Real Name: Donald Pierce
Identity/Class: Human mutate
former CEO and principal shareholder of Pierce-Consolidated Mining
Group Membership: None;
formerly Cleaning Crew, Reavers (Bonebreaker, Wade Cole, Cylla, Duncan, Josh Foley, Lady Deathstrike, Angelo Macon, Prettyboy, Murray Reese, Skullbuster), Inner Circle of the Hellfire Club (Emma Frost, Harry Manners, Dark Phoenix, Harry Leland, Mastermind (Jason Wyngarde), Sebastian Shaw, Sunspot, Tessa), Hellfire Club (Wade Cole, Angelo Macon, Murray Reese, Taft)
Affiliations: Albert, Angel (Warren Worthington), Apocalypse (En Sabah Nur), Bastion, Captain Britain (Brian Braddock), Ch'Vayre, Coelho, Graydon Creed, Damage, Elsie-Dee, Forge, Gateway, Harbinger of Apocalypse, Cameron Hodge, Robert Kelly, Kingpin, Steven Lang, Leper Queen, Maximus Lobo, Master Mold, Mole Man, Angus Munro, Nimrod of Earth-811, O*N*E (Col. Callahan, others), Paladin, Pico, Psylocke (Elizabeth Braddock), Purifiers (Matthew Risman, others), Selene, William Stryker, Bolivar Trask
Enemies: Banshee, Walter Barrett, Black Eagle, Cable (Nathan Summers), Cannonball, Laurie Collins, Tom Corsi, Danger, Dazzler (Alison Blaire), Derek, Domino (Neena Thurman), Empath, Josh Foley, Kevin Ford, Freedom Force (Avalanche, Blob, Destiny (Irene Adler), Mystique, Pyro, Stonewall), Jonas Graymalkin, Iron Man (Tony Stark), Jubilee, Karma, Khyber, Legion (David Haller), Wilhelm Lohmer, Moira MacTaggert, Magma, Sofia Mantega, Microchip, Miss Sinister, Mr. M, Moonstar, Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers), Namor, New Mutants (Cannonball, Karma, Mirage (Danielle Moonstar), Sunspot, Wolfsbane), Polaris, Punisher (Frank Castle), Kitty Pryde, Juliana Sandoval, Amanda Sefton, Sentinels, Shadow King, Sebastian Shaw, Alysdane Stuart, Sunder, Sunspot, Tattooed Man, Milo Thurman, Upstarts (Trevor Fitzroy, Shinobi Shaw), Warpies, Wolfsbane, Wolverine (Logan/James Howlett), X-Men (Beast (Henry McCoy), Bishop, Colossus (Piotr Rasputin), Cyclops (Scott Summers), Dazzler (Alison Blaire), Havok (Alex Summers), Nightcrawler (Kurt Wagner), Phoenix, Professor X, Psylocke, Rogue, Sage, Storm (Ororo Munroe), Thunderbird (Neal Shaara), Wolverine (Logan/James Howlett)), Young X-Men (Anole, Blindfold, Cipher, Dust, Graymalkin, Ink, Rockslide, Wolf Cub)
Known Relatives: Anton Pierce (ancestor, deceased), Justin Pierce (nephew)
Aliases: White Bishop, White King; posed as Cyclops
Base of Operations: Mobile;
formerly New York City, New York; Australia; Boston, Massachusetts
First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men I#129 (January, 1980)
Powers/Abilities: Donald Pierce is currently a transmode virus enhanced human under at least partial control by Bastion. Though Pierce seems to have retained his cyborg enhancements, the extent of his control over his own form is unknown, such as whether or not he can infect other organic beings with the transmode virus, whether he has any free will of his own, whether or not he can regenerate, or whether or not he can regenerate after being blown apart.
Donald Pierce is a deadly cyborg with the bulk of his body made up of cybernetic enhancements. When his physical body was killed, Pierce was able to download his consciousness into electronic components and upload it into a new prepared body, so it is likely that little of his systems remain biological, though this has not been confirmed. Pierce is a genius with electronics, able to create deadly robots with personalities and offensive weaponry, and able to cybernetically enhance biological entities with electronic components. In addition, Pierce has enhanced his own system with various weapons, including hydraulic jumps, super strength, energy weapons, Tantalus webs, missiles, combat nannites, blue laser claws, electric shocks, psi-shielding, and an image inducer. Pierce also designed a portable energy-syphon, which could drain the power from technology.
Weight: 220 lbs.
(Cable II#49 (fb) - BTS) - In 1872, Anton Pierce purchased the Randall House in Boston, Massachusetts. Rich from cotton, rum, and slave trade, Anton was admitted into the Hellfire Club that year, and into the Inner Circle two years later. His descendant, Donald Pierce, was admitted generations later. Donald made Randall House his base of operations.
(Cable II#49 (fb) - BTS) - When Donald Pierce tried taking control of Albania, he was stopped by Cable, Iron Man, and a Soviet ally of theirs. Pierce lost some of his human flesh and had to replace it with cyborg parts. He grew to blame Cable for this as he became more and more metallic in later years.
(X-Men: Hellfire Club#4 (fb) - BTS) - Sebastian Shaw formed the Inner Circle of New York's Hellfire Club with those who sought power through evil with him. He recruited mutants Harry Leland, and Tessa, and cyborg Donald Pierce, who was indebted to Shaw. Pierce took the role of White Bishop in the club.
(X-Men Unlimited II#6 (fb)) - Telepath Emma Frost was recruited as well.
(Uncanny X-Men Annual II#2 (fb)) - At Shaw's order, Pierce programmed a Sentinel to hunt underwater, using Namor's DNA to track it. When Namor and the betrayer Emma Frost returned the attack, Shaw and Pierce's Sentinels held them off. Shaw had Selene erase Emma's memories of the event.
(Marvel Super-Heroes III#11/3) - The Inner Circle was engaged in an arms deal, working through their ally Coelho, when Tessa sensed Ms. Marvel in the rafters. Pierce leaped up and kicked her, then Leland sent her plummeting through the floor. Pierce jumped after her and struck her several times before she severed his cybernetic arm, then kicked him unconscious. She soon managed to escape.
(Uncanny X-Force I#17 (fb)) – During a recruitment drive, Pierce was boring Brian and Elizabeth Braddock (Captain Britain and Psylocke) with a story, and grew annoyed when Warren Worthington (Angel) pulled Elizabeth away.
(Uncanny X-Men I#129) - The Inner Circle, using new member Mastermind's connections to the X-Men through Phoenix, tracked the development of two new mutants, Kitty Pryde and Alison Blaire. They planned to recruit the new mutants before the X-Men could, and to destroy the X-Men if possible.
(Iron Age#3 (fb) – BTS) – Pierce got his hands on a component of Dr. Doom’s time machine and he worked to reverse engineer it. He designed a new weapon, a portable energy-syphon.
(Iron Age#3) – After Hellfire Club soldiers failed to bring Blaire back in, the Hellfire Club booked her for a private party. Shaw and Pierce were shocked when they saw Tony Stark (secretly Iron Man from the future) bring her in. After Dazzler’s performance, Pierce got word that Iron Man was battling soldiers down in his lab. He rushed down and drained Iron Man’s armor with the syphon then batted him aside, but was then waylaid by Blaire’s light bursts. Blaire and Iron Man soon escaped with the time machine component.
(Uncanny X-Men I#132) - Monitoring a Hellfire Club party, which was attended by Senator Robert Kelly, Pierce noted the arrival of Phoenix and Cyclops, in disguise. Pierce, Shaw, Leland, and Wyngarde assumed the rest of the X-Men had arrived as well and Mastermind immediately intensified his illusion powers on Phoenix once again. When Cyclops was captured, Colossus and Storm rushed to attack, with Nightcrawler and Wolverine doing so on the lower levels. Pierce attacked the latter two, getting Nightcrawler in a stranglehold. When Wolverine slashed at Pierce's cyborg arm, Pierce knocked Wolverine aside, where Leland increased Wolverine's mass, plunging him into the sewers, where they presumed him dead. With Phoenix on their side, the Inner Circle stood over their three captives.
(Uncanny X-Men I#133) - Pierce watched as Mastermind intensified his control over Phoenix. Wolverine soon attacked the party again.
(Uncanny X-Men I#134) - When Phoenix broke her control, she released the X-Men, and Pierce was immediately hit by Cyclops' optic blast. As Pierce checked on the wounded Shaw, Colossus, in his human form, grabbed Pierce, and Pierce easily knocked him aside. Colossus turned into metal and broke off Pierce's arm, but Pierce blinded Colossus with the electric burst that followed. Pierce soon found Shaw in the lower levels and they retreated, vowing to learn from their mistakes.
(Marvel Graphic Novel: The New Mutants (fb) - BTS) - Pierce transformed Cole, Reese, and Macon, three Hellfire Club soldiers who'd been badly wounded by Wolverine, into cyborgs like himself and they became loyal to Pierce.
(Marvel Graphic Novel: The New Mutants) - Pierce watched via camera the manifestation of powers in Sam Guthrie and Roberto DaCosta, in Kentucky and Brazil. When a third mutant, Danielle Moonstar, developed her powers, Pierce learned that Charles Xavier was planning to recruit her, and he planned to attack Xavier while he was away from his X-Men. Tessa warned him not to, stating that Shaw would be angry, but Pierce arrogantly boasted that he would soon control the entire Hellfire Club. Pierce sent his mercenaries to kill Xavier, who managed to stop them with his new students Xian Coy Manh and Rahne Sinclair, and learn from them telepathically who Pierce's next targets were. Moonstar promised revenge on Pierce as her grandfather Black Eagle had died in the attack. Pierce sent Cole, Reese, and Macon to Brazil, where they kidnapped young Juliana Sandoval to force DaCosta into working for them. When DaCosta tried freeing her, he attacked the cyborgs and was aided by Xian and Moonstar, but Juliana was killed by stray gunfire. More mercenaries recruited Guthrie, who was manipulated into attacking Xavier when he arrived in Kentucky. Pierce took Xavier and Tessa hostage and, in a secure facility in Kentucky, planned to drain their powers and the knowledge from their brains. As Guthrie sought to fight off the other four young mutants, Pierce quickly sought to finish with Xavier. Sinclair leapt at him and he tossed her aside, breaking her ribs. Then Moonstar tried frightening him, not knowing his cyborg systems had a built-in protection against psionic assaults, and the feedback knocked Moonstar out. DaCosta and Xian attacked and Guthrie held DaCosta back while Pierce handled Xian, who'd tried to possess him and who Pierce regarded as the most dangerous of the young mutants. When Pierce ordered Guthrie to kill the others, but Guthrie refused. Pierce drew a gun, intent on killing them himself, but Xavier had freed himself by then and managed to take mental control of Pierce through sheer force of will.
(Uncanny X-Men I#245 - BTS) - After months of captivity in Kentucky, Pierce broke himself out. Tessa discovered Shaw's facility was empty and wondered what Pierce was up to now.
(Uncanny X-Men I#249 (fb) - BTS) - Pierce took over a team called the Reavers, providing cyborg enhancements to deadly villains devoted to crime and completely loyal to him. The Reavers sought to reobtain their Australian headquarters, which the X-Men had commandeered. For months, the Reavers had teleported wherever they wanted in the world via the teleporting Gateway.
(Uncanny X-Men I#247) - Shaw and Tessa checked in with Robert Kelly after the X-Men battled the Master Mold/Nimrod machine, a battle in which Kelly's wife was killed. Pierce, Bonebreaker, and Lady Deathstrike watched them from afar, wondering how they could take down the X-Men, who were not viewable on the cameras. Pierce planned to lead the Reavers to revenge on them.
(Uncanny X-Men I#248) - Pierce and the Reavers (Lady Deathstrike, Reese, Cole, Macon, Prettyboy, Bonebreaker, and Skullbuster) trained against a Wolverine robot, easily destroyed. He reminded them the real Wolverine would be much tougher.
(Uncanny X-Men I#249 (fb) - BTS) - The Reavers, planning to kill the X-Men, watched their Australian headquarters for a number of days, waiting for Wolverine's return before they attacked.
(Uncanny X-Men I#249) - Lady Deathstrike, Cole, Reese, and Macon saw Colossus punch his easel full of pictures and she took time to admire the beauty of the artwork. With Pierce and Bonebreaker, Deathstrike noted what a tormented soul Colossus seemed, and Pierce reminded her of his orders to destroy the X-Men. He kissed Deathstrike, reminding her who was in charge.
(Uncanny X-Men I#251 (fb)) - The Reavers attacked Wolverine in Australia and staked him up on an x-shaped crucifix outside, leaving him to the mercy of the elements.
(Uncanny X-Men I#251) - Pierce continued beating and taunting Wolverine while the Reavers watched. When a noise was heard inside, they investigated, but found no one there, not knowing Jubilee had narrowly evaded them. A group of the Reavers saw the X-Men (Colossus, Dazzler, Havok, Psylocke) arrive on Gateway's bluff, but they escaped through the mystic Siege Perilous, which fell down as a small crystal when the heroes disappeared. Pierce tortured Wolverine further, frustrated that the mutant wouldn't scream, then destroyed the Siege Perilous crystal in front of him. When a massive storm hit, they went inside and left Wolverine to the elements. Lady Deathstrike resisted Pretty Boy's flirtations, and Pierce chastised Bonebreaker for wishing for Wolverine's death prematurely. Meanwhile, Jubilee helped Wolverine escape.
(Uncanny X-Men I#252) - Discovering that Wolverine had escaped, Pierce was furious, throwing the X-shaped crucifix at the Reavers. When Lady Deathstrike didn't back down, he kissed her passionately, but she walked away with the others to search for Wolverine. Though a bit frightened, the Reavers searched the expansive premises, destroying much of their personal property as they did so. Pierce designed three cyborg dingos to track Wolverine while Bonebreaker worked on tapping into the complex's electronic scanners, which could still track the X-Men. Prettyboy found a blade in Wolverine's room and planned to claim it, but Lady Deathstrike demanded it. He extended his eye filaments to rewrite her psychic software, but she severed the filaments and took the blade, threatening to kill him before walking away. Pierce lead the search as the night wore on and split the group into smaller teams; Lady Deathstrike refused to accompany him. Thinking they'd found Wolverine in the seepage-soaked ceiling, the Reavers opened fire and ended up washing the entire lake through the tunnels, flooding them. Only Lady Deathstrike and Pierce remained free. Deathstrike soon discovered a hidden room where Jubilee had been hiding Wolverine, and she waited for him to return and claim his sword. Wolverine attacked and destroyed the dingos, then Pierce was buried under a wall when Jubilee fired fireworks at it.
(Uncanny X-Men I#253) - Cole, Macon, and Reese complained about having to clean up the water out of the facility, but was pleased they weren't being retooled by Pierce like the other Reavers. Pierce shut down Bonebreaker's neural receptors when he kept complaining about the pain, then Pierce knocked Pretty Boy's head off when he taunted Pierce, and Skullbuster watched the interchange. Lady Deathstrike reported in that Wolverine and Jubilee were nowhere to be found. In actuality, she was letting the two mutants escape, wanting a fair battle with Wolverine another day. As punishment, Pretty Boy's head was grafted to a robotic body, and he vowed to get his body back and get revenge when the other Reavers teased him while target-shooting. Meanwhile, Pierce admired Lady Deathstrike diving and brushed her hair while he talked of his hatred of mutants and where Wolverine might seek refuge. The Reavers, noting that Deathstrike was wearing Pierce's cloak, heard Pierce's assumption that Wolverine had retreated to Muir Island. He planned to attack, leveling the island, killing the mutants there, and ordered that Banshee and Moira MacTaggert be killed.
(Uncanny X-Men I#254) - On Muir Island, Cole, Reese, and Macon opened fire on a boat carrying Alysdane Stuart, Amanda Sefton, and Banshee. Banshee was hit and the others abandoned ship before the boat exploded. Skullbuster, Bonebreaker, and Prettyboy attacked a room containing Sunder, several Warpie children, and Legion, who held off the Reavers with a force field. Legion soon dropped the shield and Sunder was shot. Tom Corsi and Polaris rushed in to fight back. Corsi destroyed Bonebreaker's tread, immobilizing him, and Polaris started dragging him toward her, causing him to panic and Prettyboy tried helping him escape. Legion destroyed the chain, seemingly helping the Reavers, then Skullbuster drew a gun on him, but Legion set him on fire while the mutants rushed off. Meanwhile, Cole, Reese, and Macon flew over the wreckage with their jet packs until Sefton scattered them with a magic burst of light. They rushed back at her, but she blocked their shots with a mystic shield, then tried trapping one in a spell, but their cyborg systems allowed them to escape. Sharon Friedlander opened fire on them, hitting Macon several times. They sent explosive shells at her and left her to fall, but Reese caught her, preferring to keep the two women captive for questioning. Sunder punched Skullbuster repeatedly until Prettyboy hit him with a blast, seemingly killing him.
(Uncanny X-Men I#255) - Banshee, healed, gave off a splitting sonic scream that hurt the ears of Bonebreaker, Skullbuster, and Prettyboy. When Bonebreaker tried firing off a missile, Banshee detonated it with sonics, severing Bonebreaker from him lower body. A super-strong Polaris grabbed Skullbuster, but Prettyboy knocked her aside, wrapped her in cables from his abdomen, and sedated her with a neurotoxin. Though he tried rewiring her brain with his filaments, Banshee severed them, grabbed Polaris, and tried to escape, but an invisible wall set by Legion stopped them, knocking them out. They returned the new prisoners to Cole, Reese, and a nearly repaired Macon, when Freedom Force attacked. Blob and Avalanche jumped down, scattering the, then Avalanche buried the others in a land mass. Lady Deathstrike attacked the ship, killing the pilots, and sending the other mutants aboard scattering. Pyro tried burning Skullbuster, Bonebreaker (who'd reattached himself), and Prettyboy, but they just absorbed the kinetic energy as additional power. Before Avalanche could give off another blast, Deathstrike cut him deeply, then Reese and Cole liquefied the ground under Blob, sending him plummeting. Mystique posed as Lady Deathstrike and opened fire on Cole, Reese, and Macon, but Pierce grabbed her, not sensing Deathstrike's cybernetic systems. Stonewall punched Pierce aside and Pierce killed him for the effort while Legion blocked Pyro's flames, bizarrely aiding Pierce. Skullbuster was nearly incinerated by an energy blast from Corsi, and the Reavers chose to cut their losses and return to fight another day. They teleported away, leaving the mutants to mourn their losses.
(Uncanny X-Men I#260) - Pilot Cylla Markham was hired to transport Banshee and Forge from Kyrinos, but Banshee asked her to go on without them. As she took off, her plane was shot down by Fenris (Andrea and Andreas Strucker).
(Uncanny X-Men I#261) - Posing as a doctor, Pierce sought out Cylla Markham in Athens, Greece, where the pilot had recently suffered terrible injuries. Deathstrike sedated the hospital staff while Pierce convinced Cylla to willingly join him.
(Punisher II#33) - When the American Microchip accessed the Reavers' database, the Bonebreaker traced it to New Jersey before Microchip broke off. Pierce assumed it was one of their mutant enemies and ordered Bonebreaker, Reese, and Prettyboy to handle it. Lady Deathstrike wanted to go, but Pierce ordered her to remain behind. They retrieved artillery (including Bonebreaker's new tracking system) and maps to the area they would be attacking and departed. At the site, Reese approached the Punisher, who denied the hack, and Reese opened fire on him. Punisher escaped through a trapdoor while Prettyboy took down the deadly Dalek, a spinning artillery machine. When Punisher shot off Pretty Boy's hand, the Reaver easily reattached it. Bonebreaker and Prettyboy burst through the wall and took down more artillery, using bullets and lasers to destroy it. They pursued Punisher and Microchip into the sewers, evading the building before it exploded. Pierce checked in with them remotely as Prettyboy, extending his arm, planted a tracer on Punisher's boat before his hand was blown off again. As the sewer exited into the river, Prettyboy shot down their raft. Bonebreaker noted that Punisher and Microchip didn't come up from the water.
(Punisher II#34) - The Reavers reported to Pierce and Lady Deathstrike that their targets were killed. Pierce ordered them to retrieve the bodies, so Prettyboy extended his limbs into the river, pulling up a car. They decided to retire until the police left and return later. At Pierce's safehouse, Prettyboy noted that another hacker was trying to access them. He converted his optic nerves into electronic impulses to trace the hacker, pushing electronic eyeballs out at Microchip on the other end. The Reavers attacked the location, a junkyard, and opened fire across the yard. A toy truck exploded under Reese, taking his legs off, and he rushed to reattach them. When they rounded a corner, they found an armored Punisher, who hit them with superior firepower. Reese stood guard while Bonebreaker tried repairing his broken tread and Prettyboy tried sending a remote signal to Pierce. When Microchip fired at Prettyboy, he attacked him, but Punisher shot his hands off again. Bonebreaker and Reese attacked Punisher and ripped through his armor, but he magnetized it and set it to explode. As he rushed off, the Reavers sustained more injuries and decided to flee, despite Pierce's displeasure.
(Uncanny X-Men I#262) - At Pierce's orders, the Reavers attacked Frost Technotics, a holding company of Emma Frost, the White Queen, in Blaylock, California. After destroying the facility, Prettyboy sought to torture a guard, but Deathstrike let him live, with a warning for the White Queen.
(Uncanny X-Men I#269) - As Pierce worked on making Cylla his new Skullbuster, with Lady Deathstrike watching and wondering if this is what Cylla truly wanted, Rogue unexpectedly dropped in among the other Reavers. They reported her presence to Pierce and he ordered her killed immediately. Bonebreaker moved to shoot her, but Ms. Marvel attacked, knocking him back. They called to Pierce, who said he was too busy to handle things. Rogue rushed to Gateway and stole his powers, teleporting she and Ms. Marvel away.
(Wolverine II#35) - Pierce sent Deathstrike to find Wolverine in Japan. When he brought her back, she requested to continue her search in Madripoor, and he reminded her that Gateway was an unwilling servant and that Madripoor was dangerous before sending her off again. Deathstrike soon returned, having learned that Wolverine was in Vancouver, British Columbia. Pierce recommended using indirect strategies with Gateway for her to teleport directly to Wolverine. Pierce taunted her as she disappeared, but soon realized she and Wolverine would now likely pass through a time vortex.
(Wolverine II#36) - As the vortex caused havoc around Gateway's bluff, Pierce, Bonebreaker, and Prettyboy tried getting to Gateway. Pierce worried that Deathstrike would alter the timestream inadvertently while trapped in the past.
(Wolverine II#37) - As Pierce worked on making a new robotic cyborg of a young girl, the time vortex spit out a piece of paper that helped he and Bonebreaker track Deathstrike's whereabouts to Germany in 1937. Pierce began worrying extensively that the timestream was damaged beyond repair, surmising that people had died due to Deathstrike and Wolverine's battle. Deathstrike soon returned and the time vortex dissipated. She nearly attacked Pierce's deadly new synthetic robot, the Wolverine-lookalike Albert, and showed her the true danger, the small robotic Elsie Dee.
(Wolverine II#38) - Pierce explained to Deathstrike that Elsie Dee was loaded with explosives and that she had the mentality of a five-year-old, not knowing that Bonebreaker had accidentally uploaded an increasing intelligence program into her instead. Albert and Elsie Dee began their mission to find Wolverine and kill him in California.
(Wolverine II#39) - After Pierce built and tested a new cybernetic arm for Deathstrike, he later learned that Albert and Elsie Dee had overcome their programming.
(Wolverine and the Punisher: Damaging Evidence#1) - The Reavers, including Pierce, Reese, Prettyboy, and Bonebreaker, set a trap for Wolverine in Hong Kong. When the mutant downed Reese, he managed to escape. Pierce then met with the Kingpin, who wanted Pierce to provide new technology. Pierce demanded the Punisher's head in payment or ten million for the job. Pierce agreed to hunt the Punisher.
(Spider-Man: Spirits Of The Earth (fb) ) - Donald Pierce was on hand when Angus Munro approached the Inner Circle for help in exploiting the massive sonic crystal he had uncovered in a subterranean lair beneath his family's castle Duncraig.
(Wolverine and the Punisher: Damaging Evidence#3) - Kingpin sent Pierce 50 million, having failed to kill the Punisher. He sent him the head of Damage, wanting Pierce to make a new cyborg out of him.
(Uncanny X-Men I#281) - The Reavers were drinking heavily and discussing how boring life in the Outback was when Cole said he heard something approaching. Pierce ordered him to shut up just as the Sentinels attacked, tearing into the villains with the intent to kill them. Shinobi Shaw and Trevor Fitzroy viewed the murders from afar. With only Pierce, Deathstrike, and Cylla left standing, the Sentinels closed in to kill Pierce. Deathstrike soon found her claws useless against the machines, which could self-repair, and Cylla knocked her aside. Pierce rushed out to Gateway and ordered him to send him to the one who'd sent the Sentinels. Pierce rushed through, but a few Sentinels made it after him. He landed in front of the White Queen and screamed at her just before the Sentinels killed him.
(Uncanny X-Men I#282) - Pierce's head and shoulders were delivered to Shinobi Shaw by Fitzroy.
(Domino I#3 (fb)) - Pierce was taken captive by Fitzroy and his consciousness and systems were downloaded, leaving his body a lifeless shell. Months later, a mysterious benefactor uploaded Pierce again, but with a new prime directive of building new cyborgs.
(Domino I#1 (fb) - BTS) - Pierce rebuilt the diminutive Pico's hands with cybernetic enhancements, giving him control over electric whips.
(Domino I#2 (fb) - BTS) - Establishing a base in the Yukon, Pierce rebuilt a new Skullbuster and decided to turn genius Milo Thurman into a cyborg subject to Pierce's will.
(Domino I#1 - BTS) - After having Thurman kidnapped, Pierce sent Pico and Lady Deathstrike to stop Domino, who was coming to save Milo.
(Domino I#2) - Domino defeated Pico and Deathstrike before she was knocked out. Pierce had her brought to his Yukon base and he revealed himself to her.
(Domino I#3) - As Pierce explained his plans for Thurman, and then for Domino, she attacked, but he hit her with an energy blast and knocked her to the ground. While delivering an electric charge through her body, and waiting for Thurman's conversion to be complete, Pierce told Domino of his survival. After torturing Thurman a bit more, Pierce ordered Skullbuster and Deathstrike to kill Domino, but she soon managed to defeat both Reavers. Domino retrieved a giant gun and fired it at Pierce, who managed to download his consciousness into the computers and transfer it to another body before Domino exploded the base.
(Cable II#47) - Reinstated to the Hellfire Club, Pierce put together a plot to get revenge on Cable, planning to involve Shaw and Fitzroy, but wanting the killing stroke for himself.
(Cable II#49 (fb) - BTS) - Shaw put Pierce in charge of the "Tomorrow Agenda" operation without giving him specifics on it. Pierce put a hit on Cable.
(Cable II#48 - BTS) - As the Club prepared to go after Cable, reporter Irene Merryweather began investigating Shaw. Pierce put a hit on her, having her entire office killed, but she survived with Cable's help.
(Cable II#49) - In Randall House, Pierce ate breakfast, barely tasting it, and reflecting on his power within the Inner Circle and his desire for revenge on Cable. Pierce soon heard Cable was investigating a Club operation in Algeria, and he rushed to take care of things himself, not knowing it was only a hologram Cable had set so he could storm Randall House. He fought against Paladin, who'd been hired to guard the place, and fought several soldiers, including Taft, who killed himself rather than betray the Circle. Cable learned Pierce was sending arms to Switzerland.
(Cable II#50) - In London, Pierce shared his frustrations with Shaw about not knowing the full story about the Tomorrow Agenda. Shaw took Pierce to the basement of the mansion of deceased Circle member Harry Manners, where they found a large bulk of machinery left by the ancient Apocalypse, who'd once tried taking over the Hellfire Club in the 1800s. Near to opening the mechanism, Shaw introduced Pierce to their ally Ch'Vayre, who Pierce immediately distrusted. As they waited impatiently for the machinery to open, Cable attacked. Finally the Harbinger of Apocalypse awakened and attacked Cable in a fury. Cable and the Harbinger fought across the city while Shaw, Pierce, and Ch'Vayre moved to investigate another holding of Apocalypse.
(Cable II#51) - As the Hellfire Club operatives sought to wipe Cable out, Shaw, Pierce, and Ch'Vayre hiked through the frozen Alps, following Ch'Vayre, who Pierce still didn't trust. Pierce, who didn't need a coat for the cold, continued to doubt the wisdom of the plan. Shaw reminded Pierce that the success of the operation would determine Pierce's ongoing value to the Hellfire Club.
(Cable II#52) - Using special binoculars, Pierce found an Egyptian statue surrounded by hieroglyphics, and he told Ch'Vayre he could live a little longer. As they prepared to break into the massive fortress, Ch'Vayre reminded them of the automated defenses, just as a series of laser cannons started firing and killing the Hellfire Club operatives. Pierce ordered the men to destroy the cannons as Ch'Vayre lead them farther in. Meanwhile, Cable approached, and his temporary ally Wilhelm Lohmer (formerly Master Man) was killed by Hellfire soldiers.
(Cable II#53) - Pierce kicked down a door and inside they found a room full of alien technology. Just as Pierce prepared to finally kill Ch'Vayre, Cable arrived and Pierce immediately launched himself into an attack. As they fought across the room, Shaw imprisoned Ch'Vayre in one of the machines, and Cable soon shattered one of Pierce's hands with a telekinetic blast then knocked Pierce briefly unconscious. As the building crashed down around them, Pierce rushed out after Shaw while Cable tried to free Ch'Vayre. Shaw escaped in a helicopter and Pierce tried to follow, but Shaw cut him loose, reminding him of his failure. Pierce screamed as he fell to the Earth.
(Wolverine II#141 (fb)) - Abandoned by Shaw, and barely surviving the fall from several hundred feet, Pierce eventually found Cable's abandoned Sky Cycle. Using it to discover Cable's Swiss Alp safehouse, Pierce used Cable's technology to repair himself and assumed control of his cyber sentries. With the sentries' assistance, Pierce was able to locate a small cache of Adamantium, which he used to augment his reconstructed form.
(Wolverine II#141) - With his reconstruction nearly completed, Pierce found his hideaway had been infiltrated by Wolverine and Jubilee. Explaining his survival and discovery of the Adamantium, Pierce engaged Wolverine, soon taking the fight outside the chalet while boasting that his enhancements made him invincible. While preparing to finish off Wolverine, Pierce was confronted by the enigmatic Khyber, who claimed that the technology Pierce used actually belonged to him and that he would pay for stealing it. Left alone while Wolverine went to rescue Jubilee from the chalet before Khyber's men lay total waste to it, Khyber tore one of Pierce's arms off and severely damaged Pierce before teleporting away.
(New Mutants II#5 (fb) - BTS) - Seeking to recruit more to his cause against mutants and to begin a new Reavers team, Pierce organized several young men into following them, including Duncan. He ordered them to bring more recruits back.
(New Mutants II#5) - As Pierce lectured the potential new recruits, he was asked by the brash Josh Foley if they had to be made cyborgs. Making an example of the arrogant Foley, Pierce hovered to him, then sliced Foley's hand to show him an example of the danger they faced. Pierce revealed his plan to lead the X-Men and their students into a trap by using Walter Barrett, father of the mutant Sofia Mantega. The Reavers soon took Barrett and his employee Derek hostage, and waited for the mutants to arrive. Duncan and Josh were questioned by Sofia and her mutant allies David Alleyne, Laurie Collins, and Kevin Ford. As Foley discovered he was a mutant with the ability to heal, Collins scared off the Reavers with her pheromone powers. Pierce grabbed Collins by the neck, his blades digging into her back.
(New Mutants II#6) - The Reavers tried attacking Sofia, but an escaped Derek aided her, then Karma possessed their minds and forced their surrender. As Pierce dropped Collins' body, Ford rushed at him, using his death touch to decay Pierce's coat. As Pierce wasted away, he called out to Foley for help, but Foley chose to heal Collins instead. Moonstar stopped Ford from killing Pierce, and ordered Pierce be taken to a hospital immediately. The Reavers attacked Foley at his home later, and Foley's parents chose to let it happen, disgusted their son was a mutant.
(New Mutants II#13 (fb) - BTS) - His flesh still off his bones, Pierce was incarcerated in the Cage, an international prison, where an energy field turned off his cybernetics, keeping him barely alive. He was scheduled to be executed months later.
(New Mutants II#13) - Pierce's nephew, Justin, an FBI agent, visited Pierce, who was disgusted to see Justin. Justin informed Pierce that if he testified against Ford, who was being implicated in other murders, they would stay his execution. Pierce agreed, on the condition that he could return to an American prison. At the New York airport later, Pierce was being led by federal agents when he extended a blade from his arm, killed his guards, and escaped. Pierce rushed off, letting Justin live, and quickly contacted Duncan and the other Reavers so they could get revenge on Foley, who'd joined Xavier's school. Attaching new skin to his face, Pierce told the Reavers that this mission would determine their worthiness to receive cybernetic enhancements. Monitoring the FBI stations at the X-Men's mansion, Pierce confirmed that Foley was on-campus before moving in. With helmets guarding them from telepathy, the Reavers were immediately attacked by Wolfsbane, Cannonball, Sunspot, Magma, Moonstar, and Karma. Wolfsbane defeated Duncan, letting him go soon after, while Sunspot knocked the helmets off the others, giving Karma mental control of them. Cannonball disarmed Pierce, Moonstar toppled him, then Magma silenced his threats with several balls of lava.
(Uncanny X-Men I#454 (fb) - BTS) - Pierce planned to seize Shaw's control of the Hellfire Club. He designed a new group of cybernetic mercenaries and called them the Cleaning Crew.
(Uncanny X-Men I#453) - Pierce attacked the Paris branch of the Hellfire Club taking down the new Inner Circle (Sage, Sebastian Shaw, Sunspot) and Bishop and Storm of the X-Men, with Tantalus webs.
(Uncanny X-Men I#454) - When Storm managed to free her way free from the webs, Pierce ordered the Cleaning Crew after them. While Storm fought them, Pierce taunted his remaining captives, deciding who to kill first. Wolverine and Nightcrawler joined Storm, helping her defeat the Cleaning Crew, and Wolverine killed many of them. Wolverine attacked Pierce, who was barely phased at being cut. Pierce fired missiles full of combat nannites from his fingertips, and the missiles exploded on Wolverine's skull. Pierce explained that they'd been specifically designed to deal with Wolverine's healing factor, then hit Wolverine with an electric shock before sprouting claws of his own and tearing the mutant's skin repeatedly. As Nightcrawler battled more Cleaning Crew, Pierce taunted him until Storm arrived, defeating the cyborgs. As Pierce had defenses against Storm's powers, Storm tried tossing her sharp tiara at him, just as Pierce hit her with an energy blast. Wolverine deflected the tiara, however, allowing Sage and Shaw to get free. Shaw and Pierce battled, then, and Shaw absorbed the kinetic energy from the repeated blows. Generating blue laser claws from his fingers, Pierce mortally wounded Shaw, who managed to muster the last of his strength and punch Pierce's head off. As the head bounced across the floor, Pierce's body collapsed in a heap.
(X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001) - Manipulated by the Shadow King, Pierce sent the Reavers to capture Rogue, who was staying in a hotel with a faction of the X-Men. The Reavers (Bonebreaker, Cole, Macon, Prettyboy, Reese, Skullbuster) attacked, ordered to kill all but Rogue, but Bishop, Thunderbird, Sage (Tessa, who'd joined the X-Men), and Storm helped defeat them. Rogue went to confront Pierce (controlled by Shadow King) directly, but he took her by surprise, knocking her out with a punch. When Rogue managed to defeat Shadow King, the Reavers were arrested.
(X-Force III#3) - Pierce was at his base in Prague, getting his cybernetics updated, when members of the Purifiers burst in to retrieve him. He fired on them, but willingly went with them when their artillery proved superior to his. Later, Cameron Hodge, the Leper Queen, Graydon Creed, Stephen Lang, Bolivar Trask, Donald Pierce, and William Stryker were infected with a strain of the Phalanx virus and put under the direct control of Bastion. Matthew Risman, leader of the Purifiers, watched the process, which was incredibly painful for those who'd been living. Bastion surmised that Pierce and the Reavers had been responsible for 348 mutant deaths.
(X-Force III#4) - Pierce and the others stood by while Bastion issued orders to the Purifiers.
(X-Force III#6) - As the Purifiers were destroyed by X-Force, Bastion took Hodge and the others away with him.
(X-Force III#7) - Pierce put together plans to kill mutants.
(Young X-Men#1 (fb) - BTS) - Pierce put together a plan to pose as Cyclops, who'd recently disbanded Xavier's school, and recruit wayward mutants into thinking they were X-Men, then assassinating other mutants.
(Young X-Men#1) - Pierce found Wolf Cub in Erfurt, Germany, preparing to kill Maximus Lobo, but convinced him to join the X-Men team instead. "Cyclops" then tracked Dust to Bakwa, Afghanistan; Ink to a jail La Jolla, California; and Rockslide, who he had to blast through the window with his "optic blast", in Naples, Florida. Rockslide demanded that his friend Blindfold join the team with him as she'd already had a precognitive vision of the team being formed. Pierce took the young mutants back to the subbasements in Westchester, where he planned to train them in the Danger Cave. He told them that Cannonball, Sunspot, Magma, and former mutant Moonstar had formed a new Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.
(Young X-Men#6 (fb) - BTS) - Seeing Blindfold as a wildcard, Pierce (as himself) contacted Ink and offered a large sum of cash for Blindfold to be delivered to Pierce. Ink was not aware of Pierce posing as Cyclops.
(Young X-Men#2) - Pierce trained the young mutants in honing their killing skills over the following three weeks. After witnessing a disastrous training against the New Mutants in the Danger Cave, "Cyclops" lectured the recruits on how important killing now was. The next day, he chose two targets, Magma and Moonstar, and divided them into two teams. Ink easily defeated both Blindfold (his only teammate on the mission) and Moonstar while the others began battling Magma.
(Young X-Men#3) - Ink delivered Moonstar and Blindfold to Pierce in his base in Manhattan, where Mole Man had left behind a series of deep tunnels. After monitoring Cannonball and Sunspot at the Hellfire Club, he disguised himself as Cyclops again and heard Ink's lies about not finishing the mission and Blindfold being taken hostage by Moonstar. The others returned with a captive Magma, but Dust was transformed into glass and kept in the infirmary. "Cyclops" discussed Wolf Cub's killing instinct with him, then confirmed they'd go after the others tomorrow. He later returned to the tunnels, where Pierce revealed himself to Moonstar and Blindfold, breaking up a fight between them.
(Young X-Men#4) - "Cyclops" tested out Ink's fighting prowess, noting his new tattoos and the new powers they gave him. He soon sent the others against Cannonball and Sunspot, claiming he needed to remain behind as back-up. Just as the mutants moved in, "Cyclops" was attacked by the strange Jonas Graymalkin, who put out the lights in order to increase his strength in the dark. Graymalkin quickly destroyed Pierce's image inducer, taking away the Cyclops illusion.
(Young X-Men#5) - Pierce soon managed to get the lights back up and knocked Graymalkin into Dust, who shattered, inadvertently freeing Magma as well. Pierce teleported back to the tunnels as Magma helped Dust heal. After the Young X-Men discovered Pierce's true identity, they went with him to the tunnels, where he attacked the young group. After Dust tore the flesh from his form, leaving his creepy skeleton beneath, Pierce slashed into Wolf Cub, killing him. Rockslide then defeated Pierce, but refused to kill him at the dying Wolf Cub's request.
(Young X-Men#6) - In a cell with the flesh still off his face, Pierce treated Dust sardonically when she visited him, telling him that his prejudice and hate reminded her of home.
(Young X-Men#7) - Dust continued visiting Pierce in his cell, though he was allowed to walk the grounds freely with her. With his face now with new flesh, he continued taunting her with his knowledge, knowing she wanted to know which of her team was not a mutant. She revealed that she continued talking to him because he didn't care, and she revealed that she was dying. He then revealed that Ink was not a mutant, but that his tattoo artist was.
(Young X-Men#10) - Pierce offered to help cure Dust if she would let him out of his cell.
(X-Force III#12) - While in the X-Men's prison, Pierce continued taunting Dust even while he used his cybernetics to record the headquarters blueprints and sent them back to Bastion.
(X-Force III#13) - Pierce, from his cell, taunted Dust that soon her friends would die, knowing the plans Bastion had set into motion.
(Young X-Men#11) - Pierce continued manipulating Dust on her visits to his cell. She soon helped him escape, but the security system registered it immediately. They rushed toward an escape ship, but were blocked by Beast, Cyclops, Moonstar, Sunspot, and Wolverine. Faced with the decision of helping Pierce or attacking her friends, Dust turned on Pierce, ripping the flesh off his skull again. Pierce held his own against the mutants until the Young X-Men (Anole, Cipher, Graymalkin, Ink, Rockslide) attacked. The battle paused when Dust appeared to have died.
(Young X-Men#12) - A furious Rockslide savagely launched himself at Pierce, but he was convinced not to kill Pierce, who was placed back in his cell. Dust was later revived by Ink.
(X-Force III#19) - Pierce reported in to Bastion regarding the X-Men's activities. Pierce complained about having to remain captive, but Bastion ordered him to remain until his orders changed.
(X-Necrosha#1) - While in his cell on Utopia, alongside Sebastian Shaw, the Tattooed Man, and Empath, Donald Pierce saw deceased mutants Harry Leland and Shinobi Shaw attack. He transmitted back to Bastion that these men had the techno-organic virus in their system.
(New Mutants IV#12) - In his holographic prison, Donald Pierce smiled, prepared to act on Bastion's orders.
(X-Men: Legacy#235) - Pierce successfully dismantled Cerebra, causing painful psychic feedback in the X-Men's telepaths.
(Uncanny X-Men#524) - Still successfully convincing Danger that he was in captivity, Pierce was ordered by Bastion to destroy the X-Men's modes of transportation, beginning with their planes.
(New Mutants IV#13) - Acting on intelligence from Pierce, Bastion took out the X-Men's last teleporter, the Vanisher, and Pierce eagerly moved in to destroy the ships. He did so, after activating a containment shell over the island, and was attacked by Wolverine, X-23, Magma, Namor, and Cyclops. After he was torn to pieces, he screamed in their faces about Bastion's plans to annihilate them, then was decapitated by Cyclops.
(Uncanny X-Men III#5) - Donald Pierce interacted among other criminals aboard the Queen Kathleen ship.
Comments: Created by Chris Claremont, John Byrne, and Terry Austin.
Thanks to G Morrow and Mike Fichera for help! Thanks to OmegaTherion for the main image!
came first? The egg or the chicken? The White King or the White Bishop?
Between Uncanny X-Men I#245-252 Pierce was referenced as the former
King of the Hellfire Club. Since then he was always called the White
Bishop in connection with the Hellfire Club. Donald even has his own
profile as White Bishop in the OHOTMU Master Edition.
The placement of Uncanny X-Men Annual II#2 is difficult as Selene is part of the club, but she didn't join until after Pierce had been kicked out and incarcerated. For the purpose of this profile, we'll assume that Pierce was temporarily out of prison and associating with the Hellfire Club for a time.
Profile by Chadman.
Donald Pierce has no known connections to
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Master Edition#19, White Bishop entry main image
Young X-Men#7, p18, pan5 (face)
Uncanny X-Men I#252, cover (with Reavers)
Cable II#51, p15, pan1 (in red costume)
Young X-Men#5, p2, pan4 (with claws)
Uncanny X-Men I#129 (January, 1980) - Chris Claremont (writer), John Byrne (penciler), Terry Austin (inker), Roger Stern (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#132-134 (April-June, 1980) - Chris Claremont (writer), John Byrne (penciler), Terry Austin (inker), Roger Stern (editor)
Marvel Graphic Novel: New Mutants (1982) - Chris Claremont (writer), Bob McLeod (penciler/inker), Louise Simonson (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#245 (June, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Rob Liefeld (penciler), Dan Green (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#247 (August, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (penciler), Dan Green (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#248 (September, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Jim Lee (penciler), Dan Green (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#249 (October, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (penciler), Dan Green (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#251 (November, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (penciler), Dan Green (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#252 (November, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Rick Leonardi (penciler), Kent Williams (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#253 (November, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (penciler), Steve Leiahoia (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#254-255 (December, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (penciler), Dan Green (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#261 (May, 1990) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (penciler), Dan Green (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Punisher II#33-34 (May, 1990) - Mike Baron (writer), Bill Reinhold (penciler), Mark Farmer (inker), Rob Tokar (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#262 (June, 1990) - Chris Claremont (writer), Kieron Dwyer (penciler), Josef Rubinstein (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#269 (October, 1990) - Chris Claremont (writer), Jim Lee (penciler), Art Thibert (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Wolverine II#35-39 (January-May, 1991) - Larry Hama (writer), Marc Silvestri (penciler), Dan Green (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Spider-Man: Spirits of the Earth (March, 1991) - Charles Vess (writer, pencils, inks), Jim Salicrup (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#281 (October, 1991) - John Byrne, Jim Lee (writers), Whilce Portacio (penciler), Art Thibert (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#282 (November, 1991) - John Byrne (writer), Whilce Portacio (plot/pencils), Art Thibert (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Marvel Super-Heroes III#11 (October, 1992) - Chris Claremont, Simon Furman (writers), Mike Vosburg (penciler), Mike Gustovich (inker), Rob Tokar (editor)
Wolverine and the Punisher: Damaging Evidence#1 (October, 1993) - Carl Potts (writer), Gary Erskine (penciler/inker), Greg Wright, Rob Tokar (editors)
Wolverine and the Punisher: Damaging Evidence#3 (December, 1993) - Carl Potts (writer), Gary Erskine (penciler/inker), Greg Wright, Rob Tokar (editors)
Domino I#1-3 (January-March, 1997) - Ben Raab (writer), David Perrin (penciler), Harry Candelario (inker), Mark Bernardo (editor)
Cable II#47 (October, 1997) - James Robinson (writer), Rob Haynes (penciler), Scott Hanna (inker), Mark Powers (editor)
Cable II#48 (November, 1997) - James Robinson (writer), Ladronn (penciler), Juan Vlasco (inker), Mark Powers (editor)
Cable II#49 (December, 1997) - James Robinson (writer), Ladronn (penciler), Juan Vlasco, Scott Hanna (inkers), Mark Powers (editor)
Cable II#52 (March, 1998) - Joe Casey (writer), German Garcia (penciler), Jon Holdredge (inker), Mark Powers (editor)
Cable II#53 (April, 1998) - Joe Casey (writer), Ladronn (penciler), Juan Vlasco (inker), Mark Powers (editor)
Wolverine II#142 (August, 1999) - Erik Larsen and Eric Stephenson (story), Leinil Francis Yu and Dexter Vines (art), Mark Powers (editor)
X-Men: Hellfire Club#4 (April, 2000) - Ben Raab (writer), Charlie Adlard (penciler/inker), Mark Powers (editor)
X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001 (February, 2002) - Chris Claremont (writer), Salvador Larroca (penciler), Sandu Horca (inker), Andrew Lis, Mark Powers (editors)
New Mutants II#5 (November, 2003) - Nunzio Defillipis, Christina Weir (writers), Mark Robinson (penciler), Aaron Sowd, Wayne Faucher, Scott Elmer (inkers), CB Cebulski (editor)
New Mutants II#6 (December, 2003) - Nunzio Defillipis, Christina Weir (writers), Mark Robinson (penciler), Pat Davidson, Scott Elmer (inkers), CB Cebulski (editor)
New Mutants II#13 (June, 2004) - Nunzio Defillipis, Christina Weir (writers), Khary Rhandolph (penciler), Rich Perotta (inker), Mike Marts (editor)
X-Men Unlimited II#6 (February, 2005) - Tony Bedard (writer), Paul Pelletier (penciler), Dave Meikis (inker), Sean Ryan (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#453-454 (February-March, 2005) - Chris Claremont (writer), Andy Park (penciler), Jon Sibal (inker), Mike Marts (editor)
X-Force III#3-4 (June-July, 2008) - Craig Kyle, Chris Yost (writers), Clayton Crain (penciler/inker), John Barber (editor)
Young X-Men#1-2 (May-June, 2008) - Marc Guggenheim (writer), Yanick Paquette (penciler), Ray Snyder (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
Young X-Men#3 (July, 2008) - Marc Guggenheim (writer), Yanick Paquette (penciler), Ray Snyder, Kris Justice (inkers), Nick Lowe (editor)
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Young X-Men#6-7 (November-December, 2008) - Marc Guggenheim (writer), Ben Oliver (penciler/inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
Uncanny X-Men Annual II#2 (March, 2009) - Matt Fraction (writer), Mitch Breitweiser, Daniel Acuna (pencilers/inkers), Nick Lowe (editor)
Young X-Men#10 (March, 2009) - Marc Guggenheim (writer), Ben Oliver (penciler/inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Force III#12-13 (April-May, 2009) - Craig Kyle, Christopher Yost (writers), Clayton Crain (penciler/inker), John Barber (editor)
Young X-Men#11-12 (March-April, 2009) - Marc Guggenheim (writer), Rafa Sandoval (penciler), Roger Bonet (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Force III#19 (November, 2009) - Craig Kyle, Christopher Yost (writers), Mike Choi (penciler), Sonia Oback (inker), John Barber, Jeanine Schaeffer (editors)
X-Necrosha#1 (December, 2009) - Craig Kyle & Christopher Yost (writers), Clayton Crain (artist), Jeanine Schaefer & Nick Lowe (editors)
New Mutants IV#12 (June, 2010) - Zeb Wells (writer), Ibraim Roberson (artist), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men: Legacy#235 (June, 2010) - Mike Carey (writer), Greg Land (pencils), Jay Leisten (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#524 (July, 2010) - Matt Fraction (writer), Terry Dodson (pencils), Rachel Dodson (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
New Mutants IV#13 (July, 2010) - Zeb Wells (writer), Ibraim Roberson (pencils), Lan Medina (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
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Last updated: 12/15/2018
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