Past's Alternate Timeline. The two of them were pushed into a mystic gate called the Siege Perilous at the exact same time and eventually reappeared as a normal-looking (albeit superpowered human) man who retained both machines' hatred for mutants.
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Magneto is the most notable example, with his power level depending heavily on which side of the Face–Heel Revolving Door he is on at any given time. As a rule, when he is being a villain he has practically unlimited power. When behaving more benignly his powers are usually dialed back substantially.
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Useless Without Powers: This happens to Storm when she loses her powers. She eventually overcame this by learning various martial arts techniques in order to compensate for her loss and become a Badass Normal for a few years real time. Afterwards when she got her powers back the experience of being depowered made her even more powerful.
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Phlegmings
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Phlegmings: Often exhibited by Wolverine, the Brood, and many others.
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Chekhov M.I.A.: Professor X went missing at the end of House of M, and couldn't be found despite the X-Men's searching. He finally reappears during Deadly Genesis, when it turns out he's been depowered (and apparently was in Scotland the whole time).
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Do Unto Others Before They Do Unto Us
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Do Unto Others Before They Do Unto Us: One of the key differences between Magneto's and Xavier's viewpoints - Magneto believes this, Xavier doesn't. There's more than one human villain who believes mutants want to wipe out all mankind, so the obvious solution is to Kill 'Em All first.
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The '70s
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"Mutant = black" was a major theme in The '70s and The '80s, now more-or-less abandoned for "mutant = gay". Legacy Virus = AIDS. Genosha started as Apartheid Era South Africa and became "Mutant Israel" once Magneto took over.
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Spider Limbs
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Super Family Team
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Super Family Team: For various related X-Men.
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Would Hit a Girl: In order to break her free of Mesmero's hypnosis and lacking any solution, Wolverine reluctantly hits Jean Grey, on the basis that since they're Not So Different her anger will bring her back to normal. It works, though Wolverine still gets the power of Phoenix thrown at him.
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All Your Base Are Belong to Us
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All Your Base Are Belong to Us: The X-Mansion used to get trashed every few years, usually by the villains (one occasion had Kitty being responsible, killing a demon with the X-Jet's engines... and taking out half the mansion in the process). After Messiah Complex, this practice has died down (especially since between 2007 and 2011 the X-Men didn't have a mansion to trash).
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Suspiciously Similar Substitute
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Suspiciously Similar Substitute: Jean Grey gained a few of these after her original death. Let's see: her daughter Rachel Grey, her clone Madelyne Pryor, and her possible reincarnation Hope Summers are all Significant Green Eyed Redheads that can manifest the Phoenix Force. Since Kitty Pryde left the team, it becomes a rule that the roster has to include one plucky teenage girl who latches onto Wolverine as a Big Brother Mentor. Over the years, the replacements have included Jubilee, Marrow, Armor, Pixie, and X-23. They shook up the tradition a bit with Marrow by making Gambit her mentor instead, but they cut out the middleman with X-23 by making her Wolverine's female clone (the closest thing to an actual little sister he's ever gonna get).
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Fanservice Model
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Fanservice Model: In an early arc the team has to go undercover in New York, and Jean Grey gets a job modelling swimsuits.
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Addiction-Powered
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Addiction-Powered: The drug Kick is a highly addictive power-booster that works only on mutants. It's inverted when it's revealed that it comes from the sentient bacteria Sublime, making its mutation to be an addictive power source.
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Flight of Romance
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Flight of Romance: This trope is taken to a extreme when Angel has sex with Husk in mid air in front of her mother, Nightcrawler, and several other people.
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Girlfriend in Canada
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Girlfriend in Canada: In the first Heroic Age one-shot, Beast gets stood up on a date. When he mentions this to Molly Hayes of the Runaways, she makes a joke about imaginary Canadian girlfriends, but Beast is quick to correct that his girlfriend is actually from space, which doesn't help his credibility in Molly's eyes. (She's real.)
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Improvised Lockpick
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Improvised Lockpick: Gambit does this while trapped by Cameron Hodge. He is hanging by his hands trapped in manacles and frees himself by curling up, using his teeth to pull out a metal spike that had been shot through his leg, and using it as a lockpick — with his feet.
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Running Gag
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Running Gag: During Astonishing X-Men, Wolverine's obsession with beer. It actually becomes a plot point: a can of beer falls on his head and snaps him out of his mental reversion to James Howlett.
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Canon Immigrant
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Canon Immigrant: The Mutant Response Division, a government organization devoted to imprisoning mutants, started off in Wolverine and the X-Men, making the transition in 2010 due to Bastion's evil scheme.
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Beware the Nice Ones
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Beware the Nice Ones: Storm, Nightcrawler, Cannonball, Colossus, Shadowcat, Beast, and most notably Jean Grey, are all pretty nice people, in spite of their lives being one big Trauma Conga Line. But don't push it... Cyclops used to be this, but too many people pushed him too far too many times, and, well...
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Depending on the Writer
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Omega Mutants have a single, dominant power with an undefinable upper-limit of that power's specific classification, meaning that power cannot be surpassed by any measurable degree. For example, Forge is the best mutant engineer alive but his power has been surpassed by the likes of Mr. Fantastic and Iron Man. Magneto's ability to manipulate magnetic forces has not and cannot be, thus he is an Omega Mutant. No firm definition had been offered in comics until Jonathan Hickman's X-Men gave the above explanation, previously leading to a ton of Depending on the Writer.
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Gondor Calls for Aid
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Gondor Calls for Aid: During the Juggernaut's first appearance, Professor X called in the Human Torch for help.
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Memory Jar
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comment
Memory Jar: The Shi'ar gave Jean's family a crystal ball full of their and other people's memories of Jean after she saved the universe, but before the Dark Phoenix Saga.
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HeroesWantRedheads
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Heroes Want Redheads: It's gotten less frequent since Joe Quesada became editor-in-chief, though.
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Boarding School / int_1bdeba5a
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Brains and Brawn / int_1bdeba5a
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Broad Strokes / int_a46c9a7a
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Broken Ace / int_1bdeba5a
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hasFeature
Brought Down to Badass / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Brought to You by the Letter / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Bruiser with a Soft Center / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Bullet Dodges You / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Bumbling Sidekick / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Bump into Confrontation / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Busman's Holiday / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
But Not Too Black / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
C-List Fodder / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cain and Abel / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cain and Abel and Seth / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Call-Forward / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Calling Parents by Their Name / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Calling Your Attacks / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Came Back Wrong / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Can Only Move the Eyes / int_4b7dea3a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Canis Latinicus / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cannot Tell a Joke / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Canon Welding / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Can't Argue with Elves / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Can't Have Sex, Ever / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Can't Un-Hear It / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cape Busters / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cape Snag / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Captain Ersatz / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Captain Ethnic / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Caption Humor / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cardiovascular Love / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Care-Bear Stare / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Caring Gardener / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Carpet of Virility / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cartesian Karma / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cast Herd / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cast of Snowflakes / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cast Speciation / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Casual Danger Dialog / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cat Folk / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Catch and Return / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Category Traitor / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Category Traitor / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Catholic School Girls Rule / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Caught Up in the Rapture / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Censor Steam / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Changing Clothes Is a Free Action / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Character Focus / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Character-Magnetic Team / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Character Witness / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Characterisation Click Moment / int_1bdeba5a
 CharlesAndEmma
seeAlso
X-Men (Comic Book)
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Charm Person / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Chastity Couple / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cheated Angle / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cheerful Child / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Chekhov's Boomerang / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Chess Motifs / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Chest Blaster / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Chest Insignia / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Chickification / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Childhood Friends / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Christianity Is Catholic / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Chrome Champion / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Chronic Backstabbing Disorder / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Church Militant / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Circles of Hell / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
City of Adventure / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Civvie Spandex / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Clap Your Hands If You Believe / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Clash of Evolutionary Levels / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Clip Its Wings / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cloning Gambit / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Clothes Make the Legend / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Clothing Damage / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Clueless Aesop / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cock Fight / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Collective Identity / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Colony Drop / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Color Character / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Color Character / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Colossus Climb / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Combat Medic / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Combined Energy Attack / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Combo Platter Powers / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Comes Great Responsibility / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Comic-Book Fantasy Casting / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Compelling Voice / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Complaining About Rescues They Don't Like / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Computer = Tapedrive / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Conditioned to Accept Horror / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Conflict Killer / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Conqueror from the Future / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Conspicuous Gloves / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Conspicuous Trenchcoat / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Containment Clothing / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Continuity Nod / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Convenient Enemy Base / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Convenient Terminal Illness / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Conveniently Coherent Thoughts / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cool and Unusual Punishment / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cool Gate / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cool Helmet / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cool House / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cool Old Guy / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cool Shades / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cool vs. Awesome / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Copied the Morals, Too / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Corrupt Church / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Corrupt Politician / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Corrupted Character Copy / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Costumer / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Covert Group with Mundane Front / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Crash-Into Hello / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Crazy Jealous Guy / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Creative Sterility / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Creepily Long Arms / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Creepy Cockroach / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Crime of Self-Defense / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Crimefighting with Cash / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Crooks Are Better Armed / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cross Through / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cruel and Unusual Death / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cruel Mercy / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cruel Twist Ending / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cry Laughing / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cultural Translation / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Culture Equals Costume / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cultured Warrior / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cunning Linguist / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cure Your Gays / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Curtains Match the Window / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Custom Uniform / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Custom Uniform of Sexy / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cut His Heart Out with a Spoon / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cute, but Cacophonic / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cute Monster / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cute Monster Girl / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cynicism Catalyst / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Cypher Language / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Daddy's Girl / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Daddy's Little Villain / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Danger Room Cold Open / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dangerous Workplace / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dangerously Short Skirt / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dark Action Girl / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dark-Skinned Blond / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Darwinist Desire / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dashing Hispanic / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dateless Grave / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dating What Daddy Hates / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Daydream Believer / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Deadly Dust Storm / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Deadly Force Field / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Deadly Gaze / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Deadly Hug / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Deadly Upgrade / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Death-Activated Superpower / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Death by Origin Story / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Death of the Hypotenuse / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Death Trap / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Death World / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Debut Queue / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Decadent Court / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Decapitation Required / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Deconstruction / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Defacement Insult / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Defeat by Modesty / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Defence Mechanism Superpower / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dehumanization / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Deliver Us from Evil / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Delusions of Doghood / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Department of Child Disservices / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Depleted Phlebotinum Shells / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Depraved Bisexual / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Designated Girl Fight / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Designer Babies / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Detect Evil / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Deus Exit Machina / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
DeviantArt Recommendations / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Diabolus ex Machina / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Did You Just Have Sex? / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Die or Fly / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Digging Yourself Deeper / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dimension Lord / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dinner and a Show / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dirt Forcefield / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dirty Communists / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dirty Cop / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dirty Mind-Reading / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Disappointed by the Motive / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Discard and Draw / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dishing Out Dirt / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dismotivation / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Disposable Sex Worker / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Disposable Vagrant / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Disposable Woman / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Distinguished Gentleman's Pipe / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Distinguished Gentleman's Pipe / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Do Not Do This Cool Thing / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Do Not Spoil This Ending / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Domain Holder / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Don't Look at Me! / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Don't Try This at Home / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Doomed Contrarian / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Doppelgänger Gets Same Sentiment / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Doppelgänger Replacement Love Interest / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Double Standard: Rape, Female on Male / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dr. Genericius / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dragon Lady / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dragon Rider / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dramatic Gun Cock / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dramatis Personae / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dreadlock Rasta / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dreadlock Warrior / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dream Walker / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Drinking Game / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Drone Deployer / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dropped Glasses / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Drowning My Sorrows / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Drugs Are Bad / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dry Docked Ship / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Duel to the Death / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dungeon Bypass / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Dye Hard / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
EMP / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Early Installment Character Design Difference / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Easter Egg / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Easy Come, Easy Go / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Eat Me / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Eating Lunch Alone / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Eating the Eye Candy / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Egocentric Team Naming / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Elaborate Underground Base / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Elaborate University High / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Electronic Eyes / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Elemental Armor / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Elemental Powers / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Elemental Shapeshifter / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Elephant in the Living Room / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Elevator School / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Elite Four / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Eloquent in My Native Tongue / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Embarrassing First Name / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Embarrassing Tattoo / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Emotionless Girl / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Empathic Shapeshifter / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Empathy Doll Shot / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Empathy Pet / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Empty Piles of Clothing / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Empty Shell / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Endless Winter / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Enemy to All Living Things / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Enemy to All Living Things / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Energy Absorption / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Energy Beings / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Enigmatic Minion / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Ensemble Cast / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Enthusiasm vs. Stoicism / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Entitled Bastard / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Equal-Opportunity Evil / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Escaped from the Lab / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Escapist Character / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Estrogen Brigade / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Even Evil Can Be Loved / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Even the Guys Want Him / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Every Episode Ending / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Every Man Has His Price / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Everyone is a Super / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Everyone Went to School Together / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Evil Brit / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Evil Costume Switch / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Evil Costume Switch / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Evil Feels Good / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Evil, Inc. / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Evil Is Burning Hot / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Evil Is Not a Toy / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Evil Is Sexy / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Evil Matriarch / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Evil Overlord / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Evil Sorcerer / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Evil Twin / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Evil Uncle / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Eviler Than Thou / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Evolutionary Levels / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Executive Veto / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Expansion Pack Past / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Exposed to the Elements / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Extra-Dimensional Shortcut / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Extra-ore-dinary / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Extranormal Institute / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Extremely Protective Child / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Eyeless Face / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Eyes Do Not Belong There / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Face Framed in Shadow / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Face Full of Alien Wing-Wong / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Faeries Don't Believe in Humans, Either / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fainting Seer / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fairy Tale Episode / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fake Boobs / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fake Crossover / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fake Weakness / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Faking the Dead / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Familiar / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Family Extermination / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Family-Unfriendly Aesop / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Famous Ancestor / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Famous-Named Foreigner / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fan Boy / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fan-Disliked Explanation / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fanservice Pack / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fanfic Fuel / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fanservice Model / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fantastic Aesop / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fantastic Ghetto / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fantastic Romance / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fantastic Slurs / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fantastic Terrorists / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
/ int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Farm Boy / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Farmer's Daughter / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fashion Model / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Faster Than They Look / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fat and Proud / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Faux Symbolism / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fauxreigner / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Feather Flechettes / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Feed It with Fire / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Feel No Pain / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Feeling Oppressed by Their Existence / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Feet-First Introduction / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Female Gaze / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Femme Fatale Spy / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fetal Position Rebirth / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fetus Terrible / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fiction 500 / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fiction 500 / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Filler / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Final Solution / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Finger Firearms / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Finger Snap Lighter / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fire and Brimstone Hell / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fire-Breathing Weapon / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fire/Ice Duo / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fire, Ice, Lightning / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
First Girl Wins / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
First Kiss / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
First Law of Resurrection / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Five-Token Band / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Flash Step / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Flashy Teleportation / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Flat-Earth Atheist / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Flechette Storm / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Flesh Golem / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Flight of Romance / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
/ int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Flying Firepower / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Follow the Chaos / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Foot Popping / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
For Science! / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Force Feeding / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Forced to Watch / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Foreign Cuss Word / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Forgot About His Powers / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Forgot About the Mind Reader / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Forgot the Call / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Forgotten Phlebotinum / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Form-Fitting Wardrobe / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fountain of Youth / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Four Lines, All Waiting / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fourth-Wall Mail Slot / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Frame Break / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Frame-Up / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Franchise Original Sin / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
French Jerk / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
French Maid Outfit / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Friend to All Children / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Friendly Tickle Torture / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
From a Single Cell / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Frozen in Time / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fun Personified / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fun Size / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Funetik Aksent / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Funny Robot / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Fusion Dissonance / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Futile Hand Reach / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Future Badass / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Future Imperfect / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Future Slang / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gadgeteer Genius / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gainax Ending / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Game of Chicken / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Game of Nerds / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gang of Hats / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gangland Drive-By / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Geek Reference Pool / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Geeky Turn-On / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gemstone Assault / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gender Bender / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gender Flip / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
General Failure / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Generation Xerox / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Genetic Engineering Is the New Nuke / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Genghis Gambit / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Genius Book Club / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Genius Cripple / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Genki Girl / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Genocide Dilemma / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Genocide from the Inside / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Genre Roulette / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gentle Giant / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gentleman and a Scholar / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gentleman Thief / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
George Lucas Altered Version / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Germanic Depressives / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Get Back in the Closet / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Get Your Mind Out of the Gutter / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Giant Corpse World / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Giant Equals Invincible / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Girl of My Dreams / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Give Me Back My Wallet / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Given Name Reveal / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Glass-Shattering Sound / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Go-Go Enslavement / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Go-Karting with Bowser / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Goal-Oriented Evolution / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
God Save Us from the Queen! / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gods Need Prayer Badly / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Going Cosmic / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Going to Give It More Energy / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Goldfish Poop Gang / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gone Horribly Wrong / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gonk / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Goo Goo Godlike / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Good Cop/Bad Cop / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Good Costume Switch / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Good Hurts Evil / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Good Powers, Bad People / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Good Thing You Can Heal / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gorgeous Gorgon / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gosh Dang It to Heck! / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gossipy Hens / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Got the Call on Speed Dial / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Got the Whole World in My Hand / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gotta Kill Them All / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Grade-School C.E.O. / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Grand Theft Me / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Gratuitous Ninja / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Grave Humor / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Great Gazoo / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Greater Need Than Mine / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Greek Letter Ranks / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Green Rocks / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Green-Skinned Space Babe / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Grew Beyond Their Programming / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Groupie Brigade / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Guardian Entity / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Guardian of the Multiverse / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Guile Hero / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Guinea Pig Family / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Guys Smash, Girls Shoot / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Half the Man He Used to Be / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hall of Mirrors / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hand Blast / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hand-or-Object Underwear / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Handy Feet / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hangover Sensitivity / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hard Light / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hard Truth Aesop / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Harmless Electrocution / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Harmless Freezing / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Have You Tried Not Being a Monster? / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Having a Blast / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Head Pet / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heal It with Fire / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Healing Hands / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heart Is an Awesome Power / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heart Trauma / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heavenly Blue / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heel–Face Brainwashing / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heel–Face Door-Slam / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hegemonic Empire / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hello, Attorney! / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Helmets Are Hardly Heroic / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Henshin Hero / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hermaphrodite / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hero Stole My Bike / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heroes Gone Fishing / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heroes Gone Fishing / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heroes Unlimited / int_1bdeba5a
 HeroesWantRedheads
seeAlso
X-Men (Comic Book)
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heroic Build / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heroic Host / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Heroic Neutral / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hidden Agenda Villain / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
High-Heel–Face Turn / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
High School A.U. / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Historical Character's Fictional Relative / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hitler's Time Travel Exemption Act / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hoist Hero over Head / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Holier Than Thou / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Holier Than Thou / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hollywood Density / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hollywood Homely / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hollywood Law / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Holodeck Malfunction / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Holy Burns Evil / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Holy Water / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Homage Shot / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Home Run Hitter / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Honorary True Companion / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hooker with a Heart of Gold / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Horrifying the Horror / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Horsemen of the Apocalypse / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hospital Hottie / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hot as Hell / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hot-Blooded Sideburns / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hot Teacher / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hour of Power / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
How Do I Shot Web? / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Huge Guy, Tiny Girl / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Human Ladder / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Human Pincushion / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Human Shield / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Human Snowman / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Humanity Is Infectious / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Humans Are Cthulhu / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Humans Are Psychic in the Future / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Humans Are Special / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hunter of His Own Kind / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hunting the Most Dangerous Game / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hurricane of Aphorisms / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hyper-Destructive Bouncing Ball / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hyperspace Is a Scary Place / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hypocritical Heartwarming / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Hypothetical Casting / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Always Wanted to Say That / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Am a Monster / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Am Not Left-Handed / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Am What I Am / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Believe I Can Fly / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Cannot Self-Terminate / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Choose to Stay / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Have Your Wife / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Kiss Your Foot / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Knew It! / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Love Nuclear Power / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Love You Because I Can't Control You / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Shall Taunt You / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I Was Just Joking / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Iconic Outfit / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Iconic Sequel Character / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Iconic Sequel Outfit / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Identical Grandson / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Identical Stranger / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Identity Absorption / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Identity Amnesia / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Idiosyncratic Cover Art / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Idiosyncratic Cover Art / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Idol Singer / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
If You Ever Do Anything to Hurt Her... / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
I'm Your Biggest Fan / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Imaginary Enemy / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Immortal Immaturity / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Immortal Life Is Cheap / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Immortality Immorality / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Immune to Bullets / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Immune to Drugs / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Immune to Mind Control / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Imported Alien Phlebotinum / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Impossibly Cool Clothes / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Impossibly-Low Neckline / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Improbable Hairstyle / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Improvised Lockpick / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
In a Single Bound / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
In the Blood / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
In the Past, Everyone Will Be Famous / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Inconsistent Coloring / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Incorruptible Pure Pureness / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Ineffectual Loner / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Inevitable Waterfall / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Infernal Retaliation / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Inspector Javert / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Instant A.I.: Just Add Water! / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Instant Armor / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Instant Awesome: Just Add Mecha! / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Instant Ice: Just Add Cold! / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Intangibility / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Intellectual Animal / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Internal Homage / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Interrupted Cooldown Hug / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Interstellar Weapon / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Intoxication Ensues / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Introdump / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Invincible Boogeymen / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Ironic Name / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Istanbul (Not Constantinople) / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
It Is Beyond Saving / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
It's Always Mardi Gras in New Orleans / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
It's the Only Way to Be Sure / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Jacob Marley Warning / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Jedi Mind Trick / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Jekyll & Hyde / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Jerkass Ball / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Jerkass Has a Point / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Joker Jury / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Journey to the Center of the Mind / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Jurisdiction Friction / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Just Eat Gilligan / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kevlard / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kid Hero / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kids Play Matchmaker / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kill 'Em All / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kill It Through Its Stomach / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kiss of Life / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Klingon Promotion / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Knockback Slide / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Knockout Gas / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kryptonite Is Everywhere / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kubrick Stare / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kudzu Plot / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kung Fu-Proof Mook / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Kung-Shui / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
LGBT Fanbase / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
La Résistance / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lack of Empathy / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lady of Black Magic / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lame Pun Reaction / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Landing in Someone's Bathtub / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Last Breath Bullet / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Last Fertile Region / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Last Minute Hookup / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Late-Arrival Spoiler / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Late Character Syndrome / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lawyer-Friendly Cameo / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Left Stuck After Attack / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Legion of Doom / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
LEGO Genetics / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lensman Arms Race / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Less Embarrassing Term / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Let X Be the Unknown / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Let's Have a Cèilidh / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Levitating Lotus Position / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Life Drinker / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Light Is Good / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Like Cannot Cut Like / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Like Father, Unlike Son / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Limited-Use Magical Device / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Literal Disarming / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Literal Split Personality / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Literally Shattered Lives / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Little Bit Beastly / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Little Miss Badass / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Living Distant Ancestor / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Living Forever Is Awesome / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Living MacGuffin / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Living Memory / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Living Ship / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Living Statue / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Load-Bearing Hero / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Loads and Loads of Characters / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Locked into Strangeness / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Logical Weakness / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Long Bus Trip / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Long-Lived / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Long-Lost Relative / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Look-Alike Lovers / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Losing a Shoe in the Struggle / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Losing Your Head / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lost in Imitation / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lost Roman Legion / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lotus-Eater Machine / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lotus-Eater Machine / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lovable Jock / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Love Dodecahedron / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Love to Hate / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Love Transcends Spacetime / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lovecraft Country / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lower-Class Lout / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Loyal to the Position / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Luckily, My Powers Will Protect Me / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Lying Creator / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
MacGuffin Guardian / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
MacGyvering / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Machine Empathy / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mad Oracle / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Magic A Is Magic A / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Magic Genetics / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Magical Defibrillator / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Make Them Rot / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Make Way for the New Villains / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Male Might, Female Finesse / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Malt Shop / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Man on Fire / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Many Spirits Inside of One / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Marked Change / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Married in the Future / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Martyr Without a Cause / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mass Super-Empowering Event / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Massive Numbered Siblings / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Master of Illusion / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Master of Unlocking / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Master Race / int_1bdeba5a
 Mastermind
seeAlso
X-Men (Comic Book)
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Matzo Fever / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Maurice Chevalier Accent / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mayfly–December Romance / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
McNinja / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Meganekko / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mêlée à Trois / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Melting-Pot Nomenclature / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Memetic Loser / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Memory Gambit / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Memory Jar / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mental Affair / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mentor Occupational Hazard / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Merlin Sickness / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Messianic Archetype / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mind over Manners / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mind over Matter / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mind Virus / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Minidress of Power / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mirrored Confrontation Shot / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Mis-blamed / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Missed the Call / int_a46c9a7a
 X-Men (Comic Book)
hasFeature
MockGuffin / int_1bdeba5a
 X-Men (Comic