History ComicBook / GenerationX

23rd Dec '16 3:09:02 AM rafi
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* {{Badass}}: Banshee. He's the longest-standing veteran superhero on the team, and he spent years as an Interpol agent before joining the X-Men.
22nd Dec '16 10:57:25 PM MegaJ
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A new ''Generation X'' title will be launched as part of the X-Men[=/=]ComicBook/TheInhumans event ''[=ResurrXion=]'', spawning from the fallout of ''ComicBook/InhumansVsXMen''. It will follow Jubilee and a group of misfit mutants who are seperated out for not being potential x-men or ambasaddors for mutantkind due to either being unreliable or having weak power sets.

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A new ''Generation X'' title will be launched as part of the X-Men[=/=]ComicBook/TheInhumans event ''[=ResurrXion=]'', spawning from the fallout of ''ComicBook/InhumansVsXMen''. It will follow Jubilee and a group of misfit mutants who are seperated out for not being potential x-men X-Men or ambasaddors for mutantkind due to either being unreliable or having weak power sets.
2nd Dec '16 2:36:13 PM rafi
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* BadAss: Banshee. He's the longest-standing veteran superhero on the team, and he spent years as an Interpol agent before joining the X-Men.

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* BadAss: {{Badass}}: Banshee. He's the longest-standing veteran superhero on the team, and he spent years as an Interpol agent before joining the X-Men.
2nd Dec '16 2:31:27 PM mogo
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* RealityInsues: The X-Men have realized that training every mutant to be an X-Man has only lead to an extremely high mortality rate so they've decided to instead divide up the students into future X-Men, Future Ambassadors for Mutantkind and [[AndZoidberg Generation X]]

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* RealityInsues: RealityEnsues: The X-Men have realized that training every mutant to be an X-Man has only lead to an extremely high mortality rate so they've decided to instead divide up the students into future X-Men, Future Ambassadors for Mutantkind and [[AndZoidberg Generation X]]



* SpiritualSucessor: To the Original Generation X. The team itself is one to the Special Class from Grant Morrison's run on X-Men, who were likewise a RagtagBunchOfMisfits.

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* SpiritualSucessor: SpiritualSuccessor: To the Original Generation X. The team itself is one to the Special Class from Grant Morrison's run on X-Men, who were likewise a RagtagBunchOfMisfits.
1st Dec '16 9:06:46 AM mogo
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A new ''Generation X'' title will be launched as part of the X-Men[=/=]ComicBook/TheInhumans event ''[=ResurrXion=]'', spawning from the fallout of ''ComicBook/InhumansVsXMen''.

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A new ''Generation X'' title will be launched as part of the X-Men[=/=]ComicBook/TheInhumans event ''[=ResurrXion=]'', spawning from the fallout of ''ComicBook/InhumansVsXMen''.
''ComicBook/InhumansVsXMen''. It will follow Jubilee and a group of misfit mutants who are seperated out for not being potential x-men or ambasaddors for mutantkind due to either being unreliable or having weak power sets.



!!Contained notable examples of:

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!!Contained !!The Original Series contained notable examples of:




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!The Ressurxion series contains examples of
* AscendedExtra: At least half of the main cast consists of this:
** Eye Guy was a [[EnsembleDarkhorse fairly popular]] but minor supporting character from Jason Aaron's run on ComicBook/WolverineAndTheXMen.
** Nature Girl was introduced in the second volume of Wolverine and the X-Men but received little screen time.
** Bling! is a long time, rarely spotlighted background student, having only had a small role in Adjectiveless X-Men in the last decade.
* BlessedWithSuck: Newcomer Nathaniel Carver, who can get a psychic feeling from locations about what happened there.. but dosen't want the inevitable future that brings of working in crime scenes and other horrible places.
** Eye Guy can see just about anything but is physically unappealing due to having an eye everywhere.. even his tongue.
* TheBusCameBack: Jubilee returns to the X-Men titles in a main role for the first time since Marvel NOW!, while Quintin Quire returns for the first time since then, period.
** Eye Guy returns after being absent since Spider-Man and the X-Men
** Chamber returns for the first time in years as a supporting character while Husk is also set to make an apperance, having disappeared since the end of Aaron's run on Wolverine and the X-Men.
* ExcitedShowTitle: Bling! as always has an exclamation point.
* RagtagBunchOfMisfits: The team consists of mutants who don't really fit elsewhere.
* RealityInsues: The X-Men have realized that training every mutant to be an X-Man has only lead to an extremely high mortality rate so they've decided to instead divide up the students into future X-Men, Future Ambassadors for Mutantkind and [[AndZoidberg Generation X]]
** Quintin is put into this group rather than the future X-Men due to a long history of being a WildCard.
* SpiritualSucessor: To the Original Generation X. The team itself is one to the Special Class from Grant Morrison's run on X-Men, who were likewise a RagtagBunchOfMisfits.
* UnexpectedCharacter: An entire cast of them aside from Jubilee.
* WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway: The reason Eye Guy and Bling! are on the team.
* WildCard: Why Quintin is part of Generation X. He's such a coin flip that the X-Men can't trust him for either of the other classes.
27th Oct '16 10:04:29 AM Will
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* SuperPowerLottery: Monet St. Croix had flight, superstrength, superspeed, nigh-invulnerability, telepathy and genius-level intellect. Autism too, but it was treated as a [[DisabilitySuperpower superpower]] more often than not. She could also merge with her siblings (or her siblings could merge to form her), and the siblings had powers of their own. Over the coarse of comics Monet would develop telekinesis while apart of Storms iteration of X-Men.

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* SuperPowerLottery: Monet St. Croix had flight, superstrength, superspeed, nigh-invulnerability, telepathy and genius-level intellect. Autism too, but it was treated as a [[DisabilitySuperpower superpower]] more often than not. She could also merge with her siblings (or her siblings could merge to form her), and the siblings had powers of their own. Over the coarse course of comics Monet would develop telekinesis while apart a part of Storms Storm's iteration of X-Men.
26th Oct '16 11:01:24 PM OnePunch
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* SuperPowerLottery: Monet St. Croix had flight, superstrength, superspeed, nigh-invulnerability, telepathy and genius-level intellect. Autism too, but it was treated as a [[DisabilitySuperpower superpower]] more often than not. She could also merge with her siblings (or her siblings could merge to form her), and the siblings had powers of their own.

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* SuperPowerLottery: Monet St. Croix had flight, superstrength, superspeed, nigh-invulnerability, telepathy and genius-level intellect. Autism too, but it was treated as a [[DisabilitySuperpower superpower]] more often than not. She could also merge with her siblings (or her siblings could merge to form her), and the siblings had powers of their own. Over the coarse of comics Monet would develop telekinesis while apart of Storms iteration of X-Men.
20th Oct '16 9:02:01 AM Blazer
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A new ''Generation X'' title will be launched as part of the X-Men[=/=]ComicBook/TheInhumans event ''[=ResurrXion=]'', spawning from the fallout of ''ComicBook/InhumansVsXMen''.
14th Sep '16 11:26:14 PM JUANDELACRUZ
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** Monet has variously been described as from Morocco, Algeria, France, Bosnia, and even Monaco. This is partly due to a very wealthy, cosmopolitan family - one issue explained that her father is a French ambassador, her mother is Algerian and she was born on a badly-timed vacation in Bosnia - but some of the extra countries might just be examples of poor research or even DependingOnTheWriter.

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** Monet has variously been described as from Morocco, Algeria, France, Bosnia, and even Monaco. This is partly due to a very wealthy, cosmopolitan family - one issue explained that her grandfather is a French nobleman, his son|her father is a biracial French ambassador, her mother is Algerian and she was born on a badly-timed vacation in Bosnia - but some of the extra countries might just be examples of poor research or even DependingOnTheWriter.
22nd Aug '16 9:04:02 PM HamburgerTime
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* TakeThat: The "Corrections" arc is essentially a diatribe by Brit Creator/WarrenEllis against the anti-teenager moral panic that gripped the US following the UsefulNotes/{{Columbine}} Massacre.
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