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Jean Grey
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Biographical Information
Real Name: Jean Grey
Alias: Red
Age: 17 - 20
Species: Mutant
Religion: Catholic
Originally From: New Jersey, USA
Relatives: John and Elaine Grey
Sara Grey (Sister)
Affiliations: X-Men
Bayville High School
Bayville Sirens (Disbanded)
Bayville Soccer Team (Former)
Bayville Basketball Team (Former)
Bayville Floor Hockey (Former)
Phoenix Force
Interests: Scott Summers (Boyfriend)
Duncan Matthews (Ex)
Physical Description
Gender: Female
Hair color: Red
Eye color: Green
Height: 5'10
Character Information
Powers: Telepathy
Telekinesis
First Appearance: Strategy X
Voiced by: Venus Terzo
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"Most of you have children, and you love them for who they are, not for what they can, or can’t do. There is a chance that one of them will have an advanced X gene, & as they grow older they will be considered mutants. You will love them anyway. But people will hate them. And people will want to hurt them. You will hope for the day that your child can live in a safe world"
Jean Grey to the School-board Mainstream

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Personality

Jeans Room

Jean Grey was "Miss Popular" of the X-Men. She is intelligent, strong-willed, pretty, confident, well-liked, and a naturally gifted athlete. Unlike many mutants who began as social outcasts and came to find their horizons expanded through their association with the Xavier Institute, Jean starts out from a high position of social status as she was shown to be very popular in high school. However, she is somewhat insecure and possesses a jealous streak when it comes to Scott Summers. As part of the X-Men, she has helped young mutants get accustomed to their new lives, acting as a bit of a peace-maker when their emotions over being a mutant get the best of them.

Physical Appearance

Jean is a beautiful Caucasian girl with a tall and athletic figure. She has long, red hair, which she wears freely down her back and green eyes. (Steven E. Gordon, who designed Jean, used Odette's hairstyle, and facial features since he helped create the Swan Princess). Jean usually wears a form-fitting pale purple shirt with a slight v-neck (exposing naval), tan khakis and brown open-toed sandals. She accessorised with gold bracelets on each of her wrists.

Her second outfit consist of a yellow, 3/4-sleeved shirt with orange accents (exposing naval), form-fitting, blue jeans with a dark belt and silver high heels. She accessorises with purple bracelets on each of her wrists and a silver necklace.

Her third outfit included a short-sleeved, olive-green and yellow-striped shirt (exposing naval), a long, brown, pencil skirt with a dark brown belt, and yellow bow-tied sandals. She accessorises with gold bangle bracelets on both of her wrists.

For sleep wear, she wears a powder blue nightgown that falls to mid-thigh and has capped sleeves. The hems of the skirt and sleeves and the collar of the nightgown are pale yellow, and there is a slight slit in the thigh.

When playing soccer, Jean wears the uniform of the girl's Bayville soccer team. It consists of a shirt, which is maroon with white sleeves that fall to the elbow, a yellow collar, a yellow stripe down the sleeves, and white '9' on the right breast (her number). The shorts are also maroon with a yellow elastic hem and yellow stripes down the leg. It also appears as if she's wearing a white shirt beneath her uniform and she has her hair in a ponytail while she plays.

In Jean's X-men uniform, she wears a dark navy blue bodysuit with a cowl that covers her whole body except for her face, hair, and hands. Her suit has a bright green V-shaped triangle on the front and has the "X" logo on the side of each of her arms/shoulders. She also wears a single bangle bracelet on each of her wrists.

Powers & Abilities

Jean Grey possesses advanced telepathic and telekinetic abilities. Her telekinesis allows her to manipulate psionic energy in various ways to levitate, manipulate and move objects or people and project great force with her mind, including powerful shockwaves and forcefields (strong enough to hold back the water flow of a broken dam or contain a massive train explosion). She can use her telekinesis on herself to levitate and achieve limited flight. During the first season, Jean's telekinetic abilities were still improving, but after her power surge in Season Two, Jean's telekinetic abilities evolved dramatically to the point where she was able to levitate two helicopters with little effort, as well as bend sheet metal.

Her telepathy allows her to read and control minds, project her thoughts, scan locations to find a specific mind and influence both cognitive and motor functions in others. Jean has demonstrated offensive use of her telepathy, as when she wiped the memory of a bully who saw Nightcrawler in his true form in Operation: Rebirth after his Image Inducer malfunctioned. An example of her telepathic strength was shown when she was able to psychically connect with Scott over a vast distance in the episode Blind Alley.

While living in the Xavier Mansion, Jean also trained in hand-to-hand combat.

History

Jean Grey/History

Relationships

Jean Grey/Relationships

Notes

In Other Media

  • This is Jean Grey's third animated appearance in an X-Men cartoon. She previously appeared in: Pryde of the X-Men and X-Men: The Animated Series.
  • She has appeared as a main character in the cartoon Wolverine and the X-Men.
  • Jean Grey has appeared in seven of the thirteen X-Men movies. These include: X-Men, X2, X-Men: Last Stand, and X-Men: Days of Future Past
  • Jean has been a playable character in multiple games, including: X-Men: Mutant Academy, X-Men Legends and X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse

Appearances

Season One
Strategy X X Impulse Rogue Recruit Mutant Crush Speed & Spyke Middleverse Turn of the Rogue
Spykecam Survival of the Fittest Shadowed Past Grim Reminder The Cauldron I The Cauldron II
Season Two
Growing Pains Power Surge Bada-Bing Bada-Boom Fun and Games The Beast of Bayville Adrift On Angel's Wings African Storm Joyride
Walk on the Wild Side Operation: Rebirth Mindbender Shadow Dance Retreat The Hex Factor Day of Reckoning I Day of Reckoning II
Season Three
Day of Recovery The Stuff of Heroes Mainstream The Stuff of Villains Blind Alley X-Treme Measures The Toad, the Witch,
and the Wardrobe
Self Possessed Under Lock and Key Cruise Control X23 * Dark Horizon I Dark Horizon II
Season Four
Impact No Good Deed Target X Sins of the Son Uprising Cajun Spice Ghost of a Chance Ascension I Ascension II
  • *Appeared but had no lines.

References

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