The finest comic book character ever. Damn.
Ever since I was little, and I watched X-Men, my eyes would always fall on her. I don’t know if it’s the white hair or her fine body… Always been attracted to Rogue. There can’t be anyone else finer than Rogue. I watched a lot of shows when I was little. They were on Fox Kids… <—- (What happened to you???). This is the best version of Rogue though, I'm not really feeling all the remakes of her. She's my X-Woman. Never have I looked at Emma Frost and thought the same thoughts that I do when I see Rogue. Look how fine she is Toxin!!!!! Jay, I'd go crazy if i saw white streaks in your hair like Rogue's… Gambit is a bitch btw… always trying to take my X-Woman.
When I go to Islands of Adventure, I want my picture with Rogue. Storm can go start a rainstorm somewhere… Rogue will just touch me and gain my psychological identity… Damn. I’ll make sure she touches me forever.
Anna Marie (full name unrevealed)
Anna Raven, Doctor Kellogg, Mutate #9602, Irene Adler, Miss Smith
Adventurer, former mechanic, waitress, terrorist
Place of Birth
Caldecott County, Mississippi
Owen (father), Priscilla (mother), Carrie (aunt), Raven Darkhölme (Mystique, foster mother), Irene Adler (Destiny, foster mother), Kurt Wagner (Nightcrawler, foster brother),Graydon Creed (foster brother, deceased)
X-Men, formerly X.S.E, X-Treme X-Men,Brotherhood of Evil Mutants
College-level courses at Xavier’s School, partial law degree
Brown with white streak
Rogue is a mutant who formerly possessed the ability to absorb the memories, abilities, personality, and outward physical characteristics of other beings through skin-to-skin contact. Such transfers lasted for 60 times longer than the contact time, with extended contact resulting in the possibility of permanent absorption. No upper limit had been determined for the number of beings Rogue could simultaneously imprint. Upon absorbing another’s memories, Rogue also gained any associated emotional responses. Rogue was typically able to control such emotions, however absorbing psyches more powerful than her own resulted in Rogue’s psyche being supplanted.After permanently absorbing the powers of Ms. Marvel, Rogue possessed an amalgamated mutant human/alien Kree physiology that granted her a degree of immunity to poisons, and a virtually indestructible body. Rogue also possessed Ms. Marvel’s above normal reflexes and psychic “seventh sense” that enabled her to subconsciously anticipate an opponent’s moves. Whilst Rogue possessed Ms. Marvel’s psyche, her “double” consciousness made her resistant to telepathic probes from even the most powerful mind readers. She also gained Ms. Marvel’s incredible strength, and supersonic flight.After absorbing the powers of an alien Skrull, Rogue began to spontaneously reactivate previously absorbed abilities. Rogue could also tap into the residual psychic energy of those she had imprinted to determine their status and to relive past events from their perspective. Recently, Rogue has seemingly permanently absorbed the fire-based powers of Sunfire (Shiro Yoshida).
Rogue could formerly draw upon the combat and espionage training of Carol Danvers by granting control of her body to her alternate personality, a duplicate of Danvers’. Rogue can also speak fluent French.
Avengers Annual #10 (1981)
Rogue #2 (2004), Uncanny X-Men #185 (1984), Cable #87 (2001), Classic X-Men #44 (1990)
Began criminal activities (Marvel Fanfare #60, 1992); permanently absorbed Ms. Marvel’s powers (Marvel Super-Heroes #11, 1992); first encountered Avengers (Avengers Annual #10, 1981); first encountered X-Men (Uncanny X-Men #158, 1982); joined X-Men (Uncanny X-Men #171, 1983); Danvers’ psyche first assumed control (Uncanny X-Men #182, 1984); separated from Danvers’ psyche (Uncanny X-Men #269, 1990); brief romance with Magneto (Uncanny X-Men #274-275, 1991); began romance with Gambit (X-Men #4, 1992); made peace with Cody (Rogue #4, 1995); first kissed Gambit (X-Men #41, 1995); learned of Gambit’s past, abandoned him in Antarctica (Uncanny X-Men #350-351, 1997-1998); imprinted Skrull (X-Men #107, 2000); joined X-Treme X-Men (X-Men #109, 2001); first able to control past imprints (X-Treme X-Men #13, 2002); lost powers (X-Treme X-Men #17-18, 2002); rejoined X-Men (X-Treme X-Men #46, 2004); first returned home, learned of mother’s fate (Rogue #1-6, 2004)