19 X-Men Characters Who Need To Have Their Own Movies
We want to highlight more comic book titans like bombshell Jean Grey and mighty Beast, who deserve a chance to tell their stories. We'd want to see Rouge or Mystique feature in a film soon if it were up to the Ranker's Staff. Scroll down and look at the 18 X-Men characters who need to have their own movies.
Source: Marvel StudioThe things that Magneto can do with his powers can easily cripple modern society if he so chooses- not only can he control ferrous metals but electromagnetic energy as well, allowing him to detonate electromagnetic pulses that can destroy technology
Source: Marvel StudioGambit is perhaps the most popular character in the comic world. Several things make him stand out among the rest, including his mutant power, hypnotic charm, and exceptional culinary skills. His role in the 1992 TV series had a major impact on his popularity
Source: Marvel StudioShe is able to control the weather and atmosphere and is considered to be one of the most powerful mutants on the planet.
Source: Marvel StudioNightcrawler possesses superhuman agility, the ability to teleport, and adhesive hands and feet. His physical mutations include indigo-colored velvety fur which allows him to become nearly invisible in shadows, two-toed feet, and three-fingered hands, yellow eyes, pointed ears and a prehensile tail.
Source: Marvel StudioRogue has done a lot of good as a hero, literally saving the day numerous times and doing a number of things that make her easy to love as a character. But her time as a villain and even some of her choices as a hero can make readers very angry at her for her actions.
6. Scarlet Witch
Source: Marvel StudioWanda is possibly the most powerful mutant in the MCU. Wanda possesses the incredible power of Chaos Magic. Wanda's power can warp reality and existence and bring total destruction to the cosmos.
Source: Marvel StudioCable has both telepathic and telekinetic abilities; in other words, he can read minds and move objects by simply using his mind. He can also manipulate the thoughts and bodily functions of others, even from vast distances. If he chooses, he has the ability to disassemble objects or form defensive force fields.
Source: Marvel StudioX-23 has been able to reattach limbs, since each part of her heals so quickly together. X-23 is undoubtedly more refined and more ruthless than Wolverine ever was. She is unnaturally skilled in hand to hand combat.
9. Jean Grey
Source: Marvel StudioJean Grey is one of the most powerful mutants on the planet, her telekinetic skills making her a rare Omega class mutant. Jean has spent years mastering both her telekinetic and telepathic skills and this mastery has made her one of the world's most formidable mutants. It was never easy but she never gave up.
Source: Marvel StudioMystique organized the third incarnation of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, which originally consisted of herself, Avalanche, the Blob, Destiny, and Pyro. Mystique named her group after the original Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, an organization founded by Magneto.
Source: Marvel StudioIf you ask any comic book fan who their favorite hero is, you'll probably get a list that includes Batman, Spider-Man, Superman, Wolverine, and a slew of other superheroes. Don't get me wrong: I enjoy the big names just as much as the next guy, but my favorite hero is and always will be a specific Russian mutant known as Colossus.
12. Professor X
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In battle, X-Men will follow Xavier to the ends of the world and follow his every command because he has earned their trust. Some members of the X-Men have become great leaders because they learned from Professor X, and he has created more great heroes than any other teacher.
Source: Marvel StudioIceman can use his mutant ability to control moisture, such as to freeze any air moisture into super-hard ice. This ice can be formed into any object of his choosing: the only limitations are his own imagination and the ambient air temperature, which determines how long his ice sculpture will stay icy.
Source: Marvel StudioQuicksilver has the superhuman ability to move at great speeds. In most depictions, he is a mutant, a human born with innate superhuman powers. In comic book stories beginning in 2015, he is the product of genetic experimentation by the High Evolutionary.
Source: Marvel StudioCyclops is a member of a subspecies of humans known as mutants, who are born with superhuman abilities. Cyclops emits powerful beams of energy from his eyes, and can only control the beams with the aid of special eyewear which he must wear at all times.
Source: Marvel StudioBeast. A founding member of the X-Men, the Beast might have been just about the last mutant you would ever imagine joining the Avengers, particularly in 1976. Beast joined the X-Men right after Marvel tried to integrate Hank McCoy into its family of horror titles.
17. Kitty Pryde
Source: Marvel StudioBesides being a surrogate for younger readers, Kitty Pryde has been a role model and representative for people who at the time didn't necessarily see a lot of themselves in comic books. The first aspect is Kitty's Jewish background, of which she is enormously proud.
Source: Marvel StudioCreated by writer Allan Heinberg and artist Jim Cheung, Bishop first appeared in Young Avengers #1 (April 2005). She is the third character and first female to take the Hawkeye name, after Clint Barton of the Avengers and Wyatt McDonald of the Squadron Supreme.