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Appearing in "Utopia"Edit

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Professor X's dream of Mutants and Humans living in harmony has come true. A new police force is officiated by Jean Grey and Scott Summers while Ororo Munroe is the school Headmaster. Wolverine has become a super-terrorist due to a massive brain injury.

Appearing in "X-Punks"Edit

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Mutant Rights Legislation Act was passed, and mutants are no longer persecuted, but the poor become the new persecuted, and new champions rise from their ranks to fight for them, using the names of heroes they once admired.

Appearing in "Universe Rex"Edit

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A parallel universe where humanoid canines exist in the place of Homo-sapiens.

Appearing in "In His Professor's Secret Service"Edit

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While Valerie Cooper is president, she, Magneto, and Quicksilver are all murdered at a peace summit. The X-Men become representatives of Mutantkind, and Professor X becomes the leader of Genosha.

Appearing in "Last Man Standing"Edit

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  • Logan (First appearance)

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Gene Wars were produced out of the death or desertion of the entire team of Avengers, where the M Toxin is released into the atmosphere, killing a sixteenth of the population of the planet. Shortly thereafter, nuclear war breaks out, and Wolverine awakes having been the only person who survived. He sets out to find any other living soul on the planet.

Appearing in "The Offspring"Edit

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  • Morlocks (First appearance)
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The year 2035, an elderly Kitty Pryde leads the X-Men, with Wolverine, Gull (daughter of Archangel), Medea (daughter of Storm and Gambit), Salamander (son of Nightcrawler), Lockheed (All grown up), and Metallique (daughter of Colossus).

Appearing in "Bringing Up Baby"Edit

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Synopsis for "Bringing Up Baby"Edit

Jean and Scott worry about having a son.

Appearing in "The Big X-Change"Edit

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  • Jacko (Mentioned)
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Synopsis for "The Big X-Change"Edit

The X-Men thwart a plan to render the world barren, but end up having their genders reversed in the process, and it becomes permanent.

Appearing in "By the Maker"Edit

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Synopsis for "By the Maker"Edit

Magneto allies with the Shi'ar and Deathbird and murder Lilandra. Professor X transfers his sentience into Cerebro, and the remaining X-Men enhance their abilities to extraordinary levels utilizing Forge's final invention. Wolverine has a Hulk-like healing factor with a rage to match, Rogue's skin can't contact air without absorbing life energies for miles around her, Jubilee can level cities, Jean Grey has full Phoenix control, Colossus can control his density strength and body shape, and Storm is a sentient weather pattern.

Appearing in "D.N.A.X."Edit

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Synopsis for "D.N.A.X."Edit

Mutants are created from D.N.A. sequencing. The new X-Men consist of Sartorius (pure muscle and no skin), Gullet (an eating/digesting machine), Gristle (mutated cartilage with no bones), Neuragella (created from brain matter), and Appendix (no apparent function).

Appearing in "Project Cerebro-X"Edit

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Synopsis for "Project Cerebro-X"Edit

Professor X is missing, Cerebro has sentience, Rogue leads the team (in her 30's), alongside a embittered Nightcrawler. Corona (daughter of Sunfire), Vermin (Brit-Punk Teen who morphs into animals), and White Dwarf (super-strong, super-dense, super-intelligent 11 year old) round out the group.

Appearing in "X-Sentinels"Edit

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Synopsis for "X-Sentinels"Edit

As the X-Men aged and their bodies became unrepairable, they replaced themselves bit by bit with cybernetics until they became completely robotic with their life-essences still intact, until those wear out as well. . .

Appearing in "Back to School"Edit

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  • Six unnamed visiting mutant students of the Unity Conference

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Synopsis for "Back to School"Edit

Xavier Institute open to the public in 2028. The previous generation of X-Men all become teachers for the over populated school.

Appearing in "Freedom Force"Edit

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The original X-Men died fighting an attack by Fabian Cortez. Magneto constructs a new group, consisting of Juggernaut, the Goblin Queen, Exodus, Mystique, and Sabretooth.

Appearing in "The Magnificent Seven"Edit

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Synopsis for "The Magnificent Seven"Edit

In the final battle between them, Sentinels kill all but seven of the X-Men, (Magneto, Cyclops, Jean Grey, Wolverine, Colossus, Storm and Cable).

Appearing in "X is Enough"Edit

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Synopsis for "X is Enough"Edit

Bullpin Bits spin off of the X-Men's future.

With no explanation whether on the entry, nor on the Appendix, it is pretty clear that Rogue have had intercouse with most of the male X-Men, displaying a variety of mutant kids with the characteristic white streak of hair on top of their head.

Appearing in "Professor W's X-Men"Edit

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Synopsis for "Professor W's X-Men"Edit

Wolverine killed Professor X in a berserker rage and became paralyzed when Professor died. He becomes the leader of a new team, with Nightcrawler as his field commander, and Nocturne (daughter of Nightcrawler and the Scarlet Witch), Kitty Pryde (16 year old version), the Phoenix Force (in Colossus' empty body), Armageddon (son of Apocalypse), and Plague (embodiment of the Legacy Virus) as their team.

Appearing in "Most Wanted"Edit

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Synopsis for "Most Wanted"Edit

By 2008, some of the X-Men are dead and the rest are missing. Mutants are disappearing all over the globe. The remaining X-Men form a team consisting of Cable, Rogue (currently missing), Psylocke (currently missing), Wolverine (currently missing), Magik (losing grip on her Humanity), Jean Grey (losing grip on her Humanity), Colossus (bereft of hope after the deaths of two loves), and Angel (seven year old son of Warren Worthington III).

Appearing in "Mutants, Mutants Everywhere!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Mutants, Mutants Everywhere!"Edit

In 2030, Scott and Jean have two children, Charles and Jeannette, and are retired. Xavier is dead, and there is a lull in villains and conflicts, giving lots of free time to the entire team.

Appearing in "Apocalypse Redux"Edit

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A comet headed towards earth, and asteroids hit the ocean, causing tidal waves, nuclear heat, unbreathable air, and no daylight for years. Cerebro survived a thousand nuclear winters and gathered new mutants for a new era. Apocalypse is born again.

Appearing in "Duty Calls"Edit

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X-Men consist of two-man interplanetary teams. Jubilee and an admantium covered Wolverine patrol the rim of the Shi'ar Empire. Cable and Storm are married and patrol the inner solar system together.

Appearing in "Weapon X"Edit

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Weapon X is an international special response team that doesn't hold any allegiance to America. Composed of Israel's Sabra, Japan's Sunfire, Germany's Maverick, Canada's Flashback, Russia's Vanguard, and England's Spitfire.

Appearing in "Remnants"Edit

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Synopsis for "Remnants"Edit

Colossus, Meltdown and Chamber are the last remnants of Xavier's dreams. Sentinels realize that mutants come from normal humans and begin hunting every living being on the planet. Colossus the last X-Man was married to Rogue, but she was killed along with their children. Thor sacrifices his life to save Meltdown, and Chamber is the last of Generation X.

Appearing in "Happy Trails"Edit

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Synopsis for "Happy Trails"Edit

While Wolverine attempts to stop an alien invasion, he ends up in the year 1870 after using a time-machine.

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  1. http://www.marvunapp.com/master/earthteaz.htm : "the loss of their first child"



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