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|Appeared in||X-Men: The Last Stand|
Quill was a mutant who has porcupine-like spines he can extend or retract at will.
Quill was a mutant, member of The Omegas. He's present at Magneto's speech, along with his boss, Callisto. He tries to mock him, but is confronted by Pyro, until the two are stopped by their respective bosses, who have an agreement.
When the Omegas join The Brotherhood of Mutants, Quill goes to Grey's place with Magneto, Callisto, Arclight and Juggernaut in order to recruit The Phoenix in the team. He stays outside to prevent the X-Men to go inside the house with Magneto and Professor X, but when Jean goes wild, he and the others start a battle, but he's easily defeated by Storm.
Later, he attacks Alcatraz with the whole Brotherhood, in an attempt to destroy the Cure's facility and kill Leech. During the battle, he reaches Worthington's lab with Arclight and Psylocke. In there, he confronts and kills Dr. Kavita Rao, and tries to do the same with Warren Worthington II, who is saved by his son. When Quill and his teammates try to escape the facility, the Phoenix is berserking and kills the three of them along with many humans and mutants present.
Quill was a violent and aggressive mutant, ready to follow any strong lead. His mutant powers give him retractile spikes distributed all over his skull.
- Magneto - Boss.
- Callisto - Boss.
- The Omegas - Teammates.
- The Brotherhood of Mutants - Teammates.
- The X-Men - Enemies.
- Kavita Rao - Enemy.
- Warren Worthington II - Enemy.
Behind the scenes
- During the filming, Ken Leung's face was covered with digital markers coresponding to the spikes' position.
- In the film X-Men: The Last Stand, the character played by Ken Leung is listed in the screen credits as Kid Omega; however his Asian appearance and his powers are those of Quill. The Commentary for X-Men: The Last Stand states that the credited name Kid Omega was a typo, and should have been credited as Quill.