In this series, X-Men: Evolution, Rogue is re-imagined as a rebellious, yet deeply insecure, teenager with a goth/punk appearance.
Her powers make her cynical and reclusive, but truthfully, she is consumed by the need for closeness and intimacy with others.
Her X-Men uniform is similar to her 1990s era comics uniform and the outfit she wore in X-Men: The Animated Series.
Her casual clothing is reminiscent of one of her 1980s uniforms, which consisted of a green shirt and gloves over an all black outfit.
She was voiced by Meghan Black, using a heavy Dixie accent.
Rogue was adopted by Mystique and raised by Destiny (Irene Adler).
She is shown flying, and presumably possesses her original mutant powers in addition to her Ms. In the Ultimate Spider-Man episode "I Am Spider-Man", a Daily Bugle news crawl mentions Rogue shaking hands with the Mayor for funding a new Library, the Mayor suffers the effects of her abilities and but is expected to fully recover.
Rogue was portrayed by Anna Paquin in the X-Men film series.As she watches Jean get close to Scott, she knows she may never be able to get close to him, which exacerbates her feelings on her inability to develop a close relationship with anyone.After learning the truth about her relationship with Mystique, she shares a bond with her "little brother" Nightcrawler, but still lacks the intimate relationship she wants.In this version, she appears as both a member of the X-Men and the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants as a double agent.In the early episodes, her personality is similar to that of the X-Men: Evolution version of the character For the first part of the season, Rogue is portrayed as a double-crosser, setting up the X-Men to look like they were attacking Senator Kelly.Rogue (real name Marie) runs away from home after her power manifests itself by accidentally draining the life from her boyfriend while she is kissing him.