|Appeared in||X-Men: First Class|
- "Mutant and proud."
- ―Amy [src]
Amy was a student at Oxford University, England in 1962. She had heterochromia, which made one of her eyes blue and the other green.
In 1962, Amy was studying at Oxford University, England. One night at the local pub, she met Charles Xavier, who was quite the ladies' man. He flirted with her, calling her heterochromia a "mutation". She was initially offended by this until Charles, who was writing a thesis on genetics, explained that mutation took them from single-celled organisms to the most dominant form of reproductive life on the planet. Amy then declared herself "mutant and proud". Charles' step-sister, Raven Darkholme, approached them asking if she had to buy her own drink. Charles introduced the girls to each other, at which point Raven, fed up with Charles' antics, feigned heterochromia using her shape-shifting abilities. Charles and Raven left, the former angry at his sister for ruining his chances. Raven later showed disdain for Amy's "mutant and proud" statement.
Amy was due to go on a date with Charles the evening after her got his doctorate in genetics, but CIA agent Moira MacTaggert recruited Charles for a mission, at which point Amy left the bar.
- Charles Xavier - Flirtation.