Ariel (Marvel)(03 - Fallen Angels)
Real Name: Ariel
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Like all members of her extraterrestrial race, Ariel can bend space so that she can create a space warp connecting two points that may otherwise lie great distances apart. There are no known limits on the range that Ariel's space warps may cover; she has created warps that enabled her to travel over interstellar distance from one planet to another in distant solar system. However, Ariel needs an actual doorway that can be opened and closed to serve as a focal point for her power. In addition, there must be another doorway at the receiving end of the warp. By stepping through the doorway, one journeys through the space warp that she has created.
In addition, Ariel is the sole mutant member of her race, possessing the mutant ability to cause others through psionic means to believe what she says or to do what she tells them, whether they would otherwise voluntarily wish to do so or not.
A native of the world called Coconut Grove, Ariel was sent to Earth to collect mutants for experimentation as her race no longer was producing mutants and fear a stall in the evolutionary process. Her powers of connecting doorways were supposedly common on her planet and involved advanced physics. However after collecting members of the Fallen Angels, New Mutants (Sunspot, Warlock) and X-men (Madrox, Siryn), cerebro detected that she was in fact a mutant and her race held her captive as well. Given the chance, she helped he captors excape and joined the Fallen Angels for good.
First Appearance: Fallen Angels (1987) #2
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Essential Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe - Update '89 (2006)
Fallen Angels (1987)
#2 New Mutants (2009)
- 'I'll Take the High Road and I'll take the Low Road'#3
- 'Every Card Is Wild'#4
- 'A Devil Among the Angels'#5
- 'Lost and Found'#6
- 'The Coconut Grove'#7
- 'Triple Cross'#8
- 'Grownups and Children'
#12 Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A To Z Update (2010)
- 'Second Coming: Chapter 3'
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe (1989)
#1 X-Factor (1986)
- 'Adversary to Chameleon'#3
- 'Eon to Hulk'
#17 X-Men Legacy (2008)
- 'Die, Mutants, Die!'
- 'Suppressing the Fire: Part 1'#227
- 'Suppressing the Fire: Part 2'#229
- 'Devil at the Crossroads: Part 3'#230
- 'Devil at the Crossroads: Part 4'#234
- 'The Telltale Heart'#235
- 'Second Coming: Chapter 4'#259
- 'Half a Step Part One'#260
- 'Half a Step Part Two'
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