Real Name: Unrevealed
Identity/Class: Human mutant, Australian citizen
Occupation: Aborigine shaman
Group Membership: None
Affiliations: The Druid (Sebastian Druid), Elektra
Natchios, Elsie-Dee & Albert, Exiles (Siena Blaze, Amber Hunt,
Juggernaut/Cain Marko, Reaper/Pantu Hurageb, Shuriken/Brittany Chien, Strike/Brandon Tark), Generation
X (Banshee/Sean Cassidy, Chamber/Jonothon Starsmore, Husk/Paige
Guthrie, Jubilee/Jubilation Lee, M/Claudette & Nicole St. Croix,
Penance/Monet St. Croix, Skin/Angelo Espinoza, Synch/Everett Thomas,
White Queen/Emma Frost), Karma (Xi'an Coy Manh), Madelyne Pryor,
Manifold (Eden Fesi), Mantra (Lauren Sherwood), Mystique (Raven Darkholme),
Quake (Daisy Johnson), Roma, Spiral (Rita Wayword), Tyger Tiger (Jessan
Hoan), Ultraforce (Black Knight/Dane Whitman, Cromwell, Ghoul, Topaz,
Prime/Kevin Greene, Prototype), Wolverine (Skrull), X-Force (Deadpool/"Wade Wilson,"
E.V.A., Fantomex/Charlie Cluster-7, Nightcrawler/Kurt Darkholme,
Psylocke/Betsy Braddock, Wolverine/James Howlett), X-Men (Beast/Hank
McCoy), Bishop/Lucas Bishop, Cannonball/Sam Guthrie, Cyclops/Scott
Summers, Colossus/Piotr Rasputin, Gambit/Remy LeBeau, Iceman/Bobby
Drake, Phoenix/Jean Grey, Professor X/Charles Xavier, Rogue/Anne Marie,
Sage, Storm/Ororo Munroe, Thunderbird/Neil Shaara), X-Men of Earth-295
(Jean Grey, Sabretooth/Victor Creed)
Enemies: Emplate (Marius St. Croix),
Magneto (Max Eisenhardt), Marauders, Mojo, Onslaught, Phoenix Force, Reavers (Bonebreaker, Wade Cole,
Lady Deathstrike/Yuriko Oyama, Angelo Macon, Donald
Pierce, Pretty Boy, Murray Reese, Skullbuster and unidentified others), Shadow
King, Doctor Lian Shen, Ultimaton
Known Relatives: None (see comments)
"The little troll" (nickname used by Banshee), "Sunbeam" (nickname used
by Chamber), "Gram'pa Geek," "Slimeball little crud-wad," "that old
geek onna hill," "old man" (nicknames used by Jubilee), "Yoda,"
"munchkin face," "pipsqueak" (nicknames used by Prime), "Ol'
coot" (nickname used by Skullbuster), "old abo," "Gates" (nickname used
Base of Operations: Unrevealed;
formerly mobile throughout the world;
formerly the Massachusetts Academy, Massachusetts;
formerly near a ghost town in the Australian outback, Australia
First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men I#229 (May,
Gateway possessed the mutant ability to open teleportational gateways
that can instantaneously transport people to any location on Earth even
if he himself had never been there before. He was also able to teleport
to other dimensions such as Otherplace and the Ultraverse
(Earth-93060). Gateway had limited telepathy, able to communicate
telepathically and sense when people he had teleported needed to
return. An Aborigine shaman, he could access Dreamtime and was well
versed in the Songlines, which offered him unrevealed insights into the
workings of past, present and future. While in Dreamtime, Gateway could
also reach out to other people's minds and drag them into the Dreamtime
mindscape. Capable of levitation, he could hover for hours while
meditating and teach others how to achieve this as well. Gateway was
practiced in the use of a bull-roarer, which he used to focus his
teleportational abilities. Though capable of speech, he usually
prefered not to communicate verbally. He was a competent flutist.
Weight: 80 lbs.
History: (X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001 (fb) - BTS) - Through unrevealed means, Gateway obtained one of Destiny's diaries that told of future events. He held on to it for safekeeping.
(Secret Warriors I#4 (fb) - BTS) - Learning of fellow indigenous Australian Eden Fesi, Gateway began to mentor the boy in the
use of his teleportation powers. At the same time, Nick Fury became
aware of Fesi's existence and marked him as a potentional recruit
(codenamed a "caterpillar").
(Generation X I#1 (fb) - BTS) - At some unrevealed point,
Gateway learned of Monet St. Croix (actually
her two younger twin sisters posing as Monet following her absence).
He started mentoring the young girl in the use of her abilities for
quite some time until he was forced to quit under unrevealed
X-Men I#229 (fb) - BTS) - When the band of cybernetic criminals known
as the Reavers established a base in the Australian outback, they
discovered Gateway and his teleportation powers. They forced him to
work for them, promising that if he didn't, the Reavers would destroy
the nearby Aborigine holy places "beyond all hope of reconsecration."
The destruction would mean his people would never know peace, forced to
walk the dreamlands forever. Not wanting his relatives enslaved to the
outsign spirits, Gateway begrudgingly began teleporting the looting
Reavers across the world.
(Uncanny X-Men I#229) - After returning the Reavers from a raid in Singapore, during which they captured financial expert Jessan Hoan, Gateway was once again verbally abused by the Reavers, who warned "the ol' coot" what would happen should he ever decide to turn against them.
(Uncanny X-Men I#229 - BTS) - Later that night, during their usual post-loot celebration, the Reavers were attacked by the X-Men, who made short work of the drunk, disorganized cyborgs. Only Skullbuster, Bonebreaker and Pretty Boy were able to get away and headed for Gateway's perch.
(Uncanny X-Men I#229) - Chased by Wolverine, Dazzler and Storm, the three Reavers reached Gateway who quietly teleported them away. Furious to see someone aiding the enemy, Wolverine was ready to kill "the old abo" to make sure he couldn't bring them back. Storm stopped him, claiming she sensed he wasn't a Reaver, let alone a villain in spite of his actions. Gateway later joined the X-Men when they had rounded up the remaining Reavers and were trying to decide what to do with them. They were all surprised by the arrival of Roma, who presented the team with the Siege Perilous through which all the Reavers went to be judged by the highest of powers. He was also present when Jessan Hoan was returned to Singapore by Roma, who left the Siege in the X-Men's charge before departing herself.
(Uncanny X-Men I#230) - During a training exercise, Rogue
spotted Gateway sitting atop his rock overlooking the former Reaver base
the X-Men had taken over as their headquarters. She briefly wondered
about his purpose or possible family, before her teammates attacked her.
(Uncanny X-Men I#230 - BTS) - While investigating the
X-Men's new base, Longshot discovered the Reavers' massive treasure
cave. The psycho-sensitive Longshot was overwhelmed by the tidal wave of
emotions and histories he picked up from the stolen objects. He was
later found unconscious by his teammates.
(Uncanny X-Men I#230) - Trying to cope with the sweltering
Australian heat, Rogue, Wolverine and Havok were astonished to find the
temperature extremes seemingly didn't bother Gateway, who remained on
his rock, observing his new neighbors. In an attempt to get acquainted,
Rogue prepared a basket of food and offered it to Gateway, who silently
accepted the gift.
(Uncanny X-Men I#230 - BTS) - After Longshot came to and
told the X-Men about the hurt and pain locked in the Reavers' stolen
goods, they decided to return it all to the rightful owners.
(Uncanny X-Men I#230) - On Christmas Eve, the team finished going through the piles of pilaged goods. Rogue approached Gateway once again, asking if he would be willing to help them. Again keeping quiet, he used his powers to open a gateway. Psylocke telepathically informed him where they needed to go and for several hours he teleported them across seven continents until their job was complete. On Christmas morning, Rogue once again went to Gateway to thank him for his help, bringing a piece of cake and a wooden flute as a gift. Ready to leave when he once again remained silent, Rogue was pleasantly surprised when Gateway gestured her to sit down while he played the flute for her.
(Uncanny X-Men I#231) - Gateway observed Colossus' growing frustration at being stuck in his armored form and not being able to see his sister Illyana or even tell her he and the other X-Men were still alive. Somehow sensing the importance of Colossus being reunited with his sister (see comments), he came down from his mountain top and entered the village looking for Peter. Beckoning the young Russian to follow him, Gateway teleported him to Otherplace (Belasco's limbo) where Illyana (as Magik) was fighting for her life against S'ym. Colossus' presence turned the tide. After Colossus also helped free the New Mutants from a limbo demon posing as Baba Yaga, Gateway teleported him back home to the outback.
(Uncanny X-Men I#232 - BTS) - Gateway sent Madelyne Pryor to Australia's capital for some shopping. After learning their old enemies, the Brood, had returned to Earth, the X-Men had Gateway teleport them to New Mexico, where the aliens' space shark vessel had crashed.
(Uncanny X-Men I#232) - Sensing X-Men ally Madelyne Pryor
needed to return home after her shopping trip to Syndey, Gateway brought
her back but did not respond to any of Pryor's pleasantries.
(Uncanny X-Men I#232 - BTS) - Gateway sensed Madelyne
Pryor's emotional outburst when she suddenly saw footage of her husband
Cyclops (Scott Summers) and Marvel Girl (Jean Grey) holding her child,
Nathan. Slamming the screen, the electrical shock knocked her
unconscious. Gateway went down to the village to check on her.
(Uncanny X-Men I#233) - While his physical form held watch over her, Gateway's spirit entered the Dreamtime and joined Madelyne Pryor's dreams of living a blissfully angelic, perfect life with her husband Scott and their son. When Madelyne spotted Gateway, she became furious at him for intruding upon her dreams. As he began to spin his bull-roarer, the dreamscape exploded around them. The dream form of "Cyclops" blasted Gateway, which caused him to disappear as Madelyne's dream turned into a nightmare.
(Uncanny X-Men I#234) - Gateway continued his vigil, both in reality and in Dreamtime. He silently observed how Madelyne was contacted by the limbo demon S'ym and tricked into joining him, wrongly figuring his offer of power was all part of a strangely real but ultimately harmless dream.
(Uncanny X-Men Annual I#12) - After watching Storm take
off in a state of extreme agitation, Gateway was visited by her
teammates, who had determined she was headed for the Savage Land. Despite
Havok's unease at being teleported instead of simply going by plane,
Gateway delivered them to the Savage Land which was apparently being
destroyed by Terminus.
(Uncanny X-Men I#235) - When Madelyne Pryor seemingly died in an airplane crash, Gateway teleported Wolverine and Storm to the crash location following Rogue's preliminary investigation of the wreckage. He later teleported the other X-Men to the Sydney airport when it became obvious Madelyne, and a nurse called Jenny Ransome, were still alive. After a confrontation with the Genoshan Press Gang and a contingent of Magistrates, which ended with Rogue and Wolverine being taken captive as well, Gateway teleported the team home.
(Uncanny X-Men I#236) - Hoping to question the captured
Genoshan magistrates, Storm, Colossus and Psylocke asked Gateway to
teleport them into their cells. After Psylocke ripped the information
she needed from the Magistrates' minds, Gateway brought them back.
Returning home, the X-Men informed the others about Wolverine and
Rogue's whereabouts. Not too long after that, Gateway used his powers
once again to bring the team to Genosha.
(Uncanny X-Men I#237 - BTS) - Gateway's teleport landed the X-Men near a combat group of Magistrates who immediately opened fire.
(Uncanny X-Men I#238 - BTS) - After freeing their teammates and destroying the Genoshan Magistrate's citadel, the X-Men and Madelyne Pryor returned home, courtesy of Gateway's powers.
(Marvel Comics Presents I#16/3) - Gateway was quietly exploring the Dreamtime when he was startled by Longshot, who accidentally bumped into him while racing some kangaroos. After explaining what he was doing, Gateway taught Longshot the secret to entering Dreamtime: "mind awake, body asleep."
(Uncanny X-Men I#240) - Gateway brought Havok and Madelyne Pryor home from a romantic date in New York City. Not wanting the night to end, Alex pushed for more, but Pryor prefered some time to herself and entered another gateway the old Aborigine opened for her. After Havok decided to vent his frustrations by locating the X-Men's enemies, the Marauders, Gateway teleported the X-Men into the Morlock tunnels so they could mount a surprise attack on the Marauders.
(X-Factor I#39 - BTS) - After teaming up with X-Factor to deal with both the demonic crisis known as "Inferno" and Mr. Sinister, the X-Men were picked up by Gateway.
(Uncanny X-Men I#244 - BTS) - In need of a break, Dazzler,
Psylocke, Rogue and Storm were teleported by Gateway to a Los Angeles
mall where they inadvertently were drawn into a confrontation between
the young pyro-kinetic mallrat Jubilee and a group of mutant hunters
called M-Squad. The X-Men demolished the Squad's equipment and, shopping
bags in hand, walked through one of Gateway's portals. A stunned Jubilee
watched them go but also noticed the gateway remained open even after
they'd passed. Figuring this might be some kind of invitation, she took
a chance and passed through.
(Uncanny X-Men Annual I#13/2) - Gateway welcomed the
startled Jubilee when she came through the portal with an unexpected
"welcome child." So shocked by the situation, she freaked out and shot
her fireworks at him. Jubilee ran off and hid until she
calmed down and Gateway caught up with her. He showed her to a nearby
crater that turned out to include a secret entrance into the X-Men's
(Uncanny X-Men I#245) - Following the women's outing,
Wolverine, Havok, Colossus and Longshot went for a boy's night out on
the town, courtesy of Gateway.
(X-Men Annual I#13) - After Mr. Jip used his magics to
switch Diamondback and Dazzler's bodies in an attempt to force the X-Men
to aid him in preventing the Serpent Society from obtaining four objects
of power, Gateway teleported the team to the location of the artifacts.
(Marvel Superheroes III#6 - BTS) - Gateway teleported Colossus and Rogue to Sydney after Rogue read in the paper a stray Sentinel had attacked the non-mutant villain Abomination there. After some preliminary field work, the team discovered the Sentinels used to have a base near their headquarters. Gateway teleported the team 200 miles to the site of the former Sentinel command center.
(Marvel Super Heroes III#8) - After a rogue Sentinel
attacked the X-Men in their own headquarters, the team asked Gateway to
teleport them to the killer robots' hideout in New South Wales for a
(Wolverine II#17 (fb)) - Feeling his natural animalistical urges about to flare up, Wolverine took a leave of absence from the X-Men, unwilling to "parade the animal inside" in front of them. With Storm's permission, Gateway teleported Logan to Madripoor.
(Wolverine II#19 - BTS) - Gateway sent Wolverine on a solo mission to Puerto Verde, the capital of Tierra Verde, so the feral mutant could help save his old enemy Roughouse, who had been captured by the Nazi villain Geist.
(Uncanny X-Men I#247) - Following Rogue's confrontation
with the newly merged Master Mold/Nimrod robot, Gateway sent the X-Men
to New York to help out. In the team's absence, Jubilee emerged from her
hiding hole in the sub-basement to raid the place for food and supplies.
She was shocked to see Gateway staring at her atop his hill overlooking
the ghost town. Startled and unsure why he hadn't told any of the others
about her presence, she decided to return to hiding lest she was caught.
(Uncanny X-Men I#248 - BTS) - Gateway became aware of Longshot's growing unease about his lack of memories and sense of purpose. After Longshot had left the Australian outback without explanation, Gateway decided to summon Storm to his side while she slept.
(Uncanny X-Men I#248) - Storm found herself sitting next to Gateway at the fire, aware she was somehow also still in bed. Without wasting any words, Gateway guided her into the Dreamtime, allowing for an interaction between the X-Men's leader and Longshot, who was desperately trying to find parts of himself in a dreamlike, symbolic manner. After initially believing Gateway was torturing Longshot, Storm came to realize how profound his urge to be "a real person" was. Hugging, Storm bid her teammate an emotional goodbye.
(Uncanny X-Men I#249 (fb)) - In the aftermath of the X-Men's fight against Nanny and the Orphan-Maker, which seemingly ended in Storm's death, Gateway attended the funeral services.
(Uncanny X-Men I#249 - BTS) - Frustrated by the loss of Rogue, Longshot and Storm, Havok got drunk and lashed out with his powers, destroying the computer systems of the X-Men's base. While he stumbled to bed to sleep off his stupor, the system received a call for help from Lorna Dane, formerly possessed by the Marauder Malice. Much to his surprise, Havok was puzzled to wake up and find a written note about the call by his bed. Even weirder, Havok found that all the damage he'd caused to the computers had been restored.
(Uncanny X-Men I#249) - When none of the remaining X-Men turned out to be responsible for either the note or the repairs, and with Psylocke unable to telepathically locate any intruders, Havok briefly entertained the notion Gateway might be responsible as Gateway teleported the team to Lorna's last known location: Punta Arenas.
(Uncanny X-Men I#250) - Aware of the fact the Reavers were about to take over their old base in the X-Men's absence, Gateway sought out Psylocke via Dreamtime. Unable to directly communicate what was going on, he showed her ghostlike images of their outback base where all the remaining X-Men had been killed in horrible ways. Gateway himself appeared bound and gagged but holding the crystal containing the Siege Perilous. Showing the gem to Psylocke, the telepath realized the old Aborigine was trying to tell her this was the only way out of whatever awaited them. After the X-Men had finished their mission, Gateway automatically teleported them home.
(Uncanny X-Men I#251 (fb) - BTS) - Moments after Gateway returned the X-Men to the outback, their arrival was spotted by the Reavers who started to head for their position. Sensing their approach and heeding Gateway's vision, Psylocke decided to use her telepathic powers to lure all her teammates into the Siege Perilious, figuring that starting over with new lives was preferable to getting slaughtered. Psylocke waited for the Reavers to reach Gateway's hill top before passing through the Siege herself, mocking them one last time as she went.
(Uncanny X-Men I#251 - BTS) - Following his most recent solo mission, Wolverine returned to the X-Men by car. A little surprised Gateway didn't teleport him home, he was ill prepared for the Reavers who were waiting for him. Following orders from their new leader Donald Pierce, the cyborgs effortlessly defeated Logan and pinned him to a cross outside, figuring the deadly temperatures would be the end of him.
(Uncanny X-Men I#251) - Delirious from exhaustion, heat stroke and dehydration, Wolverine began to hallucinate. Using this transcendent state of mind, Gateway took Logan into Dreamtime and, through a series of convoluted flashbacks, flashforwards and figures from his past, showed him what had happened to the X-Men.
(Uncanny X-Men I#251 - BTS) - Spending time in Dreamtime restored enough of Wolverine's inner strength to allow him to break free. Aided by Jubilee, who helped him off the cross, they headed for the relative safety of her underground "hidey-hole."
(Uncanny X-Men I#252) - While Wolverine was still trying to recuperate inside Jubilee's hiding place, Gateway brought both Logan and Jubilation into Dreamtime. As the two men had a silent, meditative conversation, Jubilee freaked out and started throwing her fireworks around. This immediately returned both mutants to reality, with Wolverine ordering Jubilee to be silent because her tantrum was sure to alert the Reavers who were already searching for him.
(Uncanny X-Men I#253 -BTS) - During a Cherokee Indian-style vision quest, the mutant inventor Forge encountered Gateway, once again bound and gagged, sitting just outside a wild west style saloon. Inside, Forge encountered Amahl Farouk (an avatar of the Shadow King) who introduced himself as the master of that particular domain.
(Punisher II#33 - BTS) - When the Reavers noticed the Punisher's aide Microchip had managed to hack into their computer systems, they forced Gateway to teleport them to the source of the hacker for some payback. Before they were brought back, the Reavers destroyed Punisher's warehouse and gave the vigilante a run for his money.
(Uncanny X-Men I#269) - When Rogue, after returning to life following her time within the Siege Perilous, found herself in her old body in the X-Men's old outback base, she had to run for her life when she was discovered by the Reavers. Somehow managing to dodge their fire, Rogue reached Gateway who seemed unwilling to help her escape. She then used her powers on him, absorbing his memories and teleportation abilities. Realizing who he was and what he'd learned, Rogue promised she'd come back for him while swinging the aborigine's bull-roarer in time to escape the Reavers.
(Fantastic Four Annual I#24) - Searching for people exuding a nascent Galactus energy reading in an attempt to prevent Earth-691's 31st century villain Korvac from becoming a threat in the present, the Fantastic Four and the Guardians of the Galaxy found themselves in Australia. Scanning Gateway, Mr. Fantastic concluded that, though giving off some odd energy readings, the aborigine wasn't the one they were looking for.
(Wolverine II#35) - Hunting for Wolverine, Lady Deathstrike ordered Gateway to teleport her around the world, visiting Osaka and Madripoor amongst other places while searching for clues to Logan's wherabouts. When she finally located him in Vancouver, where Wolverine was on a fishing trip with Puck (Eugene Milton Judd), Gateway transported Deathstrike right on top of them. However, the old Aborigine then somehow caused the three of them to get stuck in a timewarp which delivered the trio to the Spanish town of Guernica, circa 1937.
(Wolverine II#36) - Back in the present, Gateway watched as the Reavers
tried to deal with the implications of the time vortex, with Donald Pierce
blaming the current crisis on Deathstrike's obsession and fearing that her
meddling in the past might cause irreparable damage to the timeline if she
killed anyone before their time.
(Uncanny X-Men I#281) - Chased by a group of Sentinels programmed to capture him, Donald Pierce fled the Reavers' base and headed for Gateway. Forcefully waking the Aborigine out of Dreamtime, Pierce demanded to be taken to whoever had sent the robots after him. Gateway complied without question and opened a gate that Pierce rushed through, chased by two Sentinels. As it closed, Gateway was smiling contently while the remaining Sentinels departed once they determined Pierce was currently beyond their means to apprehend.
(Uncanny X-Men I#281 - BTS) - Gateway's portal took Pierce to the Hellfire Club. The Sentinels quickly followed, immediately opening fire on all those present. During the confrontation, the White Queen's students the Hellions were killed. After learning he was indirectly responsible for so many innocent deaths, Gateway felt obligated to do penance.
(Wolverine II#52 - BTS) - Faced with trying to correct the time-vortex that once took him to 1937, Wolverine got help from Mystique and Spiral, who told him every time shifter, trans-dimensional tripper and space-time juggler was hurtling towards the crunch in multiple existences (caused by Mojo), including Gateway.
(Wolverine II#53 - BTS) - While Wolverine, Spiral and Mystique were attempting to get rid of the temporal vortex, Gateway was able to assert enough control to reach the heroes.
(Wolverine II#53) - Forming a giant image of himself for Wolverine and the others to see (possibly via Dreamtime), Gateway pointed his allies to the solution for their problems: the living weapons Elsie-Dee and Albert. Using Gateway's information, Wolverine was able to save the day.
(Look & Find X-Men) - During an attack on the X-Men by Magneto
within the X-Men's Danger Room, Gateway teleported into the Danger Room
itself and used his teleportation powers in an attempt to rescue the
X-Men from Magneto. The usage of Gateway's powers created a temporal
disruption that fragmented Magneto's
whose pieces were then scattered throughout
various locations in time. Unsure of Gateway's intentions, Professor X
telepathically scanned Gateway's mind and learned that Gateway had used
his powers to leave clues (or "time keys") throughout time to help the
X-Men locate the scattered Mindmaster parts and return home to defeat
Magneto. With Gateway's teleportational aid, the X-Men first traveled
Savage Land, where they found that the disruption in time and space had
numerous figures both historical and fictional (by way of
three-dimensional representations possibly pulled from nearby minds by
the Mindmaster fragments) to emerge in the present. Retrieving the
Mindmaster device's gyrospace, the X-Men were next teleported by
Gateway to Genosha, where they battled Fabian Cortez and Genoshan
magistrates for the Mindmaster's radar dish. When Cortez escaped to
Asteroid M, Gateway teleported the X-Men to his location, where they
briefly battled the time-displaced founding Acolytes before Gateway
teleported them to an active Sentinel base, where the X-Men retrieved
the Mindmaster's tripod and control panel. Gateway then teleported the
X-Men to a mall in the future of Earth-92136, where they obtained the final piece of the fragmented Mindmaster
device: its radar screen. After reassembling the Mindmaster device, the
X-Men were transported home by Gateway, where they found the Xavier
School under renewed attack from Magneto and several other present day
and time-displaced villains.
(Look & Find X-Men - BTS) - Upon the villains' defeat, the X-Men
used the Mindmaster device in conjunction with Gateway's teleportation
powers to return the time-displaced figures to their proper time
periods while also helping to restore order and clean up the damage
done from the time and space disruption.
(Wolverine II#72 - BTS) - Visiting Australia, Wolverine and Jubilee returned to the old Reavers base. There, they also encountered what they thought was Gateway sitting atop his hill, spinning his bull-roarer. Despite Wolverine's warnings, Jubilee attempted to approach him, but was inadvertently sucked into the temporal vortex created by the bull-roarer's spins. She briefly visited the past, where she witnessed her parents just before their fatal car accident. Wolverine managed to pull her back out. Both mutants agreed that the Gateway they saw inside the time-vortex was probably just an afterimage.
(Generation X I#1) - Shortly after Sean Cassidy and Emma Frost started training Generation X at the Massachusetts Academy, Gateway made several brief, unannounced visits. Jubilee briefly noticed him inside the Danger Grotto. Later the same day, M noticed her old mentor meditating outside. Initially thrilled to see him, she then realized he'd come back to warn her about the return of Emplate.
(Generation X I#1 - BTS) - Gateway stayed behind when Banshee, Jubilee and Synch went to Boston's local airport to pick up the school's newest student: Jonothon Starsmore. During their initial encounter, they were attacked by Emplate.
(Generation X I#1) - Sensing the need, Gateway teleported Emma Frost, Husk, M and Skin to aid their teammates against Emplate. After the battle, he teleported them back home.
(Generation X I#1 - BTS) - Sensing the suffering undergone by Penance at the hands of Emplate, Gateway used his powers to liberate and deliver her to the Massachusetts Academy, figuring it would in some small way make up for costing the Hellions their lives.
(Generation X I#1) - Annoyed by Gateway's continued silence, Banshee and Emma Frost confronted him on the school lawn. However, the Aborigine awkwardly spoke the word "penance" while pointing to the unconscious girl. Emma and Sean incorrectly deduced that was the name of the mysterious new arrival.
(Generation X I#2) - Fed up with Gateway's resumed silence, Jubilee went
out to see him while he was meditating on the roof of the school.
Frustrated by his inability to answer even her most basic of questions,
Jubilee was ready to slam him with her flashlight when Synch showed up to stop
her. Disappointed, the young teens went back inside, leaving Gateway alone
with his thoughts, filled with regret over the multitude of sins committed
in the name of self-preservation.
(Generation X I#5) - Gateway appeared in the basement of the Massachusetts Academy boys dorm that Chamber had been staying at. Telepathically reaching out to the recalcitrant British teen, he told him Paige Guthrie was in dire need of some company. Sufficiently motivated, Jonothon Starsmore went up to see his fellow teammate as a content Gateway reached for the remote and changed the TV to watch Disney's Beauty & The Beast.
(Generation X I#6) - Sensing an imminent threat, Gateway covered his ears
moments before Banshee passed by and a massive explosion destroyed the girls' dormitories.
(All New Exiles vs X-Men) - Aiding the X-Men in their search for the recently vanished Juggernaut, Gateway suddenly opened an interdimensional portal that pushed the team into the reality where Juggernaut had ended up (Earth-93060/Ultraverse), along with other Earth-616 refugees like Reaper and Siena Blaze. During the inevitable confrontation between the heroes and former villains, Reaper decided to enter Gateway's still open portal to return home. Gateway, knowing his portals were one-way, did his best to shut it down but this sudden move caused both the X-Men's Blackbird jet and the portal to explode. Saved by Storm's winds, Gateway could not prevent a giant interdimensional creature from trying to gain access to the Ultraverse. Only when the X-Men and Juggernaut's band of former villains (known collectively as the Exiles) worked together was Gateway able to close his portal, cutting off the monster's access. Gateway later returned the X-Men home with the knowledge of where Juggernaut was.
(Prime II#2/2 - BTS) - Aware of the fact the Phoenix Force from Earth-616 was about to manifest itself and threaten the Ultraverse, Gateway decided to warn several of that reality's heroes.
(Prime II#2/2) - Gateway caught the attention of Prime when he refused to adore the preening powerhouse. Prime was ready to teach "that shrimpy guy" a lesson and stormed him. Gateway, however, briefly teleported him to Earth-616 where the self absorbed hero was taught a lesson in humility when he crashed into a cab and its driver read him the riot act. Stunned and shocked by the experience, Prime was returned home by Gateway, who vanished but not before leaving behind a cryptic warning about the coming Phoenix Force crisis.
(Mantra II#2/2) - While at a local diner in her civilian guise as the
unpopular teenager Lauren, the Ultraverse's Mantra was visited by Gateway, who suddenly
appeared next to her. Having an ancient, half naked Aborigine dwarf share
her booth caused Lauren's classmates to ridicule both her and Gateway,
calling them "the munchkin and the dweeb." Engaging the quiet teleporter
in a one sided, frazzled conversation, Lauren told Gateway about her
insecurities. When she finally decided she wasn't that bad looking and
should stop hiding, Gateway disappeared but not before drawing a Phoenix
raptor on the table with salt from the shaker to serve as a mysterious
warning of the coming Phoenix Force conflict.
(Phoenix Resurrection: Genesis (fb) - BTS) - Gateway started work on a sand drawing of the trademark Phoenix raptor in the "Danger Grotto," Generation X's terrarium/training grounds. Seeing the solemn Aborigine's work worried Banshee to such a degree that he called in the X-Men.
(Phoenix Resurrection: Genesis) - By the time Beast, Bishop, Rogue, Storm and Wolverine arrived at the Massachusetts Academy and were escorted to the Grotto by Banshee and Jubilee, Gateway had completed his drawing. Before the assembled mutants were able to intervene, he teleported all of them to the Ultraverse.
(Phoenix Resurrection: Revelations) - After the X-Men, the Exiles, Mantra, Prime and Ultraforce had managed to keep the Phoenix Force from destroying the Ultraverse, Gateway coyly showed himself, sitting on the Ultraforce vessel sent to take them home. Briefly greeted by the Ultraverse's leader Black Knight (Dane Whitman), Gateway proceeded to teleport the X-Men back to their mansion.
Resurrection I#0/8) - Puzzled by her experiences in the Ultraverse,
Jubilee tried to makes sense of what she'd gone through fighting the
Phoenix Force alongside various interdimensional heroes. She felt
Gateway somehow had been actively manipulating the events, making sure
the outcome he desired came to pass. For some unknown reason, Gateway
secretly threw an unidentified golden object her way. Unaware who was
responsible, Jubilee took the artifact and left with it, leaving
Gateway to quietly snicker to himself as most likely the only one fully
aware of its function.
(Generation X I#7) - Frustrated by the fact she was forced to stay with Generation X, M approached Gateway demanding to know how long "we" had to stay with "these children." Offering the point that Gateway was doing a fine job as her mentor before, M's tirade was cut short by Gateway, who motioned for her to keep quiet and and meditate with him. The two mutants then spent most of the night in quiet contemplation, hovering above a small creek. Their ritual was observed by Banshee and Emma Frost, who weren't too sure what to think of this.
(X-Men II#49 - BTS) - Contacted by the psychic entity known as Onslaught, Gateway was somehow intimidated into helping him. However, the Aborigine determined Onslaught's hidden weakness was telepathy and tried to manipulate the creature into exposing himself to powerful psionics.
(X-Men II#49) - Acting on orders from Onslaught, Gateway used his powers to abduct the telepathic Chamber, using his own portal to leave as well.
(X-Men II#50 - BTS) - Once again under orders from Onslaught, Gateway abducted Cyclops, Iceman, Storm and Wolverine from the X-Men's headquarters and delivered them to an unrevealed testing grounds.
(X-Men II#50) - Gateway tried to teleport away Charles Xavier from his bed, only to be halted by both Xavier and Bishop who came crashing into the room, weapons primed. Sensing the missing X-Men, Xavier momentarily entertained the notion of allowing Gateway to take him so he could locate his lost students. A well-timed telekinetic blast from Phoenix took that option off the table, knocking Gateway out in the process. Jean noted that it almost seemed like the tiny Aborigine wanted to be stopped. A little later, after Gateway had recovered and the X-Men briefly considered torture to get some answers from him, the Beast correctly deduced Gateway had taken the captured X-Men to be tested. They were then briefly startled by the arrival of the psychic manifestation of Onslaught as the captured X-Men were returned home. Expressing his disappointment in Gateway, the disembodied villain departed. Gateway then told the X-Men that the onslaught was coming and that no man or mutant would be able to turn it back.
(Wolverine II#104 - BTS) - Determined to find out how Professor Xavier could ever become Onslaught, Wolverine took off to see Gateway at the Massachusetts Academy. He was secretly followed by Elektra Natchios.
(Wolverine II#104) - Pleading with Gateway to show him what had caused Xavier to turn evil, Wolverine was initially unsuccessful until Elektra made her presence known. After Elektra unintentionally compared the not too forthcoming Aborigine to her old mentor Stick, Gateway's curiosity was piqued. Before showing them the truth about Xavier, he exposed both heroes to the worst moments and memories of their lives in order to steel them for what was to come. Gateway then teleported the three of them inside the Massachusetts Academy. Hovering near a fireplace, he proceeded to show Elektra and Wolverine how Xavier had been contaminated with Magneto's evil when the Professor telepathically entered Magneto's mind to shut it down. This tiny malevolent fragment would fester and grow until it came to bloom as Onslaught.
(X-Men Annual '96) - Gateway showed up at the Xavier Institute right on time to participate in a group photo with the current members of both X-Men teams, X-Force and Generation X in the wake of the Onslaught tragedy. The old Aborigine made the peace sign.
(Beast I#1 - BTS) - While returning to his place in the Australian outback, Gateway was approached by Spiral, who forced him to teleport the terrorist Viper to her.
(Beast I#1) - Somehow titilated by the experience of being teleported, Viper was about to show Gateway how grateful she was until Spiral showed herself and reminded her of their plans involving Karma, her younger siblings and the Body Shoppe.
(Beast I#3) - Gateway was on hand to return Beast, Cannonball, Karma and her siblings back home after they escaped the clutches of Viper and Spiral.
(Generation X I#25) - When the mutated Black Tom Cassidy and his underling Mondo attacked the Massachusetts Academy, threatening the lives of all the students, Gateway kept to himself. After a brief run in with the young girl dubbed "Penance," he had a brief moment of regret for having indirectly exposed her to such dangerous circumstances before somehow sensing his time amongst Generation X had passed. He teleported himself away as Black Tom moved in on Banshee and the students.
(Wolverine II#141) - Without warning or explanation, Gateway appeared at
the Massachusetts Academy to teleport Jubilee and the visiting Wolverine
to one of Cable's safehouses in the Swiss Alps. There, they discovered
Donald Pierce, who had been using Cable's advanced future technology and a
stash of Adamantium to improve his cyborg form. Their confrontation was
interrupted by the arrival of the mysterious Khyber, who aided in the
defeat of Pierce and the destruction of the chalet. Khyber departed with
one of Pierce's arms, leaving Wolverine and Jubilee alone in the cold
while the teenaged girl hoped Gateway would pick them up soon as she
admitted to not having a clue as to why he sent them there.
(X-Treme X-Men I#4) - Sensing the coming of the interdimensional conqueror Khan, Gateway contacted Bishop (Lucas Bishop) via Dreamtime when he was in Valencia, Spain on a mission with the X-Men to locate Destiny's diaries. Gateway revealed to Bishop that he was, in fact, his grandfather while showing him images of events past, present and future including a giant space needle. Bishop was soon joined in Dreamtime by the other X-Men, who were able to access that plane due to Rogue having previously imprinted Gateway's abilities and memories. They all saw what was to come before returning to the waking world.
(X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001 - BTS) - In an attempt to escape the astral plane he'd been imprisoned in by Psylocke after his most recent confrontation with the X-Men, the Shadow King began an incursion into Dreamtime. Following Psylocke's death, he was able to freely move about. Discovering Gateway, he had his human lackies, the Reavers and Lian Shen, capture him.
(X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001) - Having learned of his heritage as an Aborigine shaman, Bishop decided he needed to learn more about the ways of his people. In order to do so, he was joined by Rogue (once more channeling Gateway's powers) and Sage for an excursion into Dreamtime. There, they encountered the spirit of Gateway, who began to teach his apparent grandson about the Songlines, the core principles of the Aborigine belief system. However, their session was interrupted by the Shadow King, who grabbed Gateway and took him away, throwing Bishop, Sage and Rogue out of Dreamtime in the process. Before she returned to reality, Rogue encountered one of Destiny's diaries, confirming there was a connection between Gateway and Destiny.
(X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001 - BTS) - Rogue suspected the Shadow King's involvement and was proven right when the psychic entity tried to take her as his new Shadow Queen at the same time the Reavers began their assault on the X-Men. Rogue resisted the King's temptations and managed to track him to his lair.
(X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001) - Rogue encountered Donald Pierce and Lian Shen guarding the chained up Gateway. She made short work of them and freed the old Aborigine. As a thank you, he handed her his copy of Destiny's diaries. Later, Rogue visited her old friend atop his rock and spent some time with him. Gateway once again played the flute for her.
(Uncanny X-Men I#455 (fb)) - After returning to life following her death at the hands of Vargas, Psylocke recalled how, following her demise, her spirit was drawn into Dreamtime by Gateway. During her brief stay there, she encountered Bishop during one of his Dreamtime training sessions. Before they had a chance to talk, her essence was ripped away by the Shadow King.
(X-Men II#202 (fb)) - The Marauders seemingly killed Gateway during their quest to obtain Destiny's Diaries.
(Uncanny X-Force I#5.1 (fb) - BTS) - Having survived the Marauders'
assault through unrevealed means, Gateway was able to contact Deadpool
during the assassin's visit to Australia. The Aborigine teleporter
informed Deadpool that the X-Men's old enemies, the Marauders, were
planning an attack on Utopia. He urged the "Merc with a Mouth" to return
with X-Force and deal with them before they could carry out their plan.
(Uncanny X-Force I#5.1) - Reaching Gateway, X-Force learned the Reavers had once again pressed him into their service, threatening to destroy his people's holy place if he refused them. As such, despite X-Force's surprise attack, Gateway still opened a portal to Utopia for the Reavers Cole, Macon and Reese, who, on arrival, were quickly dealt with by Cyclops and Magneto. In the aftermath, the Reavers remaining in Australia were routed while Gateway remained behind.
(Secret Warriors I#4 (fb) - BTS) - At some point, Gateway began
silently training Eden Fesi in the use of his teleportation abilities.
(Secret Warriors I#4) - When Nick Fury's operatives Quake and the Druid came to recruit fellow "caterpillar" Eden Fesi, the teleporter initially refused. However, thanks to Gateway's intervention and subsequent blessing and permission, he joined them in their mission.
(Uncanny X-Force I#19) - Upon the request of X-Force, Gateway opened a portal to Earth-295 to allow that reality's X-Men to return home.
(Uncanny X-Force I#20) - Following Psylocke's abduction by the Captain Britain Corps, Gateway allowed Betsy's X-Force teammates to follow her by opening a portal to Otherworld.
(Uncanny X-Force I#27) - Gateway watched Fantomex's death during a mission as well as the rebirth of E.V.A. as a new, metallic female humanoid. Fantomex's death caused Ultimaton to revert to his original programming of killing all mutants. Ultimaton then kidnapped Gateway, took him to X-Force's base Cavern-X and snapped the ancient Aborigine's neck in front of them.
(Uncanny X-Force I#28) - Moments before Ultimaton was to reach critical
mass, Psylocke entered the dying Gateway's mind to access his
teleportational abilities. With no time to accurately plan a destination,
Psylocke teleported X-Force away, ending up 30 years in the alternate
future of Earth-12928.
(Avengers IV#29 - BTS) - During the Phoenix Five crisis, the Avengers compiled a list of possible telepaths to recruit in an attempt to oppose the cosmically powered quintet. One of them was Gateway but he was discarded along with the others when Captain America decided to call on Charles Xavier.
Comments: Created by Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils) and Dan Green (inks).
In many ways, Claremont started using Gateway as a fill in
(Irené Adler). Somehow, his connection to Dreamtime gave him all the
answers you ever needed. A little bit convenient, though after Claremont
left other writers cheerfully expanded Gateway's abilities, suddenly
including levitation and psychic abilities potent enough to read minds,
playback a lifetime's worth of misery and even reveal past events you
didn't even witness yourself? Deus ex bull-roarer...
Given the nebulous definition of Dreamtime, it's hard to
determine when it was the actual Gateway or simply a figment of whoever
was dreaming. For that reason, after having carefully reread Wolverine
II#125, I've concluded the "Gateway" appearing in those pages
was a part of the shared psychic experience between Kitty, Jubilee and
Gateway received profiles in Marvel Encylopedia I: X-Men,
Heroic Age: X-Men I#1, X-Men: The 198 Files, Official Handbook of the
Marvel Universe III#3 (Update '89),
It was strongly suggested (even Gateway himself acknowledged that he was Bishop's ancestor) that Bishop (Lucas Bishop) and Shard (Shard Bishop) were the descendants of their reality's Gateway. As Bishop & Shard were from the future of Earth-1191, their Earth-616 counterparts (if any) have not yet been born (that we know of), therefore, they would not be relatives of Earth-616's Gateway but rather,Earth-1191's Gateway. -Proto-Man
Since the Avengers
considered recruiting Gateway's aid against the Phoenix Five, they must
have been unaware of his apparent death. Then again, it's comic books
so one can only assume Gateway would return at some point. Perhaps that
BTS reference was Gateway's off-panel "return." --Proto-Man
Profile by Norvo.
Gateway should not be confused with
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Generation X I#1, p18, pan2 (main image)
Uncanny X-Men I#229, p10, pans 5&6 (brings home the Reavers)
Uncanny X-Men I#231, p32, pans 5&6 (plays for Rogue)
Uncanny X-Men I#232, p09, pans 5,6,7 (Madelyne Pryor & Gateway)
Uncanny X-Men I#249, p18, pan3 (teleports the X-Men to Punta Arenas)
Uncanny X-Men I#250, (guides Psylocke into Dreamtime)
Uncanny X-Men I#253, p25, pan4 (features in Forge's dreamquest)
Uncanny X-Men I#269, p13, pan5 (powers absorbed by Rogue)
Generation X I#1, p34, pans 4&5 (speaks about Penance)
Generation X I#5, p4, pan 9,10,11 (watches Beauty & The Beast)
Phoenix Resurrection Revelations, p44, pan1 (takes the X-Men away from the Ultraverse)
Generation X I#7, p18, pan 4,5,6 (Gateway and M meditate)
Gateway (X-Men II#50, p9, pan2 (versus Bishop & Xavier)
X-Treme X-Men Annual I#2001, p27, pan2 (captured by the Shadow King)
Wolverine II#141, p5, pan6,7,8 (teleports Wolverine & Jubilee away)
Secret Warriors I#28, p12, pan2 (levitating)
Uncanny X-Force I#27, p19, pans 4&5 (killed by Ultimaton)
Uncanny X-Men I#229 (May, 1988) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Ann Nocenti (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#230 (June, 1988) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Ann Nocenti (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#231 (July, 1988) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Ann Nocenti (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#232 (August, 1988) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Ann Nocenti (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#233 (September, 1988) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Ann Nocenti (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#234 (September, 1988) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Ann Nocenti (editor)
Uncanny X-Men Annual I#12 (October, 1988) - Chris Claremont (writer), Art Adams (pencils), Bob Wiacek (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#235 (Early October, 1988) - Chris Claremont (writer), Rick Leonardi (pencils), P. Craig Russell (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#236 (Late October, 1988) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#237 (Early November, 1988) - Chris Claremont (writer), Rick Leonardi (pencils), Terry Austin (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#238 (Late November, 1988) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Marvel Comics Presents I#16/3 (April, 1989) - Ann Nocenti (writer), Larry Dixon (pencils), Alfredo Alcala (inks), Terry Kavanagh (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#240 (January, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Factor I#39 (April, 1989) - Louise Simonson (writer), Walter Simonson (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Bob Harras (inks)
Uncanny X-Men I#244 (May, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Bob Harras (inks)
Uncanny X-Men Annual I#13 (August, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Mike Vosburg (pencils & inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#245 (June, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Rob Liefeld (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Marvel Super Heroes II#6 (July, 1991) - Roy & Dann Thomas (writers), Rich Buckler (pencils), Jim Sanders (inks), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Marvel Super Heroes II#8 (September, 1991) - Michael Higgins (writers), M.C. Wyman (pencils), Sam de la Rosa (inks) Michael Higgins (editor)
Wolverine II#17 (Late November, 1989) - Archie Goodwin (writer), John Byrne (pencils), Klaus Janson (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Wolverine II#19 (Mid December, 1989) - Archie Goodwin (writer), John Byrne (pencils), Klaus Janson (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#247 (August, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#248 (September, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Jim Lee (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#249 (October, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#250 (November, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Steve Leialoha (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#251 (Early November, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Bob Harras (inks)
Uncanny X-Men I#252 (Mid November, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Rick Leonardi (pencils), Kent Williams (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#253 (Late November, 1989) - Chris Claremont (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Steve Leialoha (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Punisher II#33 (May, 1990) - Mike Barron (writer), Bill Reinhold (pencils), Mark Farmer (inks), Carl Potts (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#269 (October, 1990) - Chris Claremont (writer), Jim Lee (pencils), Art Thibert (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Fantastic Four Annual I#24 (July, 1991) - Al Milgrom (writer, pencils, inks), Ralph Macchio (editor)
Wolverine II#35 (January, 1991) - Larry Hama (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Suzanne Gaffney (editor)
Wolverine II#36 (February, 1991) - Larry Hama (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Suzanne Gaffney (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#281 (October, 1991) - John Byrne, Jim Lee, Whilce Portacio (writers), Whilce Portacio (pencils), Art Thibert (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Wolverine II#52 (March, 1992) - Larry Hama (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Wolverine II#53 (April, 1992) - Larry Hama (writer), Marc Silvestri (pencils), Dan Green, Hilary Barta, Kevin Tinsley, Marie Javins (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Wolverine II#72 (August, 1993) - Larry Hama (writer), Dwayne Turner (pencils), Joe Rubinstein (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Generation X #1 (November, 1994) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Chris Bachalo (pencils), Mark Buckingham (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Generation X #2 (December, 1994) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Chris Bachalo (pencils), Mark Buckingham (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Generation X #5 (July, 1995) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Chris Bachalo (pencils), Mark Buckingham (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Generation X #6 (August, 1995) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Chris Bachalo (pencils), Mark Buckingham (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
All New Exiles vs X-Men (October, 1995) - Terry Kavanagh (writer), Ken Lashley (pencils), Tom Wegrzyn (inks), Chris Ulm & Jerald DeVictoria (editors)
Prime II#2/2 (October, 1995) - Ian Edginton (writer), Jason Royle (inks), Peter May (inks), Hank Kanalz (editor)
Mantra II#2/2 (November, 1995) - Ian Edginton (writer), Chuck Wojtkiewicz (pencils), Terry Austin (inks), Hank Kanalz (editor)
Phoenix Resurrection: Genesis I#1 (December, 1995) - Ian Edginton & Dan Abnett (writers), Darick Robertson, Mark Pacella, Greg Luzniak & Rob Haynes (pencils), Tom Wegryzn, Art Thibert, Larry Stucker, Bob Wiacek, Philip Moy (inks), Hank Kanalz (editor)
Phoenix Resurrection: Revelations I#1 (December, 1995) - Ian Edginton & Dan Abnett (writers), Kevin West, John Royle, Randy Green & Rick Leonardi (pencils), Tom Wegrzyn, Philip Moy, Rick Ketcham, Jeff Whiting (inks), Hank Kanalz (editor)
Phoenix Resurrection I#0/8 (March, 1996) - Ian Edginton (writer), Dan Abnett (pencils), Steve Moncuse (inks), Mark Paniccia (editor)
Generation X I#7 (September, 1995) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Roger Cruz (pencils), Mark Buckingham (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Men II#49 (February, 1996) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Jeff Matsuda (pencils), Dan Panosian (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Men II#50 (March, 1996) - Mark Waid (writer), Andy Kubert (pencils), Cam Smith (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Wolverine II #104 (August, 1996) - Larry Hama (writer), Val Semeiks (pencils), Chad Hunt (inks)
X-Men Annual 1996 (November, 1996) - Larry Hama (writer), Roberto Flores & Anthony Castrillo (pencils), Nathan Massengill & Al Milgrom (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Beast I#I (May, 1997) - Keith Giffen (writer), Cedric Nocon (pencils), Jaime Mendoza (inks), Jaye Gardner (editor)
Beast I#3 (July, 1997) - Terry Kavanagh (writer), Cedric Nocon (pencils), Harry Candelario (inks), Jaye Gardner (editor)
Generation X I#25 (March, 1997) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Chris Bachalo (pencils), Al Vey & Scott Hanna (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
Wolverine II#141 (August, 1999) - Erik Larsen (writer), Leinil Francis Yu (pencils), Dexter Vines (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Treme X-Men I#04 (October, 2001) - Chris Claremont (writer), Salvador Larocca (pencils & inks), Mark Powers (editor)
X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001 (February, 2002) - Chris Claremont (writer), Salvador Larocca (pencils), Sandu Florea (inks), Mark Powers (editor)
X-Men II#202 (October, 2007) - Mike Carey (writer), Humberto Ramos (pencils), Carlos Cuevas (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Secret Warriors I#4 (May, 2009) - Brian Michael Bendis & Jonathan Hickman (writers), Stefano Caselli (pencils & inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
Uncanny X-Force I#5.1 (May, 2011) - Rick Remender (writer), Rafael Albuquerque (pencils & inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Secret Warriors I#28 (September, 2011) - Jonathan Hickman (writer), Alessandro Vito (pencils & inks), Lauren Sankovitch (editor)
Uncanny X-Force I#19 (February, 2012) - Rick Remender (writer), Robbi Rodriguez (pencils & inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Uncanny X-Force I#20 (March, 2012) - Rick Remender (writer), Greg Tocchini (pencils & inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Uncanny X-Force I#27 - (September, 2012) - Rick Remender (writer), Phil Noto (pencils & inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Uncanny X-Force I#28 - (October, 2012) - Rick Remender (writer), Phil Noto (pencils & inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Avengers IV#29 (October, 2012) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Walter Simonson (pencils), Scott Hanna (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
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