Jean Grey, or Jean Grey-Summers, is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics and is a founding member of the X-Men. Jean Grey has been known under the aliases Marvel Girl, Phoenix, and Dark Phoenix. Created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby, the character first appeared in The X-Men #1 (September 1963).
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Jean Grey is a fictional comic book superheroine appearing in books published by Marvel Comics. She has been known under the aliases Marvel Girl and later, Phoenix and Dark Phoenix, and is best known as one of five original members of the X-Men, for her relationship with Cyclops, and for her central role and transformation in the classic X-Men storyline, "The Dark Phoenix Saga".
Jean Grey is a mutant born with telepathic and telekinetic powers. Her powers first manifested when she saw her childhood friend being hit by a car. She is a caring, nurturing figure, but she also must deal with being an Omega-level mutant and the physical manifestation of the cosmic Phoenix Force. She faces death several times in the history of the series, first in the classic "Dark Phoenix Saga" but due to her connection with the Phoenix Force, she, as her namesake implies, rises from death.
Jean is an important figure in the lives of other Marvel universe characters, mostly the X-Men, including her husband Cyclops; her mentor and father-figure Charles Xavier; her close friend and sometimes romantic interest Wolverine; Storm, who is her best friend and a sister-like figure; and genetic children Rachel Summers, X-Man, and Cable.
The character is present for much of the X-Men's history, and she is featured in all three X-Men animated series and several video games. Famke Janssen portrayed Jean in the X-Men films. She is a playable character in X-Men Legends (2004), X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse (2005), Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 (2009) and Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds (2011), and appears as an enemy in the first Marvel: Ultimate Alliance. In 2006, IGN rated Jean Grey #6 on their list of Top 25 X-Men from the past forty years.
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Superheroine, Cosmic host of White Phoenix of the Crown, headmistress, teacher, student and fashion model
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Member of the X-Men
Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters
Charles Xavier (Professor X), Warren K. Worthington III (Archangel), Henry Philip McCoy (Beast), Scott Summers (Cyclops), Robert Louis Drake (Iceman), Susan Storm (Invisible Woman), James Howlett (Wolverine), Ororo Munroe (Storm), Rachel Grey
Liam Grey (deceased), Roger Grey (deceased)
Sara Grey- Bailey (deceased), Juila Grey (deceased)
Rachel Grey (daughter), Nathan Grey (son)
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