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Sentinels crushed Jean's escape pod and she died, only for Jean's mind to be transferred into a cloned body created by Professor X.

In All-New X-Men , present-day Beast goes to the past and brings a younger version of Jean to the present day along with the other original X-Men in hopes of helping the present-day Cyclops to see how far he's fallen.

The time travel also caused her suppressed telepathic powers to awaken much earlier in her life than they were supposed to.

Jean is later kidnapped by the Shi'ar and placed on trial for the destruction done by the Phoenix Force years earlier in a crossover story line The Trial of Jean Grey.

The All-New X-Men team up with the Guardians of the Galaxy to rescue Jean from the Shi'ar homeworld, but Jean would end up awakening a new power that she never had, in which she is able to absorb massive amounts of psionic energy from others and combine her telepathy and telekinesis, which she used to defeat the powerful Gladiator, leader of the Shi'ar.

Following the reconstruction of reality after the Battleworld crisis , Jean has parted ways from the rest of the time-displaced X-Men as she attempts to find her own life in the present by living a normal civilian life in College until Storm recruits her to join her new team of X-Men to help protect mutants from Terrigen.

Jean ends up approached by Magneto, who offers her and her team to join him in preserving Xavier's dream by defeating those who oppose it.

While on a solo mission against the Wrecking Crew , Jean receives a vision that the Phoenix Force is coming back to earth. Jean feels even less taken seriously when Beast begins examining her for signs of delusional hallucinations.

Jean then meets with other former Phoenix hosts Colossus , Magik , Rachel Summers , Hope Summers and Quentin Quire , where the latter uses his powers to show her how the aftereffects of bonding with the Phoenix Force has individually affected each of them.

Jean ends up sent back in time for unknown reasons and ends up meeting that timeline's Jean Grey shortly after she first becomes Phoenix.

Time-displaced Jean attempts to ask Phoenix questions about the Phoenix Force but she dodges Jean's questions. Instead Phoenix takes Jean for a night out and shows off her powers.

After witnessing Phoenix use her cosmic powers to fight off Galactus from consuming a defenseless planet, Jean contemplates warning Phoenix of her fate until an encounter with The Watcher stops her from doing so.

The Watcher commends Jean and tells her that choosing to not change her future means that her ultimate fate is in her own hands whether or not she ends up hosting the Phoenix Force back in her present.

As Jean returns to her present, Phoenix cryptically states that they will meet again. Backed by a host of former Phoenix Force wielders, Emma Frost, Quentin Quire, Hope Summers, the Stepford Cuckoos and even the spirit of the adult Jean Grey, the teen Jean tries to defy destiny and stop the Phoenix before it can take her over and bend her to its will.

With the Phoenix Force now on Earth, the team realizes it's going to take a lot more than they have to stop it.

And while the young Jean is able to wound the Phoenix with the aid of Cable's Psi-mitar, the Phoenix seems just too strong for anyone to overcome.

Teen Jean eventually managed to push the cosmic force far away from her friends and allies, where a final battle can take place. However, both Jean Greys learned how wrong they were, as the Phoenix was never coming for teen Jean, at least not like they believed.

Actually, the Phoenix wants the adult Jean, but to do that it needs the young Jean out of the way. Thus, the force floods her body with flaming psychic energy, incinerating her from the inside out, leaving only a skeleton.

However, after dying, the younger Jean found herself somehow in the White Hot Room despite not being a Phoenix host. Angry, the Phoenix attempted to destroy her using mental manifestations of its past hosts, created from pieces of their life forces left in the Room.

Jean realized that she could control the White Hot Room against the Phoenix wishes and commanded the cosmic entity to resurrect her, which it did so in order to get rid of her.

After returning to Madripoor, she was approached by her resurrected older Earth counterpart, much to her surprise. Jean Grey is an Omega-level mutant , and at her highest and strongest potential was fully merged with the Phoenix Force and with it was able to defeat even Galactus.

Jean is a powerful empath, as she can feel and manipulate emotions of other people, as shown when her power first emerged as she felt her friend Annie Richardson slowly dying.

When her powers first manifested, Jean was unable to cope with her telepathic abilities , forcing Professor Charles Xavier to suppress her access to it altogether.

Instead, he chose to train her in the use of her psychokinetic abilities while allowing her telepathy to grow at its natural rate before reintroducing it.

Jean is also one of the few telepaths skilled enough to communicate with animals animals with high intelligence, such as dolphins , [] dogs , [] and ravens [].

As a side effect of her telepathy, she has an eidetic memory. She briefly developed a psychic shadow form like Psylocke's, with a gold Phoenix emblem over her eye instead of the Crimson Dawn mark possessed by Psylocke.

Jean possesses a high-level of telekinetic ability that enables her to psionically levitate and rapidly move about all manner of animate and inanimate matter.

She can use her telekinetic abilities on herself or others to simulate the power of flight or levitation, stimulate molecules to increase friction, create protective force fields out of psychokinetic energy, or project her telekinetic energy as purely concussive force.

The outer limits of her telekinetic power have never been clearly established, though she was capable of lifting approximately fifty tons of rubble with some strain.

Jean's younger self who had been brought from the past into the present by an older Hank McCoy eventually found an entirely new usage of her powers separate from the Phoenix Force.

The teenage Marvel Girl learned she has the ability to harness ambient psychic energy and channel it into powerful blasts of force, which are a combination of both her telepathy and telekinesis.

When using this ability Jean's whole body glows with pink psychic energy, obscuring her human form. Under the tutelage of Psylocke , teenage Marvel Girl has learned the ability to create psionic weapons that damage a target either physically, mentally or both in some point.

She showed skill in constructing multiple types of psionic weapons that differ in size, length and power which she uses in combat.

The relationship between Jean Grey and the Phoenix Force and the nature of the powers she has is portrayed in a variety of ways throughout the character's history.

In the initial plotline of the Phoenix being a manifestation of Jean's true potential, these powers are considered her own, [43] as part of Claremont and Byrne's desire to create "the first cosmic superheroine".

In one instance Jean forcibly ripped the Phoenix out of Emma Frost and imposed its status upon herself. Jean then subsequently forced the Phoenix to resurrect her after manipulating the Phoenix's mental landscape against it.

The Phoenix Force also seems to render its host unaging and, at least in some adaptations, enhances the physical strength of its avatar to superhuman levels; in certain incarnations, Jean, namely while acting as Dark Phoenix, seemed to possess some level of superhuman strength.

For one reason or another, Jean Grey both young and old has, on more than one occasion, been repeatedly resurrected by either the Phoenix [43] [] or apparently her sheer force of will without Phoenix.

During the height of the Psych Wars , Young Jean was able to forcibly make the Phoenix Force restore her to life, [] despite the Phoenix's adamant resolve not to do so, completely recreating her body after it had been vaporized.

Some time later, after her body was taken over and completely devoured by a Poison , a small part of Jean's mind survived and, despite itself, was able to infect the whole Poison Hive and destroy it from the inside out, subsequently using nothing but her mind to reconstruct her body.

This leaves Jean believing that she may not even be human anymore. Jean Grey is a trained pilot and proficient unarmed combatant. She also has some degree of teaching ability, experience as a fashion model, and training in psychology.

As a fictional character in the Marvel Universe , Jean Grey appears in various alternate plot lines and fictional universes.

In the Marvel alternative universe miniseries, Jean Grey fakes her identity and gender , posing as "John Grey", a member of the "Witchbreed".

The group was led by Carlos Javier the Charles Xavier of the universe. Like her Marvel Universe counterpart, Jean has telekinetic powers.

Werner tells Scott that he was attracted to Jean, although he had thought that she was male. After her death, her friends gave her a burial at sea.

When her corpse is cremated, the fire forms a giant Phoenix raptor before disappearing. In the Age of Apocalypse storyline, Jean is a student of Magneto.

She eventually falls in love with fellow student, Weapon X. Jean is later kidnapped by Mr. Sinister , who offers her a place among his team. She refuses, and is sent to Sinister's breeding pens.

She learns of a plan to drop nuclear bombs on the United States to kill Apocalypse. She confronts Weapon X, then leaves him to try to stop the attack with the aid of Cyclops.

She's apparently killed at the hands of Cyclops' brother, Prelate Havok , before she can hold back the nuclear bombs with her telekinesis.

In the tenth-anniversary limited series, it is revealed that Jean was the one that stopped the nuclear attack from the Human High Council with the last of her powers.

She was also "resurrected" by Sinister and began displaying Phoenix Force powers, known in this reality as "Mutant Alpha" abilities.

Jean doesn't remember her old life at first, so Sinister manipulated her to create a new team to fight the X-Men, the Sinister Six.

During the fight between the two teams, Logan is able to connect emotionally with Jean. She turns on Sinister and incinerates him.

Jean and Logan reunite, and she becomes leader of the X-Men at Magneto's behest. In this continuity, she is married to Wolverine and is a co-director of education for Xavier's School of Gifted Youngsters.

The two have a daughter named Kate whom the others nickname "Shine. When Xavier offers an invitation for Spider-Man and Mary-Jane's daughter to enroll in their school, she tries to convince the couple that it's the right decision.

In the timeline known as the Days of Future Past , Jean dies when Mastermind detonated a nuclear device at Pittsburgh , after she had given birth to her and Scott's daughter, Rachel, a few months before.

There are conflicting reports whether this Jean had been replaced by the Phoenix Force. The past of Jean Grey of Earth mirrors that of her Earth counterpart.

In recent history, Jean had once again lost her telepathic abilities— the circumstances behind her loss of this ability are as yet unrevealed.

However, this would eventually spare Jean's life when the psychic birth of the Skull resulted in the death of every telepathic being on the planet, killing Jean's mentor Professor Xavier.

Shortly after his death, the X-Men disbanded. Either prior to, or shortly after the disbanding of the X-Men, Jean would leave Cyclops after a long relationship to pursue a romance with Scott's rival for Jean's affections, Wolverine.

However, Wolverine and Jean's life would devolve into a New York stereotype of the bickering couple. Both would put on significant amounts weight and would resort to arguing with each other.

When Wolverine would refuse to help the heroes defend New York from the Skull and his army, Jean would leave Wolverine in disgust, telling him that she was really Madelyne Pryor to rankle Wolverine even more.

Jean would resurface years later at the wedding of Medusa and King Britain, which served as a brief reunion of the surviving members of the X-Men. Jean would reconcile with Wolverine, however, the two would remain apart.

Her current whereabouts are unknown. Jena and her sister Madelyne are the guardians of the "Phoenix Sword", whose power Jean absorbs.

The zombie Hulk punches through her body and squishes her head while she attempted to subdue him, thus killing her. Jean's history in the Mutant X universe is quite muddled.

Under the name of Ariel, she was a founding member of the X-Men and in love with their leader, Havok. Some time later during a mission, Jean was believed dead and later on Havok married her lookalike, Madelyne Pryor, Jean's clone.

In reality, Jean was saved by Apocalypse and Magneto, and hidden from Professor X who was capturing all the telepaths in the world for his evil plans.

When she re-surfaced, Jean was working together with Sinister and Apocalypse to recruit the aid of Havok's new team, the Six, against an evil Xavier.

That crisis having passed, Jean joined the Six, as Madelyne had been turned into the Goblin Queen and was no longer with them.

Jean also mentioned having been in a relationship with Wolverine, and having worked with SHIELD for a while, though it was unclear where exactly these events fit in with her history and also whether Jean had access to the Phoenix Force.

On the Exiles 's second mission lands them in the middle of an alternative reality Dark Phoenix Saga. The team learns that in this world Jean actually is the Dark Phoenix, and they participate in the Shiar trial by combat, disguised as representatives of the world she destroyed.

Originally, their goal is to prevent the Shiar Imperial Guard from killing Jean before she can overcome the Dark Phoenix, however when Jean vaporizes Storm, Gladiator, and Cyclops, they realize that this version of Jean has lost herself to the Dark Phoenix and must die.

They are able to overwhelm her momentarily, allowing Wolverine to get close enough to stab her through the heart, resulting in an explosion that kills her and vaporizes the moon and the Shiar ships orbiting it.

The Exiles are removed from this reality, right before the blast. This team includes John Grey, a male version of Jean who is codenamed Sunspot and displays telekinetic abilities.

A counterpart of Jean Grey from Earth, who had most of her powers taken away for crimes unknown and for that reason it is not clear whether she had access to the Phoenix Force.

Jean then set out to become not only queen of Britain but of the entire world. To reach that goal and find a way of restoring her powers, she looked for the ultimate weapon across the multiverse: the various incarnations of Nate Grey.

She lured many of them to her kingdom, though most of them died after having been used by her for a while.

Queen Jean also traveled to the main universe where she replaced Nate Grey's companion, Madelyne Pryor , wormed her way into Nate's mind, and returned to her world with him as her weapon.

However, Nate broke free and fought against her, culminating in her draining the life-force of all her "subjects" in an attempt to use the power to kill him.

He eventually kills her by creating a sun around her, burning her to death. Ironically some time later, Madelyne Pryor herself would use the "Red Queen" moniker.

A young prostitute in Washington, D. They are brought to Earth as a result of M-Day. This counterpart of Jean seemed to have access to the Phoenix Force too.

In New Excalibur 24 she was stabbed in the shoulder with a broadsword by Petrie, one of Albion 's Shadow Captains de-powered mutants given ability-enhancing suits.

After beating him, she used her power to gain the knowledge necessary to deactivate the device Albion had used to nullify London's supply of electricity.

The energy required to perform this, as well as the blood loss caused by the stab wound, killed her. In the Ultimate Marvel continuity, Jean Grey is a responsible, but extroverted young woman; scathingly sarcastic and a bit of a tease, and she secretly reads other people's minds, particularly the other members of the X-Men.

Early in the series, she has very short, cropped hair and prefers to dress in a rocker type style. Eventually, she becomes more mature and wears clothes that are more conservative, and grows her hair somewhat longer.

She has a brief affair with Wolverine , but when Wolverine reveals how he was originally sent to kill Professor X , Jean is angry and ends the relationship.

She later begins to date Cyclops although she is occasionally frustrated by his shyness. Xavier found Jean Grey while she was in a mental hospital, having problems controlling her telepathy and having troublesome visions of a Phoenix raptor.

It is established at the start of the series that her age is She was Xavier's second student after Cyclops.

The exact nature of the Phoenix in the Ultimate Universe has not been revealed, but very often Jean is haunted by visions and hallucinations of the Phoenix early in the Ultimate timeline.

The powers seem to reveal themselves when Jean gets angry. It appears, due to tests conducted in Ultimate X-Men 71, that the Phoenix is an actual entity and not an uncovered aspect of Jean's own mind.

According to the Fire and Brimstone story arc, Jean's Phoenix powers come from the Phoenix God , although Xavier does not believe this.

Jean kills many members of the Hellfire club in a fit of Phoenix powered rage before Xavier calms her down.

Much later in the story, Jean uses her Phoenix powers often. She starts with her powers out of her control due to her anger, accidentally killing two mercenaries who were attacking the X-Men.

She feels guilty over the incident for weeks, but after a while, she manifests signs of the Phoenix, beginning to draw upon more and more of the residual Phoenix energies buried within her mind to help the X-Men on several occasions, combating Magneto and the deceptive and manipulative Magician.

It has been revealed that Jean envisions imaginary tiny, green goblins carrying out her telekinetic activities. After Professor X's apparent death, Jean has become the headmistress of the school, along with Cyclops.

She did not join Bishop's new team of X-Men, but has assisted the team when needed, often butting heads with Cyclops over when to help and when not to help.

Further down the line, The X-Men hunt Sinister down, finding him in the Morlock tunnels slaughtering several Morlocks in order to reach his goal; to be reborn as Apocalypse.

The Fantastic Four intercept Cyclops' team, where Sue Storm traps Jean in a force field, rendering her a mere spectator. Jean is broken free of the bubble when Professor X, able to walk, uses his telepathy to free her and the other reserve X-Men, leaving her to subdue the other team of X-Men and the Morlocks.

She hesitantly calls for help when Apocalypse puts Xavier on the brink of death and the Phoenix Force responds, physically manifesting herself and merging with Jean to fight Apocalypse.

Having fully merged with the Phoenix, Jean reverts recent history, allowing the X-Men to remember. She then travels across the universe, causing war and suicide among different races.

When she reaches her destination, the Silver Surfer arrives to warn her but she pushes on to find Heaven. Jean later inexplicably turns up at the Mansion and resettles with the X-Men.

Unfortunately, they believe they've failed and become Banshee addicts. Jean leads her X-Men to deal with Colossus but falls into a trance, having visions of her father, who tells her not to push her friends to failure.

She recovers Northstar, crippled from the waist down, and less aggressive. Everyone but Scott returns home, so Jean tracks him into space, where he is staring down at Earth, feeling omnipotent.

Jean reminds him he's in need, provoking him into attacking her. During the ensuing fight Banshee were wears off and Scott almost succumbs to vacuum.

Jean encompassed him in her fire. In the end Magneto is defeated when Jean downloads Nick Fury's memories into Magneto, which reveals that mutants are not the next stage of human evolution, but rather a super-soldier experiment gone wrong.

Horrified by the truth, Magneto surrenders, and Cyclops executes him with his optic blast. Soon after, Jean is in Washington with the remaining X-Men, where Cyclops makes a speech, attempting to bring peace to the anti-mutant hostilities and to ask that all mutants surrender to the government.

He is then assassinated by Quicksilver, who lodges a bullet into his skull. Scott dies in the arms of Storm and Colossus, while Rogue rushes a distraught Jean to safety.

They bury the bodies of the various deceased X-Men on the estate's remains. Jean then moves to Baltimore, dying her hair black under the alias of Karen Grant.

She begins working at a shopping mall called Cherry Square Shopping Center, and is now in a relationship with the mall cop, Dave. She has been living in Baltimore for 3 or 4 months but uses her telepathy to make people believe she had worked there for 3 years.

Jean discovers that Dave has put her photo on Facebook, making her angry and culminating in separation. Not much later Mystique and Sabretooth show up and a fight starts, leaving Dave dead.

Meanwhile, at home, packing up to disappear, Jean meets the son of Wolverine, Jimmy, for the first time. One night, Jimmy is attacked by Sabretooth.

Jean had sought Bruce Banner for help and a fight ensues. Quicksilver then arrives with his newly formed Brotherhood of Mutant Supremacy, but is defeated by Jean and her recruits.

Nicholas Fury reveals that the team Jean made was part of the Xavior Protocols, and that he is willing to help mutants on the run from the government.

He later enlists them in S. Nick Fury reveals that Jean is using her telekinetic powers to make the brothers believe she is in Tian in order to have an "inside man" when she is really in America.

However, a recent meeting between Karen and Zorn implies that she may be double crossing Fury, as she is physically in Tian as well as revealing her real identity as Jean Grey.

She sends a spy to keep tabs on what Kitty is up to with Reservation X. In What If 27, Jean Grey was not the last X-Man standing during the fight with the Imperial Guard and was successfully 'lobotomised', remaining with the X-Men as mansion staff, eventually re-manifesting her powers when a mission to aid the Shi'ar forced the X-Men to fight Galactus so that Jean could drive him away.

Although she appeared redeemed from her past, her Phoenix persona secretly manifested itself at night to feed on dead worlds and uninhabited stars until Jean was confronted about her actions, her resulting anger when discovered causing her to lash out and accidentally kill the X-Men, her guilt and grief result in her consuming the entire universe as the entire Phoenix was unleashed.

Another version of Phoenix remained powerless and happily married to Cyclops until an attack by Mastermind caused her to remember her true origin, prompting her to kill the original Jean Grey to keep her new life.

Although she tried to help the X-Men in secret, she was eventually convinced to leave Earth when Destiny told her that only death and destruction would result if she remained on Earth.

In another story, Vulcan ends up inside the M'kraan Crystal instead of Professor X, and from there he gained the power of the Phoenix Force after entering the White Hot Room and killing all the Phoenix's hosts.

Vulcan appears to be winning until a strange outside force causes Vulcan to lose control of the Phoenix Force. After a brief mental battle between Vulcan and his family, Vulcan accepts his defeat by letting go of the rage and hate inside him as he dies.

As the host of the Phoenix Force, Vulcan travels to the White Hot Room, where he reverts to the form of a child, and is comforted by the strange force who reveals to Gabriel that wielding the ultimate power would not give him what he truly wanted, which was the wish of being loved.

As she reclaims the power from Vulcan it's revealed that it was Jean that had helped Rachel and Havok escape from the Shi'ar Empire by opening a teleportation portal to Earth before the Empire's fall at the hands of Vulcan, and it was her that prevented Vulcan from fully accessing the Phoenix Force in Krakoa.

Adept at running scams, she had a reputation of controlling the minds of men. She is seemingly found murdered, covered in slash marks, in the opening of the series.

She is also revealed to be a complete sociopath , who does what she does not because of any past trauma, but because that's just what she is.

Also having seen glimpses of the danger, she posed from the original timeline, and what fate would befall her if she lost control, and was far more encouraging to her about using her powers.

She is an outsider and is feared by some students due to the uncontrollable nature of her powers. She has had previous instances where nightmares due to the emerging Phoenix Force have caused her powers to overload and shake the whole school, scaring her fellow students.

She is later seen walking to class where she bumps into new student Scott Summers with his brother Alex, he accidentally knocks her books out of her hands but she catches them with her telekinesis, she also looks into his mind briefly to Scott's annoyance.

Jean goes to the campus to practice her archery, a special training technique Professor X gave her, she witnesses Scott fire energy beams out of his eyes and accidentally destroy Charles' favorite tree.

Jean later made peace with Scott after their first encounter before joining fellow classmate Jubilee and newcomer Kurt Wagner by going to the mall to skip classes for the screening of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi.

They also played games in the arcade and hung out at the food court for slushies. At the records store, Scott showed Jean a record by Guy George, playfully remarking she looked like him, to which Jean took mild offense.

When they return, the school has been destroyed after En Sabah Nur and his four horsemen , including Erik, abducts the Professor.

William Stryker and his men arrive and subdue the others except the students for military interrogation.

Jean, Scott and Kurt sneak into Stryker's plane in an attempt to rescue them. Jean shows sympathy and compassion to Scott, whom he grieves in his brother's death.

They stopped at a lab as Jean noticed a government mutant experiment named Weapon X that was locked in a cage, revealing to be a time-displaced Logan.

When the guards convey into the lab, Jean released Logan with her telekinesis as the savage mutant massacres all of the guards and lab personnel around the facility before Stryker eventually escapes.

As Logan began to flee, the teen mutants followed him. Scott attempted to besiege the mutant but Jean stops him for her intent in recalling Logan's past memories before the mutant runs off into the snow.

They successfully do so but when they attempt to flee through the plane, the two horsemen Angel and Psylocke followed and attempted to stop them, causing Jean to urge Kurt for their escape out of the craft with his teleportation despite the latter's protests.

As Xavier began to engage Apocalypse on the Astral Plane he found himself outclassed by Apocalypse immense powers.

Losing Xavier desperately called out to Jean for her help. While initially reluctant due to still being afraid of her powers Xavier reminded her that she could control her powers.

Later, Erik and Jean use their combined powers to rebuild the school and she alongside Cyclops, Quicksilver, Storm, and Nightcrawler form the new generation of X-Men with Mystique serving as their field commander as the group prepares to battle Sentinels in a Danger Room session as Xavier looks on.

Charles is adamant about retaining this image as it finally places humanity and mutantkind in harmony. Unfortunately, he maintains this by pushing the X-Men into increasingly risky and dangerous missions.

The latest mission of such being a orbital rescue mission of the space shuttle Endeavor from an unusually large, purple-and-red solar flare, which would kill the team.

While Quicksilver and Nightcrawler manage to save almost all of the astronauts, they accidentally leave behind the captain.

Unfortunately, the flare's proximity is causing immense heat signatures that could prove fatal, Raven orders them to fall back, but Charles admonishes her and insists they save the entire crew.

Kurt and Jean narrowly manage to save the captain with Jean using her powers to hold the shuttle together long enough for Kurt to teleport the captain to safety, but the solar flare hits before Kurt can get to Jean destroying the shuttle and seemingly killing her.

However miraculously she is alive. Returning home praised as heroes Jean and Scott now a couple along with the rest of the team celebrate at a concert featuring Dazzler.

However while their Jean is reminded of the space shuttle mission and unleashes a burst of power which causes her to pass out.

Charles enters her mind with the use of Cerebro to see what was wrong with her Jean awakened and pushed him out.

She also discovered that her father was alive and fleeced from the X-Mansion to see him. Upon reuniting with her father Jean is hurt to discover that he blamed her for the accident that killed her mother and had in fact turned her over to Xavier in the first place.

The X-Men soon arrive and a fight erupts when Jean once again loses control which results in the death of several policemen and Raven.

Horrified by what she had done Jean fleas to Genosha. Erik's new homeland for mutants looking for sanctuary. Jean tells Erik that she has come to him for information on how to stop hurting people.

Military officials then suddenly arrive to take Jean into custody for her actions but Jean uses her powers to nearly kill them, the soldiers only being saved by the intervention of Erik who manages to get them to safety.

Erik then tells Jean to leave as her actions put the Mutants of Genosha in danger. Alone, feeling abandoned, and still feeling guilty over the death of Raven.

Jean hid out in a bar using her powers to fool people into thinking she was an old man. However she was approached by a woman named Vuk.

Vuk told Jean that the Phoenix Force is a gift that should be embraced and tells her she will help her understand her newfound power.

Vuk is a member of the an alien race known as the D'Bari whose home planet was destroyed by the Phoenix years ago along with almost all of their who seek to use Jeans possession of the Phoenix to revive their world and race.

Taking her to their base of operations Vuk teaches Jean the history of the Phoenix and its role in her planets destruction.

Erik manages to get to Jean and tries to kill her in revenge for Ravens death however Jean easily overpowers him and knocks Erik unconscious.

Charles and Kurt arrive second and Jean easily subdues the latter and tortures the former by making him walk to her. Jean is goaded by Vuk to kill Xavier but Charles has Jean look into his mind and sees that while her father considered her a lost cost Charles always had faith in Jean and her capacity for good.

This brings Jean back to her senses and she ask for Vuk to take the Phoenix from her. Vuk attempts to do this which nearly ends up killing her but Scott blast Vuk.

Jean powered by the Phoenix Force. She and the others are then taken into custody by the Mutant containment Unit and are to be transferred to containment facility.

However Vuk and the D'Bari attack the train and and soldiers determined to get to Jean. Inside Charles mind he apologizes for Jean for closing off her memories but Jean tells him that she realizes Charles only did to try and protect and that she forgives him.

Jean then awakens and using the powers of the Phoenix manages to use her psychic powers to lift the train into the air killing a majority of the D'Bari while also keeping her teammates and friends shields and safe.

Jean then proceeds to disintegrate the remaining D'Bari with her powers. When Vuk attempts to drain her again Jean overloads her with her power.

However seeing that she doing this on Earth will kill her friends Jean takes Vuk into space where she explodes seemingly along with Vuk.

Sometime later Jean is presumed dead by everyone else, however, unknown to them, Jean has decided to roam the stars until she has completely mastered the Phoenix Force.

Due to Logan traveling back in time and altering the past, Jean and Scott are no longer dead and are still active within the X-Men.

Jean presumably either rid herself of the Phoenix Force or learned to control it, seeing as she returned from space.

She and Scott are also once again in a relationship, which Logan approves of. Jean is a gentle and motherly woman, responsible and with some leader abilities.

She is in love with Scott , but she does not dislike flirting with Logan , both of them representing two different aspects of her own personality, the loyal and noble one and the savage and animalistic one.

A complex, conflicted and unstable creature of both extreme compassion and extreme destruction, Jean was ultimately a good-hearted, selfless, empathetic and benevolent woman, but also unsure of her own abilities and terrified of her own unpredictable power.

Jean, as a young woman, appeared to have come to terms with being considered a freak, since she did not react to the other students at Xavier's School deriding her and excommunicating her behind her back.

She had an immense capacity for care for the people she loved and was attached to, especially Scott Summers and Charles Xavier.

As Phoenix, Jean's personality had changed completely, as she became a violent and confused person, always abandoning herself to emotions and instinct.

Because Charles Xavier suppress her full powers; Jean never learned how to control them, as it was controlling her instead of the other way around, resulting in a split personality.

As a teenager, Jean was initially terrified of her powers, due to her lack of control of them at the time, she was treated as an outcast by her fellow students, despite the fact that they were all mutants, she also formed a close bond with Scott Summers who she eventually developed romantic feelings for mainly due to their lack of control over their powers, despite the fact that the two got off on the wrong foot at first.

Under the influence of the Phoenix Force, Jean develops a more aggressive personality, lashing out at anyone who she might consider a threat to her.

At the same time though Jean fears this dark power taking over her and does her best to resist it leaving her very unstable and at times volatile to both friend and foe alike.

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At a United States Senate hearing about the Mutant Registration Act , Jean explained that mutants were the next stage in human evolution, and that their powers manifested at puberty, often triggered by periods of heightened emotional stress.

Due to the hostility that mutants face when they reveal themselves to the public, Jean advocated to vote against the Mutant Registration Act.

However, she was opposed by Senator Robert Kelly , who used fear mongering tactics to convince the Senate that mutants posed a threat to ordinary citizens.

Jean watched in defeat as the people present at the Senate cheered in support of Senator Kelly. After Scott and Ororo rescued two mutants - Logan and Marie - from an attack by Sabretooth , they were brought to Xavier's School for medical attention.

Jean tended to Logan while he was unconscious, but when she tried to administer an injection, he immediately woke up and placed her in a chokehold.

After finding his bearings, Logan released Jean from his grip, leaving her to gasp for air. Jean later joined Scott and Ororo in Charles' study as he introduced them to Logan.

After this, she prepared Logan for an MRI scan, where he flirted with her by saying that "[she] couldn't wait to get [his] shirt off again.

She noted that Logan had regenerative healing abilities that allowed him to survive the procedure, but also made it impossible to determine his age.

In addition, Logan had no memories of his life before the procedure. Jean helped Logan settle into his room at Xavier's School, where he inquired about her relationship with Scott and her mutant abilities.

Jean explained that she was telekinetic, but also had telepathic abilities that Charles was helping her to develop. When Logan invited her to read his mind, Jean was initially hesitant at the idea, but ultimately decided to do it anyway.

To her horror, Jean saw visions of Logan being prepared for experimentation. She then noticed Scott standing in the doorway watching the two of them, prompting Jean to say goodnight to Logan.

Later that night, Jean and the rest of the school witnessed as Marie absorbed Logan's life force after he unwittingly stabbed her through the chest with his claws.

She rushed to Logan's side and told Scott to grab a pillow for him. Jean explaining to Logan the danger that Cerebro posed to someone as inexperienced as her.

Logan asked Jean if she had ever used the machine before, to which Jean responded by saying no, as it takes a certain degree of control that could be dangerous for someone as inexperienced as her.

When Erik used his powers to fire a gun at a police officer on the scene, Jean used her telekinesis to stop the bullet from penetrating the officer's skull.

After Erik threatened to simultaneously kill every police officer present with their own guns, Jean watched as Charles allowed Erik and the Brotherhood to get away with a captive Marie in tow.

After Erik had him exposed to radiation that mutated his cells, Senator Kelly arrived at Xavier's School looking for Jean.

After studying his condition, Jean and Charles explained to Scott and Logan that Kelly's body rejected the mutation, which caused his cells to disintegrate almost immediately.

Jean and the others were later informed by Ororo that Senator Kelly had died. Upon realizing that Erik kidnapped Marie to have her power his mutant-creating machine , Charles ordered Jean to get Logan a uniform while he searched for Marie using Cerebro.

However, Erik's associate - Mystique - had infiltrated the school earlier and sabotaged Cerebro, causing Charles to fall into a coma as a result.

Jean repaired Cerebro, and decided to use it herself to find Marie. Overwhelmed by the machine's power, Jean collapsed to the floor, where she was found by a concerned Scott.

Jean informed him that she knew where Erik was heading. After concluding that Erik intended to use his machine on dignitaries at the U. They entered the Statue of Liberty to rescue Marie, but came into conflict with the Brotherhood.

Jean and Scott regrouped with Ororo and Logan after they had defeated Toad and Mystique respectively.

As the four of them neared the Statue of Liberty's torch section, Erik arrived and bound them with metal restraints. He positioned Jean and Scott directly across each other, removing Scott's visor to force him to shut his eyes so as not to harm Jean.

Jean informed Erik that Senator Kelly was dead, but he ignored her and the X-Men to continue with his plans of mutating the U. After Logan broke free of his restraints and subsequently engaged in battle with Sabretooth , he got a hold of Scott's visor and called out to Jean.

Instructing Scott to open his eyes at her command, Jean used her telekinesis to move the visor in Scott's line of sight.

When she told Scott to open his eyes, his optic beams were redirected to blast Sabretooth out of the Statue of Liberty. Jean and the others were then freed from their restraints by Logan.

As Erik's machine started to power up, Jean used her telekinesis to steady Logan being carried through the air by a gust of wind generated by Ororo's power.

She told Scott to wait before firing an optic blast at Erik, who was using his powers to hold Logan in place. Jean watched as Scott found an opening to blast Erik, allowing Logan to destroy the machine.

As the machine's energy dispersed, Jean was visibly shaken afterwards. She was able to heal Charles from his comatose state, and tended to Logan as he was healing from the injuries inflicted at Liberty Island.

When Logan awoke, Jean commended him for risking his life to save Marie. When she mentioned that Marie seemed "quite taken with him", Logan told Jean that "his heart belonged to someone else".

As Jean started to respond to his comment, Logan quickly asked how Charles was doing, which she answered by stating that he was "good".

Jean, Scott, Ororo, and Charles watched a news report later that day, where they discovered that Mystique had disguised herself as Senator Kelly and disavowed the Mutant Registration Act.

Following the battle on Liberty Island, something about Jean has changed: her powers have increased drastically. Jean is on a field trip with the rest of institute and she begins to hear everyone's thoughts in the area.

Her telekinesis reacts and starts to make the electronics in the area flicker until Scott confronts her about the vast increase in her powers since the battle on Liberty Island.

Jean was unable to levitate a chair across the room and now their bedroom shakes when she has nightmares.

Jean tells Scott she senses danger in their future and the two hold each other to calm one another. After Nightcrawler 's attempted assassination of the President , Jean and Storm are sent to track and bring him to Xavier.

Testing her new abilities, Jean flies the X-Jet with her powers - causing Storm to worry about her power. The two find Nightcrawler in an abandoned church in Boston.

Jean and Storm discover he's a teleporter and appears uncooperative for questioning. Storm bring him out of hiding and strikes the platform under him with lightning while Jean immobilizes him from falling.

Now on speaking terms, they learn from Nightcrawler that he was forced to attack the White House while under mind control.

Jean and Storm pick up him and three students Rogue, Iceman and Pyro. In flight, the X-Jet is attacked by two Fs due to Pyro's aggressive reaction to the police shooting Wolverine out of fear.

Storm tries to evade them with maneuvers and creating tornadoes, however, they managed to fire two missiles. Jean uses her power to destroy one of the missiles they have launched - her eyes starting to glow with a fiery light.

One of the missiles manages to hit the jet, and the X-Men are saved by Magneto, who offers an alliance against Stryker. During a briefing, the former enemies share their respective information about Stryker and decide to attack his Alkali Lake base.

There Jean reads Nightcrawler's mind and discovers the base is underground. While searching the base Jean saves Mystique and Magneto from an optic blast from Cyclops.

She manages to fend the brainwashed Scott off and pushes him telekinetically into a lower level. Jean finds her lover again and the two battle. Cyclops unleashes a full force optic blast, pushing Jean backward while telekinetically protecting herself.

Cyclops is still persisting with his blasts, Jean then fights back and manages to repel and scatter his optic blast about. The two regain consciousness and Scott had control of himself, but their fight damaged the structure of the dam.

The dam bursts and Jean realize they'll die, so she leaves the jet without notice. Jean, now standing in front of the jet, repairs its machinations, Scott and Wolverine knowing she'll die.

They order Storm to open the ramp but Jean won't let her due to her telekinetic control of the jet. As a tidal wave of water comes rushing toward them, Jean holds it back.

Seeing the water flowing around them, the X-Men look in amazement as Jean is holding the wave back by herself. Nightcrawler tries to teleport to her, but she blocks his power telepathically.

Jean raises the jet and becomes engulfed in flames while she telepathically tells Scott goodbye through Xavier. She releases the flood on herself and saved the lives of her allies.

At this point, everyone mourns her apparent death. Depressed for many months by Jean's apparent death and haunted by her psychic echo, Cyclops returns to Alkali Lake to mourn his loss.

Once there, he releases a powerful optical blast towards the lake, breaking a telekinetic cocoon. Soon afterwards, Scott discovers Jean Grey in front of him - alive and well.

She manages to control Scott's power with hers, and the two share a kiss. During the kiss, Jean abandons herself to instinct and an unspeakable horror seemingly kills Scott.

Worried for Cyclops, the other X-Men arrive at Alkali Lake, finding only Scott's glasses telekinetically floating in the air with stones and logs.

Her father, Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk, and his two brothers joined the rebellion, and so the government decided to go through with the verdict against Jane and Guildford.

Their execution was first scheduled for 9 February , but was then postponed for three days to give Jane a chance to convert to the Catholic faith.

Mary sent her chaplain John Feckenham to Jane, who was initially not pleased about this. On the morning of 12 February , the authorities took Guildford from his rooms at the Tower of London to the public execution place at Tower Hill , where he was beheaded.

A horse and cart brought his remains back to the Tower, past the rooms where Jane was staying.

Seeing her husband's corpse return, Jane is reported to have exclaimed: "Oh, Guildford, Guildford. Good people, I am come hither to die, and by a law I am condemned to the same.

The fact, indeed, against the Queen's highness was unlawful, and the consenting thereunto by me: but touching the procurement and desire thereof by me or on my behalf, I do wash my hands thereof in innocency, before God, and the face of you, good Christian people, this day.

While admitting to action considered unlawful, she declared that "I do wash my hands thereof in innocence". The executioner asked her forgiveness, which she granted him, pleading: "I pray you dispatch me quickly.

Jane then failed to find the block with her hands, and cried, "What shall I do? Where is it? With her head on the block, Jane spoke the last words of Jesus as recounted by Luke : "Lord, into thy hands I commend my spirit!

No memorial stone was erected at their grave. She died in During and in the aftermath of the Marian persecutions , Jane became viewed as a Protestant martyr for centuries, featuring prominently in the several editions of the Book of Martyrs Actes and Monuments of these Latter and Perillous Dayes by John Foxe.

The tale of Lady Jane grew to legendary proportions in popular culture, producing romantic biographies, novels, plays, operas, paintings, and films.

Jane Grey is the only English monarch in the last years though whether her short reign was legitimate is disputed of whom no proven contemporary portrait survives.

Painted 40 to 50 years after Jane's death, the " Streatham portrait " so called after the area of London in which it resided for decades depicts a young woman dressed in a red gown, adorned with jewels and holding a prayer book.

The following chart illustrates Jane's relationship to the House of Tudor and other claimants to the English throne. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

For other uses, see Jane Grey disambiguation. Queen of England and Ireland. The Streatham portrait , discovered at the beginning of the 21st century and believed to be a copy of a contemporaneous portrait of Lady Jane Grey [1].

Lord Guildford Dudley. See also: Third Succession Act. Main article: Cultural depictions of Lady Jane Grey.

The Guardian. Retrieved 11 May National Portrait Gallery Publications. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford : Oxford University Press. The Reformation.

Pegasus Books. In Nichols, John Gough ed. The Camden Society ; Marilee Hanson. Gloucester: A. The History of England. However she was approached by a woman named Vuk.

Vuk told Jean that the Phoenix Force is a gift that should be embraced and tells her she will help her understand her newfound power.

Vuk is a member of the an alien race known as the D'Bari whose home planet was destroyed by the Phoenix years ago along with almost all of their who seek to use Jeans possession of the Phoenix to revive their world and race.

Taking her to their base of operations Vuk teaches Jean the history of the Phoenix and its role in her planets destruction. Erik manages to get to Jean and tries to kill her in revenge for Ravens death however Jean easily overpowers him and knocks Erik unconscious.

Charles and Kurt arrive second and Jean easily subdues the latter and tortures the former by making him walk to her. Jean is goaded by Vuk to kill Xavier but Charles has Jean look into his mind and sees that while her father considered her a lost cost Charles always had faith in Jean and her capacity for good.

This brings Jean back to her senses and she ask for Vuk to take the Phoenix from her. Vuk attempts to do this which nearly ends up killing her but Scott blast Vuk.

Jean powered by the Phoenix Force. She and the others are then taken into custody by the Mutant containment Unit and are to be transferred to containment facility.

However Vuk and the D'Bari attack the train and and soldiers determined to get to Jean. Inside Charles mind he apologizes for Jean for closing off her memories but Jean tells him that she realizes Charles only did to try and protect and that she forgives him.

Jean then awakens and using the powers of the Phoenix manages to use her psychic powers to lift the train into the air killing a majority of the D'Bari while also keeping her teammates and friends shields and safe.

Jean then proceeds to disintegrate the remaining D'Bari with her powers. When Vuk attempts to drain her again Jean overloads her with her power.

However seeing that she doing this on Earth will kill her friends Jean takes Vuk into space where she explodes seemingly along with Vuk.

Sometime later Jean is presumed dead by everyone else, however, unknown to them, Jean has decided to roam the stars until she has completely mastered the Phoenix Force.

Due to Logan traveling back in time and altering the past, Jean and Scott are no longer dead and are still active within the X-Men.

Jean presumably either rid herself of the Phoenix Force or learned to control it, seeing as she returned from space. She and Scott are also once again in a relationship, which Logan approves of.

Jean is a gentle and motherly woman, responsible and with some leader abilities. She is in love with Scott , but she does not dislike flirting with Logan , both of them representing two different aspects of her own personality, the loyal and noble one and the savage and animalistic one.

A complex, conflicted and unstable creature of both extreme compassion and extreme destruction, Jean was ultimately a good-hearted, selfless, empathetic and benevolent woman, but also unsure of her own abilities and terrified of her own unpredictable power.

Jean, as a young woman, appeared to have come to terms with being considered a freak, since she did not react to the other students at Xavier's School deriding her and excommunicating her behind her back.

She had an immense capacity for care for the people she loved and was attached to, especially Scott Summers and Charles Xavier.

As Phoenix, Jean's personality had changed completely, as she became a violent and confused person, always abandoning herself to emotions and instinct.

Because Charles Xavier suppress her full powers; Jean never learned how to control them, as it was controlling her instead of the other way around, resulting in a split personality.

As a teenager, Jean was initially terrified of her powers, due to her lack of control of them at the time, she was treated as an outcast by her fellow students, despite the fact that they were all mutants, she also formed a close bond with Scott Summers who she eventually developed romantic feelings for mainly due to their lack of control over their powers, despite the fact that the two got off on the wrong foot at first.

Under the influence of the Phoenix Force, Jean develops a more aggressive personality, lashing out at anyone who she might consider a threat to her.

At the same time though Jean fears this dark power taking over her and does her best to resist it leaving her very unstable and at times volatile to both friend and foe alike.

This wiki. This wiki All wikis. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Do you like this video? Jean Grey. I'd been afraid of what was in me.

The power sleeping within. But now I understand. I just had to change. And it's a scary thing, change. It can be painful for those we consider family.

But there may come a time you have to leave them behind to protect them, and to better understand your own future. And despite of all that's happened, it isn't the end.

Not for me, or the X-Men. It's a new beginning. I could feel all this death Jean smiles as she finds out that Nightcrawler is a teleporter.

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