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Jean Grey (Earth-616)

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The battle triggered Phoenix's transformation into Dark Phoenix once more. Jean's telepathy was suppressed at a young age by Charles Xavier after she connected with her dying friend, Annie Richardson. Apocalypse would become one of Jean and the X-Factor's most persistent foes. For a long time, Scott refused to admit, even to himself, that he had feelings for Jean, afraid he would be hurt or that his optic blasts would hurt her - or anyone else he cared about. Cyclops became both conflicted and tormented by his actions as the original five X-Men, including his younger self, witnessed what he knew they would see, even if it wasn't the truth, him as a monster. Scott was also temporarily killed and resurrected on a mission to Ord's Breakworld.

Sinister allowed Stryfe to gain control of Cable's body. Meanwhile, a virus-free clone Rachel had grown from Nathan's healthy cells in case the virus killed him had been captured by Apocalypse who named him Stryfe and raised him to be his new host vessel for the next time Apocalypse needed to switch bodies. Jean exorcised the warlord from Cyclops, and Cable shattered his essence. She also sensed that Scott was being distant about something. When dozens of latent mutants were summoned to San Francisco by Mesmero and what seemed to be Magneto actually a robot duplicate , the X-Men reunited and were overpowered by the villains and their mutant army.

Xavier's will, his fortune was to be used for a trust fund, with the mansion becoming the property of the X-Men and Scott to act as a trustee for both the fund and the school [12]. When dozens of latent mutants were summoned to San Francisco by Mesmero and what seemed to be Magneto actually a robot duplicate , the X-Men reunited and were overpowered by the villains and their mutant army.

Scott was reunited with his brother Alex when the X-Men rescued Alex from the Living Pharaoh , though he refused the offer to return with Scott and the X-Men at that time. When most of his original students were captured by the sentient island-being Krakoa , Prof. Xavier sent another team comprised of Dr.

After the team freed Cyclops, they were seemingly killed. Cyclops escaped, but Prof. Xavier wiped the traumatizing knowledge that his new-found brother had seemingly died saving him from Cyclops' memories. Scott led this new team, this time successfully rescuing the original X-Men from Krakoa [13].

When Jean Grey and the other original X-Men left the fold following the formation of the new X-Men, Cyclops stayed-on as deputy leader, feeling that he would never be able to lead a normal life because of the uncontrollable nature of his powers [14] , though he continued to date Jean.

The new team was made up of individuals and loners, such as Wolverine, who quickly developed feelings for Jean. Shortly after Jean left the team, she, Prof. Xavier, Wolverine, and Banshee were kidnapped by Stephen Lang 's Sentinels and taken aboard his space station. The cockpit lacked the shielding needed protect the pilot from the lethal radiation. Peter Corbeau 's flight knowledge and volunteered to pilot. While guiding the shuttle to Earth with the other X-Men protected by the shielded part of the shuttle, the solar radiation finally proved to be too great [19] and she began to succumb to the radiation's lethal effects.

However, Jean did not die. The Phoenix Force responded to Jean's anguish and telepathic calls for help. It took on the form, memories, and personality of Jean by absorbing a portion of her consciousness.

The shuttle crashed into Jamaica Bay and the X-Men were shocked when "Jean" came out of the wreckage unharmed, calling herself Phoenix. Scott had no idea the woman he loved had been replaced by a cosmic being while the real Jean rested in a cocoon at the bottom of Jamaica Bay. Scott still believed that his parents had died in a plane accident and was unaware that they had been captured and sold into slavery by the Shi'ar Empire.

Phoenix and Storm learned of Corsair's identity, but he made them promise to keep the truth from Scott. Cyclops privately questioned his relationship with Jean, feeling that this reborn Jean was not the same Jean he had loved.

Yet, when he mistakenly believed her dead for an extended period of time Scott was not able to mourn Jean, and believed this meant he did not really love her anymore. Scott briefly dated Colleen Wing , [20] however, when Scott and Phoenix were reunited he rediscovered his love for her and they shared a passionate kiss on the way home.

Phoenix blocked Scott's optic blast giving him the chance to see her clearly. Scott and Phoenix shared an intimate night together. She was transformed into the Black Queen of their Inner Circle. After shaking Mastermind's control Phoenix underwent another transformation into the Dark Phoenix and soared through the universe, where she devoured an entire star and the five billion inhabitants of one of its planets.

When she returned to Earth Phoenix threatened to kill everyone, but Cyclops still tried to reach out to her. Professor Xavier was able to keep Phoenix under control and helped her will herself back to normal.

Scott finally proposed to the Phoenix as they were teleported away by the Shi'ar. The battle triggered Phoenix's transformation into Dark Phoenix once more. Phoenix understood that she would never be able to fully control the dark hunger inside and sacrificed herself on the moon. When the Phoenix committed suicide, Scott believed the love of his life had died and he left the X-Men.

Unsure of what to do anymore, Scott signed on as crew of a fishing boat captained by Lee Forrester , who helped him work through his grief. Scott and Lee found themselves shipwrecked in the Bermuda Triangle where they stumbled upon Magneto's new base of operations and Lee aided the X-Men in defeating Magneto.

Scott rejoined the team. When Corsair came to Earth for help with the Sidri , Scott recognized a certain medallion that Corsair was wearing, containing pictures of the Summers family.

At first, Scott was very angry at Corsair and Storm for keeping the truth from him, but Scott came to understand and forgave his father. Scott introduced Corsair to his other son, Alex. Corsair introduced Scott to his grandparents. Scott's grandparents owned North Star Airways, a shipping company in Alaska. At the Summers family reunion, Scott was shocked to meet Madelyne Pryor , a pilot for his grandparents who was identical in appearance to Jean Grey.

Scott became obsessed with Madelyne's similarity to Jean, unaware that Madelyne was a clone of Jean created and programmed by Sinister to fall in love with Scott to make use of their potentially powerful offspring for his own purposes. He learned that she was the sole survivor of a plane crash that happened on the exact same day that Phoenix died on the moon, another fabrication by Sinister.

Scott began to suspect that Madelyne was a reincarnation of Phoenix. He fell in love with her and proposed. Mastermind was stalking them and tricked Scott into believing Madelyne had turned into the Dark Phoenix. Mastermind used his illusions to make the X-Men believe Scott was the Dark Phoenix and set them against him. Following Mastermind's defeat, Scott and Madelyne were married. This experience prompted Scott to decide not to accompany his father to the stars or remain an X-Man, but to give Madelyne a normal life.

The happy couple settled in Anchorage. Scott met Rachel Summers , his daughter with Jean from an alternate future. Rachel called herself Phoenix and wore a similar outfit as the original, a fact that Scott protested. Rachel was shocked to discover that, unlike her own timeline, Jean Grey had died and Scott Summers was married to another woman instead. A short time later Madelyne revealed she was pregnant.

Rachel, after discovering that Scott would soon be the father of a child other than her, began to tap into the Phoenix Force and vowed to restore honor to her mother's name. Scott was away helping the X-Men when the child was born. Rachel established a psi-bond with Nathan, she adored and loved her brother, swearing to protect her little brother as long as she lived.

After being defeated, Scott retired from the X-Men with his wife and son in Alaska. Scott and Madelyne's marriage became strained because of Scott's priorities as a member of the X-men. Madelyne resented the fact that Scott was rarely home and that he continued to miss Jean. Scott became very distant, even leaving Madelyne in the middle of the night, Madelyne grew bitter feelings during that time.

Finally, the news came that Jean had been discovered alive at the bottom of the Jamaica Bay and Phoenix had been an impostor. Scott was hit hard and hid this news from Madelyne and began packing. He left Madelyne and baby Christopher despite Madelyne's warning that if he left her again, he would not be welcome back.

After meeting with Scott in New York , Jean decided that they should do something to help mutants, as she believed the X-Men had strayed from Professor Xavier's dream. Scoot couldn't control his remorseful feelings. The five original X-Men founded X-Factor , an organization that intended to seek out and aid mutants under the pretense of hunting down mutants as menaces to society.

The public assumed they were humans hunting mutants when in fact they were training young mutants in the use of their powers at the X-Factor Complex. Unsure what to do about Maddie, the baby, and Jean, Scott only felt useful when commanding his team. Scott attempted to contact Maddie, but the number was disconnected. At first, Scott tried to keep his marriage from Jean, but eventually the truth came out.

Jean noticed that Madelyne looked exactly liked her and she became very distruaght. The team battled Apocalypse and his Alliance of Evil. Apocalypse would become one of Jean and the X-Factor's most persistent foes.

He would soon be responsible for turning their teammate and friend Angel against them as the Horseman of Death. After beginning to fear for Madelyne's safety and feeling bad about abandoning his family, Scott went back to Alaska to look for them. Scott was unaware of Sinister's influence on his life. Sinister sent the Marauders to kill her and collect Nathan for him. She was shot multiple times and fell into a coma. She was taken to the hospital as a Jane Doe.

Sinister erased every record of Madelyne and the baby. Scott began to hallucinate and believe Jean, Madelyne, and the Phoenix Force had been the same woman all along. Scott's visions nearly led him to kill Jean before it was discovered they were actually holograms created by Cameron Hodge , the public relations manager of X-Factor trying to destroy them.

Scott and Jean began to grow close again as friends. Scott and Jean returned to the site on the moon where Phoenix had committed suicide and Jean acknowledged that Scott loved Phoenix and she had loved him and it really hurt her even more.

Meanwhile, Madelyne Pryor awoke from her coma and contacted the X-Men who agreed to protect her. X-Factor brought Angel out of his brainwashing. After their defeat of Apocalypse, his sentient Ship crash-landed on their Complex , and X-Factor began living in it.

X-Factor finally revealed the truth of their mutant origins and shed their disguise of mutant hunters. After saving the city from a series of fires from their battle with Apocalypse, X-Factor was given a ticker-tape parade. Scott had not only lost his wife but also his younger brother Alex. Using cryptic clues provided by Destiny , Scott and Jean returned to the orphanage Scott grew up in and found an entire laboratory in the basement with many children, including baby Christopher, in incubation pods.

Scott and Jean battled Nanny and Orphan-Maker for Scott's son, only to fail to prevent demons from snatching him. They had a happy moment as a family, Jean's feelings for the baby grew fonder. Scott was shocked to find out that his wife was alive. Madelyne started a fight, blaming Scott and Jean for the misery in her life.

She had seduced Alex and made him her Goblin Prince [29] [30]. The Goblin Queen locked herself, Nathan, and Jean inside a psionic barrier. The invasion was thwarted after Madelyne committed suicide in combat with Jean.

Sinister had then programmed Madelyne to fall in love with Scott, planning to make use of their potentially powerful offspring for his own evil purposes. Jean was forced to reintegrate the portion of herself that Phoenix had given to Madelyne. Scott finally learned that Mister Sinister had run the orphanage in which he was raised, provided the ruby-quartz lenses, and his role in Madelyne's creation.

Scott appeared to kill Sinister with an optic blast. Scott, Jean and Christopher grew closer as a family [ citation needed ]. Scott decided to take Nathan Christopher with him on missions. Nathan's other mutant powers began to manifest as a protective force bubble whenever he was in danger. Scott and Jean both taught Christopher to use his powers. Later, Scott proposed to Jean only to be turned down. They introduced Christopher to his sister.

Apocalypse infected the child with the Techno-Organic Virus , that was rapidly spreading through his body and, if not stopped, would kill him. A woman from the late 37th-early 39th century appeared calling herself Sister Askani.

She claimed to be a member of the Clan Askani that had technology in her future that might be able to save Nathan. However, she could only risk one time jump without destroying herself.

Distraught, Cyclops chose to send his son into the future rather than watch him die in the present, Scott and Jean both were very hurt seeing their son go. For some time, Scott had no way of knowing if Askani's cure had been successful. X and returned to his school.

Beast began calling Scott "Fearless Leader". Fellow Blue Team member and telepath Psylocke tried to lure Cyclops into infidelity, influencing his mind behind Jean's back. Xavier and Scott asked Alex to lead the new government sponsored X-Factor. Meanwhile, a mysterious soldier called Cable had reorganized New Mutants, Xavier's junior mutant team, into an outlaw team called X-Force. Mister Sinister returned, this time posing as Apocalypse and commanding his Horsemen.

Sinister sent the Horsemen of Apocalypse to capture Cyclops and Jean and then turned the couple over to Stryfe [36] in exchange for a canister containing a genetic matrix he was led to believe contained Summers' family genetic material. Torturing Scott and Jean, Stryfe claimed that he was Scott's son Nathan returned from the future and seeking revenge for being abandoned Scoot and jean were both upset and they tried to convince him that they did it for his own good.

Stryfe claimed that Cable, who shared the same face as Stryfe, was a clone of Nathan. On the lunar surface of the moon, Cable and Stryfe both vanished into the time-stream after a temporal device exploded.

Scott thought he had lost his son a second time. After Psylocke passionately kissed Scott he took a leave from the X-Men to meet with his grandparents in Alaska.

Sinister informed Scott that instead of the genetic matrix he had desired, Stryfe had betrayed him and given him the deadly mutant killing Legacy Virus which Sinister had accidentally released. Sinister let slip that there was another Summers brother but did not name Gabriel. Suddenly, Apocalypse's Dark Riders appeared to test Scott's worthiness.

Sinister aided Scott against the Dark Riders for a brief time before teleporting away. Cable found his way back to the present. Sinister appeared and informed Cable that Stryfe had been wrong about their origins. Stryfe was the clone. Cable was Nathan Summers. Sinister also informed Cable that Tolliver, an arms dealer who Cable and X-Force had had run-ins with, was none other than Cable's adopted son Tyler Dayspring.

Cable believed Stryfe had been killed, however, Stryfe had actually survived as a consciousness in the back of Cable's mind. Sinister allowed Stryfe to gain control of Cable's body. Tyler and Stryfe both learned their true origins, but the knowledge was too much for Stryfe to handle and he refused to believe it.

Tyler escaped in the confusion. When Cable was himself again he asked Scott about his mother before leaving. Scott finally had most of his answers at last, but was left with unresolved issues. Scott and Jean both wanted a relationship with their son [41]. Jean proposed to Scott and he happily agreed.

Scott found Cable there viewing a hologram of when he was given to the Askani by his father. Originally put-off by Scott's eagerness to relinquish his son forever, Cable came to respect his father after seeing a hologram of Scott's agonizing response after his decision. Scott and his longtime love were finally married.

While on their honeymoon in the beaches of Saint Barts, the consciousnesses of Scott and Jean were taken years into the future by an elderly Rachel, who had become the Clan Askani's matriarch Mother Askani after the Phoenix Force had abandoned her years earlier. As their own bodies could not have survived time travel Scott and Jean inhabited new bodies cloned from their descendants [ citation needed ]. Rachel had taken them to the moment right after Scott's young son Nathan, the boy who would one day become Cable, had first arrived in the future infected with a techno-organic virus after Scott had sent there to find a possible cure.

The techno-organic virus was spreading and could only be held in check with telekinesis. Under the aliases of Redd and Slym Dayspring, Jean and Scott raised the boy together while Rachel was lying in a coma, held alive by machines.

Slym and Redd never told Nathan of their true origins or his. They joined the Askani-inspired Clan Rebellion to undermine Apocalypse 's empire. Meanwhile, a virus-free clone of Nathan was grown from Nathan's healthy cells in case the virus killed him. The clone had been captured by Apocalypse who named him Stryfe and raised him to be his new host vessel the for next time Apocalypse needed to switch bodies.

After twelve years Nate, Slym, and Redd stopped Apocalypse from killing Stryfe and destroyed him once and for all. On that day, Rachel finally died of old age. Scott and Jean were sent back to their rightful bodies in the present, leaving Nate alone and Stryfe under the care of Apocalypse's former servant Ch'vayre , who promised to try to raise Stryfe properly.

Back in the present, Cyclops and Jean revealed to Cable that they had raised him in the future as Slym and Redd Dayspring. Cable had known for some time and was waiting for them to be ready to tell him.

They were pleased to be reunited as a family. Back at the school, Scott and Jean moved into the former boathouse. Accompanying Scott to Alaska to check on his grandfather in the hospital, Jean happened upon Adam-X and sensed that there was a connection between Adam and the Summers family. Adam allowed Jean to transfer memories of his days as a Shi'ar combat pilot to Phillip. Afterward, Adam disappeared and Jean decided not to reveal her encounter to Scott.

They were unable to prevent the destruction of the base and it crash-landed in the Australian Outback. Scott helped Magneto's Acolytes reach X-Men's abandoned base.

The X-Men were forced to battle their mentor and Scott's father figure when Professor Xavier was transformed into the evil Onslaught as a result of his attempt to mind-wipe Magneto. Xavier, most of Earth's heroes were lost for a time. Xavier was left powerless after Onslaught's defeat and was arrested for his role in the events. Scott and Jean were left as the leaders of the X-Men and co-headmasters of the school.

Cyclops and Jean were sent back in time to London in the year by Madame Sanctity. They believed that they were there to prevent Nathaniel Essex from becoming Mr. She had sent them to the past to stop Apocalypse from conquering England. Havok founded a team of mutant terrorists called the Brotherhood. However, Havok did not truly become a terrorist. He joined the Brotherhood in order to stop the Dark Beast's sinister plans.

Havok tried to kill J. Jameson and nearly killed Scott in a free-for-all battle. Storm saved Scott but Havok teleported and escaped. The government-sponsored mutant-hunting operation known as " Operation: Afterwards Scott and Jean took a leave of absence from the X-Men for him to recuperate. Scott then began to grow weary as Jean began to wear the same costume her Phoenix double had worn. She manifested the Phoenix flamebird while training.

With neither of them at their strongest, the couple stayed in retirement together and the matter of the Phoenix Force's return was dropped for a time.

Professor X then returned to the X-Men in their absence. Scott and Jean were visited by the time-tossed powerful mutant teenager known as Nate Grey. Nate was Scott and Jean's son from an alternate reality. Essentially, Nate was a younger version of Cable. With the bonds between Nate and his parents strengthened, Scott presented Nate with one of his old X-Factor uniforms. Scott and Jean returned to the X-Men some time after at the request of Storm.

Storm was concerned about the mental well-being of Professor X. The traitor turned out to be a Skrull who had replaced Wolverine. A plot hatched by Apocalypse and the Skrulls was uncovered.

To secure a new host body, Apocalypse sought to collect the mutants he required to carry out his plan and siphon the awesome energies of "The Twelve". They were wired to a machine that would channel the Twelve's awesome energies into Apocalypse, allowing him to absorb the body Nate Grey. As his teammates fell around him, a powerless Scott saved Nate and merged with the would-be conqueror to create a new evil entity.

In Scott's absence, Cable found Rachel alive and young at the end of time. The Phoenix Force had abandoned her. Cable brought Rachel back to the present with him. Rachel asked Cable to keep her return secret while she tried to get her life back together. Investigating rumors he was alive, Jean and Cable found Scott in the birthplace of Apocalypse in Akkaba, Egypt , struggling to reassert his mind over the villain's psyche.

Jean exorcised the warlord from Cyclops and Cable shattered his essence. Thanks to the support of his wife and adopted family, Scott was able to shake off the devastating effects of his merger with Apocalypse and rejoin the X-Men.

Himself again, Scott left for a small period of recuperation, during which he reconciled with his father. Afterwards, Scott returned to the X-Men, but his association with Apocalypse had given him a grimmer, more serious personality than ever before.

As a result, many of his relationships became strained, including his marriage to Jean. Apocalypse made him question not only their relationship, but his life as a whole. Following the outing of Professor X as a mutant to the world while secretly under the influence of Cassandra Nova , his school opened its doors to the mutant population at large.

Jean, confused by the change in their relationship, confided in Logan and the two kissed in the woods outside the school, but Logan walked away, telling her that she should remain with Scott. Scott was instrumental in preventing the mutant Kuan-Yin Xorn 's suicide and in recruiting the powerful mutant to the X-Men. Scott sought the help of qualified therapist, Emma Frost , [68] once known as the White Queen and a former villain who had reformed and joined the X-Men.

When Jean discovered the affair, [70] Her hurtful feelings grew and she forced Emma to admit her true feelings.

Furious at both himself and Jean, Scott confronted Jean and demanded she read his mind and she finally complied. Jean discovered that Scott and Emma never engaged in any physical contact, even though Emma had offered it. Scott, who felt he could not get through to his angry and hurt wife, subsequently left the X-Men to mull over what was happening in his life, Jean was thinking of having a seperation.

Scott soon found himself at the Hellfire Club, which had been turned into a sleazy strip club, and tried to get drunk, attempting to escape the responsibilities, expectations, and demands he felt were unjustly placed on him by the X-Men. Scott accompanied Wolverine and Fantomex to the government-created, time-pocket, called The World , and then Asteroid M. During his time with Wolverine, Scott revealed that he felt his relationship with Jean was stagnant and that the two of them had not progressed romantically since their initial teenage romance.

As she was dying, Scott apologized for hurting her, but Jean instead told him that she understood and had never seen him more alive and urged him to live on. He considered leaving the X-Men once more, [74] but the Jean of an alternate future telepathically intervened in an attempt to prevent her dark future from coming to pass.

She urged Scott to live, and to allow himself to be happy with Emma. Cyclops and Emma formalized their relationship [75] and together the pair rebuilt the Xavier Institute as co-headmasters, as Prof.

Xavier had decided to relocate to Genosha. Initially, several of their teammates were none too happy with their relationship because they felt that Cyclops and Emma were insulting the memory of Jean and the love she and Scott once shared. As a result, Wolverine flatly insulted and fought Scott, [76] Beast stated that he no longer liked him, [74] and Rachel Summers, in particular, felt hurt and angry by her father's lack of remorse for the psychic affair that Jean discovered before her death, and Emma's part in it.

Rachel then changed her last name to Grey for her mother's memory. Deciding that the X-Men needed to play a more proactive role in emergency rescue and aid, and thus garner attention for mutants in a more positive light by showing that mutant powers could be used for the good of the world, Cyclops handpicked a team in order to get out into the world more. Scott chose Beast for his intelligence, Emma for her telepathy in the field, Wolverine because of his fighting experience, and Shadowcat as the public face of mutants.

The teams' first mission was an alien, named Ord of the Breakworld , during which the team rescued the recently resurrected Colossus and destroyed a cure for mutants. Xavier knew she had been self-aware, since the Shi'ar technology was installed in the Danger Room years ago, but chose to ignore her, effectively, inhumanely using her only to train his teams of X-Men.

After her defeat on the island of Genosha, the X-Men abandoned Prof. Xavier on the island in disgust, and Cyclops stated that he no longer needed Prof. Xavier's input at the school or with the team. After the events of House of M , nearly all mutants were left de-powered with no more mutant births, and Prof. Mutants became an endangered species. The energy previously possessed by the de-powered mutants was orbiting Earth after the events of M-Day.

While passing some orbiting rocks, the energy awakened Vulcan Gabriel Summers. Vulcan, shocked that Scott did not recognise him, attacked and easily defeated several members of the X-Men and kidnapped Cyclops and Rachel [83] and revealed himself to be Cyclops' younger brother.

When Scott asked why he did not remember any of the events, Professor Xavier confirmed that the memories were not in Scott's mind anymore because he had erased them. Vulcan escaped, stating that he despised what the X-Men had become and did not consider Scott or Alex his brothers anymore. This further damaged Cyclops' already strained relationship with his mentor and he demanded that Prof. Xavier leave the school, as it was no longer "his". During an impromptu telepathic "therapy session", while Emma was being influenced by Cassandra Nova, Emma presented Cyclops with the possibility that his lack of control over his optic blasts actually stemmed from a sort of mental block that the young Scott imposed upon himself, after the combined traumas of the loss of his parents, separation from his brother, and the shocking manifestation of his powers.

This was seen as a coping mechanism, giving Scott something to focus on and try to maintain some sort of control over, at a time when events completely out of his control had effectively shattered the life he had led. Using this information to weaken his resolve, surprisingly, Scott seemed to admit that this theory was the truth of the matter, further admitting that he had even blocked making this decision out of his memory, to preserve the fallacy in his own mind and prevent others from discovering his "secret".

Xavier shared a longer common history with Scott, Emma Frost was able to root this out of his mind. It can safely be speculated that Emma was able to do so, in part, due to her highly refined telepathic skills and, in part, due to the fact that she was able to bring Cyclops to a point of shamelessly opening up his true self to her, something Jean and the Professor never accomplished.

For a short time, Scott had full control over his optical blasts, although it was only temporary. Scott was also temporarily killed and resurrected on a mission to Ord's Breakworld.

When the first new mutant baby later called Hope since M-Day was born, the Marauders and the Purifiers tried to claim her. Bishop feared the child would become an evil monster responsible for his dark future. The search for the mutant messiah ended when Prof. Xavier convinced Cyclops to allow Cable to escape to the future with the baby. The shot missed her and hit Prof. Xavier in the head. Cyclops struck Bishop with an optic blast and declared the X-Men disbanded.

Cyclops and Emma were successful in rescuing San Francisco from the mutant known as Goddess. As a result, the mayor of the city, Sadie Sinclair , offered to help the X-Men reestablish themselves in the city. After building a new headquarters, Graymalkin Industries Cyclops sent word to all the world's mutants that San Francisco was now a safe haven for mutantkind and that all were welcomed to join them. San Francisco's population openly welcomed the X-Men, even though a resurrected Graydon Creed and assorted other previously dead foes began pushing to outlaw mutant reproduction.

When Jean was ten years old she was playing with her best friend, Annie Richardson when Annie was hit by a car. This traumatic event left Jean in a withdrawn and deeply depressed state. Moreover, Jean could not control her newly awakened telepathic abilities and had to isolate herself from other people to hold on to her sanity. When Jean was eleven, a psychiatrist recommended to her parents that they consult a colleague of his, Professor Charles Xavier , who was secretly a mutant with telepathic abilities of his own.

Xavier explained to Jean, but not to her parents, that she was a mutant and he treated her for several years. The Professor taught Jean how to levitate and manipulate objects through psionic force when she developed telekinesis at the age of thirteen.

Xavier erected psychic barriers in Jean's mind so that she would not be able to use her telepathic abilities until she had developed the maturity necessary to deal with them. Xavier judged that Jean had reached a certain level of mastery of her telekinetic power, he recommended to her parents that they enroll her in his newly established Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters.

Grey, this school served as a cover for the X-Men , a team of young superhuman mutants being trained by Prof. Xavier to combat the threats posed by evil mutants who used their powers against humanity. Even though Jean Grey was the first student to enroll, Xavier didn't have her join the school until he had collected four more students.

She became the fifth X-Man and the first female to join the team, which also consisted of Cyclops , Iceman , Angel , and Beast. Jean took on the codename Marvel Girl. They remained together for several years. Shortly after she joined the team, Jean fell for Cyclops, aka Scott Summers, but was too shy to make a move. Scott quickly became deputy leader of the X-Men.

While he was a skilled tactician, Scott's social skills were lacking. Scott had fallen in love with Jean as well, but his reserved demeanor prevented him from expressing his feelings for her.

For a long time, Scott refused to admit, even to himself, that he had feelings for Jean, afraid he would be hurt or that his optic blasts would hurt her - or anyone else he cared about. Angel, who was also romantically interested in Jean. Scott and the other X-Men were heartbroken. Jean remained a part-time X-Man when time allowed for it but missed being a superhero full time. Jean was eventually able to return to the team. Jean and Scott revealed their passion for each other and began to date.

Satisfied with Jean's added maturity and her years of practice, Xavier released the psychic barriers preventing Jean from using her telepathic abilities. Xavier discovered that in order to thwart an invasion of Earth by the alien Z'Nox he had to seclude himself for an extended period of time in order to make preparations, he had the mutant shapeshifter called the Changeling take his place leading the X-Men, and only Jean was allowed to know the truth.

Xavier ordered Jean to keep his secret safe, even after the Changeling was killed in battle, leading the other X-Men to believe their mentor had died. While Jean started a new modeling job, Jean and Scott battled Quasimodo , under the guise of Computo.

When the Z'Nox fleet finally reached Earth, Professor Xavier and Jean revealed their deception and were able to repel the invasion. While on a mission in space with the Fantastic Four to defeat the Z'Nox once and for all, Jean was scanned by the Phoenix Force , one of the oldest known cosmic entities, that would come to play an essential role in Jean's fate. It sensed Jean's unlimited potential while touching her subconscious. Along with her teammates, Jean was captured by the mutant island Krakoa which led Xavier to recruit a new team of X-Men.

The new team was made up of individuals and loners, such as Wolverine who quickly developed feelings for Jean. Jean formed a close friendship with Storm and began living with the private investigator Misty Knight. The cockpit lacked the shielding needed to protect the pilot from the lethal radiation. Peter Corbeau 's flight knowledge and volunteered to pilot.

While guiding the shuttle to Earth with the other X-Men protected by the shielded part of the shuttle, the solar radiation finally proved to be too great [17] and she began to succumb to the radiation's lethal effects. However, Jean did not die. The Phoenix Force responded to Jean's anguish and telepathic calls for help. The Phoenix Force informed Jean that she was dying, but that by taking the Phoenix Force's hand, Jean would gain her "heart's desire".

What Jean most wanted was to save the lives of the X-Men and herself. Jean held onto the Phoenix Force's arm and fell into a coma. It took on the form, memories, and personality of Jean by absorbing a portion of her consciousness. It placed Jean within a cocoon while her injuries healed. The shuttle crashed into Jamaica Bay and the X-Men were shocked when "Jean" came out of the wreckage unharmed, calling herself Phoenix. Scott had no idea the woman he loved had been replaced by a cosmic being while the real Jean rested in a cocoon at the bottom of the bay.

The Phoenix revealed herself as a mutant in front of Jean's parents. Phoenix healed the M'Kraan Crystal , the nexus of all realities, saving the universe. Later, Phoenix blocked Scott's optic blast, giving him the chance to see her clearly.

Scott and Phoenix shared an intimate night together. She was transformed into the Black Queen of their inner circle.

After shaking Mastermind's control, Phoenix underwent another transformation into the Dark Phoenix. She soared through the universe, where she devoured an entire star and the five billion inhabitants of one of its planets.

She returned to Earth and threatened to kill everyone, but Professor Xavier was able to keep Phoenix under control and helped her will herself back to normal. Scott finally proposed to the Phoenix before they were teleported away by the Shi'ar.

The battle triggered Phoenix's transformation into Dark Phoenix once more. Phoenix understood that she would never be able to fully control the dark hunger inside and sacrificed herself. When the Phoenix committed suicide, Scott believed the love of his life had died and he left the X-Men. There Jean found herself on top of a floating tower in an outer space dressed in a White Phoenix outfit and wondering why she wasn't dead.

Jean wondered if there were three phases of the Phoenix: Green the Good, Red the Bad, and White to which she had not discovered the meaning to. Jean was approached by Death itself, who manifested as a male cosmic construction worker. Death had Jean build towers in the afterlife to house the souls of Dark Phoenix's victims.

Jean also relived the experience of the destruction of the D'bari system from the point of view of the victims. Death explained to Jean that she was an avatar of the Phoenix because her "spirit" was "most closely carved" from the Phoenix.

If she and the Phoenix were not meant for each other, then they would not have reached out to each other. She was destined to become the Phoenix and to heal the M'Kraan Crystal.

Her perceptions and imagination had influenced the Phoenix and that it belonged to her by right and would one day come to her children.

Death instructed Jean to return to life, to live and learn. The Phoenix tried to return the borrowed fragments of Jean's life-force. Jean instinctively rejected the Phoenix, unable to deal with the horrible images of the pain Dark Phoenix had wrought. It wandered the globe, lost. At the moment Dark Phoenix died on the moon, a spark of the Phoenix Force was accidentally bestowed on a genetic clone of Jean, Madelyne Pryor.

Madelyne had been a failed experiment of Mr. Sinister had wanted Jean for her genetic potential but did not abduct her when she was a child knowing that he could be exposed by Xavier.

He believed that a union between Cyclops and Jean Grey would produce a powerful mutant he could use to defeat his enemy, Apocalypse , so he cloned Jean instead. Sinister abandoned the clone when she did not manifest any mutant abilities.

The lost aspect of the Phoenix that had been rejected by Jean became attracted to Madelyne Pryor, the next best thing. It gave a spark of itself to Madelyne, granting her a life force and some of Jean's memories. Madelyne came alive surrounded by a bird of fire and Sinister immediately put his scheme back in motion.

Jean reclaiming the Phoenix memories from the holempathic matrix Fantastic Four Scott was shocked to meet Madelyne Pryor. Unaware that Madelyne was a clone of Jean now programmed by Sinister to fall in love with him, Scott became obsessed with Madelyne's similarity to his lost love.

He learned that she was the sole survivor of a plane crash that happened on the exact same day that Phoenix had died, a fabrication created by Sinister. At first, Scott suspected that Madelyne was a reincarnation of Phoenix. Afterward Scott accepted Madelyne for who she was and they were married.

Soon, Scott met Rachel Summers , his daughter with Jean from an alternate future. Rachel called herself Phoenix and wore a similar outfit as the original, a fact that Scott protested. Rachel was shocked to discover that, unlike her own timeline, Jean Grey had died and Scott Summers was married to another woman instead. When she discovered that Scott would soon be the father of a child other than her, Rachel began to tap into the Phoenix Force and vowed to restore honor to her mother's name.

Rachel established a psi-bond with Nathan, swearing to protect her little brother as long as she lived. Many months after Phoenix's death, the Avengers found Jean's cocoon beneath Jamaica Bay [24] and brought it to the Fantastic Four for study.

Jean released herself from the cocoon. At first, she was unable to remember her encounter with the Phoenix Force, but with the help of the Avengers and Fantastic Four, she remembered what happened. Jean held off informing her family of her return because she was unsure how to break the news. Meanwhile, Scott and Madelyne's marriage had become strained. Madelyne resented the fact that Scott was rarely home and that he continued to miss Jean. Finally, Scott learned that Jean had returned and the Phoenix had been an imposter.

Scott was hit hard by this news but hid it from Madelyne and began packing. He left Madelyne and his son despite Madelyne's warning that if he left her again, he would not be welcomed back. Jean was greatly disturbed to learn of the current wave of anti-mutant sentiment that had risen in her absence. She was also stunned that the X-Men were working alongside Magneto , the original X-Men's greatest foe.

The five original friends founded a new organization to help other superhuman mutants. X-Factor intended to seek out and aid other mutants under the pretense of hunting them down as menaces to society. The public assumed they were humans hunting mutants, when in fact, they were training young mutants in the use of their powers at the X-Factor Complex.

Unsure what to do about Maddie and the baby and Jean, Scott only felt useful when commanding his team. Scott attempted to contact Maddie, but the number was disconnected. At first, Scott tried to keep his marriage and son from Jean. Meanwhile, Jean was plagued with dreams of herself becoming the Phoenix. She also sensed that Scott was being distant about something. She assumed he had fallen for Phoenix while she was asleep in the cocoon.

Finally, the truth came out. Jean noticed that Madelyne looked exactly liked her. The team battled Apocalypse and his Alliance of Evil. Apocalypse would become one of Jean and the X-Factor's most persistent foes. One of his first actions was turning their teammate and friend, Angel, against them as his Horseman of Death. Jean learned that her older sister Sara Bailey had begun speaking on behalf of mutants in her absence.

Jean and Scott went to check on her, fearing for her safety. Upon arriving, the house exploded. It was later learned that Sara had been murdered by mutant-hating fanatics, likely acting on orders from Cameron Hodge , X-Factor's public relations manager. Feeling bad about abandoning his family, Jean suggested that Scott goes home to check on them. Scott went back to Alaska to look for them.

Scott and Jean were both still unaware of Sinister's influence on their lives. She was shot multiple times and fell into a coma. She was taken to the hospital as a Jane Doe. Sinister erased every record of Madelyne and the baby. After finding the corpse of a young red-head in a river, Scott believed his wife was dead and buried her by himself. Scott began to hallucinate and believe Jean, Madelyne, and the Phoenix had been the same woman all along.

Scott's visions nearly led him to kill Jean before it was discovered they were actually holograms created by Cameron Hodge, trying to destroy them.

Jean and Scott began to grow close again. Scott and Jean returned to the site on the Moon where Phoenix had committed suicide and Jean acknowledged that Scott loved Phoenix and she had loved him.

Meanwhile, Madelyne Pryor awoke from her coma and contacted the X-Men who agreed to protect her. X-Factor brought Angel out of his brainwashing. X-Factor finally revealed the truth of their mutant origins and shed their disguise of mutant hunters. After saving the city from a series of fires that began as a result of their battle with Apocalypse, X-Factor was given a ticker-tape parade. Using cryptic clues provided by Destiny , Scott and Jean returned to the orphanage Scott grew up in and found an entire laboratory in the basement with many children, including baby Christopher, in incubation pods.

Jean somehow opened a telepathic link with Nathan Christopher, only to fail to prevent demons from snatching him. Jean recognized her niece and nephew in Nanny's brainwashed army of children, but could not rescue them, either. Scott was shocked to find out that his wife was alive.

Madelyne started a fight, blaming Scott and Jean for the misery in her life. When Wolverine saw that Jean was alive, he kissed her. The Goblin Queen locked herself, Nathan, and Jean inside a psionic barrier. The invasion was thwarted after Madelyne committed suicide in combat with Jean. She was forced to reintegrate the portion of herself that Phoenix had given to Madelyne.

Scott appeared to kill Sinister with an optic blast. The children, however, could not remember her. She left them in the care of her parents as her sister was still missing. In a battle with the Celestials , the personalities of Madelyne and Phoenix were purged from her system. Only their memories remained and Jean was free. Scott and Jean started taking Nathan Christopher with them on missions. Nathan Christopher's mutant powers began to manifest as a protective force bubble whenever he was in danger.

Later, Scott proposed to Jean only to be turned down. Apocalypse infected the child with the Techno-Organic Virus , that was rapidly spreading through his body and, if not stopped, would kill him.

A woman from the late 37th-early 39th century appeared calling herself Sister Askani. She claimed to be a member of the Clan Askani that had technology in her future that might be able to save Nathan. However, she could only risk one-time jump without destroying herself. Distraught, Cyclops chose to send his son into the future rather than watch him die in the present. For some time, Scott had no way of knowing if Askani's cure had been successful. X and returned to his school.

Fellow Blue Team member and telepath Psylocke tried to lure Cyclops into infidelity, influencing his mind behind Jean's back. Meanwhile, a mysterious soldier called Cable had reorganized the New Mutants , Xavier's junior mutant team, into an outlaw team called X-Force.

The Gold team was invited to a Hellfire Club event in an attempt to bury the hatchet between the two groups. It ended badly when Trevor Fitzroy 's Sentinels crashed the party, resulting in the deaths of the Hellions. After waking in Emma's body, Jean battled Trevor Fitzroy.

The X-Men rescued her and she was returned to her body. Attempting to save human lives, Jean was forced to kill the Morlock MeMe by switching his mind off. Mister Sinister returned, this time posing as Apocalypse and commanding his Horsemen. Sinister sent the Horsemen of Apocalypse to capture Jean and Cyclops and then turned the couple over to Stryfe [47] in exchange for a canister containing a genetic matrix he was led to believe contained Summers' family genetic material.

Torturing Jean and Scott, Stryfe claimed that he was Scott's son Nathan returned from the future and seeking revenge for being abandoned. Stryfe claimed that Cable, who shared the same face as Stryfe, was a clone of Nathan.

On the lunar surface of the Moon, Cable and Stryfe both vanished into the timestream after a temporal device exploded. Jean and Scott thought they had lost Nathan a second time. Jean finally confronted Pyslocke on her constant flirtation with Scott, demanding to know if Scott was cheating on her. Psylocke used her psi-knife on Jean, rendering her unconscious. Their confrontation was interrupted by the arrival of Kwannon , who informed everyone that Pyslocke had been influenced by her darker persona.

There, Sinister informed Scott that instead of the genetic matrix he had desired, Stryfe had betrayed him and given him the deadly mutant killing Legacy Virus which Sinster had accidently released. By the time Scott returned home to the X-Men, Colossus' little sister Illyana had already succumbed to the Legacy Virus, and more deaths were to come.

Scott and Jean reconciled. Cable found his way back to the present. Sinister appeared and informed Cable that Stryfe had been wrong about their origins. Stryfe was the clone. Cable was Nathan Summers. Sinister also informed Cable that Tolliver, an arms dealer who Cable and X-Force had had run-ins with, was none other than Cable's adopted son Tyler Dayspring.

Cable believed Stryfe had been killed, however, Stryfe had actually survived as a consciousness in the back of Cable's mind. Sinister allowed Stryfe to gain control of Cable's body. Tyler escaped in the confusion. When Cable was himself again he asked Scott about his mother before leaving. Scott finally had most of his answers at last, and father and son began build their relationship at last.

On Thanksgiving, Jean finally proposed to Scott. Afterwards, on the other side of the world and away from Jean's notice, Rachel Summers sacrificed herself to exile in the timestream to save her Excalibur teammate Captain Britain. While on their honeymoon in the beaches of Saint Bart's, the consciousnesses of Jean and Scott were taken years into the future by an elderly Rachel, who had become the Clan Askani's matriarch Mother Askani after the Phoenix Force had abandoned her years earlier.

As their own bodies could not have survived time travel, Jean and Scott inhabited new bodies cloned from their descendants. Rachel had taken them to the moment right after Scott's young son Nathan, the boy who would one day become Cable, had first arrived in the future infected with a techno-organic virus after Scott had sent him there to find a possible cure. The techno-organic virus was spreading and could only be held in check with telekinesis.

Under the aliases of Redd and Slym Dayspring, Jean and Scott raised the boy together while Rachel was lying in a coma, held alive by machines. Slym and Redd never told Nathan of their true origins or his. They joined the Askani-inspired Clan Rebellion to undermine Apocalypse 's empire. Meanwhile, a virus-free clone Rachel had grown from Nathan's healthy cells in case the virus killed him had been captured by Apocalypse who named him Stryfe and raised him to be his new host vessel for the next time Apocalypse needed to switch bodies.

After twelve years, Nate, Slym, and Redd stopped Apocalypse from killing Stryfe and destroyed him once and for all.

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