Avengers Annual No. 10 didn’t make a big deal about it on the cover, but it introduced one of the X-Men’s best — as a villain. Disillusioned and angry, the teenage Rogue fell under the influence of the villain Mystique and, after taking the powers of Ms. Marvel and going a bit crazy, was goaded into attacking the Avengers, effectively defeating them. (Marvel)
Introduction of Rogue (1981)
Sept. 06, 2013 | 1:30 a.m.
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