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- Hey, I know what's going on here, no one gets it more than me. When it happened to the dinosaurs -- they didn't see it coming. They didn't have the intellect or capacity to understand it. But you do. You're watching it happen and it stings like a bitch. If the roles were reversed I don't know what I'd do.
Appearing in the 1st StoryEdit
- Commander Wolverine (James Howlett) (Appears in flashback and main story)
- Captain Scott Summers
- Dr. Emma Frost-Summers
- Alison Blaire (First appearance)
- Simon Williams (First appearance)
- Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers) (First appearance as Captain Marvel)
- Agent Lucas Bishop (First appearance)
- Detective Sam Wilson (First appearance)
- Ms. Katherine Pryde
- Human Resistance (First appearance)
- Bob Reynolds (First appearance)
- Dr. Stephen Strange
- Dr. Henry McCoy (First appearance)
- Dr. Henry Pym
- Queen Ororo Munroe (First appearance)
- Steve Rogers (First appearance) (Cameo)
- Janet van Dyne (First appearance)
- Red Guard (First appearance)
- Sentinel (First appearance)
- Remy (First appearance)
- King Namor McKenzie (Mentioned)
- Piotr Rasputin (First appearance) (Cameo)
- Tony Stark (Mentioned)
- The Void (Mentioned)
- Various unidentified students in Ms. Pryde's class
- House of M
Synopsis for the 1st StoryEdit
This story shows the roles of characters in house of M:
Steven Rogers is an old man who didn't get frozen in suspended animation in WWII; Scott Summers and Emma Frost have been happily married for a while and Emma is in charge of working with children such as Franklin Richards, who's parents died in a rocket crash; Dazzler has her own show on which she asks Wonder Man about the world's most popular homo sapien super hero, Ms. Marvel. Meanwhile Captain Marvel battles and defeats Gambit, a common mutant thug who gets arrested in front of a sentinel statue; Kitty Pryde teaches her class about the first mutant - Namor, the sub-mariner; Detective Sam Wilson goes to Hell's Kitchen to talk to Luke Cage about the attack on Wilson Fisk, he is also met by Misty Knight; Robert Reynolds has repeating episodes of the Void, endangering his son at one point and is receiving therapy from Doctor Strange, not a master of mystic arts; Colossus is a farmer in Russia; Dr. Henry McCoy is an employee of the most successful homo sapien businessman, Tony Stark and advises Dr. Henry Pym not to try and create a cure for mutant genes. Janet van Dyne is a fashion designer currently working with Ororo Munroe. Wolverine awakes from a dream to find himself in bed with Mystique, he rushes to the roof of the building he is in and discovers he is on the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier, it is assumed he somehow remembers the real world.
- While the characters appear as their Earth-58163 counterparts here, they aren't actually those counterparts. Events here mirror similar events of Earth-58163, but are merely the product of a warped Earth-616, as opposed to the Age of Apocalypse books which were the result of a change in the timeline. James Howlett's remembrance of the true reality is the evidence of that (as opposed to the Bishop of the Age of Apocalypse reality, who had diverged from his Earth-616 counterpart when Xavier was killed).
- No trivia.
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