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Real Name: Unrevealed

Identity/Class: Human

Occupation: Musician, Pop Icon

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: Sim Cummings (Manager), Bodyguards (Gentry, Donnie, Mickey), Chamber (Jonothon Starmore), Stacy X, Ultimate Nullifier, Kristoff Vernard

Enemies: Tabloids, Magneto

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Mobile between London and New York

First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men I#395 (August, 2001)

Powers/Abilities: Sugar Kane has no known superhuman powers, but is a capable performer who engages in regular, intensive (dance) exercise.


(Uncanny X-Men I#395 - BTS) - After her album and single hit multi platinum status, Sugar Kane became a teen pop sensation.

(Uncanny X-Men I#395 - BTS) - Sugar Kane was rumored to be sleeping around with rapper J-God.

(Uncanny X-Men I#395 - BTS) - Kane arrived in London to shoot the music video to her hit single Secret Affectation.

(Uncanny X-Men I#395) - While making a surprise appearance in a club in London's Soho district, Sugar Kane was mobbed by fans and rescued by Chamber who used his mutant abilities to protect her. Her curiosity piqued, she had her bodyguards track down Chamber so she could properly thank him for rescuing her. It didn't take long for the British tabloid press to pick up on this and the rumors soon started flying.

(Uncanny X-Men I#396) - Kane and Chamber became romantically involved during the filming of her Secret Affectation video, though she revealed her popstar status was little more than a fad, hinting that she might be using their relationship to prolong her celebrity status a while longer.

(Uncanny X-Men I#397) - Thanks to her relationship with Chamber, Sugar Kane's image got more radical. She was even invited to meet critically acclaimed performance artist Colby Lee in Manhattan, before flying back to London for a performance at the famed Wembley Arena. She even got an offer to perform during that year's Superbowl half time show. The media had a field day with Kane's lovelife as well, reporting she was pregnant with Chamber's lovechild.

(Uncanny X-Men I#398) - Sugar's attempts to use her relationship with a mutant to boost sales backfired spectacularly when her fanbase reacted furiously at the news she might be pregnant with a mutant's baby. Overall record sales plummeted and Okay Cola considered dropping her as a spokesperson. Finally, her manager devised a scheme in which Sugar was kidnapped in order to improve her public image. After reports about her being checked at the British Intelligence facility and being without child she decided to break it off with Chamber. Claiming she already sold her soul to go platinum.

(Vengeance#1) - Sugar Kane was seen next partying with mutant Stacy X at a New York club. Still hoping to further her career by romancing metahumans, she seduced young hero Ultimate Nullifier into having a threesome with her and Stacy. Their get together was interrupted by Magneto, who demanded Stacy X lived up to her full mutant potential. While Ultimate Nullifier fought Magneto, both Stacy X and Sugar Kane made swift exits.

(Vengeance#6) - Sugar Kane and Stacy X were seen dancing the night away in Latveria as part of Kristoff Vernand's overall plan.

Comments: Created by Joe Casey, Ian Churchill, Art Thibert & Norm Rapmund.

Sugar Kane's cameo in Vengeance was written by her creator Joe Casey.

Profile by MarvellousLuke

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Uncanny X-Men I#397, cover (main image)
Uncanny X-Men I#398, p21, pan4 (head shot)
Vengeance#1, p2, pan2 (with Stacy X & Ultimate Nullifier)

Uncanny X-Men I#395 (August, 2001) - Joe Casey (writer), Ian Churchill (pencils), Art Thibert & Norm Rapmund (inks), Mark Powers (editor), Pete Franco (assistant editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#396 (August, 2001) - Joe Casey (writer), Ian Churchill (pencils), Norm Rapmund & Lary Strucker (inks), Mark Powers (editor), Pete Franco (assistant editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#397 (August, 2001) - Joe Casey (writer), Sean Phillips (pencils), Sean Rubi & Danny Miki (inks), Mark Powers (editor), Pete Franco (assistant editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#398 (August, 2001) - Joe Casey (writer), Sean Phillips (pencils), Ashley Wood & Danny Miki (inks), Mark Powers (editor), Pete Franco (assistant editor)
Vengeance#1 (September, 2011) - Joe Casey (writer), Nick Dragotta (artist), Tom Brennan (editor)
Vengeance#6 (February, 2012) - Joe Casey (writer), Nick Dragotta (pencils, inks), Tom Brennan (editor)

Last updated: 07/05/14

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