Real Name: Brian Cruz
Identity/Class: Human mutant
Group Membership: None;
formerly Hellions (Dust/Sooraya Qadir, Hellion/Jullian Keller, Mercury/Cessily Kincaid, Rockslide/Santo Vaccarro, Wither/Kevin Ford)
Affiliations: Bevatron (Fabian Marechal-Julbin), Diamondback (Rachel Leighton), the Five (Egg/Fabio Medina, Elixir/Joshua Foley, Proteus/Kevin MacTaggert, Hope Summers, Tempus/Eva Bell), Elizabeth & William Keller, Jennifer Matlin, Paladin, Justin Pierce, S.H.I.E.L.D. (Nick Fury, others), X-23 (Laura Kinney), Xavier Institute Squadrons: Alpha Squadron (Anole/Victor Borkowski, Indra/Paras Gavaskar, Kidogo/Lazaro Kotikash, Loa/Alani Ryan, Network/Sarah Vale, Rubbermaid/Andrea Margulies), Corsairs (Dryad/Callie Betto, Quill/Maxwell Jordan, Specter/Dallas Gibson, Three-In-One/Celeste, Mindee, Phoebe Cuckoo), Excelsiors, Exemplars, New Mutants (Elixir/Joshua Foley, Icarus/Joshua Guthrie, Prodigy/David Alleyne, Surge/Noriko Ashida, Wallflower/Laurie Collins, Wind Dancer/Sofia Mantega), Paragons (D.J./Mark Sheppard, Match/Ben Hamill, Pixie/Megan Gwynn, Preview/Jessical Vale, Trance/Hope Abbott, Wolf Cub/Nicholas Gleason), X-Men (either faculty members from Xavier's School for Gifted Youngster or other X-Men team) (Beast/Henry McCoy, Bishop/Lucas Bishop, Colossus/Piotr Rasputin, Cyclops/Scott Summers, Emma Frost, Iceman/Robert Drake, Karma/Xi'an Coy Manh, Lockheed, Magma/Amara Aquilla, Danielle Moonstar, Nightcrawler/Kurt Wagner, Northstar/Jean-Paul Beaubier, Rogue/Anna Marie, Shadowcat/Kitty Pryde, Wolfsbane/Rahne Sinclair, Wolverine/James "Logan" Howlett)
Enemies: Blob (Fred J. Dukes), Genetassist, Kingmaker (Wallace), Purifiers (Jack Abrams, Matthew Risman and others), Stephanie, Reverend William Stryker
Known Relatives: Unidentified parents, two unidentified siblings
Aliases: "Bri" (called by Hellion)
Base of Operations: The Sextant, The Akademos Habitat, Krakoa;
formerly Xavier Institute for Higher Learning, Salem Center, New York (Place of Death);
formerly San Juan, Puerto Rico (Place of Birth)
First Appearance: New Mutants II#10 (May, 2004)
Powers/Abilities: Tag has a form of mind control that allows him to "tag" a person or object, making them "it". This can have one of two effects. Either the target becomes a pariah, and all others run away from it, mindlessly trying to put as much distance as possible between them, or the target becomes a desirable "it" and all others try to get as close as possible, which can make the target buried under a pile of people. Tag decides which people view the tagged person or item as "it". This power has a limited range, and those affected by it can get out from under his control when they flee too far. Tag was raised with bilingual education and is equally fluent in Spanish and English.
Weight: 175 lbs.
(New X-Men Yearbook Special#1, Tag's entry) - Brian Cruz was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, but moved to the United States as a child. Like many immigrant children, his greatest desire was to fit in and be accepted in his new home. A mutation that developed during adolescence made things more complicated. Brian had a form of mind control that caused others to run away from him. He was brought to the Xavier Institute by Emma Frost who, as a gifted telepath, was resistant to his abilities.
(New X-Men Yearbook Special#1, Tag's entry) - Emma taught Brian control. She taught him to focus his ability, to turn it on and off by giving it a trigger. That trigger, being his touch. It became a game of "tag" and when he tagged himself, he was it, and everyone would flee. As he learned control, he also learned to transfer this pariah effect and, by tagging anyone or anything, make affected minds run away from them or it. He also learned how to focus the power and choose who would run and who would not. He soon made friends, quickly becoming a constant member of Julian Keller's bad-boy crew.
(New Mutants II#10) - Brian attended an advisory meeting with co-headmistress Emma Frost alongside her other students Specter, Hellion, Rockslide and Mercury. Frost explained that all students would eventually receive codenames which normally were chosen by the faculty. In this instance however, she would let her students pick their own, which prompted Brian to decide on "Tag". After everyone had chosen a codename, Emma ensured the group that should they ever want or need something they only had to contact her.
(New X-Men II#2) - Tag was present during the Institute's assembly when the school's new training squads were revealed to the school. Once Cyclops had presented his Corsairs and Frost took the stage to introduce her training squad, the Hellions!
(New X-Men II#3) - The Hellions got into a heated argument with the New Mutants, consisting of Prodigy, Elixir, Surge, Wallflower and Wind Dancer. The squads' rivalry proved contagious as their teachers got in a heated argument as well, in the end it was Cyclops who stopped both squads, concluding they would both face off against each other in the first Field Day exercises.
The following morning the Hellions and the New Mutants (with their newest member Wither) faced off during the school's first Field Day. Tasked to locate a hidden object on campus Hellion sacrificed Mercury to learn of the object's location hidden in the hedge maze where Rockslide and Tag were tasked to guard the entrance.
(New X-Men II#4) - Still busy during the Field Day, the New Mutants found themselves at a standstill with Rockslide guarding the maze's entrance. Before any of the New Mutants could act it was Tag who used his power on Prodigy, to make him the proverbial "it". Affected by being in his close proximity his friends couldn't help themselves from running away from Prodigy. But when Tag's power wore off three of the New Mutants joined up to destroy part of the hedge, making them a new entrance. However, when the threesome arrived on the other side of the hedge they saw the "object" was in fact Shadowcat's dragon Lockheed, attacking the Hellions' Icarus. In the end Icarus claimed the dragon by calming him down with a song, thus winning the Field Day. Cyclops, Frost and Moonstar arrived to congratulate the Hellions with their victory when the New Mutants' Prodigy noted that Tag had cheated as they weren't allowed to use offensive powers. After a quick debate it was declared that Tag's abilities weren't offensive in nature and therefore didn't break the rules. Disappointed the New Mutants each went their way.
Later that day Tag joined his teammates for dinner in the school's cafeteria when Mercury brought Wither of the New Mutants to join them. Surprised Mercury would bring the mutant with a death-touch, Hellion confronted her. Mercury, however, explained that he was lonely and she was the only person he didn't have to worry about as his death-touch couldn't hurt her after revealing she actually liked the boy, Hellion then agreed and welcomed the boy. Just then, Tag and the Hellions witnessed FBI agent Justin Pierce's arrival to arrest Wither for the murder of his father.
(New X-Men II#5) - The following morning word quickly made it's way throughout the school as the students gossiped whether or not Wither had murdered his father. The situation demanded its toll on Wither as he even refused to sit beside his friends during lunch, choosing to rather sit by his lonesome. Tag and the Hellions were in for a surprise when Hellion himself spoke up on behalf of Wither. Hellion made an example of the other students whose powers had been responsible for other questionable deeds. However, not long after Moonstar had persuaded Wither to turn himself in he was taken into custody by FBI agent Justin Pierce. Refusing to stand idle the Hellions met in their dorm as Hellion wanted to break Wither out, Tag, Mercury and Rockslide were quick to side with Hellion while Dust was uncertain. Only Icarus believed their plan to be insane and declined, noting they needed some extra firepower Hellion reached out to Wind Dancer of the New Mutants.
(New X-Men II#6) - Joined by Wind Dancer, Tag and the Hellions quickly located Wither in Salem Center's Metro-North Line where he was guarded by Pierce and a squad of FBI agents. However before the Hellions could "rescue" him they were stopped by the New Mutants squad who were joined by Icarus. As a rivalry between both teams had been brewing for some time the teams jumped in head first with Tag taking on Prodigy. The fight was eventually halted by the arrival of Cyclops, Emma Frost and Wolfsbane who'd informed the faculty. Although Cyclops commanded the New Mutants for stopping the Hellions he was upset they didn't warn the X-Men instead. As punishment for their actions both the Hellions and the New Mutants received detention.
Two weeks later, Wither was cleared of all charges thanks to his mutant lawyer Evangeline Whedon. But before celebrating Wither and Icarus had a talk with Cyclops and asked to switch teams, meaning Wither would become a Hellion and Icarus one of the New Mutants.
(New X-Men II#8) - Tag was seen eating dinner alongside Wither when the New Mutants entertained Prodigy's sister Kim Alleyne.
(New X-Men II#13) - The Xavier's Institute was attacked by Wolverine (mind controlled by the Hand at the time) who killed one of Tag's teachers, Northstar. The following morning, all students were informed of the tragic news by the headmasters. Sometime later, Hellion decided to skip Northstar's funeral and persuaded Tag and Rockslide to join him for a game of frisbee. When Hellion was confronted by the New Mutants' Wind Dancer he reacted irritated noting that he'd give his former advisor the boot and wouldn't make a big deal of it.
(New X-Men II#14) - Tag and Wither joined Hellion when he asked Wind Dancer to be his date for the upcoming Spring Dance. When she declined his offer Hellion took the Stepford Cuckoos as his dates.
(New X-Men II#15 / New X-Men: Hellions#1 (fb) ) - Tag attended the Institute's annual prize-giving ceremony where the Hellions were awarded for their impressive performance in the Field Day event.
(New X-Men II#15) - However before the squad could even celebrate the Institute came under attack by super villain Blob, influenced by Sean Garrison. Moonstar quickly ordered the students to get inside the school while she, Magma and FBI agent Justin Pierce fought the Blob. Noticing they weren't fairing well Prodigy made a plan to stop Blob with the help from Tag, the New Mutants, Hellions and the Stepford Cuckoos. In a highly strategized attack the students fought Blob, bringing him to a standstill. In the end it was Wallflower with the added help of the Stepford Cuckoos who convinced the villain to fall asleep. With the threat at hand dealt with Tag and others watched as S.H.I.E.L.D. had arrived to incarcerate Blob.
(New X-Men Yearbook Special#1) - Alongside his fellow Hellions and their advisor Emma Frost, Tag posed for a group photo for the Xavier yearbook. In the yearbook, Tag was voted to have the most confusing power. He liked to eat junk food and hang with friends and disliked to be alone.
(New X-Men: Hellions#1 (fb) - BTS) - Hellion invited Tag and the other Hellions to his family house in California to enjoy the summer holiday.
(New X-Men: Hellions#1) - Having arrived at the airport the Hellions were quickly detained as they refused Rockslide and Mercury aboard the plane. Refusing to let the issue slide Hellion called his parents' lawyer who convinced Department of Homeland Security to let the mutants board the plane to California. Tag, however, was confused they still had to fly coach when Hellion's parents knew people at Homeland Security. Having arrived in California the group quickly made their way to the Keller estate where the group was "welcomed" by Hellion's father William Keller who'd returned from his holiday when he learned his son had invoked their connections. While Tag and the others enjoyed the mansion's swimming pool, Hellion had a rather unpleasant conversation with his parents who disinherited him on the spot to "protect" their assets. Then after the Keller's had left, Hellion asked his friends to help them find something they could use against them, noting he was wondering why his parents had become so rich in a short period of time. Eventually the group discovered a signed contract with the Kingmaker and decided to summon him through a spell and phonecall. The following morning the Kingmaker arrived declaring to grant one wish each.
(New X-Men: Hellions#2) - The Kingmaker quickly made his case, granting the Hellions what they most wanted in the world and in return help grant someone else's wish. All but Dust were up for Kingmaker's offer until the Hellions convinced the Kingmaker to give them a no-strings-attached preview. Up first was Rockslide who wished to become a wrestling champion, a wish that was easily granted. Tag and the Hellions visited Rockslide during a wrestling match where the rock-like mutant fought Strongarm. Worried his friends might no longer hang with him if they got their heart's desire, Brian wished for his friends to stay together as a group. Kingmaker, however, told Tag he could do better than that. Next was Mercury who was returned to her parents who no longer feared her mutant nature. Wither was third and received a temporary cure for his mutations so he could touch people without killing them. Fourth was Dust who was reunited with her long-lost mother in Afghanistan who could potentially be brought to the States.
(New X-Men: Hellions#4 (fb) - BTS) - Although his original wish was scoffed upon by the Kingmaker, his second wish enabled Tag to use his power to make people literally "It" and make them the center of attention.
(New X-Men: Hellions#2) - Fifth was Hellion who wished to become a superhero, Tag joined Hellion on a trip to Hollywood where Hellion stopped an assassin. Tag then secretly used his newfound ability to make Hellion "it" so he could become the superhero he dreamed of becoming. Already familiar with the Kingmaker's associates, Tag had reporter Jennifer Maltin interview Hellion. Sometime later the preview of their wishes ended as the Kingmaker gathered the Hellions for the deciding meeting. Unbeknownst to the Hellions, the Kingmaker's new contact was Doctor Octopus who was looking to acquire Genetassist's research. Referring to the Hellions, the Kingmaker informed him he had the right team for the job.
(New X-Men: Hellions#3) - The Hellions debated amongst themselves whether or not to sign the Kingmaker's contract. Curious to know what they had to do in return the Kingmaker showed the team their mission, falsely claiming important research from research company Genetassist would fall in the wrong hands they would have to "save" it. The Kingmaker then went on to claim that two criminals Paladin and Diamondback would try to steal the research later that night. Pleasantly surprised they would do a heroes job the Hellions quickly signed their contracts, unaware they were being lied to.
Tag and the Hellions easily made their way inside the Genetassist facility where they bumped into Paladin and Diamondback who were hired by S.H.I.E.L.D. to steal the same research. Once Mercury acquired the briefcase with the research, Tag used his powers on the suitcase, causing Paladin and Diamondback to run from it. However, when they overcame Tag's powers Diamondback took Tag out with a single diamond after which Paladin turned Rockslide's fist back on himself. Having had enough of the fight Hellion used the full force of his powers to take the duo out but not before Diamondback could reveal they were working for the government. The Hellions returned to the Kingmaker's office where the group learned they'd stolen a biological weapon. While the team squabbled among themselves whether or not to hand the biological weapon over to the Kingmaker, Tag reminded the team they had made a deal. Dust, Wither and Rockslide confronted the Kingmaker with their newfound information who reminded the group they had signed the paperwork and now worked for him.
(New X-Men: Hellions#4) - Hellion agreed to give the Kingmaker the suitcase, provided he'd tear up their contracts. The Kingmaker accepted and shredded the contracts after which Hellion gave him the briefcase. Freed of any ties the Hellions immediately attacked the man to get the briefcase back, but he proved too powerful for the team and easily defeated them, knocking Tag unconscious by himself after which he ordered his assistent Stephanie to call the police. Tag and the Hellions finally regained consciousness when the police arrived, however, Tag quickly used his powers so they could escape and locate the Kingmaker. Now realizing what they were dealing with the Hellions used proper teamwork to defeat the Kingmaker after which Nick Fury and S.H.I.E.L.D. arrived. When Fury opened the suitcase he was surprised to find the biological weapon had been rendered inert (thanks to Wither), part of Hellions' plan to make sure no party would get a viable biological weapon.
Aftewards, Tag accompanied Mercury when she learned her parents had been mind controlled into accepting her.
(House of M I#8) - The Scarlet Witch caused millions of mutants to lose their powers by casting a reality altering spell. The event, known as M-Day, reduced the number of gene active mutants to a mere 300 worldwide. Tag was one of the many who lost his mutant powers.
(New X-Men II#20) - When the students at Xavier's awoke the morning after M-Day, chaos erupted when they realized only a handful of them still had mutant powers. While some celebrated their depowerement, others panicked. Still in their dorm Tag soon realized he lost his mutant powers while roommate Hellion had retained his.
(House Of M I#8) - In the wake of M-Day, Tag was comforted by Shadowcat. He then asked Nightcrawler if he'd done something wrong, repeatably asking the X-Man if he was still a mutant.
(New X-Men II#21) - Still at the Institute, Tag gathered with the remaining x-gene active students to watch television and discuss the recent global depowering. Concerned about their friend Mercury asked if he knew what to do. Tag revealed he didn't want to go home, fearing they would make him leave. Rockslide then commented they could fake it and just randomly run from him, Mercury, however, didn't appreciate the comment. The group then continued to watch news reports from all over the world, as well as an interview with former X-Men foe Reverend William Stryker who explained the event as a sign from God. He went on to say that it was now up to humanity to take the next step. Then, Wolverine came in to introduce the students to X-23, a genetic clone created from his DNA. However, just then Prodigy (also depowered) asked his teammates to join him as he'd found a better way to blow off steam, curious what they were up to Tag and the Hellions followed the New Mutants. The Hellions eventually located the New Mutants in the abandoned tunnel connecting the Institute to the Morlock tunnels where Prodigy had built the Danger Cave which was similar to the X-Men's Danger Room. "Crashing" their party so to say, Tag and the Hellions were allowed to join the New Mutants in reenacting an old X-Men training mission transforming their surroundings into "Fall of the Mutants". Dressed as Wolverine, Tag and the others were pitted against the Adversary, but when Dust was unable to see as she wore Destiny's costume with golden mask, Prodigy selected another mission. Once again their surroundings were transformed into "Live Free or Die" pitting them against the Brood. Tag, however, was now dressed in Storm's old costume causing him to demand another mission, the group, however, was unaware they had been followed by X-23 who was watching them.
(New X-Men II#22) - Joined by X-23, the Hellions and New Mutants emerged themselves in another X-Men training mission where they had to fight Nimrod while dressed as members of the Hellfire Club and the X-Men, Tag noted he didn't belong there and left. After Tag had left the group switched scenarios to "Inferno" fought the Goblin Queen and her army of goblins. But when the mission was stopped as Icarus revealed Danielle Moonstar was leaving the Institute Rockslide wondered why Tag wasn't answering his questions until Mercury explained he was ignoring him ever since he lost his powers.
(New X-Men II#23) - Two weeks after the global depowering, Xavier Institute headmaster Emma Frost wanted to pit all remaining powered students against each other in a battle royale to choose a team who would go on to train as New X-Men. Tag was watching TV with his friends when they received Frost's telepathic message, Tag quickly realized something was happening. After the powered students fought each other in Frost's battle royale she chose her six "winners" and Cyclops had added a surprise seventh, the headmasters announced all depowered students would be sent home. A first busload of students had already left when Tag got a chance to say goodbye to his friends after boarding the second bus, carrying another 42 former mutant teens, which was then blown up. The attack was carried out by the Purifiers who were acting on the orders from their leader, the Reverend William Stryker.
(New X-Men II#24 (fb) ) - Moments after the explosion, Surge and Hellion rushed towards the wreckage and found Brian's lifeless body. However, before Hellions could get closer another explosion occurred, severely scarring Hellion's face.
(New X-Men II#24) - Tag was buried at the Institute's cemetery. The entire teaching staff and student body of Xavier's attended his funeral.
(New Avengers I#17 - BTS) - Tag's mutant energies joined with those of the other de-powered mutants, creating the Collective, a massive force presence that ended up killing, among others, most of the members of the Canadian superhero team Alpha Flight.
(New Avengers I#18 - BTS) - S.H.I.E.L.D. analyzed the Collective's multiple energy signatures and managed to identify Tag's pattern, along with 50+ other victims of M-Day.
(New X-Men II#31 - BTS) - When the New X-Men fought Nimrod, Rockslide was reminded of how Tag was killed when the machine was about to kill Hellion. Refusing to let another friend die, Rockslide pushed Hellion out of harm's way taking Nimrod's blast which destroyed the stone-like mutant. Seemingly dying as the other New X-Men and he, himself were unaware he could reform his body.
(New X-Men II#32 - BTS) - Tag was one of the deceased mutants who was remembered during a memorial service attended by the X-Men, the remaining students and their allies.
(X-Men: Divided We Stand#1/4 - BTS) - In the hopes of hurting the X-Men, former student Hellion tried to track down Magneto. During his quest, he thought of how his friend Tag had died.
SECRET WARS III HAPPENED
(Phoenix Resurrection: The Return of Jean Grey#4 - BTS) - When the Phoenix Force returned to Earth to once again try and merge with Jean Grey, it trapped her in an imaginary world where the Phoenix Force had created several constructs of deceased X-Men, amongst them Tag. Dressed as a simple paperboy, "Tag" made his way through the neighborhood, crossing paths with Jean Grey who was on her way to "work".
(New Mutants IV#1 - BTS) - Tag was one of the many mutants who was resurrected by the Five (Egg, Elixir, Proteus, Hope Summers, Tempus) to live a peaceful life on Krakoa, presumably restoring his mutation in the process. Set to live on Krakoa's Akademos Habitat Tag was soon reunited with his fellow Hellions.
(New Mutants IV#1) - Tag and the Hellions were seen talking with Bevatron who was part of Frost's original Hellions.
Comments: Created by Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir (writers), Carlo Barberi (pencils), Wayne Faucher, Juan Vlasco (inkers).
Tag received a handbook profile in the New X-Men Yearbook Special#1 (2005) and Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z HC#11 (2009).
In the current status quo of the X-Men since House of X/Powers of X (2019) mutants who've died will be resurrected again in the Hatchery to live a peaceful life on Krakoa. The resurrection process is achieved and carried out by the Five, consisting of Hope Summers, Egg (Fabio Medina), Elixir (Josh Foley), Tempus (Eva Bell) and Proteus (Kevin MacTaggert). Some of the other resurrected mutants include Jamie Braddock, Healer, Pyro (St. John Allerdyce), Skin (Angelo Espinosa), Synch (Everett Thomas) and Vulcan (Gabriel Summers).
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New Mutants II#10, p1, pan2 (first appearance)
New X-Men II#4, p5, pan2,3 (using powers)
New X-Men: Hellions#1, p11, pan4,5 (hates flying coach)
New X-Men: Hellions#3, p11, pan4 (using his powers against Paladin and Diamondback)
House of M I#8, p13, pan1 (depowered)
New X-Men II#23, p23, pan4,5 (death)
New Mutants IV#1, p8, pan3 (returned to life)
New Mutants II#10 (May, 2004) - Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir (writers), Carlo Barberi (pencils), Wayne Faucher, Juan Vlasco (inkers), Mike Marts (editor)
New X-Men II#2 (August, 2004) - Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir (writers), Randy Green (pencils), Rick Ketcham (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
New X-Men II#3 (September, 2004) - Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir (writers), Staz Johnson (pencils), Rick Ketcham, Sean Parsons (inkers), Mike Marts (editor)
New X-Men II#4 (Ocotber, 2004) - Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir (writers), Staz Johnson (pencils), Scott Koblish (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
New X-Men II#5 (November, 2004) - Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir (writers), Michael Ryan (pencils), Avalon Studios (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
New X-Men II#6 (December, 2004) - Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir (writers), Michael Ryan (pencils), Rick Ketcham (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
New X-Men II#8 (February, 2005) - Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir (writers), Michael Ryan (pencils), Rick Ketcham (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
New X-Men II#13 (July, 2005) - Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir (writers), Michael Ryan (pencils), Rick Ketcham (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
New X-Men II#14 (July, 2005) - Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir (writers), Paco Medina (pencils), Juan Vlasco (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
New X-Men II#15 (August, 2005) - Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir (writers), Paco Medina (pencils), Juan Vlasco (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
New X-Men Yearbook Special#1 (December, 2005) - Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir (writers), Georges Jeanty (pencils), Don Hillsman (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
New X-Men: Hellions#1 (July, 2005) - Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir (writers), Clayton Henry (pencils), Mark Morales (inks), Sean Ryan, Nick Lowe, Mike Marts (editors)
New X-Men: Hellions#2 (August, 2005) - Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir (writers), Clayton Henry (pencils), Mark Morales, Greg Adams (inkers), Sean Ryan, Nick Lowe, Mike Marts (editors)
New X-Men: Hellions#3 (September, 2005) - Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir (writers), Clayton Henry (pencils), Mark Morales, Jay Leisten, Rick Ketcham (inkers), Mike Marts (editor)
New X-Men: Hellions#4 (October, 2005) - Nunzio DeFilippis, Christina Weir (writers), Clayton Henry (pencils), Mark Morales, Jay Leisten (inkers), Sean Ryan, Nick Lowe, Mike Marts (editors)
House of M I#8 (December, 2005) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Olivier Coipel (pencils), John Dell, Scott Hanna, Tim Townsend (inkers), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New X-Men II#20 (January, 2006) - Craig Kyle, Chris Yost (writers), Mark Brooks (pencils), Jaime Mendoza (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
New X-Men II#21 (February, 2006) - Craig Kyle, Chris Yost (writers), Mark Brooks (pencils), Jaime Mendoza, Jay Leisten (inkers), Mike Marts (editor)
New X-Men II#22 (March, 2006) - Craig Kyle, Chris Yost (writers), Mark Brooks (pencils), Jay Leisten, Jaime Mendoza (inkers), Mike Marts (editor)
New X-Men II#23 (April, 2006) - Craig Kyle, Chris Yost (writers), Mark Brooks, Paul Pelletier (pencillers), Jaime Mendoza (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
New X-Men II#24 (May, 2006) - Craig Kyle, Chris Yost (writers), Mark Brooks, Paul Pelletier (pencillers), Jaime Mendoza (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
New Avengers I#18 (June, 2006) - Brian Michael Bendis (writer), Mike Deodato Jr. (pencils), Joe Pimentel (inks), Tom Brevoort (editor)
New X-Men II#31 (December, 2006) - Craig Kyle (writer), Paco Medina (pencils), Juan Vlasco (inks), Mike Marts (editor)
New X-Men II#32 (January, 2007) - Craig Kyle (writer), Mike Norton (pencils), Dave Meikis (inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men: Divided We Stand#1/4 (June, 2008) - Christopher Yost (writer), David LaFuente (pencils, inks), Nick Lowe (editor)
Phoenix Resurrection: The Return of Jean Grey#4 (March, 2018) - Matthew Rosenberg (writer), Ramon Rosanas (pencils, inks), Mark Paniccia, Christina Harrington, Chris Robinson, Darren Shan (editors)
New Mutants IV#1(November, 2019) - Ed Brisson, Jonathan Hickman (writers), Rod Reis (pencils, inks), Jordan D. White, Annalise Bissa (editors)
First Posted: 11/26/2019
Last Updated: 11/26/2019
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