List of Marvel Comics mutates


List of Marvel Comics mutates

Mutate (as a noun) is a term used to refer to superhumans who acquired their superpowers by exposure to some mutagenic compound, energy or transformative magical influence (either accidentally or deliberately). Unlike Marvel's Mutants, Marvel's Mutates required external stimuli to acquire their powers. See Mutate (comics).

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See also

Non-human mutates

Alien mutates

Non-human terrestrial mutates


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