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Fictional supervillain appearing in comic books published by Marvel Comics. Wikipedia

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    • They were, however, at some point approached by Apocalypse, who wanted to lure together 12 powerful mutants that he needed to ascend to godhood.Skrull-Wikipedia
    • In 2000, Joseph Harris wrote the four-issue run titled X-Men: The Search for Cyclops that dealt with Cyclops's return after merging with Apocalypse in the events of the Twelve from Uncanny X-Men #377.Cyclops (Marvel Comics)-Wikipedia
    • Eventually, the villain Apocalypse captures Wolverine, brainwashes him into becoming the Horseman Death, and successfully re-bonds adamantium to his skeleton.Wolverine (character)-Wikipedia
    • Following Cyclops's possession by the mutant villain Apocalypse and apparent death, Jean continues with the X-Men, but is distraught by the loss of her husband.Jean Grey-Wikipedia
    • However they are revealed to be illusions by Apocalypse.Magneto (Marvel Comics)-Wikipedia
    • Other characters such as Jean, Prestige, Evan Sabanur, Hope Summers, and Warren Worthington III have all been wary of their fates and have all taken measures to alter their futures.X-Men-Wikipedia

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