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Phoenix (Marvel)(04 - Jean Grey)
Real Name: Jean Grey
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+ Astral Projection
+ Attractive Female
+ Blast Power
+ Flight
+ Force Field
+ Heat Generation
+ Hypnosis
+ Illusion Casting
+ Intellect
+ Levitation
+ Possession
+ Psionic
+ Psychic
+ Telekinesis
+ Telepathy

The Phoenix offered to save Jean, but told her that she would need time to heal because her body was already far more damaged than her mind would allow her to realize. She accepted the entity's help and the Phoenix siphoned a small piece of her essence and created a copy of Jean’s body for itself. Also, it took Jean’s withered, damaged body and placed it inside a healing cocoon, which (unbeknownst to anyone but the Phoenix itself) was to be buried in the very spot that the shuttle crashed: Jamaica Bay, near JFK Airport in New York City. As the shuttle skidded across the water and came to a halt, the solar probe shot out of the damaged space craft. One by one all of the remaining X-Men and space station/shuttle personnel swam up from the bottom. However, as the precious seconds flew by, Jean was nowhere to be found among the debris. Just as Cyclops attempted to dive down, desperate for a sign of his love's survival, the water began to glow and "Jean," (in reality the Phoenix, but no one would discover this for some time to come) burst from the water and flew in the air wearing a brand new costume, loudly stating "I am Phoenix." Thus the Phoenix/Jean entity was born.

Phoenix (all the while posing as Jean, therefore being referred to as such) then joined the X-Men on several missions, even following them to the Shi’ar galaxy where she single-handedly healed the breach in the M’Kraan Crystal torn by the megalomaniacal Shi’ar Emperor, D’Ken. Lilandra, D'Ken's sister and heiress to the throne, took note of the immense power held by the mortal "Jean Grey," and became concerned as to the fate of such a destructive force. She hid her concern from all for the sake of her love, Xavier (who, during the conflict with D'Ken had developed an intense psychic/emotional relationship with the stunning alien Empress). Later, during a battle with Magneto, Phoenix and Beast believed the rest of the X-Men to have perished. Without Cyclops and the rest of her "family," Phoenix decided to head to Moira's facility on Muir Island. During the trip, she was taken in by a very powerful illusion created by a member of the Inner Circle of the Hellfire Club, Jason Wyngarde. Through these intense hallucinations, Wyngarde (with the help of another Inner Circle member, Emma Frost) was able to convice Phoenix that she had dreamt everything about her life so far. The duo led her to believe she was really an English noblewoman from the 18th century that was sailing to her homeland from America to be married to Wyngarde. During a notable debacle with Moira’s son, Proteus, she fell prey once again to this illusion, just long enough to allow her to be taken out by the Dr. MacTaggart's offspring. This psychic reprogramming of the Phoenix's mind went on for several months.


First Appearance: Adventures of Cyclops and Phoenix (1994) #4

Other Identities:
Jean Grey (Marvel)
Marvel Girl (Marvel)(01 - Jean Grey)

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Issue Appearances:
'Nuff Said (2002)
Adventures of Cyclops and Phoenix (1994)
All-New X-Men (2013)
Archangel (1996)
Art Fantastix (2000)
Astonishing X-Men (1999)
Avengers Vs. X-Men (2012)
Avengers vs. X-Men Program (2012)
Avengers vs. X-Men: Infinite (2012)
Beavis and Butt-Head (1994)
Beavis und Butt-Head (1994)
Cable (1993)
Cable (2017)
Cable/Machine Man '98 (1998)
Captain America (1998)
Contest of Champions II (1999)
Cyclops (2001)
Dan Brereton: The Goddess & The Monster (2010)
Dark Reign: The Cabal (2009)
Dark X-Men: The Confession (2009)
DC Versus Marvel/Marvel Versus DC (1996)
DC/Marvel: All Access (1996)
Deadpool (2013)
Essential X-Men (1995)
Eternals (2008)
Excalibur (1988)
Fantastic Four (1998)
Fear Itself: The Worthy (2011)
Further Adventures of Cyclops and Phoenix (1996)
Gambit (1999)
Gambit & Bishop (2001)
Generations: Phoenix & Jean Grey (2017)
Girl Comics (2010)
Guardians of the Galaxy (2013)
Hero Initiative: Mike Wieringo (2008)
Hot Shots: X-Men (1996)
Iron Age: Omega (2011)
Iron Man (1998)
Iron Man: Fatal Frontier (2013)
Jean Grey (2017)
Journey Into Mystery (1952)
Marvel 75th Anniversary Celebration (2014)
Marvel Encyclopedia (2002)
Marvel Encyclopedia (2014)
Marvel Europa (2008)
Marvel Holiday Special (1991)
Marvel Masters (2007)
Marvel Milestones: Beast & Kitty Pryde (2006)
Marvel Previews (2003)
Marvel Swimsuit Special (1992)
Marvel Triple Action (2009)
Marvel Universe: The End (2003)
Marvel Valentine Special (1997)
Marvel vs. Capcom: Official Complete Works (2012)
Marvel Weihnachtsspecial (1998)
Mutants Vs. Ultras: First Encounters (1995)
Mystique (2003)
New Mutants (2003)
New X-Men (2001)
Nightcrawler (2014)
Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A to Z (2008)
Onslaught: Marvel Universe (1996)
Onslaught: X-Men (1996)
Origins of Marvel Comics: X-Men (2010)
Phoenix Resurrection: The Return of Jean Grey (2018)
Punisher Kills the Marvel Universe (1995)
Quicksilver (1997)
Ramos art-n-out Hip Sketchbook (2010)
Rogue (2001)
Ryhmä-X / X-Men (1984)
Sabretooth Special (1996)
Scarlet Spider (2012)
Secret Avengers (2010)
Silver Surfer (1987)
Spider-Man Team-Up (1995)
Storm (1996)
Strange Tales II (2010)
Superheroes: The Heroic Visions of Boris Vallejo and Julie Bell (2000)
The All New Exiles Vs. X-Men (1995)
The CBLDF Presents Liberty Annual (2010)
The Enchantress: Illustrative Art of Dan Brereton (2014)
The Incredible Hulk (1968)
The Iron Age (2011)
The Marvel Encyclopedia (2006)
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Book of the Dead 2004 (2004)
The Order (2002)
The Phoenix Resurrection: Aftermath (1996)
The Phoenix Resurrection: Genesis (1995)
The Phoenix Resurrection: Revelations (1995)
The Punisher (2000)
The Sensational Spider-Man (1996)
The Uncanny Dave Cockrum... A Tribute (2004)
Thunderbolts (1997)
Travis Charest Sketchbook (2005)
Uncanny X-Men (1963)
What If? Astonishing X-Men (2010)
What If? X-Men - Rise And Fall of the Shi'ar Empire (2008)
What If...? (1989)
Wolverine (1988)
Wolverine (2003)
Wolverine (2010)
Wolverine [GER] (1997)
Wolverine and the X-Men (2014)
Wolverine and the X-Men Magazine (2009)
Wolverine Comic Reader (2013)
Wolverine Encyclopedia (1996)
Wolverine: First Class (2008)
Wolverine: Saudade (2006)
Wolverine: Tales of Weapon X (2009)
Women of Marvel: Celebrating Seven Decades Handbook (2010)
X-23 (2018)
X-23: Target X (2007)
X-Factor (2002)
X-Factor (2006)
X-Force (1991)
X-Man (1995)
X-Men (1991)
X-Men [GER] (2001)
X-Men and Spider-Man: Time's Arrow (1998)
X-Men Fairy Tales (2006)
X-Men Forever (2001)
X-Men Legacy (2008)
X-Men Onslaught Preview (1998)
X-Men Prime (1995)
X-Men Revolution Genesis Edition (2000)
X-Men Special (1998)
X-Men Unlimited (1993)
X-Men Unlimited (2004)
X-Men vs. The Brood (1996)
X-Men: Black Sun (2000)
X-Men: Clan Destine (1996)
X-Men: Curse of the Mutants Saga (2010)
X-Men: Enter the Phoenix (1996)
X-Men: Future History - The Messiah War Sourcebook (2009)
X-Men: Interactive Comic Book (1996)
X-Men: Messiah Complex - Mutant Files (2007)
X-Men: Millennial Visions (2000)
X-Men: Phoenix - Endsong (2005)
X-Men: Phoenix Force Handbook (2010)
X-Men: Prelude To Schism (2011)
X-Men: The Adventures of Cyclops and Phoenix (2014)
X-Men: The Search for Cyclops (2000)
X-Men: The Times and Life of Lucas Bishop (2009)
X-Men: The Ultra Collection (1994)
X-Men: Yearbook 1999 (2000)
X-Men/Dr. Doom '98 (1998)
X-Men/WildC.A.T.s: The Dark Age (1998)
X-Treme X-Men (2001)
Xavier Institute Alumni Yearbook (1996)
Young X-Men (2008)
Youngblood/X-Force (1996)

Video Game Appearances:
X-Men: Next Dimension (2002)

Group Affiliation(s):
The Twelve (01 - Mutants)
X-Men (Marvel)(01 - Mutants)

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