Today is not about the douchebag. Today I want to talk about something different. I want to talk a little bit about who Polaris is.

(I’m dedicating this to (Polaris) people from ComicVine such as LordOfAllHumans (and a few others) who say Polaris is not recognizable… sounds funny guys, yes, I know but that’s what the troll said.

So, who’s Polaris? Lorna Dane? Green-hair Mistress of Magnetism? Any relation? Any team affiliations? Any abilities?

Lorna Dane AKA Polaris the green-hair Mistress of Magnetism is an X-Men since day 1. Who also is Magneto’s daughter and has 1 sister, 1 brother, and with 4 cute nephews and nieces. And all have super, cool, awesome powers. Plus they are all mutants (and inhumans).

Is she recognizable? I mean, is that a question to the obvious answer? Check on the images I posted above me and ask yourself if she is. I say FUCK yeah she’s recognizable and very well known. She is the Mistress of Magnetism who can generate magnetic energy pulses, create force fields, manipulate the Earth’s magnetic field, and allow herself to fly. By concentrating, Polaris can perceive the world around her solely as patterns of magnetic and electrical energy. She can perceive the natural magnetic auras surrounding living beings as well (Ain’t this sounds familiar?). She has bright green hair, the first indication of her mutation (which mean……she still a mutant DUH!). 

Briefly in her history, Polaris lost her magnetism power, but gained the ability to absorb negative emotions from the environment and use it as strength, endurance, invulnerability, and the ability to temporarily increase her height and mass.She eventually lost these additional powers and her original magnetic powers returned.

By The Way, Team Affiliations are……………………

1) X-Factor (Serval Industries) (She was a Leader)

2) X-Factor Investigations (She was also a Leader)

3) Starjammers

4) X-Men

5) X-Factor

6) Defenders for a Day

7) The Twelve

8) Acolytes

9) Horsemen of Apocalypse

10) Marauders (also lead the team)

11) Hysteries (Fantastic Force)

12) Exiles Vol.2

13) Academy of Tomorrow

And a few others that I can’t recall, but her majority teams was the X-Men and X-Factor……no question.

So, is she recognizable? I guess LordOfAllBullShit failed the trolling.

Wow! People wonder how powerful is Polaris. Well, if you see Magneto you’re seeing Polaris. Though, they use their powers differently, but they are the same abilities after all. For instance, Magneto flies as the speed of light. If I’m not mistaking, Quicksilver reached this level. The true extent of his amplified abilities are unknown, though he has been observed outrunning Thor’s lightning bolts, running from Tibet to Indonesia in a few seconds, and covering half the Earth’s distance in 92 seconds. He has ran back and forth in time and created time displaced duplicates (which Stephen Hawking theorized to take speeds of 25,000,000 mph) it can be confirmed Quicksilver has moved at speeds faster than light. My point is, it looks like Polaris can keep up with him. So, I presume she can also fly as the speed of light or even faster. This has caught my attention and I thought I should discuss this publicly.

the whole xmtas shi'ar/phoenix arc thing was. bizarre. it was like everything about jean was (turns head 360 degrees, breathes heavily) but also (drinks spring water, exfoliates skin, lays down in soft grass) and then charles emitted an evil Charlemagne Archibald Xaverus mind projection??? they were in space half the time. with the bird people aliens and the starjammers…..just one otherworldly, vaguely unsettling, but still complete 90s-cartoon-cheesy thing after another. it was like the last few episodes of neon genesis evangelion x men edition, especially if u take into account the dark phoenix parts


The cover to Uncanny X Men # 276 and from the looks of it, a page that shocked alot of the fans when this issue was released.  This is the issue where Lila Cheney spirits most of the X-Men and Deathbird away from Lilandra’s clutches.  Wolverine kills Xavier but another takes his place.  The Starjammers are sent to kill the X-Men and finally the plot is revealed–It’s always the flamin’ Skrulls isn’t it?  A great nail biting issue by Chris Claremont, Jim Lee, Scott Williams and the rest of the creative team.