Famine (Autumn Rolfson) is a fictional character, a Mutant supervillain appearing in the Marvel Comics universe. She is most notable for being one of the original four horsemen of the villain Apocalypse.
Autumn was upset by this, thinking her parents didn't care about her, just the way other people saw her. Apocalypse waited in her room and told her she could get revenge on her parents and on those who hate and fear her. She agreed, and was teleported away to his ship, where she cut off her hair and wore a green mask. Apocalypse had her trained as a warrior and terrorist, and she took the name Famine. She often bickered with the man chosen to be War, much to Apocalypse's annoyance.
During their first mission, the Horsemen were torn, not wanting to take orders from each other. With War and Pestilence, she battled X-Factor for the first time. The Horsemen eventually learned to ride as one, after Death was picked and chosen as the leader. Apocalypse sent the Horsemen to attack New York City, and battled X-Factor. Although the Horsemen were ultimately defeated by X-Factor, Famine battled Marvel Girl (Jean Grey) and easily defeated her. As a reward Apocalypse teleported her to the Midwestern grain fields or America's farm belt, so she could disintegrate the crops and cattle, but was defeated by Captain America, D-Man, the Falcon, and Nomad.
Famine later appeared alongside War and a new Death — the Morlock formerly known as Caliban. War and Famine battled Colossus and Iceman, while Death kidnapped Jean Grey and Cyclops. The Horsemen brought Cyclops and Jean Grey to Apocalypse — who turned out to be Mister Sinister disguised as Apocalypse. The X-Men sought out the Horsemen and though Famine took out Beast, she was beaten by Quicksilver.
Presumably, she was reverted back to her normal self and sent back to her parents in Ohio.
Famine suffers from anorexia, which affects her physical abilities. She is unusually thin, with a skeletal build, parchment-like skin, and atrophied muscles, and appears to be quite aged despite her actual chronological youth.
While a servant of Apocalypse, he used his sentient ship to construct for Famine a robot mount that resembles a demonic quadruped beast and that can travel on land or fly through the air.