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Genre Superhero
Creator Stan Lee
Jack Kirby
Publisher Marvel Comics
Country United States
Original run September 1963 - present

The X-Men are a team of Marvel superheroes created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1963. They are mutants specially trained by Professor Charles Xavier to prove that mutants can accomplish great things against anti-mutant backlash.

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The Singer & Her Song (The New Mutants #30, 1985)

After being posessed by Amahl Farouk, the Shadow King, Karma has the Shadow King's eating habits. For a period of time she is thought to be missing until she is discovered, highly overweight, grotesque and sinister.

Saturday Night Showdown (The New Mutants #31, 1985)

Against All Odds (The New Mutants #33, 1985)

With a Little Bit of Luck! (The New Mutants #34, 1985)

Home Is Where the Heart Is (The New Mutants Special Edition #1, 1985)

The Sword Is Drawn (Excalibur Special Edition, 1987)

Joyboy uses his powers to make Kitty Pryde as fat as he is until Phoenix stops him, quickly slimming Kitty down.

Dressed For Dinner (Uncanny X-Men Vol. 1 #231, 1988)

A demon posing as Baba Yaga captures Warlock, Wolfsbane, Sunspot, Mirage and Cannonball so she and her fellow demons can eat them. After being fattened up, the five are saved by Colossus and Magik returns them to normal with her powers.

A Warwolf Possessed (Excalibur Vol. 1 #2, 1988)

Goblin Morn! (Excalibur Vol. 1 #7, 1989)

An animated garbage truck eats Nightcrawler after eating some people, but spits them all back out when the people start attacking Nightcrawler.

Too Many Heroes (Excalibur Vol. 1 #14, 1989)

Kitty finds a hungry Widget on the train and feeds the robot some garbage. Also, one of the alternate reality superheroes is an overweight Quicksilver.

Gambit: Out of the Frying Pan (Uncanny X-Men Vol. 1 #266, 1990)

Farouk de-ages Storm, who is later rescued by Gambit. During a meal, Storm feels that her stomach will keep her from flying.

Come One and All to the Ugly Bug-Eyed Monster Ball (Excalibur Vol. 1 #47, 1991)

Chasing Hellfire! Part 1 of 3 (Uncanny X-Men Vol. 1 #452, 2005)

Emma Frost and Rachel Grey fight each other with their own powers, including Rachel's ability to make Emma fat. However, despite being pointed and laughed at by the other mutants, this attempt at humiliation backfires when she expresses her confidence in her own body and her true love for Scott Summers (Cyclops).

The New Exiles, Part 1 of 2 (Exiles Vol. 1 #85, 2006)

One of the alternate Wolverines is fatter than all the others.

The New Exiles, Part 2 of 2 (Exiles Vol. 1 #86, 2006)

Zombie Wolverine eats six of the alternate Wolverines.

Final Execution Chapter One (Uncanny X-Force Vol. 1 #25, 2012)

Omega Red injects Wolverine with an autoimmune disease, affecting his healing factor and making his body swell. Wolverine is able to expel it in the next issue by cutting himself open.

Final Execution Chapter Two: Everything Right is Wrong Again (Uncanny X-Force Vol. 1 #26, 2012)

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