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Formatting the biography sections on character pages

Hi all!

As Dark Phoenix draws closer, the wiki will have a surge of contributors adding content to pages. Before this happens, I'd like to inform everyone of my idea to change how we format the biography sections on character pages.

Currently, the biography section is organised under film headings. Due to the non-linear approach of the films, I propose we change it to something similar to the way the Marvel Cinematic Universe Wiki formats their character biographies. Here's a good example: https://marvelcinematicuniverse.wikia.com/wiki/Scarlet_Witch

To implement this change, I will be temporarily locking the pages of characters whose biography sections are being re-formatted. Since I'll be working on them individually, only expect one page to be locked at a time. Everything else will remain unlocked for users to edit.

Since Dark Phoenix is the next film to be released, I will give priority to the characters starring in that film. Jean Grey will be the first character whose page will be re-formatted, so it will be locked temporarily.

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• 11/25/2018
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• 11/22/2018

Mutant powers

what is a mutant with the power of synergy and what can they do?


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• 11/10/2018

Hellfire TV Series

I know the Hellfire TV series was cancelled. To me it is unfortunate because it would be so cool to have a TV show about these characters. Since its cancellation I had been having epiphanies about how a TV series about the Hellfire Club, had it ever happened, would work and how it could be integrated in the X-Men movie world (and possibly TV series like Legion and The Gifted as well).

The plot would have been set in the 1950's, being a sort of prequel to X-Men: First Class and The Gifted. The seasons would pass through time as they show the evolution of the Hellfire Club since its conception until the point when the Club resembles the one we see in First Class. Season 1 would be set in 1950, season 2 would be in 1953, season 3 in 1956 and season 4 in 1959.

The characters season one would be Sebastian Shaw (the main character and founder of the club), Harry Leland (the close friend of Shaw), Shinobi Shaw (Sebastian's young son), Lourdes Chantel (Shaw's wife), Magneto (Shaw's former experiment and enemy), Azazel and Riptide (these last two will be introduced mid-season). The season would also feature Steven Lang, which would be the series version of The Gifted's Jace Turner, and he will be one of the first "government guys" to find out about mutants. Magneto won't have a lasting appearance, only appearing once every three episodes to emphasize his hatred for Shaw, but never fighting the Hellfire Club face to face. Charles Xavier and Mystique could make a cameo in this season. The plot would revolve over Sebastian Shaw's estabilishment to the United States, after the end of WWII, and develops a gambling and drinking site, that becomes the core of his new Hellfire Club.

Season Two would be set three years after. It would feature the Upstarts, a mutant group which would be an antagonist to the Hellfire Club, calling themselves "mutants". The group contains Fabian Cortez as the leader, Siena Blaze and the von Struckers. The von Struckers would later join the Hellfire Club and become recurrent members. A young Otto Strucker could appear. Magneto will passively ally with the Upstarts to take down the Club, but never makes it. A cameo of Ms. Maximoff could appear. Lourdes Chantel could die in the series final, and could also cameo Sabretooth in the final post-credits scene.

Season Three would be set in 1956. Shinobi Shaw would become more angry with his dad and will eventually rebel against him, becoming the leader of the Upstarts. Shaw eventually defeats the Upstarts, which are allied with Creed Financial (which is leaded by Sabretooth, and secretly funds mutant slavery), and abandons his son in a mental hospital. Magneto ends up allying with Steven Lang, which is secretly working for Trask and Stryker (which could cameo) and recently confirmed the existence of mutants and plan the highly anticipated Sentinel Program. Magneto nearly finds and defeats Shaw, but it finds out it was just an illusion, made by Emma Frost, which seems to be working in the shadows with no knowledge of anyone, not even the Hellfire Club. Shaw becomes terrified of all the work he has to do to maintain the Club and resigns his title of leader and hands it over to Mr.Dane, a businessman, and former pilot, which is given the opportunity to control the finances of the Club and lead it.

Season Four is set in 1959. Shaw becomes aware that the Club was having loads of attention, and he joins himself with Leland, Azazel, Riptide and the von Struckers to kick Mr.Dane out of the leadership and hand it over to Shaw again. After Leland and the von Struckers find Erik Lehnsherr, a large fight ensues between them, and Leland is accidentally killed. The von Struckers return and tell Shaw the bad news, as they are introduced to new member, Emma Frost. Shaw ends up promising to kill Erik, but before he can, Shaw becomes emotionally tied to Emma Frost and both fall in love. Shaw expresses his desire to create a helmet that can protect his mind from the telepathic abbilities of Frost, designing it and sending it to a secret Russian scientific division. To locate Erik, Frost secretly infiltrates the CIA and uses the recently-made Cerebro (Beast and Moira Mactaggert could make cameos). When Shaw finds Erik, all the other Hellfire Club members prepare to kill Erik off guard, but Shaw dismisses the idea, as he always loved him as a sort of son. Shaw walks away and prepares his plans to create a homeland for his mutant brothers and sisters. In anyway, the von Struckers approach Magneto and attempt to convince him to join the Club, but Erik admits he never saw them in his life, which confuses the Struckers. The von Struckers find out that Emma Frost brainwashed Erik, and removed his memories of any involvement with Sebastian Shaw, except the death of his mother. Terrified, the von Struckers abandon the Club and make justice with their own hands. In a final post-credits scene, it is revealed that Emma Frost telepathically forced Shaw not to kill Erik and she was the one who comvinced him to make him fall in love for her and she was the one who placed Shaw's idea of world domination (in a cool final twist).

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• 10/29/2018

When is Riptide coming back?

Background info: I discovered six villains in 2012 and waited for them to get a final fate (that's always a big deal for me). Two were Riptide and Azazel, who disappeared between First Class and the first film, despite being Magneto's first minions, and I was curious as to why.

Days of Future Past reveals that Azazel, Emma, Angel, and Banshee were experimented on and killed by Trask, leaving us to assume the same happened to Riptide. Riddle solved.

Except we never saw Riptide's body, nor did Magneto state he was dead, so they COULD come up with an alternate explanation as to why he disappeared, say he left (lost the will to fight when Azazel died? I ship them) or was imprisoned by someone else introduced in the new film.

Of course, Dark Phoenix is shaky continuity-wise due to age inconsistencies with Charles and Magneto. But will other films fit into canon and say Riptide's alive?

Or will they just forget him on account of being less significant and we still assume Trask killed him with the others?

I'd be inclined to think the latter, but of my other "Mystery Six", two are still alive and likely to stay that way, and the two that died onscreen may be coming back to life permanently, one due to necromancy and the other (no pun intended coz his name is The Other) due to time travel, which recent evidence regarding Guardians 3 suggests will happen even though Spiderman: Homecoming and Civil War will remain intact.

That being said, pretty sure they're gonna retcon Riptide's apparent death to make it a full set (except Azazel, we saw his body, only time travel to before Trask's activities can revive him, and that's unlikely to be done unless they outright retcon Logan or do Deadpool 3). It's all a matter of when. New Mutants? Gambit? What do you think?

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• 10/16/2018

What if the X-Men universe was the MCU?

Iron Man - Cyclops

The Incredible Hulk - The Incredible Beast

Iron Man 2 - Cyclops 2

Thor - Storm

Captain America: The First Avenger - Wolverine: The First X-Men

The Avengers - The X-Men

Iron Man 3 - Cyclops 3

Thor: The Dark World - Storm: The Morlocks

Captain America: The Winter Soldier - Wolverine: The Sabretooth

Guardians of the Galaxy - The New Mutants

Avengers: Age of Ultron - X-Men: Age of Sentinels

Ant-Man - Deadpool

Captain America: Civil War - Wolverine: The Last Stand

Doctor Strange - Gambit

Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2 - The New Mutants vol. 2

Spider Man: Homecoming - Quicksilver: Homecoming

Thor: Ragnarok - Storm: Armaggedon

Black Panther - Nightcrawler

Avengers: Infinity War - X-Men: Apocalypse

Ant-Man and the Wasp - Deadpool and Cable

Captain Marvel - Dark Phoenix

Avengers 4 - X-Men: Days of Future Past

Spider-Man: Far from Home - Quicksilver: Far from Home

Want to see your thougts.

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• 9/27/2018


They are right to fear me...

They are wrong if they think they can stop me.


Dark Phoenix | Official Trailer [HD] | 20th Century FOX
Dark Phoenix | Official Trailer [HD] | 20th Century FOX YouTube
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• 9/15/2018

Continuity Errors

I don't know if anyone else has noticed this continuity error, but I have. In the beginning of The Last Stand, we see Magneto and a WALKING Professor X visiting a child Jean Grey in 1986. Not only was Professor X paralyzed before that in 1961, but Jean Grey was shown to be a teenager in 1983 in X-Men: Apocalypse. One could argue that Professor X used the serum for his spine, but that's not possible, as he still had his powers and was communicating with Jean Grey telepathically. And I understand Days of Future Past fixed the timeline after 1973, but did it really change the year Jean Grey was born in?
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• 8/24/2018
Misconception of X-Men: Days of Future Past (Part 1 of 3)
Misconception of X-Men: Days of Future Past (Part 1 of 3) YouTube
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• 7/26/2018

Favorite movie and order of them?

Which is your favorite X-Men movie, and can you rank them all from favorite to least favorite?

Origins is now "canon" in some way, at the very least in a separate universe accessible by Deadpool, and while I'm ignoring Logan, I'll list both anyway.

1. Deadpool (though it feels like it's not in the same universe, we've decided it is. I don't care for the excessive mature content but the comedy balances it out)

2. X-Men: Apocalypse - As I noted on its page, it feels the most like a MCU movie.

3. X-Men: First Class

4. Deadpool 2

5. X-Men: Days of Future Past

6. X-Men

7. The Wolverine

8. X2

9. X-Men Origins: Wolverine

10. X-Men: The Last Stand

11. Logan - Its dark ending leaves me with a really negative feeling, and defeated the whole purpose of Days of Future Past
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• 6/9/2018

Top 5

Who are your favourite top 5 characters in the movies?

1. Jean Grey
3. Psylocke
4. Emma frost
5. Logan
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• 6/9/2018

Dark Phoenix

Who else hopes that jean survives and instead of being taken over by the dark Phoenix like in the last stand she learns to control it in the movie and becomes the good Phoenix?
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• 5/28/2018

Where to start with comics?

I love both movies and want to start reading the comics. Where do I start? Is the style the same in terms of jokes and everything?
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• 5/25/2018

Deadpool 3

Deadpool gave us a standalone origin story, Deadpool 2 dived deeper into the X-Men world that Deadpool lives in ... so what do people want from Deadpool 3? Assuming that there is a Deadpool 3, of course ...
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• 5/25/2018

All the Deadpool 2 cameos, references, and Easter Eggs

Deadpool 2 has been out for about a week now, and anyone who has seen it knows there are a ton of cameos, references, and Easter Eggs. Checked out FANDOM's guide to all of them! Was there any we missed?

‘Deadpool 2’ Easter Eggs and Surprises UPDATED With Amazing A-List Cameo
‘Deadpool 2’ Easter Eggs and Surprises UPDATED With Amazing A-List Cameo FANDOM
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• 5/16/2018

FANDOM review of Deadpool 2

Check out FANDOM's review of Deadpool 2 -- but beware because there might be spoilers!

For those brave enough to read and have seen the movie; what are your thoughts? Do you agree with our review, or are we way off?
‘Deadpool 2’ Review: Delivers Fewer Laughs and a Fractured Plot Light on Threat
‘Deadpool 2’ Review: Delivers Fewer Laughs and a Fractured Plot Light on Threat FANDOM
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• 5/10/2018

Is Deadpool canon?

I know this has been a subject of debate and I'd like this 100% cleared up

Is Deadpool canon to the other X-Men films?

I know it's meant to feel detached from the others, but is it actually in continuity without directly referencing it (beyond Deadpool's mention of "McAvoy or Stewart" as Charles Xavier).

The articles seem to treat them as canon with Deadpool characters being listed in "Revised timeline" (unless that changed since the last time I visited here). But, MLP Wiki also treats the comics as canon even though they directly conflicted with the show in Season 7.

Obviously Colossus was depicted differently than in the original timeline. But, I haven't seen Days of Future Past in a while, is Colossus shown in the good future as he was in the original timeline? If so that could be conclusive proof of its non-canonocity.

So, I'd like a clear answer. Do I treat it as part of the X-Men film universe (does it have an official name?) or do I treat it as its own film that's probably more fun than any of them? (I said "non-canon" before but if it's not in continuity with the others I'd prefer to think "in its own continuity")
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• 5/4/2018

Got a question for Josh Brolin? Let us know!

Hi everyone! FANDOM will soon have the chance to talk to Josh Brolin! We're looking to source some questions from the community, so if you have any questions for Cable himself, then let us know!

Please note there are no guarantees that a question will be used, but we will feature some community questions during the interview.
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• 4/22/2018

avengers vs x men movie

Do you think we will see a film adaptation in the years to come?
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• 2/11/2018

X-Men TV Shows

Why did we delete them I know creators said that they don’t supposedly exist in the exact same universe as the films but they are not totally unconnected. I’m just curious
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