Bishop (Lucas Bishop) is a fiction character from Marvel Comics who is a former member of the X-Men. Created by Whilce Portacio and Jim Lee, the character first appeared in Uncanny X-Men #282 (November 1991).
Bishop was a member of Xavier's Security Enforcers (initially called the Xavier School Enforcers), a mutant police force from a dystopia future of the Marvel Universe. He traveled to the 20th century and joined the X-Men, a team he knew only as legends. A brash antihero, he had difficulty adjusting to the norms of the time period. After years of appearing as a member of the team, Bishop became portrayed as one of the X-Men's main antagonists.
Bishop made frequent appearances in the X-Men animated series of the 1990s.
Bishop had four limited series including the self-titled Bishop series, where he tracked and fought Mountjoy, XSE, which showcased his past (future), and its sequel - Bishop: Xavier's Security Enforcers. He also teamed up with Gambit to oppose Stryfe in Gambit and Bishop: Sons of the Atom. He also starred in the series Bishop: The Last X-Man (1999–2001), in which he was trapped in another alternate timeline, and District X (2004–2005), which cast him as a police officer in New York City’s "mutant town," as well as the House of M tie-in, Mutopia.
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