- Twenty years ago Homo Superior finally crawled out from under the oppression of Homo Sapiens. It was due to the efforts of many. But they were led by one. Magneto. The world needs mutants of great caliber. Brilliant minds. Brilliant souls. Brilliant leaders. Like Magneto. And that is why we founded the New Mutants Leadership Institute.
Appearing in "House Divided 1 of 4"
- Junior S.H.I.E.L.D. Agents: Hellions (First appearance)
- Agent Moonstar (First appearance)
- Anole (Victor Borkowski) (First appearance)
- Magik (Illyana Rasputin) (First appearance)
- Scion (Julian Keller) (First appearance)
- Surge (Nori Ashida) (First appearance)
- Synch (Everett Thomas) (First appearance)
- Quill (Maxwell Jordan) (First appearance)
- Wind Dancer (Sofia Mantega) (First appearance)
- New Mutant Leadership Institute Recruits (First appearance)
- Brian Cruz (First appearance)
- Cessily Kincaid (First appearance)
- David Alleyne (First appearance)
- Jubilee (First appearance)
- Laurie Garrison (First appearance)
- Quentin Quire (Only appearance; dies)
- Sooraya Qadir (First appearance)
- Stepford Cuckoos (First appearance)
- New Mutant Leadership Institute Faculty (First appearance)
- Human Liberation Front/Suicide Bombers (First appearance)
- Emperor Sunfire (Shiro Yoshida) (Mentioned)
- Magneto (Erik Magnus) (Mentioned)
- Santo Vaccarro (Only appearance) (Appears on a computer screen, TV, or hologram only)
- Strongarm the Wrestler (Only appearance) (Appears on a computer screen, TV, or hologram only)
- Josh Guthrie (Mentioned)
Races and Species:
- House of M
Synopsis for "House Divided 1 of 4"
- Synopsis not yet written.
- There are several differences and similarities between the Mainstream Continuity and House of M realities. Revealed in this issue:
- The rosters for the New Mutants Leadership Institute and Junior S.H.I.E.L.D. Agents: Hellions are radically different from the rosters of the New Mutants and Hellions squads. (see "Appearing" above)
- Scion and Wind Dancer are dating whereas they only flirt in mainstream continuity.
- Several characters who died in mainstream continuity are alive in this reality, including: Magik, Northstar, Doug Ramsey, Sophie & Esme Cuckoo, Synch and Quentin Quire.
- Julian Keller is codenamed Scion instead of Hellion.
- Sooraya's personality is radically different; she is aggressive and defiant, dresses very revealingly and is best friends with Jubilee (who is mostly like her mainstream continuity counterpart).
- Agent Moonstar and Headmistress Mahn have some history together, but are bitter rivals instead of close friends.
- David Alleyne and Nori Ashida are dating, but secretly.
- Surge's hair is it's natural black color as opposed to the artificial electric blue.
- Cameron Hodge is still an anti-mutant extremist.
- Laurie's surname is Garrison instead of Collins, she was raised by her father and she is much more outgoing, aggressive, scheming and diabolical. She also seems to be in complete control of her powers.
- Surge doesn't appear to require her Power Gauntlets to control her mutant powers.
- Josh Guthrie never changed his name to Jay and is a music superstar.
- Santo Vaccarro is a teenage wrestling superstar.
- David Alleyne is valedictorian of the New Mutants Leadership Institute, and Quentin Quire is salutatorian.
- After killing Quentin Quire, Laurie reveals that both she and her father are secret agents for S.H.I.E.L.D...
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