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Rogue and Gambit had briefly met and interacted before X-Men #3, and Rogue grabbed Gambit for a kiss and they held each other as they faced oblivion. . Mark Hamill geeks out over 'lost' Batman: The Animated Series. Rogue and Gambit are, undoubtedly, one of the most famous X-Men From there, their relationship has gone up and down, however, one. The woman known only as Rogue is a mutant and a member of the X-Men. Rogue shared a difficult relationship with fellow team member Gambit. It can best .
Not that it would be particularly easy. And the book is also featuring on their relationship, so you need them actually talking about it. For those of you not familiar, that covers, clockwise from the top-left: Rogue showing up for their first date in a fancy dress. The end of said fancy date in which Gambit ducked a tripwire but failed to tell Rogue. Rogue abandoning Gambit in Antarctica after learning that he had gathered the Marauders and led them to the Morlocks for the Mutant Massacre.
Both of them being run through by Vargas during an alien invasion.
Gambit with his former wife, Belladonna. Rogue kissing Magneto, after choosing him over Gambit. Rogue kissing Deadpool, which led to the restoration of Wonder Man. Will the strong Southern Belle trust a thief?
Yet before long she joined the X-Men as an anti-heroine, and grew to embody the plucky spirit of the team at the time. Much as Rogue had embodied the s era of grunge and angst, Gambit embodied the s era of flair and design. A year later, Claremont and Lee launched a second title, X-Men, which was one of the best selling single issues of all time.
Before long, Gambit and Rogue were paired up on the page. Image by Marvel Comics The pair have been intertwined for much of their time on panel as well. From there, writer Kelly Thompson sets the tone on a story she has likely wanted to write since she was a kid. Look What the Shadowcat Dragged In! Image by Marvel Comics Still using exploding playing cards as weapons, Gambit sees himself as an ace — even if he often ends up a joker. As usual, Gambit makes a mess of things yet comes off looking cool due to his charms.
Cerebra has detected mutants ceasing to exist on the island paradise of Cuidad Paraiso. Kitty needs a volatile couple with legitimate baggage to make it there. He sees it as their chance to rekindle whatever is left of their relationship. And while Rogue was hardly a fan going in, not even she can resist falling into some old routines.
She teases Remy regarding his disapproval of her make-out session with Deadpool, while addressing some of the old concerns of their relationship. Image by Marvel Comics However, the pair also have to focus on the mission.
In addition, their fellow island neighbors Janine and Theo seem like they are a bit too eager to welcome them! She usually had an attitude of good-natured irrevence. She was a bit of a flirt and flirted with any man she found to be attractive such as CyclopsColossusArchangeland Spider-Man during the her time as a hero.
However she was unafraid to call Wolverine names, insult him, yell at him, argue with him, or threaten to get into a fight with him whenever he annoyed her or made her angry. Relationships Gambit Gambit was Rogue's on-off-again love interest, with Gambit constantly trying to flirt with her, which often at times left her annoyed. They were often seen not leaving the other's side and Rogue defended him from Wolverine on multiple occasions, with Wolverine telling her, "I knew you always had a soft spot for the Cajun.
After the final Sentinel battle, Rogue ran up to Gambit, placing a hand over his mouth and kissing the back of it, telling him that that would be the closest thing to a kiss he was going to get from her. Cyclops Cyclops was at first naive to Rogue's sadness and pain over not being able to control her powers, but he soon became empathetic after Jean voiced her worries for Rogue to him.
He, along with Jean, went off to follow Rogue when she considered "curing" her mutant abilities and comfort her to try and convince her not to take the cure. Rogue found Cyclops to be attractive, and when he was passed out and barely breathing, Rogue gave him CPR, jokingly saying, "Don't worry, I won't tell Jean," which caused her to absorb his abilities. Storm Storm was one of Rogue's closest friends; the two rescued Jubilee the first time from the Sentinel that was chasing her while they were at the mall shopping.
They both shared a close friendship with Jean and served as bridesmaids in her and Cyclops' first wedding. The two were seemingly inseparable from one another, and when Storm's claustrophobia caused her to collapse underneath a fallen brick wall during a fight with Magneto, Rogue ran over to Storm and cried out to her, calling her "Honey" and trying to shake her awake.
When Rogue considered curing her mutant powers, Jean revealed to Cyclops that she was worried about her, telling him that she understood where Rogue was coming from, as whenever she and Cyclops kissed or shared a touch with each other, Jean could feel when Cyclops was in pain or suffering.
She and Cyclops were the ones to go after Rogue, and when Jean nearly fell into the ocean, Rogue saved her, with Jean telling her, "I'm okay. I'm just a bit bruised, thanks to you. After Rogue lost control of her power and the voice of Ms. Marvel began haunting her mind, Jean entered Rogue's mind using Cerebro and helped Rogue lock Carol Danvers away, showing how willing Jean was to go out of her way to help Rogue through what she was going through.
Jubilee Rogue first ran into Jubilee at the shopping mall and rescued her when she was about to be kidnapped by a Sentinel that was chasing her. Rogue was very fond of Jubilee, oftentimes calling her "Sweet Pea," "Sugah" and "Honey" as terms of endearment for her.
Rogue often looked out for Jubilee, allowing her to rest against her shoulder while they were in D.
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Jubilee possibly looked up to Rogue like a big sister. After Jean's supposed "death" when Jubilee showed extreme anger at how unfair it was that Jean "died," Rogue was the first one to break through her anger and held Jubilee while she cried in her arms, comforting her through their loss. Mystique Mystique adopted Rogue as her daughter at one point, with Rogue having called her, "Mama.
She learned of Mystique being her adoptive mom when Mystique revealed it to her in D. C after her attempted assassination on Senator Kelly, which left Rogue in shock and heartbroken. Nightcrawler Nightcrawler is Rogue's brother by adoption due to him being Mystique's biological son. This article is a stub. You can help Marvel Animated Universe Wiki by expanding it. Her appearance on Fantastic Four was unvoiced. When casting Rogue, the producers had in mind a voice soft, deep, dark, sultry Deep South voice similar to Ava Gardner.
They specifically warned not to make her exaggeratedly drawling or sing-songy. During the first part of the opening titles, Rogue and Storm are the only two not in the Blackbird and flying on their own.
This was to quickly establish their flying abilities quickly. The art features her in a trench coat, presumably Gambit's. In the comics, she was married to Magneto and they had a child. Concept art was revealed for the semi-transformed Colony version of Rogue. IGN ranked this version of Rogue at number forty-eight among their top ninety animated characters of the s. They said, "Being a teenager is tough enough as is, what with all of the social pressures and adapting to early adulthood… but throw in mutant powers and everything goes out the window.
She can absorb the mind and all of its knowledge through mere skin contact, making her one of the most resourceful heroes at ending conflicts within the X-Men. It was eventually revealed to be Anna-Marie. She has also been called Raven, Mystique's real name, leading some to believe her name is Anna-Marie Raven. Grew up in Mississippi.
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Again, this was not revealed until after the series. Battled the X-Men before joining them. When she first met Wolverine, he did not like her as he was a close ally to Ms.
The Rogue and Ms. Marvel personalities in Rogue's mind battled for years, with Ms. Marvel often taking over completely, changing Rogue's costume and room decorations angering Rogue. Briefly had a romantic relationship with Magneto when they were powerless in the Savage Land.