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John Grey (Marvel)

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Bio:
John Grey is the father of founding X-Men member, Jean Grey. John was employed as a history professor at Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. During the Inferno storyline, John was temporarily transformed into a demon by the Goblyn Queen, a clone of their daughter, Jean.

After the death of her daughter, Sara Grey-Bailey, and possibly her husband Paul, Dr. Grey and his wife Elaine took care of their grandchildren, Gailyn and Joey. When Operation: Zero Tolerance occurred, John was aided by Nate Grey, who ironically is an alternate version of his grandson, Nathan Summers, in saving his grandchildren, Joey & Gailyn.

He was the first of the Greys killed by the Shi'ar Death Commandos. He has been noted as being the carrier of the X-Gene that has granted Jean and the Bailey children their mutant powers.

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First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (1963) #5

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Issue Appearances:
Crossover Classics (1991)
Die Gruppe X Comic-Taschenbuch (1985)
Essential X-Men (1995)
Excalibur (1988)
Iron Fist (1975)
Marvel (1988)
Marvel and DC Present: The Uncanny X-Men and The New Teen Titans (1982)
Marvel Crossover (2000)
Marvel Girl (2011)
Marvel Super-Heroes (1967)
Marvel-Comic-Sonderheft (1980)
Phoenix (1984)
Ryhmä-X / X-Men (1984)
The Very Best of the X-Men (1994)
Uncanny X-Men (1963)
What If...? (1989)
X-Factor (1986)
X-Man (1995)
X-Men (1991)
X-Men (1992)
X-Men (2013)
X-Men [GER] (1997)
X-Men Forever (2001)
X-Men Forever (2009)
X-Men Forever Giant-Size (2010)
X-Men Origins: Jean Grey (2008)
X-Men vs. The Brood (1996)
X-Men: Children of the Atom (1999)
X-Men: First Class (2007)
X-Men: The End: Book 3: Men & X-Men (2006)

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