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List of All Brotherhood of Evil Mutants Members

Updated October 13, 2018 9.1k views78 items

Here is the full roster of the Marvel Comics supervillain team, the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, one of the most published superhero groups in comic book history. Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, the comic book supervillain group made their first appearance in Uncanny X-Men #4 (1964). Devoted to mutant superiority over humans, the Brotherhood is one of the X-Men's most powerful enemies. Who are all the members in the Brotherhood of Mutants?

The original Brotherhood of Mutants lineup includes leader Magneto, Toad, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, Blob, and Mastermind. Throughout the years, Mystique, Daken, and Mesmero have all become Brotherhood leaders. This list of all Brotherhood of Mutants members features many popular Marvel characters, like Juggernaut, Sabretooth, and Rogue,

Did you forget who is in the Brotherhood of Mutants? Check out the complete list of Brotherhood of Mutants members below.

  • Thornn

    Feline appearance; enhanced senses and agility; healing factor; sharp claws, fangs and prehensile tail.
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  • Dark Beast

    Superhuman speed
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  • Fatale

    Invisibility, Shapeshifting
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  • Random

    Shapeshifting
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  • Havok

    Energy blasts, Ability to absorb cosmic energy
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  • Ever

    Telepathy
  • Nate Grey

    Flight, Psychokinesis
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  • Aurora

    Flight, Superhuman speed
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  • Professor X

    Extrasensory perception, Psychokinesis
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  • Mimic

    Flight
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  • Post

    Superhuman strength, Teleportation
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  • Crimson Commando

    Non-superhuman physical perfection (peak state possible for baseline humans), Cyborg implants
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  • Sabretooth

    Healing factor, Superhuman speed
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  • Martinique Jason, also known as Mastermind, is a fictional mutant supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe. She first appeared in Wolverine/Gambit: Victims #1 as a 'dead' woman in an illusion, and...  more
  • Fever Pitch

    Flight, Fire bursts
    Fever Pitch is a fictional villain created by Marvel comics as a member of the second incarnation of the mutant terrorist organization Gene Nation and later as a member of X-Corps. He was one of the...  more
  • Xorn

    Telepathy, Healing powers
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  • Basilisk

    Paralyzing light pulse projection
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  • Barnell Bohusk

    Flight, Energy blasts
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  • Ernst

    Super-human strength
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  • Stepford Cuckoos

    Telepathic hive-like super-mind, telekinesis
  • Martha Johansson

    Telepathy
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  • Exodus

    Flight, Psychokinesis
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  • Black Tom Cassidy

    Concussive blasts via wooden mediums, Plant manipulation
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  • Juggernaut

    Healing factor
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