All The Avengers Who Were Also X-Men

X-Men
X-Men

If you’re an avid reader of Marvel comics, then you’re probably aware that the company is home to a plethora of heroes who have been featured in both the X-men and Avengers franchises. Both schools of superheroes have crossed paths with each other once in a while.

Here, we’ll be tackling the most famous Avengers who have also been part of Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters, showcasing how these talented individuals tipped the scales in most favor one side or another via their abilities and contributions.

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What Are The Avengers And X-Men?

The Avengers
The Avengers

The Avengers are a team of heroes from Marvel Comics who consist of people with extraordinary abilities and powers, including the ability to fly and shoot energy beams from their hands.

The X-Men are a group of superheroes that protect human mutants as well as fight for peace with other species such as Mutates. To be an Avenger, one must have a “superpower” which is one way they’re different from the X-Men.

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Avengers Who Are Also X-Men

X-Men
X-Men 

In an alternate universe, Tony Stark/Iron Man was a member of Westchester’s X-factor in an alternate universe. The Asgardian god Thor was also once the protector of planet Earth under Professor Xavier’s leadership.  

One of the most beloved characters, Peter Parker/Spider-Man regularly attends Xavier’s school. He battled his arch-nemesis Doctor Octopus who is also a mutant villain. Steve Rogers/Captain America was both an Avenger and Union Jack. One of the villains of Spiderman, Green Goblin is a mutant. Tony Stark becomes the Emperor of Europe, which is also an alternative version of him in the Earth X series. 

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Professor X is the founder and headmaster of Xavier’s School for Gifted Children and leader to all mutants on Earth in Marvel comics. Magneto was a mentor to young Jean Grey and used more violent means to defend mutant rights. Scott Summers aka Cyclops was another member of Professor X’s original X-men. He was the first to die while in battle with the phalanx. Apart from these, Spider-Woman, Jean Grey, Iceman, and Reed Richards are also part of both X-Men and Avengers.

In conclusion, it is important to learn which heroes have once been a man. The X-men are arguably the most famous superhero team of all because they are a diverse bunch, consisting of mutants with unique powers, and mutants with similar powers. It is for this reason that there are many instances where Marvel characters have been introduced as part of the Avengers team.

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