X-Men: Ultimate Movies vs Comics Fan Quiz

How well do you know the original X-Men storylines from the comic when compared to their screen counterparts?

Johan Beornson The Ist
Created by Johan Beornson The Ist
On Mar 29, 2017
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In the films, Rogue builds a relationship with Bobby Drake (Iceman). Who is her actual main squeeze in the comic books?

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In the film X-Men: Days of Future Past, Wolverine is sent back in time to save the future of Mutantkind. Which character actually travels back in time in the original comic book storyline?

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In the films, Colossus is a young American student at Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters. Where is he originally from in the comic books?

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In the first X-Men film, we are introduced to Cyclops, Jean Grey, Storm, and eventually Wolverine as the 'first' team of X-Men. Who makes up the original team in the comics?

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In X-Men: The Last Stand, Juggernaut is a mutant like the rest of the Brotherhood. How do his powers actually originate in the comics?

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In X2, Nightcrawler and Mystique share a wonderful moment in regards to their similar appearances. What is their relationship in the original comics?

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In 'The Last Stand, Jean's Dark Phoenix persona is a part of her own psyche locked away by Professor X. What is the Phoenix in the original comics?

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In the films, Rogue's absorption powers feature heavily into the plot, but she is void of her comic book super strength and flight. What character does she steal these powers from in the comic?

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In X-Men: First Class, Xavier and Magneto first meet in the midst of an operation to catch Sebastian Shaw. How did they originally meet in the comics?

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In X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Logan voluntarily undergoes the Weapon X program in order to take down Victor Creed (Sabertooth), for the death of Silver Fox. How does this actually play out in the comics?

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In X-Men: First Class, a young Hank McCoy is shown working for the government as an engineer when Xavier stumbles upon him. In the comics, how does Beast use his mutant powers as a young man before Xavier discovers him?

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In Hollywood, the X-Men film rights are owned by FOX, Spider-Man by Sony, and The Avengers by Marvel Studios. If a crossover became possible, which of these X-Men would NOT join up with the Avengers (and never did in the comics)?

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