Appearing in "X Men, Part 4"Edit
- The Angel (Tom Halloway)
- The Angel (Robert Halloway) (Only appearance; dies)
- X Men
- The Brotherhood (Disbands)
- Sebastian Shaw (Death)
- Jean Grey (Death) (First revealed as a Jean Grey not Anna-Marie Rankin)
- Anna-Marie Rankin (Deceased)
- Warren Worthington III (Only in flashback) (Corpse)
- Director Fred Duncan (Mentioned)
Synopsis for "X Men, Part 4"Edit
Magnus confronts Anne-Marie on the roof of the police station, but she kills him. The Angel realises that she is really Jean Grey, who killed the real Anne-Marie Rankin and took her place, because she wanted to avoid being studied by Xavier or exploited by Magnus. She says she knows Tommy cannot kill, but Angel reveals that he is Robert Halloway, Tommy's twin brother, and pushes them both off the roof. Cyclops and Tommy commiserate, before getting on Logan's boat and heading to Madripoor.
Appearing in "The Sentinels, Chapter Four: E is for Extinction"Edit
- Steven Lang
- Breeders Council
Synopsis for "The Sentinels, Chapter Four: E is for Extinction"Edit
Bastion and his Sentinels raided the muties' lair, killing Dr. Lang and Rachel. Nimrod decided to use the Phoenix Bomb to destroy the Breeders Council for good. Driving on rail with Callisto to deliver it right under the Council through the muties' tunnels, Nimrod killed Bastion and set the Bomb to 'Extinction' before escaping with Callisto. New New New York and the muties' tunnels are destroyed in the nuclear holocaust, leaving a flaming effigy of a phoenix. Nimrod and Callisto are the only ones to survive the devastation. Though, the two concluded that there is hope to rebuild civilization by combining Sentinel and mutie genes "the old fashioned way".
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Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks
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