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Like many mutants it is an odd physical characteristic tied to her X Gene. Compare Lorna Dane, Storm, Nightcrawler, etc. Also she was used by. Rogue can feel everyone that she's ever touched, inside her head. (Also just for hair dye people, you don't get white when you bleach dark. He cuts Rogue's chains and holds her. She isn't moving, and notices the white streak in her hair. He touches her cheek, attempting to give her.
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Hi Jenniferx8 talk Rogue is not Rogue white hair for having an origin and name that were unrevealed for years. Wolverine's name was not revealed for thirty years. This image was pencilled by R. Migliaris and coloured by "Transparency Digital". Personally, I think it's a horrible choice. It looks more like rogue from Rogue white hair x movies than the comics, it's neither in her current or iconic the one most people know from the cartoon costume.
I say it should be changed. In my opinion these tags should either be confined to the discussion page, for us "Rogue Moderators" as it were to see and act upon. Most passing readers are put off by the tags. The information on the page is for loyal followers of and Marvel comics, if a reader finds it hard to understand, i feel that this page is the source that allows them to extend their Marvel knowledge.
Again, in my opinion i find this page long and detailed and easy to understand, the history andlife of the comic book charater we all know and love.
Thank you for your time. Hey, can someone point me to the Rogue white hair or whatever where it says Rogue's Sunfire powers give her super-strength? I don't remember Sunfire ever displaying super-strength, but it's not like I have every one of his appearances or anything.
Took all of the history stuff out of the powers section it can get confusing enough as it is! Cleaned up her powers section so it clearly defines her various powers at the very stages of her career. I added "is a comic book character in the Marvel Comics universe. Thus it is important to convey up front, one way or another, that fictional and otherwise nonexistent objects are indeed fictional.
Is there a way to produce images of Rogue which are not copyrighted? I mean that if I link a snapshot which I have takenis it copyrighted material? But no, there's no way of producing a truly free image of Rogue - even if Rogue white hair drew and coloured it yourself, Rogue's depiction and costume is still a trademark of Marvel.
I'm not sure how you could cite material you made of a copywrited image I would contact Wikipedia. I would love to know. I went in and did a big re-write on some parts of Rogue's backstory, excising a large chunk dealing with her history when de-powered.
This summary seemed to take up a disproportionately large chunk of Rogue white hair article, Rogue white hair was also written in a somewhat informal voice. It may also be worth fact-checking this article with something like the Spotlight On article at UncannyXmen.
Rogue in Ultimate Marvel has diverged enough from her Earth counterpart that I think she merits a separate Different powers entirely right now though her original powers, I'd guess, may come backdifferent history, different relationships, a known name. She's a different character almost entirely except for the streak in her hair and the country accent which is
Rogue white hair interrupted from time to time with faux cajun.
I think this info should be added back into the article. It's something people
Rogue white hair curious about. I saw in the history that someone "deleted the false trivia about the white streak. It was on an answer-and-question page in one issue of X-Men, iirc. I'm going to look for the issue so that the source can be cited. Now, about the way the X-Men movies deal Rogue white hair Rogue's streak From just viewing the movie, it is seen that Rogue's streak appears when the wave from Magneto's machine hits her hair.
I may do some poking around to see if Marvel or the filmmakers answered this explicitly. In the first X-Men movie the white streak is probably the result of her "near-death-experience.
As for the comics, how hard is it to accept a simple genetic defect like the pigments in her fringe being a lighter colour then the rest of her hair? It would explain the streak being present as a child, and always occuring in her fringe except for the eighties hairstyle, which I guess could be explained as simply "80's". In the X-men movie she clearly states to Wolverine, that the white streak is a result of absorbing Magneto's power.
Also even if her bleaching her hair was retconned it's still worth mentioning because at one point it was true! Add '''Support''' or '''Oppose''' and add a comment for your vote if you'd like.
I created the article, and per my previous statement below my username Psyphics regarding the merit of a separate article, I do believe that Ultimate Rogue has diverged quite a bit from her counterpart name, powers, accent, relationships, Weapon X. However, I was unaware of Wikiproject comics policy at the time, and much of the fictional character history should probably be cut out as it's too detailed.
That said, I'll
Rogue white hair it up to the community to decide what to do with it. The Ultimate characters are an expanding characters, most likely larger than any other alt universe counterpart. They of all people deserve seperate
Rogue white hair sites. I'm curious about this sudden change in Rogue's bio.
They're always who they are, they don't pretend to be another person. I've finally seen the light and gotten off the fence about this. While Rogue used all of Ms. Marvel's other powers, I can't think of one moment where she used Ms. if so, is it article entry worthy?
In the trial of Gambit in Uncanny X-men she uses it and also states that it has not alerted her to anything for a long time, other than that I dont think she used it very often.
What do you all think about adding a section about what Rogue did in the House of M? In the movie magneto said something about her hair and the blondinsh strand she has. What's the deal with that? Why was Rogue kissing Wolverine?
We should add that in the article. Are they still dating? How does Rogue not kill him? We should include more on their relationship. I notice the image page specifies that the image is being used under fair use but there is no explanation or rationale as to why its use in this Wikipedia article constitutes fair use.
In addition to the boilerplate fair use templateyou must also write out on the image description Rogue white hair a specific explanation or rationale for why using this image in each article is consistent with fair use. Please go to the image description page and edit it to include a fair use rationale. Using one of the templates at Wikipedia: Fair use rationale guideline is an easy way to insure that your image is in with Wikipedia policy, but remember that you must complete the template.
Do not simply insert a blank template on an image page. If there is other other fair use media, consider checking that you have specified the Rogue white hair use rationale on the other images used on this page.
Note that any fair use images uploaded after 4 May,and lacking such an explanation will be deleted one Rogue white hair after they have been uploaded, as described on criteria for speedy deletion.
If you have any questions please ask them at the Media copyright questions page. I propose changing the picture. The background is too busy with other X-Men and frankly, the art is just bad. The inker went overboard, Finch doesn't have a great grasp of anatomy and the face looks like every other female Finch has ever drawn.
I think we should keep it. It shows her full and current constume and it isn't bad artwork. Plus you can harldy Rogue white hair the other X-Men in the backround. I agree it should be changed.
I vote either Bachalo's recent cover to X-Men or Rogue's 3rd mini series issue 3 as it demonstrates her likeness and power perfectly 04nbod Its been stated by OMUH
Rogue white hair of Marvel that Rogue's inability to control her power is psychological in nature, is there any Rogue white hair evidence of this other than this reference?
Or was it just a mistake? How about doing some cleanup of the article. It's way too long. Do we really need every story arc Rogue is involved with discussed? For a character created in the 80s, she has longer article than most of the original X-Men.
Any agreement on this and anyone willing to do so? This is a huge article and not in line with her notability in the team. There is a lot of fan cruft in the article. Naturally everyone has their favorite Rogue story if you are an X-fan, but doe sit really need to be in the Wikipedia entry? COuld this all be moved to the wiki on Marvel.
To those that Rogue white hair, several times now, changed the subheading of Messiah Complex to Blinded by the Light: It's an appropriate title, until we have more information about the arc. I fail to see how Blinded by the Light is more reasonable.
Rogue white hair least with Messiah Complex readers understand where we are in the story.
Your heading is both non-informing and a little piece of fan poetry. Please stop changing it back to that.
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- Rogue is a fictional superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Her visual cue is often the white streak that runs through her hair. Well, the part I added about the official Marvel Comics answer about how Rogue got her white streak is not false.
- It varies wildly. For example, in the Movie X-Men, Rogue's hair is turned white during the ordeal with Magneto's machine. In certain comics, she. Like many mutants it is an odd physical characteristic tied to her X Gene. Compare Lorna Dane, Storm, Nightcrawler, etc. Also she was used by.
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- We all know that Rogue had a white stripe in the animated series. Or do you like it that her hair turned white because of the machine? #1. Rogue can feel everyone that she's ever touched, inside her head. (Also just for hair dye people, you don't get white when you bleach dark.
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Hi Jenniferx8 talk Rogue is not "unusual" to having an provenience and that were unrevealed for the duration of years. Wolverine's pinpoint was not revealed throughout thirty years.
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