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Before joining Multiple Man’s mutant detective agency in X-Factor (2005), Shatterstar, “Gaveedra-Seven”, was a renegade from Mojoworld genetically modified to be an arena gladiator (crossed with a glam rock star). Check out his first brush with Cable’s New Mutants!
Ayo and Aneka were once dedicated in their post as Dora Milaje, bodyguards to the Black Panther. But when their native Wakanda began to buckle under violent rebellions and an outdated monarchy, the warriors created their own army as the Midnight Angels. Together, they inspire democracy in Wakanda.
Young Avenger Billy Kaplan is a mage empowered far beyond his years – he has particularly good control over his electro-kinetic and teleportation skills. After months of romantic tension, Wiccan finally entered into a relationship with fellow Young Avenger, Hulking.
As Avengers Academy recruit Striker, Brandon Sharpe could lunge into combat and ask questions later – after all, he’s the “Human Electric Chair”! But in his personal life, Striker was at odds. Here, Brandon has a revealing talk with Julie Power, one that leaves him more secure in his identity.
Victor Borkowski is a New Mutant turned X-Man whose mutation grants him many of the same skills as his lizard codename. Anole can stick to walls, camouflage to his surroundings, and even regenerate limbs. Here, the X-Boy becomes an X-Man by going to hell and back – literally!
Although her behavior is as slippery as her appearance, the shape-shifting Mystique found security in her relationship with Destiny, and together the two women raised adopted daughter Rogue. Check out her ongoing series written by comic greats Brian K. Vaughan and Sean McKeever!