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| HistoryText = Jean Grey seemingly had a similar history as her [[Earth-8649]] [[Jean Grey (Earth-8649)|counterpart]]. She was a founding member of the [[X-Men (Earth-7642)|X-Men]] and lover of teammate [[Scott Summers (Earth-7642)|Cyclops]]. She became corrupted by the [[Phoenix Force (Earth-7642)|Phoenix Force]] and destroyed a [[D'bari (Star)|star]]. Realizing the danger she was to the universe, Jean committed suicide, seemingly ending them birth.
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| HistoryText = Jean Grey seemingly had a similar history as her [[Earth-8649]] [[Jean Grey (Earth-8649)|counterpart]]. She was a founding member of the [[X-Men (Earth-7642)|X-Men]] and lover of teammate [[Scott Summers (Earth-7642)|Cyclops]]. She became corrupted by the [[Phoenix Force (Earth-7642)|Phoenix Force]] and destroyed a [[D'bari (Star)|star]]. Realizing the danger she was to the universe, Jean committed suicide, seemingly ending them both.
   
 
===Apokolips... Now!===
 
===Apokolips... Now!===
Dark Phoenix was later resurrected by [[w:c:dc:Uxas (New Earth)|Darkseid]]]; however, her form is unstable due to her teammates' attempts stop him. In the ensuring battle, [[Charles Xavier (Earth-7642)|Professor X]] and [[w:c:dc:Rachel Roth (New Earth)|Raven]] psychically weaken Phoenix so that she it is forced to possess the body of Cyclops to survive. Reunion with her former lover returns Phoenix's memory of her life as Jean Grey, and she turns on Darkseid in revenge for his having reawakened her from death. In a mammoth explosion, both Darkseid and Dark Phoenix vanish.{{r|Uncanny X-Men and The New Teen Titans Vol 1 1}}
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Dark Phoenix was later resurrected by [[w:c:dc:Uxas (New Earth)|Darkseid]]; however, her form is unstable due to her teammates' attempts stop him. In the ensuring battle, [[Charles Xavier (Earth-7642)|Professor X]] and [[w:c:dc:Rachel Roth (New Earth)|Raven]] psychically weaken Phoenix so that she it is forced to possess the body of Cyclops to survive. Reunion with her former lover returns Phoenix's memory of her life as Jean Grey, and she turns on Darkseid in revenge for his having reawakened her from death. In a mammoth explosion, both Darkseid and Dark Phoenix vanish.{{r|Uncanny X-Men and The New Teen Titans Vol 1 1}}
   
 
| Powers = Seemingly [[Jean Grey (Earth-616)#Powers|those]] of the [[Jean Grey (Earth-616)|Jean Grey]] of [[Earth-616]].
 
| Powers = Seemingly [[Jean Grey (Earth-616)#Powers|those]] of the [[Jean Grey (Earth-616)|Jean Grey]] of [[Earth-616]].

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Quote1 The dominant image was a woman-- a... goddesses-- shrouded within a majestic bird of fire. Quote2
-- Raven src
 

Jean Grey seemingly had a similar history as her Earth-8649 counterpart. She was a founding member of the X-Men and lover of teammate Cyclops. She became corrupted by the Phoenix Force and destroyed a star. Realizing the danger she was to the universe, Jean committed suicide, seemingly ending them both.

Apokolips... Now!

Dark Phoenix was later resurrected by Darkseid; however, her form is unstable due to her teammates' attempts stop him. In the ensuring battle, Professor X and Raven psychically weaken Phoenix so that she it is forced to possess the body of Cyclops to survive. Reunion with her former lover returns Phoenix's memory of her life as Jean Grey, and she turns on Darkseid in revenge for his having reawakened her from death. In a mammoth explosion, both Darkseid and Dark Phoenix vanish.[1]

Powers

Seemingly those of the Jean Grey of Earth-616.

Abilities

Seemingly those of the Jean Grey of Earth-616.



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