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The Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, also known as the Brotherhood of Mutants and the Brotherhood, is a team of comic book mutant supervillains in Marvel Comics' universe who are devoted to mutant superiority over normal humans. Their roster has varied and has included many powerful and dangerous mutants, and they have often been at odds with the X-Men, although on rare occasions they have worked alongside them, usually in order to overcome some greater evil. The original Brotherhood first appeared in X-Men #4 (March, 1964), and were created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.

Known members

Original lineup

Character Real Name Joined in Notes
Magneto Erik Magnus Lehnsherr Uncanny X-Men #4 (March 1964) Team founder;father of Quicksilver, the Scarlet Witch and Polaris
Astra unrevealed Was never seen as a participating member; Retconnned as the first recruit. Resigned prior to their first mission.
Toad Mortimer Toynbee Uncanny X-Men #4 (March 1964) Served in several incarnations of the team as both member and leader; second recruited
Quicksilver Pietro Maximoff
formerly Pietro Frank
Uncanny X-Men #4 (March 1964) Recruited third alongside the Scarlet Witch; Avenger and formerly Inhuman Royal Family member
Scarlet Witch Wanda Maximoff
formerly Wanda Frank
Uncanny X-Men #4 (March 1964) Recruited fourth alongside Quicksilver; former Avengers, West Coast Avengers and Force Works member.
Mastermind (I) Jason Wyngarde Uncanny X-Men #4 (March 1964) Former member of the Hellfire Club; Died of the Legacy Virus
Blob Fredrick J. Dukes Amazing Adventures Vo. 2 12 (May 1972) Has been in several incarnations of the team; currently depowered as a result of Decimation, repowered by the use of MGH.
Unus the Untouchable Angelo Unuscione
formerly Gunther Bain
Amazing Adventures Vo. 2 12 (May 1972) Team founder
Lorelei Defenders #15 (September 1974)
Vanisher Telford Porter Champions #17 (January 1978) Associate member


Second lineup

Founded by Magneto in Captain America Annual #4 (1977). Later known as the Mutant Force and the Resistants.

Character Real Name Joined in Notes
Burner Byron Calley Captain America Annual #4 (1977) Later became Crucible
Lifter Ned Lathrop Captain America Annual #4 (1977) Later became Meteorite
Peeper Peter Quinn Captain America Annual #4 (1977) Later became Occult
Shocker Randall Darby Captain America Annual #4 (1977)
Slither Aaron Salomon Captain America Annual #4 (1977)
Quill unrevealed Captain America vol. 1 #343 (July 1988)
Mist Mistress unrevealed Captain America vol. 1 #346 (October 1988)
Think Tank Marvin Flumm Captain America vol. 1 #346 (October 1988)
Rust Captain America vol. 1 #350 (February 1989)

Third lineup

First appeared in Uncanny X-Men #141 (January, 1981). Later became known as Freedom Force. Included the veteran member Blob.

Character Real Name Joined in Notes
Mystique Raven Darkholme Uncanny X-Men #141 (January 1981) Co-founder and team leader; served in several later incarnations
Destiny Irene Adler Uncanny X-Men #141 (January 1981) Co-founder and second in command, later killed by the Reavers.
Blob Fredrick J. Dukes Uncanny X-Men #3 Co-founder; served in several incarnations
Avalanche Dominic Szilard Petros Uncanny X-Men #141 (January 1981) Co-founder; served in several incarnations
Pyro St. John Allerdyce Uncanny X-Men #141 (January 1981) Co-founder; Died of the Legacy Virus
Rogue Anna Marie Avengers Annual #10 (1981) Later defected to the X-Men

Fourth lineup

Founded in X-Force #5 (December, 1991). Included veteran members Blob, Pyro and Toad. This group also offered membership to Portal.

Character Real Name Joined in Notes
Phantazia Eileen Harsaw X-Force vol. 1 #5 (December 1991)
Sauron Karl Lykos X-Force vol. 1 #5 (December 1991)

Fifth lineup

Founded in X-Factor #112 (July, 1995). Briefly became servants of Onslaught under the names Dark Attendants and Dark Descendants.

Character Real Name Joined in Notes
Dark Beast Henry McCoy X-Factor vol. 1 #112 (July 1995) Founder and leader; Comes from the alternate reality, Age of Apocalypse.
Fatale Pamela Greenwood (alias) X-Factor vol. 1 #112 (July 1995)
Random Marshall Evan Stone II X-Factor vol. 1 #114 (September 1995) Associate member; revealed to only be a child.
Havok Alexander Summers X-Factor vol. 1 #125 (August 1996) Defected from X-Factor to infiltrate this incarnation; was the team final leader; currently a member of the X-Men
Ever Uncanny X-Men #339 (December 1996) Apparently a former member of Gene Nation
X-Man Nate Grey X-Man #26 (April 1997) Currently deceased; from the same dimension as the Dark Beast.
Aurora Jeanne-Marie Beaubier X-Man #27 (May 1997) Former member of Alpha Flight; twin sister of Northstar

Sixth lineup

Founded in Uncanny X-Men #363 (January, 1999). Included veteran members Blob and Toad. Following the departure of Professor X they became mercenaries and were hired by Mystique.

Character Real Name Joined in Notes
Professor X Charles Xavier Uncanny X-Men #363 (January 1999) Founder and first leader of this incarnation
Mimic Calvin Rankin Uncanny X-Men #363 (January 1999)
Post Kevin Tremain Uncanny X-Men #363 (January 1999) Pyro anihilated Post when he tried to kill Senator Kelly.

Seventh lineup

Founded in X-Men #106 (November, 2000). Included veteran members Avalanche, Blob, Mystique, Post and Toad.

Character Real Name Joined in Notes
Crimson Commando II unrevealed X-Men vol. 2 #106 (November 2000) The female successor to the original; Chris Claremont forgot to name her in the issue but did so in an interview.
Sabre unrevealed X-Men vol. 2 #106 (November 2000) The successor to Super Sabre
Sabretooth Victor Creed Uncanny X-Men #388 (December 2000)
Mastermind (II) Martinique Jason Cable vol. 2 #87 (January 2001) Daughter/Successor of Mastermind (Jason Wyngarde)

Eighth lineup

Founded in New X-Men vol. 1 #146 (October, 2003). Included the veteran member Toad.

Character Real Name Joined in Notes
Xorn Kuan-Yin Xorn New X-Men vol. 1 #146 (October 2003) Leader and co-founder; impersonated Magneto; killed by Wolverine after killing Jean Grey. Returned shortly after M-Day.
Basilisk unrevealed New X-Men vol. 1 #146 (October 2003) former student of the X-Mansion; killed by Xorn
Beak Barnell Bohusk New X-Men vol. 1 #146 (October 2003) Former Exiles member and X-Men student; currently depowered as a result of Decimation.
Ernst Cassandra Nova New X-Men vol. 1 #146 (October 2003) current student of the Xavier Institute. Revealed to be Cassandra in the body of Shi'ar Superguardian Stuff in the Here Comes Tomorrow future timeline.
Esme, of Stepford Cuckoos Esme New X-Men vol. 1 #146 (October 2003) former student of the Xavier Institute; killed by Xorn
No-Girl
Martha Johansson New X-Men vol. 1 #146 (October 2003) current student of the Xavier Institute
Angel Angel Salvadore New X-Men vol. 1 #146 (October 2003) current student of the Xavier Institute; depowered as a result of Decimation

Ninth lineup

Founded in X-Men #161 (November, 2004). Included veteran members Avalanche and Sabretooth.

Character Real Name Joined in Notes
Exodus Bennet du Paris
Paris Bennett (bastardised version)
X-Men vol. 2 #161 (November 2004) former Acolytes leader.
Black Tom Cassidy Thomas Cassidy X-Men vol. 2 #161 (November 2004)
Juggernaut Cain Marko X-Men vol. 2 #161 (November 2004) mole working for the X-Men; non-mutant
Mammomax X-Men vol. 2 #161 (November 2004)
Nocturne Talia Josephine Wagner X-Men vol. 2 #161 (November 2004) mole working for the X-Men; former member of the Exiles; alternate reality daughter of Nightcrawler and the Scarlet Witch

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