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Quote1 Four to five moments. That's all it takes to be a hero. Everyone thinks it's a fulltime job. Wake up a hero, brush your teeth a hero, go to work a hero. Not true. Over a lifetime, there are only four or five moments that really matter. Moments when you're offered a choice, to make a sacrifice, conquer a flaw, save a friend, spare an enemy. In these moments, everything else falls away, the way the world sees us, the way we-- why?!!? Quote2
-- Colossus src
 

Colossus is again a member of the X-Men and a teacher at Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters in the new timeline created by Wolverine going back to the 1970s to prevent Mystique from assassinating Bolivar Trask.[1]

Deadpool

Colossus tried on multiple occasions to bring mutant mercenary Deadpool into the X-Men, because Colossus believed Deadpool should use his extraordinary abilities for good. On one occasion, he and his X-Man trainee Negasonic Teenage Warhead tried to apprehend Deadpool and bring him to Professor X. They interrupted Deadpool as he was attacking the convoy of mutant criminal Ajax. Deadpool was furious that they allowed Ajax to escape, so he didn't go along with them.

Much later, Deadpool enlisted their assistance in rescuing his ex-girlfriend from Ajax. Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead fought off Ajax' right-hand woman, Angel Dust. They managed to defeat her together, while Deadpool was able to defeat Ajax and rescue his ex-girlfriend. Deadpool had Ajax crippled on the ground, and Colossus pleaded for Deadpool not to kill him. Deadpool killed him anyway because he found Colossus' heroic speech too long. Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead parted ways with Deadpool afterwards, with Angel Dust apprehended.

Powers

Abilities

See Peter Rasputin (Earth-10005)#Abilities

Strength level

He proved able to lift truck wheels with ease (500 kilograms) and large blocks of concrete.

Weaknesses

See Peter Rasputin (Earth-10005)#Weaknesses


  • According to Deadpool, Colossus used an unknown social network.[2]

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