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  Mutant Massacre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Mutant Massacre or the Morlock Massacre was a major Marvel Comics crossover, which took place during the summer of 1986.
The mysterious Marauders attack a mutant named Tommy and her boyfriend in Los Angeles for the purpose of following her back to New York and finding the location of the underground mutant community known as the Morlocks.
For years the motives for the Mutant Massacre were never revealed until after the events of "Age of Apocalypse".
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 Morlocks (comics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A majority of the Morlocks were slaughtered by Mister Sinister's Marauders in the Mutant Massacre (or Morlock Massacre).
Captured by the Weapon X program and used as the Neverland power dampener, He is assumed to be one of the 198 who retain their mutant powers after the House of M storyline.
In it, a small group of mutants living in the sewers of Chicago help each other to fulfill their one last wish on the surface while trying to escape the mutant-hunting Sentinels.
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 An Uncanny History
The first mutant detected is the Blob, who's recoved from his forced memory loss (issue #3) as Magneto tries to recruit him.
(Mutant X uses the bodies of those he kills, but his bodies don't last long, so he has to keep killing.) Moira is the last to give an update, brief and to the point: Mutant X is her son!
His mutant healing power allows him to defeat the egg (although his skin partially changed), and now he decides to rescue the other prisoners (or kill them if there's no stopping their transformations).
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 Parasitic Auras
All super-power beings, including mutants and conventional superheroes, that are inside this aura will lose their abilities for as long as they are in Leech’s vicinity.
Eventually they joined a new team of mutants, headed by Professor Xavier and the X-Men, and facilitated by Emma Frost and Sean Cassidy known as Generation-X. However, Generation-X soon disbanded after a number of horrible incidents and Leech, although known to be alive, has yet to be seen again.
When he becomes in sync with the mutant he is literally able to copy their mutant abilities and bio-signature, enabling him to use their abilities.
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 Kindred Spirits - BIOS - Artie and Leech's bio
Generation X was meant to help the next generation of mutants learn how to deal with their powers and how to cope in the real world.
Both mutants have been bounced from home to home (and comic to comic) in search of a place to call their own, and it seems now that Generation X is where they will stay.
He then tried to stop the goblins from taking the two young mutants, at this point he found out he was a mutant when his wheelchair grew a gun in attempts to stop the intruders.
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 PopImage
Later on, the introduction of Kitty Pryde, a young Jewish mutant, and the revelation that their arch-enemy Magneto had spent time in concentration camps as a boy, made the theme of persecution even stronger.
When Sam Guthrie, after spending more than a hundred issues of the New Mutants and X-Force as team leader, joined the X-Men, he was suddenly a lot less mature, and was portrayed as the rookie on the team, despite the fact that he'd been around a lot longer than say, Gambit or Bishop.
The Mutant Menace hysteria card played to death in the X-titles over the years has been reborn as a fear and blaming of teenagers for all our woes, neatly bringing together the two main themes of growing up and persecution into one singular theme, since each is now an integral part of the other.
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 Comic book - LearnThis.Info Enclyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
This change was underscored by the growing popularity of anti-heroes such as the Punisher, Wolverine, and Spawn, as well as the darker tone of some independent publishers such as First Comics and Dark Horse Comics.
For a period of several years the pages of mainstream comics were filled with obsessed mutants and "dark avengers".
Though a speculator boom in the early 1990s temporarily increased specialty store sales -- collectors 'invested' in multiple copies of a single comic to sell at a profit later -- these booms ended in a collectibles glut, and comic sales declined sharply in the mid-1990s, leading to the demise of many hundreds of stores.
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 The Superhero Hype! Boards - would you like to see the mutant massacre on screen?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Sinister is doing Sinister things, experiments and working on a dangerous mutant virus, which the X-Men have to stop from being released (Kill the legacy virus before we need the fanboys complaining for it's story), in the end, Sinister is defeated, but his boss remains.
I do not see why he should feel guilty about the Mutant Massacre when the results from his level of participation was relatively insignificant.
It would be good to see a big mutant massacur but not with the morlocks, maybee they should brain wash some of the good xmen and then the good fight the bad, like in the x comic shell games!
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Of course, the Mutant Massacre was beginning as the two groups battled, and sensing the bad things going on, Freedom Force split at once.
Eventually, the mutant hunting scheme backfired, and Cameron Hodge (the guy who came up with the idea, and a 'friend' of Angel's) turned on the group, kidnapping all the kids.
The kids learned that the government was holding the thirteen mutant infants used by the demons of the Inferno conflict, planning to use them as deadly agents when they came of age.
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 Whoclix - Mutant Mayhem A-E   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Originally from the alternate 21st century where mutants are imprisoned and branded with an "M", Lucas Bishop can absorb energy and re-channel it to fuel his strength, endurance and healing abilities as well as fire it as force blasts.
Mutant Clarice Ferguson can create energy javelins and warps which she uses to teleport targets offensively and defensively.
Six mutant heroes from alternate timelines and realities find themselves in a mysterious desert: Blink from "Age of Apocalypse," Nightcrawler's daughter Nocturne, a future son of Rogue and Magneto named Magnus, and versions of Morph, Mimic and Thunderbird.
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 Whoclix - Mutant Mayhem F-N   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Mutant Angelica Jones absorbs and projects microwave energy which manifests in the form of flame which can melt metal.
Sinister, the Marauders were responsible for the extermination of the Morlocks during the "Mutant Massacre." Many of the Marauders were killed in battle with the X-men and more died during demonic invasion known as "Inferno." Cloned by Sinister, the Marauders returned again to hunt down mutants.
A dying mutant is able to contact the X-men and the team rushes to the rescue.
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 Mutatis Mutandis: X-Overs
The mutants are put on trial in Genosha and threatened with execution.
The Upstarts engage in a "Younghunt" of the surviving members of the Hellions and the New Mutants.
The Scarlet Witch's descent into madness transformed the world into one in which her father Magneto rules over both mutants and the lower-class humans...
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 Feral
Feral's mutant powers caused her deformity, and made her look like the animal that she is. After discovering her cat-like abilities and performances, she was sent underground to live with the Morlocks, a group of deformed mutants that society in Manhattan has banished.
After pleading to Cable and the New Mutants for protection from the Morlock murder pacts who were after her, she was invited to stay and join up with the crowd to form X-Force
After enlisting the help of her sister Thornn as well as former New Mutant Danielle Moonstar, X-Force was able to capture Feral, and her as well as her sister were arested for the murder of the Callisantos family.
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However, the true purpose of X-Factor was to locate superhuman mutants who had become victims of persecution by normal human beings, to train those mutants in controlling their superhuman powers effectively, so that they would not prove dangerous to themselves or to others.
Charles Xavier formed this tieam in order to give other mutants a change in life both to be better accepted in the society, but also a change to do better for all mutants in the world.
Although Professor X is certain that the savage is not a mutant, he nevertheless authorizes the team to investigate.
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 X-Men Character Bios: Polaris
Originally Iceman's girlfriend, Lorna discovered she was a mutant when she was controlled by Mesmero.
However, soon after the Mutant Massacre, the Marauders came calling, and Lorna was possessed by Malice.
Lorna was finally brought down by Juggernaut and upon being returned to the Mansion under restraints agreed to let Professor X into her mind to unravel the cause of her recent personality shift.
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 Mutant Liberation Front - Favorite X-Men/Mutie era...artwise?
Fall of the Mutants, Mutant Massacre, Inferno, the Austrailian stuff.
I'm not sure who actually did this stuff art-wise (or penned the tales for that matter), but it has and will always be my favorite stretch of the titles.
Byrne was great, but what I meant by Era, was what time period clicked the best for you with regards to ALL of the X-books at the same time.
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 Crossovers: Mutant Massacre
The Mutant Massacre, perhaps the worst battle the X-Men ever fought, was set into motion by Sinister, who sent his Marauders to clean out the Morlock tunnels the best way they knew how; by killing them.
Colossus was beyond the healers ability, and it took the supreme efforts of Magneto to repair his armored form.
Sinister did not achieve his ultimate goal of destroying the Morlocks altogether, but the effects of the Mutant Massacre are still being felt today, and will never be forgotten.
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 IMDb Title Search   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The Making of 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles': Behind the Shells (1991) (V) Night of the Day of the Dawn of the Son of the Bride of the Return of the Terror (1991)
Mutant Swinger from Mars (2003) (V) Mutant on the Bounty (1989)
Mutant Massacre 2 (1991) (V) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Manhattan Missions (1991) (VG)
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 The 1980s: An explosion of new titles
While crossovers were used in comics at that time (especially at Marvel--see Secret Wars II), a multi-title crossover on the scale of the Mutant Massacre (a title used in partial irony) was pretty new.
The Mutant Massacre crossover was so popular that the editor of the X- Men, Ann Nocenti, decided to hold another one to help keep sales up during the competitive summer months.
At the same time, some of the X-Men who were separated during the Mutant Massacre and Fall of the Mutants had moved to England and set themselves up (with some established English heroes) as Excalibur.
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 Welcome to UXN - For the Fans, By the Fans
The X-Men and the New Mutants turn their hangar into a field hospital.
Years later she will discover them in the hands of Viper and Spiral, apparently the Marauders were not the kidnappers.
Hundreds of the underground community were killed, but also many were able to escape the massacre and later returned to the tunnels.
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 Printer Friendly: Uncanny X-Men #395 Review - Silver Bullet Comics
Having been drawn to London due to the detection of a large concentration of mutant signatures, we see a small team of X-Men discover that the sewers of London are home to a population of mutants, who were so physically deformed by their mutant abilities, that they can't fit into regular society.
Meanwhile in the sewers of London, the population of mutants is starting to drop, as a nut-job calling himself Mister Clean has decided to clean up the sewers of London with a blowtorch.
Best of all though is the new visual look that Iceman has, as while his costume is a bit bland, the brief look at Bobby in his iced up form is nicely done, as are the scenes where he uses his ice platforms to explore the tunnels.
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 Squadron X: The Marauders   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The are best known for the slaughter of the Morlocks during the Mutant Massacre, during which the fought and nearly crippled the X-Men.
They were last seen assisting Vigilance (see Vigilance) and the Fates (see the Fates) in slaughtering the decendants of the Morlocks, Gene Nation (see the Dark Beast), in what is appropriately called the Second Mutant Massacre.
When the police trapped the fist, Blockbuster was the only survivor of the massacre that ensued.
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 MarvelDirectory.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The mutant known as Apocalypse recruited four superhuman mutants to serve as an elite team of warriors that he called the Horsemen.
Apocalypse first recruit was Morlock known as Plague, whom he rescued from being killed by the Marauder Harpoon during the notorious "mutant massacre" of the Morlocks.
Apocalypse next enlisted Abraham Lincoln Kieros, a mutant who been severely injured as a soldier during the Vietnam War, resulting in his paralysis from the neck down.
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 Young Justice #30 - Mutant Massacre VIII
Slaughtered by a group of evil mutants called the Marauders, Young Justice responded to their call for help.
Impulse was used as an ambulance, carrying the wounded back to their HQ for Red Tornado to try and help them.
The other three are not mutants, and therefore pose a threat to the mutant race.
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 eBay - mutant massacre, Comics, Trading Card Games items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Uncanny X-Men #210 VF/NM (9.0) Mutant Massacre 1986
Uncanny X-Men #211 NM (9.4) Mutant Massacre 1986
THE UNCANNY X-MEN # 211 NM Wolverine MUTANT MASSACRE
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 would you like to see the mutant massacre on screen? - The Superhero Hype! Boards   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Seeing a scene with the MORLOCKS massacre would make the movie more serious and people would really understand that X-men is indeed an issue about discrimination that is SO real in the world
That is why you make it a flashback or a maybe you have Xavier talk to Wolverine about it, but the concept of an internal ethic cleansing is not a balanced social commentary that you want the X-Men franchise to be.
Jay, I think that is one of the worst characteristics of Gambit of the comics.
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 MarvelDirectory.com
He was presumably abandoned by human parents and discovered by the mutant known as Caliban.
There he lived a lonely unhappy existence until the empathetic Annalee adopted him after her own children were shot dead by the Marauder assassin called Scalphunter.
Although various super heroes opposed the Marauders during the so-called “mutant massacre”, Annalee was slain in the melee.
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As a member of the outlaw team known as the X-Men, she uses her mutant ability to absorb the memories and abilities of anyone she touches, as well as flight, super-strength, and invulnerability (powers she permanently gained from Ms.
He was once a member of the X-Men as well, until his deepest, darkest secret, that he was responsible for the Mutant Massacre, was revealed to his teammates.
But, his mutant ability to extend "hot knives" from his fingertips make him a valuable ally to the X-Men.
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 The Women of Marvel Comics: Malice!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The Sue Richards' version of Malice appears to be a psychological manifestation of Sue's own dark side left over from the Infinity Wars; in any case, it is not the mutant of the same name that dogs the X-Folks.
Died in: The mutant Malice was caught with nowhere to go in X-Factor 105.
Malice was the field leader for Sinister's Marauders during the Mutant Massacre.
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