The X-Men are a team of mutant superheroes, published in American comic books by Marvel Comics. Over the decades, the X-Men have featured a rotating line up composed of many characters.

Notation:

Members

Original members

Original X-Men members
Character Name Joined in
Professor X Charles Francis Xavier The X-Men #1 (September 1963)[1][2]
Cyclops Scott Summers The X-Men #43 (April 1968, flashback story)[1][3]
Iceman Robert "Bobby" Louis Drake The X-Men #46 (July 1968, flashback story)[1][4]
Beast Henry "Hank" Philip McCoy The X-Men #53 (February 1969, flashback story)[1][5]
Angel / Archangel Warren Kenneth Worthington III The X-Men #56 (May 1969, flashback story)[1][6]
Marvel Girl / Phoenix Jean Elaine Grey The X-Men #1 (September 1963)[1][2]

Recruits

1960s

1960s X-Men recruits
Character Name Joined in
Mimic Calvin Montgomery Rankin The X-Men #27 (December 1966)[1]
Changeling Kevin Sydney The X-Men #40 (January 1968, as Professor X)[1]
Polaris Lorna Sally Dane The X-Men #60 (September 1969)[1]

1970s

1970s X-Men recruits
Character Name Joined in
Havok Alexander "Alex" Summers The X-Men #65 (February 1970)[1]
Nightcrawler Kurt Wagner Giant-Size X-Men #1 (July 1975)[1][7]
Wolverine James "Logan" Howlett Earth-616 Logan: Giant-Size X-Men #1 (July 1975)[1][7]
Old Man Logan: Extraordinary X-Men #1 (November 2015)[8][9]
Banshee Sean Cassidy Giant-Size X-Men #1 (July 1975)[1][7]
Storm Ororo Munroe
Sunfire Shiro Yoshida
Colossus Piotr "Peter" Nikolaievitch Rasputin[10]
Thunderbird John Proudstar

1980s

1980s X-Men recruits
Character Name Joined in
Sprite / Ariel / Shadowcat / Shadowkat Katherine "Kitty" Anne Pryde X-Men #138 (October 1980)[1]
Lockheed Uncanny X-Men #168 (April 1983)[1]
Rogue Anna Marie LeBeau Uncanny X-Men #171 (July 1983)[1]
Phoenix / Marvel Girl / Prestige Rachel "Ray" Anne Summers/Grey[11] Uncanny X-Men #193 (May 1985)[1]
Magneto Max Eisenhardt / Erik Magnus Lehnsherr[12] Uncanny X-Men #200 (December 1985)[1]
Longshot Uncanny X-Men Annual #10 (January 1987)[1][13]
Psylocke Elizabeth "Betsy" Braddock Uncanny X-Men #213 (January 1987)[1]
Dazzler Alison Blaire Uncanny X-Men #214 (February 1987)[1]
Forge Uncanny X-Men #255 (December 1989)[14]

1990s

1990s X-Men recruits
Character Name Joined in
Gambit Remy Etienne LeBeau Uncanny X-Men Annual #14 (January 1990)[1][15]
Jubilee Jubilation Lee Uncanny X-Men #258 (February 1990)[1]
Bishop Lucas Bishop Uncanny X-Men #287 (April 1992)[1]
Revanche Kwannon X-Men, vol. 2 #21 (June 1993)[1]
Cannonball Samuel "Sam" Zachary Guthrie X-Force #44 (July 1995)[1]
Joseph Uncanny X-Men #338 (November 1996)[1]
Cecilia Reyes X-Men, vol. 2 #70 (December 1997)[1]
Marrow Sarah "Rushman"
Maggott Japheth

2000s

2000s X-Men recruits
Character Name Joined in
Thunderbird Neal Shaara X-Men Unlimited #27 (June 2000)[1]
Cable Nathan Christopher Charles Summers Uncanny X-Men #381 (June 2000)[16][17]
Mirage Danielle "Dani" Moonstar X-Men, vol. 2 #102 (July 2000)[1]
Sage Tessa X-Men, vol. 2 #109 (February 2001)[1]
White Queen Emma Grace Frost New X-Men #116 (August 2001)[1][18]
Xorn Kuan-Yin Xorn New X-Men Annual (September 2001)[1]
Chamber Jonothon "Jono" Evan Starsmore Uncanny X-Men #398 (October 2001)[1][19]
Stacy X Miranda Leevald Uncanny X-Men #400 (December 2001)[1][20]
Lifeguard Heather Cameron X-Treme X-Men #10 (April 2002)[1][21]
Slipstream Davis "Davey" Cameron[22]
Northstar Jean-Paul Beaubier Uncanny X-Men #414 (December 2002)[23]
Husk Paige Elisabeth Guthrie Uncanny X-Men #423 (May 2003)[1][24]
Juggernaut Cain Marko Uncanny X-Men #425 (June 2003)[1][25]
Xorn Shen Xorn X-Men, vol. 2 #162 (September 2004)[1][26]
Mystique Raven Darkhölme X-Men, vol. 2 #181 (January 2006)[27]
Petra X-Men: Deadly Genesis #4 (February 2006, retconned to occur before Giant-Size X-Men #1)[1][28]
Sway Suzanne Chan
Darwin Armando Muñoz
Vulcan Gabriel Summers
Warpath James Proudstar Uncanny X-Men #475 (July 2006)[1][29]
Lady Mastermind Regan Wyngarde X-Men, vol. 2 #192 (October 2006)[1][30]
Sabretooth Victor Creed
Omega Sentinel Karima Shapandar
Armor Hisako Ichiki Astonishing X-Men, vol. 3 #20 (February 2007)[1]
Hepzibah Uncanny X-Men #487 (June 2007)[1][31]
Pixie Megan Gwynn X-Men Free Comic Book Day (April 2008)[1][32]
Sunspot Roberto "Bobby" da Costa[33] Secret Invasion: X-Men #1 (August 2008)[1][34]
Karma Xuân Cao Mạnh[35] Uncanny X-Men #501 (August 2008)[1][36]
Aurora Jeanne-Marie Beaubier Secret Invasion: X-Men #2 (September 2008)[37]
Doctor Nemesis James Nicola Bradley Uncanny X-Men #504 (November 2008)[1][38]
Magma Amara Juliana Olivians Aquilla Secret Invasion: X-Men #4 (November 2008)[1][39]
Madison Jeffries Uncanny X-Men #505 (December 2008)[1][40]
Magik Illyana Nikolievna Rasputina New Mutants, vol. 3 #1 (May 2009)[1][41]
Sub-Mariner Namor McKenzie Uncanny X-Men #513 (July 2009)[1][42]
Ariel X-Men: Legacy #226 (July 2009)[1][43]
Domino Neena Thurman Uncanny X-Men #514 (August 2009)[1][44]
Cloak Tyrone "Ty" Johnson[45] Dark Avengers #8 (August 2009)[1][46]
Dagger Tandy Bowen
Boom-Boom Tabitha Smith
Danger Uncanny X-Men #515 (September 2009)[47]

2010s

2010s X-Men recruits
Character Name Joined in
Cypher Douglas "Doug" Aaron Ramsey[48] New Mutants, vol. 3 #9 (January 2010)[49][50]
Warlock
X-23 / Wolverine / Talon Laura Kinney X-Men: Second Coming #1 (March 2010)[1][51]
Hope Hope Summers (birth surname Spalding) X-Men: Legacy #237 (June 2010)[1][52]
Frenzy Joanna Cargill X-Men: Legacy #250 (June 2011)[49][53]
Legion David Charles Haller
X-Man Nathaniel "Nate" Grey New Mutants, vol. 3 #33 (November 2011)[49][54]
Warbird Ava'Dara Naganandini Astonishing X-Men, vol. 3 #48 (March 2012)[1][55]
Blink Clarice Ferguson New Mutants, vol. 3 #45 (July 2012)[49][56]
Firestar Angelica Jones Amazing X-Men, vol. 2 #1 (November 2013)[1][57]
M / Penance Monet Yvette Clarisse Maria Therese St. Croix X-Men, vol. 4 #7 (November 2013)[1][58]
Cerebra Extraordinary X-Men #1 (November 2015)[8][9]
Ink Eric Gitter X-Men Gold #17 (December 2017)[49][59]
Honey Badger Gabrielle "Gabby" Kinney X-Men Red #1 (February 2018)[60][61]
Pyro Simon Lasker X-Men Gold #23 (March 2018)[62][63]
Trinary Shilpa Khatri X-Men Red #2 (March 2018)[64][65]
Gentle Nezhno Abidemi X-Men Red #4 (May 2018)[49][66]
Wolfsbane Rahne Sinclair Uncanny X-Men, vol. 5 #13 (March 2019)[49][67]
Multiple Man James "Jamie" Arthur Madrox

2020s

2020s X-Men recruits
Character Name Joined in
Synch Everett Thomas X-Men, vol. 5 #21 (June 2021)[68][69]
Prodigy David Alleyne X-Men: Hellfire Gala 2023 #1 (July 2023)[70][71]
Rasputin IV X-Men, vol. 6 #25 (August 2023)[72][73]
Ms. Marvel Kamala Khan
Kid Omega Quentin Quire X-Men, vol. 7 #1 (July 2024)[74]
Temper Idie Okonkwo

Other status

Other X-Men members with a different status
Character Name Joined in Notes
Phoenix Force X-Men #101 (October 1976)[1] A cosmic entity that joined the X-Men by impersonating Jean Grey.
Dark Beast Henry Philip McCoy X-Men Unlimited #10 (March 1996)[75] Infiltrated the X-Men by replacing Beast of Earth-616.
Unidentified skrull Uncanny X-Men #370 (July 1999)[1][76] Infiltrated the X-Men by posing as Wolverine.
ForgetMeNot Xabi Gorostiaga Sometime prior to X-Men: Legacy #300 (March 2014)[1] Kept being forgotten by the X-Men due to his mutant ability.
Lucid Maya Jackson Extraordinary X-Men #17 (December 2016)[77][78] A dying mutant made an honorary member of the X-Men.

Substitute X-Men teams

Eleven substitute teams that have either temporarily taken the place of the X-Men during their absence, or worked under the X-Men.

New Mutants graduate X-Men

In January 1987, the New Mutants briefly graduated to become the X-Men in Uncanny X-Men Annual #10.[13][79]

New Mutants graduate X-Men members
Character Name
Cannonball Samuel "Sam" Guthrie
Mirage Danielle "Dani" Moonstar
Karma Xuân Cao Mạnh
Magma Amara Juliana Olivians Aquilla
Sunspot Roberto "Bobby" da Costa
Magik Illyana Nikolievna Rasputina
Cypher Douglas "Doug" Aaron Ramsey
Warlock
Wolfsbane Rahne Sinclair

Muir Island X-Men

In December 1989, during the wake of the X-Men's supposed "death" during "The Fall of the Mutants", Banshee assembled an X-Men team on Muir Island in Uncanny X-Men #254.[1]

Original Muir Island X-Men members
Character Name
Banshee Sean Cassidy
Forge
Moira MacTaggert
Polaris Lorna Sally Dane
Amanda Sefton Jimaine Szardos
Sunder Mark Hallett
Legion David Charles Haller
Sharon Friedlander
Thomas "Tom" Corsi
Alysande Stuart
Muir Island X-Men recruits
Character Name Joined in
Multiple Man James "Jamie" Arthur Madrox Uncanny X-Men Annual #15 (June 1991)[80]
Siryn Theresa Rourke Cassidy

Phalanx invasion X-Men

In September 1993, to oppose the threat of the techno-organic alien Phalanx, an X-Men team quickly banded together in Uncanny X-Men #316.[81]

Phalanx invasion X-Men members
Character Name
Banshee Sean Cassidy
Jubilee Jubilation Lee
Sabretooth Victor Creed
White Queen Emma Grace Frost

Mannite rescue X-Men

In September 1999, after Professor X disbanded the X-Men in an attempt to expose a Skrull impostor in their ranks, Cyclops and Jean Grey formed an X-Men team to help the Mannites in Astonishing X-Men, vol. 2 #1.[82]

Mannite rescue X-Men members
Character Name
Cyclops Scott Summers
Phoenix Jean Elaine Grey
Archangel Warren Kenneth Worthington III
Cable Nathan Christopher Summers
X-Man Nathaniel "Nate" Grey
Unidentified Skrull

Genoshan assault X-Men

In March 2001, Jean Grey assembled an X-Men team to rescue Professor X from Magneto in Uncanny X-Men #392.[1][83]

Genosha assault X-Men members
Character Name
Phoenix Jean Elaine Grey
Dazzler Alison Blaire
Northstar Jean-Paul Beaubier
Omertà Paul Provenzano
Wraith Hector Rendoza
Sunpyre Leyu Yoshida
Frenzy Joanna Cargill

Street team X-Men

In November and December 2003, an X-Men team was formed by Cyclops in the wake of Xorn's rampage through Manhattan, New York in New X-Men #149 and #150.[1][84]

Street X-Men members
Character Name
Cyclops Scott Summers
Fantomex Charlie-Cluster 7
E.V.A.
Beak Barnell Bohusk
Dust Sooraya Qadir
Stepford Cuckoos Celeste Cuckoo
Irma "Mindee" Cuckoo
Phoebe Cuckoo
Longneck William Hanover
Forearm Marcus Tucker
Choir Irina Clayton

X-Men in training

Individuals that were once trained by the X-Men as part of younger teams of the X-Men or individually.

Trainees for the X-Men
Character Name Joined in
Dust Sooraya Qadir New X-Men, vol. 2 #23 (February 2006)[85][86]
Elixir Joshua "Josh" Foley
Hellion Julian Keller
Mercury Cessily Kincaid
Rockslide Santo Vaccarro
Surge Noriko "Nori" Ashida[87]
X-23 Laura Kinney
Anole Victor Borkowski New X-Men, vol. 2 #41 (August 2007)[88]
Pixie Megan Gywnn
Gentle Nezhno Abidemi
Prodigy David Alleyne New X-Men, vol. 2 #43 (October 2007)[89]
Blindfold Ruth Aldine Young X-Men #1 (April 2008)[90]
Wolf Cub Nicholas Gleason
Ink Eric Gitter
Graymalkin Jonas Graymalkin Young X-Men #6 (September 2008)[91]
Cipher Alisa Tager Young X-Men #8 (November 2008)[92]
Loa Alani Ryan Runaways #10 (May 2009)[93]
Match Ben Hammil
Bling! Roxanne Washington Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Utopia #1 (June 2009)[94]
Onyxx Sydney Green
Trance Hope Abbott Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Exodus #1 (September 2009)[95]
Stepford Cuckoos Celeste Cuckoo
Phoebe Cuckoo
Irma "Mindee" Cuckoo
Indra Paras Gavaskar X-Men: Legacy #238 (July 2010)[96][97]
Hope Summers Uncanny X-Men #526 (July 2010)[98]
Transonic Laurie Tromette
Velocidad Gabriel Cuohuelo Uncanny X-Men #527 (August 2010)[99]
Oya Idie Okonkwo Uncanny X-Men #528 (September 2010)[100]
Primal Teon Macik Uncanny X-Men #529 (October 2010)[101]
Zero Kenji Uedo Generation Hope #4 (February 2011)[102]
No-Girl Martha Johansson Generation Hope #13 (November 2011)[103]
Sebastian Hiram Shaw[104] Generation Hope #15 (January 2012)[105]
Glob Herman Robert Herman Extraordinary X-Men #3 (December 2015)[8][106]

X-Force

In December 2007, the X-Men's strike team was formed by Cyclops in Uncanny X-Men #493, with Wolverine serving as the field leader. The team took on missions which required responses "too violent or controversial" for the X-Men to deal with directly. When Cyclops disbanded the team, Wolverine assembled a new independent team.[107][108]

Original X-Force members
Character Name
Cyclops Scott Summers
Wolverine James "Logan" Howlett
Caliban
Hepzibah
Warpath James Proudstar
Wolfsbane Rahne Sinclair
X-23 Laura Kinney
X-Force recruits
Character Name Joined in
Archangel Warren Kenneth Worthington III X-Force, vol. 3 #2 (March 2008)[109]
Elixir Joshua "Josh" Foley X-Force, vol. 3 #4 (May 2008)[110]
Domino Neena Thurman X-Force, vol. 3 #8 (October 2008)[111]
Vanisher Telford Porter X-Force, vol. 3 #9 (November 2008)[112]

X-Club

In November 2008, Beast gathered a science team in Uncanny X-Men #504, to attempt to deal with the mutant birth crisis, and reverse the effects of M-Day. The team lasted until 2012.[113][38]

Original X-Club members
Character Name
Beast Henry "Hank" Philip McCoy
Angel Warren Kenneth Worthington III
Doctor Nemesis James Bradley
X-Club recruits
Character Name Joined in
Madison Jeffries Uncanny X-Men #505 (December 2008)[40]
Yuriko Takiguchi Uncanny X-Men #507 (March 2009)[114]
Kavita Rao Uncanny X-Men #508 (April 2009)[115]
Psylocke Elizabeth "Betsy" Braddock Uncanny X-Men #512 (June 2009)[116]

Time-displaced X-Men

In November 2012, a team was formed when the original members of X-Men were displaced in the time in All-New X-Men #1.[117] The team headlined both All-New X-Men from 2012 to 2017 and X-Men Blue from 2017 to 2018.[1][118]

Original time-displaced X-Men members
Character Name
Cyclops Scott Summers
Iceman Robert "Bobby" Louis Drake
Beast Henry "Hank" Philip McCoy
Marvel Girl / Phoenix Jean Elaine Grey
Angel / Archangel Warren Kenneth Worthington III
Time-displaced X-Men recruits
Character Name Joined in
Shadowcat Katherine "Kitty" Anne Pryde X-Men: Battle of the Atom #2 (October 2013)[119]
X-23 / Wolverine Laura Kinney All-New X-Men #20 (December 2013)[120][121]
Oya Idie Okonkwo All-New X-Men vol. 2 #1 (December 2015)[122][123]
Genesis Evan Sabahnur
Pickles
Magneto Max Eisenhardt / Erik Magnus Lehnsherr X-Men Blue #1 (April 2017)[124][125]
Poison James "Jimmy" Hudson Jr.[126] X-Men Blue #6 (June 2017)[127][128]
Bloodstorm Ororo Munroe X-Men Blue #12 (September 2017)[129][130]
Polaris Lorna Sally Dane X-Men Blue #25 (April 2018)[131][132]
Xorn Shen Xorn
Daken Akihiro
Gazing Nightshade

London X-Men

In July 2017, an X-Men team was formed to help Charles Xavier against the Shadow King in Astonishing X-Men, vol. 4 #1.[133]

London X-Men members
Character Name
X Charles Francis Xavier
Archangel Warren Kenneth Worthington III
Psylocke Elizabeth "Betsy" Braddock
Bishop Lucas Bishop
Old Man Logan James "Logan" Howlett
Fantomex Charlie-Cluster 7
Rogue Anna Marie LeBeau
Gambit Remy Etienne LeBeau
Mystique Raven Darkhölme

See also

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