I have been trying to get Gus Beezer into the "Honorary/Reserve" section for some time. He was made an honorary member in the "The Marvelous Adventures of Gus Beezer: Starring the X-Men #1". sononsj 20:23, 18 April 2006 (EDT)
I'm pretty sure that the Gus Beezer stories aren't in continuity. I'd be interested to know who approved the revision without first checking this. --ComiX-Fan 03:19, 19 April 2006 (EDT)
Uhhh... I... may have had something to do with it. sononsj 20:38, 7 May 2006 (EDT)
The sheer fact Gus Beezer would even be mentioned is greatly wrong. I don't think Gus Beezer will be making an apperance on the list in the near future, hopefully not ever. For those of you who read this and do not know who Gus Beezer is.. Do some research and I believe you'll agree that the name should not even be taken seriously as a list addition, but is a joke that is almost pathetic.smithwolvie 28 May 2006 (EDT)
I would actually like to bring up that Banshee is not a former X-Men but is instead a reserve for the X-Men. If you would like to check up on this fact find the '94 Fleer Ultra Marvel Comics card #9 of Banshee and check his group affiliation. Just figured i'd bring it up instead of changing it myself so that if anyone has any proof otherwise they could bring it to my attention. smithwolvie 29 May 2006 (EDT)
He's listed as a former member because of events in the X-Men: Deadly Genesis mini. --ComiX-Fan 05:58, 29 May 2006 (EDT)
All the info I needed. Rock on and so forth. smithwolvie 29 May 2006 (EDT)
How come jean grey is now ot the list? she is one of the X-Men
Well she is dead now and we dont know if she will return, if she does she will probly die again i guess she should be an honorary X-man because of the whole phoenix thing.
Scince there are three X-men teams should a profile be created for each of them like Astonishing X-men, Uncannyy X-men and Regular X-men?
I cant keep up with Jean Grey dying and coming back alive again she dies to much dont you think?.
I may just be stupid but I never really got the impression jean ever fully died persay. I have always looked at it as a part of her is connected to, and still lives on in, and/or because of the phoenix. But thats just me.
jean does die to much but she is never really dead because of the phenix so i really think they kepp useing that phenix thing to much
I agree one moment she is alive the next she is dead. Then she comes back alive. What? --Adam
I have heard nine people say Logan has died. But how on earth is that possible? He can not die? Can he? I am a little confused. I think Logan never died...but ya just don't know some times.-nightcrawler0x7
Good question, I don't really recall Wolverine ever dying off myself. I have seen him go through some crazy battles but he would always have his healing powers bring him back like in the wolverine civil war tie in book. I would be interested to see if he really did "die" though.
actually wolverine has died in the days of the future past where he got fried by a sentenel and yes I am aware that it's an altenet timline so its not part of the continuity.
It just takes a whole lot of power and strength, but it is possible for him to die. Magneto once almost succeeded by pulling out Wolverine's Adamantium implants from his skeleton. [From Wolverine's Profile] "Despite the extent of his healing factor, Wolverine is not immortal. If the injuries are extensive enough, especially if they result in the loss of vital organs, large amounts of blood, and/or loss of physical form, such as having flesh burned away by fire or acid, Wolverine can die."
I though Wolverine Couldn't die. But it seems even I can have wrong :). But what i wonder is: Is wolverine born with this metal skeleton or is that an inplant?
Same here Ithought he would never die! --Adam
this includes johny depe as gambit and someone as sunfire...good idea?