49 Facts About Professor X


Professor X is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

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Professor X is an exceptionally powerful telepath, who can read and control the minds of others.

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Professor X has devised Cerebro and other equipment to enhance psionic powers and detect and track people with the mutant gene.

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Professor X is highly regarded by others in the Marvel Universe, respected by various governments, and trusted by several other superhero teams, including the Avengers and the Fantastic Four.

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Professor X appears in almost all of the X-Men animated series and in many video games, although usually as a non-playable character.

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Professor X later grows up to attend Pembroke College at the University of Oxford, where he earns a Professorship in Genetics and other science fields, and goes on to live first in Oxford and then London for a number of years.

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Professor X receives an M D in Psychiatry while spending several years in London.

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Professor X is later appointed Adjunct Professor at Columbia University.

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Professor X carves himself a niche as a soldier in search and rescue missions alongside Shadowcat's father, Carmen Pryde, and witnesses Cain's transformation into Juggernaut when he touches a ruby with an inscription on it in an underground temple.

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Professor X later discovers that Moira married her old boyfriend Joseph MacTaggert, who abuses her.

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Professor X's implores the professor to stop her mad brother, Shi'ar Emperor D'Ken, and he instantly aids her by deploying his X-Men.

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Professor X serves as a member of the Starjammers aboard the starship Starjammer, mobile in the Shi'ar Galaxy.

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Professor X becomes consort to the Princess-Majestrix Lilandra while in exile, and when she later resumes her throne he takes up residence with her in the Imperial palace on the Shi'ar homeworld.

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Professor X is for a time the unknowing host of the evil psionic entity Onslaught, the result of a previous battle with Magneto.

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Professor X asks Cyclops to send out a team to find out about the mutant.

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Confused by Xavier's gift Cain attempts to kill the Professor X bringing an entire sports bar down over their heads in the process.

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Professor X is later seen with Emma Frost where Beast is recuperating.

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Professor X's plans are foiled by the Avengers and the X-Men, and the Skull escapes.

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Professor X's spirit is later seen in the Heaven dimension along with Nightcrawler's spirit at the time when Azazel invades Heaven.

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Professor X's agrees and does so yet unbeknownst to her X was possessed by the Shadow King who violently erupts from X's head.

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Professor X is a mutant who possesses vast telepathic powers, and is among the strongest and most powerful telepaths in the Marvel Universe.

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Professor X is able to perceive the thoughts of others or project his own thoughts within a radius of approximately 250 miles .

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Professor X can learn foreign languages by reading the language centers of the brain of someone adept, and alternately "teach" languages to others in the same manner.

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Professor X is one of the few telepaths skilled enough to communicate with animals and even share their perceptions.

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Professor X has displayed telepathic prowess sufficient to confront Ego the Living Planet as well as narrowly defeat Exodus.

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Professor X is able to project from his mind 'bolts' composed of psychic energy, enabling him to stun the mind of another person into unconsciousness, inflict mental trauma, or even cause death.

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The Professor X, using the moniker X, fashioned a Cerebro like a helmet which acts as a focusing device for his psionic powers and used it to galvanize latent aspects of his X-Gene in order to stimulate some dormant properties, seemingly using telekinesis to will a flash drive on Mystique's person into his hand.

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Professor X is a world-renowned geneticist, a leading expert in mutation, possesses considerable knowledge of various life sciences, and is the inventor of Cerebro.

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Professor X is highly talented in devising equipment for utilizing and enhancing psionic powers.

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Professor X is a great tactician and strategist, effectively evaluating situations and devising swift responses.

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Professor X is Carlos Javier in the miniseries Marvel 1602, set at the end of the Elizabethan Era in an alternative universe.

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Professor X hid them away and would only send them out on mercy missions to retrieve other witchbreed who were in danger.

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Professor X sent Angel and Scotius down to silence the cannons, while he ordered Roberto to deflect cannonballs, which he himself would try to steer off course via the cannoneer's minds.

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Professor X was the only character aware of the nature of the Amalgam Comics universe.

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Professor X was combined with Martian Manhunter to create Mr X, leader of the JLX .

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Professor X tries to get her attention by wearing wigs, throwing a dance for both orphanages, and trying to alter her memory.

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Professor X saved Magneto's life from a sniper attack and joined him, hoping to influence Magneto's actions into benevolence.

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Professor X was disabled during the mutant takeover of Genosha and slowly grew more distant from Magneto as the latter's actions grew more bloodthirsty.

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Professor X joined forces with Sinister in a bid to transfer all the mental energy of all the world's telepaths into himself.

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Professor X moved the White House from Washington to Westchester, New York, letting the capital fall to waste and corruption.

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Professor X never formed the X-Men, with only Warren Worthington working for him as a secret serviceman.

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Professor X was known to frequently visit and verbally abuse them "leaving them all sobbing and throwing up".

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Professor X generally believes that reading minds without permission is unacceptable, or so he leads his students to believe.

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Professor X recently returned, revealed as Rogue's benefactor, secretly sending her on an undercover mission and stating that he does not want his former students to know about his plan.

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Professor X is currently in Riker's Island, awaiting charges after the truth about his reform school were made public.

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An alternative of Earth-616's Professor X is shown, there was seemingly little to distinguish Charles Xavier until the day he was kidnapped by the forces of the Savior, who removed his head from his body, placed in a life-giving "jar", and placed it with the heads of all the other alternative Xaviers put through the same procedure and made to scan the multiverse for the next mutants to be kidnapped.

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Professor X has appeared on a number of animated television shows including the X-Men animated series voiced by Cedric Smith, X-Men: Evolution voiced by David Kaye, and in Wolverine and the X-Men voiced by Jim Ward.

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Professor X has appeared in eleven live-action 20th Century Fox X-Men feature films to date.

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Professor X is played by Patrick Stewart in X-Men, X2, X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, The Wolverine, Logan, and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and by James McAvoy in X-Men: First Class, X-Men: Apocalypse, Deadpool 2 and Dark Phoenix.

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