- We're not going back. I've seen what is going to become of our lives. I've seen everything that gets us to this point. I'm not having it. No. We go back, and Charles Xavier, you said it, Charles Xavier will read our minds and know what Hank did here, and he will mind-wipe all of this from us. We'll never know that no matter what we do in the course of our lives as X-Men... we end up in torture and disaster. And disaster. All of us. Everything we're going to go back and fight for ends in my death, Charles Xavier dying, and Scott becoming everything he says he despises... and if that's the way it's going to be, if that's our destiny, then we have to make sure it was worth it. We have to right things here. We have to do what we set out to do. We put things the way they're supposed to be, and then we go back. Xavier can mind-wipe the hell out of us. Hell, I'll do it myself.
The path of this Jean Grey followed that of her future counterpart, until the day when a Beast from the future traveled to their universe in order to inform them that the future was in a bad state, and that only these X-Men could help fix it.
Jean and the rest of the team accompanied this Beast to the "future," where Cyclops had killed Charles Xavier, Jean was dead (and had the school named after her), and Beast was dying from his second mutation. Because Charles Xavier was not present, the mental blocks he placed on her telepathy were destroyed. That caused Jean to access her telepathy a year earlier than she was supposed to.
After confronting and seeing into the mind of the "future Cyclops" Jean was repulsed and rejected her own Scott. Later, she used her telepathy to help "past Hank" save "future Hank" from death.
Under Kitty Pryde's leadership, the team decided to stay and resolve the problems of this time before returning to their own. Due to the present X-Men expressing doubt about Scott's leadership due to the actions of his future self, Jean was appointed leader of the displaced X-Men.
Following the battle with the future X-Men and future Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, which included a future version of young Jean who had defected to the Brotherhood, the displaced X-Men and Kitty relocated to join the future Cyclops due to Kitty's feelings that Logan's team had betrayed their founders.
Trial of Jean Grey
Soon after their relocation, Jean Grey was abducted by the Shi'ar Empire to be put on trial for crimes perpetrated by the Phoenix. After her teammates and the Guardians of the Galaxy and the Starjammers team up on a rescue mission, they got into a battle with the Shi'ar Imperial Guard and Jean developed new powers combining her telepathy and telekinesis fighting face to face with Gladiator and coming out on top. Afterwards, Jean pointed out that none of what had happened to her had happened before, so she should not be held responsible for a future she may no longer be a part of.
The time-displaced X-Men disbanded and went their separate ways in the wake of the M-Pox crisis, caused by the Terrigen Clouds roaming the Earth's atmosphere. The present-time X-Men suffered a similar fate, though Storm eventually banded them together in order to face this new threat to her people. Jean was personally asked by Storm to join her team, and she accepted, even though she had spent the previous months building a normal life and going to college.
Once the M-Pox crisis was neutralized and the Terrigen Cloud was destroyed, Jean reunited with her time-displaced friends at Beast's request. Hank had found a way to go to the past, but he wanted to show them an unfortunate discovery. He believed he had only managed to travel to the past within the timeline they were currently inhabiting and not their own, which led to them finding what they thought was this timeline's young X-Men in the past they initially believed would be available for them to return. Now certain of their inability to return to their time, the young X-Men looked forward to the new future they could build, which was no longer tied to that of their present selves.
Warned that the Phoenix Force was coming to claim her as its host by the ghost of her older self, Jean refused to share her older self's fate and took steps to prepare for its arrival by consulting its prior hosts - Rachel Summers, Hope Summers, Magik, the Stepford Cockoos and Emma Frost - as well as deific beings like Odinson, powerful psychics like Psylocke, and mages like Doctor Strange and Scarlet Witch. The Cosmic Cube Kobik sent her back in time to meet with the older Jean Grey - or rather, the Phoneix Force's manifestation as Jean Grey - just prior to her abduction by Mastermind, and Phoenix displayed the overwhelming power of the cosmic firebird by flying them into space - casually disregarding the laws of physics in the process - and picking a fight with Galactus and his herald Terrax the Tamer. Phoenix easily defeated Terrax, but was overwhelmed by the Power Cosmic and almost consumed by Galactus. The younger Jean saved her by unleashing her full psionic powers and attacking Galactus with a purple Phoenix aura, impressing the Devourer of Worlds into leaving. Jean considered changing the future by telling Phoenix that the X-Men were still alive and warning her of Mastermind's plans, but Uatu the Watcher intervened and she ultimately decided against it, returning to the present.
When the Phoenix Force manifested, Jean engaged the cosmic entity in battle and managed to wound it. Despite all of her preparations and Ghost Jean's assurance that the Phoenix Force wanted her alive, the cosmic entity instead immolated the younger Jean Grey, reducing her to a charred skeleton in order to resurrect the older Jean Grey as its one true host. Despite not having been a Phoenix host, Jean found herself in the White Hot Room, where the Phoenix attempted to destroy her using manifestations of its past hosts. Jean realized she was somehow in control of the White Hot Room and commanded the Phoenix Force to resurrect her, which it did so as to get rid of her. She then returned to Madripoor, where she was approached by her resurrected older counterpart.
While investigating the abduction of the Starjammers alongside the other Young X-Men and Venom, Marvel Girl bonded to a symbiote and was subsequently consumed by a Poison, giving rise to Poison Marvel Girl. However, Jean was able to use her psychic powers to resist being fully consumed, analyzing the Poison Queen's weaknesses and trying to reach out to Scott. Jean eventually rebelled and killed the Poison Queen, reconstituting her body out of psionic energy. While she expressed concern that she was no longer human, she was nevertheless happy to be reunited with Scott and her other friends.
Jean's telepathy was activated when she was transported to Earth-616 by Beast. However she has since displayed far more powerful telekinetic and telepathic abilities than her mainstream counterpart, even after the former's telepathy was activated. When she returned to the past, her powers presumably went back to their original state.
Telekinesis: Jean has stated herself as an "Omega-Level Telekinetic"  which was later confirmed by an unknown person. Projection of psychic energy enables her to manipulate the physical aspects of the reality. She can levitate objects, propel or manipulate them however she wishes, telekinetic flight, generate concussive force as blasts or bursts, and create protective shields. The extent of her power was evidenced when she blasted Thor out of her path during a confrontation with the Avengers.
- Force Fields: She can create a telekinetic field to shield her and her teammates from physical attacks.
- Telekinetic Flight: She can lift herself and move through the air to simulate flight.
Jean possesses the normal human strength of a woman of her age, height and build who engages in moderate regular exercise.
Jean has the normal weaknesses of an human when she doesn't protect herself mentally and physically with her powers.
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- ↑ All-New X-Men #1
- ↑ All-New X-Men #4
- ↑ All-New X-Men #5
- ↑ All-New X-Men #6
- ↑ Battle of the Atom
- ↑ All-New X-Men #22.NOW
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 7.2 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 #13
- ↑ All-New X-Men Vol 2 #1
- ↑ Extraordinary X-Men #1
- ↑ IVX #6
- ↑ All-New X-Men Vol 2 #19
- ↑ Jean Grey #1-8
- ↑ 13.0 13.1 13.2 Generations: Phoenix & Jean Grey #1
- ↑ Jean Grey #10
- ↑ Jean Grey #11
- ↑ X-Men: Blue Annual #1
- ↑ 17.0 17.1 X-Men: Blue #21
- ↑ 18.0 18.1 Venom #162
- ↑ 19.0 19.1 X-Men: Blue #22
- ↑ Venom #163
- ↑ Venomized #3-5
- ↑ Jean Grey #3
- ↑ 23.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 Jean Grey #5
- ↑ X-Men: No More Humans #1
- ↑ Jean Grey #2
- ↑ 26.0 26.1 26.2 Uncanny X-Men Vol 3 #12
- ↑ X-Men Vol 4 #5
- ↑ 28.0 28.1 All-New X-Men #14
- ↑ All-New X-Men #13
- ↑ All-New X-Men #2
- ↑ X-Men: Blue #2
- ↑ 32.0 32.1 Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 3 #25
- ↑ 33.0 33.1 33.2 Venomized #5
- ↑ All-New X-Men #28
- ↑ Jean Grey #4
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