witness-transchronological-G&b2-base.jpg WITNESS

Real Name: Unrevealed;
    reported on multiple occasions, including his own references, as "LeBeau" (see comments)

Identity/Class: Extratemporal/transchronological, presumed human mutant +/-  mutate (see comments)

Occupation: Unrevealed;
    in Reality-1191 circa 2084, Witness had some position of power in (or possibly running) the Pool maximum security prison

Group Membership: Order of Witnesses

Affiliations: (Earth-616) Lucas Bishop of Earth-1191, Cable (Nathan Summers/Nathan Dayspring Askani'son, born on Earth-616, raised on Earth-4935), Flo (waitress at Cully's diner), Gambit (Remy LeBeau), Stryfe (clone of Cable/Nathan Dayspring Askani'son, created and raised in Reality-4935)
    (Earth-1191) Lucas Bishop, Bishop's unidentified mutant grandmother (surname possibly Bishop) of Earth-1191, Lycadeon, Shackle (Shirley Baylor), Shard (surname likely Bishop)
    (Earth-9910) Lucas Bishop of Earth-1191, Michael (surname unrevealed) of Earth-616, an unidentified band of (mostly) mutants in Earth-9910's future (including Jinx, Link, Nom, and Scorch);
        although not directly interacting, in desiring Chronomancer's defeat, he would likely consider Nom's Giant people and the Kith (notably Kinlan Karth) to be allies;
        uncertain relationship to Fold, Samarra Shaw, and Trickster

Enemies: (Earth-616) le Bete Noir, Marauders (Scalphunter (John Greycrow), Vertigo (Savage Land Mutates)), Mister Sinister (Nathaniel Essex);
Chronomancer (Trevor Fitzroy), Chronotroopers
    (Earth-9910) Chronomancer (Trevor Fitzroy), Samarra Shaw

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: LeBeau (it was originally hinted and seemingly confirmed that Witness was an older counterpart of Remy LeBeau, aka Gambit; see comments)

Base of Operations: Unrevealed;
    formerly a house in Treme', New Orleans;
    formerly a New Orleans mausoleum;
    formerly mobile on Earth-9910;
    formerly Stark/Fujikawa, Earth-1191 (especially circa 2084 AD)

First AppearanceUncanny X-Men I#287 (April, 1992)witness-transchronological-G&b4-times.jpg

Powers/Abilities: Allegedly transchronological (existing simultaneously in the past, present, and future; see comments), Witness saw all times (from the distant past to possible futures) as one: "Tomorrow happens the same as yesterday; they all just memories to me." 

    As such, he had extensive knowledge of the past, as well as an awareness of what would happen in the future. Presumably he could see multiple potential future timelines. He also may have been mentally linked with his past and future incarnations, allowing him to know what they know/knew...

    Witness (at least in the future of Earth-9910, see comments), could charge objects with energy and then cause them to explode, just like Gambit.

    Reluctant to share much of his knowledge with others, possibly fearing causing temporal paradoxes, Witness did not seem to understand why he had temporal powers/awareness, but he also seemed to enjoy being vague.

    He often used a cane, although it is not clear how dependent on it he was. In Earth-9910's future, he seemed ever older and more feeble.

    It is unrevealed whether the Momentary Princess was powered by him, vice-versa, both, or neither...

    Mysterious in nature (even to himself), Witness made this comment that gave extremely vague information about his complex nature: "I am LeBeau and more than LeBeau. I am in jail; I am a jail. One strange man, me."

Height: Unrevealed (perhaps 5'9"; he generally appeared to be significantly shorter than the 6'2" Gambit, although he was often leaning on a cane)
Weight: Unrevealed (perhaps 140 lbs.)
Eyes: Varied between appearances;
    in Reality-616, his eyes were at least on one occasion clearly light blue;
    in Reality-1191, his eyes were often solid white, with no visible iris or pupil; however, on at least one occasion (and possibly two, as his eyes looked solid black but were partially obscurred by his hair), he had black sclera with red irides (and black pupils);
    in Reality-9910, he appeared to be wearing some sort of lenses (with some sort of concentric rings) over his eyes
Hair: White (or various shades of gray)

History: As everything seemed to happen at the same time for Witness, his chronology is difficult to define (and perhaps irrelevent). 

(Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#2 (fb) - BTS) - Although he did not understand how or why, Witness existed at the confluence of the past and the present, observing the past and the future as the same. 

(Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#2 (fb) - BTS) - A six year old Remy LeBeau, looking to make a score with which to impress the Thieves Guild, happened across Witness' base, accessed within a New Orleans mausoleum.

(Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#2 (fb) - BTS) - When Witness explained his nature, Remy got a headache trying to understand it. Ultimately, though unable to fully comprehend it, LeBeau ulitmately simply accepted it.

(Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#2 (fb) - BTS) - Valuing his time with Witness, Remy returned to visit him as often as time would allow; over the years, this availability became less frequent.

(Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#2 (fb) - BTS) - Witness was present as Xavier was crippled in battle with the Quist/Arcane known as Lucifer.

(Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#2 (fb) - BTS) - Witness was present as Magneto first began forming the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.

(X-Men II#8 (fb) - BTS / XSE#4 (fb) - BTS) - Witness raised the young Bishop for Bishop's grandmother until she came to take Bishop away from Witness.

(Uncanny X-Men I#287 (fb) - BTS) - Bishop believed that Witness was known by that name because he was alleged to have witnessed the fall of the X-Men.

witness_lebeau-seated.jpg(XSE#4 (fb) - BTS) - After his sister, Shard, had been infected/transformed into an Emplate, Bishop had her brought to Stark-Fujikawa, where he convinced Lycadeon to let him see the Witness, as he was sure he could make the holographic process work on Shard.

(XSE#4 (fb)) - Lycadeon brought Bishop to Witness to get authority to make a holographic replica of Shard attached to her brainwaves; knowing why Bishop had come, Witness first noted how Bishop had come back to him after so long. He then agreed to help Shard in exchange for Bishop quitting the XSE and working for him for a year. When Bishop agreed, Witness acknowledged that he knew he would, as he always did; he also noted that it satisfied him for Bishop to thusly barter his soul.witness_lebeau-uxm287-face.jpg

(XSE#4 (fb) - BTS) - Bishop met with XSE leader Hecate, who arranged to suspend his duties for a year, in hopes that when he returned he would have something useful to share about the Witness.

(XSE#4 (fb) - BTS) - Bishop was unwilling to talk about most of his experiences under Witness.

(XSE#4 (fb)) - Witness met with Bishop, telling he had done well on the last mission and that he was satisfied; he noted that he appreciated that Bishop did not approve of the mission and maybe didn't approve of "LeBeau" (referring to himself). Bishop replied that he didn't understand the Witness and asked how it was possible that one of the X-Men would end up like this. Witness offered a secret: I am LeBeau and more than LeBeau. I am in jail; I am a jail. "One strange man, me." Noting he was bored with Bishop, he told him to depart.

(XSE#4 (fb) - BTS) - Shackle, the head of security at Stark/Fujjikawa, added that the Witness was both good and evil, representing the best and the worst of mutants, and that he had been through so much and had seen so much, who could judge him? Bishop replied that someday he would know him and judge him.

(XSE#4 (fb) - BTS) - At the end of his year's service, Bishop was given the uniprojector with Shard's holographic matrix, after which he destroyed the master matrix they had stored in their databank.

(XSE#4 (fb)) - Lycadeon had Bishop brought before the Witness, noting what he had done. Witness agreed that their deal had not been to share Shard, and he instructed Lycadeon to give Bishop the projector and let him go back to the XSE. He offered to Bishop that his door was always open to Bishop and he could come back and see him anytime. 

(Uncanny X-Men I#287 (fb)) - Bishop arranged a meeting with the Witness at the Pool maximum security prison. Witness initially expressed surprise to see Bishop returning and asked if he had come to kill, judge, or free him. However, as soon as Bishop began to speak, Witness revealed that he knew Bishop had discovered the Xavier Sanctum and had discovered evidence that the X-Men had been murdered by one of their own; he told Bishop there were no secrets from him as he was the king of secrets. Despite having already known this and claiming to have seen it happen, Witness -- stating Bishop's question (How do we know the traitor was ever caught and brought to justice?) before Bishop could -- told him, "You don't know. Never know." Witness remained silent when Bishop asked who betrayed the X-Men, at which point Shackle forced Bishop to depart, telling him they'd all had enough excitement for one day.

(X-Men II#8 - BTS) - Having traveled to the modern era of Reality-616 and joined that era's X-Men, Bishop considered Gambit to be the Witness' past self and revealed his last name.

witness-transchronological-gam2-tomorrow.jpg(Gambit II#10 (fb)) <2084 AD> - Examining the Momentary Princess gem, one of Witness' agents evaluated whether the coordinates had been properly programmed, and others noted that the temporal window intervals in place, the stasis shell would protect the psigraphic archival information contained within its bioneural nodes, and that, when activated, the shell would simultaneously pierce the temporal barriers into all of its predesignated temporal coordinates. 

    One of the agents asked Witness why this was so important to him, and Witness -- considering the gem's complicated legacy and destiny -- cackled and replied that there were "a whole lotta people waiting for it...including me..."

X-Men: Phoenix#1 (fb) - BTS) - The Order of Witnesses (active in Earth-4935's 38th century, or thereabouts) was founded in the last 21st century by a mutant seeking redemption for the sins of his past.

(Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#2 (fb) - BTS) - Witness was present in the future when Wolverine died. 

(Bishop: The Last X-Man#2 (fb) - BTS) - In the future of Reality-9910 (a world dominated by the Chronomancer/Trevor Fitzroy), Witness was associated with a group of group of nomadic mutants (and others) including Jinx, Link, Nom, and Scorch. 

(Bishop: The Last X-Man#3 (fb) - BTS) - Witness served as mentor, father, and inspiration ("ray of light") to Link.

(Bishop: The Last X-Man#7 (fb) - BTS) - Witness taught Jinx and the others -- who were "lost" -- to steal and stay alive.

witness-transchronological-blxm6.jpg(Bishop: The Last X-Man#2) - After Bishop arrived in the future of Reality-9910, a visibly older Witness arrived, silencing an argument between Link and Scorch. Ignoring advice from Scorch, Witness approached Bishop and asked if he knew him. When Bishop responded in the affirmative, Witness instructed the others to untie him.

    The next day, after Witness cryptically explained that some -- rather than following linear time like most -- were instead followed by time. Appreciating he was neither in his own reality nor the mainstream reality-616, Bishop asked Witness where he was, only to be told "You is where you needed to be...the future, the present, the now. Ain't what it used to be..." When Bishop became angry and more forceful, questioning Witness' identity and reaching to pull off his hood, Witness forcibly grabbed Bishop's hand and stopped him, insisting he stop yelling.

    After Bishop had calmed down, Witness advised Bishop to consider whom all of his time travel had in common: Fitroy, now the Chronomancer. Witness explained that Fitroy had found a time without Bishop and made it his own; and now that Bishop had found Chronomancer, Bishop's choice was to run or to do what he had to do. A frustrated Bishop walked away, and when Jinx went after him, Scorch tried to stop her, but Witness told him to let her go.

(Bishop: The Last X-Man#2 (fb) - BTS) - When Jinx told Bishop they stole to survive and used the "M" symbol on their face to inspire fear when robbing nobles, Bishop considered that Witness had taught them to be thieves but questioned whether or not Witness was LeBeau or not.

(Bishop: The Last X-Man#3) - As a number of Chronomancer's agents slaughtered the villagers, Link tried to get Witness to safety, but Witness told her there was no out for him this time; he told her instead to be ready and to remember what she had learned: She was strong, and she would need to be for what was coming. Further advising Link to tell the people to go to the city Dunduine, even if they wouldn't listen, Witness next sent her away as Chronomancer's agents entered their tent. Noting he had not done this in awhile and he hadn't seen any playing cards in some time, Witness charged his staff with energy and detonated it, destroying Chronomancer's agent and allowing Link to escape. witness-transchronological-blxm7-upper.jpg

    Witness was believed to have perished in the effort.

(Bishop: The Last X-Man#5 - BTS) - In Dunduine, Witness' agents Fold and Trickster transported Michael (a pre-teen? who had been transported to Reality-9910's future with Bishop) from the streets (and presumably to the dwelling in which Witness was located.

(Bishop: The Last X-Man#5 - BTS) - In the mountain aerie base of the Kith, Fold and Trickster transported Nom, Link, Jinx, and Scorch back to Dunduine.

(Bishop: The Last X-Man#5) - In Dunduine, Witness -- flanked by Fold, Trickster, and Samarra Shaw; and with Michael -- was present with Michael to greet Nom, Link, Jinx, and Scorch as they arrived, surprising them with his survival, and telling them that Bishop would be there -- and answers would be forthcoming -- soon. witness-transchronological-blxm14-mostfull.jpg

    Scorch confronted Witness, demanding to know who these people were and telling Witness they had left people behind at the Kith's aerie. Witness told Scorch that the people in Dunduine needed rescuing just as much; and he warned Scorch to stop yelling, or he would put him over his knee. 

    After Samarra Shaw explained their importance, Bishop arrived with the exiled Kith and rightful leader, Kinlan Karth Kith.

(Bishop: The Last X-Man#6) - As Michael cheered Bishop and his allies, Witness advised him to stay low and safe. When Link asked about the struggle, Witness explained about the old fight between Bishop and Fitzroy, and then Samarra Shaw explained the ongoing struggle against the Chronomancer. After Samarra departed, Witness praised Link for listening him and explained that Chronomancer had gotten too powerful and needed to be knocked down.

    Link agreed to try to understand, but after Witness left, she considered that if Chronomancer was the one who needed knocking down, why was Chronomancer attacking Witness.

    After Kinlan Karth defeated the corrupt usurper Kalin Karth and the other Kith fled, Witness explained that by listening to him and coming to Dunduine, they had won a big fight and made some allies that they would need. Bishop questioned why Witness should be testing him, but Jinx (?) told him to save his questions and had Fold and Trickster teleport them all away.

(Bishop: The Last X-Man#7) - In the Hellfire Clan's base, Jinx questioned Witness, but he reminded her how he had saved and trained them in the past and told her that Bishop needed all of them to trust him.

    When Michael worried about Bishop being missing (he had been taking away by Samarra), Witness assured him that he and the other youths would be standing at the brink of greatness with Bishop.

    When Link questioned Witness telepathically, he urged her to tone it down to prevent their heads from hurting, Sammara interrupted and demonstrated her powers to force the others' compliance, but Witness charged up a staff and warned Samarra to stop this before he made her do it.

    Sammara instead accused Witness of having manipulated his followers and made deals in his own interest. Michael and Link expressed confidence in Witness, and Link apologized for snapping at him, he acknowledged that he had a lot to be sorry for, but assured them that his reasons were right; and he told them all, no matter what, to take care of Bishop.

    When Sammara later questioned whether Bishop would succeed, Witness assured her that Bishop would never give up, and that he would take care of himself 

(Bishop: The Last X-Man#14) - As Nom brought his giant people to join the battle against the forces of the Chronomancer, Witness appeared, flanked by Fold and Trickster, and suggested that -- as the battle was looking to have been won -- that the young Michael should come with him if he wanted to see how things ended up.

    Witness stood behind Michael as Bishop battled and ultimately slew Chronomancer; having absorbed Chronomancer's energies, Bishop then vanished, returning to the modern era of Reality-616.

(Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#2 (fb) - BTS) - Witness was present as a time-traveling Scott Summers and Jean Grey traveled across the desert with the young Nathan Summers in Reality-4935's future (around 4000 AD). 

witness-transchronological-G&b3-base.jpg(Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#1 - BTS) - After Bishop was bonded to the energies of the ancient Bete Noir, Gambit convinced Bishop to come with him to deal with the matter and to avoid a confrontation with Stryfe, who had sought to obtain Le Bete Noir's energies for his own purposes..

(Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#2) - Pursued by Cable (Nathan Dayspring Askani'son), from whom he had been cloned and who sought to destroy him, Stryfe sought out Witness within his base, accessed via a portal in a New Orleans mausoleum.

(Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#2) - Gambit led Bishop to Witness' base and introduced Witness, who acknowledged that he and Bishop had already met, though noting it had been awhile. Bishop asked how he could be there, but Witness noted, "I am. What more you gotta know?"

    Bishop questioned whether Witness wasn't Gambit (LeBeau), but Witness told him that that was what Bishop wanted to believe, and "who was I to tell you anything different?"

    Witness explained how he existed at the confluence of both past and present, observing and remembering the past and the future as the same.

    After Gambit revealed his past connection and experiences with Witness, Bishop noted that he was ready to hear what Witness had to tell him. Witness doubted Bishop's readiness, telling Bishop he was used to believing only what he seeing, "but what you're seeing isn't always what's dere, is it?" Witness then led the two confused men into a room -- where the fallen Stryfe asked their help -- telling them to ask the company they had brought with them.

(Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#3) - After Gambit convinced Bishop and Stryfe to call a truce to explain matters, Witness accompanied the three of them to Cully's Diner (which Gambit indicated had N'Orleans' finest gumbo), where they were waited on by Flo. Though Stryfe telepathically made everyone see them in street clothes instead of their costumes, Witness advised Stryfe that it was rude to eat with a helmet on.

    When Stryfe began to detail his origins, Witness requested he deliver the short version, as he didn't have enough soup for a long ramble. After Bishop lost his patience with Stryfe and blasted him, Witness explained to Gambit that Bishop must have stored up the energy from an earlier psi-blast from Stryfe. Witness waited out the confrontation and was present as Cable arrived.

witness-transchronological-G&b4-face.jpg(Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#4) - When Gambit and Bishop questioned why they should save the murderous Stryfe from Cable, Witness advised -- while clarifying that he thought Stryfe was scum of the Earth -- that X-Men should not be murdering or taking lives in retribution.

    When Bishop and Stryfe asked Witness what was going to happen, Witness told them: "If I told you everyt'in -- which I can't -- somet'in' to do wid 'de laws of chaos an' time an' other t'ings you ain't ready to hear 'bout would make t'ings even worse. An' besides, how much fun would dat be?"

    Cable subsequently arrived and sent a wave of techno-organic wires over the group.

(Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#4 - BTS) - While Gambit and Bishop were distracted, Cable carried off Witness and Stryfe over his shoulder. Cable took them back to Witness' mauseoleum, which he coated in techno-organic circuitry to prevent Gambit and Bishop's entry.

(Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#5) - Witness sat quietly as Bishop and Gambit, having made it past the circuitry, talked Cable out of killing Stryfe. After Stryfe explained the nature of le Bete Noir, Witness gave Bishop a shirt designed to help him monitor and control le Bete Noir's activity, and to prevent him from unwittingly accessing its power and setting it free. However, le Bete Noir's energies surged forth anyway shortly thereafter.

(Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#6) - As waves of energy surged forth from Bishop, Witness warned the others, "Dis is gonna be bad, pups."

    Witness then explained that le Bete Noir would destroy the Earth, but only after it had enjoyed corrupting humanity's souls, causing suffering and death on an unimaginable scale. After that, having gained the strength to escape Earth, it would depart in search of the Phoenix Force.

    Ultimately, Stryfe sacrificed himself, pulling le Bete Noir into his own body, knowing -- as he was not a power battery like Bishop -- le Bete Noir would consume his form before it had a foothold on Earth, which would destroy le Bete Noir as well.

    After Cable departed, Bishop and Gambit found Witness and everything else within his mausoleum gone. Gambit wondered if it was because he had finally run out of things to see.

witness-transchronological-x200-clock.jpg(X-Men II#200 (fb) - BTS) - Witness relocated to a house in Treme, New Orleans.

X-Men II#200 (fb) - BTS) - As part of a plot to assure that only he knew the location of the birth of the "Messiah Child" (Hope Summers), Sinister targeted a number of psychics, precognitives, time travelers with knowledge of the future, and artifacts that revealed the future.

(X-Men II#200) - Sinister's Marauders agents Scalphunter and Vertigo traveled to Witness' house in the Treme, where Witness was winding (or adjusting) a clock.

    Although he had a shotgun sitting on his counter, Witness made it clear that he had seen how things played out and he had no intention of going for the gun.

    Vertigo then used her powers on Witness, causing him to collapse, and Scalphunter put his rifle to Witness' head and cocked his weapon (presumably killing him thereafter).

Comments: Created by Jim Lee, Scott Lobdell, John Romita Jr., and Scott Williams.

    Who Witness be?

    I wonder if the Momentary Princess has something to do with the origins of Witness (possibly what could have converted Gambit into Witness, or shared their powers, or whatever)

    He liked to call people, "Pup," considering them young and immature.

    Witness' base -- within in a New Orleans mausoleum -- contained numerous artifacts, including a damaged Captain America's shield, a stretched out Mister Fantastic's costume, a Goblin Glider, Magneto's helmet, a Sentinel head, a miniature (model?) SHIELD Helicarrier, a broken Mjolnir, the Scarlet Witch's costume, a Dalek, R2D2, a HERBIE, a mask of Dr. Doom, an Iron Man model 1 armor, maybe the head of Blaquesmith (?), maybe at AT-AT, and various other things I don't recognize off the bat...
....Feel  free to pitch in if you recognize anything else!

    I feel like Witness would be good friends with the Caretaker, who is also vague and mysterious to the point of agony.

    I'd guess the waitress Flo was an homage to Flo, a waitress at Mel's Diner on the TV show Alice. 

Profile by Snood.

should be distinguished from:

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XSE#4, pg. 10, panel 3 (seated in front of energy beam, with two women at his feet);
            panel 4 (face, white eyes);
        pg. 18, panel 4 (standing in front of energy beam);
Gambit II#10, last page, last panel (Gambit eyes)
Bishop: The Last X-Man#6, pg. 10, panel 3 (face, showing eyes);
    #7, pg. 12, panel 5 (upper body, hooded, showing face);
    #14, pg. 13, panel 4 (hooded, knees up);
Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#2, pg. 16-17 (Witness' mausoleum base; Witness seated)
    #3, pg. 2-3 (Witness' mausoleumbase; Witness standing; different angle)
X-Men II#200, pg. 12, panel 4 (with clock)

Uncanny X-Men I#287 (April, 1992) - Jim Lee (plot), Scott Lobdell (script), John Romita Jr. (penciler), Scott Williams (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Men II#8 (May, 1992) - Jim Lee (plot/penciler), Scott Lobdell (script), Jim Lee and Art Thibert (inkers), Bob Harras (editor)
XSE#4 (February, 1997) - John Ostrander (writer), Deodato studios/Mozard Cuto (art), Kelly Corvese (editor)
Gambit II#10 (November, 1999) - Fabian Nicieza (writer, storyteller), Steve Skroce (penciler, storyteller), Rob Hunter (inker), Mark Powers (editor)
Bishop: The Last X-Man#2 (November, 1999) - Joseph Harris (writer), Georges Jeanty (penciler), Art Thibert (inker), Jason Liebig (editor)
Bishop: The Last X-Man#3 (December, 1999) - Joseph Harris (writer), Georges Jeanty (penciler), Art Thibert with Allen Martinez (inker), Jason Liebig (editor)
Bishop: The Last X-Man#5 (February, 2000) - Joseph Harris (writer), Georges Jeanty (penciler), Art Thibert with Allen Martinez (inker), Jason Liebig (editor)
Bishop: The Last X-Man#6 (March, 2000) - Joseph Harris (writer), Michael Ryan (penciler), Andrew Pepoy (inker), Jason Liebig (editor)
Bishop: The Last X-Man#7 (April, 2000) - Joseph Harris (writer), Georges Jeanty (penciler), Art Thibert with Allen Martinez (inker), Jason Liebig (editor)
Bishop: The Last X-Man#14 (November, 2000) - Joseph Harris (writer), Georges Jeanty (penciler), Ray Snyder (inker), Mike Marts (editor)
Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#1 (March, 2001) - Scott Lobdell (plot), Joe Pruett (script), Georges Jeanty (penciler), Sean Parsons (inker), Mike Raicht (assistant editor), Mike Marts (editor)
Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#2 (April, 2001) - Scott Lobdell (plot), Joe Pruett (script), Cary Nord (penciler), Mark Lipka (inker), Mike Raicht (assistant editor), Mike Marts (editor)
Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#3 (April, 2001) - Scott Lobdell (plot), Joe Pruitt (script), Georges Jeanty (penciler), Sean Parsons/Team X (inkers), Mike Marts (editor)
Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#4 (April, 2001) - Scott Lobdell (plot), Joe Pruitt (script), Thomas Derenick (penciler), Cannon/Team X (inker), Mike Marts (editor)
Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#5 (May, 2001) - Scott Lobdell (plot), Joe Pruitt (script), Georges Jeanty/Cary Nord (pencilers), Mark Lipka/Holdredge/Sean Parsons (inker), Mike Marts (editor)
Gambit & Bishop: Sons of the Atom#6 (May, 2001) - Scott Lobdell (plot), Joe Pruitt (script), Georges Jeanty (penciler), Cannon/Mark Lipka/Holdredge/Sean Parsons (inker), Mike Marts (editor)
X-Men: Phoenix#1 (December, 1999) - John Francis Moore (writer), Pascal Alixe (penciler), John Czop, Scott Elmer, Mark McKenna & Larry Strucker (inkers), Mark Powers & Mike Marts (editors)
X-Men II#200 (August, 2007) - Mike Carey (writer), Humberto Ramos & Chris Bachalo (pencilers), Carlos Cuevas & Tim Townsend (inkers), Will Panzo (assistant editor), Andy Schmidt (editor)

First posted: 06/13/2018
Last updated: 06/13/2018

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