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Below are list of characters whose reality is unknown and whom we don't want to give a TRN to. Note: Characters may appear here where there is some ambiguity in their reality of origin.

Character Index - Unknown Realities

Scarlet Witch

Wanda Maximoff (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0002
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Scarlet Witch was a member of the X-Men who performed some unknown major heroic deed that made the entire world love and respect them instead of hating them. This made them the most popular team of super-heroes on earth and were shown having a parade in Times Square.[1]

Wanda Maximoff (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0001
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

Scarlet Witch did not become a member of the X-Men but became an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. and went up against Hydra alongside other mutants, Emma Frost, Rogue and Pixie.[1]

Sentinel-X

Shogo Lee (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0001
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Sentinel-X was a member of the X-Men who performed some unknown major heroic deed that made the entire world love and respect them instead of hating them. This made them the most popular team of super-heroes on earth and were shown having a parade in Times Square.[1]

Shadowcat

Katherine Pryde (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0001
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

Shadowcat was a member of the X-Men who performed some unknown major heroic deed that made the entire world love and respect them instead of hating them. This made them the most popular team of super-heroes on earth and were shown having a parade in Times Square.[1]

Katherine Pryde (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0002
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This Shadowcat shared a similar history to her Earth-616 counterpart, specifically her relationship with Colossus. Both had feelings for each other, but their own deaths and resurrections separated them. Years later, Colossus was finally ready to commit, but found Shadowcat was pregnant but she didn't know if the baby was either Cable's or Nightcrawler's. At some point she gave birth to Nightcrawler's child and married him, Colossus returned and Shadowcat informed him of what happened. Years passed again and he returned to find Apocalypse had eaten both Nightcrawler and the child and Colossus was still hunting his sisters killer. At some point Colossus married Titania and Shadowcat approached him about missing him, but he filled her in on the marriage. In old age, the two finally got together but Shadowcat only had 4 days left to live, which passed and she died in Colossus' arms, admitting that she may have accidentally killed his sister.[1]

Katherine Pryde (Earth-Unknown) from All-New Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 1 12 0001
Appearances: All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #12

Aliases: Star-Lord

Star-Lord was part of a team of the Guardians of the Galaxy consisting of her, Major Victory, Bug and Groot who were searching for the Infinity Gems which had seemingly disappeared from the multiverse. [2] This reality was briefly glimpsed at by Man-Thing.

Katherine Pryde (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 200 001
Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #200

Alises: Spider-Girl

Kitty Pryde returned to the alias of Spider-Girl and joined Spider-Man's technologically advanced police force.[3] This reality was imagined by May Parker.

Katherine Pryde (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 200 003
Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #200

Alises: Shroud

Kitty Pryde got back together with Spider-Man and the two eventually got married.[3] This reality was imagined by the Kitty Pryde of Earth-1610.

Katherine Pryde (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 200 002

She-Hulk

Jennifer Walters (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0001
Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

When She-Hulk of the Prime Universe's comic writer "died", the editors of Marvel Comics began to pitch different ideas for the new style of her 616 comic series. One of them included a version written by a British writer which saw this She-Hulk as a super-hero in an amalgam British/USA country. [4]

Jennifer Walters (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0002
Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

When She-Hulk of the Prime Universe's comic writer "died", the editors of Marvel Comics began to pitch different ideas for the new style of her 616 comic series. One of them included a version written by Frank Miller who turned She-Hulk into a much more gritty, angry version of herself who wanted to seek revenge for the death of her writer. (This version was seemingly based on his Sin City series.)[4]

Jennifer Walters (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0003
Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

When She-Hulk of the Prime Universe's comic writer "died", the editors of Marvel Comics began to pitch different ideas for the new style of her 616 comic series. One of them included a version written by Wendy Pini, this version of She-Hulk was an elvish warrior who was attempting to hunt down the Troll-King. (This version was seemingly based on her Elfquest series.)[4]}

Jennifer Walters (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0004
Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

Aliases: Thor

When She-Hulk of the Prime Universe's comic writer "died" the editors of Marvel Comics began to pitch different ideas for the new style of her 616 comic series. One of them included a version written by Walter Simonson, this version of She-Hulk was able to wield Mjolnir and thus possessed the powers of Thor.[4]

Jennifer Walters (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0005
Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

When She-Hulk of the Prime Universe's comic writer "died" the editors of Marvel Comics began to pitch different ideas for the new style of her 616 comic series. One of them included a version where her answering machine message was full of innuendos which She-Hulk-616 was unsure would get past the Comics Code Authority.[4]

Jennifer Walters (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0006
Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

When She-Hulk of the Prime Universe's comic writer "died" the editors of Marvel Comics began to pitch different ideas for the new style of her 616 comic series. One of them included a version designed by Terry Austin where She-Hulk went around fighting both villains and heroes and attempted to take down Galactapus on her own. (This version was seemingly based on Popeye)[4]

Jennifer Walters (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0007
Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

When She-Hulk of the Prime Universe's comic writer "died", the editors of Marvel Comics began to pitch different ideas for the new style of her 616 comic series. One of them included a version aimed at teenage boys where there was an increased attempt to objectify her by having her pose in bikinis. During an invasion of Atlantean Amazon women, Wasp shrunk down, but her clothes didn't shrink and she ended up naked. She-Hulk went to confront the women, but upon seeing her, they all fled.[4]

Jennifer Walters (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0008
Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

Aliases: Ghost Rider

When She-Hulk of the Prime Universe's comic writer "died", the editors of Marvel Comics began to pitch different ideas for the new style of her 616 comic series. One of them included a version where She-Hulk was possessed by a Spirit of Vengeance[4]

Jennifer Walters (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0009
Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

Aliases: Li'l She-Hulk

When She-Hulk of the Prime Universe's comic writer "died", the editors of Marvel Comics began to pitch different ideas for the new style of her 616 comic series. However, the writer turned out no to be dead and attempted to pitch a new version of She-Hulk he wanted to write, which instead followed Li'l She-Hulk - a child version of herself. Li'l She-Hulk was working out in the park when she was approached to help defeat several villains' evil plots. She-Hulk-616 hated this story so much she threw the writer out the window, seemingly killing him. [4]

Jennifer Walters (Earth-Unknown) from Fantastic Four Vol 3 47 0001
Appearances: Fantastic Four Vol 3 #47

She-Hulk was a member of the Fantastic Four when Sue Storm gave birth to her and Reed Richards' second child, Valeria. She-Hulk visited her after she gave birth. [5] Note: On Earth-616, Valeria was initially stillborn, this reality was where that never happened.[5]

Jennifer Walters (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0001
Appearances: Strange Tales Vol 5 #1

She-Hulk was locked up in her room by her mother and forced to take pills, though she often avoided it. She was arranged to be wed with John Jameson and on there wedding day would be the first time they met, at the church she began to Hulk out and threw Jameson into the cake and left the church in a taxi. [6]

Jennifer Walters (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 2 0001
Appearances: Strange Tales Vol 5 #1

She-Hulk was being spied on by the Fake Watcher when he was captured by Nick Fury and sent him to jail.[6]

S.H.I.E.L.D.

Strategic Hazard Intervention Espionage Logistics Directorate (Earth-Unknown) from Cable & Deadpool Vol 1 46 0001
Appearances: Cable & Deadpool #46
No Image Team
Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #200

S.H.I.E.L.D. eventually started backing the mini-Ultimates, providing them with advanced technology.[3] This reality was imagined by Bobby Drake.

Shocker

Herman Schultz (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Woman Vol 5 3 001
Appearances: Spider-Woman Vol 5 #3

Shocker was amidst a battle with Spider-Man. They were viewed by the Jess Drew of Earth-616 through the Web of Life and Destiny.[7]

Silver Surfer

Norrin Radd (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0001
Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

When She-Hulk of the Prime Universe's comic writer "died" the editors of Marvel Comics began to pitch different ideas for the new style of her 616 comic series. One of them included a version written by a British writer which saw this Silver Surfer was a super-hero in an amalgam British/USA country. [4]

Norrin Radd (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0001
Appearances: Strange Tales Vol 5 #1

Galactus had a booger stuck on his face which Silver Surfer laughed at.[6]

Siryn

Theresa Cassidy (Earth-Unknown) from Cable & Deadpool Vol 1 46 001
Appearances: Cable & Deadpool #46

Siryn was a member of X-Force, which included Deadpool with whom she was in a relationship..[8]


Skaar

Skaar (Earth-Unknown) from Deadpool & the Mercs for Money Vol 1 5 001
Appearances: Deadpool & the Mercs for Money #5

Skaar murdered Thanos. He was briefly seen by an unnamed Rigellian Recorder after it entered a rift into the Prime Marvel Universe.[9]


Spider-Man

No Image Male
Appearances: Prowler Vol 2 #6

Realname: Unknown

Spider-Man was a member of the Avengers. He and the rest of the team defeated Red Skull and were comerated by the mayor of New York City.[10]

Spider-Man (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 1 2 001
Appearances: Spider-Verse #2

A wrestler Spider-Man was recruited into the Spider-Army and took part in the final battle in Loomworld.[11]

Peter Parker

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Sensational She-Hulk Vol 1 50 0001
Appearances: Sensational She-Hulk #50

When She-Hulk of the Prime Universe's comic writer "died" the editors of Marvel Comics began to pitch different ideas for the new style of her 616 comic series. One of them included a version written by a British writer which saw this Spider-Man as a super-hero in an amalgam British/USA country. [4]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0001
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Spider-Man was killed by Angel who was the Horseman of Death who seemingly slaughtered several of Earths hereos.[1]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from I am Groot Vol 1 4 0001
Appearances: I Am Groot #4

This version of Spider-Man was imprisoned for an extended period of time in The Caretaker's Labyrinth on Terminal. He had seemingly mutated into some kind of monster when Groot discovered him and Spider-Man asked Groot to come closer so he could eat him. [12]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0001
Appearances: Strange Tales Vol 5 #1

This version of Spider-Man moved to a city filled with Spider-People alongside Mary Jane Watson but found himself unneeded as a hero and people found him weird. Mary Jane tried to give him extra arms but this scared them. He returned to his apartment and found the Spider-People loved Mary Jane for her wigs and left again, where he met himself a new friend who offered to share his flies with Spider-Man which he accepted and the two walked off together. [6]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0002
Appearances: Strange Tales Vol 5 #1

Peter Parker caught his Aunt May buying pornography.[6]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Strange Tales Vol 5 1 0003
Appearances: Strange Tales Vol 5 #1

Peter Parker met with Flash Thompson who had recently gotten into a bar fight. Peter lamented he had never been in one and that night as Spider-Men met Doctor Octopus and after a short scarp, invited him for a beer. At the bar Peter poured his beer over Doc Ock and a bar fight between the two ensued. He recieved a black eye and later met with Flash who congratulated him on getting in a fight [6]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Deadpool & the Mercs for Money Vol 1 5 001
Appearances: Deadpool & the Mercs for Money #5

Spider-Man had teamed-up with Adam Warlock, Mania, Valkyrie, and Vision. He was briefly seen by an unnamed Rigellian Recorder after it entered a rift into the Prime Marvel Universe.[9]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Prowler Vol 2 6 Vol 1 5 001
Appearances: Prowler Vol 2 #6

Spider-Man was forced to defeat his former friend, Prowler, and turn him into the NYPD after the later returned to crime and hield a young girl for ransom.[10]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Geddon Vol 1 5 003
Appearances: Spider-Geddon #3, Spider-Geddon #5

Spider-Man was seen through the Web of Life and Destiny by the Spider-Man of Earth-44145.[13] He was later recruited into the Spider-Army by Spider-Gwen and helped defeat the Inheritors.[14]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Geddon Vol 1 3 001
Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 13 Dell'Otto Variant (cut)
Appearances: Spider-Verse #2, Spider-Woman Vol 5 #3, Spider-Geddon #5

A Spider-Man wearing his cloth black suit was recruited into the Spider-Army and took part in the final battle in Loomworld, befriending his Earth-18119 counterpart.[11] He later rejoined the army and helped apprehend them in the Transamerica Pyramid.[14]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 1 2 001
Appearances: Spider-Verse #2

Alias: Hornet

A Peter Parker wearing Hornet's Suit was recruited into the Spider-Army and took part in the final battle in Loomworld.[11]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 1 2 002
Appearances: Spider-Verse #2

Alias: Prodigy

A Peter Parker wearing Prodigy's Suit was recruited into the Spider-Army and took part in the final battle in Loomworld.[11]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 1 2 003
Appearances: Spider-Verse #2

Alias: Ricochet

A Peter Parker wearing Ricochet's Suit was recruited into the Spider-Army and took part in the final battle in Loomworld.[11]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 1 2 004
Appearances: Spider-Verse #2

A teenaged Peter Parker was recruited into the Spider-Army and took part in the final battle in Loomworld.[11]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 12 Dell'Otto Variant Textless 001
Appearances: Spider-Verse #2, Spider-Geddon #5

Alias: Bombastic Bag-Man

A Peter Parker wearing the Bombastic Bag-Man uniform was recruited into the Spider-Army and took part in the final battle in Loomworld.[11] He later rejoined the army and helped apprehend them in the Transamerica Pyramid.[14]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 1 2 005
Appearances: Spider-Verse #2, Spider-Geddon #5

A Spider-Man endowed in Negative Zone energy was recruited into the Spider-Army and took part in the final battle in Loomworld. He was seemingly killed by Brix,[11] but he survived and later rejoined the army and helped apprehend them in the Transamerica Pyramid.[14]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 1 2 006
Appearances: Spider-Verse #2

A Spider-Man wearing the Spider-Armor MK III was recruited into the Spider-Army and took part in the final battle in Loomworld.[11]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 1 2 007
Appearances: Spider-Verse #2

Alias: Masked Marvel

A Peter Parker wearing the Masked Marvel uniform was recruited into the Spider-Army and took part in the final battle in Loomworld.[11]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 1 2 008
Appearances: Spider-Verse #2

A Spider-Man with a loose-fitting costume was recruited into the Spider-Army and took part in the final battle in Loomworld.[11]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 1 2 009
Appearances: Spider-Verse #2

Alias: Dusk

A Peter Parker wearing Dusk's Suit was recruited into the Spider-Army and took part in the final battle in Loomworld.[11]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Man 2099 Vol 2 8 Textless 001
Appearances: Spider-Verse #2, Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #14, Spider-Geddon #5

A Spider-Man wearing Spider-Man's Stealth Suit was recruited into the Spider-Army and took part in the final battle in Loomworld.[11] He later rejoined the army and helped apprehend them in the Transamerica Pyramid.[14]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 1 2 010
Appearances: Spider-Verse #2

A Spider-Man wearing Spider-Man's Stealth Suit was recruited into the Spider-Army and took part in the final battle in Loomworld.[11]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Verse Vol 1 2 011
Appearances: Spider-Verse #2

A Spider-Man whose Spider-Sense caused his other half to appear was recruited into the Spider-Army and took part in the final battle in Loomworld.[11]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Woman Vol 5 3 001
Appearances: Spider-Woman Vol 5 #3

Spider-Man was amidst a battle with Shocker. They were viewed by the Jess Drew of Earth-616 through the Web of Life and Destiny.[7]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Geddon Vol 1 3 002
Appearances: Spider-Geddon #3

Spider-Man was a member of the Spider-Army that participated in their failed bombing of Jennix's laboratory.[13]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Geddon Vol 1 5 001
Appearances: Spider-Geddon #4, Spider-Geddon #5

Alias: Spider-Cop

Peter Parker used his powers an a seasoned officer of his reality's NYPD.[15] He was recruited into the Spider-Army by Spider-Gwen and helped defeat the Inheritors.[14]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Vault of Spiders Vol 1 2 001
Appearances: Vault of Spiders #1

Spider-Man was being watched by the Master Weaver through the Web of Life and Destiny.[16]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Geddon Vol 1 5 002
Appearances: Spider-Geddon #5

Spider-Man was recruited into the Spider-Army by Spider-Gwen and helped defeat the Inheritors.[14]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 11 Dell'Otto Variant Textless 001
Appearances: Spider-Geddon #5

Spider-Man was recruited into the Spider-Army by Spider-Gwen and helped defeat the Inheritors.[14]

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 200 001
Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #200

A grown-up Spider-Man became the world's most popular superhero and the leader of the Ultimates.[3] This reality was imagined by Mary Jane Watson.

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 200 002
Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #200

A grown-up Spider-Man used his love of science to create a technologically advanced police force.[3] This reality was imagined by May Parker.

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 200 003
Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #200

Spider-Man didn't come into conflict with Kingpin until he was an adult. As an adult, Peter Parker worked as a investigative reporter.[3] This reality was imagined by Gwen Stacy.

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 200 004
Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #200

Peter Parker became fast friends with Miles Morales and the two became crime fighting partners.[3] This reality was imagined by the Miles Morales of Earth-1610.

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 200 005
Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #200

Spider-Man got back together with Kitty Pryde and the two eventually got married.[3] This reality was imagined by the Kitty Pryde of Earth-1610.

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 200 006
Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #200

Spider-Man led a team of young heroes called the mini-Ultimates.[3] This reality was imagined by the Bobby Drake of Earth-1610.

Peter Parker (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 1 001
Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #1

Spider-Man explained his powers and abilities to The Readers.[17]

Spider-Man 2099

Miguel O'Hara (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 1 001
Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #1

Miguel O'Hara was among the individuals that knew that Peter Parker was Spider-Man.[17]

Spider-Woman

Jessica Drew (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Woman Vol 5 3 001
Appearances: Spider-Woman Vol 5 #3

Spider-Woman was viewed by the her Earth-616 counterpart through the Web of Life and Destiny.[7]

Jessica Drew (Earth-Unknown) from Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 1 001
Appearances: Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #1

Spider-Woman was among the individuals that knew that Peter Parker was Spider-Man.[17]

Stan Lee

Stan Lee (Earth-Unknown) from Spider-Geddon Vol 1 5 001
Appearances: Spider-Geddon #5

Alias: Spider-Man

Spider-Man was recruited into the Spider-Army by Spider-Gwen and helped defeat the Inheritors.[14]

Star-Lord

Peter Quill (Earth-Unknown) from I am Groot Vol 1 4 0001
Appearances: I Am Groot #4

This version of Star-Lord was from a reality where Groot never returned from his trip to Terminal and the Guardians searched for years without finding him. Rocket did not want to give up but Star-Lord pointed out they'd searched for years without success. [12]

Peter Quill (Earth-Unknown) from All-New Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 1 12 0001
Appearances: All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #12

This version of Star-Lord was part of a team of the Guardians of the Galaxy consisting of him, Quasar (Phyla-Vell), Cosmo and Drax who were searching for the Infinity Gems which had seemingly disappeared from the multiverse. [2] This reality was briefly glimpsed at by Man-Thing.

Peter Quill (Earth-Unknown) from All-New Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 1 12 0002
Appearances: All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #12

This version of Star-Lord was part of a team of the Guardians of the Galaxy consisting of him, Nova (Richard Rider), Yondu and Jack Flag who were searching for the Infinity Gems which had seemingly disappeared from the multiverse. [2] This reality was briefly glimpsed at by Man-Thing.


Starbolt

Starbolt (Earth-Unknown) from Deadpool & the Mercs for Money Vol 1 5 001
Appearances: Deadpool & the Mercs for Money #5

Starbolt was seen with citizens of the Shi'ar Empire. He was briefly seen by an unnamed Rigellian Recorder after it entered a rift into the Prime Marvel Universe.[9]

Stephen Strange, Jr.

Stephen Strange, Jr. (Earth-Unknown) from Ultimate Spider-Man Vol 1 200 001
Appearances: Ultimate Spider-Man #200

In this reality, Doctor Strange didn't come into contact with Spider-Man until the latter became an adult.[3] This reality was imagined by Gwen Stacy.

Storm

Ororo Munroe (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0001
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Storm was killed by Angel who was the Horseman of Death who seemingly slaughtered several of Earths hereos.[1]

Ororo Munroe (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0002
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Storm was a member of the X-Men who performed some unknown major heroic deed that made the entire world love and respect them instead of hating them. This made them the most popular team of super-heroes on earth and were shown having a parade in Times Square.[1]

Ororo Munroe (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0003
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

Storm was a member of the X-Men from a reality where they did not use their powers to fight, as it was not needed, so instead used their powers to explore the cosmos.[1]

Ororo Munroe (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0004
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Storm comforted Shadowcat after the death of Colossus.[1]

Super-Apes

Super-Apes (Earth-Unknown) from FF Vol 2 13 0001
Appearances: FF Vol 2 #13

Red Ghost and his Super-Apes attempted to break into the Watcher's Citadel after a failed attempt to work with the Impossible Man he vowed vengeance on the entire Poppupians. Upon entering the mists of endless time-loops they began to interact with several Past incarnations of themselves and eventually they and their past versions ended up brawling with the Future Foundation of Earth-616.[18]

Sunfire

Shiro Yoshida (Earth-Unknown) from All-New X-Men Vol 1 25 0001
Appearances: All-New X-Men #25

This version of Sunfire was a member of the X-Men who performed some unknown major heroic deed that made the entire world love and respect them instead of hating them. This made them the most popular team of super-heroes on earth and were shown having a parade in Times Square.[1]


References

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 All-New X-Men #25
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #12
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 Ultimate Spider-Man #200
  4. 4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 Sensational She-Hulk #50
  5. 5.0 5.1 Fantastic Four Vol 3 #47
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 Strange Tales Vol 5 #1
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Spider-Woman Vol 5 #3
  8. Cable & Deadpool #46
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Deadpool & the Mercs for Money #5
  10. 10.0 10.1 Prowler Vol 2 #6
  11. 11.00 11.01 11.02 11.03 11.04 11.05 11.06 11.07 11.08 11.09 11.10 11.11 11.12 11.13 11.14 Spider-Verse #2
  12. 12.0 12.1 I Am Groot #4
  13. 13.0 13.1 Spider-Geddon #3
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 14.3 14.4 14.5 14.6 14.7 14.8 Spider-Geddon #5
  15. Spider-Geddon #4
  16. Vault of Spiders #2
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 Amazing Spider-Man Vol 3 #1
  18. FF Vol 2 #13
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