Membership: David Chan, Jean Grey, Nate Grey, Psychadelia, Sarah (Model#00-1468), Scott Summers; various other unidentified humans, mutants and A. I.s
Purpose: Government-appointed police officers
Affiliations: The U.S. President, Professor Xavier
Enemies: Wolverine and his supporters
Base of Operations: X-Men training school
First Appearance: X-Men Millennial Visions (August, 2000)
(X-Men Millennial Visions - "Utopia" (fb)) - The X-Men were caught up in a great war between humans and mutants. During the war, Wolverine suffered a massive brain injury that, despite his healing factory healing the missing tissue, caused a major personality change and increased his violent tendacies. In the war's final days, the X-Men saved the U.S. President from a mutant assassin, changing most of the world's view on mutants and transforming the world into a more hopeful and cooperative utopia.
(X-Men Millennial Visions - "Utopia") - Scott Summers and Jean Grey transformed the X-Men into a government-appointed police force that was divided into four or five member squads to police certain areas, with each squad containing one human, two or three mutants and one artificial intelligence. While the A. I.s acted as X-Men squad members to ensure the missions were legal, Storm was made headmaster of the X-Men training school with her squad comprised of Nate Grey, Psychadelia (a female mutant capable of project auditory, visual and olfactory hallucinations), the human David Chan and the A. I. Sarah. Despite the utopian society, the X-Men were still needed to defend Earth against the brain-damaged terrorist Wolverine, who viewed Scott and Jean's actions as a complete sellout to Professor Xavier's ideals. Wolverine and his supporters became the X-Men's nemeses as the mutant hero team continued to deal with the social issues of their new society.
Comments: Created by J. H. Williams and Mick Gray.
Professor Xavier was not seen, only mentioned. It was also suggested in the text that Xavier could have died but it was never outright stated.
Like all Millennial Visions stories, the story was 2 pages: 1 page of text & 1 page with images, meaning that the main image was the only image available.
To clarify who is who in the image (clockwise from left): Sarah (armored, black-haired female), Storm, Jean Grey, Scott Summers, David Chan (black-haired, darker-skinned male), Nate Grey, Psychadelia (multi-colored female) and the terrorist Wolverine (who was not a member of the X-Men).
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X-Men Millennial Visions, p2, splash page (X-Men main image)
X-Men Millennial Visions (August, 2000) - "Utopia" - J. H. Williams (writer, art), Mick Gray (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
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