Without a doubt, the Children of the Atom can boast of being one of the most important superhero groups of the House of Ideas thanks to its gallery of members that include Wolverine, Cyclops, Storm, Charles Xavier, Jean Gray, Beast, Gambit and more; as well as the series of villains that accompany them such as Mystique, Bolivar Trask, William Stryker, the Sentinels, obviously Magneto, among others. However, we must also admit that the X-Men have suffered some setbacks introducing us to some worst mutants with the most crummy and even useless powers that we could never have imagined.
Some of these mutant characteristics have been transferred to the cinema, where not only Deadpool It has been mocked, but the movies of the X Men They have taken them as a serious element to be part of the row of superhumans that appear in the franchise.
Here is a list of some of the characters who would surely beg for a mutant cure before becoming members of the X-Men as the worst mutants ever.
And so you can see that the X-Men are not the only characters that have bordered on the ridiculous, in the following link you can enjoy a list with the most ridiculous villains in the comics.
His story is quite tragic … Ugly John was an individual, whose only power was to possess three faces. One day he was saved by Wolverine and Cyclops from the clutches of a Sentinel in Sydney. But later he is captured by The Wild Sentinels, led by Donald Trask III and Cassandra Nova, to be seriously injured. Finally to end his suffering, Cyclops kills him.
Irina Clayton / Choir first debuted in the comics thanks to New X-Men Vol. 1 # 119 (2001). Well, if three equal faces are not enough, how about having multiple mouths / lips around the neck? Thanks to this condition, Choir is able to apply ventriloquism to imitate other voices and sounds or to impersonate other people. Even his vocal prowess allows him to speak simultaneously.
Douglas Aaron Ramsey / Cypher may not be able to boast of great skills to fight a bloody battle. However, what it can boast of is a superintelligence derived from its powers to understand and translate any language. It turns out that this mutant, a member of the X-Men and the New Mutants, possesses a superhuman knack for translating spoken or written languages of human / foreign or alien origin. Likewise, the character is capable of deciphering computer codes and languages, as well as deciphering the body language of any individual that allows him to understand the subtext of a conversation backwards and forwards. In this case, it must be recognized that their skills are quite useful.
Probably no one enjoys being sick, much less vomiting. However, for Zeitgeist / Axel Cluney that condition of vomiting all the time became their greatest mutant power. The character, a member of X-Force, was seen for the first time in X-Force (Vol. 1) # 116 in July 2001 where he has shown his acid vomit that allows him to disfigure or even kill his enemies. By the way, we saw Zeitgeist in Deadpool 2 (2018) under the interpretation of Bill Skarsgård.
Stacy X / Miranda « Stacy » Leevald made her debut in Uncanny X-Men vol. 1 # 399, in November 2001, but before joining the X-Men he was a member of a mutant brothel called X-Ranch. Although she is an expert fighter, said ability seems more well learned and not as part of her mutant powers. In fact, his great dexterity consists of controlling the pheromones of his opponents and thus controlling their bodily functions ranging from nausea, vomiting and even orgasms with a single touch.
Eric Gitter / Ink first appeared in Young X-Men # 1, however, it should be noted that the character is not a mutant in the strict sense of the word. In fact, his powers are the product of a series of tattoos made by a mutant tattoo artist named León Núñez, who gives other people superpowers by tattooing them with symbols that evoke the power that these people wish to possess. Some of Ink’s tattoos allow him to display super strength, blow up objects, read minds, heal other people, or even make them fall ill. It should be noted that the character was seen in X-Men: Days of Future Past played by actor Gregg Lowe.
Lifeguard / Heather Cameron made her debut in X-Treme X-Men # 6 in December 2001. The mutant is a true lifesaver because she can automatically detect danger and immediately gain the powers / resources needed to save anyone. or thing that is at risk. His incredible physical transformations include his additional arms, armored skin, wings and even a mermaid tail. Both Lifeguard and Cypher should be on the list of mutants needed « just in case » or « just in case ».
The X-Men # 1 (1983) gave us the participation of a very particular character called Eye-Scream. Well, it doesn’t really have anything special considering that its mutant power is only to be able to transform into ice cream, but yes, of any flavor. Very useful for those hot days or for any craving.
Goldballs / Fabio Medina’s first appearance occurred in Uncanny X-Men Vol. 3 # 1, in April 2013. His mutant power consists of launching golden colored balls / eggs of different sizes from any part of his body. The advantage is that he can project them at high speeds and summon an infinite number of them to crash them against his enemies while doing “poink” “poink”. The truth is better, do not ask what the balls are made of, but if you want to know, they are made of their own biological matter.
If we are talking about effective invisibility powers, we could only refer to Sue Storm from Fantastic 4 because Robert Herman / Glob Herman. It turns out that this pinkish individual boasts completely transparent skin that is made of bio-paraffin that leaves his skeleton exposed. It’s too bad his bones, muscles, and organs are visible because obviously his enemies know where to target him.
Brenda Medel I enjoy cinema, Laura Pausini fan, I always think about food and I don’t take off my sunglasses even to sleep.