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, Scott and Jean started taking Nathan Christopher with them on missions. , In a flashback to the past, Jean was seen with Professor Xavier and the original five X-Men, only with Nate filling the spot originally filled by Beast. "Purple, Part III", new team of X-Men to help protect mutants from, go to war against the Inhumans to destroy the Terrigen, the X-Men went to war against the Avengers to decide the fate of the Phoenix, American Comic Book Chronicles: The 1970s, "Assemble, true believers: Legendary X-Men comic book writer Chris Claremont emerges at Dragon's Lair", "Chris Claremont: Dead Should Mean Dead—'X-Men' mastermind talks the Phoenix and the flame", "The X-Effect: An Interview with John Byrne", "Interview With Kurt Busiek: Marathon Man", "Marvel NOW! Named "Madelyne Pryor", the unaware clone meets Cyclops in a situation engineered by Sinister and the two fall in love, marry, and have a child, Nathan Christopher Summers.  Scott began to worry that the Phoenix had returned until Jean lost her psi-powers as a result of the Psi-War. She refuses, and is sent to Sinister's breeding pens. , The Shi'ar Empire had witnessed Dark Phoenix consuming the star and the X-Men were forced to battle with the Imperial Guard over Phoenix's fate on the Blue Area of the Moon.  She begins a relationship with teammate Cyclops, which persists as her main romantic relationship, though she also develops a mutual secret attraction to a later addition to the team, Wolverine. The Phoenix tried to return the borrowed fragments of Jean's life-force. Once freed Jean ejects the Phoenix from Emma and accepts that she is one with the Phoenix Force. Jean and Scott thought they had lost Nathan a second time.. Having fully merged with the Phoenix, Jean reverts recent history, allowing the X-Men to remember. Werner tells Scott that he was attracted to Jean, although he had thought that she was male.  Using her unimaginable powers, she brings Apocalypse to his knees and melts his armor. Jean doesn't remember her old life at first, so Sinister manipulated her to create a new team to fight the X-Men, the Sinister Six.  According to Prosh, her Comparative Mutagenic Power Register was of 8.9..  The X-Men also discover that psychs are going missing or falling ill, which prompts the team to investigate the grave of Jean Grey. Jean noticed that Madelyne looked exactly liked her. Over the years, Jean's abilities while bonded to the Phoenix Force have fluctuated, but the Women of Marvel: Celebrating Seven Decades Handbook has detailed what Jean is capable of as Phoenix: The Phoenix Force also seems to render its host unaging and, at least in some adaptations, enhances the physical strength of its avatar to superhuman levels; in certain incarnations, Jean, namely while acting as Dark Phoenix, seemed to possess some level of superhuman strength. , Jean's history in the Mutant X universe is quite muddled. Angel, who was also romantically interested in Jean. Apocalypse would become one of Jean and the X-Factor's most persistent foes. With Cyclops's return, Jean began to share leadership of the X-Men with him and eventually she would be reunited with the true Storm. , As part of the Marvel's RessurXion event, Jean Grey received her first-ever solo series. Afterward Scott accepted Madelyne for who she was and they were married. Horrified by the truth, Magneto surrenders, and Cyclops executes him with his optic blast. Wolverine found a Dark Phoenix-possessed Jean in the woods and they fought with the Phoenix winning but not killing him as she was using him as bait for Scott and the other X-Men, but the Shi'ar were still in search of her and tried to obliterate her with an event horizon power-blast that destroyed that part of the forest, but the Phoenix saved herself and Wolverine by way of teleportation and they found themselves in a polar region. , Professor Xavier calls the X-Men together for a meeting and Jean tries unsuccessfully to rally the X-Men against him before he manifests Onslaught. The Phoenix Force responded to Jean's anguish and telepathic calls for help. She then travels across the universe, causing war and suicide among different races. Marvel has really put Jean Grey through the ringer, but we can say that they've at least kept her looking pretty stylish. After Professor X's apparent death, Jean has become the headmistress of the school, along with Cyclops.  They also worked as mutants in a team the media referred to as X-Terminators. As a result, Shooter ordered that Claremont and Byrne rewrite issue #137 to explicitly place in the story both a consequence and an ending commensurate with the enormity of Phoenix's actions. Madelyne had been a failed experiment of Mister Sinister. Jean now carried the memories of Scott‘s earlier proposals to both Phoenix and Madelyne and needed time to be sure their relationship was their own decision, not preordained. "Like A Phoenix, From The Ashes! While he was a skilled tactician, Scott's social skills were lacking. The group opted to keep their discovery on a need to know basis, although they soon included Jean on their findings via telepathic scan. As a result of the power switch, Jean temporarily displayed a shadow astral form with a Phoenix symbol over her right eye.. Jean was next featured in the six-issue miniseries X-Men Forever written by Fabian Nicieza, which was designed to tie up remaining plot lines. Madelyne bore Scott a son named Nathan Christopher Charles Summers. Simultaneously Nate transformed the mutants back into their mainstream counterparts and costumes. She later learns that she is an "Omega-level" mutant with unlimited potential. Jean would resurface years later at the wedding of Medusa and King Britain, which served as a brief reunion of the surviving members of the X-Men. In a desperate move, Jean used her telepathy to violate the minds of the gathered crowd and ordered them to disperse, an action she felt remorseful over.  Jean and the other original X-Men left the team, with only Cyclops staying on as deputy leader. The next day Jean was knocked down by a stronger broadcast from Murshid, naming a meeting place and time in Central Park to hear about his resistance to the individualism of society. "There's Something Awful on Muir Island", Chris Claremont (w), Mark Silvestri (p), Dan Green (i). Assembling for a debrief soon after, the X-Men witnessed more gigantic fissure opening up across the world, resembling rifts created by reality-bending Omega mutants. Fellow Blue Team member and telepath, Psylocke, tried to lure Cyclops into infidelity, influencing his mind behind Jean's back. She returned to Earth and threatened to kill everyone, but Professor Xavier was able to keep Phoenix under control and helped her will herself back to normal. Storm was concerned about the mental well-being of Professor X. Xavier had been pretending to lose control in order to uncover a traitor he had sensed in the ranks of the X-Men. Scott was hit hard by this news but hid it from Madelyne and began packing. One such issue, Classic X-Men #8 (April 1987), paired the original X-Men #100 (August 1976) story of Jean Grey's disastrous return flight from space immediately preceding her transformation into Phoenix ("Love Hath No X-Man...") with the new story "Phoenix". Madelyne came alive surrounded by a bird of fire and Sinister immediately put his scheme back in motion. , In another story, Vulcan ends up inside the M'kraan Crystal instead of Professor X, and from there he gained the power of the Phoenix Force after entering the White Hot Room and killing all the Phoenix's hosts.  Jean accepts and her team joins him, but in secret they train themselves in case Magneto ever reverts to his villainous roots to kill them. After waking in Emma's body, Jean battled Trevor Fitzroy. While Jean started a new modeling job, Jean and Scott battled Quasimodo, under the guise of Computo. Scott and Phoenix shared an intimate night together. [volume & issue needed] Before she is teleported back she gives Miles Morales a kiss. Jean's escape pod was later intercepted by Sentinels, and ripped apart with Jean inside of it.  Due to the future X-Men expressing doubt about Scott's leadership as a result of the actions of his future self, Jean was appointed leader of the time-displaced X-Men. Jean somehow opened a telepathic link with Nathan Christopher, only to fail to prevent demons from snatching him. Death had Jean build towers in the afterlife to house the souls of Dark Phoenix's victims.  However, since the retcon of the Phoenix as a separate entity from Jean Grey, depictions of these powers vary; these include Jean being one of many hosts to the Phoenix and "borrowing" its "Phoenix powers" during this time, being a unique host to the Phoenix, and being one with the Phoenix. Utilizing Nature Girl's ability to communicate with bacterial "witnesses" to the murder, they discovered Nate and Apocalypse's involvement in the formation and continuation of the false reality.  When Juggernaut comes to the mansion with information about Onslaughts true identity but has a mental block preventing him from divulging it, Jean enters his mind and helps him to remember who Onslaught really is and to her horror she discovers that Onslaught is really Professor X, having gone insane ever since wiping Magneto's mind. Fragments of this message survived to Bishop's future. Jean considered changing the future by telling Phoenix that the X-Men were still alive and warning her of Mastermind's plans, but Uatu the Watcher intervened and she ultimately decided against it, returning to the present.  Young Jean was able to keep her psyche anchored in the Phoenix's mind postmortem despite the Phoenix's own efforts to forcibly remove her after it murdered her. This storyline is one of the most well-known and heavily referenced in mainstream American superhero comics, and is widely considered a classic, including Jean Grey's suicidal sacrifice. During that time, Madelyne trapped Emma Frost in a psychic static which caused her thoughts to form uncontrollably. Hans Knoblach (alleged ancestor, deceased);Gertrude Hunter (alleged ancestor, deceased);Gloria Knoblach (alleged ancestor, deceased);Clarity (alleged distant relative);Fiona Knoblach (Dark Mother) (alleged ancestor, deceased);Charles Grey (ancestor, deceased);Malkin Grey (ancestor, deceased);Eleanor Grey (ancestor, deceased);Lady Jean Grey (ancestor, deceased);unnamed great-grandfather-in-law, deceased;Philip Summers (grandfather-in-law);Deborah Summers (grandmother-in-law);Brian Grey (paternal uncle, deceased);Phyllis Dennefer (maternal aunt, deceased);Roy Dennefer (maternal uncle, deceased); Parents:John Grey (father, deceased);Elaine Grey (mother, deceased), Siblings:Sara Grey-Bailey (sister, deceased);Julia Grey (sister, deceased);Roger Grey (brother, deceased);Liam Grey (brother, deceased). , While enjoying Christmas with Scott and the X-Men, Jean was was kidnapped along with Xavier, Wolverine, and Banshee by Steven Lang's Sentinels and taken aboard Lang's space station. After witnessing Phoenix use her cosmic powers to fight off Galactus from consuming a defenseless planet, Jean contemplates warning Phoenix of her fate until an encounter with The Watcher stops her from doing so.  Jean dies, telling Scott "to live". In June 2001, X-Men was retitled as New X-Men under writer Grant Morrison. Instead, he chose to train her in the use of her psychokinetic abilities while allowing her telepathy to grow at its natural rate before reintroducing it. Mr. Sinister appeared and informed Cable that Stryfe had been wrong about their origins. While she expressed concern that she was no longer human, she was nevertheless happy to be reunited with Scott and her other friends.  After Nightcrawler is fatally wounded by the Crimson Pirates, Jean appears to him along with Amanda Sefton and the recently deceased Wolverine to help coax him back to life.  She has a college education from Metro College. , Without Xavier, the X-Men were ordered to disband by Fred Duncan of the FBI. To reach that goal and find a way of restoring her powers, she looked for the ultimate weapon across the multiverse: the various incarnations of Nate Grey.  Xavier blocks her telepathy until she is old enough to be able to control it, leaving her with access only to her telekinetic powers. Following the conclusion of Inferno, Jean continued to be a mainstay character throughout the rest of X-Factor  Xavier even used young Jean to calibrate his Cerebro machine. , With a young Cable's help the five young mutants were returned to their own time, and Jean blocked all of their memories of future events until after they experience the return home of their younger selves.  Jean helped draft the basic tenets of the new mutant nation and was part of the unanimous vote to exile Sabretooth into the depths of Krakoa. , The storyline in which Jean Grey died as Marvel Girl and was reborn as Phoenix (Uncanny X-Men #101–108, 1976–1977) has been retroactively dubbed by fans "The Phoenix Saga", and the storyline of her eventual corruption and death as Dark Phoenix (Uncanny X-Men #129–138, 1980) has been termed "The Dark Phoenix Saga". They were pleased to be reunited as a family. The techno-organic virus was spreading and could only be held in check with telekinesis. , The original adult Jean Grey returned to the Marvel Universe in a new series titled Phoenix Resurrection: The Return of Jean Grey, released on December 27, 2017. , Scott returned to the X-Men, but his association with Apocalypse had given him a grimmer, more serious personality than ever before.  Her flirtations with Logan are explored more in-depth in the first few issues of the title, and she confesses shortly after Logan's death that she loved him. He left Madelyne and his son despite Madelyne's warning that if he left her again, he would not be welcomed back. , Investigating rumors he was alive, Jean and Cable found Scott in the birthplace of Apocalypse in Akkaba, Egypt, struggling to reassert his mind over the villain's psyche. Initially possessing the ability of telekinesis, the character was later granted the power of telepathy, which would be retconned years later as a suppressed mutant ability.. She further revealed that when she died, she scattered into a trillion pieces as the Phoenix which begun to reform outside the White Hot Room, but some parts of her were still lost in the Omniverse and she needed to "try again" in way of another death as she was "out of balance". , However, Jean did not die.  It is revealed later, however, that the victim was in fact Anne-Marie Rankin, whom Jean switched places with in order to collect the millions Anne-Marie was to inherit. Later, Xavier released these mental blocks for a more mature Jean. Hank had found a way to go to the past, but he wanted to show them an unfortunate discovery. For a long time, Scott refused to admit, even to himself, that he had feelings for Jean, afraid he would be hurt or that his optic blasts would hurt her - or anyone else he cared about. The time travel also caused her suppressed telepathic powers to awaken much earlier in her life than they were supposed to. Jean possesses the normal human strength of a woman of her age, height, and build who engages in moderate regular exercise. At first, Scott tried to keep his marriage and son from Jean. As Jean returns to her present, Phoenix cryptically states that they will meet again. Realizing that Department X was not enough to combat the revolutionaries, Jean called for the X-Men to make a stand for "evolutionary rights" and meet the rebels head on at the holiday gathering. Jean's attempts to regain control of the Phoenix Force were complicated by the interventions of the X-Men who wanted to contain the Phoenix Force and Quentin Quire who wanted to make use of the Phoenix Force to resurrect Sophie Cuckoo. She left them in the care of her parents as her sister was still missing. They remained together for several years. For some time, Scott had no way of knowing if Askani's cure had been successful. [volume & issue needed], On the Exiles's second mission lands them in the middle of an alternative reality Dark Phoenix Saga.  S.H.I.E.L.D. "Duet!". Charles Xavier II, the new leader of the displaced Brotherhood, attempts to attack the team using a psychic illusion of Xorn, but this deception is exposed by the young Jean. Jean manages to survive only by absorbing the remnant of the Phoenix Force housed within Madelyne, giving her both Madelyne's memories and the Phoenix's memories from "The Dark Phoenix Saga". After a massive battle against Jean and the rest of the X-Men, Onslaught escapes to carry out his plans. [volume & issue needed] The ship crashes in Jamaica Bay, with the other X-Men unharmed. , In this continuity, she is married to Wolverine and is a co-director of education for Xavier's School of Gifted Youngsters. Both would put on significant amounts weight and would resort to arguing with each other. , Jean was confronted by Onslaught on the Astral Plane, who claimed he could give her the power of the Phoenix Force once again if she joined him.  At the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con X-Men panel, when asked whether or not Jean would return, editor Nick Lowe responded by saying, "She's dead. While revealing himself to the X-Men, members of the X-Tracts and Danger Room prison attacked the gathered group, forcing the X-Men to protect Nate until matters could be sorted. , After Jean officially graduated at Xavier’s school, her parents transferred her to Metro College. The story further supported the retcon establishing Jean Grey and the Phoenix Force as two separate entities.. , Afterwards, Jean and Scott took a leave of absence from the X-Men for him to recuperate. , In a final confrontation with a traitor at the institute (the X-Men's teammate Xorn, posing as Magneto) Jean fully realizes and assumes complete control of the powers of the Phoenix Force, but is killed in a last-ditch lethal attack by Xorn. Finding herself alone with Cyclops in a psychic state of limbo, Scott gave her advice, telling her that she was and always will be, Jean Grey, "no matter what the cosmos tell you". The Shi'ar just wanted her dead. She was also stunned that the X-Men were working alongside Magneto, the original X-Men's greatest foe. Scott quickly became deputy leader of the X-Men. Adept at running scams, she had a reputation of controlling the minds of men. Emma was then released from the mental hold by a nude woman in a white room (possibly the White Hot Room) that greatly resembled Jean Grey who used what seemed to be a Phoenix to free Emma declaring "prepare". , Scott and Jean returned to the X-Men some time after at the request of Storm. Stryfe was the clone. She confronts Weapon X, then leaves him to try to stop the attack with the aid of Cyclops. , Jean was approached by Death itself, who manifested as a male cosmic construction worker. , New Excalibur battles an evil counterpart of the Jean Grey, who is a member of the Shadow-X, the X-Men of an alternative reality in which Professor X was possessed by the Shadow King. Following Cyclops's possession by the mutant villain Apocalypse and disappearance in the conclusion of the crossover storyline "Apocalypse: The Twelve", Jean lost her telekinetic abilities and was left with increased psychic powers, the result of the "six month gap" in plot across the X-Men franchise created by the Revolution revamp. By the time Scott returned home to the X-Men, Colossus' little sister Illyana had already succumbed to the Legacy Virus, and more deaths were to come.  Jean also made minor appearances in other titles during the New X-Men run, such as Chris Claremont's X-Treme X-Men, occasionally lending support to the characters. , Mister Sinister returned, this time posing as Apocalypse and commanding his Horsemen.  Jean's telepathy returned while battling the villainous Dark Rider Psynapse. She is also capable of telekinetic flight. Although they developed a more peaceful approach to confronting Nate, tensions spilled over at their meeting and the X-Men attacked Nate head on. But Jean however, had sensed the dark hunger of the Phoenix appeared to Wolverine and changed her attire to match that of Dark Phoenix's as a way to alert him of the Phoenix's dark intentions, but the Phoenix took hold of Jean and truly became the Dark Phoenix once more, easily overpowering Logan, who alerted the X-Men of Jean's resurrection after she escaped. , In Chris Claremont's X-Men Forever, Jean is in nearly all respects the same character as the mainline Marvel Universe character. The Phoenix Force, as Jean Grey, emerges in a new costume and adopts the new codename "Phoenix", with immense cosmic powers. Rachel established a psi-bond with Nathan, swearing to protect her little brother as long as she lived.. The Original Jean Grey : "Marvel Girl" the team on its first mission against Magneto. She can even change her Phoenix clothes into a set of street clothes, and lift multiple heavy objects at once without having any difficulties.  He later appears to her again in a similar way after rescuing her and Gambit from Bastion and offers her a chance to join him. Plus tard, elle se retourna contre les X-Men en adoptant le nom de Phénix noir (Dark Phoenix). At first, she was unable to remember her encounter with the Phoenix Force, but with the help of the Avengers and Fantastic Four, she remembered what happened. Quentin Quire found the Phoenix, but it rejected him and this leads to the Phoenix coming to the conclusion that the entire world is "sick" and plans on burning the sick world to destruction as it "would not work". [volume & issue needed], When the man from the future, Cable, attacks the X-Men, he kidnaps Jean Grey, but she is later rescued by the X-Men and Bishop.  After this incident, Scott took a leave from the X-Men to meet with his grandparents in Alaska. The Phoenix Force started to appear as another personality within Jean, even having a conversation with Prof. Xavier on its role in events to come. The teenage Marvel Girl learned she has the ability to harness ambient psychic energy and channel it into powerful blasts of force, which are a combination of both her telepathy and telekinesis. She had sent them to the past to stop Apocalypse from conquering England. Jean Grey is an evolved mutant with powerful telekinetic and telepathic abilities, further enhanced by the cosmic energies of the Phoenix Force. Not wanting to disturb Cyclops’ marriage to Madelyne, Rachel kept her true relation to him secret.  She is also an Omega-Level Telepath and Omega-Level Telekinetic. However, Jean still refused Onslaught. X-23 at this time revealed her discovery of secret items in her house (belonging to previous occupant Bishop) that she had never seen before. Madelyne Pryor returned and formed a team of evil mutant women. It wandered the globe, lost. She starts with her powers out of her control due to her anger, accidentally killing two mercenaries who were attacking the X-Men.
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