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Dazzler, along with another unnamed female, were Longshot's enthusiastic fans. She left Mojoworld after Mojo's television studio was destroyed.[1]

She later began singing at a night club. While Gambit (a fan of Dazzler's) was enjoying her last performance, Cyclops left the club. Later, Dazzler was kidnapped by the Hellfire Club's Donald Pierce. With the help of Cyclops, they defeated the villains as they took off.

Dazzler flirted with Cyclops and set up a date for the next day. Reluctantly, Scott accepted because he wanted to talk to Dazzler about her mutant powers. Later, at the same night club, Dazzler was surprised to see Scott. She kissed Scott in front of Jean who was being influenced by Jason Wyngarde and Emma Frost. Dazzler found it entertaining that Scott couldn't "take a hint" that Jean didn't want to be with him when she stormed off. Dazzler followed Scott outside the club. As she exited the club she spotted Scott being attacked by Hellfire Club minions. Dazzler defeated the men and informed Scott where the Hellfire Headquarters were located.[2]

Secret Wars

When the Multiverse was destroyed in the last incursion between Earth-616 and Earth-1610, Doctor Doom, with Beyonder's powers, recreated it in the form of Battleworld. Earth-92131 was recreated in the Westchester domain, ruled by Baron Kelly.[3]

The Shadow King realized that in comparison to those other domains, Westchester was a fragile paradise, and set out to ensure its survival by any means. Using the cloned body of Professor X, the Shadow King became Cassandra Nova, and used his new identity to become a politician and establish the Bureau of Super-Powers.[4]

At the Clear Mountain, Cassandra Nova used a form of psychotherapy called the "Mind Field" to brainwash those mutants who arrived to the institute and force them to live in harmony, Dazzler was one of those mutants.[5]



Seemingly those of the Alison Blaire of Earth-616.


  • Dazzler appeared in X-Men: The Animated Series.
  • Developed for television by Larry Houston and Frank Squillace.
  • Dazzler's first appearance clearly had her hair as strawberry blonde. Later, they changed her look into dark brown hair.
  • She also guest-starred in the X-Men animated series: Dazzler appeared as a background character in "Mojovision," and was central to the plot of "Dark Phoenix Saga Part 1: Dazzled."

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