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Real Name: Sarah

Identity/Class: Alternate Earth (Earth-15730) human mutant

Occupation: Adventurer

Group Membership: X-Tremists (Adam X/Adam Neramani, Maggott/Japheth, Random/Marshall Stone III)

Affiliations: None

Enemies: Xodus the Forgotten;
    formerly X-Factor (Forge, Havok/Alex Summers, Multiple Man/Jamie Madrox, Polaris/Lorna Dane, Strong Guy/Guido Carosella, Wolfsbane/Rahne Sinclair), X-Men (Jubilee/Jubilation Lee, Professor X/Charles Xavier), X-Men students (Chamber/Jonothon Starsmore, M/Monet St. Croix)

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Unrevealed

First Appearance: X-Men '92 II#7 (November, 2016)

Powers/Abilities: Marrow is a mutant with the ability to grow extensive, rapidly renewing, bones through her skin. She can take these growths and use the bones as weapons, including armor, claws and knives.

Height: 5'8" (presumably same as her 616 counterpart)
Weight: 130 lbs. (presumably same as her 616 counterpart)
Eyes: Blue
Hair: Red


(X-Men '92 II#7 - BTS) - Marrow along with Maggott and Random joined the X-Tremists a group of extremist mutants led by Adam X. The group decided to visit Lilapalooza, a momentous outdoor music festival headlined by Lila Cheney.

(X-Men '92 II#7) - When Lila Cheney suddenly teleported away in the middle of a concert (due to Fabian Cortez's involvement) the audience witnessed the government sanctioned X-Factor take to the stage. Seeing those who they viewed as mutants sellouts working with the government Marrow and the others believed they had been tricked and Sentinels would arrive any moment. Enraged Marrow and the others attacked X-Factor.

(X-Men '92 II#8) - During the fight that followed Marrow took on Wolfsbane and Multiple Man while X-Factor kept telling them they had not come to arrest them. However when Charles Xavier arrived with Jubilee and two of his new students Monet and Chamber the radical mutants focuses their attention on Xavier. Eventually X-Men student Chamber defeated Marrow after which President Robert Kelly arrived with his entourage breaking up the fight.

(X-Men '92 II#9) - The X-Tremists and other attendees of the Lilapalooza were in for a shock when suddenly the giant hand of the banished Celestial, Xodus the Forgotten, returned to their dimension. Unbeknownst to the mutants Xodus planned to destroy Earth fearing mutantkind would one day ascend and replace the Celestials. Chaos soon followed as the Lilapalooza attendees panicked until Xavier used his telepathic abilities to calm everybody, including Marrow down. However, only Adam X proved immune and witnessed the arrival of the X-Men and Apocalypse with a following of "evil" mutants.

(X-Men '92 II#10) - In the end Xavier and Apocalypse worked together, knowing that only a world full of mutants could defeat Xodus the Forgotten and save the world from destruction. When millions of humans replied Xavier's message to have their latent x-gene activated and join the fight against Xodus it was X-Men student Dead Girl with Xavier's help who used the Darkhold to do so, although Xavier gave his life in the process. Marrow then joined millions of mutants in the fight against Xodus.

Comments: Created by Jeph Loeb and David Brewer;
    adapted by Chad Bowers, Chris Sims and Alti Firmansyah.

When, in 2015's Secret Wars, the Multiverse was destroyed following the incursions of planets it appeared as if Reality-92131 was drafted onto Battleworld as the Westchester domain. All Earth-92131 profiles on the Marvel Appendix reflected that information, however, this has since been debunked with the news that the original X-Men: The Animated Series will receive a brand new season to pick up where the original series ended. As such the reality seen in two volumes of X-Men '92 (2015-2017) now have their own reality-designation. The X-Men '92: House of XCII 2022 series was inspired by both the animated series and Hickman's House of X run but is its own separate reality. Nearly thirty years after X-Men: The Animated Series first debuted the new season will appear on Disney+ in fall 2023.

The "previously" text of X-Men '92 II#9 (January, 2017) revealed Adam X's group of radical mutants were called the X-Tremists.

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X-Men '92 II#7, p13, pan4 (main image)
X-Men '92 II#8, p4, pan1 (attacking Wolfsbane)

X-Men '92 II#7 (November, 2016) - Chad Bowers, Chris Sims (writers), Alti Firmansyah (pencils, inks), Jordan D. White, Heather Antos (editors)
X-Men '92 II#8 (December, 2016) - Chad Bowers, Chris Sims (writers), Alti Firmansyah (pencils, inks), Jordan D. White, Heather Antos (editors)
X-Men '92 II#9 (January, 2017) - Chad Bowers, Chris Sims (writers), Alti Firmansyah (pencils, inks), Jordan D. White, Heather Antos (editors)
X-Men '92 II#10 (February, 2017) - Chad Bowers, Chris Sims (writers), Alti Firmansyah, Cory Hamscher (pencils, inks), Jordan D. White, Heather Antos (editors)

First Posted: 05/24/2020
Last Updated: 02/04/2023

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