Marvel: 10 weirdest X-Men, ranked


The X-Men are Marvel’s first mutant team, made up of the most respected mutants on the planet. For the most part, the X-Men have made the most powerful, photogenic mutants, which makes a lot of sense, when a team battles the most dangerous villains they need the mutants who can do the most dangerous things. impressive.

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Mutants come in all sizes, however, and even those with the most useful powers aren’t always the most human mutants. The X-Men have had limbs of all kinds over the years and some of them have been way weirder than others.

ten Husk is one of the weirdest shapeshifters in the Marvel Universe

Husk is a Guthrie, a member of a family of powerful mutants. She’s a shapeshifter, which isn’t exactly weird, until you think about her name and how her powers work. She can transform into anything, even energy forms, but she does so by tearing off the skin to reveal her next form.

So while she looks pretty normal on the surface, Husk’s powers are just a little weird. Whenever she uses her powers, she leaves an envelope of skin or whatever she’s become behind, a disturbing byproduct.

9 Chamber’s powers blew up part of his face and chest

Chamber is a telepath, having started his career as a hero with the young team of Generation X mutants. Telepaths are quite common among the X-Men, but Chamber is a little different. Her body is a cauldron of psionic energy and when her powers manifested, that energy exploded outward, destroying half of her face and part of her chest.

The lower part of her face and her chest are a mass of bubbling energy. He uses his powers to communicate and fire blasts of psionic energy, making him useful in combat. It doesn’t change that there is something quite disconcerting about him.

8 Skin is a stretch mutant but in a different way


When you think of stretchy heroes, they think of someone like Mister Fantastic, who just has elastic skin. The skin has a power similar to Mister Fantastic but the mechanism is very different. When his mutant powers manifested, Skin gained an additional six feet of skin, which allowed him to stretch and enlarge his skin.

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It’s definitely a different way the expandable powers work, but it’s also a little weird in general. On top of that, he turned gray when his powers manifested.

7 No-Girl suffered the most horrific treatment inflicted by humans and it changed her forever

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No-Girl was introduced in Grant Morrison’s seminal New X-Men run and its story is one of the most tragic in X-Men history. Martha Johansson’s telepathic powers manifested and she was kidnapped by John Sublime’s U-Men. The group dissected her, removing her brain from her body and controlling it with drugs, using her powers on other mutants so they could dissect them as well.

Freed by the X-Men, she joined Xorn’s special class and was a member of various young mutant training teams, as a brain floating in a jar.

6 Marrow used his bones as weapons

Marrow’s mutant power caused her skeletal structure to grow uncontrollably, warping her and forcing her into hiding with the mutants known as Morlocks. Eventually becoming an anti-human terrorist, she would fight the X-Men and lose a fight to the death with Storm, which ripped her heart out. She was able to survive thanks to her second heart, biding her time until she plans her next move.

His powers allowed him to remove his extra bones and use them as weapons, usually taking the form of blunt or sharp bones. She would join the X-Men, learning self-control before leaving the team and being experienced by Weapon X.

5 The Xorn twins have the most interesting brains in the X-Men

Xorn and his brother have been victims of retcons for their entire existence. Originally just a mask that Magneto wore, it would be revealed that the strange story of the man with the brain star was not only true, but there were two of them. The Xorn twins, Shen and Kuan-Yin, have quite similar powers, except that Shen has a brain star and Kuan-Yin has a black hole.

Kuan-Yin would pose as Magneto and was the evil twin and Shen was the correct one. Shen ended up joining the X-Men for a while, then disappeared, although he recently reappeared in Krakoa, hanging out with his resurrected brother and the Legion.

4 Glob Herman’s monstrous appearance hides a sweet child

Glob Herman is another mutant who debuted during Morrison New X-Men and his unique look immediately sets him apart from other mutants. Its skin is made of a bio-paraffin wax, which allows it to take more damage than most due to its gelatinous nature. The wax is highly flammable, which he used to his advantage by setting himself on fire for added oomph.

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Glob’s massive, transparent body shows off his skeleton and organs. It makes him look monstrous, but he’s one of the nicest young X-Men around, unless he joined Kid Omega in a riot at Xavier’s house.

3 Maggot’s digestive system was outside of his body

Maggot turned out to be one of the worst X-Men of the ’90s, but he’s better than you think. A South African mutant, Maggot’s power has taken a bizarre turn. His digestive system became two maggots that he would release from his body. They could eat just about anything and when they came back to him they transferred nutrients to him, giving him superhuman strength.

His powers were quite interesting, making the whole thing look pretty new to body horror. However, it was all quite odd as well, and it had become all the more odd because of the South African slang he used for which readers of the time had little context.

2 Eyeboy is one of the strangest young mutants

Eyeboy is a great but disturbing visual. His body is covered with eyes, which gives him three hundred and sixty degree vision. This is only the beginning, however, as he can see the entire visual spectrum and beyond, even able to see magic. While his powers weren’t very useful for field operations, they proved essential to Krakoa’s new X-Factor mission.

Eyeboy’s greatness comes from his looks, the way his powers work and who he is as a person. His strangeness comes mainly from his appearance but not from who he is and his powers have proven to be much more useful as he has developed them.

1 The beak is a giant chicken

Chickens are one of the most common birds on the planet, but having the powers of one isn’t exactly something everyone would want. Beak’s mutation made him a human-sized chicken. It allowed him to fly and that’s really it, but Beak didn’t let that stop him, as he worked hard to be the best X-Man he could be.

People are used to bird-themed superheroes, but a chicken was a first. Beak made the most of it, even grabbing the girl as she looked like a plucked chicken. He’s become a fan favorite, and he’s easily one of the strangest mutants of all.

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