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  Jean Grey
Jean was one of the original members of the team and one of the few who remained with the team when a new roster of mutants joined.
The shuttle was unshielded and Jean would have died were it not for the intervention of the cosmic entity known as the Phoenix.
Jean Grey was discovered at the bottom of Jamaica Bay and reunited with some of her friends.
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 Jean Grey
Jean Grey is the younger daughter of John Grey, a history professor at Bard College in New York State, and his wife Elaine.
Jean's outpouring of emotion as she held her dying friend activated her latent telepathic powers, causing her to experience Annie's own emotions as she died.
Finally, when Jean was in her middle teens, she joined the X-Men, a group of other young mutants whom Xavier was training in the use of their powers.
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 Jean Grey - Phoenix   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Jean was shocked by the level of mutant hatred she saw on an evening newscast, and even more shocked that her old friends were doing nothing about it.
Jean was less than understanding when she found out that Scott had married another in her abscence because for her, the X-Men were just yesterday, while years had passed for everyone else.
Jean continued on with X-Factor, raising little Christopher Nathan with Cyclops as if he were her own son, until the child was infected with the techno-organic virus by Apocalypse, and Cyclops was forced to send him into the future to save his life.
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 X-Men: The Movie Profiles: Phoenix
Jean also functioned as the medical staff, and in that role she examined Wolverine and reported on his healing factor and adamantium bones.
Jean asked Logan to kill her, but he hesitated and the Phoenix took over, slamming him into the wall and blowing off the doors before she escaped.
Jean was later found at her childhood home by Xavier (with Storm and Wolverine) and Magneto (accompanied by his new brotherhood).
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 The religion of Jean Grey: Phoenix of the X-Men
Given the way Jean Grey has been portrayed throughout the years, with her somewhat patrician and religiously low-key New England family background, the character has come to be widely regarded as an Episcopalian, although it is not clear whether this denominational identification is "canonical" (i.e., officially established within the Marvel Universe continuity).
Possibly the scarcity of portrayals of Jean Grey exhibiting overt religiosity is simply a function of the religion taboo that was in effect during the era in which her character was created.
Jean Grey, a woman, was -- and is -- part of a love triangle with Cyclops (the 1602 equivalent of whom is the speaker here) and Wolverine, though she eventually married Cyclops.
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 AoA Jean Grey' Page
Jean Grey was born to John and Elaine Grey in Annandale-upon-Hudson, a sleepy college town in New York State, one of the further-flung 'burbs of New York City.
Jean can break down the mental shields of most lesser telepaths, but she cannot break into the mind of any equal or higher-ranked telepaths and rifle for info unless that person allows it or is incredibly stupid.
Jean is capable of minor transformations that involve tinkering with things with her TK at the molecular level.
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 Jean Grey - Phoenix
Jean was shocked by the level of mutant hatred she saw on an evening newscast, and even more shocked that her old friends were doing nothing about it.
Jean was less than understanding when she found out that Scott had married another in her abscence because for her, the X-Men were just yesterday, while years had passed for everyone else.
Jean continued on with X-Factor, raising little Christopher Nathan with Cyclops as if he were her own son, until the child was infected with the techno-organic virus by Apocalypse, and Cyclops was forced to send him into the future to save his life.
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 Jean Grey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Jean first discovered her mutant powers when she unwillingly read the mind of her best friend Annie, who was dying after stumping into a car.
In fact, Phoenix was not really Jean, but a cosmic being who took her shape while she was recovering from her injures in the botton of the bay.
Jean was found by the 4F, just to discover that Scott had married another woman and had a child.
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 Dear Diary, Signed Jean Grey
Super-hero Jean wouldn't complain she would carry on like a trooper with a smile on her face and a twinkle in her eye...but right now I am not super-hero Jean, I am tired and stressed out Jean who is choosing to whine and pout like a little kid.
Thus, Jean is shy, the professor is reserved, Scott is perfectly controlled, Logan is prone to running, and Marie is withdrawn and insecure.
Jean will give her heart to Logan and have it broken when he finds himself falling in love with her and subsequently runs away from that love.
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 Jean Grey
Withdrawn and depressed, Jean discovered that she could not control her newly awakened mental powers and was forced to isolate herself from other to keep hold of her sanity.
Jean's parents were refered to Professor Charles Xavier, secretly a mutant himself with similar mental powers as Jean had.
Xavier treated Jean for several years, erecting psychic shields in her mind so she would not be able to use her powers until she achieved the maturity necessary to control them.
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 Phoenix (IV)
Grey, this school served as a cover for the X-Men, a team of young superhuman mutants being trained by Xavier to combat the threats posed by other mutants who used their powers against humanity.
Grey volunteered to be pilot, but while guiding the shuttle to Earth, the solar radiation finally proved to be too great for Grey to hold back any longer with her powers.
Jean Grey also possessed telepathic powers enabling her to read minds, project her thoughts into the minds of others, and stun the minds of opponents with telepathic "mental bolts." Since her revival from her coma-like state, Marvel Girl no longer seems to possess telepathic powers.
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 Jean Grey - Marvel Database
Jean was confronted by Onslaught, who claimed he could give her the power of the Phoenix once again and showed her Xavier's hidden memories, including an attraction for her.
Jean would later be recruited by Prosh for a special mission where she would use the Phoenix Force to touch and talk to the cosmic being known as Eternity.
Jean was also forced to relive various moments from her past such as piloting the shuttle, being in the cocoon, the moment Phoenix died, and meeting Death in the afterlife.
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 Jean Grey-Summers
While upset, Jean would have wanted it to be that way, so she came to accept it as fact, until Madelyne appeared to have died live on television.
Jean's telekinesis was all but removed from her and so was the part of her that was Phoenix.
Jean was able to stop this event from transpiring and ripped what was Apocalypse from her beloved Scott as Cable destroyed him with his psimitar.
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 Jean Grey
Jean was unable to cope and became deeply depressed.
Xavier erected psychic shields for Jean's mind so she wouldn't be able to fully use her telepathic abilities until she matured and had the ability to control them.
Recently, Jean focused all her energy and devotion into her job as headmistress of the Xavier Institute, teaching and mentoring troubled mutant teens to survive in a world that hates and fears them.
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 Marvel Girl / Jean Grey (o)
The Phoenix Force had responded to Grey’s anguish and telepathic calls for help as she was dying aboard the space shuttle, and appeared before her, shaping its form and consciousness after Grey’s own.
The force told Grey that she was dying, but that by taking the force’s hands, Grey would gain her “heart’s desire.” What Grey most wanted was to save the lives of the X-Men and herself.
Grey was greatly disturbed to learn of the current wave of anti-mutant sentiment in the country, Xavier’s recent disappearance, and the fact that the current X-Men were now working alongside Magneto, the original X-Men’s greatest foe.
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 Jean Grey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jean Grey is an Omega-level mutant, one of the most powerful mutants in the universe, and the physical embodiment of the immortal being Phoenix Force.
Jean's telepathy allows her to communicate with others telepathically, read the thoughts of others, influence decisions, control minds, manipulate memories, cast her mind into the astral plane, or fire stunning "mental bolts" capable of knocking out or turning someone brain-dead, and even called out in space which alerted the Phoenix Force to her persence.
When Jean absorbed Psylocke's specialized telepathic powers, her own telepathy was increased so that she could physically manifest her telepathy as a psionic firebird whose claws can inflict both physical and mental damage.
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 Jean Grey-Summers
Jean became very proficient in telekinetic feats, all the while, secretly developing her telepathic power with Professor X privately.
Jean Grey, along with the other X-Men, was kidnapped and taken to a space orbital by the devious Stephen Lang.
Jean decided that she was the only choice for piloting the ship home, protected by her telekinetic powers.
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 Revolving Door of Death 03 - Jean Grey (Feb 1999)
At the end of one issue, Jean sacrificed herself for the sake of her peers; at the beginning of the next, she erupts from the waters in a new costume, with new powers, new name, and a new trauma to add depth to an underdeveloped character.
Jean, well aware of the danger she presented and the crimes committed as Dark Phoenix, took her own life to prevent the return of her darker side.
Put in brief, the eighties resurrection of Jean Grey represents a huge affront to the intellect, and one may hope that Marvel Entertainment resists the temptation to attempt to elaborate upon it further, or, indeed, discuss it at all.
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 Jean Grey
Jean will need to learn this lesson, since she will be pulled in two directions at once (hanging out with the cool kids versus training with the X-Men).
Withdrawn and deeply depressed, Jean discovered she could not control her newly awakened mental powers and was forced to isolate herself from others to keep hold of her sanity.
Xavier treated Jean for several years, erecting psychic shields in her mind so she would not be able to use her telepathic abilities until she achieved the maturity necessary to control them.
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 Compare Prices and Read Reviews on X-Men the Movie - Jean Grey at Epinions.com
Able to read minds and manipulate objects with the force of her mind, Grey is also a brilliant genetic scientist who functions as the public spokesman for the X-Men to the human world.
But Jean Grey is the queen of them all--back in the day, young Marvel Girl had four different superheroes fighting over her attentions.
When Jean and her fellow X-Men made the jump from printed page to the silver screen, merchandise was sure to follow--after all, it was the first big cinematic hit of the summer season, and the best superhero movie to come along in quite a while.
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 TheXverse.com: Characters - Jean Grey - Character Summary
Jean performs a routine check-up on Wolverine after he is brought, unconscious, to the mansion, and is threatened for her efforts; when he realizes what he is doing, he withdraws, ending up with Xavier.
However reluctant to confront these abilities, Jean's telekinesis is growing, as evidenced by her success in destroying a military missile in mid-flight by sheer force of will, and later battling a mind-controlled Cyclops one-on-one.
Recognizing that her presence is affecting the Blackbird's power supply, Jean exits the jet and telekinetically turns it on, lifting it into the air while simultaneously preventing Nightcrawler from teleporting to her.
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 Jean GRey - Raven Forums   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
I think regular jean should have some phoenix powers, but when killed in battle she arises again in her possessed phoenix form.
Jean is killed in a boss battle by sinister, she arises 5 seconds later and is in her Phoenix form, invulnerable and unlimited energy for 20 seconds.
I want jean to be able to move more than just people and crates around the screen..I want her to be able to lift a multitude of objects at a time..
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 drjeangrey - Jean Grey - Pictures
History:Jean Grey was eight years old when the death of her best friend caused her mutant powers to manafest.
He brought Jean out of her comma and took her to his home in Westchester where she became his first student.
As Jean grew she learned she was a mutant and the world feared her, but the Professor had a dream of trying to make normal people understand that mutants weren't dangerous and to have both species live the world peacfully.
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