Saint Elmo (comics)

Saint Elmo (comics)

Sabre is a mutant super villain in the Marvel Comics Universe. His first appearance was in X-Men #106.

Young and reckless, Sabre was chosen by Mystique to join her new Brotherhood of Mutants, though never actually participated in any missions. He had the mutant ability of super speed, and took the name of the deceased Super Sabre. It is unknown if he continues to serve Mystique behind the scenes, or if he even retains his powers after Decimation.

Hyper-accelerated metabolism augments his natural speed, reflexes, coordination, endurance, and the healing properties of his body.

  • Sabreclaw
  • Sabretooth
  • Sack

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