EXILES (MILLENNIAL VISIONS 2001)

Membership: Beast, Blink, Cyclops, Hyve, Rogue, White Dwarf

Purpose: To correct alternate and/or divergent Earth that had gone awry

Affiliations: None known

Enemies: None known

Base of Operations: Mobile throughout the multiverse

First Appearance: X-Men Millennial Visions 2001 (January, 2002)

History: (X-Men Millennial Visions 2001 - "Exiles: Static Problematic") - The Tallus, now linked to the powerful Staff of Wallach X, led Blink and a problematic team of Exiles to another reality.

Comments: Created by Jim Calafiore and Peter Palmiotti.

Surprisingly most of the characters seen in this profile where part of the team Cyclops used on Earth-2128 to attack Professor W's school. Most famous member of the school for X-fans is the Exile Nocturne, who was instrumental in stopping Cyclops' team as seen in the flashback story in Exiles#41-42.
--Markus Raymond

Cyclops' team of mutants that attacks Professor W's school in Exiles I#41-42, but writer/artist of that story, Jim Calafiore, confirmed that they are all Earth-2128 counterparts.
--Proto-Man

Profile by Proto-Man

Clarifications:

Exiles (Millennial Visions 2001) should not be confused with:

 

 

 


BEAST

A former resident of Earth-902. A tough, rude, sullen member of X-Punks, Beast found himself thrust onto the Exiles team from his home reality. He often took pleasure from being as difficult for the team as possible and generating dissension within it.

--X-Men Millennial Visions 2000 - "X-Punks" (X-Men Millennial Visions 2000 - "X-Punks", X-Men Millennial Visions 2001 - "Exiles: Static Problematic"











BLINK

Blink from Earth-1026 was on the team since its foundation. She was convinced that she would never return to her home reality. Watching teammate after teammate either die or get returned to their home reality, Blink became distant and adopted a fatalist attitude.

--X-Men Millennial Visions 2001 - "Exiles: Static Problematic"














CYCLOPS

Cyclops hailed from Earth-2182, a dimension where Wolverine had murdered Xavier while under the control of the Shadow King and taken his place leading the X-Men as Professor W out of guilt. Due to Wolverine's involvement in Jean's death, Cyclops led the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants against the X-Men only to find himself thrust onto the Exiles team. Determined to retake his mentor's dream, Cyclops only cared about getting home. Upon eventually finding himself back on Earth-2182, Cyclops recruited a new Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, composed mostly of Earth-2182 counterparts of his previous Exiles teammates and led them in an attack on the Xavier Institute after an FBI raid uncovered their existence. While leading the attack, Cyclops was repeatedly asked by Nightcrawler to call off the attack but the bitter Cyclops felt as if the X-Men had forced his hand. Upon seeing the young Lucien, now transformed into the living Legacy Virus called Plague, Cyclops was shocked when his teammate, Earth-2182's Hyve, attacked Plague, only to be destroyed by Plague's Virus powers. Responding, Cyclops killed Plague and eventually, all of the Brotherhood and X-Men members were downed when Armageddon destroyed Radioactive Man's containment suit. Surviving the subsequent explosion, Cyclops confronted Professor W, destroying his exo-suit and holding him up while accusing the Professor of being a liar. The X-Men's Nocturne, Kitty Pryde and the Xavier Institute soon arrived and Nocturne failed to take possession of Cyclops' body. Recovering, Nocturne possessed Armageddon and used his telekinesis to force Professor W to raise his arms to Cyclops' chest. Surprised at seeing the paralyzed Professor W moving, Cyclops was stabbed when Nocturne telekinetically forced Professor W's claws to pop out.

--X-Men Millennial Visions 2001 - "Exiles: Static Problematic" (X-Men Millennial Visions 2001 - "Exiles: Static Problematic," Exiles I#41-42 (fb), 












HYVE

Hyve of Earth-9470 was an amorphous hive of ravenous black insects that could strip the flesh from bone. It did not communicate and only followed the team out of instinct.

--X-Men Millennial Visions 2001 - "Exiles: Static Problematic" (X-Men Millennial Visions 2001 - "Exiles: Static Problematic"










ROGUE

Rogue of Earth-2182 encountered the Super-Skrull in her home reality, where she permenantly absorbed his powers and personality traits. She was pulled from her reality to join the Exiles.

--X-Men Millennial Visions 2000 - Cover (Millennial Visions 2000 Cover, X-Men Millennial Visions 2001 - "Exiles: Static Problematic"













WHITE DWARF

White Dwarf was the youngest member of the Exiles, taken from Earth-1010's Project Cerebro-X. His youth quickly became a hindrance as no one in the group was willing to mentor the young, superhumanly strong and dense mutant.

--X-Men Millennial Visions 2000 - "Project Cerebro-X" (X-Men Millennial Visions 2000, X-Men Millennial Visions 2001 - "Exiles: Static Problematic"










images:

X-Men Millennial Visions 2001, p6, splash page (all pics in the profiles come from this page/panel combo)


X-Men Millennial Visions 2000 (August, 2000)
Cover - Arthur Adams (artist)
"X-Punks" - Keith Giffen (writer/pencils), Art Thibert (inks)
"Project Cerebro-X" - Cully Hammer (writer/artist)
X-Men Millennial Visions 2001 (January, 2002)
"Exiles: Static Problematic" - Jim Calafiore (writer/pencils), Peter Palmiotti (inks)
Exiles#41-42 (March-April, 2004) - Jim Calafiore (writer/pencils), Eric Cannon (inks), Mike Marts (editor)


Last updated: 11/06/16

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