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Annalee (Marvel)
Real Name: Annalee
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Powers:
Annalee was an empath. She was able to read and alter the emotions of others to suit her own desires.

Bio:
Very little is known about Annalee's origin and history, but it is suggested that Annalee's children were early victims of the supervillain known as Scalphunter. Presumably a homeless vagrant, Annalee was one of the first Morlocks created by Callisto.

Driven mad by the untimely death of her own children, Annalee has attempted to replace them with several failed kidnappings. With the aid of the sociopathic mutant Masque and the morlock Beautiful Dreamer she captured the Power children and attempted to transform them into a surrogate family. Her efforts nearly suceeded, but were thwarted by Katie Power (then known as Energizer) who escaped and contacted the X-Men. After a short battle she was forced to release them. She soon found other children to adopt, namely the mutants Leech and Artie

Annalee was killed during the so-called Mutant Massacre by the supervillain massacring Marauders.

Notes:


First Appearance: Power Pack (1984) #12

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Issue Appearances:
Power Pack (1984)
Ryhmä-X / X-Men (1984)
Sabretooth Classic (1994)
The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition (1985)
Uncanny X-Men (1963)

Group Affiliation(s):
Morlocks (Marvel)

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