Remy LeBeau

Do you want your kids to be part of the next generation of card sharks? Have dreams of retiring on your kid’s World Poker Tour money?

Consider sending your younglings along with Remy LeBeau (A.K.A. Gambit) on a weekend poker bootcamp.

Pyro & Iceman

Not all grudges last forever. After leaving the X-men and the Brotherhood of Mutants respectively, Bobby Drake (A.K.A. Iceman) and John Allerdyce (A.K.A. Pyro) teamed up to take on the ultimate challenge, low price heating and cooling.

Ororo Munroe

Ororo Munroe (A.K.A. Storm), at one point or another she’s been a god, thief, queen, and … gardener.

It is the last one that Ororo chose to focus on, bringing gardens and oases to even the harshest areas of her homeland through Oasis.

Jean-Paul Beaubier

Former athlete and notable gay member of the X-Men, it was only natural that upon leaving the group Jean-Paul Beaubier (A.K.A. Northstar) would go into the philanthropic sector with a series of gyms and sporting clubs that help and encourage gay youth in sports.

Warren Worthington III

Angel Charities, founded by ex-X-Man Warren Worthington III (A.K.A. Angel) delivers food and medical supplies to needy mutants and non-mutants around the world, as well as financing various welfare and social good organisations.

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Gambit was created by Chris Claremont and Jim Lee.

Pyro was created by Chris Claremont and John Byrne.

Iceman was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.

Storm was created by Len Wein Dave Cockrum.

Northstar was created by Chris Claremont and John Byrne.

Angel was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.

Branding the ex-X-Men


While glamorous, a career as an X-Man doesn’t exactly pay much. This has led to some of the heroes branching out on their own endeavours.

Overtime and risk of injury is high, along with the ever present risk of being brainwashed by a super-villain or ending up in a government sanctioned mutant prison.