Which x men film is Warren Worthington III in?
X men the last stand
Ther are too many to name them all but here are some. Professor X - Charles Xavier Cyclops-Scott Summers Phoenix/Marvel Girl- Jean Grey Storm - Ororo Munroe Beast - Hank Mc'oy Iceman - Robert "Bobby" Drake Angel - Warren Worthington III Shadowcat/Sprite - Katherine "Kitty" Pryde Nightcrawler - Kurt Wagner Wolverine - Logan Colossus - Piotr "Peter" Rasputin
well.. there are tons of X-men but the original X-men in the comics is Professor X (Charles Xavier) who has the power of the mind and brought the X-men together, Then there is Cyclops (Scott Summers) who can shoot optic beams from (his eyes), Also there is Marvel Girl (Jean Grey) with the powers of telekinesis, Iceman (Bobby Drake) can shoot ice, The Angel (Warren Worthington the Third) power of flight with bird like wings…
Wolverine=Logan=James Howlett Iceman=Bobby Drake Cyclops=Scott Summers Storm=Ororo Munroe Beast= Dr . Henry Hank Mc Coy Nightcrawler=Kurt Wagner Shadowcat= Kitty Pryde Magneto=Eric lensherr Rogue=Anna Marie Leech=Jimmy ______ Colossus=Piotr Rasputin Juggernaut=Cain Marko Phoenix=Jean Grey Mystique=Raven Darkhölme Angel=Warren Worthington III Pyro=John Allerdyce Jubilee=Jubilation Lee Siryn=Theresa Rourke Cassidy
Wimpy from Popeye the sailor. woody woodpecker Wonder Woman Wonder Man (The Avengers) the Wasp (The Avengers) Wilma Flintstone Waldo (Where's Waldo?) Warren Worthington (aka Angel, The X-Men) Watcher (Marvel Comics) Mr. Wilson (Dennis the Menace) Willow (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) War (Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, X-Men) Warpath (The New Mutants)
The X-Man Rogue, also named Anna Marie, is a mutant with extraordinarily dangerous powers. Her powers allow her to absorb the life force and memories of anyone she touches, but with mutants she can absorb their powers as well. There have been several X-Men who have gone by the name Angel, but the most prominent one is Warren Worthington III. His mutation has gifted him white feathered wings among other aviary traits. If Rogue were…