Fatale (Character)


Real Name: Pamela Greenwood

Publisher: Marvel Comics

Created by:  Scott Lobdell and Brandon Peterson (Pamela Greenwood); John Francis Moore and Jeff Matsuda (Fatale)

1st appearance: Uncanny X-Men #299, 1993

Nationality: Unknown

Team Affiliations: Brotherhood, X-Cell

Legal Status: US citizen with criminal record

Height: Variable              Weight: Variable

Eyes: Variable                  Hair: Variable

Relatives: Unknown

Skills and abilities: Trained martial artist (in the Ghost Tiger style) and gymnast with experience in armed and unarmed combat. She is highly proficient in the use of poisons and blades.

Powers: Fatale is a mutant able to warp light and space on a microscopic level. This enables her to alter her body into the appearance of someone else, blend into her surroundings to turn virtually invisible and teleport across vast of short distances.

She was depowered on M-Day.


Fatale was a mutant who became one of Europe’s most noted assassins. In America she was employed by Dark Beats who used her to gather information on the X-men, particularly Bishop. When her master got into information he needed to infiltrate the team she faked her death and escaped. When Dark Beast became interested in Havok brother to the X-men’s Cyclops she joined with the Tatsuo clan to secure him. Here she ran into Storm’s long time friend Yukio and she fled.

She then joined Onslaught’s army along with Dark Beast and was captured and jailed. They were later freed by Havok who recruited them into his rendition of the “Brotherhood”. They were betrayed by Havok and went into hiding. On M-Day she found herself rendered powerless. She joined other de-powered mutants in “X-Cell” and fought X-factor in hopes of being re-powered. They had their wish granted by Quicksilver but the powers proved unstable so they were cast into an alternate dimension where it’s presumed they either died or remains still.


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