Place of Birth
Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California
Uncanny X-Men #244 (1989)
Generation X #24 (1997)
After Generation X disbanded, Jubilee returned home to try an acting career, which was ultimately short-lived due to an unscrupulous agent exploiting her. Jubilee then briefly joined her former headmaster Banshee's paramilitary X-Corps. After that team was dissolved, Jubilee was one of several mutants captured by the mutant-hating Church of Humanity, who crucified them on the grounds of the Xavier Institute. Jubilee was one of the few to survive, thanks to the X-Man Archangel's newfound healing ability, and she rejoined the X-Men, adventuring with them against the threat of Nightcrawler's father, Azazel.
When Cyclops and Emma Frost took on the shared duty of headmaster of the Institute, the X-Men were restructured into three teams, and Jubilee was taken off the active roster. She went home to live with her Aunt Hope and returned to school, becoming a student counselor before being caught up in her Aunt's secret life as a spy. Soon after, Jubilee returned to the Institute.
Jubilee was depowered due to the events of "M-Day". Shortly afterwards, she was interviewed by Sally Floyd as part of her Ex Mutant Diary series. She then got a job working at a half-way house of sorts for fellow depowered mutants. While at her stay working at the clinic, Wolverine bumped into her. In a matter of seconds, Omega Red broke into the facility and took Jubilee as a hostage. She was gravely wounded when the building she was held in exploded, as a steel beam fell into her abdomen. Without hesitation, Logan surrendered himself over to S.H.I.E.L.D. custody as a bargain with them to save her life.Jubilee has been under the new codename of Wondra, acting as the field leader for the renegade New Warriors that are opposed to hero registration. Even though she lost her mutant powers, Jubilation Lee brandishes gauntlets on her arms that give her incredible superhuman strength, as well as tech devices that give her flight and limited invulnerability. It is unknown why she chose this as her primary power set, but it has been stated that she is the team's strongest member. Directly under Night Thrasher, although at times against his actions and opinions, Jubilee commands her fellow teammates with a serious yet compassionate tone. Since joining the group, she has used her newfound tech powers and leadership skills to help the team overcome various wanted criminals and even an invasion of Skrulls. During a raid on a group of wanted criminals known as the Dread Dealers, the New Warriors were thwarted by a group of officers under direct orders from Tony Stark. Their mission was to force the New Warriors to either give up their superheroics peacefully or through arrest. After the death of two of Jubilee's teammates during the confrontation, she reluctantly followed Night Thrasher and her surviving allies into a dystopian future through time travel. Police Detective Beverly Sykes also managed to travel with them through time, in order to place them under arrest. Jubilee, her teammates, and Detective Sykes joined forces with an alternate future version of Tony Stark, to stop an alternate Night Thrasher from keeping that world's heroes in the nth dimension. Upon their arrival back to the present, Jubilee and her fellow New Warriors disbanded the team. Night Thrasher allowed each team member to keep their power suits as not only a token of his appreciation, but also in case they would one day need to individually call upon their tech-enhanced abilities.