Real Name: Joanna Cargill
Identity/Class: Human mutant
former teacher, Genoshan ambassador to the United Nations, criminal, mercenary
Group Membership: S.W.O.R.D. (Thumbelina/Kristina Anderson), X-Men (Anole/Victor Borkowski, Ariel, Armor/Hisako Ichiki, Beast/Henry McCoy, teen Beast/Henry McCoy, Blindfold/Ruth Aldine, Bling!/Roxy Washington, Broo, Cannonball/Sam Guthrie, Chamber/Jono Starsmore, Cipher/Alisa Tager, Colossus/Piotr Rasputin, Crosta, Cyclops/Scott Summers, teen Cyclops/Scott Summers, Dr. Nemesis/James Bradley, Doop, Dust/Sooraya Qadir, Ernst, Eye Boy/Trevor Hawkins, Face, Emma Frost, Gambit/Remy LeBeau, Gentle/Nezhno Abidemi, Graymalkin/Jonas
Graymalkin, Iceman/Robert Drake, Hellion/Julian Keller, Glob Herman,
Husk/Paige Guthrie, Iceman/Bobby Drake, teen Iceman/Bobby Drake, Indra/Paras Gavaskar, Karma/Xi'an Coy Manh, Kid Gladiator, Kid Omega/Quentin Quire, Krakoa, Legion/David Haller, Lockjaw, Maggott/Japheth, Magneto/Max Eisenhardt, Marvel Girl/Rachel Summers, teen Marvel Girl/Jean Grey, Match/Ben
Hamill, Mercury/Cessily Kincaid, Mimic/Calvin Rankin, Nature Girl/Lin
Li, No-Girl/Martha Johansson, Northstar/Jean-Paul Beaubier, Oya/Idie
Okonkwo, Pixie/Megan Gwynn, Primal/Teon Macik, Professor X/Charles
Xavier, Kitty Pryde, Psylocke/Betsy Braddock, Rockslide/Santo Vaccarro,
Rogue/Anna Marie, Shark Girl/Iara Dos Santos, Sprite/Jia Jing,
Storm/Ororo Munroe, Hope Summers, Surge/Nori Ashida, Toad/Mortimer
Abbott, Transonic/Laurie Tromette, Velocidad/Gabriel Cohuelo,
Warpath/James Proudstar, Wolverine/James "Logan" Howlett, Zero/Kenji
formerly Mutant Resistance (Amara, Avalanche/Dimitrios Petrakis, Basilisk/Scott Summers, Berserker/James Proudstar, Cannonball/Sam Guthrie, Chamber/Jono Starsmore, Colossus/Piotr Rasputin, Xi'an Coy Manh, Dazzler/Alison Blaire, Dust/Sooraya Qadir, Eclipse/Roberto da Costa, Forge, Gambit/Remy LeBeau, Hellion/Julian Keller, Husk/Paige Guthrie, Jubilee/Jubilation Lee, Legacy/Anna Marie Darkholme, Logan, Magneto/Max Eisenhardt, Mystique/Raven Darkholme, Namor, Nightmare/Megan Gwynn, Kavita Rao, Revenant/Rachel Summers, Cecilia Reyes, Rockslide/Santo Vaccarro, Storm/Ororo Munroe, Toad/Mortimer Toynbee, Trance/Hope Abbott, Warbird/Ava'Dara Naganandini, Martinique Wyngarde, Regan Wyngarde, X/Moira Kinross);
formerly the Marauders (Arclight/Philippa Sontag, Blockbuster/Michael Baer, Gambit/Remy LeBeau, Harpoon/Kodiak Noatak, Lady Mastermind/Regan Wyngarde, Malice, Mystique/Raven Darkholme, Prism/Robbie, Riptide/Janos Quested, Scalphunter/John Greycrow, Scrambler/Kim Il Sung, Sunfire/Shiro Yoshida, Vertigo);
formerly temporary X-Men (Dazzler/Alison Blaire, Jean Grey, Northstar/Jean-Paul Beaubier, Omerta/Paulie Provenzano, Sunpyre/Leyu Yoshida, Wraith/Hector Rendoza);
formerly Acolytes (Barnacle/Mortimer Everett, Rusty Collins, Fabian Cortez, Colossus/Piotr Rasputin, Decay/Jacob Lashinski, Exodus/Bennet du Paris, Gargouille/Lavinia LeBlanc, Isaac Javitz, Joseph, Kamal el Alaoui, Katu Kath, Harlan Kleinstock, Sven Kleinstock, Magneto/Max Eisenhardt, Seamus Mellencamp, Francisco Milan, Neophyte/Simon Hall, Orator, Projector/Zachary Williams, Random/Marshall Stone III, Rem-Ram/Marcus Andrews, Scanner/Sarah Ryall, Suvik Senyaka, Skids/Sally Blevins, Spoor/Andrew Graves, Static/Gianna Esperanza, Tempo/Heather Tucker, Carmella Unuscione, Vindaloo/Venkat Katregadda, Amelia Voght);
formerly Superia's Femizons (Anaconda/Blanche Sitznski, Arclight/Philippa Sontag, Battleaxe/Anita Ehren, Blackbird/Heather O'Gara, Black Lotus, Bloodlust/Beatta Dubiel, Bombshell/Wendy Conrad, Chimera, Dansen Macabre, Dragoness, Dragonfly/Veronica Dultry, Elektra, Ferocia, Gladiatrix/Robin Braxton, Golddigger/Angela Golden, Gypsy Moth/Sybil Dvorak, Ice Princess, Impala, Ion/Voletta Todd, Iron Maiden/Melina Vostokovna, Karisma/Mary Brown, Knockout/Elizabeth Rawson, Mindblast/Danielle Forte, MODAM, Moonstone/Karla Sofen, Mysteria, Nightshade/Tilda Johnson, Pink Pearl/Pearl Gross, Poundcakes/Marian Pouncy, Princess Python/Zelda DuBois, Quicksand, Screaming Mimi/Melissa Gold, Snapdragon/Sheoke Sanada, Steel Wind/Ruriko Tsumura, Titania/Mary MacPherran, Vapor/Ann Darnell, Vertigo, Water Witch, Whiplash/Leeann Foreman, Whiteout, Wrangler, Yellowjacket/Rita DeMara);
formerly Alliance of Evil (Stinger/Wendy Conrad, Timeshadow, Tower/Edward Pasternak)
Affiliations: A.I.M., Angelique, Apocalypse
(En Sabah Nur), Crystal (Crystalia Amaquelin), Captain Swain (Jovana),
Electro (Max Dillon), Genetech, Goilla-Man (Arthur Nagan), Harness (Erica Benson), Joseph, Mimic (Calvin Rankin), Mr. Sinister (Nathaniel Essex), Phillip Moreau, Mur'G'nn, Nekra
(Nekra Sinclair), New Mutants (Cypher/Doug Ramsey, Magma/Amara Aquilla,
Mirage/Dani Moonstar, Sunspot/Roberto da Costa, Warlock), Paibok the Power-Skrull, Piecemeal (Gilbert Benson), Pipeline (Cormick Grimshaw), Polaris (Lorna Dane), Poundcakes (Marian Pauncy), Jenny Ransome, Salvagers (Glitter, Horse, Jat Vor-Thrul), Starjammers (Havok/Alex Summers, Korvus, Polaris/Lorna Dane), Superia
(Deidre Wentworth), Margali Szardos, Karasu-Tengu, Sojobo-Tengu,
Titania (Mary MacPherran), Weapon Omega (Michael Pointer), Weapon
X-Force (Deadpool/"Wade Wilson", Domino/Neena Thurman, Lady
Deathstrike/Yuriko Oyama, M/Monet St. Croix, Omega Red/Arkady
Rossovich, Sabretooth/Victor Creed), Whiplash (Elizabeth Rawson);
formerly Michael Nowlan, Sovel Redhand
Enemies: Luca Aldine, Col.
Armstrong, Aurora (Jeanne-Marie Beaubier), Avengers (Captain
America/Steve Rogers, Falcon/Sam Wilson, Goliath/Henry Pym, Iron
Man/Tony Stark, Moon Knight/Marc Spector, Redwing, She-Hulk/Jennifer
Walters, Triathlon/Delroy Garrett, Warbird/Carol Danvers, Wasp/Janet
Van Dyne), Avengers West Coast (Hawkeye/Clint Barton, Iron Man/Tony
Stark, Dr. Henry Pym, Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff, Vision, Wasp/Janet
Van Dyne, Wonder Man/Simon Williams), Avengers Academy (Finesse/Jeanne
Foucault, Giant Man/Hank Pym, Hawkeye/Clint Barton, Hazmat/Jennifer
Takeda, Jocasta, Lightspeed/Julie Power, Mettle/Ken Mack,
Quicksilver/Pietro Maximoff, Reptil/Humberto Lopez, She-Hulk/Lyra,
Striker/Brandon Sharpe, Tigra/Greer Grant, Veil/Madeline Berry, White
Tiger/Ava Ayala, X-23/Laura Kinney), Bleeding Image, Captain America
(Steve Rogers), Chain, Tom Corsi, Dire Wraiths, Dormammu, Endgame, Falcon (Sam
Wilson), Freedom Force (Avalanche/Dominikos Petrakis, Blob/Fred Dukes,
Crimson Commando/Frank Bohannan, Pyro/St. John Allerdyce,
Mystique/Raven Darkholme, Spiral/Ricochet Rita, Super Sabre/Martin
Fletcher), Sharon Friedlander, Genoshan Magistrates, Grad Nan Holt
(Friendless, others), Heroes for Hire (Ant-Man/Scott Lang, Black
Knight/Dane Whitman, Hercules, Iron Fist/Daniel Rand, She-Hulk/Jennifer
Walters, Thena, White Tiger), High Evolutionary (Herbert Wyndham), Holocaust (Nemesis) of Earth-295, Humanity's Last Stand, Hydra, Senator Robert Kelly, Moira MacTaggert, Luna Maximoff, Mindless Ones, New Men/Knights of Wundagore (Lord Anon, Bova, Lord Churchill, Lord Delphis, Lord Gator, Sir Ram, Mr. Steed, Lord Tyger, Lady Ursula, Lady Vermin, Sir Wulf, others), Mentallo (Marvin Flumm), Ms. Marvel (Karla Sofen), N'Garai, Nimrods, Northstar (Jean-Paul Beaubier), Michael Nowlan, Susan Nowlan, Omega Red (Arkady Rossovich), Omega Sentinel (Karima Shapandar), Paladin, Predator X, Quicksilver (Pietro Maximoff), Sovel Redhand,
Amanda Sefton, Shang-Chi, S.H.I.E.L.D., Shi'ar (H'Ral, others), Styx,
Susan in Sunshine, Superior Octopus (Otto Octavius), Trish Tilby,
Time-Sink, X-Man (Nate Gray);
formerly Cable (Nathan Summers), Toad (Mortimer Toynbee), X-Factor/X-Terminators (Angel/Warren Worthington III, Beast/Henry McCoy, Boom-Boom/Tabitha Smith, Rusty Collins, Cyclops/Scott Summers, Havok/Alex Summers, Iceman/Robert Drake, Leech, M/Monet St. Croix, Artie Maddicks, Marvel Girl/Jean Grey, Multiple Man/Jaime Madrox, Polaris/Lorna Dane, Quicksilver/Pietro Maximoff, Random/Marshall Stone III, Rictor/Julio Richter, Siryn/Theresa Cassidy, Skids/Sally Blevins, Strong Guy/Guido Carosella, Wolfsbane/Rahne Sinclair), X-Force (Boom-Boom/Boomer/Tabitha Smith, Cable/Nathan Summers, Caliban, Cannonball/Sam Guthrie, "Domino"/Vanessa Carlyle, Feral, Maria Callasantos, Hepzibah, Rictor/Julio Richter, Shatterstar/Gaveedra-7, Warpath/James Proudstar, Sunspot/Roberto da Costa, Wolfsbane/Rahne Sinclair, Wolverine/James Howlett, X-23/Laura Kinney), X-Men (Anole/Victor Borkowski, Archangel/Angel/Warren Worthington III, Armor/Hisako Ichiki, Bishop/Lucas Bishop, Blindfold/Ruth Aldine, Bling!/Roxy Washington, Cable/Nathan Summers, Colossus/Piotr Rasputin, Celeste Cuckoo, Irma Cuckoo, Phoebe Cuckoo, Cyclops/Scott Summers, Dust/Sooraya Qadir, Emma Frost, Gambit/Remy LeBeau, Jean Grey, Hellion/Julian Keller, Iceman/Robert Drake, Jubilee/Jubilation Lee, Karma/Xi'an Coy Manh, Marrow/Sarah, Mercury/Cessily Kincaid, Mystique/Raven Darkholme, Nightcrawler/Kurt Wagner, Pixie/Megan Gwynn, Prodigy/David Alleyne, Professor X/Charles Xavier, Rockslide/Santo Vaccarro, Rogue/Anne Marie, Shadowcat/Kitty Pryde, Storm/Ororo Munroe, Surge/Noriko Ashida, Wolverine/James Howlett, X-23/Laura Kinney), X-Terminators (Leech, Artie Maddicks, Wiz Kid/Taki Matsuya)
Known Relatives: Mr. Cargill (father, deceased), Mrs. Cargill (mother), Gareth (brother, deceased)
Base of Operations: Krakoa;
formerly New Tian;
formerly Westechester, New York;
First Appearance: (As Frenzy) X-Factor I#4 (May, 1986); (as Joanna Cargill) Uncanny X-Men I#298 (March, 1993)
Powers/Abilities: Joanna Cargill has superhuman strength (lifting up to 10 tons) and durability; her skin, bones, muscles and internal organs are all stronger than steel and largely impervious to harm. Only Adamantium blades have pierced her skin; she seems largely immune to temperature extremes, and she has shrugged off flames, microwave attacks and massive impacts, including falls from airborne vehicles. She has enhanced speed (running up to 65 mph) and stamina (capable of peak exertion for several hours), and her agility and reflexes are both slightly beyond natural human limits.
She is vulnerable to psychic attacks.
Her powers have been enhanced in the past by Michael Nowlan.
An exceptionally skilled unarmed combatant, she is also a capable aircraft pilot.
While under Jean Grey's mental influence, she was an avid knitter.
Weight: 230 lbs.
Hair: Black (partially dyed white)
(X-Men Legacy I#268 (fb) - BTS) - Joanna Cargill grew up with a military father who beat and berated her regularly, for such minor infractions as playing with her brother Gareth's toys. Joanna's mother regularly made excuses for her father.
(X-Men Legacy I#268 (fb) - BTS) - Gareth joined the military and was killed in action. When Mr. Cargill saw Joanna try on her brother's hat, he began beating Joanna, who begged him to stop. Her mutant powers activated and she accidentally killed her father in her attempt to defend herself, putting a fist through his chest. Joanna ran away from her as her mother called after her.
(X-Men Legacy I#252 (fb) - BTS) - After hearing about Magneto being put on trial in Paris for trying to represent mutants, Cargill grew furious, feeling as though Magneto represented her in ways. Her rage inspired her to join the Alliance of Evil, working for Apocalypse. She took the name Frenzy.
(X-Men Legacy I#260.1 (fb) - BTS) - Frenzy and Gambit met during a caper, and they became sexually involved briefly.
(X-Men Legacy I#266 (fb) - BTS) - While working as a mercenary, Frenzy heard about Moon Knight's reputation as a psychotic who used torture methods.
(X-Factor I#5 (fb) - BTS) - The Alliance of Evil grew accustomed to getting power boosts from Michael Nowlan, a drug addict with the power to boost mutant powers. Nowlan escaped multiple times, but they went after him, bringing him back.
(X-Factor I#4 (fb) - BTS) - Apocalypse sent Tower to kidnap Rusty Collins, but Frenzy was sent to make sure he finished the job.
(X-Factor I#4) - When Tower failed to kidnap Rusty and was defeated by the X-Terminators (the five mutant members of X-Factor in disguise), Frenzy waited in the shadows, grabbing Tower and tossing him in the trash. Frenzy followed the young mutant Rusty when he left X-Factor headquarters, and approached him, but Rusty tried to walk away, so Frenzy grabbed him. Rusty was shocked when his flames didn't hurt Frenzy, then she knocked him through a wall, but the X-Terminators were there to protect him. Despite her desperation to succeed and her best efforts, Frenzy was overwhelmed by their attacks and fled. Time Shadow called, expecting a report, and Frenzy informed him that she would be back in time and report to the master directly. She looked forward to the day when she no longer needed "the source" (Nowlan).
(X-Factor I#5) - When Nowlan escaped again, the Alliance of Evil went after him. The Alliance sought out Susan Nowlan, threatening to harm her unless she revealed Michael to them. Frenzy held Susan threateningly as they found Michael, who was being protected by the X-Terminators. During the following fight, Frenzy knocked aside both Beast and Cyclops, and the X-Terminators were soon defeated. The Alliance returned Nowlan to Apocalypse, who kept Susan hostage.
(X-Factor I#6 (fb) - BTS) - Apocalypse was angry with the Alliance for leaving X-Factor behind.
(X-Factor I#6) - Chastised, Frenzy prepared to question Nowlan about X-Factor, striking him as the others threatened the life of Susan. Nowlan began to super-charge the members of the Alliance, boosting Frenzy's strength and invulnerability to new levels, and she nearly killed him in a rage, but Apocalypse stopped her, striking her aside for disobeying his orders. When the X-Terminators attacked, Iceman tried freezing Frenzy, but she easily broke free. When Nowlan died in the conflict, Apocalypse retreated with the Alliance.
(X-Factor I#33) - When there was talk of a Mutant Registration Act, the Alliance of Evil attacked reporter Trish Tilby and destroyed property on camera, inviting X-Factor (the team formerly called the X-Terminators) to stop them. X-Factor soon attacked with their team of mutant recruits, including Artie Maddicks, Rictor, Leech, Skids, Rusty, and Boom-Boom. Frenzy sparred with several of the mutants as she tried convincing Rusty to join the Alliance, but ultimately she was knocked out by Beast. Freedom Force collected the Alliance, arresting them.
(Gambit III#20 (fb)) - Working as a mercenary, Frenzy clashed with Gambit over an assignment.
(Avengers: Death Trap: The Vault#1 (fb) - BTS) - Frenzy was transferred to the Vault.
(Avengers: Death Trap: The Vault#1) - In the Vault, during a mass breakout, Frenzy and Gorilla-Man were set loose by Electro. Later, members of the Avengers, Avengers West Coast, and Freedom Force arrived to fight the criminals, including Frenzy, and return them to their cells.
(New Mutants Annual I#7 (fb) - BTS) - The Alliance of Evil was hired by Genetech (which was secretly working for A.I.M.) to protect the mother/son team of Harness and Piecemeal, both mutants, who were traveling around the world absorbing the residual energies that made up the mutant Proteus.
(New Mutants Annual I#7) - The Alliance of Evil attacked a private school in Vermont, where Frenzy tossed aside cop cars before they sparred with the team of young X-Terminators there. Frenzy ordered Stinger to take down Leech, then she knocked out Artie. They went on to Niagara Falls, scaring away civilians while looking for the Proteus essence. X-Force attacked, and Warpath defeated Frenzy with a series of punches.
(New Warriors Annual I#1 (fb) - BTS) - X-Force questioned Frenzy, who lied to them about who had hired her. Frenzy was placed in a cell in Quebec, reinforced against super-powered villains.
(New Warriors Annual I#1) - Frenzy was pounding on the door demanding to be let out when X-Force arrived, breaking her out of prison. Once she was outside, however, they dangled her from the helicopter until she revealed the identity of the Alliance's employers. They then dropped her down into the prison yard.
(Captain America I#389 (fb) - BTS) - Frenzy boarded a yacht full of dozens of super-powered women, hosted by Superia.
(Captain America I#389) - Frenzy was watching a "pageant of powers" when it was revealed that Captain America and Paladin were on board. The female criminals rushed to attack.
(Captain America I#390) - Frenzy seized Paladin by the neck, but Captain America knocked her aside, hitting her in the abdomen with his shield. Later, she helped Titania (Mary MacPherran), Knockout (Elizabeth Rawson), and Poundcakes (Marian Pouncy) carry Captain America and Paladin to Superia.
(Captain America I#391) - Frenzy heard Superia give a speech about her plans to build a land for super-powered women, but Captain America and Paladin later defeated Superia.
(Captain America I#411) - Frenzy attended the A.I.M. Weapons Expo on Boca Caliente, where she watched an arena fight.
(Captain America I#412-413) - When Captain America's illusion as Crossbones was disrupted on the island, Frenzy and other criminals attacked him.
(Captain America I#414) - Shang-Chi and the Falcon helped save Captain America, fighting back Frenzy and the others.
(Uncanny X-Men II#298 (fb) - BTS) - Fabian Cortez assembled a team of Acolytes, mutants who believed in Magneto's philosophy of mutant superiority, and Frenzy was among his recruits. She began using her last name, Cargill, in the field.
(Uncanny X-Men I#315 (fb) ) - In Switzerland, Cargill, Unuscione, and Milan recruited the new mutant Neophyte to the Acolytes.
(Uncanny X-Men I#298) - The Acolytes attacked a private school in upstate New York, and Cargill knocked out nurse Sharon Friedlander. As the others set off an explosion near the schoolbus, Cargill reminded them they were there to not only grab the latent mutant, but also to wipe out human stock from the gene pool. Tom Corsi killed one of the Kleinstock brothers, then a group of X-Men attacked. Cargill was taken out by an exploding tire thrown by Gambit. After Storm arrived, the Acolytes fled.
(Uncanny X-Men I#300) - When the Acolytes captured Moira MacTaggert, the X-Men attacked to save her, and a battle broke out. During the fight, Cargill was knocked back by Iceman, who'd gained better control of his powers.
(X-Factor I#92) - Cortez ordered the Acolytes to attack X-Factor, wanting to recruit Quicksilver, whom X-Factor was protecting. During the battle, Cargill tried to kill Senator Robert Kelly, but Wolfsbane stopped her with an electrical wire.
(Uncanny X-Men I#304 (fb) - BTS) - Exodus assumed leadership of the Acolytes, revealing that Cortez had been the one to kill Magneto.
(Uncanny X-Men I#304) - Cargill and the Acolytes turned against Cortez, and later Magneto revealed he was alive. Magneto led the Acolytes to confront the X-Men, X-Force, and X-Factor during a time they were holding a funeral for their member, Magik. Magneto raised the remains of Graymalkin (Cable's former ship), calling it Avalon, as the new base for the Acolytes, and Colossus chose to join their number.
(X-Men II#25) - When Avalon was hit by an attack from the United States government, Magneto told Cargill and the Acolytes, now with members Rusty and Skids, that he'd seek revenge. A group of X-Men attacked, and Magneto ended up with his mind wiped, though Cargill stayed out of the fight.
(Cable II#10) - The Acolytes, including Cargill, apprehended Omega Red. When Cable investigated, they stood against him.
(Cable II#11) - Cable fled from the Acolytes, after which he began defeating them one at a time, alerting Cargill when Milan was defeated. Cargill soon punched Cable, demanding to know where her teammates were, but Voght teleported Cable away to deal with him directly. In the end, Katu seemingly sacrificed himself to stop Omega Red from releasing his Death Spore virus.
(Uncanny X-Men I#315) - Cargill stood with the others in judgment of Neophyte, who had betrayed the team, and Cargill was furious with Voght for taking Neophyte's side in the trial. After Colossus also took Neophyte's side, Exodus declared banishment instead of death for Neophyte.
(X-Men II#41) - Cargill stood with the Acolytes at Magneto's throne on Avalon as the M'kraan Crystal's effect swept over reality, crystalizing them (Reality-616 was briefly overwritten with Reality-295, but this was subsequently reversed--Snood).
(X-Men: Prime I#1) - Colossus led Cargill, Collins, and Milan, all in space suits, on a walk on the exterior of Avalon, where they investigated a fiery man frozen inside a block of ice.
(X-Men II#42) - The Acolytes put the ice block on Avalon, where the man within later claimed Milan's life, and then Rusty's. The man emerged as Holocaust from Earth-295 and detonated, causing Avalon to nearly crash. Cyclops and Jean Grey were brought aboard to help them.
(X-Men II#43) - As Exodus battled Holocaust, Cyclops yelled at Cargill for allowing Collins to die. As Javitz was killed, the space station broke apart, and Cyclops had to convince the Acolytes to stop attacking Holocaust and work together to save their own lives. They loaded themselves into escape pods as they reentered Earth's atmosphere.
(X-Men II#44) - Cargill landed with Cyclops and most of the Acolytes in the Australian Outback, and Cargill found herself standing up for Cyclops' bravery, punching the Kleinstocks when they were abrasive to him. Scanner used her powers to realize that there was nothing around them for hundreds of miles, so the mutants worked together to survive. Cyclops led them to the X-Men's old headquarters, where they were able to call for help.
(Magneto I#1 (fb) - BTS) - The Acolytes turned the ruins of Avalon into their new home base, and soon accepted new members among them, including Orator.
(Magneto I#1) - Joseph, (secretly a technologically replicated version of Magneto), showed up in Avalon with new memories, and Cargill was suspicious about him. When Joseph destroyed the attacking Razor robots, Cargill and Scanner grew to believe he was actually Magneto reborn, but she promised to keep it secret.
(Magneto I#2) - Joseph put on Magneto's clothing and proclaimed himself the Messiah. When he chose to spare Cortez's life, the Acolytes were shocked, and Cargill wondered if he was real, causing Joseph to chastise her. The group battled Razors, and Col. Armstrong nearly killed Orator, but Joseph stopped Cargill from killing Armstrong and instead destabilized the man himself. Cargill questioned Joseph, confused by his mercy for the human, but after Joseph saved them from some fired missiles, the Acolytes hailed him again. Cargill apologized for doubting him.
(Magneto I#3) - When Joseph had doubts about being the real Magneto, Cargill reasoned that he was still recovering and needed their faith. Later, as the Acolytes sought to launch a new space station, New Avalon, Exodus led a group of Acolytes to fight Joseph and his followers, proclaiming him to be a false messiah.
(Magneto I#4) - As Joseph and Exodus battled, Cargill and others stopped Cortez from executing Voght, after which Humanity's Last Stand attacked. Before departing the Acolytes, Joseph ordered the team to abandon the fight with the humans.
(Excalibur I#106 (fb) - BTS) - The Acolytes, under the direction of Exodus, began preparing New Avalon to launch again. Cargill sent a message to Colossus, inviting him to rejoin them, telling him how much respect she had for him.
(Excalibur I#106 - BTS) - Colossus faced Scanner and Unuscione, telling them that Exodus was mad, and he refused to join them. They took the message back to Cargill.
(Quicksilver I#1) - Considering the animal New Men on Wundagore to be genetic abominations, Exodus led the Acolytes in an attack on Mount Wundagore. Scanner was appointed as field leader of Cargill, Unuscione, the Kleinstocks, and Cortez, and they confronted the High Evolutionary, the New Men, Quicksilver, and Luna Maximoff before all fled, abandoning the citadel to the Acolytes.
(Quicksilver I#11) - Exodus assembled the Acolytes and sent them to confront Quicksilver and the New Men in upstate New York, commanding them to retrieve the High Evolutionary's serum, Isotope E. Cargill joined the Acolytes in the attack, fighting the Heroes for Hire, who had been devolved into bestial/ape states. After Cargill kicked Iron Fist, Quicksilver intervened, restoring the Heroes for Hire to their human forms, and the Acolytes teleported away.
(Heroes for Hire I#16) - Exodus formed an alliance with the Man-Beast, and ordered the Acolytes to fight the Heroes for Hire, who were still struggling with their evolutionary states.
(Heroes for Hire/Quicksilver '98) - As the battle over Isotope E intensified, some Acolytes joined Quicksilver's side of the fight, and many others, including Cargill, chose to abandon the fight.
(X-Men: Magneto War#1 (fb) - BTS) - Voght took loyal Acolytes with her to follow Magneto, including Frenzy, Kamal, Kath, Mellencamp, Neophyte, Scanner, Unuscione, and Vindaloo, while the others followed Cortez, including new members Rem-Ram, Barnacle, and Static.
(X-Men: Magneto War#1) - Magneto and Voght prepared the Acolytes for war.
(Uncanny X-Men I#366 (fb) - BTS) - Cargill joined the Acolytes in attacking several genetic research facilities at Magneto's command.
(Uncanny X-Men I#366) - At another facility, a group of X-Men attacked the Acolytes, and Cargill sparred with Rogue, Nightcrawler, and Gambit (punching him after Neophyte phased her through Gambit's card attacks), after which the Acolytes fled, destroying the facility. Meanwhile, Magneto unleashed an electromagnetic attack on Earth, demanding that the United Nations grant mutants their own sanctuary. Cargill saw the X-Men's ship crashed in the Arctic, and she mourned the loss of her adversaries.
(X-Men II#86) - Cargill and the Acolytes were debating whether to aid the X-Men when Professor X reached out to them telepathically, but Scanner pushed his mind back into his own body.
(Uncanny X-Men I#367) - Cargill and the others braced themselves as an electromagnetic wave hit their ship, nearly destroying it, then they went to the Arctic below, finding the X-Men still alive. A battle broke out, and Cargill sparred with Marrow and Wolverine before the X-Men stole their ship, leaving the Acolytes stranded.
(X-Force I#94 (fb) - BTS) - Cargill relocated with the Acolytes to Genosha, which Magneto ruled as a mutant sanctuary.
(X-Force I#94) - Cargill and the Acolytes battled some of the remaining Magistrates in Dr. Moreau's abandoned laboratories.
(Uncanny X-Men I#379) - Cargill saw Magneto and his daughter Polaris quell an attempt at uprising by Fabian Cortez. Later, an attack by the High Evolutionary left all the mutants on the island powerless.
(Uncanny X-Men I#380) - Depowered, Cargill and the Acolytes stayed at Magneto's side until the crisis averted and their powers returned, after which they assumed control of Genosha again.
(Magneto: Dark Seduction#1 (fb) - BTS) - A civil war broke out on Genosha as Magneto sought to maintain his control.
(Magneto: Dark Seduction#1) - Cargill and Voght went to Crescent Bay Beach in Genosha, where Scanner showed them footage of many of Magneto's soldiers being killed by mutant energies in a conflict. They met with three Genoshan civilians that Magneto had appointed to his cabinet, including Phillip Moreau, Pipeline, and Jenny Ransome, and discussed the war. Later, they realized Senyaka, the Kleinstocks, Projector, Rem-Ram, Spoor, and Static had joined with the rebels. Cargill launched herself at the Kleinstocks.
(Magneto: Dark Seduction#2) - Cargill went to apprehend Mayor Boerke at Magneto's orders, but Voght turned against Cargill. Pipeline teleported Cargill away, back to her allies, including Ransome, Scanner, and Moreau. Just then, the United Nations sent the Avengers (Goliath, Iron Man, She-Hulk, Triathlon, Warbird, Wasp) in to settle affairs.
(Magneto: Dark Seduction#3) - Cargill punched She-Hulk, and then Quicksilver arrived, taking the side of the Avengers, while Magneto and Polaris joined Cargill's side. Cargill confronted Quicksilver on his siding with the Avengers instead of mutants, just before the Scarlet Witch opened a fissure beneath Cargill's feet, knocking her into it.
(Magneto: Dark Seduction#4) - Magneto stood with his allies, including Cargill, as he drove the Avengers and others out of Genosha, solidifying his power once again.
(X-Men II#111 (fb) - BTS) - Magneto appointed Cargill as the Genoshan ambassador to the United Nations.
(X-Men II#111) - Addressing the United Nations, Cargill laid out the expectation that Magneto be acknowledged as a sovereign ruler of an advanced mutant race.
(Uncanny X-Men I#392) - Cargill was put in power-blocking restraints by some politicians who demanded that she reveal Magneto's plans. Jean Grey intervened, telepathically releasing Cargill and apparently manipulating her to agree to work with her. Later, at the Xavier Institute, Jean formed a team of temporary X-Men, including Northstar, Sunpyre, Wraith, and Omerta, and Cargill stated, uncharacteristically, that she was pleased to have a chance to prove herself to them. Jean reviewed how Magneto seemed prepared to launch war on the world from Genosha, and how he had captured Charles Xavier. Just then, Dazzler showed up.
(X-Men II#112) - On the Blackbird flight to Genosha, the mentally-manipulated Cargill offered to knit sweaters for the others.
(Uncanny X-Men I#393) - Cargill happily piloted the Blackbird, smiling about how Jean Grey had helped change her mind about her allegiances. Magneto ripped the ship open above Genosha, and the temporary X-Men were guided down to Earth where he could confront him. Magneto seemingly destroyed Dazzler when he turned her power back on her.
(X-Men II#113) - As Magneto defeated the mutants, Cargill launched herself at him, but he easily restrained her with metal, assuming she was being mind-controlled by Jean Grey. Wolverine and Cyclops joined the fight as Dazzler freed Professor X. In the end, Wolverine stabbed Magneto in the abdomen, seemingly killing him. Back at the X-Mansion, Cargill chose not to stay with the team.
(X-Men: The 198 Files#1 (fb) - BTS) - After the Scarlet Witch altered reality, most of the world's mutants lost their powers and no new mutants were born. Frenzy was one of the few hundred mutants left on Earth.
(X-Men: The 198 Files#1 - BTS) - Cargill appeared in the O*N*E databases.
(X-Men Annual II#1 (fb) - BTS) - Exodus formed a new team of Acolytes and put a plan in place to steal the Cerebro technology from the X-Men and find more mutants in the world.
II#1) - Exodus led Frenzy, Random, and Tempo in an attack on the
S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier, where they faced a group of X-Men. Tempo
slowed Rogue down while Frenzy battled her, but then Mystique took down
Tempo. Frenzy traded blows with Mystique (who taunted Frenzy about
Magneto being dead) until a blast from Northstar and Aurora knocked
Frenzy aside, after which Mystique kicked her out of the ship. Exodus
completed his mission of stealing the data to build a new Cerebro, but
he used it and discovered there were no more new mutants in the world.
The Acolytes then departed peacefully.
Later, Exodus guided the Acolytes to a base in Antarctica, where they teamed up with Mr. Sinister.
(X-Men II#202 (fb) - BTS) - Using intel from Mystique, the Acolytes, merging with the Marauders, made plans to stop the X-Men's ability of seeing the future and made plans to remove appropriate assets. Gambit and Mystique, with an unconscious Rogue, also joined their cause, as well as Sunfire, Lady Mastermind, Omega Sentinel (controlled by Malice) and several of the Marauders. Other teammates were sent to eliminate threats who could tell the future.
(X-Men II#201) - Exodus guided the Acolytes, including Frenzy, Tempo, Random, and Unuscione, in an attack on the X-Men.
(X-Men II#202) -
As Tempo slowed down the X-Men and their students, the Acolytes found
their first target, Blindfold, already dead at the hands of the healer
Elixir, then they went on to find Destiny's diaries. Frenzy berated
Random for his doubts, then they discovered the diaries only to realize
they were fakes. Exodus had Tempo restore the time, then a fight broke
out, and Frenzy traded blows with Hellion and X-23, who was able to cut
Frenzy. The members of Sentinel Squad O*N*E intervened, but Exodus made short work of them.
The fight ended when Exodus realized the mind of Kitty Pryde had been altered, meaning she didn't know where the diaries were. Cargill joined her allies back in Antarctica to put more plans in place.
(New X-Men II#44) - In Antarctica, the Marauders still held the unconscious Rogue, as well as the newly born mutant messiah (later named Hope Summers), but the X-Men attacked to retrieve them.
(X-Men II#205) - Colossus sparred with Frenzy and Unuscione, but the X-Men were soon defeated.
(X-Factor III#27) - Frenzy joined the Marauders in going to Muir Island with the baby messiah, but X-Force attacked.
(New X-Men II#46) - The Marauders battled X-Force, though they were soon joined by the X-Men and X-Factor. After a deadly battle, Predator X attacked, killing Vertigo.
(X-Men II#207) - Frenzy and the others battled Predator X until it was killed. Cable took the baby into the future to raise it, and Professor X was ultimately shot by Bishop.
(X-Men Legacy I#208 (fb) - BTS) - Tempo slowed time, allowing Exodus, Frenzy, and the others to steal the still-living body of Charles Xavier.
(X-Men Legacy I#208) - Cargill stood by as Exodus, with Voght and Omega Sentinel, considered repairing the brain of Professor X, who lay comatose from the gunshot wound. Frenzy argued that Xavier should be killed, but the others disagreed. Frenzy watched as Exodus removed Xavier's memories. Magneto (now powerless) arrived to look in on Charles.
(X-Men Legacy I#209) - Frenzy waited with Random, Exodus, and Voght as Magneto and Omega Sentinel tended to Xavier. Frenzy grew frustrated with Voght's faith, arguing that Magneto had it right all along and that mutants were meant to be superior to humans. When Xavier awakened, Frenzy was determined to kill him, and she tossed Magneto aside with ease, after which she resisted microwave bursts from Omega Sentinel before defeating her. Frenzy grabbed Xavier to kill him, but Magneto managed to use a laser directly on her optic nerve and into her brain, rendering Frenzy blind.
(X-Men Legacy I#210) - Frenzy lay unconscious while Xavier, Magneto, and Omega Sentinel departed.
(X-Men Legacy I#225 (fb) - BTS) - Frenzy spent weeks in medical stasis as she healed.
(X-Men Legacy I#225) - Xavier woke Frenzy up and she initially lashed out at him, but her eyes were healed and he invited her to be part of a debate the Acolytes were having about their own future. Frenzy disagreed, but Exodus chose to disband the team and destroy their base.
(Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Utopia#1 (fb) - BTS) - Frenzy, healed from her injuries, joined many other mutants in San Francisco after it was promised to be a mutant haven, or a new utopia.
(Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Utopia#1) - Frenzy stood with Nekra in the Castro, prepared to fight for mutant rights during riots across the city. Karma, Bling!, and Armor stood ready to face them, but the Dark Avengers' Ms. Marvel (Karla Sofen, aka Moonstone) attacked, striking Nekra with an energy blast.
(Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Exodus#1) - Days later, Frenzy, Nekra, and Bling! attacked Sofen again, seeking revenge, as the riots finally died down.
(New Mutants III#14 (fb) - BTS) - Frenzy gathered with many other mutants on the mutant sanctuary of Utopia, under the leadership of Cyclops.
(New Mutants III#14) - Cyclops gathered the mutants of Utopia together to fight against an incoming wave of Nimrods.
(Uncanny X-Men I#528) - Frenzy and Nekra attacked the art museum in San Francisco to make a statement, but Dazzler and Northstar easily took them down.
(New Mutants III#24 (fb) - BTS) - Legion manifested a new power set that allowed him to rewrite all of reality, creating new histories, relationships, motivations, and memories, and in some case new identities, for the mutants of Utopia. He remade Frenzy in a new costume, with new heroic motivations, and he gave her a long-term relationship with Basilisk, the new identity of Cyclops. Frenzy was one of the Mutant Resistance at Fortress X.
(Age of X: Alpha#1) - At Fortress X, Frenzy kept watch with Rockslide. Later, she assembled with the Mutant Resistance.
(X-Men Legacy I#245) - Frenzy stood with the Mutant Resistance against the human forces, though Tempo was killed in combat. Frenzy had a drink to honor Tempo, while berating Logan for his refusal to join the soldiers, after which she asked Basilisk to spend the night with her.
(New Mutants III#22 (fb) - BTS) - Frenzy spent the night with Basilisk.
(New Mutants III#22) - In bed, Frenzy heard Basilisk's regret in recently killing some human "Exonim" invaders. Basilisk showed her a tag he'd collected from a dead soldier named Johnson, and revealed he'd killed a soldier with the same tag months before.
(New Mutants III#24) - Frenzy joined the Mutant Resistance in final battle with the human forces, but Legion soon altered reality again, restoring them to their real selves at Utopia. Frenzy kept her memories of the other world. She kissed Cyclops, then saw him go off with Emma Frost, his real girlfriend.
I#248) - Though she had the option of having telepaths erase her memory
of her time in Fortress X, Frenzy chose to keep them. Frenzy confronted
Cyclops on her powerful connection to him, but he claimed that it
hadn't been real, and she told him to come back to her when he wanted
to be Basilisk again.
In a fury, Frenzy destroyed a tower.
(X-Men Legacy I#249) - Carrying memories from Age of X, Frenzy got in a bar fight with Toad until Gambit intervened. Confronting her inner rage and need to belong, Frenzy cut her hair and styled a new costume for herself. Frenzy told Gambit that she had plans to learn to channel her rage toward positivity, and she stated that she intended to join the X-Men.
(X-Men Legacy I#250 (fb) ) - Seeing Xavier, Magneto, Gambit, Legion, and Rogue board a ship for a mission to hunt down Legion's escaped personalities, Frenzy put herself on the ship, explaining to Xavier that she wanted the life her other self had. Xavier, remembering how Frenzy had tried to kill him, initially refused, but he read her mind and realized she was a changed person.
(X-Men Legacy I#250 (fb) - BTS) - Frenzy made an agreement with Xavier that she would work with his team, but he made her promise never to kill others.
(X-Men Legacy I#250) - Along with Magneto, Gambit, and Xavier, Frenzy hunted for one of Legion's errant escaped personalities, Time-Sink. During the fight, Frenzy threw a car at the man, who was later defeated after Legion absorbed him.
(X-Men Legacy I#251) - Over London, Frenzy piloted the ship as they hunted down two more aspects of Legion, Chain (able to turn civilians into copies of himself) and Susan in Sunshine (a young girl), and Frenzy chose to fight Chain and his copies, but they soon had to retreat. Frenzy broke a machine in fury, after which she berated Gambit, taunting him over his romantic feelings for Rogue although she was with Magneto. When Magneto taunted Frenzy back, over her feelings for Cyclops, she ended up kissing him, and they swiftly realized that Susan in Sunshine was manipulating their emotions. Susan set off an explosion, but Frenzy simply reached over and ripped the head off the child's doll, which made Susan sad and lose her powers. Susan surrendered to Legion. Frenzy accompanied Legion as he defeated Chain, but Styx (another personality) kidnapped Professor X while they were gone.
(New Mutants III#27) - Frenzy was at a meeting where Cyclops briefed the New Mutants on the threat of the Sugar Man.
(X-Men Legacy I#252) - Legion froze time in Paris, and then Frenzy and the team started looking for Styx. When Rogue was hurt fighting another Legion persona, the Bleeding Image, Frenzy freely offered to let Rogue absorb some of her invulnerability to protect her, an action which apparently saved Rogue's life. Frenzy talked about old motivations with Magneto before she flirted more with Gambit. After Legion released the frozen time, the team followed a trail of flies into an illusion of Hell, where they saw images of their own corpses. Frenzy nearly beat up a mind-controlled civilian before realizing that there were many there who had bombs wired to them. Frenzy saw Legion knock out Magneto so that he could confront Styx himself, after which the personality Endgame was released.
(X-Men Legacy I#253) - Frenzy worked with the others to hold off the massively powerful Endgame until Legion saved Professor X, and then Frenzy held Legion down while the others helped repair his mind. Professor X stayed to help Legion while Frenzy joined the others in teleporting into space to aid their friends in the Starjammers, using a powerset Rogue had absorbed from Legion to get there.
(X-Men Legacy I#254) - Separated from Rogue, Frenzy, Gambit, and Magneto crash landed on an alien planet, where they worked together to defeat a giant Shi'ar robot. They made their way to an orbital station, looking for the Starjammers, and Frenzy was in awe when Magneto used his powers on a wide scale to stop a fight between two groups of aliens.
(X-Men Legacy I#255) - Frenzy and the others found the Shi'ar, including H'ral, ready to attack the Grad Nan Holt race, but Magneto convinced them to let the X-Men try to negotiate peace first. Frenzy confronted Magneto on his change in character, but he stated he was trying to be a better father. They soon found Havok and Polaris (who, along with their other Starjammers teammates, were under the influence of Friendless of the Grad Nan Holt) as well as the Grad Nan Holt, who refused to broker peace and instead killed their Shi'ar prisoner. The Shi'ar opened fire on the planet as Polaris, Havok, and Korvus attacked Magneto, claiming he'd harmed the Grad Nan Holt.
(X-Men Legacy I#256) - Frenzy resisted Havok's plasma bursts and knocked him out. Rogue, Marvel Girl, and a group of Salvagers attacked, defeating Friendless (who'd been mind-controlling the others), but Rogue lost her teleportation power, stranding them in space, and infuriating Frenzy. Then, to help save the space station, Frenzy shared her power with Rogue and they both entered K'ythri's Highway, a massive energy platform that propelled them upward.
(X-Men Legacy I#257) - Frenzy shared more of her power with Rogue as they propelled forward, and they fell unconscious when they landed. They woke up and began working to divert the power and save the space station, but Sovel Redhand teleported in and shot them both with an energy blast, knocking them out.
(X-Men Legacy I#258) - Frenzy woke up and tried to stop Redhand, but his personal forcefield repelled her, knocking her out. Frenzy woke up to find Rogue and the X-Men had settled affairs, and they were on their way back to Earth with the salvagers.
(X-Men: Regenesis#1) - The team arrived back on Utopia to find the X-Men splitting to different coasts, with Cyclops staying with one team on Utopia and Wolverine leading a group back to Westchester, New York. Frenzy chose to go with Wolverine, not wanting to see Cyclops and his romance with Emma Frost every day.
(X-Men Legacy I#266 (fb) - BTS) - Frenzy took a position as a faculty member at the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning, and she taught gym and hand-to-hand combat.
(X-Men Legacy I#259) - Rogue realized a psychic entity had stowed away in their minds, and Frenzy was resistant to being mentally scanned. They used Korvus' sword to track the mind energies, realizing the mind of the mutant Ariel was scattered among them.
(X-Men Legacy I#260) - Frenzy saw Warpath and Korvus fist-fight. Frenzy soon joined Rogue (loaning her more invulnerability) and others in seeking to find Ariel, who'd been dimensionally scattered and displaced.
(X-Men Legacy I#260.1) - In Westchester, Frenzy joined Gambit and Rogue in playing football with the students. Frenzy flirted with Gambit while talking about her need for a fresh start, after which the N'Garai attacked. Frenzy held them off, resisting their poisonous blood, until they closed the portal. After Frenzy saw Rogue resist Gambit's attempt at rekindling their romance, Frenzy and Gambit had drinks and kissed.
(X-Men Legacy I#261) - Gambit told Frenzy their hook-up had been a mistake, and both admitted they had feelings for others. Frenzy was with the X-Men when Exodus arrived at the school, determined to get the mutants to reunite and return to Utopia. Frenzy yelled at Exodus for his previous cowardice in disbanding the Acolytes. When Exodus began mind-controlling the mutants, Frenzy attacked him directly and was nearly overwhelmed by Exodus before Rogue intervened. They managed to repel Exodus, but then he went after Cyclops on the opposite coast.
(X-Men Legacy I#262) - Frenzy joined the team on the Blackbird to go confront Exodus. They attacked him full force, and Frenzy told Exodus that Cyclops was ten times the man he was as she punched him. Exodus tried enticing Frenzy to take a vow of celibacy and return to his allegiance, but she refused. A group of X-Men from Utopia then arrived to help them.
(X-Men Legacy I#263) - Frenzy strategized with the team, then worked with them to take Exodus down. The teams soon parted ways again.
(X-Men Legacy I#264) - Frenzy joined the X-Men in responding to a seeming attack by Mimic and Weapon Omega. She stood by while they tried to handle Omega's deadly energies.
(X-Men Legacy I#265) - Frenzy aided the X-Men in helping dissipate Weapon Omega's deadly energies. Weapon Omega had to be placed into stasis to survive.
(X-Men Legacy I#266) - Frenzy and the X-Men discussed the conflict between Cyclops' X-Men and the Avengers over the Phoenix Force. A team of Avengers (Falcon with Redwing, Moon Knight, She-Hulk) arrived on campus to "keep an eye" on the X-Men, and Frenzy got hints of racism from Moon Knight. Kitty agreed to let the Avengers remain on campus, but Frenzy made sure they knew that she was keeping an eye on them as well. Frenzy taunted Moon Knight about his mental health, and a fight broke out, leading to her trading blows with both Moon Knight and She-Hulk. Rogue was holding Frenzy back until She-Hulk lashed out at a few of the students, then Rogue joined the fight. Then Iron Man arrived...
(X-Men Legacy I#267) - During the ensuing fight, Rogue absorbed She-Hulk's powers and then struck Iron Man in a gamma rage. Frenzy threw Kitty Pryde into Iron Man to disrupt his armor, after which she tackled Iron Man herself, but she was nearly overwhelmed before Rogue tore Iron Man's armor apart. The conflict soon ended, and the Avengers left.
(X-Men Legacy I#268) - Using a portion of the Phoenix Force, Cyclops ended a war conflict in Narobia, after which the Stepford Cuckoos assigned Frenzy to go there and help end any uprisings, and they telepathically downloaded the local language into her brain. Frustrated with involving herself in human conflicts, Frenzy stopped a man from beating his wife, Angelique, and she subsequently found herself opening up to Angelique as they pressed through the jungle. They found Angelique's husband dead, and then Frenzy defeated the military faction in the jungle. Frenzy convinced the Cuckoos to leave the memories of the locals in place.
(Uncanny Avengers I#1) - Frenzy attended the funeral of Charles Xavier.
(X-Men Legacy I#275) - Frenzy was present with the staff and students at the Jean Grey Academy.
(Avengers Academy#38) - The Jean Grey School held a football game against Avengers Academy, and Frenzy attended.
(X-Men Legacy II#2) - Frenzy accompanied Storm, Beast, Blindfold, Chamber, and Wolverine in investigating the remains of a psychic commune, destroyed by Legion.
(X-Men Legacy II#3) - Frenzy and the X-Men continued tracking Legion, soon finding him in Tokyo near new mutant twins Karasu-Tengu and Sojobo-Tengu.
(X-Men Legacy II#4) - The X-Men sparred with Legion, who defeated them one by one. When Frenzy tried hitting Legion, he channeled his personality Non-Newtonian Annie, and Frenzy was propelled through the air. Legion departed, and the X-Men took the twins back to the school.
(X-Men Legacy II#6) - Frenzy joined the X-Men in battling the Dire Wraiths and Luca Aldine, getting involved in more complications with Legion's personalities.
(Wolverine and the X-Men I#29) - Frenzy attended a meeting on the Jean Grey School campus.
(X-Men Legacy II#8) - Legion briefly mentally interfaced with Frenzy and other X-Men.
(X-Men Legacy II#11) - Frenzy met with the X-Men to discuss the threat of Legion. She later helped Blindfold train, listening to her rant about Legion. Later, Blindfold assembled a team to help her find Legion, including Frenzy, Chamber, and Pixie. Frenzy said she just wanted to hit things.
(X-Men Legacy II#12) - Frenzy and the X-Men teleported to Legion, stopping him from taking a pill administered by Dr. Marcus Glove. Red Skull used his telepathy to take over the minds of the X-Men, and he caused Chamber to kill Glove. In a chaotic battle that followed, Frenzy remained mind-controlled while mutants Santi Sardina and Karasu-Tengo briefly became involved. Finally, Legion regained control of himself, and the Red Skull was defeated.
(X-Men Legacy II#15) - Legion showed up on school grounds, but he mind-controlled Frenzy and the others into not seeing him there.
(X-Men Legacy II#20) - Frenzy and other X-Men watched over an unconscious Blindfold.
(X-Men Legacy II#22) - Frenzy joined the X-Men and S.W.O.R.D. (Abigail Brand, Sydren, others) in confronting Legion, whose conflict with his personalities and Luca Aldine threatened nuclear warfare in Washington DC. In the ensuing battle, Chamber, Karasu Tengo, and Abigail Brand were all seemingly killed.
(X-Men Legacy II#23) - As Legion's powers grew out of control, he began taking over the minds of mutants around him, including Frenzy, threatening to absorb them within his own form.
(Nightcrawler IV#3) - Frenzy was among the X-Men who greeted Nightcrawler, Margali Szardos, and Amanda Sefton to the school grounds. Frenzy stood by while Marvel Girl read Sefton's mind, but Sefton unexpectedly lashed out, leaving both Mavel Girl and Frenzy unconscious.
SECRET WARS III HAPPENED
(All-New Inhumans#1/2 (fb) - BTS) - Beast began working with the Inhumans to find a cure for the poisonous impact their Terrigen Mists had on mutants. When Crystal asked, Frenzy agreed to feign an attack that would help Crystal's humanitarian mission, which would also help mutants.
(All-New Inhumans#1/2 (fb) ) - Frenzy attacked the Royal Inhumans Vessel, during a time when Captain Swain was giving a tour to a group of United Nations delegates, and she began destroying property, stating that she would no longer allow the Inhumans to use the mists to harm mutants. Crystal easily defeated Frenzy, then the delegates were ushered out. Frenzy shook Crystal's hand, agreeing to help with the mission.
(All-New Inhumans#4) - Aboard the R.I.V. (Royal Inhuman Vessel), Frenzy felt the ship shake during a battle over Sin-Cong.
(All-New Inhumans#11 (fb) - BTS) - Frenzy spent months helping to save mutants from Terrigen with rescue crafts. More than once, she had to leave some mutants behind to face the cloud.
(All-New Inhumans#11) - Frenzy helped Crystal's team rescue a group of mutants from the Terrigen Cloud. Frenzy vented to Crystal about the hard choices she was having to make. Later, Frenzy attended a birthday party for Crystal.
(Secret Empire: United#1 (fb) - BTS) - During a time when Hydra took over the United States, Frenzy joined the X-Men and other mutants in settling New Tian, a mutant nation in California.
(Secret Empire: United#1) - Frenzy, Random, and Sunfire battled Hydra agents. When Sunfire was knocked out by the Superior Octopus, Frenzy escaped with Random.
(Weapon X III#24) - Frenzy was among the mutants briefly controlled by Mentallo, but they were freed by Weapon X-Force.
(Uncanny X-Men V#9) - While working on a car, Frenzy got a telepathic summons from Jean Grey to aid the X-Men.
(Uncanny X-Men V#10) - Frenzy joined the X-Men in battling X-Man on Quadra Island, but he briefly overwrote reality, moving the X-Men into the "Age of X," and they were believed dead for a time.
(House of X#5) - The mutant nation of Krakoa was launched, and Frenzy was among the mutants who moved there.
(X-Force VI#9) - Frenzy relaxed at the Green Lagoon bar on Krakoa.
(X-Force VI#12) - Frenzy was present when Beast brought Colossus through the Krakoan gates, but Wolverine chased her and the others off.
(Marvel Voices: Pride#1/12) - Frenzy danced at the Gala.
(X-Force VI#20) – Frenzy interacted with others at the Hellfire Gala.
(X-Factor IV#10) - Frenzy was seen at the Hellfire Gala.
(Planet-Sized X-Men#1) - Frenzy was on Krakoa when the X-Men revealed they had terraformed Mars.
(Last Annihlation: Wiccan and Hulkling#1) - Frenzy joined S.W.O.R.D. in defending Skrullos alongside the Guardians of the Galaxy, Paibok, Mur'G'nn, and Wiccan from the threat of the Mindless Ones, sent by Dormammu.
Comments: Created by Bob Layton, Keith Pollard, and Josef Rubinstein.
In X-Men II#112-113, and Uncanny X-Men I#392-393, Joanna Cargill is mistakenly called Johanna Cargill.
Thanks to Markus Raymond for adding Gambit III#20, X-Force I#94 and X-Men II#41.
6'11" is pretty tall. I don't think most stories show her as that tall,
but she was pretty big in her earliest appearances. It's probably just
a similar situation to Wolverine often being drawn much taller than his
true 5'3" height.
I also think that lifting 10 tons is a conservative estimate of her strength. I don't know that she's She-Hulk strong, and maybe she's just so tough/durable that she seems stronger. Regardless, I always liked Frenzy/Joanna Cargill, and I like her better as a heroic figure.
This profile was completed 11/12/2020, but its publication was delayed as it was intended for the Appendix 20th anniversary 's celebratory event.
Profile by Chadman.
Frenzy (Joanna Cargill) has no known connections to:
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X-Factor I#4 (May, 1986) - Bob Layton (writer), Keith Pollard (penciler), Josef Rubinstein (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Factor I#5 (June, 1986) - Bob Layton (writer), Jackson Guice (penciler), Josef Rubinstein (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Factor I#6 (July, 1986) - Louise Simonson (writer), Jackson Guice (penciler), Bob McLeod (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Factor I#33 (October, 1988) - Louise Simonson (writer), Walter Simonson (penciler), Bob Wiacek (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Avengers: Death Trap: The Vault#1 (January, 1991) - Danny Fingeroth (writer), Ron Lim (penciler), Jim Sanders, Fred Fredericks (inkers), Kelly Corvese (editor)
New Mutants Annual I#1 (August, 1991) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Guang Yap (penciler), Dan Panosian (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
New Warriors Annual I#1 (August, 1991) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Mark Bagley (penciler), Jeff Albrecht (inker), Danny Fingeroth (editor)
Captain America I#389 (August, 1991) - Mark Gruenwald (writer/editor), Larry Alexander (penciler), Bud LaRosa (inker)
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Captain America I#414 (April, 1993) - Mark Gruenwald (writer), Rik Levins, MC Wyman (pencilers), Danny Bulanadi (inker), Mike Rockwitz (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#298 (March, 1993) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Brandon Peterson (penciler), Al Milgrom (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#300 (May, 1993) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Brandon Peterson (penciler), Dan Panosian (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Factor I#92 (July, 1993) - Scot tLobdell, JM DeMatteis (writers), Joe Quesada (penciler), Al Milgrom, Cliff Van Meter (inkers), Kelly Corvese (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#304 (September, 1993) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Jae Lee, Chris Sprouse, Brandon Peterson, Paul Smith, John Romita Jr (pencilers), Terry Austin, Dan Green, Dan Panosian, Tom Palmer, Keith Williams (inkers), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Men II#25 (October, 1993) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Andy Kubert (penciler), Matt Ryan (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Cable I#10 (April, 1994) - Fabian Nicieza, Glenn Herdling (writers), MC Wyman (penciler), Kevin Conrad, Al Milgrom (inkers), Bob Harras (editor)
Cable I#11 (May, 1994) - Glenn Herdling (writer), MC Wyman (penciler), Mark Farmer, Hilary Barta, John Lowe, Kevin Conrad, Bud LaRosa, Scott Hanna, Denis Rodier (inkers), Lisa Patrick (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#315 (August, 1994) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Roger Cruz (penciler), Dan Green, Joe Rubinstein, Bud Larosa, Hilary Barta (inkers), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Men II#41 (February, 1995) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Andy Kubert & Ron Garney (pencilers), Andy Kubert & Matt Ryan (inkers), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Men: Prime#1 (July, 1995) - Scott Lobdell, Fabian Nicieza (writers), Bryan Hitch, Jeff Matsuda, Gary Frank, Mike McKone, Terry Dodson, Ben Herrera, Paul Pelletier (pencilers), Al Milgrom, R. Craig Russell, Cam Smith, Mark Farmer, Mark McKenna, Tom Palmer, Tim Townsend, Hector Collazo (inkers)
X-Men II#42 (July, 1995) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Paul Smith (penciler), Matt Ryan (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Men II#43 (August, 1995) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Paul Smith (penciler), Matt Ryan, Cam Smith (inkers), Bob Harras (editor)
X-Men II#44 (September, 1995) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Andy Kubert (penciler), Matt Ryan (inker), Bob Harras (editor)
Magneto#1-3 (November, 1996-January, 1997) - Peter Milligan, Jorge Gonzalez (writers), Kelley Jones (penciler), John Beatty (inker), Kelly Corvese (editor)
Magneto#4 (February, 1997) - Peter Milligan, Jorge Gonzalez (writers), Kelley Jones (penciler), John Beatty, Mark Heike, James Sanders III (inkers), Kelly Corvese (editor)
Excalibur I#106 (February, 1997) - Ben Raab (writer), Casey Jones, Randy Green, Rob Haynes, Aaron Lopresti (pencilers), James Martin, Rob Hayes, Rick Ketcham, Rachel Pinnock, Aaron Lopresti, Tom Simmons, Casey Jones (inkers), Matt Idelson (editor)
Quicksilver#1 (November, 1997) - Tom Peyer (writer), Rob Haynes, Casey Jones (pencilers), Jason Martin (inker), Mark Bernardo (editor)
Quicksilver#11 (September, 1998) - John Ostrander, Joe Edkin (writers), Derec Aucoin, Chris Renaud (pencilers), Rich Faber, Mark Lipka, Pond Scum (inkers), Mark Bernardo (editor)
Heroes for Hire/Quicksilver '98 (October, 1998) - John Ostrander (writer), Pasqual Ferry (penciler), Jaime Mendoza (inker), Mark Bernardo (editor)
Heroes for Hire I#16 (October, 1998) - John Ostrander (writer), Pasqual Ferry (penciler), Jaime Mendoza (inker), Mark Bernardo (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#366 (March, 1999) - Alan Davis, Fabian Nicieza (writers), Leinil Francis Yu (penciler), Tim Townsend (inker), Mark Powers (editor)
X-Men II#86 (March, 1999) - Fabian Nicieza, Alan Davis (writers), Alan Davis (penciler), Mark Farmer (inker), Mark Powers (editor)
X-Men: Magneto War#1 (March, 1999) - Alan Davis, Fabian Nicieza (writers), Lee Weeks (penciler), Dan Green (inker), Mark Powers (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#367 (April, 1999) - Alan Davis, Fabian Nicieza (writers), Leinil Francis Yu (penciler), John Livesay (inker), Mark Powers (editor)
X-Force I#94 (September, 1999) - John Francis Moore (writer), Jim Cheung (penciler), Mark Morales, Robert Stull, Rodney Ramos & Scott Koblish (inkers), Jason Liebig (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#379-380 (April, 2000) - Alan Davis (writer), Tom Raney (penciler), Scott Hanna (inker), Mark Powers (editor)
Magneto: Dark Seduction#1-3 (June-August, 2000) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Roger Cruz (penciler), Andy Owens (inker), Mark Powers (editor)
Magneto: Dark Seduction#4 (September, 2000) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Jorge Santamaria Garcia, Michael Ryan (pencilers), Harry Candelario, Sandu Florea, Tyson McAdoo, Derek Mei, Rodney Ramos (inkers), Mark Powers (editor)
Gambit III#20 (September, 2000) - Fabian Nicieza (writer), Joe St. Pierre (penciler), Eric Cannon (inker), Mike Marts (editor)
X-Men II#111 (April, 2001) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Leinil Francis Yu (penciler), Mark Morales (inker), Mark Powers (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#392 (May, 2001) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Salvador Larroca (penciler), Scott Hanna, Tim Townsend (inkers), Mark Powers (editor)
X-Men II#112 (May, 2001) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Leinil Francis Yu (penciler), Dexter Vines (inker), Mark Powers (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#393 (June, 2001) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Tom Raney (penciler), Scott Hanna (inker), Mark Powers (editor)
X-Men II#113 (June, 2001) - Scott Lobdell (writer), Leinil Francis Yu (penciler), Dexter Vines, Edgar Tadeo, Alanguilan (inkers), Mark Powers (editor)
X-Men: The 198 Files#1 (January, 2006) - various writers, Jeff Youngquist (editor)
X-Men Annual II#1 (March, 2007) - Mike Carey (writer), Mark Brooks (penciler), Jaime Mendoza, Victor Olazaba (inkers), Andy Schmidt (editor)
X-Men II#201 (September, 2007) - Mike Carey (writer), Humberto Ramos (penciler), Carlos Cuevas (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men II#202 (October, 2007) - Mike Carey (writer), Humberto Ramos (penciler), Carlos Cuevas (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
New X-Men II#44 (January, 2008) - Craig Kyle, Chris Yost (writers), Humberto Ramos (penciler), Carlos Cuevas (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men II#205 (January, 2008) - Mike Carey (writer), Chris Bachalo (penciler), Tim Townsend (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
New X-Men II#46 (March, 2008) - Craig Kyle, Chris Yost (writers), Humberto Ramos (penciler), Carlos Cuevas, Dave Meikis (inkers), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Factor III#27 (March, 2008) - Peter David (writer), Scot Eaton (penciler), John Dell, Andrew Hennessy, Dave Meikis (inkers), Joe Quesada (editor)
X-Men II#207 (March, 2008) - Mike Carey (writer), Chris Bachalo (penciler), Tim Townsend, Victor Olazaba, Jon Sibal, Al Vey (inkers), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#208 (April, 2008) - Mike Carey (writer), John Romita Jr, Scot Eaton (pencilers), Klaus Janson, John Dell (inkers), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#209 (May, 2008) - Mike Carey (writer), Scot Eaton, Billy Tan (pencilers), John Dell (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#210 (June, 2008) - Mike Carey (writer), Scot Eaton, Greg Land (pencilers), John Dell, Andrew Hennessy, Jay Leisten (inkers), Nick Lowe (editor)
Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Utopia#1 (August, 2009) - Matt Fraction (writer), Marc Silvestri, Michael Broussard, Eric Basaldua, Tyler Kirkham, Sheldon Mithcell (pencilers), Joe Weems, Marco Galli, Jason Gorder, Jay Leisten, Sal Regla, Jon Sibal, Ryan Winn (inkers), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#225 (August, 2009) - Mike Carey (writer), Phil Briones (artist), Nick Lowe (editor)
Dark Avengers/Uncanny X-Men: Exodus#1 (November, 2009) - Matt Fraction (writer), Mike Deodato Jr, Terry Dodson (pencilers), Rachel Dodson (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
New Mutants III#14 (August, 2010) - Zeb Wells (writer), Ibraim Roberson, Lan Medina, Nathan Fox (pencilers), Brian Reber, Jose Villarrubia (inkers), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Phoenix Force Handbook#1 (September, 2010) - various writers, Jeff Youngquist (editor)
Uncanny X-Men I#528 (November, 2010) - Matt Fraction (writer), Whilce Portacio (penciler), Ed Tadeo (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
Age of X: Alpha#1 (March, 2011) - Mike Carey (writer), Mirco Pierfederici, Gabriel Hernandez Walta, Carlo Barberi, Paco Diaz, Paul Davidson (pencilers), Walden Wong (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
New Mutants III#22 (April, 2011) - Mike Carey (writer), Steve Kurth (penciler), Allen Martinez (inker), Daniel Ketchum (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#245 (April, 2011) - Mike Carey (writer), Clay Mann (penciler), Jay Leisten (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
New Mutants III#24 (June, 2011) - Mike Carey (writer), Steve Kurtz (penciler), Allen Marinez (inker), Daniel Ketchum (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#248 (July, 2011) - Mike Carey (writer), Jorge Molina (penciler), Craig Yeung, Pat Davidson (inkers), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#249 (July, 2011) - Mike Carey (writer), Rafa Sandoval (artist), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#250 (August, 2011) - Mike Carey (writer), Khoi Pham (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#251 (August, 2011) - Mike Carey (writer), Khoi Pham (penciler), Tom Palmer, Craig Yeung, Nelson DeCastro (inkers), Daniel Ketchum (editor)
New Mutants III#27 (September, 2011) - Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning (writers), Leandro Fernandez (artist), Sebastian Girner (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#252 (September, 2011) - Mike Carey (writer), Khoi Pham (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#253 (October, 2011) - Mike Carey (writer), Khoi Pham (penciler), Tom Palmer, Craig Yeung (inkers), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#254 (October, 2011) - Mike Carey (writer), Steve Kurth (penciler), Jay Leisten (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#255 (November, 2011) - Mike Carey (writer), Steve Kurth (penciler), Craig Yeung, Jay Leisten (inkers), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#256 (November, 2011) - Mike Carey (writer), Steve Kurth (penciler), Craig Yeung, Jeff Huet, Ed Tadeo (inkers), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#257 (December, 2011) - Mike Carey (writer), Khoi Pham (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Daniel Ketchum (editor)
X-Men: Regenesis#1 (December, 2011) - Kieron Gillen (writer), Billy Tan (artist), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#258 (January, 2012) - Mike Carey (writer), Steve Kurth (penciler), Ed Tadeo (inker), Daniel Ketchum (Editor)
X-Men Legacy I#259 (January, 2012) - Mike Carey (writer), Khoi Pham (penciler), Tom Palmer (inker), Daniel Ketchum (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#260 (February, 2012) - Mike Carey (writer), Khoi Pham (penciler), Tom Palmer, Ed Tadeo (inkers), Daniel Ketchum (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#260.1, 261-263 (March-May, 2012) - Christos Gage (writer), David Baldeon (penciler), Jordi Tarragona (inker), Daniel Ketchum (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#264 (May, 2012) - Christos Gage (writer), Rafa Sandoval (penciler), Jordi Tarragona (inker), Daniel Ketchum (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#265-268 (June-August, 2012) - Christos Gage (writer), David Baldeon (penciler), Jordi Tarragona (inker), Daniel Ketchum (editor)
Uncanny Avengers I#1 (December, 2012) - Rick Remender (writer), John Cassaday (artist), Tom Brevoort (editor)
X-Men Legacy I#275 (December, 2012) - Christos Gage (writer), David Baldeon (penciler), Jordi Tarragona (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
Avengers Academy#38 (December, 2012) - Christos Gage (writer), Tom Grummett (penciler), Cory Hamsher, Rick Ketcham (inkers), Bill Rosemann (editor)
X-Men Legacy II#2-3 (January-February, 2013) - Simon Spurrier (writer), Tan Eng Huat (penciler), Craig Yeung (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy II#4 (March, 2013) - Simon Spurrier (writer), Jorge Molina (artist), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy II#6 (April, 2013) - Simon Spurrier (writer), Jorge Molina (penciler), Norman Lee, Walden Wong (inkers), Nick Lowe (editor)
Wolverine and the X-Men I#29 (July, 2013) - Jason Aaron (writer), Ramon Perez (artist), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy II#11 (July, 2013) - Simon Spurrier (writer), Phil Davidson, Tan Eng Huat (pencilers), Paul Davidson, Craig Yeung (inkers), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy II#12 (August, 2013) - Simon Spurrier (writer), Paul Davidson, Jay Leisten (artists), Nick Lowe (editor)
X-Men Legacy II#15, 20 (October, 2013;; January, 2014) - Simon Spurrier (writer), Tan Eng Huat (penciler), Craig Yeung (inker), Jennifer Smith (editor)
X-Men Legacy II#22 (March, 2014) - Simon Spurrier (writer), Khoi Pham (artist), Daniel Ketchum (editor)
X-Men Legacy II#23 (March, 2014) - Simon Spurrier (writer), Tan Eng Huat (penciler), Craig Yeung (inker), Daniel Ketchum (editor)
Nightcrawler IV#3 (August, 2014) - Chris Claremont (writer), Todd Nauck (artist), Daniel Ketchum (editor)
All-New Inhumans#1 (February, 2016) - James Asmus, Charles Soule (writer), Stefano Casselli, Nico Leon (pencilers), Stefano Casselli (inker), Nick Lowe (editor)
All-New Inhumans#4 (April, 2016) - James Asmus, Charles Soule (writers), Stefano Casselli (artist), Nick Lowe (editor)
All-New Inhumans#11 (November, 2016) - James Asmus (writer), Rhaold Marcellus (artist), Darren Shan (editor)
Secret Empire: United#1 (August, 2017) - Jim Zub (writer), Ario Arindito (artist), Charles Beacham (editor)
Weapon X III#24 (December, 2018) - Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente (writers), Luca Pizzari (artist), Jordan White (editor)
Uncanny X-Men V#9 (March, 2019) - Matthew Rosenberg, Kelly Thompson, Ed Brisson (writers), Yildiray Cinar (artist), Jordan White (editor)
Uncanny X-Men V#10 (March, 2019 - Matthew Rosenberg, Kelly Thompson, Ed Brisson (writers), Pere Perez (artist), Jordan White (editor)
House of X#5 (November, 2019) - Jonathan Hickman (writer), Pepe Larraz (artist), Jordan White (editor)
X-Force VI#9 (May, 2020) - Benjamin Percy (writer), Joshua Cassara (artist), Jordan White (editor)
X-Force VI#12 (November, 2020) - Benjamin Percy (writer), Oscar Bazaldua (artist), Jordan White (editor)
Marvel Voices: Pride#1/12 (July, 2021) - Vita Ayala (writer), Joanna Estep, Brittney Williams (artists), Sarah Brunstad (editor)
X-Force VI#20 (July, 2021) - Benjamin Percy (writer), Joshua Cassara (artist), Jordan White (editor)
X-Factor IV#10 (August, 2021) - Leah Williams (writer), David Baldeon, Lucas Werneck (pencilers), David Messina (inker), Jordan White (editor)
Planet-Sized X-Men#1 (August, 2021) - Gerry Duggan (writer), Pepe Larraz (artist), Jordan White (editor)
Last Annihilation: Wiccan and Hulkling#1 (September, 2021) - Anthony Oliveira (writer), Jan Bazaldua (artist), Darren Shan (editor)
First Posted: 09/11/2021
Last updated: 10/02/2021
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