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Rogue is a mutant and member of the X-Men that has the power to absorb the memories and powers of others.


Early life

First kiss


Anna Marie, often called by the nickname Rogue, grew up in Mississippi. When she was thirteen Rogue went on a date with a boy named Cody Robbins.

When Rogue and Cody kissed was when her mutant x-gene activated and she learned she was a mutant.

As Rogue kissed Cody, Rogue absorbed Cody's life force and Cody passed out. Because of Rogue, Cody was in a coma for three days.


When Rogue's father learned about what happened to Cody he realized that Rogue was a mutant. He told Rogue that he was ashamed of her just for being a mutant and that she wasn't his daughter anymore. Rogue then ran away from home.

Joining the Brotherhood

Shortly after running away from home Rogue was found by Mystique. However, Mystique kept her true identity hidden from Rogue by using her shapeshifting powers to make her look like a normal human.

Mystique took Rogue in and trained her how to use her powers.

Rogue joined Mystique's Brotherhood of Mutants which also consisted of Pyro, Avalanche, and Blob.

Ms. Marvel


After Mystique completed Rogue's training the Brotherhood broke into a U.S. Air Fore base and Rogue stole a jet. However, Rogue was followed by the superhero, Ms. Marvel, who worked at the Air Force base.

When Ms. Marvel entered the jet she forced Rogue out of the pilot's seat and took control of the jet and attempted to land it. However, Mystique communicated with Rogue through an ear piece she was wearing and Mystique told Rogue to grab Ms. Marvel. As Rogue grabbed Ms. Marvel she began to absorb her powers.


Rogue held onto Ms. Marvel for so long that it ended up putting her in a coma for several years. Also, because Rogue held onto Ms. Marvel for so long Rogue learned that she had permanently absorbed Ms. Marvel's super strength and her power to fly.

However, aside from absorbing Ms. Marvel's strength and flight Rogue also absorbed Ms. Marvel's mind. Because of this Rogue began to see terrible visions of Ms. Marvel who would yell at her for stealing her life.


Rogue later left the Brotherhood not knowing where she would go. However, Rogue was found by Professor X who promised to help her. Professor X used his telepathic powers to quiet Ms. Marvel and made Rogue forget her time with the Brotherhood. However, Rogue still remembered Mystique in her disguise as a normal woman, and believed that she was her real mother.

Rogue then joined the X-Men.

Later life

Adventures with the X-Men


When Magneto attacked a chemical plant called Metro Chemical, her, Storm, and Cyclops arrived to fight him. However, Magneto was able to easily defeat them. Cyclops was knocked out and Rogue gave him CPR. However, the skin contact caused Rogue to absorb his power and like Cyclops she was unable to control the optic blast power. As Cyclops woke up he shouted at Rogue to shut her eyes. As Rogue shut her eyes she stopped firing beams from her eyes. A short while later Professor X showed up and he was able to use his telepathic powers to defeat Magneto. Cyclops' optic blast power later wore off and Rogue returned to normal.

Rogue after absorbing Juggernaut's power

Rogue was also one of the X-Men that helped fight the Juggernaut. A mutant named Colossus had been framed for bank robberies that were committed by the Juggernaut and he was arrested. Rogue and Storm broke Colossus out of jail. Rogue thought that Colossus was cute. Rogue, the X-Men, and Colossus then discovered that Juggernaut was the one that really robbed the banks. Rogue helped the X-Men fight Juggernaut. When Rogue tried to absorb Juggernaut's power Juggernaut's personality took over Rogue's mind. Rogue began to hate Professor X, though these really weren't her feeling they were Juggernauts. Rogue then flew into the air where the power she absorbed from Juggernaut dispersed. The X-Men were later able to defeat Juggernaut.


When Storm found out that her home village in Africa was in trouble Rogue accompanied her on her trip. When they arrived in Africa they learned that the Shadow King had possessed the body of Storm's godson, MjNari. Shadow King agreed to leave MjNari if Storm agreed to serve as his host. Storm agreed to this and Shadow King possessed her. Shadow King intended to use Storm's powers to take control of Cairo, Egypt. However, Storm and Rogue were able to trick Shadow King into returning to the astral plane.

Mutant cure


When Professor X visited Muir Island in Scotland he learned from his friend, Dr. Moira MacTaggert, that a scientist that worked for her mutant research center named Gottfried Adler had developed a cure for mutants. Professor X later reported this to the X-Men. As Rogue found out that there might be a cure for mutants she looked over at Jean and Cyclops holding hands. Wanting to have physical contact with another human Rogue contemplated going to Adler and taking his cure.


Rogue later flew to Muir Island. When Rogue got to Muir Island she went to a pub. While sitting at the bar she was approached by a mutant named Pyro who thought she was Mystique in disguise. Pyro ended up annoying Rogue and she tossed him into a wall. After this happened Pyro's partner, Avalanche, attacked Rogue. However, Rogue was easily able to beat Avalanche.


A short while Rogue went to Dr. Adler's laboratory. Rogue asked Adler if he could cure her. When Adler asked Rogue why she wanted to be cured she answered that she didn't want to go through her whole life without knowing what it was like to touch another human being. As Adler walked Rogue out of his lab he told her to come back in one hour and he would have an answer for her then. However, when Rogue left it was revealed that Adler was really Mystique in disguise and that she was working for the ancient mutant known as Apocalypse. The truth was that there really was no cure. That was just a lie Apocalypse spread so mutants would come to Muir Island so he could find a new servant he called a Horsemen


An hour later Rogue returned to the laboratory. Mystique, disguised as Adler, was about to turn Rogue into a Horseman for Apocalypse (with Rogue still believing she was being cured of her mutation). However, the laboratory was attacked by Pyro and Avalanche. They kidnapped Mystique, still disguised as Adler, and Rogue followed them.


While Rogue fought Pyro and Avalanche, Mystique (disguised as Adler) had been kidnapped by Cable. Cable wanted to kill Adler because he was the one that created that the collars that suppressed mutant powers which were used to enslave the mutants on Genosha. After beating Pyro and Avalanche, Rogue tried to save Adler. However, Rogue was knocked out by Cable. Cyclops and Jean Grey then arrived and helped Rogue defeat Cable.

Later on Rogue decided that she didn't want to be cured after all and went back to Westchester. However, Mystique ended up turning Warren Worhtington III into a Horsemen of Apocalypse. Apocalypse also turned three other mutants into his Horsemen. These three mutants became Pestilence, Famine, and War.


Sometime later Apocalypse attacked a peace conference in Paris, France. While the X-Men went to Paris to confront Apocalypse, Professor X ordered Rogue to stay behind. Professor X then gave Rogue another important mission. Professor X told Rogue that he remembered seeing the Archangel on Muir Island and that he was experimented on by Dr. Adler. Professor X then ordered Rogue to go back to Muir Island because Dr. Adler's mutant cure could hold the key to defeating Apocalypse.

When Rogue confronted Dr. Adler she learned that he was really Mystique. Mystique then told Rogue that Apocalypse had a secret base located beneath Stonehenge.


When Rogue arrived at Stonehenge she confronted Apocalypse. However, a short while later the X-Men arrived. Rogue fought with Archangel and used her absorbing powers on him. Rogue's powers undid Apocalypse's brain washing and Warren Worthington returned to normal. However, Apocalypse was able to escape.

Secrets revealed


After the X-Men stopped Mystique from assassinating Senator Kelly, Mystique said to Rogue that she was going to help her escape. Rogue asked why she would do that. Mystique then shapeshifted into a woman. That is when Rogue realized that Mystique was actually her foster mother who took her in after she ran away from her real family. Rogue then helped Mystique escape.

Ghosts from her past


Sometime later Rogue began to see images of a blonde haired woman haunting her. This woman blamed Rogue for trapping her in the lower depths of her mind. These images of the woman became more frequent. Rogue attempted to physically fight her off but she wasn't really there just in her mind.


This woman taunted Rogue and told her that Rogue could find her at the hospital. This woman even blamed Rogue for putting her there. However, Rogue could not remember who she was. Rogue then went to the hospital and found the woman's hospital room and saw that she was in a coma. Mystique was also in the room and revealed to Rogue that she had been impersonating the blonde woman. When Rogue questioned why Mystique was dong this to her, Mystique answered so she could help Mystique remember her past. As Rogue touched Mystique she absorbed Mystique's memories. This caused Rogue to remember that she was once part of the Brotherhood of Mutants and what she did to Ms. Marvel. Mystique tried to get Rogue to join her once more but she refused.


After Rogue absorbed Mystique's powers Ms. Marvel took control of her mind. Ms. Marvel then used Mystique's shapeshifting powers to morph Rogue's body into her own. Inside Rogue's mind, Rogue fought Ms. Marvel in an attempt to totally regain control of her body. However, Jean Grey was able to use her telepathic powers to enter Rogue's mind and helped her fight Ms. Marvel. Rogue and Jean were then able to once again imprison Ms. Marvel in Rogue's mind.

After Ms. Marvel was defeated Mystique once again tried to get Rogue to join her. However, Rogue refused and told Mystique that she would never join her again because Mystique only wanted to use her as a weapon.


Sometime later Rogue went to visit Ms. Marvel in her hospital room. As Rogue touched Ms. Marvel's head there was a glimmer of light on her forehead. When Rogue left Ms. Marvel's hospital the equipment she was hooked up to began to show activity implying that Ms. Marvel came out of her coma.


When the X-Men first battled Apocalypse and his Horsemen, Rogue absorbed Archangel's memories and learned of the pain Apocalypse had caused him. After Apocalypse lost control of Archangel, Archangel began searching for a way to kill Apocalypse who was believed to be immortal.


Archangel later found an ancient scroll which revealed Apocalypse's weakness. When Archangel attacked Apocalypse he was almost killed but was rescued by the X-Men. The X-Men then took Archangel to the infirmary at the Xavier Mansion. Rogue revealed to Archangel that she understood why he wanted to destroy Apocalypse because of when she absorbed his memories the last time they fought. Archangel then left the Xavier Mansion and Rogue followed him to help him fight Apocalypse. However, the weakness that Archangel found for Apocalypse turned out to be fake. It was really a lie Apocalypse had spread to lure Archangel out. Rogue, Archangel, and the X-Men fought Apocalypse. However, Apocalypse was able to escape.



When Spider-Man discovered that he was mutating into some kind of creature he went to the Xavier Mansion to seek the help of Professor X in hopes that he could cure him. As Spider-Man arrived at the mansion he fell through a trap door and into the lower levels of the mansion. Spider-Man was encased in a metal straight jacket and was then approached by the X-Men who were wondering why he had come to the mansion. Spider-Man refused to tell them. Rogue then approached Spider-Man and began to flirt with him and said that he was cute "In a creepy sorta way" and attempted to use her charm to get Spider-Man to answer their questions. However, Spider-Man broke free from his restraints and ran off.


As Spider-Man entered the Danger Room he was attacked by holographic images of some Sentinels. However, the X-Men entered the Danger Room and began to fight the Sentinels. As Rogue began to fight one of the Sentinels she said that there would be no way for her to keep Spider-Man interested in her if they kept scaring him away. Jean Grey then ran to the control room and was able to turn of the Danger Room. A short while later Spider-Man spoke with Professor X about finding a cure with his furthering mutation. However, Xavier told Spider-Man that his work was not to cure mutants but to help them accept who and what they are. Angered by this news Spider-Man left the Xavier Mansion.


After Herbert Landon was transformed into a giant mutant he began to terrorize New York City, Rogue piloted the Blackbird to where Landon was. As Rogue watched news footage of the mutated Herbert Landon she exclaimed that he was "one ugly critter." As the Blackbird arrived Rogue saw that Landon had grabbed a J3 Communications helicopter and flew out of the Blackbird took the helicopter from Landon and placed it safely on the ground. However, Landon hit Rogue with all his strength. Rogue almost hit a building but Spider-Man swung over and grabbed her. As they web swung to the ground Rogue continued to flirt with Spider-Man some more.


As Spider-Man and Rogue reached the ground they met up with the other X-Men and devised a plan to drain Landon his electrical energy to defeat him. In order to drain Landon of his energy Spider-Man and the X-Men had to use the equipment on the Blackbird. However, Landon could not touch the ground. Rogue then flew outside of the Blackbird and wrapped a metal cable around Landon and attached it to the Blackbird. The Blackbird then lifted Landon into the air and the X-Men were able to drain the energy from his body which turned back into a human. Rogue then gathered around Spider-Man as the other X-Men thanked him for his help and then went back to the Xavier Mansion.

Cody and the Colony


Several years later Rogue was contacted by Cody Robbins, the boy she had kissed as a teenager when her powers first manifested and in turn had put him in a coma. Rogue then went to a movie theater where she met up with Cody. Rogue and Cody then spent time with each other. As Cody and Rogue were about to kiss, Rogue pulled away and told Cody that the didn't want to put him in another coma. However, Rogue and Cody were secretly shot by an alien from a race known as the Colony with a strange ray. Cody then kissed Rogue and her powers did not affect Cody. Rogue was excited but was unaware of what the alien had done to her. However, the ray also caused Rogue to pass out.


The next morning Rogue woke up in a park on a bench and Cody was sitting beside her. Rogue later went to the Xavier Mansion and asked Professor X for some personal time. However, only minutes before Rogue arrived at the mansion, Wolverine called Professor X and told him he was being attacked by the Colony and needed the X-Men's help. When Professor X refused Rogue's request she got angry and stormed off.


The X-Men then went to help fight the Colony without Rogue. However, Cody took Rogue to the site of the Colony ship (which was a giant space whale called the acanti) in the desert where the X-Men were at. Rogue then realized that Cody was working for the Colony and he had taken her to the desert to lead her into a trap.


As the Colony took the X-Men hostage, Rogue asked Cody how he could betray her. Cody answered while she was sleeping she was exposed to alien spores which negated her powers. Cody also revealed that he did this so they could finally be together. Rogue then met the queen of the Colony who told Rogue that her race did not reproduce the same way humans did. For the Colony to survive she had to infect the human race with spores which transform other species into the Colony. Rogue was then exposed to the spores herself and transformed into the Colony species. However, Wolverine found Rogue and he touched his hands to her face. Rogue then absorbed Wolverine's healing factor which drove the spores out of her body and turned her back into a human.


Rogue and Wolverine then freed the other X-Men and tried to fight off the colony. Professor X then used his telepathic powers to free the acanti which had been under the Colony's mental control. The acanti then began to make loud whale like noises which hurt the Colony's hears. As the X-Men exited the acanti, Rogue asked Cody to come with her so Professor X could help him. However, Cody's mind was gone and he was now an unthinking beast. The acanti then left the planet with Cody and the Colony still inside. Rogue cried over what had happened to Cody but she was comforted by her friends in the X-Men.

Family ties

Rogue and Nightcrawler shocked to learn that they are siblings

When Nightcrawler learned that the Friends of Humanity had kidnapped his mother, whom he did not know, he went to the X-Men for help. Rogue, Wolverine, and Jubilee accompanied Nightcrawler to a dam and learned that the Friends of Humanity were behind the abduction of Nightcrawler's mother. After searching the dam, Nightcrawler and Rogue found where the Friends of Humanity was keeping Nightcrawler's mother. As Rogue and Nightcrawler entered the room Rogue was shocked to see Mystique. Mystique then revealed that Nightcrawler was her biological son. Rogue and Nightcrawler then learned that they were siblings. Mystique also revealed that she had another son named Graydon Creed who was the founder of the Friends of Humanity.


Creed arrived shortly after and released a poison gas into the room to kill Rogue, Nightcrawler, and Mystique. However, they were rescued by Wolverine and Jubilee. Rogue and the others then fought off the Friends of Humanity.


When Creed tried to kill Nightcrawler, Mystique pushed him out of the way and was believed to have died herself. Later when Creed was defeated Nightcrawler asked Rogue why Mystique would sacrifice herself to save him. Rogue told Nightcrawler that his faith had an affect on people and that maybe he was able to get through to her.



Rogue later learned from Beast about a mutant named Sam Guthrie who was from a small town in Kentucky. Rogue knew from first hand experience that being a mutant from a small town could be very difficult so she decided to pay Sam a visit to give him advice and support.

Rogue and Sam Guthrie

When Rogue arrived in Kentucky she found Sam and told him about Professor Xavier's mutant school. Sam then told Rogue that a man named Girkland was at his house a few days ago and told him about a team he was putting together which Girkland described as a "Peace Corps for mutants". Sam also told Rogue that he liked helping people but wasn't sure if he wanted to leave his family.

However, after some investigating the X-Men discovered that the Mutant Peace Corps, Girkland told Sam about was really a mind control program used to unwillingly turn mutants into obedient soldiers.

Later on Sam decided to join Girkland's Mutant Peace Corps. After Sam joined, Girkland tried to convince him that the X-Men were terrorist. However, Sam knew that Beast and Professor X were friends with President Robert Kelly. Girkland then tried to gas Sam. However, Sam was able to use his powers to get away.


Sam then found Rogue and the other X-Men who were being attacked by the townspeople. Sam then warned them that Girkland was after him. Only seconds later several robots flew up to them and began firing their laser weapons endangering both the X-Men and the townspeople. Rogue, Sam, and the other X-Men worked together to defeat the robots. However, Girkland was able to get away.


Sometime later Rogue and the X-Men learned that the Guthrie's were moving away because of how the townspeople were treating them for having a mutant son. Rogue felt bad for the Futhrie family and told them she was sorry they had to move away. Sam then thanked Rogue for looking out for him. Rogue and the X-Men then returned to Westchester County while Sam stayed in Kentucky with his family.

Everyone's favorite version of the X-Men from the '90s is back!

The information in the following section or sections was not present in X-Men: The Animated Series. However, it was part of the canonical comic book series X-Men '92.

New X-Men

When the X-Men went to the Clear Mountain Institute to investigate they met the director of the institute, Cassandra Nova. Nova told the X-Men that her job was to help mutants re-enter society and live with normal humans in peace. Nova told the X-Men that she could soothe a mutants savage nature by using a machine called the Mind Field. At first the X-Men didn't believe it. Shortly afterwards Wolverine saw Sabretooth at the institute and attacked him. However, Sabretooth was now very calm and peaceful. After seeing what the Mind Field did for Sabretooth, Wolverine and the X-Men agreed to go into the Mind Field.

As the X-Men sat in the Mind Field machine Cassandra Nova pressed a button which shackled their wrists to the machine against their will. The X-Men realized that Cassandra Nova had set a trap for them.


Inside the Mind Field Rogue and Gambit's minds were linked. Gambit professed his love to Rogue. However, Rogue was afraid to be intimate with Gambit because of her powers. Cassandra Nova then appeared before Rogue and Gambit. Rogue and Gambit attacked Nova. However, Nova got the upper hand. Nova was able to take control of Gambit and Rogue's mind. Nova then used her mental powers to make Gambit and Rogue get engaged. By manipulating Rogue and Gambit's emotions, Nova was able to take mental control of them.

Nova's New X-Men

Nova was also able to control Wolverine with the Mind Field. Nova used Wolverine, Rogue, and Gambit as her personal team of "New X-Men".

Nova's master plan was to use her X-Sentinel to assassinate Baron Kelly so she could become ruler of Westchester. Nova would then have Rogue and the other New X-Men defeat the X-Sentinel and save the day.


While fighting the X-Sentinel, Rogue and Gambit were shot down by its laser. Rogue was fine. However, Gambit was lying on the ground not breathing and Rogue was unable to give him CPR because of her powers. Being unable to help Gambit was what snapped Rogue out of Nova's mind control. However, Caliban rushed over and gave Gambit CPR which saved him. The X-Men were then able to defeat the X-Sentinel.

Alternate timeline

Days of Future Past

Because of Senator Robert Kelly's strong anti-mutant stance he was targeted for assassination by Mystique and the Brotherhood of Mutants. Mystique shapeshifted into Gambit and assassinated him in that form. Even though Senator Kelly's death was the result of one mutant all mutants were blamed. After Senator Kelly's death a mutant control law was passed and the U.S. government built an army of Sentinels. The Sentinels then began to hunt down mutants all over the country. Some mutants attempted to fight back. However, the survivors were placed in detention camps where the mutants were killed. However, the Sentinels went out of control and began to target normal humans as well.

Sentinels ruled the future where they would either kill mutants on the spot or capture them and take them to detention camps to be killed.


Rogue was killed in the year 2033.

This timeline was erased when Bishop traveled back in time and worked with the X-Men to save Senator Kelly's life.

Age of Apocalypse

In the year 2055 A.D., Master Mold was rebuilt. Master Mold then had a mutant criminal named Fitzroy travel back in time to the year 1955 to assassinate a young Charles Xavier. Fitzroy was able to accomplish this and because Xavier was killed at such a young age he was never able to form the X-Men.

Because the X-Men were never formed in this new timeline, mutants and humans were at war with each other. This war devastated the entire planet. In this timeline, Magneto lead the mutant resistance against the human army, which also included meta-humans.


In this timeline Rogue was a member of the mutant resistance.

While fighting an evil version of the Avengers, Rogue lifted up a mutant and flew him over to the Avengers. The mutant then used his powers to trap the Avengers in a force field.

The timeline was later restored to normal when Wolverine, Storm, Bishop, and Shard traveled back in time to 1959 and prevented Fitzroy from killing Xavier.


Rogue using her powers on Mystique

Rogue has the mutant power to absorb anyone's memories and talents through skin contact. If she touches the skin of a mutant or metahuman Rogue can absorb their powers and use them. The person she has skin contact with will fall into a coma which can last only a few hours or years.

How long Rogue has the powers she absorbs depends on how long she has physical contact with that person. If Rogue touches another person for only a few seconds she can have that metahumans powers and memories for only a few hours. However, if Rogue touches their skin for several minutes she could have those powers permanently.

At the beginning of her career Rogue held onto Ms. Marvel for an extended period of time and was able to retain her powers of flight and super strength forever.


In some cases Roge can even take on the physical appearance of the people she steals life forces from. On one occasion Rogue's skin turned blue after she absorbed Mystique's powers.

Also some times (but very rarely) the personalities of the people who's life force she absorbs takes over her mind. On one occasion Rogue absorbed the life force of people that wanted to kill Nightcrawler and found herself wanting to kill Nightcrawler. However, Rogue was able to regain control.

In the comics

For several years Rogue's real name was unknown. However, after the first X-Men movie was released she was given the name Anna Marie in the comics.

In the Ultimate comics Rogue's real name was Marian Caryle.

In movies

In the novelization of the first X-Men movie it was revealed that her full name was Marie D'Ancanto.


X-Men: The Animated Series

  • Night of the Sentinels, Part I
  • Night of the Sentinels, Part II
  • Deadly Reunions
  • Captive Hearts
  • Slave Island
  • The Unstoppable Juggernaut
  • The Cure
  • Come the Apocalypse
  • Days of Future Past, Part I
  • Days of Future Past, Part II
  • The Final Decision
  • Til Death Do Us Part, Part I
  • Til Death Do Us Part, Part II
  • Whatever It Takes
  • Red Dawn
  • Repo Man
  • X-Ternally Yours
  • Time Fugitives, Part I
  • Time Fugitives, Part II
  • A Rogue's Tale
  • Mojovision
  • Reunion, Part I
  • Reunion, Part II
  • The Phoenix Saga, Part I: Sacrifice (Mentioned only)
  • The Phoenix Saga, Part II: The Dark Shroud (Mentioned only)
  • The Phoenix Saga, Part III: Cry of the Banshee
  • The Phoenix Saga, Part IV: The Starjammers
  • The Phoenix Saga, Part V: Child of Light
  • Savage Land, Strange Heart, Part I
  • Savage Land, Strange Heart, Part II
  • Obsession
  • The Dark Phoenix, Part I: Dazzled
  • The Dark Phoenix, Part II: The Inner Circle
  • The Dark Phoenix, Part III: The Dark Phoenix
  • The Dark Phoenix, Part IV: The Fate of the Phoenix
  • The Juggernaut Returns
  • Nightcrawler
  • One Man's Worth, Part I
  • Courage (Mentioned only)
  • Proteus, Part I
  • Proteus, Part II
  • Sanctuary, Part I
  • Sanctuary, Part II
  • Beyond Good and Evil, Part I: The End of Time
  • Beyond Good and Evil, Part II: Promise of Apocalypse
  • Beyond Good and Evil, Part III: The Lazarus Chamber
  • Beyond Good and Evil, Part IV: End and Beginning
  • Have Yourself A Morlock Little X-Mas
  • Love In Vain
  • Secrets, Not Long Buried (Illusion)
  • Xavier Remembers (Flashback)
  • The Phalanx Covenant, Part I
  • The Phalanx Covenant, Part II
  • A Deal With The Devil
  • No Mutant Is An Island
  • Longshot
  • Bloodlines
  • The Fifth Horseman (As a photograph)
  • Hidden Agendas
  • Graduation Day

Spider-Man: The Animated Series

X-Men '92

  • X-Men '92 Infinite Comics #1: Hope You Survive the Experience
  • X-Men '92 Infinite Comics #2: Here Comes Tomorrow
  • X-Men '92 Infinite Comics #3: Those Who Help Themselves (Flashback)
  • X-Men '92 Infinite Comics #4: Love is a Battlefield
  • X-Men '92 Infinite Comics #5: Head Games
  • X-Men '92 Infinite Comics #6: Ten Out of Ten
  • X-Men '92 Infinite Comics #7: Kelly's Heroes
  • X-Men '92 Infinite Comics #8: Evolution
  • X-Men '92 #1: Let the Game Begin
  • X-Men '92 #2: Young Blood
  • X-Men '92 #3: The World is a Vampire
  • X-Men '92 #4: Pages from the Book of Sin
  • X-Men '92 #6: Lilapalooza
  • X-Men '92 #7: Homesick Alien Blues
  • X-Men '92 #8: The Twelve
  • X-Men '92 #9: A Force To Be Reckoned With
  • X-Men '92 #10: Earth X

Infinity Wars: Sleepwalker

  • Infinity Wars: Sleepwalker #3


  • While casting Rogue in X-Men: The Animated Series the creators of the series had in mind a voice that sounded like actress and singer, Ava Gardner.
  • According to Omega Red, Rogue is the most powerful member of the X-Men.
  • X-Men '92 gave Rogue the real name, Anna Marie. Rogue was not given this name in the comics until after the movie, X-Men was released in 2000.