Real Name: Marcus Andrews
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Rem-Ram is able to expand the subconscious mind of those around him, sending them into a dream state where he can scan and manipulate the repressed thoughts found in their minds.
Little is known of the past of the mutant known as Rem-Ram apart from that he is from Antwerp in Belgium. He is discovered by Fabian Cortez, who manipulates the boy into joining the Acolytes. Rem-Ram is manipulated into using his powers against the X-Men specifically Xavier. Xavier's natural telepathy makes him resistant to Rem-Ram's powers. His dreams are not affected directly, only altered slightly.
However, Fabian boosts Rem-Ram's powers and he, Xaiver and the X-Men all become linked. This awakens Xaiver to the nature of the situation. The X-Men are directed to fight the Acolytes. During the confrontation, Rem-Ram is again ordered to attack Xaiver. He does not wish to, fearing the pain that would result. In anger, Cortez attacks Rem-Ram, calling him a traitor. Rogue saves Rem-Ram.
Some of the Acolytes ask for asylum, which Xaiver refuses.
Rem-Ram later moves to the mutant-haven island of Genosha. Cassandra Nova, the genetic twin of Professor Charles Xavier, uses a skyscraper-sized Sentinel to attack the island. Sixteen million people, including Rem-Ram, die that day.
The Collective, a mysterious being with dozens of super-powers itself, is being hunted by the New Avengers. They come to Genosha on their search and encounter zombies, including Rem-Ram's reanimated form.
His real name is revealed in a Marvel Official Handbook, and finally confirmed in X-Force #21.
First Appearance: X-Men: Magneto War (1999) #1
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Magneto: Dark Seduction (2000)
#1 Marvel Encyclopedia (2002)
- 'The Masada Maneuver'
X-Men: Magneto War (1999)
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