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The Hellfire Club
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Emma Peel's guise as "the Queen of Sin", dressed in a black leather corset, would be the model for the Club's Queens, her first name even borrowed for White Queen Emma Frost. The leader of the episode's club was played by actor Peter Wyngarde , best known for his role as Jason King , forming the basis for Mastermind 's new "Jason Wyngarde" identity. The other members of Claremont and Byrne's Hellfire Club were similarly drawn from the names and faces of famous actors: Membership is passed on to descendants, and can also be earned through wealth or influence. While many accept the invitation simply for the pleasures that the Club offers, others seek wealth and influence.
Publication history[ edit ] The first run of appearances occurred in — when he appeared in X-Men as Changeling. Although dying at the end of this run, he was thought to have been seen as a ghost in Excalibur: The Possession and returned as a zombie in Sensational She-Hulk — The character was later reintroduced as an easygoing comic-relief character for X-Men: The Making of an Animated Series, the creators had intended for Thunderbird to be the series' early sacrifice, but they became uncomfortable with the idea of killing off a Native American character.