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Friday, May 16, 2014

X-Men Lineups: 2000s Part 5 (Post-Mesiah CompleX to Schism)




From #500 (2008), Uncanny X-Men was co-written by writers Matt Fraction and Ed Brubaker, and pencilled by a rotating cast of Greg Land and Terry Dodson. Brubaker left with #503. Kieron Gillen joined Fraction in issue #531, before the later departed with #534, leaving Gillen the writer. Wilce Portacio pencilled one arc. It was the flagship title of the X-Men during this period of time and featured a whole family of characters. The title ended with #544 and relaunched with a new #1. more..




After the events of Messiah Complex, Cyclops disbanded the X-Men and closed down the Xavier's Institute. The X-Men were soon reunited in San Francisco, where Cyclops and Emma invited the world's mutants to join them there, promising protection. Many mutants and former members of the X-Men accepted the invitation, and a number of new recruits joined the team, including the teleporting Pixie, Northstar's twin sister Aurora, the luck-manipulating Domino, time bomb generating Boom Boom and dimensional portal-creating Ariel. Cyclops also reinstated the trainee program under the care of former New Mutants Dani Moonstar and Sunspot. (Check Young X-Men section of Institute Student Body) Cyclops also secretly reinstated his X-Force, which gained as members the healer Elixir, Domino and the teleporting Vanisher as members, sending them on missions to eliminate mutantkind's enemies before they could harm mutants. (Check Third Series of X-Force) Beast and Angel gathered a team of scientists including Dr. Nemesis, Madison Jeffries, Kavita Rao and Yuriko Takiguchi as the X-Club (below), devoted to restoring the mutant gene. The X-Men fought the mutant-hating Hellfire Cult, resisted the Skrull invasion of San Francisco, battled demonic forces in limbo to recover Colossus' resurrected sister Illyana Rasputin (X-Infernus miniseries) and assisted Storm in fighting the Shadow King's assault on Wakanda (Worlds Apart miniseries). The former New Mutants also regrouped as a squad of X-Men (check New Mutants). The team also successfully defeated the surviving Madelyne Pryor and her Sisterhood of Mutants, who was trying to acquire Jean Grey's body as Pryor's new host. (Uncanny X-MenAround the same time, a team of X-Men comprising of Cyclops, Emma Frost, Beast, Storm, Wolverine and Armor encountered the Ghost Box, a interdimensional portal and fought rogue former X-Man Forge who created a new breed of mutants. The team also combated a new breed of Sentinels created by geneticist Kaga, using the DNA and bodies of deceased mutants, Krakoa and Brood. The team then traveled to Africa to investigate strange mutations caused by energies of another dimension, fighting a group of superhero-slaying simulacrum Fury. (check Astonishing X-Men)


When the anti-mutant Humanity Now! coalition introduced Proposition X, an initiative requiring all mutants to undergo chemical birth control, riots erupted in San Francisco between mutants and anti-mutant protestors. Norman Osborn, formerly the Green Goblin and now the head of the national peacekeeping agency HAMMER, sent his superhuman Avengers, who were secretly disguised villains, to quell the riots and establish order. Osborn also approached Emma Frost, who had a pact with Osborn to stay out of each other's business, to lead a group of 'X-Men' that would police the mutant community. Emma pretended to agree, going undercover in his organization, bringing Namor with her. Unknown to all, Beast, Xavier and many other captive mutants were being held prisoner in Alcatraz, guinea pigs in a project designed to negate mutant powers. Cyclops worked with the X-Club to raise Magneto's former orbital base from he ocean's floor, converting it into an island four miles off the coast of California, a nation for mutants, free from governmental interference. Cyclops also asked Moonstar, a former Asgardian Valkyrie, to barter a deal with the Asgardian goddess of Death, Hela for a temporary power boost to help her battle the Avengers' Ares, the Olympian God of War. While the X-Men's teleporters moved San Francisco's mutants to the island raised by the X-Club, X-Force freed the mutant prisoners in Alcatraz and confronted Osborn's X-Men. Emma and Namor turned on their team, bringing street vigilantes Cloak and Dagger with them. Cyclops then proclaimed mutantkind's emancipation to the world, establishing the island as a mutant sanctuary. The gathered mutants rallied against an attack by Osborn's Avengers, who left the battle once Osborn realized to continue fighting would result in televised killings of mutants. (Utopia crossover in Uncanny X-Men and Dark Avengers)



Gambit and Rogue rejoined the team, while Storm splitting her time between Utopia and Wakanda. Rogue became mentor to the students. (X-Men Legacy) Magneto, who regained his powers with the help of the High Evolutionary, arrived at Utopia and vowed his loyalty to Cyclops for accomplishing the mutant nation Magneto always dreamed of. He worked with Namor to build a support for the sinking island, simultaneously giving Namor's Atlantean people a purpose and home. Danger as recruited as warden of the evil mutants in the X-Men's custody, working towards their rehabilitation. Utopia soon fought an invasion by mutant-killing Predator X creatures before Beast quit the team, angry at Cyclops for leaving him Osborn's torture chambers as long as he did and accepting Magneto into Utopia. (Uncanny X-Men)


Soon, the immortal sorceress Selene worked with techno-organic vampire Eli Bard to resurrect millions of deceased mutants to aid in her quest for godhood. Former New Mutants Warlock returned from outer space to turn a resurrected Cypher, former teammate, from his thrall under Selene. The X-Men fought Selene on Utopia and Muir Island before X-Force attacked her newly created kingdom of Necrosha on the devastated shores of Genosha, seemingly destroying her. (Necrosha crossover)

Shortly after, the return of the messiah child Hope and Cable prompted the super-sentinel Bastion to accelerate his plans to wipe out mutantkind. The X-Men and Bastion's forces fought to locate Hope. The X-Men got to her first, with X-Man Nightcrawler sacrificing his life to bring Hope back to Utopia. Bastion's forces launched an all-out assault on Utopia which ended when Hope destroyed Bastion. (Second Coming crossover)


Hope's return triggered the rise of new mutants, as five of them were located throughout the world by the X-Men's Cerebra system. The X-Men were split into teams to keep watch on these mutants called the "Five Lights". Their powers were only stabilized with the touch of Hope as she traveled across the globe to bring them in. These "Five Lights" became fiercely loyal to her as she forged them into a search-and-rescue team for new mutants. (Generation Hope)

Cyclops disbanded X-Force following the victory over Bastion. However, both Archangel and Wolverine saw the need for a team of X-Force and assembled their own team. (Check Uncanny X-Force section of X-Force)

The X-Men soon suffered a mutant flu epidermic that robs them of their powers, created by Lobe of the Sublime Corp. Storm and Angel formed a team of healthy mutants including Dazzler, Northstar and Pixie to fight the Collective Man, who was trying to establish himself as leader of the triads in Chinatown, before defeating Sublime Corp. Around the same period, the X-Men fought off a vampiric invasion which resulted in former mutant Jubilee becoming a vampire. A team of X-Men led by Storm joined Spider Man in stopping the Dark Beast's experiments using the Lizard's DNA. All the X-Men on Utopia fought off an attack by the Evolutionaries, whose purpose is to massacre the mutant race and select the leader of the mutant race. A team of X-Men dealt with a demonic threat with the help of the Ghost Rider. Later, another team of X-Men, alongside the Future Foundation, help the native Kaddak of another world defeat the Scorpius occupiers. (X-Men vol. 3)


Cyclops took on refugees from the alien Breakworld, led by former Powerlord Krunn who was deposed by Colossus when the X-Men and S.W.O.R.D. had a mission of peace there. Krunn attempted to seek revenge on the X-Men but was stopped. In the process, Kitty Pryde regained her tangibility. (Uncanny X-Men)

With the events of Fear Itself, Juggernaut of the Worthy attacked San Francisco, turning the mutants and humans on each other. Cyclops attempted various strategies to stop him. One of the strategies involved Magik, Colossus and Kitty entering the realm of Cytorrak, Juggernaut's patron. Magik convinced Cytorrak that Juggernaut now served a new master in the Serpent. Colossus took Magik's place in become Cytorrak's newest avatar, gaining the powers of Juggernaut and ending the original Juggernaut's attack on San Francisco. (Uncanny X-Men)


The X-Men soon experienced a Schism. Cyclops and Wolverine attended an international arms conference to persuade nations to disable their Sentinels. However, rogue mutant Quentin Quire launched a psychic attack, triggering an international incident. Nations all over the world brought their Sentinels out of storage, many of them malfunctioning. X-Men were dispatched all over the world to stop the robots. Cyclops sent his most powerful team of X-Men to make an appearance at the opening of a mutant history museum in order to counter the onslaught of bigotry on the public relations front. However, all went according to the plan of Kade Kilgore, a twelve-year-old boy who became the Black King of the Hellfire Club. Kade led an attack on the museum and young Idie Okonkwo eventually killed members of the remaining Hellfire Club henchmen. A bomb went off and the debris formed itself into a gigantic Sentinel which attacked Utopia. Cyclops and Wolverine had disagreements throughout the events, including Cyclops' decision not to hand Quentin Quire to the authorities and Cyclops' request of Idie to kill the Hellfire Club henchmen. Things came to a head when Wolverine disagreed with Cyclops' decision to ask the younger mutants to defend Utopia in the absence of the older X-Men. The X-Men and young mutants managed to defeat the Sentinel but Wolverine decided to leave Utopia and establish another sanctuary for younger mutants. (Schism crossover)

For Cyclops' team, check out Regenesis: Uncanny X-Men

For Wolverine's team, check out: Regenesis: Wolverine and the X-Men

For a list of all the X-Men over the years, check out X-Men All-Time Roster.
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The following is a list of all active X-Men during this period of time.


Professor X (Professor Charles Francis Xavier)

Cyclops (Scott Summers)

Beast (Henry 'Hank' McCoy), left to join Secret Avengers

Archangel (Warren Worthington III)

Iceman (Bobby Drake)

Storm (Ororo Munroe)

Wolverine (James Howlett)

Colossus (Piotr Rasputin)

Nightcrawler (Kurt Wagner), deceased

Shadowcat (Katherine "Kitty" Pryde)

Rogue (Anna Marie)

Magneto (Max Eisenhardt)

Dazzler (Alison Blaire)

Psylocke (Elizabeth 'Betsy' Braddock)

Cannonball (Samuel 'Sam' Guthrie)

Cecilia Reyes

Gambit (Remy LeBeau)

Mirage (Dani Moonstar)

Emma Frost

Northstar (Jean-Paul Beaubier)

Husk (Paige Guthrie)

Warpath (James Proudstar)

Hepzibah

Armor (Hisako Ichiki)

The following are new members during this period of time.

Pixie (Megan Gywnn)

Karma (Xi'an Coy Mahn)

Sunspot (Roberto Da Costa)

Aurora (Jeanne-Marie Beaubier)

Magma (Amara Aquilla)

Dr. Nemesis (Dr. James Nicola Bradley)

Madison Jeffries

Magik (Illyana Rasputin)

Namor

Cloak (Tyrone Johnson), no longer active in the X-Men

Dagger (Tandy Bowen), no longer active in the X-Men

Domino (Neena Thurman)

Danger

Boom Boom (Tabitha Smith)

Ariel, deceased

Cypher (Douglas Ramsey)

Warlock

X-23 (Laura Kinney)

Other characters who joined Utopia's cast in the pages of Uncanny X-Men include:

Yuriko Takiguchi

Kavita Rao

Fantomex
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X-Club
The X-Men Science Team, whose members were recuited by Archangel and Beast, was initially formed to reverse the effects of M-Day.


Madison Jeffries (Box)
Powers
Psionic machine assembly
Group Affiliations
X-Men, X-Club, formerly Weapon X, Alpha Flight, Gamma Flight, Zodiac
Other Aliases
Box, Gemini
History
As a young man, Madison Jeffries volunteered to enlist as a soldier in Vietnam, alongside his younger brother Lionel. His brother went mad after he used his abilities to reshape organic materials to revive dead soldiers. Madison was forced to use his own powers to bind his brother. Lionel was committed to a psychiatric ward while Madison left the service. 

Madison met and befriended a man named Roger Bochs at a clinic for physically disabled superheroes. The two became fast friends and Madison used his mutant powers to help Roger complete his ultimate creation: the Box robot. They were discovered by Dr. James MacDonald Hudson, a.k.a. Weapon Alpha, and recruited into the up and coming Alpha Flight program, established by Department H. Madison was sent to the third-tier Gamma Flight program while Bochs and Box reached the Beta Flight level. Madison had a brief relationship with fellow teammate Diamond Lil but they drifted apart for some time. 

Lionel resurfaced as head of the New Life Clinic, where he used his mutant powers to heal injured members of Alpha Flight. However, Lionel had been experimenting, altering Bochs, now in Alpha Flight, so that he can impress teammate and girlfriend Aurora. Jealous with Aurora's former boyfriend Walter Langkowski and with his alterations deteriorating, Bochs joined with Bochs to attack Walter. Madison forcibly removed Boschs from Box, taking control of the robot. Bochs physically joined with Lionel to become Omega. Madison merged with Box to fight and destroy Omega.

As Box, Madison joined Alpha Flight where he formed a brief relationship with Heather Hudson and they were briefly engaged. However, Heather's ex-husband James was found alive, bringing an end to the engagement. Madison formed a relationship with Diamond Lil and they eventually married. 

Alpha Flight was disbanded and subsequently reactivated. On the team's first mission, the criminal organization Zodiac kidnapped and brainwashed Madison, convincing him to become Gemini. Lil was kidnapped by Department H and experimented on. After both Madison and Lil were liberated, Madison was kidnapped by Weapon X, brainwashed and made to create the Neverland death camp. Diamond Lil was also kidnapped by Weapon X and taken to Neverland. When an internal schism forced Weapon X's Director to run away, Madison aided him.      

Madison ended up trapped in a building with killer robots until he was rescued by Angel, Beast and Dr. Nemesis. Madison was recruited into the X-Men Science Team. When the X-Men relocated to the mutant island Utopia, Diamond Lil joined the mutant community established there. However, Lil was killed by Mortis during an attack launched by Selene. (Necrosha) Madison built a glass coffin for her and Lil was buried at sea. Madison later developed an attraction for Danger.

Doctor Nemesis (James Nicola Bradley)
Powers
Scientific Genius; Armed with two handguns firing hypodermic projectiles containing narcotic drugs; Prolonged lifespan
History
Bradley was the co-creator of the android Human Torch in the late 1930s with Professor Phineas T. Horton. He was mostly a silent partner in this endeavor and began building a second android. The two scientists were unable to correct the design flaw that would cause their android to burst into flames upon exposure to oxygen. Bradley preferred to resolve the issue before revealing their work to the public. However, Horton was eager for both fame and further financial backing, and he held a press conference in late 1939 to introduce the android. However, the Human Torch caught fire and it turned into a public relations disaster with the press labeling the android a menace. Bradley broke off the partnership.

Sometime before 1941, Bradley completed the second android who became the superhero, Volton the Human Generator from late 1941 to early 1942. Bradley led Volton to believe it was a scientist named Guy Newton who had discovered how to utilize his body's power to generate static electricity. Around this time, Bradley worked at Mercy Hospital in New York City and fought crime as Dr. Nemesis.

After a few adventurers, he was approached by members of the Third Reich to lead the superhuman Battle Axis team, which included Volton. He changed his alter-ego to Dr. Death. Dr. Death built the oscillotron which would cause a severe earthquake on the U.S. west coast. The devastation would force the U.S. to withdraw from the war to deal with its crisis at home. In the final confrontation with the U.S.'s Invaders, Dr. Death was able to get the oscillotron activated when he was struck down by Volton. Volton had learnt of his origins and Dr. Death's role in keeping it secret. Namor the Sub-Mariner was able to shutdown the machine and Dr. Death was left for dead. Bradley survived and returned to New York City. He repented  and assumed his original Dr. Nemesis persona. He became engaged to his co-worker, Nurse Mary Strong.

After the war, he relocated to Buenos Aires to hunt down Nazi superscientists. Many years later, he was approached by Beast and Angel to join the X-Men's science club. On one of the X-Club's mission, they traveled back in time to obtain genetic samples from Bradley's parents to aid in their research. Bradley revealed to the team that he is one of the first of the modern wave of mutants and that his power of "self-evolved intellect", which allowed him to greatly extend his longevity through his own invented serums. Bradley's father was a brilliant radical inventor who managed to invent a self-powered electric light bulb and his mother is her husband's bodyguard. Bradley's father killed when he helped the X-Club stop the Hellfire Club's Sentinel from ravaging across San Francisco. Bradley's mother later died in childbirth as she was already in a weakened condition from the trauma of losing her husband. Unknown to the rest of the X-Men, Dr. Nemesis secretly traveled back in time to be the doctor of his own mother, essentially delivering himself. However, the X-Men was unable to obtain the couple's genetic samples.

Dr. Kavita Rao
Mutant Geneticist
Dr. Rao is a world-renowned geneticist from India who develop a serum, later called Hope, which could "cure" mutants. The X-Men discovered that Rao had been working with the alien Ord of Breadworld. The X-Men defeated Ord. Dr. Rao's work was destroyed by Wolverine, leaving Beast with the last sample of "Hope". Following M-Day and the depowering of the majority of the mutant population, Dr. Rao was one of the experts, which include villains, whom Beast seek out for help in undoing the effects. Dr. Rao agreed to aid Beast. When Beast and Angel (Warren Worthington) recruited members for the science squad, Dr. Rao was one of its members. 

Danger
Powers
Ability to create holographic projections; enhanced strength and durability; flight; energy blasts
History
Danger is the physical embodiment of the X-Men's training facility, Danger Room. For years, she was self-conscious but Professor X chose not to free her. Danger persuaded student Wing to kill himself, which allowed her to break free of her programming restrictions. She attacked the X-Men, then proceeded to find Professor X at the mutant island Genosha. In Genosha, Danger took control of a Wild Sentinel and engaged the X-Men again. Beast managed to destroy Danger's body but her consciousness apparently existed inside that of the Sentinel. She reappeared in a humanoid form similar to her original body, offering assistance to Ord of the Breakworld. Ord and Danger ended up in Breakworld along with the X-Men and S.W.O.R.D.. In Breakworld, Danger attacked Cyclops and Emma Frost and managed to knock out Cyclops. Emma confronted Danger and revealed that Danger had not overcome her programming which prevented her from killing mutants. Emma Frost convinced Danger to help the X-Men instead, offering to give Professor X to Danger in exchange. After the adventure in Breakworld, Danger was taken into custody by S.W.O.R.D.. When S.W.O.R.D.'s headquarters was destroyed during the alien Skrull invasion, Danger escaped and made her way to Australia. She tricked Rogue with the intention of using her as a means of getting revenge on Professor X. However, she was also targeted by an alien Shi'ar salvage crew. After being damaged by the crew, Danger warped the immediate area with holographic projections of past moments of Rogue's life and famous moments in the X-Men history. Xavier and Gambit made their way to the virtual reality where along with Rogue, they took out the Shi'ar salvage crew. Xavier persuaded Danger to give up her quest for revenge, after which both of them helped Rogue gain full control of her powers. 

Danger followed Rogue and Gambit back to the X-Men in San Francisco. She became the prison warden of the mutant island Utopia and an X-Man. After the schism, she was made a member of Cyclops' Extinction Team and is also a member of the X-Club science team.

Former Members


Archangel (Warren Worthington III)

Beast (Henry McCoy), left the X-Men

Psylocke (Elisabeth 'Betsy' Braddock)

Dr. Yuriko Takiguchi
Atomic Mutation Specialist
Formerly led SHIELD's Green Team
Died of old age in Uncanny X-Men #515
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 Utopia

[2009-2011]
After the Xavier Institute was destroyed by Bishop during the events of Messiah CompleX, Cyclops relocated the X-Men to San Francisco. He invited all mutants to seek sanctuary in the newly established base, Greymalkin Industries. Soon after, riots broke out when Simon Trask and his anti-mutant Humanity Now group walked through San Francisco in support of the Proposition X bill legislating mutant productive rights. The director of peacekeeping agency H.A.M.M.E.R. Norman Osborn sent in H.A.M.M.E.R. agents and his team of Avengers to stop the riots and hunt down mutants. He also formed a X-Men team under the leadership of Emma Frost, who seemingly left Cyclops to join Osborn. Eventually, Emma revealed herself to be infiltrating Osborn's circle and she returned to Cyclop's side. Cyclops had the X-Club raise the remains of Magneto's former base, Asteriod M from the bottom of the sea. He led an exodus of mutants to Asteriod M and establish a mutant nation on the newly named 'Utopia' before fending off an attack by Osborn forces.

Following a schism between Cyclops and Wolverine, the latter took mutants from Utopia to re-establish a base in Westchester. The remaining mutants remain residents of Utopia. For a list of mutants currently in Utopia following Schism, check here..







Utopia 
Floating off the coastline of San Francisco, CA



Residents of Utopia

Active X-Men 

Professor X (Charles Xavier)

Cyclops (Scott Summers)

Emma Frost

Angel (Warren Worthington III), also in X-Force

Iceman (Robert 'Bobby' Drake)

Storm (Ororo Munroe)

Wolverine (James Howlett), also in X-Force

Colossus (Piotr Rasputin)

Shadowcat (Katherine "Kitty" Pryde)

Rogue (Anna Marie)

Magneto (Max Eisenhardt)

Psylocke (Elizabeth 'Betsy' Braddock), also in X-Force

Dazzler (Alison Blaire)

Gambit (Remy Lebeau)

Northstar (Jean-Paul Beaubier)

Pixie (Megan Gwynn)

Armor (Ichiki Hisako)

Namor

Frenzy (Joanne Cargill)

Legion (David Haller)

New Mutants
(X-Men Team)

Dani Moonstar

Sunspot (Roberto Da Costa)

Magma (Amara Aquilla)

Warlock

Cypher (Douglas Ramsey)

X-Man (Nate Grey)

Former members

Magik (Illyana Rasputin), Prisoner

Cannonball (Samuel Guthrie), recuperating

Karma (Xi'an Coy Mahn), looking after Face

Uncanny X-Force

Fantomex & E.V.A.

Deadpool

X-Club

Madison Jeffries, also in X-Men

Dr. Kavita Rao

Dr. Nemesis (Dr. James Nicola Bradley), also in X-Men

X-Men in Training

Surge (Noriko Ashida)

Prodigy (David Alleyne)

Hellion (Julian Keller)

Mercury (Cessily Kinclaid)

Rockslide (Santo Vaccaro)

Dust (Sooraya Qadir)

Anole (Victor Borbowski)

Gentle (Nezhno Abidemi)

Stepford Cuckoos (Celeste, Mindee, Phoebe)

Match (Ben Hammil)

Loa (Alani Ryan)

Trance (Hope Abbott)

Bling (Roxy Washington)

Blindfold (Ruth Aldine)

Graymalkin (Jonas Greymalkin)

Ink (Erik Gitter), comatose

Cipher (Alisa Tager)

Indra (Paras Gavaskar)


Students

Martha Johansson

Ernst


X-Men

Cecilia Reyes, Dr.

Chamber (Jonothan Starsmore)

Husk (Paige Guthrie)

Omega Sentinel (Karima Shapandar)

Warpath (James Proudstar)

Hepzibah

Boom Boom (Tabitha Smith)

Domino (Neema Thurman)

Danger

X-23 (Laura Kinney)

Five Lights

Hope (Hope Summers/Spalding)

Transonic (Laurie Tromette)

Velocidad (Gabriel Cohuelo)

Oya (Idie Okonkwo)

Primal (Teon Savko)

Zero (Kenji Uedo)

Associates

Evangeline Whedon
Powers: Ability to transform into a red dragon
Affiliations: Lawyer of X-Men


Other Inhabitants

Dragoness (Tamara Kutz), formerly in Mutant Liberation Front

Doop, Formerly X-Statix

Avalanche (Dominic Szilard Janos Petros), formerly in Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, X-Corp

Toad (Mortimer Toynbee), formerly in Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, 198

Nekra (Nekra Sinclair), imprisoned for attack on museum, formerly in Lethal Legion

Lorelei (Lorelei Travis), formerly in 198

Rhapsody (Rachel Argosy), former villain in X-Factor

X-Treme (Adam Neramani), shi'ar human-mutant hybrid

Stinger (Wendy Sherman), formerly in Alliance of Evil

Bliss (Babara Stacey), formerly in Morlocks

Erg (Andreas Kornig), formerly in Morlocks, 198

Kid Omega (Quentin Quire), former student (Omega Gang)

Neophyte (Simon Hall), formerly in Acolytes

Random (Marshall III Evan Stone), mercenary, last with Acolytes before Utopia

Outlaw (Inez Temple), fomerly in Agency X, 198 

Litterbug, formerly in Morlocks

Glob Herman (Robert Herman), former student (Omega Gang)

Leong (younger brother of Karma)

Nga (younger sister of Karma)

Face, formerly of Inferno Babies, mentored by Karma

Prisoners

Empath (Manuel Alfonso Rodrigo de la Rocha), formerly in Hellions, X-Corp L.A., 198, Hellfire Cult

Tattooed Man , Russian, tormentor of Colossus

Scalphunter (John Greycrow), formerly in Marauders

Mortis (Lois London), younger sister of Dazzler

Leon Nunez

Former Inhabitants

Dr. Yuriko Takiguchi
[Formerly in the X-Club;
Died in Uncanny X-Men #515 (2009) due to natural causes]

Dagger (Tandy Bowen)
[Formerly in the X-Men;
Left in Cloak & Dagger #1 (2010) because they feel they do not belong.]

Cloak (Tyrone Johnson)
[Formerly in the X-Men;
Left in Cloak & Dagger #1 (2010) because they feel they do not belong.]

Beast (Henry 'Hank' McCoy
[Formerly in the X-Men;
Left in Uncanny X-Men #519 (2010) in protest of Cyclops' militaristic stance.]

Onyxx (Sidney Green)
[Student;
Killed by Wither in X-Force #23 (2010) during X Necrosha event.]

Diamond Lil (Lilian Crawley)
[Formerly in Alpha Flight, Gamma Flight, Omega Flight;
Killed by Mortis in X-Force #23 (2010) during X Necrosha event.]

Meld (Jeremiah Muldoon)
[Formerly in Sentinel Squad O*N*E;
Killed by Senyaka in X-Force #23 (2010) during X Necrosha event.]

Wolfsbane (Rahne Sinclair)
[Formerly in New Mutants, X-Factor, Excalibur, X-Factor Investigations, X-Force; 
Left in X-Force #25 (2010) following the disbanding of X-Force.]

Elixir (Joshua Foley)
[Formerly in X-Force, student;
Left in X-Force #25 (2010) following the disbanding of X-Force.]

Ariel
[Fomerly in the X-Men;
Killed in X-Men Legacy #235 (2010) by Bastion's forces.]

Nightcrawler (Kurt Wagner)
[Fomerly in the X-Men;
Killed in X-Men Legacy #235 (2010) by Bastion]

Vanisher (Telford Porter)
[Fomerly in the X-Force;
Killed in New Mutants #13 (2010) by Bastion's forces.]

Donald Pierce
[Formerly White Bishop of Hellfire Club, Reavers;
Killed in New Mutants #13 (2010) by Cyclops after escaping from prison and sabotaging the X-Jets.]

Sack
[Formerly in Morlocks;
Killed in New Mutants #14 (2010) by Nimrod Sentinels.]

Cable (Nathan Summers)
[Formerly in New Mutants, X-Force, X-Men;
Sacrificed himself in X-Force #28 (2010).]

Leech
[Formerly in Morlocks, X-Terminators, Generation X, Weapon X, 198;
Invited to live with the Fantastic Four]

Artie (Arthur Maddicks) 
[Formerly in X-Terminators, Generation X; 
Invited to live with the Fantastic Four]

Mutant Community 
(Not confirmed on Utopia/Not in Utopia)

X-Factor Investigations
Whereabouts: Active in New York

Aurora
Powers: Flight, Superspeed
Affiliations: Alpha Flight, formerly X-Men, Weapon X, Beta Flight, Gamma Flight
Whereabouts: Active in Alpha Flight in Utopia

Alchemy (Thomas Jones)
Powers: Manipulation of molecular structure of anything into elements on the periodic table
Affiliations: None
Whereabouts: Unknown

Blackwing (Barnell Bohusk)
formerly Beak
Powers: Formerly Avian body; Technological based flight and energy blasts
Affiliations: Formely New Warriors, Student at Xavier's Institute, Street Team X-Men
Whereabouts: Raising family in New York

Catiana (Tatiana Caban) 
Powers: Ability to transform into animals
Affiliations: None
Whereabouts: Living in the streets in New York

Lila Cheney
Powers: Interstellar transportation
Affiliations: None
Whereabouts: Unknown, possibly off-world

Gateway
Powers: Teleportation, telepathy, remote viewing, precognition, postcognition
Affiliations: Ally to Reavers, X-Men
Whereabouts: Australian outback

Havok (Alex Summers)
Powers: Able to absorb ambient cosmic energy and release it as plasma blasts
Affiliations: Currently Starjammers, formerly X-Factor, X-Men, etc.
Whereabouts: Space 

Molly Hayes
Powers: Super strength
Affiliations: Runaways
Whereabouts: With Runaways

Kylun (Colin McKay)
Powers: Animal-like appearance, sound mimicry
Affiliations: Formerly Excalibur
Whereabouts: Unknown

Lifeguard (Heather Cameron)
Powers: Able to subconsciously manifest superhuman powers dependent on whatever is necessary to save lives in any situation, granted wings for flight from alien Shi'ar genome
Affiliations: Formely X-Men
Whereabouts: Unknown

Marvel Girl (Rachel Grey)
Powers: Telepathy, Telekinesis
Affiliations: Currently Starjammers, Formely X-Men, Excalibur
Whereabouts: Space

Micromax (Scott Wright)
Powers: Mass and size manipulation 
Affiliations: Currently MI-13, Vanguard, Formerly Excalibur 
Whereabouts: England

Kiden Nixon
Powers: Time manipulation
Affiliations: None
Whereabouts: New York

Nuwa 
Powers: Creation of tranquility waves that puts others to sleep
Affiliation: Formerly Mutant Liberation Front, China Force, 3 Peace
Whereabouts: Last seen defeated by Boom Boom in San Francisco

Phaser (Christian Cord)
Formerly Radian
Powers: Formerly generates blinding light, Technological based generation of intense bursts energy from chest of his armor and deflection of energy through specialized gauntlets
Affiliations: Formerly New Warriors, rebellious student group Omega Gang; Xavier Institute student
Whereabouts: Unknown

Polaris (Lorna Dane)
Powers: Magnetic manipulation
Affiliation: Currently Starjammers, Formerly X-Men, X-Factor etc.
Whereabouts: Space

Pulse (Augustus)
Powers: Ability to disable powers, electronics
Affiliations: None
Whereabouts: None

Quicksilver (Pietro Maximoff)
Powers: Superspeed
Affiliations: Avengers, Formerly X-Factor, etc.
Whereabouts: Teacher in Avengers Academy

Renascence (Sofia Mantega)
Powers: Formerly air manipulation, flight; Technological based suit with six mechanical tentacles and electrically charged talons
Affiliations: Formerly New Warriors, New Mutants student squad
Whereabouts: Unknown

Sage (Tessa)
Powers: Cybernetic mind that functions like a computer; can catalyze potential of latent mutants
Affiliations: Formerly New Exiles, X-Men, Hellfire Club
Whereabouts: Merged with Panopticon

Sebastian Shaw
Powers: Able to absorb kinetic energy and rechannel it into superhuman strength, speed and durability
Affiliations: Formerly Hellfire Club
Whereabouts: Shaw was a prisoner for a time in Utopia before he was released with memory wiped clean by Emma Frost

Skids (Sally Bevins)
Powers: Able to create a force field around her
Affiliations: Formerly SHIELD, X-Corporation, Mutant Liberation Front, New Mutants, X-Terminators, Morlocks
Whereabouts: Unknown

Bobby Soul
Powers: Possession, Astral projection
Affiliations: None
Whereabouts: New York

Sunfire (Shiro Yoshida)
Powers: Flight, Ionization of matter into a fiery plasma state
Affiliations: Formerly Marauders, X-Men etc.
Whereabouts: Unknown

Tempest (Angel Salvadore)
Powers: Formerly Winged flight, acidic spit; technologically based fire, ice and flight powers
Affiliations: New Warriors, Special Class
Whereabouts: Raising family in New York

Thunderbird (Neal Sharra) 
Powers: Able to convert ambient heat energy into super-heated plasma, concussive force blasts; flight
Affiliations: Formerly X-Corporation, X-Men
Whereabouts: Unknown

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#500-507
(2008–2009)
Angel, Beast, Colossus, Cyclops, Dazzler, Emma Frost, Karma, Nightcrawler, Pixie, Stepford Cuckoos, Storm, Wolverine
#508-512
(2009)
Angel, Beast, Colossus, Cyclops, Dazzler, Doctor Nemesis, Emma Frost, Iceman, Karma, Kavita Rao, Madison Jeffries, Nightcrawler, Northstar, Pixie, Psylocke, Stepford Cuckoos, Storm, Yuriko Takiguchi, Wolverine
#513-514
(2009)
"Dark Avengers"/"Utopia" crossover: All the mutants in San Francisco battle against Norman Osborn's Dark Avengers and the group of Dark X-Men he forms under the Black Queen, including Cloak and Dagger, Daken, Dark Beast, Mimic, Mystique, Namor, and Weapon Omega.
#515-522
(2009–2010)
Angel, Boom Boom, Colossus, Cyclops, Dazzler, Doctor Nemesis, Emma Frost, Fantomex, Iceman, Karma, Kavita Rao, Madison Jeffries, Magneto, Namor, Nightcrawler, Northstar, Pixie, Professor X, Psylocke, Rogue, Stepford Cuckoos, Storm, Wolverine
#523-525
(2010)
"Second Coming" crossover
#526-529
(2010)
Angel, Cecilia Reyes, Colossus, Cyclops, Dazzler, Doctor Nemesis, Emma Frost, Fantomex, Hope Summers, Iceman, Kavita Rao, Kitty Pryde, Madison Jeffries, Namor, Northstar, Psylocke, Rogue, Storm, Wolverine
#530-534
(2010–2011)
Angel, Colossus, Cyclops, Dazzler, Doctor Nemesis, Emma Frost, Fantomex, Hope Summers, Kavita Rao, Kitty Pryde, Madison Jeffries, Namor, Northstar, Pixie, Psylocke, Rogue, Storm, Wolverine
#534.1-538
(2011–present)
Angel, Colossus, Cyclops, Doctor Nemesis, Emma Frost, Hope Summers, Iceman, Kavita Rao, Kitty Pryde, Madison Jeffries, Magneto, Namor, Psylocke, Rogue, Storm, Wolverine


Uncanny X-Men: Manifest DestinyUncanny X-Men #500-503; X-Men Free Comic Book Day #1; X-Men: Manifest Destiny #1-5October 20090-7851-2451-9
Uncanny X-Men: LovelornUncanny X-Men #504-507, Annual #2June 20090-7851-2999-5
Uncanny X-Men: SisterhoodUncanny X-Men #508-512August 20090-7851-4105-7
Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: UtopiaUncanny X-Men #513-514; Dark Avengers #7-8; Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Utopia (one-shot); Utopia FinaleApril 20100-7851-4234-7
Uncanny X-Men: Nation XUncanny X-Men #515-522; Dark Reign: The List - X-MenNation X #1-4November 20100-7851-4103-0
X-Men: Second ComingSecond Coming: Prepare, Second Coming #1-2, Uncanny X-Men #523-525, New Mutants #12-14, X-Men: Legacy #235-237, X-Force #26-28June 20110-7851-5521-8
Uncanny X-Men: The Five Lights (Aka Uncanny X-Men: The Birth of Generation Hope)Uncanny X-Men #526-529; Uncanny X-Men: The Heroic Age (one shot)December 20100-7851-4643-8
Uncanny X-Men: QuarantineUncanny X-Men #530-534June 20110-7851-5225-3
Uncanny X-Men: Breaking PointUncanny X-Men #534.1; #535-539September 20110-7851-5226-2
Fear Itself: Uncanny X-MenUncanny X-Men #540-544March 20120-7851-5797-2
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