|Character||Real name||Joined in||Notes|
|Professor X||Charles Xavier||Ultimate X-Men #1||Team founder, headmaster of the Xavier Institute for Gifted Youngsters (now the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning). Presumed to have died in issue #78 and revealed to be alive in the future in issue #80. Rejoined the X-Men as headmaster and mentor once again in issue #93.
Deceased: Magneto snapped his neck.
|Beast||Henry "Hank" J. McCoy||Ultimate X-Men #1||Team's medical doctor and biologist. Thought dead, but revealed to be alive and working for S.H.I.E.L.D. in issue #81. Rejoined the X-Men in issue #88.
Deceased: Confirmed by Jean Grey in issue #98 after being hit by the Ultimatum Wave.
|Colossus||Piotr "Peter" Nikolaievitch Rasputin||Ultimate X-Men #1||Left the X-Mansion in issue #80 to live with Northstar. Returned to the X-Men in issue #94 with no explanation to his return and an addiction to "Banshee". After battling the X-Men, Jean Grey revealed Northstar to still be alive after his supposed death. Colossus then returns (alongside his X-Men team) to Xavier's X-Men.|
|Cyclops||Scott Summers||Ultimate X-Men #1||Field leader. Left the team for a short while to join the Brotherhood, but later returned to the X-Men. Broke up the X-Men when Xavier "died". After Xavier's "death", Cyclops became headmaster of the Institute along with Jean Grey. Following Xavier's return, he returned to the X-Men. He began using Banshee and officially left Xavier's team for Colossus's team, before eventually returning.
Deceased: Killed by Quicksilver.
|Iceman||Robert "Bobby" Drake||Ultimate X-Men #1||Youngest member of the original team. Student at the Xavier Institute. Left the X-Men when Cyclops disbanded them, without joining Bishop's new team. Returned as an X-Man after Xavier's return in issue #93.|
|Marvel Girl||Jean Grey||Ultimate X-Men #1||Girlfriend of Cyclops. Former teacher and former headmistress of the Xavier Institute. Went missing after issue #93. Returned in issue #94. Currently featured in Ultimate Comics X|
|Storm||Ororo Munroe||Ultimate X-Men #1||Second field leader. Helped Bishop make a new team of X-Men following Xavier's "death", before eventually returning. Longtime member of the X-Men.|
|Wolverine||James "Lucky Jim" Howlett / Logan||Ultimate X-Men #3||Formerly Magneto's assassin and the original Weapon X. Left in issue #80 to find answers about his past. Joined Bishop's X-Men in issue #83 and returned to the Institute after Xavier's return.
Deceased: Killed by Magneto in Ultimatum
|Shadowcat||Katherine "Kitty" Pryde||Ultimate X-Men #21||Spider-Man's ex-girlfriend. Left the team in issue #79, featured in Ultimate Comics Spiderman.|
|Nightcrawler||Kurt Wagner||Ultimate X-Men #32||Former member of Weapon X. He was previously psychically incapacitated by Professor X for kidnapping Dazzler, but escaped in issue #79 following Xavier's death. Was made leader of the Morlocks afterward, but returned to the X-Men in issue #94 with no explanation on his return. Currently is an X-Man. He was revealed to be part of Colossus's team, but later returned to Xavier's X-Men. He was also thought to have been deceased by Jean in issue #98 after being hit by the Ultimatum Wave.|
|Rogue||Marian||Ultimate X-Men #32||Currently a student at the Xavier Institute and a member of the X-Men. She was revealed to be part of Colossus's team. She eventually returned to Xavier's X-Men after battling her teammates.|
|Angel||Warren Worthington III||Ultimate X-Men #40||Was expelled from the X-Men by Professor X as a cover for him to join Emma Frost's Academy of Tomorrow as a spy. He joined as a member of Bishop's new X-Men. He was shot and killed by Mister Sinister in issue #90 and later revived in issue #93 by Jean Grey/Phoenix, and is now an X-Man again. He was revealed to be part of Colossus's team. He soon returned to the X-Mansion and Xavier's X-Men.
Deceased: Killed by Sabretooth during Ultimatum.
|Dazzler||Allison "Ali" Blaire||Ultimate X-Men #48||Left the X-Men after Nightcrawler kidnapped her in Ultimate X-Men Annual #2. Joined the new X-Men in issue #82. Returned to the Institute following Xavier's return. She was then revealed to be part of Colossus's team. After a battle against Xavier's X-Men, the separate X-Men teams conjoined into one again.
Deceased: In issue #98, after being hit by the Ultimatum Wave.
|Syndicate||Luke and Matthew (surname unrevealed)||Ultimate X-Men #58||Conjoined twins, working as a private agent for Professor X. Never seen with the rest of the team until issue #93 where they became X-Men.
Deceased: One head was shot off by William Stryker, and then they both died of blood loss.
|Magician||Elliot Boggs||Ultimate X-Men #69||Current whereabouts unknown.|
|Bishop||Bishop (full name unrevealed)||Ultimate X-Men #77||Time traveler from the future. Leader and founder of the new X-Men.
Deceased: Killed by Wolverine in issue #90.
|Pyro||(Presumably) John Allerdyce||Ultimate X-Men #82||Former Morlock. Recruited into the new X-Men by Bishop and Storm in issue #82. Defected to the Brotherhood of Mutant Supremacy. Had both his hands cut off by Valkyrie, and following Ultimatum is possibly dead.|
|Psylocke||Elizabeth "Betsy" Braddock||Ultimate X-Men #84||Former S.T.R.I.K.E. agent. Inherited the body of a woman known as Kwannon after being possessed by Proteus and then killed by Colossus. Joined Bishop's team as a member of the new X-Men. Returned to the X-Mansion as one of Xavier's X-Men. Current whereabouts unknown.|
|Toad||Mortimer Toynbee||Ultimate X-Men #93||Former Brotherhood member. Became a teacher at the Xavier Institute after Cyclops disbanded the X-Men in issue #81. After Xavier was revealed to be alive and returned as Headmaster of the Institute, Toad became one of Xavier's X-Men. Current whereabouts unknown.|
|Firestar||Elizabeth "Liz" Allan||Ultimate X-Men #94||Friend of Mary Jane and Peter Parker from the Ultimate Spider-Man series. Joined the Xavier Institute and the X-Men after she found out she was a mutant. Was revealed to have returned to civilian life with her half-brother, Blob II, and later joined the Jeany Grey's new X-Team|
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