Portrayed by Big Bang Theory
|Known Aliases:||Dr. Ira Wainsborough, Dr. Sidney Lutz, Dr. Susan Leibovitz, Dr. Moshe Ben-Menahem and Dr. Jagdish Singh Raghava|
|Affiliations:||Independent, have collaborated with SHIELD|
|Introduction:||X-Men Mission: Who You Gonna Call?|
"Alright, I can't do this. We're going to be working with mall security who's education is rooted in reading tea leaves. And really, people-" He rounded back on the assembled force. "How is your search supposed to be taken seriously as police when the public discovers none of you are qualified to apply a logarithmic spiral of r = eκθ in your search?"
M-Squad is as inept physically as they are brilliant intellectually, and their outings resemble a Keystone Kops routine at times.
|Dr. Ira Wainsborough|
PB: Jim Parsons
|Dr. Sidney Lutz|
PB: Johnny Galecki
|Dr. Susan Leibovitz|
PB: Sarah Gilbert
|Dr. Moshe Ben-Menahem|
PB: Simon Helberg
|Dr. Jagdish Singh Raghava|
PB: Kunal Nayyar
M-Squad is a mixed group of scientists who, in various ways, have made mutation their primarily object of researchers. Individually brilliant, these are academics making a living in the outside world for the first time, and display all the classic symptoms of moving from the Ivory Tower theoretical world to the actual one. The surprising thing about their technology is that it works; mutant power countermeasures are often odd and clunky, but end up being effective when deployed. M-Squad is as inept physically as they are brilliant intellectually, and their outings resemble a Keystone Kops routine at times.
The M-Squad crossed paths with the X-Men during the hunt for a mutant arsonist. Used by Tony Masters as a means of providing mutants for the mutant slave trade without their knowledge, M-Squad captured the recovery team for their tests. When they realised they had been duped, they released the group, who joined in the battle against Masters and his mercenary team. The M-Squad later were of service to the X-Men, handing over the arsonist to SHIELD without arousing suspicion.
Socked by: Dex
The inspiration for the characters came from the comics version, blended with the characters from the television series Big Bang Theory. Imagine the Big Bang characters in Ghostbusters-type uniforms. The logo came from the cover of a book about characters in the US 1950s TV series of the same name.