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    Cerebro's X-Men come to mind, but they only latest one arc.

    Thinking of it, would love to see some of them, not all. But I did like 3 of them; Xaos, Sister Rapture and Mercury. They also looked awesome.
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    nowadays only the Children of the Vault.
    Back then The Brotherhood, Mutant Liberation Front, Upstars, Fredom Force, Acolytes, Morlocks, Hellfire Club, Nasty Boys, Hell Bells, etc. were dark reflections of the X-Men.

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    There are DC’s Zen Men but the X-Men are less archetypal than the JL, so less interesting to parody with analogs.

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    Freedom Force?

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    Wow, this make me realise there are not many evil connterparts of X-Men as compared to the Justice League across the other media. I wonder if the X-Men knock off from the Boys count as a supervillain teams or heroes? But then the 'Seven' some of them are quite pyschopath.

    One thing to remind that Justice League has the same popularity with the X-Men but only Justice League has more parody/knock off than the X-Men. Maybe writing a hero team with an amazon warrior, speedster , a bat in a suit is easy to handle that writing a man with an optic blast, a telekinesis, a person who can release powerful weather and a teleporter.
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    The X-men didn't but the New Mutants had the Hellions.
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    Ummm the Dark X-men

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    The Dark X-Men (which was also led by Norman Osborn) to a T, so much so that they appropriated Wolverine's name for themselves.

    I do love, however, that the Dark Avengers and the Dark X-Men combined were so powerful that it took the efforts of almost every X-Man active at the time (including teams such as X-Force, X-Club, and the New Mutants) to fight them off in one big battle.

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    Aside from the original Brotherhood from the 60s I'm not sure they really have one. Once the X-Family expanded it became harder to give them a set counterpart (Not to mention most of their history they have been fighting political stuff.)

    The spin off teams have more luck here:

    New Mutants = Hellions
    X-Force = Mutant Liberation Front
    X-Factor = The Horsemen
    New X-Men = Avengers Academy

    And I guess during the X-Ban era: The Avengers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyke View Post
    The Dark X-Men (which was also led by Norman Osborn) to a T, so much so that they appropriated Wolverine's name for themselves.

    I do love, however, that the Dark Avengers and the Dark X-Men combined were so powerful that it took the efforts of almost every X-Man active at the time (including teams such as X-Force, X-Club, and the New Mutants) to fight them off in one big battle.
    Also, as I said on the first page CC created a Dark X-Men and it debuted in the Excalibur with the pink-haired Dazzler and Pete Wisdom - the one with Cap Britain leading. A one before the Harry Osborne led one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by From The Shadows View Post
    Also, as I said on the first page CC created a Dark X-Men and it debuted in the Excalibur with the pink-haired Dazzler and Pete Wisdom - the one with Cap Britain leading. A one before the Harry Osborne led one.
    Do you mean The Shadow X-Men?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xhx23x View Post
    Do you mean The Shadow X-Men?

    Yeah them... I'm pretty sure in solicits for the comics even now its Dark X-Men. Maybe they changed it later because of Osbornes team? Or I am mistaken? If so... Oh well, sorry...

    One might say... they were dark. Dark enough to be shadows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by H-E-D View Post
    Freedom Force?
    At one point Mystique had the Brotherhood sign up to become US government agents. https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Freed...ce_(Earth-616)

    This was back in the 80s and ended in 1991.

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