Sorry, I couldn't find anything specific about Neo. In X-Men #106 Domina said about "countless generations" of Neo, but nothing more.
But I would try to remember some other mutants from past centuries.
I eventually started to read X-Men: Apocalypse vs. Dracula (best name ever, and without using "Return", "Nazi" or "Zombies" in the title). The Clan Akkaba members of Rome, Mayflower and French Revolution are also good examples of unnamed mutants (active blood of Apocalypse=mutants, right?).
Also, do not hesitate to change the chapterization if you have ideas (or we can discuss it here, it will save us the trouble of correcting one each other.
Currently, I have trouble dealing with the late 16th-early 20th mutants sections, as
-some characters are well badly dated (Cyber, Ogun, Bogan, Candra) (I won't mentioning older Externals)
-others are too, but in a more restricted area (Mystique, Creed, Logan, John Howlett)
-some stories will be hard to split up (The Akkabas were splitable in the article, but the origin of the Dark Sisterhood seems a block to me, at least for now)
So, I have changed the order (and consequently what's inside), but if you have any idea for reorganize the article...
Well, I tried to find something more accurate about Candra, but nothing. Each time she just mentions "centuries of life", and "earlier eras". However from Gambit vol 1 #1 it seems that she and Gideon have known each other for a long time, perhaps Candra is as old as he.
I found the name of Laslo Magzel (Earth-616), but I haven't found the issues in my collection nor in my comic book store (and I suppose the mention of him being an External is nothing more than speculation).
Well, in the story arc, only WM #14 presents him as a mutant,.
From the Atlas, nothing more than presumably between 13 and 18th. There is just nothing.
I will ask Handbooks writers for that.
I added him, but I had to merge back two categories to make him fit, and I had to move the post-Medieval section to "From Rennaissance to late 18th centuries". It fits with Columbus discovering America while Gideon was dying/resurrecting/activating in the hold of his ship, and I doubt the Proto mutants would see themselves as post-Medievals given their life and end.
Well, "between 13 and 18th centuries" is more than nothing.
I thought about Amahl Farouk/Shadow King, he is also very old, but his only dated appearance that I remembered was in 1936, maybe you know something else?
Well, Amahl seems to be a mutant, while Shadow King apparently is something like Phoenix Force, which possess others.
And about Black Womb Project - I found some info about Irene Adler and Mystique, will try to find more.
-Anyone active during WWII was at least born in 1930 (like Magneto).
Good point, is Toro a mutant still? Or re-retconned to be Inhuman?
Aaaah Destiny, I had forgot she was supposed to be old (already old during 50's (or when the flashback of Black Womb in Endangered Species happened)).
Retconned. He went from Latent mutant activated by a robot on fire to inhuman descendant activated by a robot on fire (but not based on Terrigenesis) and then activated again by the T-Cloud. We could add him as part of the mutant presence but better stay focused on actual mutants for now maybe, and then expand to Mutant History ? Among the WWII, we have (true) mutants Namor, Firestar, Stonewall, Supersabre, Crimson Commando, Cyber, Wolverine, Scalphunter. None among the Nazis, except for N2 ?
I'm stupid, I had removed from my scope both Namora and Namorita because they were pre-1900 (and I had their info...). Same for Ana Soria, I worked on her case not that long ago.
The quote about Amhal Farouk is of him or of Shadow King, that change the deal...
I removed the Maximoff twins, as they're currently controversial. But when I read Uncanny Origins, their origins are really blurry.
There is so much I had forgot in your list (starting with the Whizzer family). I added Scalphunter and N2 from Weapon X.
I did not find any interesting way to put the twentieth century. A post-WWII seems a good idea, but before, we're stuck with blurry datation...
I'm trying to find information about the birth of Omega Red, here said that he was born in the 1940's but I can't find any evidence. Apparently it simply based on the fact that in 1960's he was turned into Omega Red, but I can't find even that date. Can you help?
Omega Red was created at the same time, when the Team X evacuated double agent Janice Hollenbeck that has been shown in X-Men Vol 2 #5. Logan's entry in Wolverine: Weapon X Files #1 says that these events took place in 1968, but didn't mention Omega in it, so I don't know whether it can be considered as reference.
Well, for most characters - I agree, sliding timescale make it impossible to set the date accurately. But for those whose history is closely connected with some historical events (Magneto, Maximoff twins, Nuclo, etc.) it is quite possible. It is also possible for those who have been placed in stasis like Omega Red.
There is also a problem concerning the heroes of the Soviet Union, like Darkstar, Vanguard, Ursa Major etc. They were definitely the heroes of the Soviet Union, but the country fell apart 25 years ago, and they have not aged at all.
At least twins have "stasis" explanation, but many others characters tied to historical events dont have even that.
Yeah, I saw it. It's actually a very interesting question, who was the first. Saul and Nicodemus seems to be the oldest, if their references is a literal.
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Hello. I have no information on whether Dream is a omega-level mutant. I just added her to the category, after reading on the page that she is omega. However, I think it is unlikely that the term was used in the novel.
You tagged People's Republic of Burunda for a move on November 27, 2011 but left no reasoning or source for the move. Please visit the article's talk page and inform us why the page needs to be moved.
For Cornelia and Burunda - it's just more simple names. Just as France is officially called the French Republic, or Russia called the Russian Federation, but the pages are France and Russia. The same with these countries.
For Immanu - I left the reference for his real name on the page.
i want to know something more , about storm , can you help me ? first : did storm a sorcerer supreme of the erath ? second : did storm wins thor, ? third : storm did wins the invisible woman ? forth: jean did wins storm ? and storm weather control it's more than that of Thor ?
thanks, if you have give me a picture please about storm , thanks so much !
Yes, the cover is incorrect, but it will be simpler to use the "Upload a newer version of this file" link and fix it later, rather than delete it and reupload it. We should have the correct cover online soon.
I will admit, it has been a hard textless cover to find. It is some fill in artist and I can't find much of his work up anywhere.I may just tweak the regular cover a bit and upload it as the textless so it isn't as confusing.