Real Name: Eileen Harsaw
Identity/Class: Human, former mutant
Occupation: Asylum patient; former terrorist
Group Membership: None; formerly Brotherhood
of Evil Mutants (Avalanche/Dominikos Petrakis, Blob/Fred Dukes,
Commando/Frank Bohannon, Pyro/St. John Allerdyce, Sauron/Karl Lykos,
Toad/Mortimer Toynbee), Magneto's Red Guard
Affiliations: Brotherhood of Evil Mutants (Avalanche, Blob, Commando, Pyro, Sauron, Toad), Empyrean (Jonathan Chambers), Exodus (Bennet du Paris), the Morlocks (Masque, Thornn/Lucia Callasantos, others)
Enemies: Darkhawk (Chris Powell), Portal (Charles Little Sky), Project: Wideawake (Mr. Cleary, Henry Gyrich, others), Edgar Running Bear, Sleepwalker, Spider-Man (Peter Parker), Vault Guardsmen, X-Factor (Havok/Alex Summers, Multiple Man/Jamie Madrox, Polaris/Lorna Dane, Quicksilver/Pietro Maximoff, Strong Guy/Guido Carosella, Wolfsbane/Rahne Sinclair), X-Force (Boom-Boom/Tabitha Smith, Cable/Nathan Summers, Cannonball/Sam Guthrie, "Domino"/Vanessa Carlysle, Feral/Maria Callasantos, Shatterstar/Gaveedra-Seven, Siryn/Theresa Rourke Cassidy, Warpath/James Proudstar), X-Men (Beast/Hank McCoy, Cyclops/Scott Summers, Gambit/Remy LeBeau, Professor X/Charles Xavier, Psylocke/Betsy Braddock, Revanche/Kwannon, Rogue/Anna Marie, Storm/Ororo Munroe, Wolverine/James Howlett), X-Patriots (Lukas, Piroutte/Jo Beth, Prodigal, Taylor)
Known Relatives: None
Aliases: "Ms. PhD" (insult from Blob)
Base of Operations: An unidentified asylum; formerly Empyrean's island mansion, Florida, USA; Brotherhood of Evil Mutants Headquarters, USA
First Appearance: (on a cover): X-Force I#5 (December, 1991); (in-story): X-Force I#6 (January, 1992)
Powers/Abilities: Phantazia formerly had the mutant ability to harmonize and disrupt electronic wavelengths. By manipulating these wavelengths, Phantazia could produce a variety of effects, including locating hidden objects by harmonizing her surroundings, levitation, disrupting the internal bio-electric field of opponents to incapacitate or scramble their senses, disrupting the internal mechanisms of machinery such as weapons and sensors to prevent detection and at least short range teleportation. As a result of her connection to the electromagnetic spectrum, Phantazia's eyes constantly emitted energy. When asleep, her connection to electronic wavelengths ceased.
Following the events of M-Day, Phantazia no longer possessed any superhuman powers.
Weight: 111 lbs.
Hair: Platinum blonde
(Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z HC Vol. 9 - Phantazia
entry - BTS) - Phantazia was an unheard of mutant, although her true
identity of Eileen Harsaw was known to the authorities.
(Marvel Encyclopedia HC Vol. 2: X-Men - Phantazia
entry - BTS) - Phantazia was recruited by Toad into his new Brotherhood
of Evil Mutants, proving to be an addition Toad would be thankful for.
(X-Force I#6) - Phantazia accompanied Toad and the
other Brotherhood of Evil Mutants members as they met with the Morlock
Masque to discuss an alliance between the two groups. She silently
watched as Toad negotiated with Masque, who remained unsure until the
Morlock Thornn announced that she and other Morlocks wanted action,
starting with Morlock defector Feral, who had joined the heroic mutant
group X-Force. Masque relented to Thornn's announcement and agreed to
Toad's alliance proposal. As a sign of charity, Toad informed Masque
that his Brotherhood of Evil Mutants would take down X-Force on the
(X-Force I#7) - While Blob, Pyro, Toad and Sauron
attacked X-Force at their former Sentinel base headquarters, Phantazia
remained near the battlefield alongside the Morlocks Masque and Thornn.
The trio searched for a hatchway that would lead them inside X-Force's
headquarters and Phantazia used her electronic abilities to harmonize
with her surroundings in an effort to locate the hatchway. When she
located the entrance under a pile of brush, Phantazia accompanied
Masque and Thornn into X-Force's Hangar Bay. Once inside, Masque turned
on the lights and upon seeing X-Force's technological aircraft, Masque
questioned where Cable got the money for such technology, prompting
Phantazia to question where Cable got the technology itself. Before
Phantazia and the others could place plastic explosives around the
base, X-Force spotted them and Cable fired on the trio, warning that
they would only be leaving the base in a body bag. As the trio tried to
determine their next plan of action, Phantazia used her powers to
disrupt the guidance mechanisms in Cable's weaponry. Warning that she
could only keep the disruption up for so long, Phantazia suggested they
do something and Thornn knocked the lights out in an attempt to stack
the odds in their favor. Phantazia then focused her attack on Cable,
who led Cannonball directly into Phantazia's cloak. When Cannonball
tried to expand his blast field within Phantazia's cloak, she disrupted
Cannonball's bodily bio-electric field, causing Cannonball to yell in
pain and momentarily disrupting his blast field.
(X-Force I#9) - After Sauron mortally wounded Cannonball and Cable, Boom-Boom and "Domino" (actually the shape-shifting Copycat posing as Domino) rushed Cannonball to the medical bay with Sauron in pursuit, Siryn, Warpath and Shatterstar stayed behind to search for the remaining Brotherhood of Evil Mutants members. Finding no sign of them, Siryn questioned whether the electric-scrambling Phantazia might be scrambling their senses. Blob soon appeared, confirming Siryn's remarks, and attacked, only to ultimately retreat rather than face the violent Shatterstar. As Cable proved unable to save Cannonball in the medical bay, Phantazia and Masque arrived to deal Cable a final blow. Unfortunately, Shatterstar, Warpath and Siryn arrived behind them and with X-Force completely regrouped, Phantazia opted to retreat, saying goodbye to Masque as she departed and leaving her Morlock ally to be seemingly killed by Shatterstar on Cable's orders.
(All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z
I#7 - Phantazia entry - BTS) - Phantazia and the Brotherhood of Evil
Mutants (minus Sauron) escaped.
(X-Factor I#82) - Phantazia accompanied the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants as they attempted to recruit the Genoshan X-Patriots into the Brotherhood. As the X-Patriot remained unconvinced of the Brotherhood's "good intentions," Quicksilver appeared on the scene and attacked the Brotherhood. Quickly gaining the upper hand, Quicksilver was taken down by Phantazia, who used her powers to short out Quicksilver's internal electric impulses, causing him to fall from the ship they were fighting aboard. Toad praised Phantazia's good work and announced that he had kept Phantazia, one of his most powerful Brotherhood members, in reserve, just in case they faced opposition. Quicksilver's X-Factor allies soon arrived on the scene and a battle broke out between X-Factor and the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants while Phantazia continued using her powers on Quicksilver to keep him out of the fight. As the battle progressed, Polaris took down Sauron following a serious bite from Wolfsbane and Havok blindly fired a plasma burst into the air, where Polaris redirected it into Phantazia and Pyro, taking them both down. X-Factor then regrouped and Toad ordered the Brotherhood to attack, only to find that Phantazia and the others had been taken down. Toad was then knocked out with one punch from the recovered Quicksilver.
(All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z
I#7 - Phantazia entry - BTS) - Despite their defeat by X-Factor,
Phantazia and her Brotherhood of Evil Mutants allies escaped the
(Darkhawk I#19) - Phantazia met with the other
Brotherhood of Evil Mutants members to discuss Toad's plan to destroy
their enemies. When Sauron demanded Toad tell them the plan, Phantazia
grumbly told Sauron to be still and listen instead of flying around.
Blob backed up Sauron, claiming that they had been sitting for awhile
and they owed heroes heavy pain. Toad exclaimed that they had been
beaten before because the team had been diverted from the true goal,
jumping on Blob's shoulders as he continued talking. Blob quickly
ordered Toad to get off of him, remarking that Pyro was about to burn
him but Phantazia enveloped Pyro in her cloak and disrupted his powers,
commenting that Pyro wouldn't be burning anyone with his powers not
working. Thanking Phantazia for breaking up the fight between Blob and
Pyro, Toad returned to explaining his plan, soon showing the
Brotherhood an image of the teleporting Portal, whom Toad claimed was
the key to their vengeance. A short time later, Phantazia and the
Brotherhood of Evil Mutants confronted Portal as he was attempting to
escape from a group of Vault Guardsmen. Phantazia disrupted the
electrified net that the Guardsmen had used against Portal, freeing him
as the Brotherhood feigned an alliance against the Guardsmen. The
Brotherhood then fiercely battled the Guardsmen until Phantazia,
knowing that the Brotherhood had an agenda, opted to end the fight
quickly by disrupting the Guardsmen's armor functions. Portal then
fled, forcing Phantazia and the Brotherhood to pursue until they were
halted by the arriving Darkhawk. A battle quickly ensued and Spider-Man
soon arrived on the scene as well, aiding Darkhawk and the
newly-armored Portal against the Brotherhood, with Darkhawk taking down
Phantazia himself. Blob managed to make it to a truck, forcing the
heroes to scatter as he scooped up Pyro. Toad jumped into the truck's
bed, gathering the unconscious Phantazia and Sauron and fleeing with
the Brotherhood just as the enigmatic Sleepwalker arrived on the scene.
(Darkhawk I#20) - Tracking down Portal, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants
eventually locating and capturing him at Fireheart Industries,
costing the life of security guard Edgar Running Bear. Back at their
headquarters, Phantazia watched as Sauron hypnotized Portal into
subservience. Hoping to use Portal as their own personal teleporter,
Toad then showed Phantazia and the others blueprints of a Seattle
weapons storage facility that housed an experimental laser cannon. Toad
then announced a test of Portal's servitude by having him teleport the
Brotherhood into the weapons facility to steal the cannon. As Portal
stood up, ready to serve, Phantazia remarked how Portal was obeying
Sauron's commands to standstill. Having seen the blueprints, Portal did
as he was commanded and opened a portal, through which Phantazia and
the Brotherhood followed him. Soon finding themselves in New York's
Times Square instead of Seattle, the Brotherhood reacted with surprise
and Phantazia watched as Blob knocked Portal unconscious for his
seeming betrayal. Upon seeing the Brotherhood, Spider-Man, Darkhawk and
their newest ally Sleepwalker, having been searching for the
Brotherhood, attacked. Sleepwalker immediately distorted a lamppost to
entrap Phantazia and Toad, but Phantazia in turn used her own powers to
disrupt Sleepwalker's. When the hypnotized Portal sent Spider-Man into
another dimension, Phantazia regrouped with the other Brotherhood
members as the Toad ordered Sauron to create a diversion. Sauron then
hurled a billboard at remaining heroes Sleepwalker and Darkhawk as
Phantazia and the other Brotherhood members escaped via one of Portal's
(Sleepwalker I#17) - Within the Brotherhood of Evil
Mutants' headquarters, Phantazia silently watched as Pyro berated
Sauron for earlier losing control of Portal, resulting in the
Brotherhood's transport to Times Square. She soon noticed a puff of
pink smoke in their headquarters and informed Toad, but Toad shrugged
off the smoke as an atmospheric aberration and told Phantazia to focus
on the matter at hand, unaware that the smoke was the remnants of
Sleepwalker, who had followed the Brotherhood from Time Square before
disappearing as his human host awoke. Eventually, Darkhawk and a
returning Sleepwalker located the Brotherhood's base and stormed it.
During the attack, Phantazia used her powers to disrupt Sleepwalker's
flight pattern, causing him to crash into a wall, only to be downed
herself by a blast from Darkhawk. Forced to retreat, Phantazia joined
the other Brotherhood of Evil Mutants in escaping through another of
the hypnotized Portal's portals. Before Portal could follow the
Brotherhood, Darkhawk snagged him with his grappling hook, leaving the
Brotherhood without their hypnotized teleporter.
(X-Men II Annual#2 (fb) - BTS) - Phantazia and the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants brought the sick Pyro to mutant scientist/author Jonathan Chambers, who was establishing an island for dying mutants.
(X-Men II Annual#2) - When former Brotherhood members
Avalanche and Commando secretly infiltrated the Florida estate of
Jonathan Chambers on behalf of Project: Wideawake, Phantazia scrambled
Commando's cybernetic sensors as the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants
confronted Avalanche and Commando. Surprised to see his old teammates
fighting against him, Avalanche didn't recognize Phantazia, who had to
be introduced by Pyro. Jonathan Chambers himself interrupted the
near-fight, suggesting that Avalanche and Commando would inevitably
choose life over death and work with him, just as the Brotherhood had
been doing. Later, while Phantazia slept, Commando's cybernetics, not
disrupted during Phantazia's slumber, were able to gather photos of two
civilian doctors working for Chambers: Dr. Josef Kleinbaumm and Dr.
Nancy Alter, experts in viral infections and eugenics, respectively,
and transmit them to Project: Wideawake's Mr. Cleary. A short time
later, after the hostilities had ceased, Phatazia relaxed in one of
Chambers' mansion rooms alongside the other Brotherhood members and
Commando, questioning whether Chambers could actually help the sick
Pyro. Toad admitted that he didn't think Chambers could help Pyro
physically but rather, give Pyro someone to turn to. The gruff Blob
then asked if Pyro and Chambers were kissing yet, prompting Phantazia
to ask if Blob was jealous. Blob angrily exclaimed that he was sick of
Phantazia's snide attitude, only to be interrupted by Chambers, who
warned Blob to not resort to the carny mentality of his past and when
Blob threatened Chambers, Chambers responded by revealing his own
mutant abilities to absorb and redirect the agony of others. The X-Men
soon arrived on Chambers' island, curious as to his association with
the terrorist Brotherhood, and while Cyclops, Beast and Rogue spoke
with Chambers, Phantazia, the Brotherhood, Avalanche and Commando
attacked Gambit, Revanche and Psylocke, who were attempting to
investigate in the sub-basements of Chambers' mansion. As a fierce
battle broke out between Chambers' allies and the X-Men in the
sub-basements, Phantazia stood on the sidelines in silence until
Psylocke hit her with a psychic knife. Cyclops, Beast and Rogue, having
been informed of the battle by Chambers himself, quickly arrived to aid
their teammates but when Cyclops remarked that Avalanche and Commando
were working for Project: Wideawake, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants
were shocked to hear that their two former comrades had been sent to
the island to shut Chambers down. Refusing to let anyone interfere with
his work, Chambers announced himself as Empyrean and used his powers to
down every combatant present. After Empyrean explained his powers to
the X-Men, Cyclops questioned his motives and Beast explained to the
Brotherhood that Empyrean was nothing more than an energy vampire who
fed off dying mutants' energies. Phantazia and the other assembled
mutants then watched as the X-Men debated with Empyrean and the Legacy
Virus-inflicted Pyro discussed the ethics of Empyrean wishing to feed
off Legacy Virus victims. Revanche eventually interrupted the
discussion, announcing that the X-Men had no right to judge Empyrean or
their motives and revealing that she, too, had contracted the Legacy
Virus. Still not convinced of Empyrean's motives, the X-Men reluctantly
agreed to leave just as Project: Wideawake agents arrived on the
island, suspecting Empyrean of illegal activity. After Empyrean got rid
of Project: Wideawake's Henry Gyrich by threatening to expose his
impersonation of the DEA, Phantazia watched as the X-Men departed and
Revanche opted to remain with the X-Men than with Empyrean.
(X-Men Unlimited I#2) - Phantazia and the other
Brotherhood of Evil Mutants were summoned by an unidentified party to a
location just off Key West island in Florida. Relaxing until their
summoner arrived, Phantazia soon picked up a disturbance in the
electromagnetic spectrum, one that was explained with Magneto's Acolyte
Exodus showed up and revealed himself as their summoner. Exodus
announced that Magneto had tasked him with meeting and offering a place
in Magneto's mutant sanctuary that was under construction. When Blob
questioned Magneto's invitation, Exodus further explained that
Magneto's invitation extended only Phantazia and not the other
Brotherhood members, as she was the only one of their number that
Magneto had deemed worthy enough of his Avalon sanctuary. When the
other Brotherhood members grew angry at not being considered worthy,
Exodus asked for Phantazia's answer whether to accompany him to
Magneto's Avalon or not. Unsure, Phantazia mumbled "no" and Exodus
departed, expressing hopes that the Brotherhood's coming deaths would
be painless. After Exodus had left, a solemn Phantazia listened to the
others complaining at Magneto's arrogance and Pyro suggested they move
along to their meeting at a Jimmy Buffet restaurant.
(X-Men: Time Gliders I#1) - Phantazia watched as Avalanche managed to break through the Xavier Mansion's jamming frequencies on behalf of Empyrean, who hoped to gain the Mansion's secrets. Once a communication channel had been established, Phantazia, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants and Empyrean spied on the X-Men as four of their number practiced in the Danger Room. Continuing to watch the feed, Phantazia and the others witnessed Beast's invention of a time travel device he dubbed the Time Glider. Phantazia was also present when Empyrean ordered Commando to steal the Time Glider to prevent the X-Men from disrupting the timestream by traveling back in time to prevent the destruction of the Legacy Virus before it spread.
Time Gliders I#2) - After Commando succeeded in stealing the Time
Glider and the X-Men tracked the Glider to Empyrean's island, Empyrean
sent Phantazia and Avalanche to battle the X-Men when Blob failed to
stop them, ordering them to kill the X-Men if necessary to prevent them
from reaching Empyrean's lab.
(X-Men: Time Gliders I#4) - Arriving just as a nearly-drowned Storm washed up on the island shore of Empyrean's base, Phantazia admitted that she had thought for sure the undertow would've finished Storm, who announced that she was made of sterner stuff. When Storm warned not to try her patience, Phantazia responded with an electromagnetic blast, remarking that Storm wasn't the only woman with power. Storm then knocked Phantazia to the ground, commenting that Phantazia was lucky the X-Men did not kill but Phantazia replied that she was not ready to die and blasted Storm from behind with another electromagnetic burst, warning that as long as the X-Men stood in their way, the Brotherhood would destroy them. Checking the downed Storm, Phantazia thought to herself how the Legacy Virus could very well kill the Brotherhood first and began to question whether or not she was doing the right thing by aiding Empyrean. Shortly thereafter, Phantazia located Cyclops and fired an electromagnetic blast at him before a recovered Storm arrived and renewed her battle with Phantazia as the regrouped X-Men battled the assembled Brotherhood. After dodging Storm's lightning bolts, Phantazia was eventually take down by wind funnel created by Storm. Once the rest of the Brotherhood had been taken down, the X-Men prepared to stop Empyrean, who fled into the timestream with the Time Glider, which Beast then retrieved, leaving Empyrean trapped in the prehistoric era.
(All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z I#7 - Phantazia entry - BTS) - Phantazia remained with the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants until the team was disbanded.
(X-Men Fleer Ultra 1995
Phantazia trading card - BTS) - While evaluating the members of his
Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, Toad admitted that his Brotherhood had no
high and mighty goal but rather just personal gain and that Phantazia
certainly made the Brotherhood's personal gain easier. Looking over her
power set, Toad also admitted that, while he wasn't sure if she was a
mutant or not, he was sure she was evil.
(House of M I#6 (fb) -
BTS) - When Scarlet Witch's briefly warped reality into one where
Magneto ruled and mutants were the majority, Phantazia was altered as
well, becoming a member of Magneto's Red Guard during the warp.
(House of M I#6) - Many heroes soon recalled their true Earth-616 lives and a squad split to distract Magneto. Disguising their attack by arriving inside the Sentinel, the heroes were noticed when Phantazia sensed the arrival of a Sentinel. Magneto and Polaris quickly took out the Sentinel, only for the heroes to emerge and attack. Remaining loyal to Magneto, Phantazia battled the restored heroes alongside the Red Guard and numerous others protecting Magneto and his "House of M."
(New Avengers I#16 (fb) - BTS) - When reality was restored and the Scarlet Witch erased the mutant gene in most of the worlds' mutants, Phantazia was one of the many mutants who was depowered.
(New Avengers I#16 - BTS) - Traumatized by the
experience and recalling the events during Scarlet Witch's reality
warp, the non-powered and raving Eileen Harsaw (formerly Phantazia) was
placed within a padded room in an asylum, where she constantly muttered
the words "House of M" over and over again. Her rantings eventually
gained the attention of S.H.I.E.L.D., who questioned Tony Stark about
their recent mission to Genosha.
Comments: Created by Rob Liefeld and Fabian Nicieza.
Phantazia first appeared on the cover of X-Force I#5
(December, 1991) but she did not appear anywhere in the issue itself. A
holographic image of Phantazia also appeared as part of Jubilee's
Danger Room session in X-Men II#12 (September, 1992) but she did not
actually appear in-person.
Phantazia was seen as part of the Brotherhood of Evil
Mutants in a pin-up by Jim Lee in Marvel X-Men Collection I#3 (March,
1994). The art was taken from the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants trading
card in the 1992 X-Men trading card set. She also received her own
trading card (with art by Mark Pacella & Paul Mounts) and was pictured on the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants card
(with art by Mark Pacella & Dan Panosian) in the 1993 X-Men trading card set. Similarly, she was seen on the
X-Force vs. the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants card in the Marvel Universe
Series IV trading cards from 1993 and in the Fleer Ultra 1995 X-Men
trading card set, Phantazia received a trading card of her own, noting
her Brotherhood of Evil Mutants membership. She also appeared on a
trading card and as a kid's meal toy in a Hardee's restaurant
promotion. X-Men: Time Gliders was the mini-comic series that was
included with the Hardee's kid's meals at that time and I've included
her appearances in that mini-series in this profile. Phantazia was also
seen in a costume that was never shown in comics in a playing card from
the Marvel Vs. trading card game, with art by Brian Stelfreeze. Since the costume was so different,
I've pictured the art here.
Phantazia's height and weight are listed as 6'2" and 171 lbs. in her Marvel Encyclopedia HC Vol. 2: X-Men entry. This was corrected in her All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z I#7 entry.
While Phantazia's 1995 X-Men Fleer Ultra trading card was not a true in-story appearance, many cards in that trading card set featured evaluations of the characters from their group leaders on the backs. Since her evaluation from Toad was never seen in-story, I chose to include the trading card as a BTS appearance in this profile. Presumably, many other characters who had trading card in that set would also have BTS appearances in the card backs.
Phantazia had profiles in the Marvel Encyclopedia HC Vol. 2: X-Men (2004), All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z I#7 (2006) and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z HC Vol. 9 (2009).
The appearance of Phantazia's mask seemed to change
in every appearance she had. One could chalk that up to artistic
interpretation or you might also think maybe that she had replace the
mask every time she was defeated...
Profile by Proto-Man.
Phantazia has no KNOWN connections to:
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X-Force I#7, p14, pan1 (Phantazia opening cloak)
X-Men Unlimited I#2, p21, pan2 (Phantazia unmasked)
Marvel X-Men Collection I#3, p16, splash page (Phantazia from Brotherhood team roster image)
X-Factor I#82, p14, pan2 (Phantazia using her powers on Quicksilver)
Sleepwalker I#17, p14, pan3 (Phantazia firing disrupting eye blasts, alongside Blob)
Darkhawk I#20, p16, pan1 (Phantazia in flight, with yellow-striped mask)
Marvel Universe 1993 X-Force vs. Brotherhood of Evil Mutants trading card (Phantazia alongside Brotherhood of Evil Mutants)
X-Men II Annual#2, p15, pan2 (Phantazia with alternate mask)
X-Men 1993 Phantazia trading card (Phantazia swirling cloak)
X-Men 1993 Brotherhood of Evil Mutants trading card (Phantazia floating over Pyro's flames)
X-Men: Time Gliders I#1, p1, pan2 (Phantazia with another alternate mask)
X-Men: Time Gliders I#2, p7, pan1 (Phantazia inside Empyrean's mansion)
X-Men: Time Gliders I#4, p2-3, pan2 (Phantazia firing electromagnetic blast)
X-Men 1995 Fleer Ultra Phantazia trading card (Phantazia floating)
House of M I#6, p11, pan2 (Phantazia during "House of M" reality warp)
Marvel Vs. Phantazia card (Phantazia's Marvel Vs. card in never-before-seen costume)
X-Force I#6 (January, 1992) - Fabian Nicieza (script), Rob Liefeld (plot, art), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Force I#7 (February, 1992) - "Under the Knife" story - Fabian Nicieza (script), Rob Liefeld (plot, art), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Force I#9 (April, 1992) - "Underground & Over the Top" story - Fabian Nicieza (script), Rob Liefeld (plot, pencils, inks), Dan Panosian (inks), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Factor I#82 (September, 1992) - Peter David (writer), Rurik Tyler (pencils), Al Milgrom (inks), Kelly Corvese (editor)
Darkhawk I#19 (September, 1992) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Mike Manley (art), Nel Yomtov (editor)
Darkhawk I#20 (October, 1992) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Mike Manley (art), Nel Yomtov (editor)
Sleepwalker I#17 (October, 1992) - Bob Budiansky (writer), Bret Blevins (pencils), Mike Manley (inks), Don Daley (editor)
X-Men II Annual#2 (1993) - "A Bluer Slice of Heaven" story - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Aron Wiesenfeld (pencils), Al Milgrom, Bob Wiacek, Keith Williams (inks), Bob Harras (group editor)
X-Men Unlimited I#2 (September, 1993) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Jan Duursema (pencils), Dan Panosian, Keith Williams, Jimmy Palmiotti, Joe Rubinstein (inks), Kelly Corvese (editor)
X-Men: Time Gliders I#1 (1995) - Ben Raab (writer), Mike Gustovitch (pencils), Dan McConnel (inks), Glenn Herdling (editor)
X-Men: Time Gliders I#2 (1995) - Ben Raab (writer), Dave Boller (art), Glenn Herdling (editor)
X-Men: Time Gliders I#4 (1995) - Ben Raab (writer), Roman Morales (pencils), Derek Fisher (inks), Glenn Herdling (editor)
X-Men 1995 X-Men Fleer Ultra Phantazia trading card (1995) - uncredited writer, Lou Harrison (art)
Marvel Encyclopedia HC Vol. 2: X-Men (2004) - Syd Barney-Hawke, Eric J. Moreels (writers), Rob Liefeld (Phantazia profile art), Mark Beazley, Jeff Youngquist (editors)
House of M I#6 (October, 2005) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Olivier Coipel (pencils), Tim Townsend, Rick Magyar, Scott Hanna (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New Avengers I#16 (April, 2006) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Steve McNiven (pencils), Dexter Vines (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z I#7 (2006) - Jeff Christiansen (head writer, coordinator), Mark O'English, Ronald Byrd, Eric J. Moreels, Stuart Vandal, Sean McQuaid, Michael Hoskin, Chad Anderson, Anthony Flamini, Eric Timothy Englehard, Madison Carter, Al Sjoerdsma, Mike Fichera (writers), Rob Liefeld, Jan Duursema (Phantazia entry art), Jeff Youngquist, Jennifer Grunwald (editors)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z HC Vol. 9 (2009) - Jeff Christiansen, Stuart Vandal, Sean McQuaid (head writers, coordinators), Michael Hoskin, Ronald Byrd, Mike Fichera, Madison Carter, Eric J. Moreels, Mike O'Sullivan, David Wiltfong, Gabriel Shechter, Rob London, Markus Raymond, Jacob Rougemont, Andrew Goletz, Rich Green, Chris Biggs, Jeph York, Mark O'English, Al Sjoerdsma, Chad Anderson, Anthony Flamini (writers), Jonathan Couper-Smartt, Bill Lentz, Barry Reese, David Sexton (past writers), Rob Liefeld, Jan Duursema (Phantazia entry art), Jeff Youngquist, Jennifer Grunwald (editors)
Last updated: 11/14/16
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