Sorry, sorry, sorry D: I hate to send chain letters, but i'm very scared of this one. Hi, I am Teddy. Once you read this you cannot get out. Finish reading this until it is done! As I said, I am Teddy. I am 7 years old. I have no eyes and blood all over my face. I am dead. If you don't send this to at least 12 people I will come to your house at midnight and I'll hide under your bed. When you're asleep, I'll kill you. Don't believe me?"no" Case 1: Patty Buckles Got this e-mail. She doesn't believe in chain letters. Well, Foolish Patty. She was sleeping when her TV started flickering on and off. Now she's not with us anymore. Ha ha patty, Ha ha! You don't want to be like Patty, do you? Case 2: George M. Simon Hates chain mail, but he didn't want to die that night. He sent it to 4 people. Not good enough George. Now, George is in a coma, we don't know if he'll ever wake up. Ha ha George, Ha ha! Now, do you want to be like George? Case 3: Valarie Tyler She got this letter. Another chain letter she thought. Only had 7 people to send to. Well, That night when she was having a shower she saw bloody Mary in the mirror. It was the BIGGEST fright of her life. Valarie is scarred for life. Case 4: Derek Minse This is the final case I'll tell you about. Well, Derek was a smart person. He sent it to 12 people. Later that day, he found a $100.00 bill on the ground. He was premoted to head officer at his job and his girlfriend said yes to his purposal. Now, Katie and him are living happily ever after.The have 2 beautiful children. Send this to at least 12 people or you'll face the consequences. 0 people- You will die tonight 1-6 people- you will be injured 7-11 people- you will get the biggest fright of your life 12 and over- you are safe and will have good fortune
If I'm not mistaken it's Nate Grey; aka X-Man. Cable from the Age of Apocalypse alternate timeline. Or more accurately, what would've happened if Cyclops had a kid with Jean while she was Phoenix, and the kid never had and techno-organic virus to hamper his powers.
Escaped the collapse of his timeline into the normal X-Men one when the event story ended for a twenty-something issue series in the mid-late 90's that started off strong then kind of just... petered out (imho), then got weird, then got discontinued. I've lost track of the character, but he had a lot of potential.
The big idea was that he had immense psychic and psychokinetic power, and extremely precise control, but his powers were literally eating him alive because he had the Legacy Virus (originally introduced as Marvel's way of doing stories about AIDs in the late 80's-early 90's), so this 19 year old hero was predicted to die (by Moira McTaggert) before he'd reach the age of 23.
Add to that all the confusion of being in a world that was totally alien to him, where everyone is trying to get him on their side and tell him what to believe, and no-one is how he remembers them... It was an interesting take on the coming-of-age story, and a youth trying to find a sense of identity and a place to belong.