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OHOTMU:Data Corrections Teams 2005

OHOTMU:Data Corrections Teams 2005

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Teams 2005

Alpha Flight

  • Persuasion should have been listed as a former member.
  • Manikin should have been listed as a member…Thanks to Robbert Graner for highlighting this omission.

    Big Hero Six

  • The information about the origin of the team's Sunpyre (as opposed to the deceased Sunpyre who was related to Sunfire) as an extra-dimensional being brought to Earth-616 through Honey Lemon's Power Purse, which has not yet been shown in another comic, was supplied by the character's creator, Scott Lobdell, and is new information.

    Brotherhood

  • Silver Sabre should, of course, be Super Sabre.
  • Freedom Force went to retrieve Reinhold Kurtzmann, not Harvey Kurtzman.
  • Toad was not part of the Brotherhood during the adventure with Alpha the Ultimate MutantThanks to Lia Brown for pointing this out.

    Defenders

  • Daredevil should have been listed as a member…Thanks to Robbert Graner for highlighting this omission.

    Excalibur

  • Cerise and Widget should be listed amongst former members.

    Force Works

  • In the second paragraph instead of saying "Wonder Man seemingly died ending the threat", it should have said "Wonder Man died ending the threat" since he actually died until he was resurrected.

    First Line

  • Effigy should be listed as a former member…Thanks to Rayeye for highlighting this omission.

    Imperial Guard

  • Binder, Chakar, Kwill, Voltor and Star-Lord should have been listed as members…Thanks to Rayeye for highlighting this omission.

    New Mutants

  • There were several individuals who associated with the New Mutants without it being clearly defined at the time whether they were allies or team members. When these individuals were presented to the editors and a ruling sought as to who was and wasn't a member of the New Mutants, the decision was that any Xavier's student at that time was either an X-Man or a New Mutant; this definition made both Artie Maddicks and Leech members of the New Mutants. This definition left Bird-Brain, one of their associates off the team list when the Handbook went to print. However, the Official Handbook Update '89 lists him as a member, so his omission was in error.
  • Copycat is somewhat of a gray area. She was with the New Mutants in their final days prior to becoming X-Force, but only while posing as Domino. Copycat herself wouldn't be considered a member or ally by anyone. Her founder status in their successors, X-Force, got her listed in that team as a member (albeit with qualifiers), but she wasn't a member of the New Mutants.
  • New Mutants bibliography under Significant Issues "battled Reavers (NEW MUTANTS #5-6, 2003)" should've been placed before "new team formed (NEW X-MEN: ACADEMY X #2, 2004)", and it should've read "new students battled Reavers" to make more sense given that it was before the team was finalized.

    Runaways

  • Bruiser's real name is, of course, Molly Hayes and not Molly Chase as listed in the entry.

    Thunderbolts

  • The Thunderbolts profile refers to the Ogre as a mutant. Though he was a member of Factor Three, a mutant supremacy group, the Ogre is not a mutant, something he mentions in his debut appearance in X-MEN #28.

    X-Men

  • The writer was asked by editorial to provide as complete a roster for the team as possible. The prime definition to be considered a member of the team was that they had been recruited by an active team member (generally one of the X-Men leaders). This meant including a number of individuals with only a brief association to the X-Men team, such as the "Muir Island X-Men"; however space restraints meant all the differing categories of X-Men were put in one listing, which has caused confusion amongst some readers. To clarify things, the profile's writer has provided a breakdown showing who belonged to what group and (for the shorter lived incarnations of the team) where those sub-groups appeared.
    CURRENT MEMBERS

    Archangel/Angel (Warren Worthington III), Beast (Henry McCoy), Bishop (Lucas Bishop), Colossus (Piotr Rasputin), Cyclops (Scott Summers), Gambit (Remy LeBeau), Havok (Alex Summers), Husk (Paige Guthrie), Iceman (Robert Drake), Lockheed, Marvel Girl/Phoenix (Rachel Grey/Summers), Nightcrawler (Kurt Wagner), Polaris (Lorna Dane), Psylocke (Elisabeth Braddock), Shadowcat/Sprite/Ariel (Kitty Pryde), Rogue (Anna Marie), Storm (Ororo Munroe), White Queen (Emma Frost), Wolverine (James Howlett)

    FORMER MEMBERS

    Banshee (Sean Cassidy), Cable (Nathan Summers), Cannonball (Sam Guthrie), Chamber (Jono Starsmore), Changeling (Kevin Sidney), Dark Beast (Henry McCoy - member by long-term impersonation, real identity never sanctioned as a member), Dazzler (Alison Blaire), Forge, Joseph, Jubilee (Jubilation Lee), Juggernaut (Cain Marko), Lifeguard (Heather Cameron), Longshot, Maggott (Japheth), Magneto (Magnus), Marrow (Sarah), Marvel Girl/Phoenix (Jean Grey-Summers), Mimic (Calvin Rankin), Moonstar (Dani Moonstar), Northstar (Jean-Paul Beaubier), Phoenix Force, Professor X (Charles Xavier), Revanche (Kwannon), Cecilia Reyes, Sage (Tessa), Slipstream (Davis Cameron), Stacy X (Miranda Leevald), Sunfire (Shiro Yoshida), Thunderbird (John Proudstar), Thunderbird (Neal Shaara), Wolverine imposter (member by long-term impersonation, real identity never sanctioned as a member), Xorn (Kuan-Yin Xorn), Xorn (Shen Xorn)

    Street Team X-Men

    (NEW X-MEN #149-150, 2004): Beak (Barnell Bohusk), Cyclops, Dust (Sooraya Qadir), E.V.A., Fantomex, Forearm, Irina, Longneck, Stepford Cuckoos (Phoebe, Celeste & Mindee)

    • [NOTE] - Forearm (not the former Mutant Liberation Front member) and Longneck of the "Street Team" X-Men were not named in that story, but rather than list them as "unnamed member with long neck, etc", Senior X-Men Editor Mike Marts approved their being naming herein.
    Genoshan Interim X-Men

    (UNCANNY X-MEN #392-393/X-MEN #112-113, 2001): Joanna Cargill, Dazzler, Northstar, Omerta (Paulie Provenzano), Phoenix (Jean), Sunpyre (Leyu Yoshida), Wraith (Hector Rendoza)

    Astonishing X-Men

    (ASTONISHING X-MEN #1-3, 1999): Archangel, Cable, Cyclops, Phoenix (Jean), Wolverine imposter, X-Man (Nate Grey)

    Phalanx Covenant X-Men

    (UNCANNY X-MEN #316-317/X-MEN #36-37, 1994): Banshee, Jubilee, Sabretooth (Victor Creed), White Queen (Emma Frost)

    Muir Island X-Men

    (UNCANNY X-MEN #254-255, 1989): Banshee, Tom Corsi, Forge, Sharon Friedlander, Legion (David Haller), Madrox the Multiple Man, Moira MacTaggart, Amanda Sefton, Siryn, Alysande Stuart, Sunder

    New Mutant Graduate X-Men

    (UNCANNY X-MEN Annual #10, 1986): Cannonball, Cypher (Doug Ramsey), Karma (Xi’an Coy Manh), Magik (Illyana Rasputin), Magma (Amara Aquilla), Mirage (Dani Moonstar), Sunspot (Roberto da Costa), Warlock, Wolfsbane (Rahne Sinclair)

  • Both Archangel and Husk are still considered current members of the X-Men, not former. When the profile was written, they appeared to have left to join the new Excalibur in Genosha; however EXCALIBUR #13 stated both remained members (if somewhat inactive / long distance) of the X-Men too.
  • While they did not appear in UNCANNY X-MEN #254-255, the OFFICIAL INDEX TO THE X-MEN #5 states that Siryn and Madrox were part of the "Muir Island X-Men", joining them in UNCANNY X-MEN Annual #15. Though the "Muir Island" team appeared to disband at the end of UNCANNY X-MEN #255 and the group in the Annual are referred to simply as the "Islanders" (e.g. residents of Muir Island, whose numbers just happen to overlap the "Muir Island X-Men"), the Index is a canonical source and there is nothing in the relevant issues which contradicts what it says; hence, we have to conclude the "Muir Island X-Men" remained active / temporarily reformed, and add Madrox the Multiple Man and Siryn to the list of members.

    X-Factor

  • Iceman (Bobby Drake) was omitted from the membership list.

    X-Force

  • Pete Wisdom was omitted from the membership list.

    X-Statix

  • In X-STATIX #10 we can see on a TV screen three unidentified members of X-Statix (then X-Force). As such, the entry should have listed "three unidentified members" in the membership list.... Thanks to Hervé Cousin for pointing this out.
  • Paco Diaz should have been listed as an Honorary member

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