White Queen (Marvel)(02 - Emma Frost)
Real Name: Emma Frost
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White Queen is a powerful telepath who can project images into peoples' minds, speak telepathically and read minds.
+ Astral Projection
+ Illusion Casting
+ Psionic (eg.Psionic Mind Blasts)
+ Super Strength
+ Unarmed Combat
Emma Grace Frost grew up in the rich neighborhood of Snow Valley, Massachusetts as the daughter of a wealthy, albeit abusive father. She developed her powers while under pressure from her father to succeed. Emma blackmailed her father after he got a professor who she was romantically linked with fired. Despite her father being upset, he decided she was smart and offered her to take over the family business, but Emma declined preffering to make her fortune herself. Emma left her family and joined the radical mutant group, the Hellfire Club. After spending a stint as the “White Queen,” she later defected to the X-Men to lead the team.
+++ HELLFIRE CLUB +++
Emma first encounters the X-men while she is the “White Queen” of the dangerous Hellfire Club. She tries to forcibly recruit Kitty Pryde to the club, but was opposed by the X-Men. Though Emma is initially triumphant, the X-Men eventually defeats her. She and her mutant students, the Hellions would encounter the X-Men many times after this. Her time with the Hellfire Club ends when she is attacked by a mad time traveler named Trevor Fitzroy. In the ensuing incident which also involved the X-Men, most of the Hellions are killed, and Emma in sent into a coma. She is eventually revived, although her mind is transferred to Bobby Drake's body. Initially Emma thought Xavier is holding her hostage, so she flees to Frost International - still in Iceman's body. Accessing one of her computers, Emma discovers her Hellions were dead and blames herself for it.
When Xavier and some other X-Men finally catch up with her, Frost confesses to Charles that the only reason she fights him over young mutants was that she believes that she could offer them something Xavier can’t, and that their deaths proves that she was wrong. Emma then agrees to go back to the X-Mansion and have her mind transferred back to her body.
Because the line between Emma and the White Queen is so hard to see, for database purposes the line is drawn in such a way that she is only considered to be "The White Queen" during the period of time where she was a ruthless villain. Chronologically, this ends sometime after the Hellions were killed.
First Appearance: Uncanny X-Men (1963) #129
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Classic X-Men (1986)
#34 Dark Reign: The Cabal (2009)
- 'The Action of the Tiger!'#35
- 'God Spare the Child...'
Dark X-Men: The Confession (2009)
Essential X-Men (1995)
#18 Firestar (1986)
- 'The Phalanx Covenant Begins!'
#1 Generation X (1994)
- 'Mark of the Mutant'#2
- 'The Players and the Pawn!'#3
- 'This Lady Kills!'#4
- 'Now Strikes the Assassin'
#55 Generation X (1997)
- 'Sins of the Past, Part 1: In Another Man's Shoes'#56
- 'Sins of the Past, Part 2: Heal Thyself'
Madness in Murderworld (1989)
#1 Marvel Age (1983)
- 'Madness in Murderworld'
Marvel Collector's Edition (1993)
Marvel Comics Presents (1988)
Marvel Illustrated: Swimsuit Issue (1991)
#1 Marvel Limited: X-Men Famous Firsts (1995)
- 'The Swimsuit Issue'
HC Marvel Swimsuit Special (1992)
- 'Marvel Limited: X-Men Famous Firsts'
#3 Marvels Companion (2014)
- 'Come to the Moon and View Heavenly Bodies Guaranteed to Send You into Orbit!'
TPB Mercenary: The Freelance Illustration of Dan Brereton (2016)
- 'Marvels Companion'
HC Punisher kills the Marvel Universe (2001)
- 'Mercenary: The Freelance Illustration of Dan Brereton'
#2 Ryhmä-X / X-Men (1984)
- 'Ruins, Book Two: Women in Flight'
Secret Wars II (1985)
#7 Spider-Man: Spirits of the Earth (1990)
- 'Charge of the Dark Brigade!'
The Last Fantastic Four Story (2007)
The Marvel Encyclopedia (2006)
HC The Marvel Masterpieces Collection (1993)
- 'The Marvel Encyclopedia'
The Marvel X-Men Collection (1994)
The New Mutants (1983)
The New Warriors (1990)
Annual 01 The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe (1983)
- 'Errant Knights'Annual 02
- 'Questions of Power The Hero Killers Part 4'#5
- 'The Man Who Stole Tomorrow'#8
- 'Hard Choices, Part Two: Devils at the Doorstep'#9
- 'Hard Choices, Part Three: Following the Line along the Middle'#10
- 'A Betrayal of Hope'#13
- 'A World For the Winning'
#5 The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Deluxe Edition (1985)
- 'H-J: From Hangman to Juggernaut'#12
- 'V-Z: From Valkyrie to Zzzax'
#14 The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Master Edition (1990)
- 'Unicorn to Wolverine'
Travis Charest Sketchbook (2005)
Uncanny X-Men (1963)
Annual 02 (2009) What If...? (1989)
- 'White Queen, Dark Reign'Annual 07
- 'Scavenger Hunt'#129
- 'God Spare the Child...'#130
- 'Run For Your Life!'#132
- 'And Hellfire is Their Name!'#151
- 'X-Men Minus One'#152
- 'The Hellfire Gambit'#169
- 'Whose Life Is It, Anyway?'#182
- 'The Morning After'#219
- 'Where Duty Lies'#281
- 'Fresh Upstart'#282
- 'Bishop's Crossing'#284
- 'Into the Void'#310
- '... Show Me the Way To Go Home...'#311
- 'Putting the Cat Out'#312
- 'Hands Across the Water'#314
- 'Early Frost'#316
- 'Generation Next, Part 1: Encounter'#317
- 'Generation Next, Part 3: Enter Freely and of Your Own Will'#318
- 'Moving Day'#502
- 'SFX 3: Beginning to See the Light'
#24 What The--?! (1988)
- 'What If... Wolverine Had Become the Lord of Vampires?'#77
- 'What If... Legion Had Killed Magneto?'#87
- 'Cat and Mouse'
#25 Wolverine (2010)
- 'All Mutant Parody Issue'
#8 X-Factor (1986)
- 'Wolverine Vs. the X-Men, Part 3 of 3'
#36 X-Men Fairy Tales (2006)
- 'Generation Next, Part 2: Drop the Leash'#37
- 'Generation Next, Part 4: The Currents Shift'
X-Men Origins: Emma Frost (2010)
X-Men Unlimited (1993)
X-Men Unlimited (2004)
X-Men: Earth's Mutant Heroes (2011)
X-Men: Hellfire Club (2000)
#1 X-Men: Original Sin (2008)
- 'Also Sprach Sebastion'
#1 X-Men: Rarities (1995)
- 'Original Sin: Part 1'
X-Men: Ronin (2003)
#1 X-Men: The Ultra Collection (1994)
- 'Hajime No Ippo (The First Step)'#2
- 'Bunraku (The Puppet Show)'#3
- 'Kakuage (Promotion)'#5
- 'Shima (Zone of Death)'
Xavier Institute Alumni Yearbook (1996)
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The Uncanny X-Men (1989)
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