A mutant and member of the X-Men. Try not to shake hands with her.
A member of the X-men created by comic author Chris Claremont and artist Michael Golden. After being born a mutant Rogue's powers gave her the ability to absorb anyone else's powers/strength, both mutant and human. This power left Rogue isolated from most people and she couldn't have physical contact with anyone.
Rogue first appears on television in the animated series X-Men and was one of the main characters. She was given a southern accent, reflecting her growing up in the south, and didn't have much reservation about using her powers on other mutants. Also in the series Rogue had a relationship with Gambit, albeit not a great one, where the two would flirt back and forth but she was also portrayed flirting with some of the other main characters.
In 2000 the X-Men were treated to another animated series, X-Men Evolution. This one portrayed the team as high school students striving to control their powers in real world settings of a public school but also develop their powers to combat Magneto and his team of young mutants. Rogue, voiced by Meghan Black, was shown as an insecure, somewhat "goth", teenager trying to come to terms with the lack of intimacy that her powers bring her life. Similar to her comic origins Rogue starts out in the Brotherhood of Mutants but soon finds out that the only reason they want her there is for her potential as a weapon. Her powers were very strong throughout the show and even had the ability to retain the mutant's power for longer periods of time.
Kieren van den Blink voices Rogue in Wolverine and the X.Men. In this series Rogue has a strong relationship with Wolverine and she joins the Brotherhood to serve as a secret agent for the X-Men. In this version however, Rogue doesn't hold back on her powers and uses them effectively to gain information or to defeat foes that come her way. Her overall character personality was similar to the Evolution portrayal leaning towards the "goth" characteristics.
Through all thee of the X-Men movies Rogue is played by Anna Paquin. In the first movie, X-Men, Rogue has run away from home after her powers begin to isolate her from friends, family, and any romantic interests she may have. She finds her way into a bar far from home and finds Wolverine who displays some of his obvious mutant powers in an organized bar fight. Rogue feels that he may help her come to understand her own powers and asks him for a ride in his truck which he begrudgingly gives her. While driving the two are attacked by Sabertooth before being recused by Cyclops and Storm. The X-Men who rescued the two take them back to Xavier's Mansion and introduce them to the X-Men leader, Professor Xavier. Professor X invites Rogue to be a student there so she can begin to learn how to best control and use her powers.
Meanwhile Magneto, who had sent Sabertooth to capture Rogue, is attempting to build a machine that would turn humans into mutants but needs Rogue to power it. Rogue is kidnapped by the Magneto's brotherhood and takes her to the Statue of Liberty where his machine is hidden to be used on a group of unsuspecting politicians. The X-Men team up together and assault Magneto's team defeating them one by one only to be stopped by Megneto's superior powers. Wolverine however manages to reach and destory the machine just as it activates and saves Rogue by allowing her to absorb his healing powers. The entire incident leaves Rogue with her trademark white streak in her hair.
X2: X-Men United showed Rogue much more comfortable at the mansion and having started to date fellow classmate Iceman. William Stryker has some issues with his former experiment Wolverine and sends a commando unit to assault the mansion and capture as many mutants as possible. Rogue, Iceman, Pyro, and Wolverine all manage to escape to Iceman's nearby family home to hide out. Eventually the team are able to return to the mansion after the defeat of Stryker and both Iceman and Rogue have developed their powers enough to become members of the X-Men team.
Rogue, in the final movie X-Men: The Last Stand, heres about a new possible cure that has been developed for mutants. She begins to look into the cure still hoping that she would be able to touch someone else. When Iceman appears to grow close to Kitty Pryde, Rogue feels even more isolated furthering her wishes to get cured. Despite Iceman searching for Rogue he cannot find her until she finally returns to the mansion having taken the cure. Rogue says its what she wanted as she is now able to touch Iceman without her gloves.
Rogue has trouble dealing with the nature of her powers, as a typical teenage she longs to have some closeness and intimacy with another person. She is forced to wear her trademark gloves to avoid any incidental contact with someone that could easily result in their injury or possibly their death. She is often portrayed as an introspective girl due to her powers.