|The Six (Mutant X)|
The Six, clockwise from back: Fallen, Brute, Marvel Woman, Havok, Bloodstorm, and Ice-Man
Marvel Woman/Goblyn Queen
Mutant X was a comic book published by Marvel Comics featuring Havok, a mutant and former member of the X-Men, who was transported into a parallel dimension. Marvel Comics is an American comic book company owned by Marvel Publishing Inc Havok ( Alexander "Alex" Summers) is a Fictional Marvel Comics Superhero, a member of the X-Men. Madelyne Pryor is a Fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. Iceman ( Robert Louis "Bobby" Drake) is a fictional Marvel Comics Superhero, a member of the X-Men. In addition to her mainstream incarnation the Marvel Comics character Storm has had been depicted in other Fictional universes. Warren Kenneth Worthington III is a Fictional character, a Comic book Superhero in the Marvel Comics universe. Gambit ( Remy LeBeau) is a Fictional character, a Marvel Comics Superhero that has been a member of the X-Men. In addition to his mainstream incarnations Captain America has also been depicted in other Fictional universes. Howard Mackie (born January 22 1958 is an American Comic book editor and Writer. Tom Raney is an American Comic book artist best known for his work on such series as Stormwatch, DV8, Alpha Flight Andrew Pepoy (b 1969 is an American Comic book artist. Biography Andrew Pepoy was born on May 13 1969 A comic book (often shortened to simply comic and sometimes called a comic paper or comic magazine) is a Magazine or Book of narrative Marvel Comics is an American comic book company owned by Marvel Publishing Inc Havok ( Alexander "Alex" Summers) is a Fictional Marvel Comics Superhero, a member of the X-Men. A mutant within the Marvel Comic books particularly those of the X-Men mythos is an individual who possesses a genetic trait called an The X-Men is a team of fictional Superhero characters in Comic books published by Marvel Comics. It was written by Howard Mackie. Howard Mackie (born January 22 1958 is an American Comic book editor and Writer.
The "Mutant X" universe (Earth-1298) is a reimagination of the Earth-616 universe. In the fictional Marvel Comics multiverse, Earth-616 or Earth 616 is the name used to identify the primary continuity in which most Marvel Comics In this continuum, Scott Summers was captured along with his parents by the Shi'Ar and only Alex escaped, allowing him to be the eventual leader of the X-Men. Cyclops ( Scott Summers) is a Fictional character, a Superhero that is the field leader of the X-Men in the. The Shi'ar, pronounced /ʃiː'ɑːɹ/ ("Shee-ARR" are a fictional species of aliens in the Marvel Comics universe. The Mutant X universe reimagines Mr. Fantastic, Nick Fury and Professor X as villains and Doctor Doom and Apocalypse as heroes. Mr Fantastic ( Reed Richards) is a Fictional character, a Marvel Comics Superhero and a member of the Fantastic Four. Colonel Nicholas Joseph "Nick" Fury is a fictional World War II army hero and present-day super-spy in the Marvel Comics Charles Francis Xavier, also known as Professor X, is a Fictional character, a Marvel Comics Superhero known as the leader and founder of Dr Doom redirects here For other uses see Dr Doom (disambiguation.
After a member of Havok's X-Factor team, Greystone, develops temporal insanity he attempts to build a time machine to return to his timeline and be reunited with his mother who, in all probability, doesn't exist anymore. X-Factor is an American Comic book series published by Marvel Comics. Devlin Greystone is a fictional Māori character in the Marvel universe who was part of the second incarnation of X-Factor. This article details time travel itself For other uses see Time Traveler. Havok attempts to stop him, but the machine explodes, supposedly killing both men. However, death was only the beginning for Alex Summers. At the instant of his death, another Havok from an alternate reality also dies after being shot in the chest by a Sentinel. Parallel universe or alternative reality is a self-contained separate reality coexisting with one's own The Sentinels are Fictional characters Robots in the. Most often encountering the team of mutants known as the X-Men, they were created by writer Somehow, Havok's spirit finds its way into his counterpart's body and he wakes up in the Mutant X Universe. Here, he is the leader of a mutant team of heroes dubbed The Six, who are altered versions of his friends from Earth-616.
At first he finds this universe strange, thinking it to be nothing more than the mental manipulations of some megalomaniac, but in time he comes to cherish the relationships he had. Megalomania (from the Greek word μεγαλομανία is a historical term for behavior characterized by Delusional fantasies of Wealth, power The team endures many hardships together, including betrayal by the demon-possessed Madelyne and Fallen, but they compensate with the arrival of new members Gambit and Captain America. Demonic possession is often the term used to describe the control over a human form by Satan himself or one of his assigned advocates Gambit ( Remy LeBeau) is a Fictional character, a Marvel Comics Superhero that has been a member of the X-Men.
At the end of the series, the reincarnated Goblyn Force, Dracula and the Beyonder all converge their efforts to destroy Earth. The Beyonder is a Fictional character in Comic books published by Marvel Comics. Almost all of the heroes die in the epic battle until Havok, discovering that he was the home for the Nexus of Realities, finds a way to stop the Goblyn Force, which at that time had merged with the Beyonder. He transfers the Nexus into Madelyne's body, and in one fell swoop conquers evil, saves his wife and sets himself adrift once more in the nothingness of darkness.
The series lasted for 32 issues and three annuals before it ended and Alex Summers's consciousness was returned to his proper body.
Apparently, the Mutant X Havok didn't die during the fight with the Sentinels. He was instead thrown into unconsciousness while the Earth-616 Havok took over his body. The evil Havok went with the original Havok back to Earth-616 during the final battle with the Goblin Queen. He lay dormant when Charles Xavier freed Alex's consciousness, biding his time, and re-emerged after Xavier Institute Student Nicholas Gleason (Wolf Cub) wounded Havok. Charles Xavier may refer to Professor X, aka Professor Charles Xavier leader of the Marvel Comics superhero team the X-Men Charles Xavier fictional Luckily, the Exiles (Mimic, Magik, Heather Hudson, Nocturne, Morph and Sunfire) were sent by the Timebroker to fight off the evil Alex until the Earth-616 version came back. This article is about the Marvel Comics series for other uses in comics see Exiles (comics The Exiles are a group of Fictional characters Mimic ( Calvin Montgomery Rankin) is a Marvel Comics Fictional character who was briefly a member of the X-Men in the 1960s This page refers to the first Magik Illyana Rasputin For the second Magik see Amanda Sefton. Heather Hudson is a Fictional character created by Marvel Comics for their series called Exiles. Nocturne is a code name used by four separate Fictional characters in the Marvel Comics Universe. Kevin Sydney is a Fictional character that has been a member of the X-Men in Comic book stories published by Marvel Comics. Mariko Yashida is a Fictional character that appears in Comic books published by Marvel Comics. The Timebroker is a fictional character created by Judd Winick for the comic book ''Exiles''; a psychic construct created by the Timebreakers a race The Timebroker then personally eliminated the evil Alex's consciousness.
At the beginning of the series, Alex is the leader of The Six, a superhero group which is roughly equivalent to the Earth-616 X-Factor. X-Factor is an American Comic book series published by Marvel Comics. The roster includes:
|Character||Real Name||Joined in||Notes|
|Bloodstorm||Ororo Munroe||Mutant X #1||In this reality, Storm wasn't able to be saved from the bite of Dracula and instead was transformed into a vampire. In addition to her mainstream incarnation the Marvel Comics character Storm has had been depicted in other Fictional universes. Dracula is a Fictional character, a Comic book Supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe. Vampires are mythological or folkloric revenants who subsist by feeding on the blood of the living Aside from her control over the weather she also is able to transform into a mist, summon, control and transform into vermin and other animals such as wolves and drain blood through her fangs. Vermin is a term applied to various animal species regarded as pests or nuisances and especially to those associated with the carrying of Disease. In defiance of her darker nature, Bloodstorm employs Forge and Kitty Pryde as food sources so she doesn't have to kill. Forge is a Fictional character in the, a Superhero associated with The X-Men. Katherine "Kitty" Pryde is a Fictional character that appears in Comic books published by Marvel Comics.|
|Brute||Hank McCoy||Mutant X #1||In this reality Hank McCoy's experimentations went too far. Instead of his furry simian form he has transformed into a green furred and scaled amphibious creature. The simians ( Infraorder Simiiformes) are the "higher Primates quot familiar to most people the Monkeys and the Apes including To add insult to injury, his intellect is the equivalent of a small child's. He made a faulty deal with demons which resulted in his legs being replaced with goat hooves.|
|Fallen||Warren Worthington III||Mutant X #1||Apocalypse's experimentation resulted in a more organic look for Warren. Warren Kenneth Worthington III is a Fictional character, a Comic book Superhero in the Marvel Comics universe. Instead of the metal wings and blue skin, he was given bat wings, deathly pale skin and the ability to breathe fire.|
|Ice-Man||Bob Drake||Mutant X #1||Left without a device to suppress his powers after the tampering of the Asgardian deity Loki, Bob Drake was left trapped in his ice form without the ability to touch another living thing. Iceman ( Robert Louis "Bobby" Drake) is a fictional Marvel Comics Superhero, a member of the X-Men. Norse mythology comprises the indigenous pre-Christian religion, beliefs and Legends of the Scandinavian peoples including those who settled on Iceland Loki is a Supervillain that appears in the fictional Marvel Universe and is based on the being of the same name from Norse mythology. Because of this he has become distant and his stalwart humor has turned to cynicism. He also sees himself as partially responsible for the Brute's mental regression and tries his best to look out for his friend.|
|Marvel Woman/Goblyn Queen||Madelyne Pryor-Summers||Mutant X #1||The clone of the deceased Jean Grey, Madelyne found happiness in the arms of Havok, even having a son with him that they named Scotty. Madelyne Pryor is a Fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe. Jean Grey-Summers ( née Jean Grey is a Fictional Comic book superheroine appearing in books published by Marvel Comics. According to a S.H.I.E.L.D. file, Madelyne made a deal with the demons of Inferno to unlock her telekinetic potential. SHIELD is a fictional, Comic-book Espionage and Law-enforcement agency in the Marvel Comics universe.|
|Captain America||Mutant X #15||Cap joined the team because he disagreed with S.H.I.E.L.D.'s search and destroy policy on mutants and decided that siding with the Six would be better than siding with Nick Fury. In addition to his mainstream incarnations Captain America has also been depicted in other Fictional universes. SHIELD is a fictional, Comic-book Espionage and Law-enforcement agency in the Marvel Comics universe. Colonel Nicholas Joseph "Nick" Fury is a fictional World War II army hero and present-day super-spy in the Marvel Comics It was revealed that he is a mutant and a successor to the original Captain America, Steve Rogers.|
|Gambit||Remy LeBeau||Mutant X #16||Gambit was critically wounded on a mission with Bloodstorm and begged her to turn him into a vampire and Bloodstorm reluctantly agreed. In addition to his mainstream incarnation '''Gambit''' has had been depicted in other Fictional universes. Gambit has the ability to charge objects with explosive kinetic energy and can also transform into mist, summon, control and transform into vermin and other animals such as wolves and drain blood through his fangs. He also adopted a mysterious girl named Raven.|