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Examples of "decimation_storyline"
She was confirmed to have lost her powers after the events of the 2005 "Decimation" storyline.
Following the "Decimation" storyline, the student population drastically decreases, and Frost, without consulting Cyclops, decides to revamp the entire workings of the school.
In the "Decimation" storyline, it is seen in the 198 files, that he is one of the few mutants to retain their powers after the events of M-Day.
As a story element, the character was both a retcon and a plot instigation. The writer created the character as a reason for Beast to research the "M-Day" of the "Decimation" storyline. As part of this, the character was killed in a car crash at start of "X-Men: Endangered Species" and given a previously unknown back story with Cyclops.
Following the events of the "Decimation" storyline, and the decimation of the majority of the world's mutant populace, the team shifts their attention to aiding the remaining mutant populace, liaising with the US Government's O*N*E program. Storm chooses to work in Africa, to help the people of her native land.
In the aftermath of the "Decimation" storyline, Madrox, after meeting with Singularity CEO Damian Tryp, asks Siryn to find out more about the Decimation from the heroes who might have been involved. She learns from Spider-Man that the X-Men (who had denied any involvement), as well as Quicksilver were, in fact, central to the ending of that event.
During the 2005 "Decimation" storyline, in which 90% of the mutants lose their powers, Storm is among the 198 mutants who retain their powers. Also that year, the miniseries "Ororo: Before the Storm" by writer Mark Sumerak retold her backstory in greater detail, concentrating on her relationship with surrogate father figure Achmed el-Gibar during her childhood.
Hope Summers is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The superheroine first appeared in "X-Men" #205 in 2007 (Chapter five of the "" storyline). She is the first mutant born after the events of the "House of M" and "Decimation" storyline.
In writer Peter David's second run on "X-Factor", which begins in late 2005 in the aftermath Marvel's "Decimation" storyline, Strong Guy moves to New York City to become the enforcer for his friend Madrox's detective agency, X-Factor Investigations, on which this incarnation of the "X-Factor" series is centered. In so doing, he rejoins many of his former teammates from the previous, government-sponsored incarnation of X-Factor. The team included Wolfsbane, Rictor, Siryn and Monet at first.
Ultimately Stryfe would be brought back to life as a time anomaly, having shown up out of the blue alongside the Dark Riders during a crossover between Cable and X-Man and would go on to bedevil the X-Men until his most death during the Gambit/Bishop mini-series. Stryfe would yet again return after the "Decimation" storyline and appeared to perish again, although it is unknown if it is a Stryfe from another reality.
"Decimation" is a storyline event published by Marvel Comics in 2005, spinning out of the events of the "House of M" limited series. The event started with a one-shot issue and took place in a number of various series all carrying the "Decimation" logo on the cover. The 2005 mini-series "Generation M", "Sentinel Squad O*N*E", "" and "" were all launched specifically for the "Decimation" storyline. The various stories were collected in five Trade paper backs.
In "New X-Men: Academy X" a new group of Hellions were introduced, this time they were a part of the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning, the Hellions was one of several factions that the students were divided into including the New Mutants, with whom they had a rivalry. After the majority of mutants lost their powers in the "Decimation" storyline the Hellions were combined into one squad as the number of mutants was greatly reduced.
General Demetrius Lazer was a villain and enemy of the X-Men. He debuted on " Decimation: House of M -- The Day After", the one-shot issue that marked the end of the House of M crossover and the beginning of the Decimation storyline. Lazer was the Director of the Office of National Emergency (O*N*E), a United States government agency dedicated to the response against superhuman threats, particularly those involving mutants. During his rulership, he has the mutant Johnny Dee control Magma into killing the mysterious Mr. M. Valerie Cooper, long-time X-Men ally and O*N*E member, ends up breaking his kneecaps in the resulting confrontation.
Fatale is de-powered during the "Decimation" storyline. She later resurfaces in the 2007 "X-Cell" storyline in "X-Factor" vol. 3, alongside fellow former mutant Blob as part of the terrorist group X-Cell. After Blob attempts to steal food from Multiple Man and Rictor, resulting in a fight between Rictor and Blob, she is forced to step in and attack Multiple Man, recognizing him only after the blow creates a duplicate, one with no moral or physical difficulty with breaking her arm. She stabs the dupe with a concealed poisoned blade, before fleeing.
Shaw is confirmed as being one of a handful of mutants who retained their powers following the 2005 "Decimation" storyline. Sometime after that Shaw is killed by his father, and then resurrected by Selene. He is then sent with Harry Leland to kill his father and Donald Pierce. His ultimate fate is uncertain, as it is unknown if he was among the mutants teleported to Genosha by Blink to serve as a sacrifice to Selene or if he was among the mutants that managed to escape Utopia.
The Blob (Frederick J. "Fred" Dukes) is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character is usually depicted as an adversary of the X-Men. A mutant originally depicted as an obese circus freak, the Blob claims to be immovable when he so desires. He possesses an extreme amount of pliable body mass, which grants him superhuman strength. Possessing the mindset of a bully, he mostly uses his powers for petty crime and as a member of the Brotherhood of Mutants and Freedom Force. He is one of the most prominent, long-running mutants to be depowered as a result of the "Decimation" storyline.
In the aftermath of the 2005 "Decimation" storyline, in which most of the mutants lost their powers, Apocalypse was revealed to be alive and well. The techno-organic virus, with which he long ago infected Cable, was revealed to be the means by which Apocalypse's spirit reconstituted itself. With only a drop of his blood into a vat of organs and blood, the virus would rewrite the genetic code of the material within to form a body for Apocalypse. Apocalypse awakes from a slumber in a tomb in Akkaba, recalling:
The "" reshuffle of titles in 2004 led to Claremont returning to "Uncanny" with issue #444. The stories addressed the new status quo established by Morrison. Claremont remained until #473. His final story was the "Death of the Greys" in 2006, as part of the "Decimation" storyline, where the vast majority of mutants had lost their powers. He was replaced by Ed Brubaker, who wrote a 12-part epic space opera story "The Rise and Fall of the Shi'ar Empire", as a follow-up to his miniseries "". After this the title led into the "" crossover event, dealing with the first mutant birth since the Decimation.
Madame Web was a clairvoyant, and precognitive mutant who first showed up to help Spider-Man find a kidnap victim. Madame Web was not one of the mutants that lost their power during the "Decimation" storyline. She was attacked by Sarah and Ana Kravinoff, who killed her, but not before she was able to pass her powers of precognition as well as her blindness on to Julia Carpenter, who became the next Madame Web. Webb is the grandmother of the fourth Spider-Woman, Charlotte Witter.
Jubilee was also depowered during the "Decimation" storyline and was shown lamenting her lost powers, but reluctant to ask Wolverine for help, convincing herself that she needed to grow up and handle it herself. Subsequently she was briefly shown in issue #2 of "Generation M" and later seen in "Wolverine: Origins" #10. After being injured after a battle with Omega Red, she was taken away for medical attention by S.H.I.E.L.D.. She since returned in the second issue of "New Warriors" (vol. 4), in which she is known as Wondra and uses technology to mimic superpowers, in particular gauntlets which enhance her strength to superhuman levels. Recruited by Night Thrasher, she was suspicious of his motivations and his most outspoken critic.