Angel Salvadore

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Angel Salvadore in New X-Men v1 #119.

Angel Salvadore is a female comic superhero who features in Marvel Comics.



Angel Salvadore


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Powers and abilities


  • Angel Salvadore was created by Grant Morrison and Ethan Van Sciver where she made her first appearance in New X-Men v1 #118 (November, 2001).

Alternate Versions

In other media


  • In X-Men: First Class, Angel Salvadore appeared in the live-action film where she was portrayed by actor ZoĆ« Kravitz. This version was shown to be secretly a Mutant who livd as a stripper at a club in 1962. She was one of a number of Mutants recruited by Charles Xavier and Erik Lehnsherr in forming a team to stop Sebastian Shaw along with his Hellfire Club. During training, their base was struck by Shaw who offered a number of the Mutants the chance to join him with Angel switching sides as he embarked on his scheme to escalate the Cuban Missile Crisis by provoking hostilities between the United States and Soviet Union. This saw her turn against her former teammates in the newly formed X-Men where she fought Banshee but was taken down by Havok. After Shaw's death, she joined Magneto as he recruited a number of Mutants as part of his own plan in ensuring Mutant dominance where he severed his ties with Xavier with Angel joining his team.
  • In X-Men: Days of Future Past, Angel Salvadore was only referenced as Tempest in the live-action film where she was initially mentioned in viral marketing as being among the Mutant's killed by Project Wideawake's operatives. Mystique infiltrated the office of Bolivar Trask where she found autopsy reports of the captured Mutants with these including those on Angel Salvadore. Magneto revealed that Angel was among those experimented on by Trask between 1962 and 1973 with one of her wings appearing in a glass case in storage.


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