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Evangeline Whedon (Marvel)

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Powers:
[b]Blood Related Dragon Morphing[/b]: Able to shapeshift into a dragon after coming into contact with blood.

Bio:
Vange Whedon is a lawyer and a member of the Mutant Rights Coalition (or Mutant Rights League). Her ability to shapeshift is triggered when she comes in contact with blood. Evangeline used to be a successful prosecutor until others soon learned that she was a mutant. She was fired instantly and evicted from her apartment the next day. Her fiancÚ left her with an e-mail and her family disowned her.

When the X-Men Bishop and Sage were being held in police custody, Whedon and the Mutant Rights League staged a protest for their release. While Evangeline was talking to Detective Cardones, a human struck the detective with a brick. The blood from the wound dripped on to Whedon, and caused her to shapeshift involuntarily. She transformed into a beast that resembled a dragon, and was out of control. Sage was able to stop Vange momentarily, while Bishop calmed her down enough to revert to her human form.

Evangeline was called to Los Angeles when the X-Men needed legal help. Evangeline succeeded in getting Marie D'Ancanto, an anti-mutant terrorist given a second chance by the X-Men, under probation and hired her as an assistant. Evangeline also helped the X-Men against a lawyer secretly working for the psychic mutant Elias Bogan.

[u]After M-Day[/u]

She kept her powers after the Decimation of the mutant population, the government considered her a 'Significant' national security threat.

Evangeline later joined the mutants on Utopia and was among them when the Nimrods were invading the island.

She was later put on the case of Primal (Teon Macik), when his parents wanted him back, but wasn't really motivated into helping the X-Men.


Notes:


First Appearance: X-Treme X-Men (2001) #21

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Issue Appearances:
Generation Hope (2011)
Heroic Age: X-Men (2011)
New X-Men (2004)
Uncanny X-Men (1963)
X-Men: The 198 Files (2006)
X-Men: The End: Book 3: Men & X-Men (2006)
X-Treme X-Men (2001)

Group Affiliation(s):
X-Treme X-Men (Marvel)

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