Alternative versions of Professor X

Alternate versions of Professor X

Marvel Comics

First appearance
X-Men #1 (September 1963)

Created by
Stan Lee
Jack Kirby

See also
Professor X in other media

In addition to his mainstream incarnation, Professor X has had been depicted in other fictional universes.


1 1602
2 Age of Apocalypse
3 Amalgam Comics
4 Deadpool Corps
5 Exiles
6 House of M
7 Marvel Zombies
8 Mutant X
9 Ruins
10 Shadow Xavier
11 Ultimate Marvel
12 X-Men Noir
13 X-Treme X-Men
14 See also
15 References

Professor X is Carlos Javier in the miniseries Marvel 1602 (set in the alternative reality known as Earth-311), set at the end of the Elizabethan Era in an alternative universe. In this reality Carlos Javier set up a school for the Witchbreed in order to train them and prepare them to survive in a world that distrusted and hated them. He hid them away and would only send them out on mercy missions to retrieve other witchbreed who were in danger. When the young man named Werner -born with angel’s wings-was to be burnt at the stake by the Inquisition, Javier sent his team leader, Scotius Summerisle, and Roberto Trefusis to rescue the boy. They did, and brought him back to Javier’s school.[volume & issue needed]
Nicholas Fury, the Queen of England’s spymaster, came to visit Javier at his school and warn him of the danger posed by Elizabeth’s death and the eventual rise to power of King James of Scotland; who had no love for witchbreed. Javier acknowledged the threat, but did nothing about it, though he showed Fury his team of super-powered youths. Fury also asked a favor, and requested that Javier use his powers to read the thoughts of a captured assassin. All Javier could tell him what that he was one of three; another was to kill a girl from the colonies, and the third, the queen. Fury later sent his protégé, Peter Parquagh, to Javier’s school, to warn him that Fury would be coming for him in the name of King James soon, and that Javier should go quietly, rather than risk a war that would have serious consequences. Javier agreed, and when Fury arrived with an army of men, he and his students went without a fight.[volume & issue needed]
While captive, Javier joined a discussion with Fury and Doctor Strange-the physician and magician of Queen Elizabeth. Strange told them that the world was coming to an end and the only way to save it would be to launch an attack on the castle of Otto von Doom,