Callisto is a female comic character who features in Marvel Comics.
Within the ruins of Genosha, she was approached by Quicksilver who had regained his powers and offered Callisto the means for her restoring her own abilities. This was the Terrigen Mists that he had stolen from Attilan and inhaling it seemingly did return Callisto's powers. After Pietro left though, her senses went out of control leaving her in intense pain as her abilities overwhelmed her senses with her telling Magneto that it was due to Quicksilver's cure. (Son of M v1 #4)
Following the establishment of Krakoa, the nation saw the resurrection of many slain Mutants and the invitation of their kind in large numbers to the living island. Among them included Callisto who was offered a place in the Hellfire Trading Company at the invitation of Emma Frost who had her as the White Knight in her faction. As White Knight, she was to help in securing Frost's factions assets as Krakoan medicinals were being sold to people around the world. Among her first assignments was to be sent to Island M to meet up with the Red Queen who was Kitty Pryde and her team of X-Men. Callisto was also tasked to meet with Mutants that had not moved to Krakoa and to convince them to move to the island. (Marauders v1 #7)
Personality and attributes
Powers and abilities
She noted that when making love that her senses made her experience it to a far greater extent than a normal person. (Son of M v1 #4)
- Callisto was created by Chris Claremont and Paul Smith where she made her first appearance in Uncanny X-Men v1 #169 (May, 1983).
In other media
- In X-Men, Callisto appeared in the animated television series where she was voiced by an uncredited actor.
- In X-Men: Evolution, Callisto appeared in the animated television series where she was voiced by actor Saffron Henderson.
- In X-Men: The Last Stand, Callisto appeared in the live-action film where she was portrayed by actor Dania Ramirez.
- Uncanny X-Men v1: (1983)
- Son of M v1:
- Marauders v1: (2020)