History ComicBook / Storm

29th Aug '16 5:53:50 PM Manny20444
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* MsFanservice: Liked public nudity a lot, especially in earlier appearances.

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* MsFanservice: Liked public nudity a lot, especially in earlier appearances. Also, The costumes that she wears are this as well because of the fact that they expose her nice body and long legs.



* ShesGotLegs: Whenever she wears outfit that exposes her legs.

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* ShesGotLegs: Whenever she wears outfit that exposes her long legs.
26th Aug '16 10:20:44 PM MegaJ
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Storm has always played a very prominent role in the world of the X-Men. In her early days after her first appearance she was a major character in the new team of X-Men following the relaunch of the mutant team in 1975. Then perhaps her definitive role was as leader of the X-Men after Professor X went into space with the Starjammers for a time. She led the team through many huge challenges: the Mutant Massacre and ''ComicBook/{{Inferno}}'' to name but two, even through a long period when she had lost her powers. Following the return of Professor X, the X-Men were split into two teams, Gold (led by Storm) and Blue (led by Cyclops). During that period her closest male relationship was with Forge, however that somehow never fully matured and ended with the two breaking up. Following the discovery of Destiny's diaries, Storm led the X-Treme X-Men and then the X.S.E. teams. Storm later married Black Panther and taken on a new leadership role in Wakanda. The marriage lasted a long time, but [[ShipSinking came crashing]] during ''ComicBook/AvengersVsXMen'' in which Storm reluctantly took the mutants' side and caused Namor to flood Wakanda. This act enraged Black Panther that he, being both King AND High Priest of Wakanda, announced divorce even if Storm defected to the Avengers' side afterwards. After Wolverine reopened the X-Mansion in New York, Storm became Headmistress of the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning and lead the first [[AmazonBrigade all-female team]] of X-Men in April 2013. In July 2014, Storm gained her first ongoing self-titled comic, written by Greg Pak.

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Storm has always played a very prominent role in the world of the X-Men. In her early days after her first appearance she was a major character in the new team of X-Men following the relaunch of the mutant team in 1975. Then perhaps her definitive role was as leader of the X-Men after Professor X went into space with the Starjammers for a time. She led the team through many huge challenges: the Mutant Massacre and ''ComicBook/{{Inferno}}'' to name but two, even through a long period when she had lost her powers. Following the return of Professor X, the X-Men were split into two teams, Gold (led by Storm) and Blue (led by Cyclops). During that period her closest male relationship was with Forge, however that somehow never fully matured and ended with the two breaking up. Following the discovery of Destiny's diaries, Storm led the X-Treme X-Men and then the X.S.E. teams. Storm later married Black Panther and taken on a new leadership role in Wakanda. The marriage lasted a long time, but [[ShipSinking came crashing]] during ''ComicBook/AvengersVsXMen'' in which Storm reluctantly took the mutants' side and caused Namor to flood Wakanda. This act enraged Black Panther that he, being both King AND High Priest of Wakanda, announced divorce even if Storm defected to the Avengers' side afterwards. After Wolverine reopened the X-Mansion in New York, Storm became Headmistress of the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning and lead the first [[AmazonBrigade all-female team]] of X-Men [[Comicbook/AdjectivelessXMen X-Men]] in April 2013. In July 2014, Storm gained her first ongoing self-titled comic, written by Greg Pak. \n In 2015, with both Wolverine and Cyclops gone, she leads the whole team again in Comicbook/ExtraordinaryXMen.
8th Aug '16 2:39:15 PM MrNickelodeon
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Storm is one of the most popular and recognizable members of the X-Men as well as one of the most recognizable black superheroes, and one of Marvel's most popular female heroes. She has appeared in virtually every media adaptation featuring the X-Men since the 1980's, including the ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' animated series, the ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom'' video games, and the ''Film/XMen'' live-action movies, where she is portrayed by Creator/HalleBerry. Alexandra Shipp will play a younger version of Storm in ''Apocalypse''.

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Storm is one of the most popular and recognizable members of the X-Men as well as one of the most recognizable black superheroes, and one of Marvel's most popular female heroes. She has appeared in virtually every media adaptation featuring the X-Men since the 1980's, including the ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' animated series, the ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom'' video games, and the ''Film/XMen'' live-action movies, where she is portrayed by Creator/HalleBerry. Alexandra Shipp will play plays a younger version of Storm in ''Apocalypse''.
''Apocalypse''. Storm additionally has an entire ride centered around her (albeit a small-scale one) at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal's Islands of Adventure]], called ''Ride/StormForceAccelatron''.


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* ''Ride/StormForceAccelatron''
8th Jul '16 10:19:21 AM Dvandemon
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* AngstNuke: A particularly beautiful example in her solo title following the aftermath of Wolverine's death because Beast took her into the upper atmosphere to avoid causing any damage. She ends up creating a massive aurora that people all over the world can see.
* AnimalEyes: [[DependingOnTheArtist Occasionally depicted]] with slitted pupils like a cat.


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* BlankWhiteEyes: Sometimes depicted with these full time instead of just when using her powers.
14th Apr '16 3:15:54 PM Omnicron13
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* FullFrontalAssault: During her role as "goddess" protecting African citizens from bandits and raiders, she often attacked foes with lightning bolts while completely naked.

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* FullFrontalAssault: During her role as the "goddess" protecting African citizens from bandits and raiders, she often attacked foes with lightning bolts while completely naked.
14th Apr '16 9:07:24 AM Omnicron13
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* AGodAmI: She has a tendency to refer to herself as a goddess due to her abilities, which ranges from prideful boasting to full on delusions depending on the story.



* FullFrontalAssault: During her role as "goddess" protecting African citizens from bandits and raiders, she often attacked foes with lightning bolts while completely naked.



* GodGuise: In her youth she was worshiped as a rain goddess until Xavier found her. In her 2014 series, the tribespeople admit that they were only humoring her because they needed the rain. They knew all along that she was "just" a crazy girl who could make rain, not a goddess. Storm in the present is rather embarassed by her past behavior.

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* GodGuise: In her youth she was worshiped as a rain goddess until Xavier found her. In her 2014 series, the tribespeople admit that they were only humoring her because they needed the rain. They knew all along that she was "just" a crazy girl who could make rain, not a goddess. Storm in the present is rather embarassed embarrassed by her past behavior.
9th Mar '16 5:12:31 AM fearlessnikki
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* AdaptationalModesty: In the films and cartoons she doesn't have her usual LeotardOfPower from the comics - usually donning a more modest bodysuit. In ''Film/XMenApocalypse'' she shows a bit more skin, but still more modest than the comics.



* AmbiguouslyBrown: As noted below, she's African but has white hair and a blend of African, Caucasian and Asian features. This comes from an early idea to give her features from several different races, to resemble Gaia.



* ButNotTooBlack: Black )possibly biracial - her father was American, her mother Kenyan, but it was never made clear whether or not he was white), variably dark skin, but with white and Asian features, and blue eyes. She was supposed to have features of many races, to resemble Gaia. However, this largely depends on the artist. It's important to mention that this is not due to racism, but rather to late artist Dave Cockrum's intention to make her a "woman of the world".

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* ButNotTooBlack: Black )possibly (possibly biracial - her father was American, her mother Kenyan, but it was never made clear whether or not he was white), variably dark skin, but with white and Asian features, and blue eyes. She was supposed to have features of many races, to resemble Gaia. However, this largely depends on the artist. It's important to mention that this is not due to racism, but rather to late artist Dave Cockrum's intention to make her a "woman of the world".


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* ComicBookMoviesDontUseCodenames: In all adaptations, she seems to be the lone aversion. In cartoons and films, she's called Storm more often than her real name. Presumably because it's less of a mouthful than Ororo.


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* CoolTeacher: In ''WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution'' she's portrayed as such, due to Wolverine and her being the only adults at the institute.
3rd Jan '16 2:18:42 PM DarkPhoenix94
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* ButNotTooBlack: Black, variably dark skin, but with white and Asian features, and blue eyes. She was supposed to have features of many races, to resemble Gaia. However, this largely depends on the artist. It's important to mention that this is not due to racism, but rather to late artist Dave Cockrum's intention to make her a "woman of the world".

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* ButNotTooBlack: Black, Black )possibly biracial - her father was American, her mother Kenyan, but it was never made clear whether or not he was white), variably dark skin, but with white and Asian features, and blue eyes. She was supposed to have features of many races, to resemble Gaia. However, this largely depends on the artist. It's important to mention that this is not due to racism, but rather to late artist Dave Cockrum's intention to make her a "woman of the world".
29th Dec '15 5:05:16 AM Anddrix
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* AndNowYouMustMarryMe / WeCanRuleTogether: No less than five of Storm's long-term enemies, including SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom and '''{{DRACULA}}''', have had designs on making her their queen or consort as part of their villainous master plan.

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* AndNowYouMustMarryMe / WeCanRuleTogether: No less than five of Storm's long-term enemies, including SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom Doctor Doom and '''{{DRACULA}}''', have had designs on making her their queen or consort as part of their villainous master plan.
22nd Dec '15 1:56:17 AM Seraphine
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