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Reverend Meteor

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Subj: Re: Who are your favorite "obscure" mutants?
Posted: Mon Feb 12, 2018 at 09:15:11 am EST (Viewed 109 times)
Reply Subj: Who are your favorite "obscure" mutants?
Posted: Sat Feb 10, 2018 at 12:14:10 pm EST (Viewed 178 times)

    They don't have to be SUPER obscure. Just exclude the founding members of these teams:
    1963 X-Men
    1975 X-Men
    New Mutants
    Generation X
    Peter David's X-Factor

    Also exclude Havoc and Polaris, and Gambit and Rogue.

    You get the idea.

1. Locus (teleporter from the MLF)
2. Silhouette
3. Josh Guthrie (Joshes unite!)
4. Gamesmaster and the Upstarts
5. Book from the X-Men 2099 book (he used his infirmity to manipulate)
6. X-Men 2099 (well the 8 on the first issue cover...some of the later members stunk)
7. Darkling/Asylum
8. Gideon (he was awesome in New Warrios #19...why was he never used like that in an X-book?)
9. Piecemeal (the kid who merged with Proteus...did AIM ever get around to using that sister of his?)
10. Forearm
11. Whiteout
12. Rancor and her team from Guardians of the Galaxy
13. The Folding Circle (my favorite member the Left Hand technically isn't a mutant though)
14. Wither
15. Namorita (ok so not SUPER obscure...but she's my favorite female Marvel character)
16. Baby Nathan (or was it Christopher) when he had that forcefield bubble. I liked him as a kid but I despise Cable.
17. Feral (ok so that violates the rules...she's still pretty obscure IMO)
18. Twilight from X-Nation 2099...she had a neat power to control the laws of physics in a limited sphere of influence.
19. Brimstone Love (assuming he even is a mutant)
20. Gypsy Moth aka Skein

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