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The All-New, All-Different X-Men.

The X-Men are a fictional superhero team featured in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The group was created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby and introduced in the first issue of the ongoing comic series Uncanny X-Men. Though it took them quite a number of years to earn their place in pop-culture history, the X-Men have developed an enormous fan base over the years and have yielded a successful multimedia franchise which includes dozens of spin-off titles, several animated programs, a feature film franchise as well as video games, novels, toys and apparel.

1980s team

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The X-Men blue team.

During the early 1990s, the X-Men roster had grown quite large, and a bit unmanageable. As such, the group was divided into two separate teams: The Blue team was led by Scott Summers and the Gold team was led by Ororo Munroe. Both teams made their first appearance in X-Men, Volume 2 #1.

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History

1960s

Event Source Date
Cyclops breaks free of Magneto's restraints and fights up against Quicksilver. Magneto tries to recruit Cyclops into the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, but he adheres to following Xavier's dream. Uncanny X-Men 45 6.68
Angel flies to New York to recruit the Avengers to help the X-Men fight up against Magneto and the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants. Uncanny X-Men 45 6.68

1970s

Event Source Date
Cyclops unwittingly frees Kierrok and his N'Garai demon horde after blasting away through the Xavier property into an undiscovered dimensional cairn. The X-Men fight Kierrok and his minions and they are only banished when Storm destroys the cairn. Uncanny X-Men 96 12.75
Moira MacTaggert comes to the United States to become a member of Charles Xavier's staff. Uncanny X-Men 96 12.75
USAF officer Michael Rossi discovers Steven Lang's Project: Armageddon and threatens to expose his plot to use Sentinels to exterminate mutants. Lang tries to have him killed. Uncanny X-Men 96 12.75

1990s

Event Source Date
Magneto establishes Asteroid M. A group of religious followers dubbed the Acolytes decide to follow his lead and become his enforcers and engage the X-Men. X-Men Vol 2 1 10.91
Magneto learns that Moira MacTaggert previously altered his genetic code, altering his moral barometer. He abducts Moira and Charles Xavier and brings them to Asteroid M. X-Men Vol 2 2 11.91
The X-Men blue team fight the Acolytes on Asteroid M and are soundly defeated. X-Men Vol 2 2 11.91
The Soviets and S.H.I.E.L.D. fire an energy cannon at Asteroid M in an effort to take out Magneto. X-Men Vol 2 2 11.91

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