Childhood and the Past
Stories taking place primarily (or
altogether) at some point in Rogue's childhood.
"The Human Touch"
A young "Reb" recovers from a beating delivered
by her mother.
"Gambit: Magic Man"
by Allen Sumner
Gambit is mysteriously sent back into the past, only to meet
up with a six-year-old girl named Amanda with a white stripe
through her auburn hair. The sequel is Rogue:
"The Girl in the Mirror"
by Loni Kingrey
Rogue tries to escape from the torments of her life by visiting
a special friend.
by Alexandra Nigro
A young tomboy experiences her powers for the first time.
"A Death in New Orleans"
by Alara Rogers
Annoyed by the inconsistencies in Rogue's backstory, Alara
constructs a tale with her own version of how Rogue came to
be with Mystique and Destiny.
"Don't Look Back"
A 14-year-old tomboy named Rogue fights with her mother about
going to school and wearing dresses, then is forced to run
away because of her powers.
"A Walk in the Woods"
Rogue tries to survive in the woods after being banished from
town following her disastrous kiss with Cody.
"Watching from a Distance"
We all know how the heroes feel. But how about their parents?
This story is from Rogue's mother's perspective, as she watches
her daughter grow up through news reports and newspaper headlines.
by Loki's Rose
A young Rogue asks her foster mother to tell her a story
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