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* SuperheroSchoolSuperheroSchool: Run by the X-Men's resident badass.


''Wolverine and the X-Men'' is an ongoing Marvel comic series, written by Jason Aaron, that began in 2011, running for 42 issues (December, 2011-April, 2014).

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''Wolverine and the X-Men'' is an ongoing a Marvel comic series, written by Jason Aaron, that began in 2011, running for 42 issues (December, 2011-April, 2014).


''Wolverine and the X-Men'' is an ongoing Marvel comic series, written by Jason Aaron, that began in 2011, running for 42 issues (December, 2011-April, 2014). It loosely mimics the concept of the [[WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen animated series of the same name.]]

After the events of Schism tore Wolverine and Cyclops apart, Wolverine left the mutant island of Utopia to return to the ruins of the school in Westchester. Taking several of the X-Men with him to act as teachers for new students, Wolverine rebuilt the school, with himself and Kitty Pryde as the heads. He named it The Jean Grey School for Higher Learning, as both a homage to (the yet again deceased) Jean Grey as well as a huge middle finger to Scott Summers.

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''Wolverine and the X-Men'' is an ongoing Marvel comic series, written by Jason Aaron, that began in 2011, running for 42 issues (December, 2011-April, 2014). It loosely mimics the concept of the [[WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen animated series of the same name.]]

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After the events of Schism ''Schism'' tore Wolverine and Cyclops apart, Wolverine left the mutant island of Utopia to return to the ruins of the school in Westchester. Taking several of the X-Men with him to act as teachers for new students, Wolverine rebuilt the school, with himself and Kitty Pryde as the heads. He named it The Jean Grey School for Higher Learning, as both a homage to (the yet again deceased) Jean Grey as well as a huge middle finger to Scott Summers.



* Quentin Quire (Kid Omega): A [[{{telepathy}} telepathic]] [[MindOverMatter (and occasionally telekinetic)]] little shit with a very well HiddenHeartOfGold.

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* Quentin Quire (Kid Omega): A [[{{telepathy}} telepathic]] [[MindOverMatter (and occasionally telekinetic)]] little shit with a very well HiddenHeartOfGold. He's also responsible for kicking off the actual Schism.



* Iara Dos Santos (Shark Girl): An IneffectualLoner from Brazil who, as her name suggests, is a wereshark
* Trevor Hawkins (Eye Boy): Woke up one day [[{{BlessedWithSuck}} covered in eyes]], which he [[{{TheEeyore}} wasn't particularly impressed by either]]
* Jia Jing (Sprite): A girl from Beijing with crystal skin and [[{{WingedHumanoid}} wings]]

Kade Killgore, a psychopathic 12 year old, leads the newly revitalized Hellfire Club, and is the main villain of the series. Basically everything that happens ever is his fault (with the exception of ''Avengers vs. X-Men'', as far as we know anyway).

The first series ended, replaced by a new series with the same name in March of 2014. The second series will end in December 2014 and rebooted as ''ComicBook/SpiderMan and the X-Men'', in which Peter Parker is asked to join the Jean Grey School as councilor as one of Wolverine's last wishes following his death.

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* Iara Dos Santos (Shark Girl): An IneffectualLoner from Brazil who, as her name suggests, is a wereshark
wereshark.
* Trevor Hawkins (Eye Boy): Woke up one day [[{{BlessedWithSuck}} covered in eyes]], which he [[{{TheEeyore}} wasn't particularly impressed by either]]
either]].
* Jia Jing (Sprite): A girl from Beijing with crystal skin and [[{{WingedHumanoid}} wings]]

wings]].

Kade Killgore, a psychopathic 12 year old, leads the newly revitalized Hellfire Club, Club (who are also largely children), and is the main villain of the series. Basically everything that happens ever is his fault (with the exception of ''Avengers vs. X-Men'', as far as we know anyway).

X-Men'').

The first series ended, replaced by a new series with the same name in March of 2014. The second series will end ended in December 2014 and rebooted relaunched as ''ComicBook/SpiderMan and the X-Men'', in which Peter Parker is asked to join the Jean Grey School as councilor as one of Wolverine's last wishes following his death.



* AcademyOfEvil: The Hellfire Academy

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* AcademyOfEvil: The Hellfire AcademyAcademy, with Headmaster Sabretooth to make it clear.


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* SequelSeries: The series is basically the next step in Wolverine's ''very long'' character arc by Jason Aaron, where he's attempting to genuinely be a good person after the events of his solo ongoing.


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* ArtifactOfDoom: The Siege Perilous has been retconned into an always full size magic mirror that transforms people that pass through for vaguely implied sinister reasons. Very unlike the supernatural form of witness protection it first appeared as.


* GenreSavvy: Quentin.
** "You act like you've never been trapped in a prehistoric jungle before. Learn your history. It's practically an X-Men Rite of passage."
** "Look around, Jean Grey. This is the X-Men. If there's one thing we do more often than time travel and come back from the dead... it's randomly hook up with each other."
** "Have you ever heard of a super hero wedding that wasn't crashed by aliens or... I don't know... six-breasted, two-headed, Amazon women wearing nothing but thongs?" (Technically not from this series, but a good example nonetheless)


* Quentin Quire (Kid Omega): A [[{{telepathy}} telepathic]] little shit with a HiddenHeartOfGold
* Evan Sabahnur (Genesis): A [[{{ClonesArePeopleToo}} clone]] of the supervillain Apocalypse, and innocent FarmBoy
* Idie Okonkwo (Oya): A [[{{StepfordSmiler}}seemingly innocent]] girl from Nigeria with the ability to control temperature
* Broo: An InnocentProdigy, and part of the usually mindless parasitic [[{{InsectoidAliens}} Brood race]]
* Kubark (Kid Gladiator): [[{{HumanoidAliens}} Shi'ar]] Prince, son of Gladiator, and [[{{UnskilledButStrong}} admitted punch-aholic]]

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* Quentin Quire (Kid Omega): A [[{{telepathy}} telepathic]] [[MindOverMatter (and occasionally telekinetic)]] little shit with a HiddenHeartOfGold
very well HiddenHeartOfGold.
* Evan Sabahnur (Genesis): A [[{{ClonesArePeopleToo}} clone]] of the supervillain Apocalypse, and innocent FarmBoy
FarmBoy.
* Idie Okonkwo (Oya): A [[{{StepfordSmiler}}seemingly innocent]] girl from Nigeria with the ability to control temperature
temperature.
* Broo: An InnocentProdigy, and part of the usually mindless parasitic [[{{InsectoidAliens}} Brood race]]
race]].
* Kubark (Kid Gladiator): [[{{HumanoidAliens}} Shi'ar]] Prince, son of Gladiator, and [[{{UnskilledButStrong}} admitted punch-aholic]]punch-aholic]].


'''''Wolverine and the X-Men''''' is an ongoing Marvel comic series, written by Jason Aaron, that began in 2011, running for 42 issues (December, 2011-April, 2014). It loosely mimics the concept of the [[WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen animated series of the same name.]]

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'''''Wolverine ''Wolverine and the X-Men''''' X-Men'' is an ongoing Marvel comic series, written by Jason Aaron, that began in 2011, running for 42 issues (December, 2011-April, 2014). It loosely mimics the concept of the [[WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen animated series of the same name.]]

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* EnfantTerrible: The Hellfire Club has had a recent hostile takeover by a group of sociopathic child geniuses that manipulated the Schism into happening and are trying their best to destroy the school.


* AcademyOfAdventure: The series in a nuthsell.

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* AcademyOfAdventure: The series in a nuthsell.nutshell.


* CallBack: Quentin Quire, while attacking the New Charles Xavier School with telepathic WolverineClaws, says he's the best he is at what he does, [[Comicbook/NewXMen "Isn't it oh so pretty?"]]; his BlackBugRoom even showed up before that. He does it wearing [[FunTShirt a shirt]] depicting Wolverine in his [[PaperThinDisguise Patch disguise]] that says [[ComicBook/AvengersVsXMen Cyclops was right]].



** Carrying over from the one set up in [[ComicBook/XForce X-Force]] Evan looks into a magic mirror that shows his desires and he's a pastiche of Superman, complete with a shout out to his first appearance in Action Comics.
** Idie's updo has been explicitly described in character design notes as being inspired by [[Music/JanelleMonae Janelle Monae]].

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** Carrying over from the one set up in [[ComicBook/XForce X-Force]] Evan looks into a magic mirror that shows his desires for the future and he's a pastiche of Superman, complete with a shout out to his first appearance in Action Comics.
** FutureBadass Idie's updo has been explicitly described in character design notes as being inspired by [[Music/JanelleMonae Janelle Monae]].Monae]].
** Design notes refer to Evan in his BadFuture Apocalypse persona as [[Music/TupacShakur 2Pacalypse]].

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* FunTShirt: Quentin Quire wears them on occassion.


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** Carrying over from the one set up in [[ComicBook/XForce X-Force]] Evan looks into a magic mirror that shows his desires and he's a pastiche of Superman, complete with a shout out to his first appearance in Action Comics.
** Idie's updo has been explicitly described in character design notes as being inspired by [[Music/JanelleMonae Janelle Monae]].
** Quentin has a few in the [[FunTShirt funny t-shirts]] he wears. Mostly in pun-form.

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* ReadingsBlewUpTheScale: In a space casino some suspicious employees try and get a read off Quentin with a telepath detecting worm. The readings off the [[SuperWeight omega-level]] telepath makes it soil itself before dying.


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* TheMindIsAPlaythingOfTheBody: Husk's secondary mutation makes her mentally unstable at first, because now her mind changes along with her physical body. She learns to exploit this near the end where she husks away her sad feelings over being stood up by Toad while counseling.

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*LaserBlade: Following his resurrection in 2012, Angel gained new energy powers. In issue #20 (January, 2013), he manifests an energy sword and has a brief SwordFight with the second Silver Samurai. He bests his opponent.


'''''Wolverine and the X-Men''''' is an ongoing Marvel comic series, written by Jason Aaron, that began in 2011, running for 42 issues. It loosely mimics the concept of the [[WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen animated series of the same name.]]

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'''''Wolverine and the X-Men''''' is an ongoing Marvel comic series, written by Jason Aaron, that began in 2011, running for 42 issues.issues (December, 2011-April, 2014). It loosely mimics the concept of the [[WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen animated series of the same name.]]

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