District X

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After M-Day, the powers of many Mutants in the area were lost leading to the region turning into a ghetto. (Uncanny X-Men v1 #490)
  
 
==Overview==
 
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It was once a thriving community of Mutants where they could live among their own kind and feel that they belonged. (Uncanny X-Men v1 #490)
  
 
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==

Revision as of 13:20, 14 March 2017

District X is a place that features in Marvel Comics.

Contents

History

After M-Day, the powers of many Mutants in the area were lost leading to the region turning into a ghetto. (Uncanny X-Men v1 #490)

Overview

It was once a thriving community of Mutants where they could live among their own kind and feel that they belonged. (Uncanny X-Men v1 #490)

Inhabitants

  • Mister M :

Notes

  • District X was created by Grant Morrison and John Paul Leon where it made its fist appearance in New X-Men v1 #127 (August, 2002).

In other media

Video games

  • In Marvel Heroes, Mutant Town appeared in the free MMORPG video game where it served as a playable map. It was founded after the increase in the Mutant population in New York City after Mutants felt they needed a place to call their own. However, it came under near constant attacks from the anti-Mutant Purifiers who wanted to kill all of its inhabitants.

Appearances

  • New X-Men v1:
  • Uncanny X-Men v1:

External Links

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