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PURITY

Membership: Alice Tremaine, Jeffrey "Jeff" Holloway, Thomas "Tommy" More (founding members, Chicago chapter)
Leon Joseph Barfield (Louisiana chapter), unidentified film student (ESU, New York chapter)

Purpose: Fight for human rights

Affiliations: Barfield Jr., Emil Bondarchuk, Donald Conrack, Mitch Massey, Alda Masterson, PJ, Noel Penrose, Phil, Ross

Enemies: Mutantkind in general, David Alleyne, Amber, Simon Benes' students (Sondra Burgos, Martin Hanover, Aaliyah Hardin, Brandy Hardin, Jun Ho Kim, Louis Magee, Georges Raymond, Aaron Rosenberg, Pauline Shimizu, Danny Zucco), Marie D'Ancanto, Dr. Sean Garrison, Shola Inkosi, Lorelei (Lorelei Travis), Magnetic North (Neutrino Annihilator and four unidentified others), Serafina Montoya, Porcupine (William Bates), Toad (Mortiner Toynbee), Students for Tolerance (Alex, Gigi Martin and five unidentified others), X-Men (Karma/Xi'an Coy Manh, Danielle Moonstar, Nightcrawler/Kurt Wagner, Shadowcat/Kitty Pryde, Storm/Ororo Munroe)

Base of Operations: University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois;
                                   Louisiana;
                                   Empire State University, New York City, New York

First Appearance: X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001/2 (February, 2002)

History:

(Mekanix#1 (fb) - BTS) - Purity, a website spreading anti-mutant propaganda, was created by Chicago University students Jeff Holloway, Alice Tremaine and Tom More. They moderated the website from an off-campus dorm.

(X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001/3) - Purity's website claimed to be "a platform for those who cared about the future of the human race". They advocated no course of action, but only wished to serve as a clearinghouse for information and opinions. However, they did applaud those who would make the ultimate sacrifice to condemn the mutant race. Apart from this declaration of principles, the site also listed "breaking news", "a history of threats", "sightings", "humanity's heroes and most wanted" and discussion forum called Vox Populi (a latin phrase meaning 'voice of the people').

(X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001/3) - While searching for her father (who had gone missing following the genocide on Genosha) Kitty Pryde investigated the Purity website. After defending mutant rights on the site's forum she was quickly banned from the site. Upset, Pryde wondered when Professor Xavier's dream had become such a nightmare, even thinking maybe they should learn to hate them back.

(X-Men Unlimited I#36/1) - Purity was mentioned as trumping the body count of the deceased in Genosha, believing mutants got what they deserved. Sometime later, Purity co-founder Jeff Holloway was seen on the school grounds of the University of Chicago when students discussed how a mystery mutant (Shadowcat) had saved a family from a fire the night before. Jeff and Kitty Pryde had a heated discussion about the subject. Jeff was convinced he needed to stand up for his people, defending his family and truly believed his blood was pure. This angered Kitty so much she punched him in the face. After she also beat up his friends, Kitty was called in to the dean of students John Joseph Maguire who allowed her to stay in school on the condition she would undergo psychological counseling with Dr. Maureen Lyszinski.

(Mekanix#1 (fb) - BTS) - Purity posted an online alert about a mutant having infiltrated the Advanced Physics tutorial being conducted at the University of Chicago by Nobel Laureate Simon Benes. The tutorial's subject was on research into potentially revolutionary applications in the field of Quantum Physics and cosmology, relating to the foundational principles of the Universe. Purity was afraid what a possible mutant terrorist might do with such knowledge. That's why they labeled all of Simon Benes' students possible mutants. Tom More, one of Purity's founding members also hacked into the physics lab network providing them with all the information they'd need.

(Mekanix#1 (fb) - BTS) - Jeff Holloway tried to warn Professor Simon Benes a mutant might be amongst his students. However, Benes wouldn't hear any of it and threatened to have Holloway suspended if he didn't stop his rants. Holloway then went to the printers to get a new batch of fliers promoting the Purity website, warning people of Professor Simon Benes' students.

(Mekanix#1) - After Holloway returned to Purity's "headquarters" in the off-campus dorm, he and the other two founders Thomas More and Alice Tremaine discussed the possible mutant in Benes' class. Holloway thought Benes was a race traitor just like his pet student Kitty Pryde, which led to More joking he would only feel so since Pryde had beat him up (as seen in X-Men Unlimited I#36/1). More had to return to class, kissing his girlfriend Alice goodbye. He ordered Holloway to just observe the lab and do nothing more. But after More had left, Tremaine and Holloway decided to go against More's orders and changed the command protocols of Benes' experiment in the hopes a big disaster would draw the mutant out.

(Mekanix#2) - Since Purity had changed the command protocols of Benes' experiment, the program began to run at full power causing the city of Chicago to become engulfed in a bright blue light. As Kitty Pryde and the other Benes students tried to stop the experiment from exploding, the citizens of Chicago became aware of the bright blue light coming from the Bessemer Field Station. Thomas More, who was still on his way to school also saw the light and realized Alice and Jeff had gone against his orders. More, also a reserve fireman, quickly made his way over to the Bessemer Field Station while other Purity members, Alice and Jeff looked in awe at the bright blue light. Alice was pleased to see the plan work as she wanted to strike a blow for the survival of the human species. At Bessemer Field Station Kitty Pryde was able to stop the experiment from exploding although she couldn't stop the station from collapsing. With help from More and Pryde's friend Karma, the teenagers successfully rescued Professor Benes and his students until the ceiling suddenly collapsed. Certain they would die, More and the others were surprised when the ceiling was telekinetically held up by a new arrival, the combat-telekinetic Shola Inkosi who saved them. But More instantly recognized him as a Genoshan exchange student and instead of being grateful warned Pryde he was a mutant. Unable to believe the bigotry, Pryde revealed she was also a mutant. Upset and confused, More left.

(Mekanix#3 (fb) - BTS) - Alice was able to get photos of Kitty Pryde and Shola, outting them on the Purity website.

(Mekanix#3) - Thomas More was interrogated by the Chicago Police Department for his involvement in the accident but was quickly cleared. Upon returning to his student dorm he was met by Alice, who was waiting for him to celebrate with lingerie and champagne. After a passionate night together, Alice assured Tom she was proud of him for flushing out the mutant in Benes' class. It didn't take long for More to realize what Alice and Jeff had done, outraged they would sacrifice other human beings he reached for the nearest telephone determined to call the police. However, Alice reminded More that he was the one who'd hacked the physics network and decrypted their computers, which would eventually lead the authorities to him as well. While Alice was more determined than ever to further Purity's plans More felt guilty about his involvement. That very night More even helped fight off several attackers who attacked Pryde, Karma and Shola Inkosi.

(Mekanix#4 (fb) - BTS) - Purity's webmistress Alice Tremaine learned Thomas More was spending the entire day with the mutants.

(Mekanix#4 (fb)) - One of Purity's loyal followers, Noel Penrose, lived in the same building as Kitty Pryde. After learning she was a mutant he vandalized her door with anti-mutant slurs.

(Mekanix#4) - Kitty had placed security cameras in the hallway, after reviewing the footage she discovered it was Noel who had vandalized her property. Landlord Dylan Maguire promised to talk to the boy's parents.

(Mekanix#4) - Eager to make amends with Alice, More visited her with a bouquet of roses. After expressing their love for each other Alice revealed she knew he'd spend all day with the mutants and therefore questioned his commitment. Prompting More to express that the best way to destroy the mutants was from within. But upon leaving Alice's apartment he already began to question himself, seeing himself as a modern Judas. However, not much later Shola Inkosi convinced More to cancel his plan.

(Mekanix#5) - The very night More and Inkosi discovered Kitty Pryde and Karma were being attacked by a rogue Sentinel (first seen during the genocide of Genosha). While More kept Karma safe he witnessed how Inkosi successfully destroyed one of the Sentinels.

(Mekanix#5) - The following day, a public debate was held at the University of Chicago concerning a proposal to label Purity a terrorist hate group and have it banned from campus. Alice Tremaine was present to defend her website, explaining she saw it as freedom of speech. But when Kitty Pryde arrived the two girls focused their attention on each other, turning the subject to mutants and racism. To prevent themselves from being provoked, Shola and Karma left the debate and talked things over while sitting on the side of the road when they suddenly noticed a legion of wild Sentinels.

(Mekanix#6) - While Kitty Pryde, Karma and Shola Inkosi fought Sentinels, Alice Tremaine stayed behind at the student union. When the battle had ended and the robots appeared to be destroyed Alice finally left the school building, upset it was once again the fault of mutants. But before she could leave Alice suddenly came across a damaged, little Sentinel. Feeling bad for the tiny machine she picked it up figuring they shared similar goals. Convinced it could be of use, she took it home with her. Several days later at her Illinois family home, Alice was working hard to repair the little Sentinel, vowing to deal with the muties once and forever.

(Chamber#2 (fb) - BTS) - Purity opened a second chapter at Empire State University in New York. This part of the Purity website was led by an unidentified film student. They decided to stick to psychological warfare, embarrassing and belittling mutant students attending ESU. But when six openly mutant freshmen, called the Students for Tolerance were killed by an explosion, the film student and another student with a master's in forensic chemistry decided to investigate. After sweeping the crime scene, their suspicions were confirmed: the explosion was caused by another mutant.

(Chamber#1) - One week later X-Man Chamber had come to ESU on an undercover mission to find out who had killed the Students for Tolerance. The film student witnessed his arrival and decided to shadow this mysterious new student.

(Chamber#2) - While talking to mutant ESU student Amber, Chamber noticed he was being followed and decided to confront the student. The unidentified Purity moderator pretended he was just a film student hoping to cast Chamber in one of his film projects. After declining the offer, they each went their own way but at noon Chamber found he had been "outed" on the Purity website. In response, Amber and Chamber managed to hack the Purity website to find the moderator's whereabouts. And after finding his dorm, Chamber discovered the Purity webmaster was in fact the same student that had been following him. When Chamber accused the student of planting the bomb that killed the mutants, he revealed they had already discovered the explosion was caused by another mutant.

(New Mutants II#4 (fb) - BTS) - Learning Dr. Sean Garrison, known to be affiliated with mutants would make a speech during the graduation ceremony of the University of Chicago, supporters of Purity decided to protest.

(New Mutants II#4) - A group of Purity supporters protested during Dr. Sean Garrison's speech who was aware of Purity's presence. Garrison went on to describe their behavior as simple jealousy. It wouldn't matter if all people would have a mutant ability, a keen intellect, natural beauty or the ability to hit 75 homeruns, people will always be jealous.

(New Mutants II#4 - BTS) - Members of Purity suspected local student David Alleyne to be a mutant. A flyer with his photo and the text "Wanted Dead or Alive" was put on the door of his family home.

(New Mutants II#4) - Upset he'd been outed by Purity, Alleyne was comforted by his younger sister when X-Men Danielle Moonstar and Karma arrived to recruit him for Xavier's Institute. Alleyne showed them the flyer, just as a group of six Purity supporters arrived, having kept an eye on the young mutant. But upon threatening Alleyne, Danielle Moonstar stepped in and used her powers to make the supporters see the entire X-Men team. Scared of the mutant heroes, two of the Purity supporters ran away, when the remaining realized it was a mere illusion Karma used her ability to take possession of another one to fight one of the remaining supporters. With only two supporters left Alleyne was sick of hiding and used his power to mimic the black belt knowledge of the remaining supporter to defeat them. With Purity defeated, Alleyne chose to enroll at Xavier's.

(X-Treme X-Men I#32 - BTS / X-Treme X-Men I#37 (fb) - BTS) - Marie D'Ancanto was lauded as a species hero after she was arrested for attempting a suicide bombing during a Lila Cheney concert as she had targeted Sunspot (leader of the Los Angeles X-Corporation). D'Ancanto wanted revenge on the mutant community since her family was killed in a car crash caused by a group of mutants.

(X-Treme X-Men I#35) - One of Purity's followers was cleaning his gun while listening to Roberto Da Costa's (leader of X-Corps) speech about hope on the radio.

(X-Treme X-Men I#37) - While in Tokyo, Storm and Yukio viewed the Purity website and were shocked to see Marie D'Ancanto was now branded a species traitor.

(Uncanny X-Men I#444 - BTS) - During one of her regular X.S.E. threat assesments, Sage included the Purity site and its followers.

(Uncanny X-Men I#445) - Sheriff Mitch Massey from Washington regularly visited the Purity website. When young mutant Tommy Reichert was holding several classmates hostage in a local church, Massey refused X.S.E. agents Wolverine and Nightcrawler access to the premises, preventing them from saving Reichert's life in time. Sometime later, Sage noticed that the Purity website was updated with a new image that read: "World wake up! The mutes have taken over the world now that they are established as global cops."

(Uncanny X-Men I#449 (fb) - BTS) - In the hopes of transforming Purity into a global political movement founding member Alice Tremaine organized their first ever public conference in the city of London.

(Uncanny X-Men I#449) - During the conference, the place was packed tight with American and British supporters. Among them were the powerless Nightcrawler and Storm (they'd just escaped Viper whose nanites had blocked their powers). Determined to be true to their nature the X-Men refused to sneak out the back and confronted the masses and Purity's public speaker, Alice Tremaine herself. Aware of the mutants' identity Tremaine pointed out it was a private meeting and they were unwelcome, just then one of Purity's supporters, Phil threw a chair at Storm. Nightcrawler used his tail to catch the chair and intimidated Phil until he fainted. Tremaine went on to say the human race would find a way to take their planet back from the mutants, prompting Storm to reveal her X.S.E. badge as they were now deemed authorized law enforcement. As the tension was rising Tremaine shouted they where monsters, but before Storm could act Nightcrawler stepped in announcing they would leave. Just as they were leaving another one of Purity's supporters pulled his gun, but was stopped by other supporters who thought it would be insane. Even if they could kill them their friends would come to get their revenge.

(District X#13 (fb) - BTS) - Leon Joseph Barfield was a leading light in the Louisiana chapter of Purity.

(District X#13 (fb)) - Curious to see mutants in real life Barfield took his son and two friends (Ross and PJ) on a trip to District X, New York's 11th precinct better known as Mutant Town. After the group was denied entrance to the mutant strip club the Wildkat Klub they visited Cafe des Artistes a diner where the waitress was Sylvie, a cat-like mutant. Unbeknownst to them a young boy, William Bates, had come to the diner to come out as a mutant to Sylvie. Just before he got the opportunity to tell her, she went to take their orders. Barfield and his friends made fun of the waitress' appearance until Bates decided to stand up for her, demanding they'd apologize to her and leave. Unimpressed by the young boy, PJ focused his attention on William, but he was so stressed out and unable to keep his mutant powers in check. Bates shot out dozens of razor sharp quills that penetrated and instantly killed PJ.

(District X#14 (fb)) - Shocked by his friend's death, Barfield tried to protect his son while Ross grabbed a knife threatening to kill Bates. However, Bates instinctively enlarged his left arm with razor-sharp claws, gutting his assailant in the process. Barfield grabbed Sylvie and ordered his son to get behind them to leave the diner. Sylvie quickly stomped on Barfield's foot after which Bates gutted him as well. Enraged his father had been killed Barfield Jr. jumped atop of Bates, which caused him to be penetrated by his claws as well.

(District X#14) - Learning of Barfield's position within Purity, commander Vazhin hoped to contain the situation. As the general population was unaware that Bates was a mutant he ordered his men to kill him. He also offered Sylvie and her father a cash settlement of a 100.000 dollars. They agreed to keep his mutant nature a secret in the hopes of avoiding riots caused by Purity.

(X-Men: The 198#1 (fb) - BTS) - After the decimation of the mutant population the members of Purity calculated there were about 198 mutants left on Earth. They decided to intensify their actions to intimidate the remaining few mutants.

(X-Men: The 198#1) - Dressed in garbs reminiscent of Nazis, three members of Purity paid a visit to the Wildkat Klub in Mutant Town wondering if any mutants remained at the bar. While two of them interacted with Toad, telling him they would encourage any mutant to go to the internment camp at the Xavier estate the third Purity member suddenly noticed another mutant at the bar, Lorelei. Afraid of the racists Lorelei quickly fled, with all three Purity members following her. In a nearby alley they caught up with her, holding the mutant down while cutting off her living hair. When Toad arrived to rescue Lorelei he attacked the Purity members, easily defeating the racists but allowing them to escape.

Comments: Created by Chris Claremont (writer).

Several years later (or several months in Marvel time) Christopher Bach, another Chicago based character started a mutant hate group similar to Purity, Humans Now. It's not unthinkable Alice Tremaine or Jeff Holloway were tied to their organization as well.

Thanks to Robbert Graner for pointing out the Purity appearances in District X and X-Treme X-Men.

Profile by MarvellousLuke

CLARIFICATIONS:
Purity has no known connections to


Leon Joseph Barfield

Leon Joseph Barfield was a driving force behind the Louisiana chapter of Purity. Curious to see some mutants in real life he took his son and two friends on a trip to District X. After being denied entrance to the mutant hotspot the Wildkat Klub the group went to the Cafe des Artistes, a diner where the cat-like mutant Sylvie worked as a waitress. Barfield and his friends kept harassing her until a young boy, William Bates, stood up for her. He ordered them to apologize and leave. After stressing out the boy he grew so infuriated he was unable to contain his mutant powers. Bates shot out dozens of sharp quills that penetrated and killed Barfield's friend PJ. Bates subsequently killed Ross, Barfield and his son.

--District X#13 (District X#13 (fb), District X#14 (fb)






Barfield Jr.

Barfield Junior was the son of Leon Joseph Barfield, the driving force behind the Louisiana chapter of Purity. He joined his father and two friends on a road trip to District X to see some mutants in real life. After being denied entrance to the mutant hotspot the Wildkat Klub the group went to the Cafe des Artistes, a diner where the cat-like mutant Sylvie worked as a waitress. Barfield and his friends kept harassing her until a young boy, William Bates, stood up for her. He ordered them to apologize and leave. After stressing out the boy he grew so infuriated he was unable to contain his mutant powers. Bates shot out dozens of sharp quills that penetrated and killed Barfield's friend PJ. Bates subsequently killed Ross, Barfield and his son.

--District X#13 (District X#13 (fb), District X#14 (fb)






Emil Bondarchuk

As a child, Emil Bondarchuk thought his teacher Miss Murphy was a mutant because she could always spot when he was telling a lie. Bondarchuk's brother also witnessed how Miss Murphy gave birth to a hundred eggs during a clarinet recital. Years later Emil was working as a cab driver when he encountered the White Queen on the job. He picked her up at Xavier's and was told to deliver her to Van Cleef & Arple's in Manhattan (to get herself appraised after finding she could turn into a living diamond). On the way, Bondarchuk would joke "Genocide's too good for 'em. But that's just my humor." Bondarchuk's story was published on the Purity website.

--New X-Men I#116 (New X-Men I#116, X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001/2






Donald Conrack

Donald Conrack, a Selectman of the Salem Center Board of Selectmen was present at a meeting between representatives of the Westchester County District Attorney's office, the local Congressman and both New York U.S. Senators to explain the continued presence of Xavier's mutant "stronghold" in their midst. Conrack was the only Selectman who agreed action had to be taken while others took refuge in political platitudes. Conrack's story was published on the Purity website.

--X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001/2






John Joseph Maguire

John Joseph was the dean of the students at the University of Chicago. After students Kitty Pryde and Jeff Holloway got into a fight both were called in to the dean. Pryde's friend Dylan talked to John Joseph on her behalf, however the dean decided to defend Holloway. John Joseph thought the Purity website could be dangerous but as dean he thought it more important that all students could voice their opinion, even if another student found it offensive. Next, when he spoke to Pryde herself he allowed her to stay in school on the condition she would undergo psychological counseling. Some days later John Joseph send Pryde a letter to reaffirm the points of their recent discussion.

Note: In X-Men Unlimited I#36 it seemed like Dylan Maguire (no connection revealed there) called the Dean "Tommy" ("Give her a break, Tommy. She was provoked"). That would make him John Joseph "Tommy" Maguire, that seems very unlikely, I personally think it was just a typo.

--X-Men Unlimited I#36 (X-Men Unlimited I#36, Mekanix#1 - BTS




Alda Masterson

Mrs. Masterson of Widow's Lane of South Salem wondered what the future would hold for normal humans like her and her family. She worried how future generations could compete for work with mutants who could bend steel with their bare hands. Masterson's story was published on the Purity website.

--X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001/2






Serafina Montoya

Serafina was a mutant born with unrevealed abilities on April, 23rd, 1986 who died on December 7th, 2003. Her photo was posted on the Purity website who celebrated she was removed from the gene pool.

--X-Treme X-Men I#37







PJ

PJ was friends with Leon Joseph Barfield who was the driving force behind a Louisiana chapter of Purity. Curious to see some mutants in real life he joined Barfield on a trip to District X. After being denied entrance to the mutant hotspot the Wildkat Klub the group went to the Cafe des Artistes, a diner where the cat-like mutant Sylvie worked as a waitress. Barfield and his friends kept harassing her until a young boy, William Bates, stood up for her. He ordered them to apologize and leave. After stressing out the boy he grew so infuriated he was unable to contain his mutant powers. Bates shot out dozens of sharp quills that penetrated and killed PJ and both Barfield and his son.

--District X#13 (District X#13 (fb), District X#14 (fb)






Noel Penrose

Noel lived with his parents in an apartment complex owned by Dylan Maguire in Chicago. A regular visitor of the Purity website Noel learned fellow tenant Kitty Pryde was a mutant and vandalized her door with anti-mutant lines. Pryde however, had placed security cameras in the hallway and thus found out Noel was the culprit. Landlord Dylan Maguire promised to talk to the boy's parents.

--Mekanix#4 (fb)





Phil

Phil was one of several Purity supporters that attended their first ever public conference in the city of London that was crashed by a powerless Storm and Nightcrawler. Shocked by the sight of the X-Men, Phil couldn't hold back and threw a chair at Storm. Nightcrawler used his tail to catch the chair and intimidated him until he fainted.

--Uncanny X-Men I#449






Ross

Ross was friends with Leon Joseph Barfield who was the driving force behind the Louisiana chapter of Purity. Curious to see some mutants in real life he joined Barfield on a trip to District X. After being denied entrance to the mutant hotspot the Wildkat Klub the group went to the Cafe des Artistes a diner where the waitress was a cat-like mutant. Ross and his friends kept harassing the waitress until a young boy, William Bates stood up for her, ordering them to apologize to her and leave. After stressing out the boy he grew so infuriated he was unable to contain his mutant powers any longer and shot out dozens of sharp quills that penetrated and killed PJ. Ross grabbed a knife threatening to kill Bates. However, Bates instinctively enlarged his left arm with razor-sharp claws gutting the man.

--District X#13 (District X#13 (fb), District X#14 (fb)






Unidentified film student

This unidentified film student opened a second chapter of the Purity website at Empire State University in New York. He decided to stick to psychological warfare, embarrassing and belittling mutant students attending ESU. But when six openly mutant freshmen, called the Students for Tolerance, were killed by an explosion he took another student with a master's degree in forensic chemistry to investigate. After sweeping the crime scene, they confirmed their initial suspicion: the explosion was caused by another mutant. One week later he witnessed the arrival of undercover student, X-Man Chamber and decided to shadow this mysterious new student. When the film student learned of his true identity he outed him on the Purity website. After discovering this Amber and Chamber managed to hack the Purity website to find the moderator's whereabouts. The film student was sought out by Chamber and accused him with planting the bomb that killed the mutant students, he then revealed he had already discovered the explosion was caused by another mutant.

--Chamber#1 (Chamber#2 (fb) - BTS, Chamber#1, Chamber#2






images: (without ads)
X-Men: The 198#1, p8, pan1 (Purity logo)
X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001, p39 (Purity website, first "appearance")
Mekanix#2, p5, pan4,5 (Alice and Jeff see their plan come together)
Uncanny X-Men I#449, p11, pan3 (Alice facing Storm)
Mekanix#5, p20, pan4,5 (bigotry at the University of Chicago)
Uncanny X-Men I#449, p11, pan3 (Tremaine calling mutants Monsters)
X-Men: The 198#1, p11, pan2 (members of Purity fighting Toad)
District X#13, p14, pan1 (Leon Joseph Barfield)
District X#14, p2, pan1 (Barfield Jr.)
X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001, p51, pan3 (Emil Bondarchuk)
X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001, p51, pan1 (Donald Conrack)
X-Men Unlimited I#36, p14, pan3 (John Joseph Maguire)
X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001, p51, pan2 (Alda Masterson)
X-Treme X-Men I#37, p13, pan1 (Serafina Montoya)
District X#13, p19, pan1 (PJ)
Mekanix#4, p5, pan3 (Noel Penrose)
Uncanny X-Men I#449, p10, pan3 (Phil)
District X#13, p14, pan1 (Ross)
Chamber#2, p8, pan2 (film student)


Appearances:
X-Treme X-Men Annual 2001/2 (February, 2002) - Chris Claremont (writer), Salvador Larroca (pencils), Sandu Florea (inks), Mark Powers (editor)
X-Men Unlimited I#36 (July, 2002) - Chris Claremont (writer), Salvador Larroca (pencils, inks), Mark Beazley, C.B. Cebulski, Lynne Yoshii, David Bogart, Andrew Lis (editors)
Chamber#1 (October, 2002) - Brian K. Vaughan (writer), Lee Ferguson (pencils), Norm Rapmund (inks), Mike Raicht (editor)
Chamber#2 (November, 2002) - Brian K. Vaughan (writer), Lee Ferguson (pencils), Norm Rapmund (inks), Mike Raicht (editor)
Mekanix#1 (December, 2002) - Chris Claremont (writer), Juan Bobillo (pencils), Marcello Sosa (inks), Andrew Lis (editor)
Mekanix#2 (January, 2003) - Chris Claremont (writer), Juan Bobillo (pencils), Marcello Sosa (inks), Andrew Lis (editor)
Mekanix#3 (February, 2003) - Chris Claremont (writer), Juan Bobillo (pencils), Marcello Sosa (inks), Andrew Lis (editor)
Mekanix#4 (March, 2003) - Chris Claremont (writer), Juan Bobillo (pencils), Marcello Sosa (inks), Andrew Lis (editor)
Mekanix#5 (April, 2003) - Chris Claremont (writer), Juan Bobillo (pencils), Marcello Sosa (inks), Andrew Lis (editor)
Mekanix#6 (May, 2003) - Chris Claremont (writer), Juan Bobillo (pencils), Marcello Sosa (inks), Andrew Lis (editor)
New Mutants II#4 (October, 2003) - Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir (writers), Keron Grant (pencils), Rob Stull, Rich Perotta (inkers), C.B. Cebulski (editor)
X-Treme X-Men I#35 (January, 2004) - Chris Claremont (writer), Igor Kordey (pencils), Greg Adams (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
X-Treme X-Men I#37 (February, 2004) - Chris Claremont (writer), Igor Kordey (pencils), Scott Hanna (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#444 (July, 2004) - Chris Claremont (writer), Alan Davis (pencils), Mark Farmer (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#445 (August, 2004) - Chris Claremont (writer), Alan Davis (pencils), Mark Farmer (inks), Mike Marts, Stephanie Moore, Cory Sedlmeier (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#449 (November, 2004) - Chris Claremont (writer), Olivier Coipel (pencils), Scott Hanna (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
District X#13 (July, 2005) - David Hine (writer), Lan Medina (pencils), Alejandro Sicat (inks), Sean Ryan, Nick Lowe, Mike Marts (editors)
District X#14 (August, 2005) - David Hine (writer), Lan Medina (pencils), Alejandro Sicat (inks), Sean Ryan, Nick Lowe, Mike Marts (editors)
X-Men: The 198#1 (March, 2006) - David Hine (writer), Jim Muniz (pencils), Kevin Conrad (inks), Mike Marts (editor)


Last updated: 05/10/16.

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