- List of characters in X-Men (TV series)
:"This character list regards the 1990s X-Men series; for the series starting in 2000, see . For other uses see
Professor Xavier, voiced by Cedric Smith. The founder of the X-Men, Professor Xavier is very similar to his comic book counterpart, and his friendship with Magneto is explored in greater detail during this series. Differing slightly from the comics, Xavier is stated to have lost the use of his legs "battling Magneto" in the episode, "Sanctuary". He is shown at times to be a lonely man such as when he sadly watches Moira MacTaggart and Banshee embrace. And in the "Phoenix Saga", Xavier's dark side briefly manifests itself.
* Cyclops, voiced by Norm Spencer. The field commander of the X-Men. This version of Cyclops is very similar to the comic book version. While he is generally stiff, he has expressed doubts to his own leadership from time to time. His love is Jean Grey, who he eventually marries towards the end of the series. Cyclops is shown to be in his late twenties.
* Storm, voiced by Iona Morris then Alison-Sealy Smith. Storm's origins are very true to the comics. She was orphaned at an early age and spent her childhood living on the streets, often stealing in order to survive. Early in the series, Storm defeats Calisto to become the leader of the Morlocks, a position she later gives back to Calisto. Like her comic counterpart, Storm is claustrophobic.
* Wolverine, voiced by Cal Dodd. Wolverine is nearly taken straight from the comics. Though he never kills his opponents, it has implied several times that he would if the other X-Men were not there to hold him back. He dons the classic yellow and blue costume from the comics. Wolverine is also in love with Jean Grey, who is Cyclops's girlfriend for most of the series, this and Cyclops's decision to leave Morph and Beast behind following an attack from the Sentinels led to Wolverine feeling a great resentment for the X-Men leader. Wolverine remembers very little about his past. One difference from the comic version is that Wolverine actually sees the claws when they first come out his hands.
* Rogue, voiced by
Lenore Zann. In her sexy green and yellow costume with a leather jacket, Rogue is virtually interchangeable with her early 90's comic incarnation. She speaks in a sassy Southern accent and generally has an attitude of good-humored irreverence. Her impressive powers of super-strength, invulnerability and flight are frequently demonstrated early in the series. Also in line with the comics are her deeply harbored, usually hidden feelings of isolation. Gambit flirts with her, and though she feels equally attracted to him, her fear of harming him with her powers causes her to push him away, thus driving her to further solitary, brooding soul-searching. She was the adopted daughter of Mystique, who ran away from home after her father rejected her for being a mutant. Like her comics book counterpart, she put her boyfriend Cody in a coma when her powers manifested during her first kiss. Rouge is shown in her mid twenties.
Jean Grey, voiced by Catherine Disher. As in the comics, Jean Grey is the heart-and-soul figure of the X-Men, usually seen at the side of Professor X as he discusses the purposes and activities of the team. Her costume is basically the one introduced in Uncanny X-Men #281 when she joined Storm's Gold Team, although her red hair is tied-back rather than hanging loose. She and Scott's relationship is deepened and she takes on a central role in the Phoenix Sagas.
*Beast, voiced by
George Buza. Beast is seen as the gentle giant. Beast is a kind hearted and incredibly intelligent person. In the episode 'Beauty and the Beast' (season 2) Beast's other side is shown when he falls in love with a young blind patient who he is treating, and the Friends of Humanity kidnap her. Beast shows his natural aggression when invading their headquarters.
*Gambit, voiced by
Chris Potterfrom 1992-1996, then by Tony Daniels in 1997. Gambit is seen as the 'team clown' and very laid-back character. Gambits past is explored in the episode 'X-ternally Yours', season 2; revealing his affiliation with the civil war between thieves and assassins. As mentioned before he is seen flirting with Rogue whenever possible. They both share an obscure relationship, but as the series goes on their relationship develops into a more mature loving one. While outwardly, Gambit is shown to have a cocky bravado personality, several episodes reveal that he has a deeper side, showing his strong sense of honor and devout loyalty to those he considers family (namely the X-Men). In the episode "X-ternally Yours", Remy passes up the chance to whipe out the Assassins Guild, and chooses the X-Men over any ties he has to either guild, telling Belladonna Boudreaux "I am not Thief, or Assassin. I am an X-Man, and I'm never coming back." Gambit is shown to be in his late twenties.
*Jubilee, voiced by
Alyson Court. The youngest of the X-men, Jubilee is a some-what carefree girl, who wants to be seen as an adult in the eyes of her counterparts. Never-the-less the team appreciate her involvement in the team.
*Morph, voiced by
Ron Ruben. He was a member of the X-Men and a close friend of Wolverine who was apparently killed in the first episode by Sentinels. He reappeared as a recurring villain in the second season where it was revealed that Mr. Sinistersaved and brainwashed him. Until the end of the season, through constant assurance from his teammates, Morph helped battle Sinister at the end of the season. Professor Xfinally removed his implants, but he needed much more rehabilitation. Morph later appeared in the episode "Courage," and in the series finale"Graduation Day," where he briefly appeared as Professor X, while the latter was sick and dying, due to an illness. He appeared to have more of his past snickering humor, probably suggesting that he was now mentally healthy and back on the team, this time permanently.
*Forge guest starred in a few episodes. He is unique in that he has two separate roles in the show: In the present, he is the leader of the government-run X-Factor, and in the future, he leads the mutant team called "
Xavier's Security Enforcers, that resists the Sentinels in the Days of Future Pasttime line.
*Polaris appears in the episode "" as a member of X-Factor. Polaris had been a member of the X-Men alongside her boyfriend Iceman, though they eventually left to pursue a normal life. However, Polaris left Iceman and became member of X-Factor and fell in love with Havok. She was later featured in the second part of the episode "Phalanx Covenant", in which she aided Beast, Magneto, Forge, Warlock and
Amelia Voghtbattle the extraterrestrial Phalanx Empire.
*Havok guest starred in the episode "" as a member of X-Factor and revealed to be romantically involved with Iceman's ex-girlfriend Lorna Dane (not called Polaris). In the episode, X-Factor fights against the
X-Menfor a "friendly skirmish," as Forge puts it. It is never clearly stated in the animated series that Cyclops and Havok are indeed long-lost brothers, though it is hinted at since they develop an instant rivalry and neither brother's powers affect the other; a fact which is also seen in the comics.
*Quicksilver guest-starred in a couple of episodes. His most noticeable appearance is in the Season 4 story "Family Ties" where along with his sister, the Scarlet Witch, they look for their long lost father and discover that he is Magneto. He was voiced by Paul Haddad.
*Multiple Man appeared in the episode "Cold Comfort" as a member of X-Factor.
*Wolfsbane appears in the episode "Cold Comfort" as a member of the X-Factor led by the modern-day Forge.
Strong Guyappears in the episode "Cold Comfort" as a member of the X-Factor team led by Forge. Alpha Flight
Alpha Flight was seen on the X-men animated episode "Repo Man". Vindicator (Mac Hudson, who had renamed himself Guardian in the comics) and the Canadian Alpha Flight capture Wolverine. The Canadian government demand their project back. Either he joins their team as originally planned or they repossess his indestructible, adamantium skeleton.
*Guardian/Vindicator, voiced by
*Shaman/Michael Twoyoungmen, voiced by
*Puck/Eugene Milton Judd, voiced by
*Snowbird//Narya, voiced by
Melissa Sue Anderson.
Northstar/Jean Paul Beaubier, voiced by Rene Lemieux. Northstar appeared in the episodes "Slave Island" and "Repo Man". Though he didn't have any speaking role in "Slave Island", the episode "Repo Man" proved to hold true to the character's origins as his trademark French Canadian accent was present. In "Slave Island" Jean-Paul was a hostage/prisoner of the island nation of Genosha. He, along with many other mutants, provided slave labor for the government using their mutant skills for such tasks as building dams and the like. They wore special collars that restricted them from using their powers to escape and slept in prison-like cells. They eventually escaped Genosha with the help of the X-Men. In "Repo Man", Northstar is shown as part of the Canadian special forces team Alpha Flight, which tries to convince former member Wolverine to re-join.
*Aurora/Jeanne Marie Beaubier Aurora appeared in the episodes "Slave Island" and "Repo Man". In the cartoon Aurora possessed the ability to fly and generate a blinding light when she slapped hands with her brother Northstar.
*Sasquatch/Dr. Walter Langowski, voiced by
*Dr. Heather Hudson, voiced by
Rebecca Jenkins. Xavier's Security Enforcers/The Resistance "(in Bishop's future)"
*Forge This aged version of Forge leads "
Xavier's Security Enforcers", that resists the Sentinels in the Days of Future Pasttimeline, alongside Wolverine, Bishop and Shard. In the altered timeline created when Fitzroy murdered Professor X, Forge is a servant of Master Mold, having been transformed into a cyborg like his counterpart of the Age of Apocalypse.
*Bishop Bishop travels back in time to stop the assassination of Senator Kelly and prevent the "
Days of Future Past" time-line from occurring (with Bishop assuming Kate Pryde's role from the comic version of this tale). While he succeeds in saving Kelly, in his time-line there is no recollection of the X-Men as they have all died. Later, he returns to stop the spread of Apocalypse's techno-organic virus, however, he also faces resistance from Cable, who knows the virus is necessary as it will also lead to the salvation of mutant-kind. He was voiced by Philip Akin. He also shows up in some more episodes, where he and his sister travel back in time to stop Fitzroy from killing Xavier in the past, causing constant war between mutants and humans in the X-men's time, and his time changes into one in which mutants are known only as slaves. They eventually manage this, but Bishop gets trapped in the Axis of Time when Apocalypse throws him out of time. He eventually saves the entire time-line when he accidentally begins to free the psychics in the "Beyond Good and Evil" arc.
*Shard is seen in "Beyond Good and Evil" storyline. When Bishop is sucked back into the time-portal and trapped in the Axis of Time. Shard comes back to the present to find her brother. However, when she gets to the present, she sees Sinister trying to kidnap the Professor, so she stops him. Then she asks X-men for help in finding her brother.
* Malcolm and Randall are shown as members in Shard's video recordings.
= Clan Chosen "(in Cable's future)" =
*Cable/Nathan Christopher Summers: Cable's first two appearances were in "Slave Island" and "The Cure", however there was no explanation or backstory given for how he time-traveled into the past, although his mission involved stopping the production of collars that could inhibit mutant powers. Later he appeared in the two-part episode "Time Fugitives", where Cable travels back in time to stop Bishop from stopping the outbreak of Apocalypse's technovirus. "Time Fugitives" and "Beyond Good and Evil" established Cable's backstory as waging a war along with his comrades (Clan Chosen) against Apocalypse, as well as the New Canaanite government, in a dystopian future. It is also hinted he's the son of Cyclops and Jean Grey.
*Tyler Dayspring is Cable's son. He appears as a child in "Time Fugitives", when Cable's timeline starts restoring itself, so Cable goes back in time to stop Bishop from preventing the plague. Later he appeared as a young adult in "Beyond Good and Evil", when the Clan Chosen go to destroy Apocalypse's Lazarus Chamber in 3999 AD.
*Hope, Dawnsilk, Boak, and
Garrison Kanewere also shown as Clan Chosen members, but they never had any speaking parts. They appeared in cameos working alongside Cable and Tyler. X-Terminators(unnamed)
*Rusty, Boom-Boom, Whiz-Kid, and Skids were featured as orphans in "No Mutant is an Island" episode. The episode mostly focused on X-Man Cyclops and Rusty. In the episode, Cyclops, still in mourning after Jean Grey's "death", quits the X-Men and returns to his orphanage home in Nebraska. A man known as Kilgrave, offered to help and adopted the orphans seemingly out of charity. In reality, Kilgrave, a mutant himself with telepathic abilities, wanted to use the children to make them his army to destroy all humans in the world so that mutants are accepted. Killgrave brainwashes the four and uses them to storm the governor's mansion so he can make the governor his mind controlled slave. Scott was able to snap Rusty and the others out of Kilgrave's hypnotic brainwashing in the end and saves the mutant children. Later, Cyclops returns to the mansion and he and the other X-men discover that Jean Grey hasn't perished after all.
The Mutant Resistance "(in the Xavier-less time-line)"
This was the team created by Magneto in an alternate time-line, after Xavier was killed in early life, in "One Man's Worth" episode. In "One Man's Worth", the humans and mutants were locked in a war. The following were the members on the Mutant Resistance
*Magneto/"The Leader", Wolverine, Storm, Beast,
Jean Grey, Rogue, Mimic, Nightcrawler, Morph, Jason Wyngarde, Sabretooth, Holocaust, Mister Sinister, Colossus, Wild Child, Gambit, Joanna Cargill, Blob, Caliban, Callisto, Masque, Pyro, Banshee, Polaris, Sunder, Blink, Angel, Sunfire
* Banshee/Sean Cassidy
* Phoenix, The entire saga of the Phoenix is retold in third season divided into the five-part "," in which Jean acquires the power of the Phoenix and the battle for the
M'Kraan Crystal, and the "Dark Phoenix Saga," showcasing the battle with the Hellfire Club, the Phoenix's transformation into Dark Phoenix, and the battle to decide her fate. These particular episodes are as close as the cartoon came to directly duplicating the comic book storyline - the "Dark Phoenix Saga" is so accurate to the original stories that the episodes have the additional credit, "Based on stories by Chris Claremont." Rather than destroying an inhabited system, the animated story had her destroy a deserted system and only disable the attacking Shi'ar cruiser. After the Phoenix left Jean's body, Jean retained her original basic powers, whereas in the aborted comic book ending, she would have been lobotomized by the Shi'ar and lost them entirely. She was played by Catherine Disher.
* Colossus/Piotr Rasputin
* Magik Illyana Rasputin: Illyana appeared the episode "Red Dawn", voiced by
Tara Strong. In that episode, she and her mother remained by the side of Colossus and the X-Men as they fought the newly-released Omega Red. She also appeared in one of Cable's visions of the altered timestream in "Time Fugitives", in which, without the antibodies developed to fight Apocalypse's techno-organic virus, many mutants, like Illyana, developed harmful mutations which killed them.
* Nightcrawler/Kurt Wagner: Nightcrawler only made guest appearances in the episodes "Nightcrawler" and "Bloodlines", but never joined the X-Men. He was shown first in an episode that featured him as a monk in a Swiss abbey, persecuted by one of his superiors and the townspeople who believed him to be a demon; Gambit, Rogue and Wolverine helped him through his trials. The second episode reveals his origins as the birth son of Mystique, discovered by his foster sister Rogue. In the end, after a discussion, Mystique apparently dies to save both of them from Victor Creed.
Psylocke/Elizabeth Braddock: Psylocke appears during the fourth season in Episode 51 entitled "The Promise of Apocalypse" (Beyond Good and Evil, Part 2), and in Episode 53, entitled "End and Beginning" (Beyond Good and Evil, Part 4). In this storyline, Psylocke appears to be a lone warrior who practices theft with a cause (ala Robin Hood). She comes into direct conflict with Archangel and, later on, Sabretooth and Mystique. She refers to her brother as fighting to help mutants, but does not name him as Captain Britain.
This incarnation of Psylocke had the notable ability to fire her psychic knives, incapacitating opponents from a distance.
* Archangel/Warren Worthington III, Archangel's origin was retold in the series, where Apocalypse creates the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Played by
Stephen Ouimette, Angel goes to a scientist who claims he can "cure" mutancy, but is actually Mystique, a servant of Apocalypse, who turns him into Death. Angel also makes a cameo appearance in the "Beyond Good and Evil" four-part episode, and as one of the original X-Men in two flashbacks, bringing up continuity errors elsewhere when Cyclops, Beast and Jean Grey do not know him. In this version, he overcomes the Death persona to become Archangel thanks to Rogue, who saps the evil that lay within him when she touches him.
Silver Foxappeared in the episode " Weapon X, Lies & Videotape". In this continuity she too was a member of Team X, Wolverine's lover and a victim of the Weapon X Program.
* Maverick/Christoph Nord, Maverick appeared in "
Weapon X, Lies & Videotape", searching answers about his past and his involvement with Weapon X, teaming with Wolverine, Sabretooth and Silver Fox. In the episode "Whatever It Takes", the character Morph briefly turns into Maverick to taunt Wolverine. Maverick also appears in flashbacks that depict himself and Wolverine battling Omega Red, though that memory could be one of Weapon X's implanted memories.
* Darkstar Darkstar guest-starred in the episode "Red Dawn". She's initially the mutant enforcer for a group of rogue Russian generals seeking to reestablish the Soviet Union with the aid of
Omega Red. After witnessing the crimes committed by Omega Red, Darkstar rebels against the generals and sides with the X-Men and Colossus.
Lilandra Neramani, Lilandra appeared in the third season. There, she sought out help of Professor Xavier and his X-Men to help her defeat her evil brother D'Ken. During the short time they shared alone, Xavier and Lilandra quickly fell in love and eventually managed to defeat D'Ken. When Lilandra became the new heir to the Shi'ar throne, she kissed and thanked Xavier for his help and even offered him to join her, but he declined to do this for as long as there is no peace between mankind and mutants. Lilandra left, but eventually returned to Earth when Xavier became deadly ill in the final episode of the show. She took Xavier to the Shi'ar Empire with her so they could heal him. She was voiced by Camilla Scott.
* Sage Araki
* Longshot appeared in episodes Mojovision and Longshot. In the animated series it seemed to indicate that he might have a relationship with Spiral.
Ka-Zar& Zabu appeared on X-Men: The Animated Series in the episodes "Reunion" parts 1 and 2, and in "Savage Land, Strange Heart" parts 1 and 2.
* Cannonball/Sam Guthrie, Cannonball made a small appearance along with his sister Paige Guthrie. The episode was titled "Hidden Agenda". The episode featured Rogue learning about a new mutant that has been making waves in her hometown. However, his appearance caused a violation of continuity, as Cannonball had already made a cameo appearance, already employing his mutant power, and with blond hair.
Captain America/Steve Rogers, Captain America appears in one episode called "Old Soldiers" of the 1990s X-Men animated series. He is an American agent, sent along with Canadian Wolverine, to rescue a scientist kidnapped by the Red Skull and the Nazis. He is present in the episode only in flashbacks of Wolverine's. Captain America is voiced by Lawrence Bayne. He was also seen in Cameo appearance in "Red Dawn" episode.
Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff The Scarlet Witch made a both a guest and a cameo appearance. She was played by Tara Strong. She also appeared in "Family Ties" episode along with Quicksilver, when they try to find out who their father is.
* Mjnari appeared in "Whatever It Takes" episode. In this episode, the Shadow king takes over Mjnari's body, so Rogue and Storm go to
Africato help Mjnari. Mjnari is a mutant with superhuman speed.
* Darrell Tanaka: A mutant healer in the mutant town of Skull Mesa. Like Mjnari, he's an original character.
* Iceman/Bobby Drake, voiced by
Dennis Akayama. Bobby Drake appeared as a former member of the team, who quit due to disagreements with Xavier. He appears in the episode "Cold Comfort" where he gets Jubilee's help to rescue his girlfriend Lorna Dane(not called Polaris here) from a government facility which is housing the X-Factor led by the modern day Forge. In the series, Iceman was seen in many flashbacks which include "Sanctuary Part 1", and "Xavier Remembers".
Dazzler/Alison Blaire, Dazzler appeared as a background character in "Mojovision," and was central to the plot of "Dark Phoenix Saga Part 1: Dazzled."
* Senator Robert Kelly, voice was done by
Len Carlson. Kelly ran for president on an anti-mutant campaign during the beginning of the show's first season. Kelly came to befriend the X-Men and support mutants shortly after his election as president, in the season's final episode, after the X-Men had rescued him from both an assassination attempt by Mystique and an attempted brainwashing by Master Mold. In the first episode of season two, Kelly took office as president, spoke out in support of mutants, and made his first presidential act an official pardoning of Beast, who had been unfairly arrested early in season one. These actions led Kelly's former, anti-mutant supporters to feel betrayed by him and create the public anti-mutant backlash that pervaded the entire second season of the show. In the third through fifth seasons of the animated series, President Kelly had a low profile. He remained friendly with the X-Men through the show's end, working with them to confront global mutant threats such as Magneto's building an armed, inhabitable, mutants-only asteroidin space during the fourth season.
* Magneto/Eric Magnus Lensherr, voice was provided by
David Hemblen. In the series, he first appears in the third and fourth episodes where he launches a missile but the X-Men stop it. Then he seeks to destroy a factory but the X-Men stop him again. In the first season finale, he helps the X-Men defeat the Master Mold and the Sentinels. He appears in nearly every episode in the second season, in which he and Professor Xavier are powerless and travel throughout the Savage Land. At the end of that season, all of the X-Men save them from Mr. Sinister, and they regain their powers. In the fourth season, he allies with Apocalypse but turns on him after discovering his true agenda and aids the X-Men defeat him. Later, he constructs Asteroid M as a safe haven for mutants but his dream is ruined by the fanatical Fabian Cortez. Broken, he secludes himself in the artic and does not care about the possible destruction of life on Earth until he receives news from the Beast, Forge, Mr. Sinister and Amelia Voght that the Phalanx has kidnapped his son, Quicksilver, in the second part of the two-part fifth season premiere. He teams up with them to defeat the Phalanx and saves everyone he had captured. By the end of the series, he has gathered up an entire army of rebellious mutants, but receives news from Wolverine, Cyclops and Jean Grey that Professor Xavier is dying. He has Xavier say his goodbyes to the X-Men before he dies. Lilandra then takes Xavier to her planet where there is a suggestion that he may be resurrected.
* The External/Candra, Candra is featured in the episode "X-Ternally Yours". In it, she has the same connection to the Thieves and Assassins as in the comics, offering them great power and protection in exchange for decennial tithings, with those who broke the tithe punished greatly. She is not as inherently evil as her comic's counterpart, more focused on the tithe and ensuring its sanctity than any real criminal behavior. She eventually turns on the Assassins, after they threaten the tithe by kidnapping the Thieves' "chosen one" Bobby (Gambit's brother), and replacing their tithe with an empty box. She is represented as an African-American spirit, as opposed to a caucasian mutant.
The Starjammers appear in five-part episode
Phoenix Saga. In this episode the Starjammers, led by Corsair, attack the X-Men and steal the M'Kraan crystal, in hopes of trading in to D'Ken, so that Corsair can get close enough to D'Ken, so that he can kill him. But D'Ken knew of their plan and tricked them and got hold of the M'Kraan crystal. So then the Starjammers have to work with the X-Men to destroy D'Ken. Hepzibah, Raza Longknife, Ch'od, and Cr+eee were the Starjammers that appeared along with Corsair in the Phoenix Saga. Corsair later appeared in "Orphan's End" episode. In this episode, Corsair is on the run from a corrupt Shi'Arpolice officer, and he comes to Earth. Later he finds out that Cyclops is his son. Cyclops then helps Corsair defeat the officer.
= Acolytes =
the Acolytes appear in the "Sanctuary" storyline, in which Magneto builds Asteroid M as a safe haven for all mutants to live away from the hatred of baseline humans. The Acolytes, led by Fabian Cortez, aid Magneto in the liberation of the Genoshan mutant slaves from the hands of the Genoshan Magistrates. After Cortez betrays Magneto and he is believed to have been killed by the X-Men, the Acolytes pledge their loyalty to Cortez, though they turn on him after he's exposed. The Acolytes shown are:
Fabian CortezCortez appeared in the two-parts episode "Sanctuary". As in the comic's storyline, Cortez was the leader of the Acolytes and used his powers to bolster Magneto's own abilities. However, Cortez's extreme anti-human sentiments led him to betray Magneto. Cortez threatened to destroy Earth but was stopped by the X-Men and Amelia Voght, who revealed Cortez's betrayal to the other Acolytes and the entire mutant population of Asteroid M. He was trapped in Asteroid M by a vengeful Magneto, but was rescued from its destruction by Apocalypse and Deathbird. Apocalypse granted him the ability of altering the mutations of other mutants. Cortez then appeared on the final season episode "The Fifth Horseman", now turned into a servant and worshipper of his savior. Cortez assembled a cult worshiping Apocalypse as well as the Hounds, a foursome of altered mutants, in an attempt to find a new body for Apocalypse - who was defeated and left bodiless in "Beyond Good and Evil". Cortez captured Jubilee and turned Beast into a feral monster but was stopped by Caliban, one of the Hounds. After being defeated, Cortez begged Apocalypse to be forgiven for his failure, though Apocalypse was not angry at Cortez, for he still had a host body to reincarnate in, Cortez's own.
Amelia Voght, like her comics counterpart, Amelia was Charles Xavier's former lover and nurse. The two met and later fell in love after Xavier was crippled by Magneto, though they split because Amelia did not approve the formation of the X-Men, preferring to live a quiet life with Charles and hiding their mutant status. After meeting against in Asteroid M, she was initially hostile to Charles, though she forgave him after the X-Men helped defeat the fanatical Cortez. Amelia refused Charles' offer to join the X-Men, seeking now to find and follow her own dreams. She became a nurse once again and joined Moira MacTaggert at the facilities of Muir Island. She also helped Beast, Magneto, Forge and Mister Sinister to fight against the Phalanx.
*Carmella Unuscione appeared in episode "Sanctuary", as a prominent member of the Acolytes. As in the mainstream Marvel Universe, she was a devoted and passionate follower of Magneto and his beliefs.
*Chrome/Allen Marc Yuric
Joanna Cargillappeared in episode "Sanctuary". Though she did not have any speaking lines, she was a prominent member of the Acolytes. She also had a cameo in the first part of "One Man's Worth," where she was a member of the Mutant Resistance, but retained her Acolyte outfit.
*Byron Calley appeared as a member of the Acolytes, and using his real name In the two-part episode "Sanctuary", Calley was one of the many mutants that Magneto's offer to live in
Asteroid M. Calley was in charge of overseeing the defensive missiles Magneto had gathered to prevent an attack on the Asteroid. When Fabian Cortezattempted to fire the missiles to destroy Earth, Calley opposed him. It was also revealed that he was an old friend from Gambit.
= Morlocks =
When they captured Cyclops and
Jean Grey. The X-Men led by Storm then came to get Jean and Cyclops back. In the end after a duel between Storm and Callisto not only did the X-Men get Cyclops and Jean back, Storm also got leadership of the Morlocks. Later they appear in "Out of the Past episode, where the Morlocks are captured by Lady Deathstrike and the Reavers, and unleashes an alien. So the X-Men had to save the Morlocks and defeat the alien. The Following were the Morlock members:
*Callisto (the Leader), Annalee, Masque, Sunder, Leech, Tommy, Plague, Erg, Tarbaby, Ape, Mole, Scaleface, Glowworm and Caliban
The Shi'ar Imperial Guard appeared in "Phoenix Saga" and "Dark Phoenix Saga". In the "Phoenix Saga", the Imperial guards track down Lilandra and the M'Kraan Crystal, following D'Ken's orders. But after D'Ken fuses with the M'Kraan crystal, and Lilandra becomes empress, the Imperial Guards help X-Men and the Starjammers defeat D'Ken. Later in "Dark Phoenix Saga", the Imperial guards seek to destroy the Phoenix, after she destroys a star system. But unlike the comics, the Star System was deserted. So they go to
Earthto stop Phoenix from destroying further systems. Gladiator, Oracle, Starbolt, Smasher, Manta, Tempest, Titan, Hussar, Quake, Hobgoblin/Shifter, Warstar(B'nee and C'cil) appeared as Shi'ar Imperial Guards.
* Apocalypse/En Sabah Nur, voiced by
John Colicosand then by James Blendick. This Apocalypse wants to pit humans and mutants in a war and rule the stronger race. His first appearance is part of a plot line revolving around an offer to "cure" mutations. It is eventually revealed that it is a trick to transform mutants into the Horsemen of Apocalypse. Apocalypse also appears in a storyline revolving around Cable. In this story, Apocalypse masquerades as a member of the Friends of Humanity, creating a Techno-Organic virus. In Cable's future (3999), Apocalypse still wages his war against humanity and mutant kind, opposed by Cable and his Clan Chosen. In the "Beyond Good and Evil" storyline, Apocalypse attempted to attain godhood by kidnapping the most powerful psychic beings from across the universe. He planned to kill them simultaneously, in order to release a wave of psychic energy powerful enough to re-create the universe in his own image, so he could rule unchallenged. However, Cable, Bishop, Magneto, Mystique, and the X-Men foil his plans. After the Psychics are freed they use their combined powers to trap Apocalypse in the Astral Planefor all eternity. In one of the final episodes of the series, Apocalypse is shown to be communicating from the Astral Plane with Fabian Cortez, whom Apocalypse had turned into his servant prior to the Axis of Time events. He quested Cortez in finding a powerful mutant to serve as his vessel, which would allow him to return to our world. However, Cortez failed by the interruptions of Beast, and Caliban. This resulted in Apocalypse claiming Cortez himself for the vessel, and Apocalypse lived once more. In this animated version, Apocalypse was depicted many times as an invincible opponent. He was invulnerable to apparently all forms of physical harm. None of the X-Men's powers combined could do him much harm. Apocalypse's plans were occasionally hampered by the time-travelers Bishop and Cable. His powers also included shape-shifting, psionic powers, teleportation, force field generation, and flight.
Mister Sinister/Nathaniel Essex, voiced by Christopher Britton. Interested in the creation of more powerful mutants, Sinister had an obsession with Cyclops and Jean Grey, as well as other powerful mutants such as Magneto. Like his comic's counterpart, this Sinister was capable of emitting energy blasts from his hands and was vulnerable to Cyclops' optic beams. He was served both by the Nasty Boys and the Savage Land Mutates. Like in the comics, Sinister was originally a British scientist during the Victorian era, though he wasn't mutated by Apocalypse. This version of Sinister experimented on mutants and obtained organs from his minion, Jack the Ripper, and used the knowledge obtained through his activities to mutate himself. An ancestor of Professor X, Dr. Xavier, was one of Sinister's opponents and attempted to save his victims. Despite his origins having no link to Apocalypse, Sinister joined forces with him when Apocalypse plotted to rewrite reality by harnessing the power of the axis of time.
Shadow King/Amahl Farouk, voiced by Maurice Dean Wint. Xavier defeated Shadow King and his psychic essence trapped in the Astral Plane. He escaped briefly and possessed Storm's godson Mjnari, to use Mjnari in order to possess Storm. The Shadow King was defeated and trapped once again, only to be released after Professor X suffered an accident which left his mind vulnerable to the Shadow King's attempts to take possession of Xavier and leave his mind trapped in the Astral Plane.
* Sabretooth/Victor Creed, voiced by
Don Francks. Sabretooth was depicted as a henchman for Magneto. In the mainstream comics, however, Sabretooth and Magneto have never come together in any real capacity.
Omega Red/Arkady Rossovich: He appeared in the episodes "Red Dawn", in this episode he is resuscitated by three corrupt generals who want to recreate the Soviet Union and rule it. Colossus, with the help of the X-Men, fights to save his country and its fragile freedom from these forces of tyranny. Omega Red later reappeared in "A Deal With The Devil." In this episode he is thawed and sent two miles beneath the ocean to salvage a disabled, toxic nuclear submarine threatening to break up near Hawaii. He also appeared in Wolverine's flashbacks, in which Team X fights against Omega Red and manage to freeze him. The details of their confrontation are unclear, as Wolverine's memories were altered to make him believe Omega Red killed Maverick and Silver Fox.
Master Mold& the Sentinels, serves an important role during the first season. In one episode, the Sentinels, sent by Trask and Henry Gyrich, kidnap the X-Men Gambit, Storm, and Jubilee, while vacationing on the fictional island of Genosha. There, the three X-Men, along with several other mutants, are enslaved by Trask and Gyrich who are harnessing the mutants' powers to create a massive damin Genosha whose water powerwill be used to run Trask's newly-created Master Mold. The X-Men eventually escape Genosha and destroy most of the Sentinels by Storm's flooding the dam. Later on in the season, they learn that Trask has lost control of Master Mold, who is now stationed in Washington, D.C.. Master Mold has Senator Kelly, and dozens of other important world leaders kidnapped and demands that Trask replace their brains with computers that can be controlled by Master Mold. The X-Men help rescue Trask and Kelly from Master Mold, and at the end of the season's last episode, Professor Xavier, with the help of Magneto, flies the X-Men's jet full of explosives into Master Mold's torso. Master Mold and all Sentinels are believed to be destroyed at this point, but they resurface in season four. This time Master Mold wanted to create a new body for himself, but the X-Men eventually destroyed Master Mold once and for all. Master Mold and the Sentinels were voiced by David Fox. Even though he was destroyed, Master Mold will be reconstructed at some point in history, becoming the ruler in Bishop's timeline.
* Nimrod, In the animated continuity, it came from the Days of Future Past timeline, where Bishop is its contemporary. Nimrod follows Bishop into the past to stop him from preventing the assassination of Senator Robert Kelly, that causes the future time-line. With the help of Storm's powers he was able to defeat Nimrod on numerous occasions.
Bolivar TraskTrask is also the creator of the Sentinels, and was much longer-lived than his comic counterpart, returning for several episodes (one of which ironically featured him on the run from his own creations, along with Gyrich). Trask was introduced here in the second episode of this series.
Henry Peter Gyrich, voiced by Barry Flatman. He appeared in the " Night of the Sentinels" episode. He later appeared in the season one finale "The Final Decision", season four episode "Courage" and series finale "Graduation Day". Gyrich's personality in the series was an extreme take on that of his appearances in the Avengers and X-Men comic books as he supported mutant oppression and possibly even extinction whereas in the comics he was merely distrustful of superhuman in general. In the series finale, he quickly revealed that Professor Charles Xavier was a mutant by calling on a force wave with a remote, which revealed his power of telepathy at a worldwide conference. This weakened Xavier and nearly killed him by the end of the episode, though in the end he was taken to be cured by Lilandra. This attack also nearly wounded many other people at the conference. Gyrich was taken away in custody because of his insanity, but warned everyone not to trust anyone, because they might well be mutants.
Graydon Creedvoice was supplied by John Stocker. Like in the comics, Graydon Creed's deep resentment towards mutants comes from his parents Sabretooth and Mystique. Graydon wound up in the care of his father Sabretooth who bullied and beat him constantly. Many years later Graydon founded the F.O.H. (the Friends of Humanity) and anti-mutant hate group that did everything in its power to vilify mutants. After the Beast's pardon by the President, Graydon's resentment grew even more and the F.O.H. began targeting the X-Men. Graydon Creed began looking for new ways to exterminate mutant-kind. He hired a brilliant scientist (who turned out to be Apocalypse) to create a virus that would wipe out every mutant on Earth though would be relatively harmless to ordinary humans. His followers infect a number of mutants and spread rumors that mutants carry the disease. However Bishop and the X-Men destroy the virus. When Beast began dating his former patient Carly, a human, Graydon Creed had her kidnapped, but the X-Men rescue her. Before they leave the X-Men set up a holo-projector outside displaying Xavier's profile on the mutant Sabretooth, real name: Graydon Creed, Senior. Realising that their leader was the son of a mutant, the F.O.H. leave him behind for the authorities. Later Graydon returns to the F.O.H. to resume his old role as their leader. The council rules that first he has to prove himself. They tell Graydon to kill Sabretooth, Mystique his mother, Rogue his foster sister, and the demonic Nightcrawler, his own brother. Creed kidnaps his mother Mystique and forces her to send a letter to Nightcrawler saying she was in danger. Fearing for his mother's life Nightcrawler seeks the help of the X-Men Rogue and Wolverine. They locate the F.O.H.'s dam-base and walk straight into a trap. Graydon attempts to gas all of the mutants to death. They manage to break free and defeat Creed. Three of the council members inform him that he failed for the last time and as a result has been expelled from the order indefinitely.
Trevor Fitzroy, Fitzroy was a guest-star in the two-part episode "One Man's Worth" episodes. Fitzroy, known as "the Mutant Traitor", under the orders of Master Mold, travels back in time to 1959 to murder Charles Xavier. In the cartoon, he does not kill those whose energy he absorbs.
D'Ken, D'Ken was seen in the five parter, where his history was very much like as it was in the comics. He was also responsible for the death of Cyclops' parents abduction and him becoming an orphan on Earth. D'Ken gained control over the M'Kraan Crystalthough, which gave him powers. D'Ken had fused with the M'Kraan crystal, so after the Phoenix fixes the crack that D'ken made on the Crystal to gain its power. D'Ken was trapped in the Crystal. Phoenix later hid the Crystal in the heart of the Sun.
* Davan Shakari/Erik the Red, voiced by
Lawrence Bayne. Erik the Red was sent by D'ken to capture Lilandraand the M'Kraan Crystalfor him.
Deathbird/Cal'syee Neramani Deathbird made several appearances in the series. In flashbacks, she was seen at D'Ken's side when Christopher and Katherine Summers were abducted. Following Lilandra's ascension to the throne of the empire, Deathbird sought to overthrow her sister and install herself as Majestrix, for which she joined Apocalypse. However, Apocalypse was merely using Deathbird for his own plans. During the episodes "Beyond Good and Evil", she attacked Lilandra alongside Apocalypse, however, he abandoned her at the mercy of Lilandra and Imperial Guard Praetor Gladiator. Apocalypse simply wanted a distraction so he could kidnap Oracle, the psychic of the Imperial Guard.
* Juggernaut/Cain Marko, Voiced by
Rick Bennett. The character fully appeared in three episodes " The Unstoppable Juggernaut," "" and "Juggernaut Returns." He attempted to get revenge on Xavier in all three episodes.
* Mojo, voiced by
Peter Wildman. Mojo appeared in the episodes "Mojovision" and "Longshot"."
*Spiral worked for Mojo and helped him torture the captured X-Men by making them perform in television shows against their wills, but eventually betrayed Mojo when she met and fell in love with Longshot. Their relationship, however, turned out for the worse and Spiral once again turned to Mojo's side in the end.
Black Tom Cassidy, He teamed up with Juggernaut to kidnap Lilandrain the cartoon version of the Phoenix Saga. He and Sean are referred to as brothers in the series continuity with Sean being the elder.
Cameron Hodge, Hodge first appeared as a lawyer for Hank McCoy, aka Beast. Later, Hodge was an ambassador working for the mutant-oppressing Genoshan government. After the corrupt government was overthrown by the combined efforts of Cable and the X-Men, Hodge, who was now missing an arm and a leg courtesy of Cable, vowed to get his revenge on the mutants. He was fortunate enough to have met up with the technorganic alien race known as the Phalanx. Restoring his missing limbs and granting him a fraction of their power, the Phalanx promised to help him get his revenge and, in exchange, he would help them assimilate planet Earthand its inhabitants. Hodge was defeated when the X-Men, with the help of Amelia Voght, Magneto, Mister Sinisterand Warlock, drove the Phalanx from Earth.
* Zebediah Kilgrave/
Purple ManThe Purple Man appeared in the season five fourth episode, "No Mutant Is an Island", as a telepathic mutant terrorist who plans on taking over the government using a group of young mutants under his mental control. In the end, the X-Man Cyclops gets in his way and eventually defeats him.
High Evolutionary& the New Men, the High Evolutionary is the Master of Wundagore. He seeks to create a superior generation of his New Men by using mutant DNA, mutating humans into beast-like beings, instead of experimenting on animals. He sets up a trap to capture Magneto, Quicksilver, and the Scarlet Witch, revealing to the twins that they are Magneto's children. He also appeared in a flashback, in which he fights Garokkand traps his essence in the ground of the Savage Land.
Arkon, Arkon appeared in "Storm Front, part 1" and "Storm Front, part 2" episodes. In the series, Arkon, unleashes terrible weather conditions over Washington DCto get Storm's attention. It works -- he begs her to return with him to his planet, Corsus, to save it from meteorological chaos which threatens his people. After much pleading, Arkon convinces Storm. Intrigued by this dynamic leader but slightly suspicious, Storm departs but leaves a clue for the other X-Mento follow. Once Storm saves the planet, she is proclaimed savior throughout this universe, and Arkon asks her to marry him. But later she finds out that his ships are bringing thousands of slaves from nearby planets, and knows that Arkon is a Tyrant.
* Proteus/Kevin McTaggart Proteus appeared in "Proteus" a two-part Season 4 episode which was based on 1979–80 Uncanny X-Men storyline. In the episode escapes from
Muir Islandto find out who his dad is and creates havoc around the city, and the X-Men have to stop him.
Red Skull/Johann Schmidt, appears in "Old Soldiers" episode. The Red Skull appears is Wolverine's flashbacks, when Wolverine remembers his past. Skull had kidnapped a scientist and was working for the Nazis. The Red Skull was voiced by Cedric Smith who also voiced Professor Charles Xavier.
Silver Samurai/Kenuicho Harada Silver Samurai has appeared in the episode "The Lotus and the Steel". He is given little characterization in the episode, reduced to a mere gang leader whose thugs terrorize a village where Wolverine has been living. The villagers stand their ground and Wolverine bests the Samurai in single combat by taking advantage of Samurai's habit of teleporting in behind him: Wolverine anticipates the move and disables the teleportation device, humiliating Samurai.
* The Phalanx appears in "
The Phalanx Covenant". They are a techno-organic extraterrestrial race bent on assimilating every other lifeform. They invade Earth, though they are initially unable to assimilate mutants. This version of the Phalanx is an amalgamation of the comics' Technarcyand Phalanx.
Brotherhood of Mutants
The Brotherhood of Mutants appeared mainly in its third incarnation, with Mystique, Blob, Avalanche, and Pyro as members of the group and Rogue being shown to be a former member. The group was also shown to be initially financed by the mutant Apocalypse, though only Mystique knew this.
Notably absent from the series was the lesbian Brotherhood member and Mystique's longtime lover Destiny, who was a major member of the second incarnation. As such, major changes were made towards the cartoon adaptation of "Days of Future Past", which Destiny played a major role in the climax of the story.
*Mystique/Raven Darkholme, Mystique was shown as the leader of the Brotherhood, a close ally of Apocalypse, and Rogue's foster mother. She was voiced by
*Avalanche/Dominic Szilard Petros, He was always accompanied by
Pyroand later on, The Blob. Usually acts as a hired henchman by Mystique.
*Pyro/St. John Allerdyce, Pyro appeared in three episodes
*Blob/Frederick J. Dukes
While the Nasty Boys are a barely passing blip in the extensive history of the X-Men comics, the villainous team was featured several times in the series. Appearing first in the episode "'Til Death Do Us Part, Part II", the cartoon featured four of the Boys: Ruckus, Gorgeous George, Hairbag, and Slab. The X-Man Morph, who had been resurrected by Sinister, had an "evil" side to his personality. "Evil" Morph was often a part-time member of the Nasty Boys, but Sinister increasingly lost control of him.
The Nasty Boys reappeared in both parts of "Reunion" where, teamed with the
Savage LandMutates, they proved to be quite imposing to the X-Men whom Sinister had rendered powerless. The X-Men eventually regained their powers, freed Morph from Sinister completely, and defeated Sinister and the Boys. After leaving the Savage Land, the Boys reappeared with Sinister in all four parts of "Beyond Good and Evil". Vertigo apparently accompanied them (Sinister had given her a Magneto-inspired energy boost in "Reunion") and was made into a member, despite her female status.
*Gorgeous George, played a prominent role, in which he was voiced by
Rod Wilson. He also appeared in "X-Men Adventures", which was based on the animated series.
*Ruckus, played a prominent role as leader of the Nasty Boys. He seemed to be older, but the others often cracked jokes at him being Sinister's "lapdog." He was played by
Dan Hennessey, who was also the voice director for the show. He also appeared in several issues of "X-Men Adventures", a comic book based on the animated series.
*Slab, also appeared with the Nasty Boys.
Hairbag, in the show his powers were altered somewhat, giving him poisonous breath and the ability to fire drugged quill-like hairs from his body. Savage Land Mutates
Savage Land Mutates were the creations of Magneto, though they were later recruited by
Mr. Sinister. The lineup was formed by:
*Sauron/Lykos Sauron became a major villain in the after the X-Men first visited the Savage Land. Unlike his psychiatrist persona, in this version Lykos was apparently an inhabitant of the Savage Land and was mutated by Magneto, though he later became a follower of Mister Sinister. This version of Sauron did not appear to possess the psychic scream and fire breath of his comic book counterpart. Despite this, he was a formidable foe in many episodes.
*Vertigo, Veritigo was one of the followers of Mr. Sinister in the Savage Land. In the series, her powers were amplified after Mr. Sinister genetically modified her with Magneto's DNA. Later in the
X-Men Animated Seriesshe joins The Nasty Boyswho were working for Mr. Sinistertoo.
The Hellfire Club appeared on the Dark Phoenix Saga storyline, though it was renamed "Inner Circle Club", to prevent controversy regarding the use of the word Hellfire, which could have prompted accusation of satanism. The episodes show the original members of the Inner Circle: Sebastian Shaw, Jason Wyngarde, Emma Frost, Donald Pierce and Harry Leland. The Inner Circle's leaders aim to control
Jean Greyand brainwash her into believing herself to be the Queen of the Inner Circle, though they only manage to unleash Dark Phoenix.
Emma Frost, she made appearances as the White Queen of the Inner Circle Club. Frost appears in the first three parts of the Dark Phoenix Saga; and is shown briefly among a group of telepaths in the episode, "Beyond Good and Evil Part 4: End and Beginning".
*Jason Wyngarde, He appears with The Inner Circle/Hellfire Club in the episode, "The Dark Phoenix Saga" parts 1-3. He uses his powers to control the Phoenix, but ends up unleashing the Dark Phoenix. Wyngarde is also a member of the Mutant Resistance in the alternate reality shown in the first part of the episode "One Man's Worth".
Donald Pierce Horsemen of Apocalypse
The Four Horsemen of Apocalypse were the same ones as in the X-Factor comics. The lineup was composed by mutants that submitted themselves to the so-called Mutant Cure, developed by Dr. Adler - actually Mystique in disguise. The "Cure" process transformed the four mutants: Autumn Rolfson (Famine), Plague (Pestilence), Abraham Kieros (War) and Angel (Death) into altered mutants under the control of Apocalypse. The four-part episode Beyond Good and Evil featured another team of Horsemen, created by Apocalypse during his time in Ancient Egypt. The style of these Horsemen reflected their Egyptian origins.
= Reavers =
The Reavers appear alongside Lady Deathstrike, when she goes down to the Morlock's tunnel and tricks Wolverine to come down there, hoping to get him to open an alien ship that she found in the tunnel. But when the ship is opened an alien comes out of the ship and sucks life out of the Reavers. So Lady Deathstrike has to work together with wolverine to defeat the alien. In the end the X-Men defeat the alien and all the Reaver's life energy is sent back to their bodies. The Reavers featured were: Bonebreaker, Pretty Boy, Murray Reese, and Wade Cole.
Lady Deathstrikewas also a Reavers member. She had a romantic past with Wolverine, likely merging her character with Wolverine's fiancée, Mariko Yashida. She first appeared in the Season 3 episode "Out of the Past", and was voiced by Tasha Simms. Deathstrike joined the Reavers and became a cyborg in order to avenge the death of her father, Professor Oyama, during Logan's rampage at the Weapon X headquarters. In this continuity, The Professor and Yuriko's father are the same man. In the comic's continuity, the Professor is a man named Thorton and has no blood relation to the Oyamas. Weapon X
The Weapon X program was responsible for Wolverine's adamantium implants and faked memories. The Program, directed by The Professor and Dr. Cornelius, captured the four members of Team X (Logan, Creed, Maverick and Silver Fox) in order to brainwash them to become an elite team of mind-controlled assassins. However, Wolverine escaped and his rampage through the Weapon X HQ's allowed Creed, Maverick and Silver Fox to escape. It should be noted also, that in the animated series continuity, the Professor is
Lady Deathstrike's father (Professor Oyama, making him an amalgamation of Lord Dark Wind and Professor Thorton) and the inventor of the adamantium bonding process.
*Professor Oyama (in video and flashbacks)
*Dr. Cornelius (in shadows within video and flashbacks)
*Talos, Shiva/Talos appeared in the episode "Weapon X, Lies and Videotape". Due to network censorship, the robot's name was changed to Talos.
Besides Spiral, Mojo employed a number of agents and servants
* Major Domo
* The Warwolves
= The Family/Brood =
The Brood appear in the episode
Love in Vainin a New Mexico desert, Wolverine witnesses the crash of a spaceship carrying horrific, alien bug-like creatures -- the Family which overwhelm him. They differ from their appearance in the comics as these Brood are human sized with greenish skin and could fire electrical energy blasts from their tails. They also possessed four mechanical tentacles similar to Doctor Octopusand had an anti-gravity generator that allowed them to fly. People would be infected by spores and would turn into brood. They also possessed red eyes and appeared similar to the Xenomorphs from the Alien movies.
Children of the Shadow
The children of Shadow appeared in the episode "
Secrets, Not Long Buried" When Cyclops flies solo to Skull Mesa, a tiny western desert community, to see an old friend, Dr. Prescott, his plane is blasted out of the sky. Injured and rendered powerless, he struggles into town, only to discover his friend is missing and the town is caught in the grips of a militant, mutant-supremacist hate group called The Children of the Shadow. The Children of the Shadow hunt him down because Cyclops had temporarily lost his powers; and they thought he was a human. After his powers return, Cyclops gets help from some mutants and defeats them.
= Avengers ("in the Xavier-less timeline") =
Cameo appearances (heroes and villains)
War Machine/James Rhodes, Sunfire/Shiro Yoshida, and Spider-Manwere shown saving people from falling rubble during Phoenix saga.
* Warpath was seen as one of the mutant slaves on "Slave Island".
* Kangaroo, Random, Arclight, Blockbuster,
Tarbabyand Black Panther had a cameo appearance during the two-part episode, "Sanctuary".
* Ghost Rider appeared briefly as a memory in one of Gambit's flashbacks in "Final Decision" episode.
* Deadpool Morph briefly transforms into Deadpool. Deadpool's face is also seen in a flashback while Professor Xavier is probing the mind of Sabretooth. In season 3 during the mini-series Phoenix Saga an evil psychic projection of Xavier also created an illusion of Deadpool while tormenting Wolverine.
Moondragonand Immortus (Kang the Conqueror) had a cameo during "Beyond Good and Evil Pt. 4".
* Gatecrasher had a cameo appearance during "Proteus Pt. 1".
Doctor Strange/Stephen Strange, Captain Britain/Brian Braddock, and Thor/Donald Blake had a cameo appearance during "Dark Phoenix saga".
G. W. Bridgeis shown watching a conference dealing with a virus that mutants are supposedly responsible for, in the episode "Time Fugitive Part 1".
* Domino had a cameo appearance during "Repo Man".
* Hulk made a cameo as one of Xavier's robots in "The Juggernaut Returns".
*The Punisher is shown on a video game cover in "Days of Future Past Pt. 1" and as a robot in "Mojovision".
*Senyaka, Forearm, Reaper, Strobe, Ape, Mole, Slither, Copycat appear as background extras in "Secrets No Longer Buried".
* Tusk, Feral, Toad and
Sunfiremade a cameo appearance during "Graduation Day" amongst the mutant army Magneto assembles.
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