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Real Name: Richard Gill

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

Occupation: None, former criminal

Group Membership: None

Affiliations: Fitzroy of Earth-24955, Cassandra Nova (used by the Shadow King), Reaper (Pantu Hurageb)

Enemies: X-Force (Archangel/Warren Worthington III, Bishop of Earth-24955/Lucas Bishop, Cable of Earth-78154/Nathan Summers, Deadpool/Wade Wilson, Domino/Neena Thurman, Psylocke/Betsy Braddock)

Known Relatives: None

Aliases: None

Base of Operations: Unrevealed;
   formerly Clear Mountain Institute, Westchester domain, Battleworld

First Appearance: X-Men '92 Infinite Comic#5 (July, 2015)

Powers/Abilities: Wildside is a mutant with the ability to psychically disrupt an individuals sense of reality.

Height: Unrevealed
Weight: Unrevealed
Eyes: Unrevealed
Hair: White


(Secret Wars#1 - BTS) - When the Multiverse was destroyed following the incursions of planets, Doctor Doom, using the Beyonders' powers, created Battleworld a patchwork of different realities. Among those domains was Earth-15730, now called the Westchester domain, ruled by former President Kelly who was appointed by Doom to become the domain's Baron.

(X-Men '92 Infinite Comic#5 - BTS) - Following the Westchester Wars, the Bureau of Super-Powers established the Clear Mountain Institute, a rehab facility designed to help mutants re-enter society. The institute was led by Cassandra Nova, a female clone of Charles Xavier who was used as a host by the Shadow King. The Shadow King had become aware of other X-Men inhabiting Battleworld's domains who were plagued by hardship and catastrophe, fearing that their domain was too fragile he set out to ensure their survival by changing the X-Men and other dangerous mutants into proper role models as to not attract the wrath of Doom and replace Kelly as Baroness of Westchester in the process.

(X-Men '92 Infinite Comic#5 - BTS) - Wildside was one of the many mutants to join the Clear Mountain Institute to live in harmony in their isolated community. Wildside supposedly went through the institute's psychotherapy "The Mind Field".

(X-Men '92 Infinite Comic#5) - The rehabilitated Wildside, Reaper and Fitzroy welcomed the militant X-Force who'd travelled to the Clear Mountain Institute after learning Charles Xavier had been attacked and the X-Men missing. Wildside and the others urged X-Force there was no need for violence reminding them the Westchester Wars had ended. Unwilling to believe the former villains, X-Force attacked them and the base in the hopes of finding the X-Men.

(Secret Wars#9 - BTS) - Earth-15730 along with all other domains of Battleworld were returned to their former state in the defeat of Doom.

Comments: Created by Louise Simonson and Rob Liefeld;
    adapted by Chad Bowers, Chris Sims, Scott Koblish.

First released as an eight-part digital Infinite Comic the series was later reprinted as a four-issue printed series.

The Westchester Wars was a five-year long conflict when Magneto and his Brotherhood of Evil Mutants declared war on humanity. Thanks to the X-Men's heroic actions the world finally learned not all mutants were a threat, realizing peaceful coexistence between homo sapiens and homo superior was possible. This coalition was more than Magneto could handle and as his anger grew so did his Brotherhood, until finally, total chaos erupted in Westchester.

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.

Profile by MarvellousLuke

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X-Men '92 Infinite Comic#5, p28 (main image)
X-Men '92 Infinite Comic#5, p27 (welcoming X-Force)

X-Men '92 Infinite Comic#5 (July, 2015) - Chad Bowers, Chris Sims (writers), Scott Koblish (pencils, inks), Jordan D. White, Heather Antos (editors)

First Posted: 05/07/2020
Last Updated: 05/07/2020

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