HistoryEditJean Grey was among the first of Xavier's first mutant students. Jean for most of the series was a warm hearted friendly person who when necessary stepped in and played peace maker between Cyclops and Wolverine and the rest of the team. She was in relationship with Cyclops and the 2 eventually got married. However their marriage was interrupted by Mr. Sinister and his nasty boys who wanted to kidnap them because their genes held the key to creating the perfect mutant. They were rescued by the other X-men and Mr. Sinister was nearly destroyed by Cyclops. In the 3rd season she serves as the main antagonist after being transformed into the Dark Phoenix. She is however freed from the cosmic entity and returned to being a X-men for the rest of the series.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
PowersSeemingly those of Jean Grey (Earth-616).
AbilitiesAs the only other telepath on the team besides Professor Xavier, Jean was also the only one qualified to operate the animated series' Cerebro.
Strength levelJean seemed to possess her original Marvel Girl levels of strength: She could lift and manipulate objects based on their mass, erect force fields of limited strength, and even levitate herself for short periods of time. Her telepathy was seldom utilized, but she did manage to give Juggernaut temporary amnesia and help Rogue seal the Ms. Marvel portion of her brain away, as well as serve as a psychic 'switchboard' to relay orders and keep the team in contact over distances (though she usually required Cerebro to do this).
Jean Grey seemed weak, in terms of power, when compared to her comic book incarnations, especially those who had wielded (or continued to wield) the Phoenix Force. However, if one takes into account that the universe in the show had the X-Men as being a relatively new group, her relative inexperience even as an original member makes more sense.
- Jean Grey was a character in the X-Men animated television series of the mid-1990s and was voiced by Catherine Disher.
- The Dark Phoenix saga was introduced in the third season.
- Developed for television by Larry Houston and Frank Squillace.
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