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Many species through space have developed their own mutant races.

In one 2099 possible future (Earth-32098), Xavier even gathered a galactic alliance of mutants, including the humans' and Skrulls' from his X-Men and Cadre K, and many others unidentified humanoid species.

Also see the list of Alien Mutants.

Acanti

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Arcturans

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Also see the list of mutant Arcturans.

Beginagains, Chosen and Rejects

On a planet far from Earth, the Celestials visited and evolved the native species into super powered beings, who began to segregate between the Rejects, physically deformed beings and the Chosen, eugenicists and more humanoids. Also, a third group, the Beginagains, members of both factions who rejected the destructive habits of their kind. They were evaluated by the Celestials, so-called "Space Gods", who returned four times and judged both groups, finding them acceptable and leaving them to progress until their next appearance.[1]

Also see the list of those alien mutants:

Brood

The known mutant Brood are either natural-born benign Brood such as Broo, able to feel compassion,[2] or star-ray induced mutants with various abilities.[3]

Also see the list of Mutant Brood

Centaurians

Centaurian mutants are rejected by their kind who saw them as demons (or "Kavkov").[4]
The only known Centaurian mutant is Photon, who possessed both flight and optic blasts.

Also see the list of Centaurian Mutants.

Coconut Grove

At some point, the Coconut Grove species was stagnating in it evolution, and sent Ariel to collect several mutants for study. Eventually, it was discovered that Ariel was herself a mutant with persuasion powers (independently from her science-based gate-linked teleportation powers).

Ariel's mutation is hereditary.[5] She stated as well that "the ability to convince people of things they wouldn't ordinarily believe sort of runs in [her] family."[6] She is however the only known and confirmed Coconut Grove mutant, but her relative, also named Ariel was seemingly gifted in the same way.

Also see the list of Coconut Grove Mutants

Dakkamites

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Sporr (Fomalhauti) (Earth-616)

Fomalhauti

While normal Fomalhauti are small and whitish in color, each member of the now mutant race was pinkish and reached nearly six times the normal Fomalhauti size and mass.[7]

The Fomalhauti mutants are presumed extinct as of now.[7]

Also see the list of Fomalhauti Mutants.

Kree

The known mutant Kree, all pink-skinned Kree, are:

Landlaks

The Landlaks have produced only one mutant,[12] Tyros, known as Terrax the Tamer. He was provided with geokinesis.

The rest of their race appears to be telepathic, without being themselves mutants.[13] Tyros himself has never shown that ability.

Also see the list of Landlak Mutants.

M'Kraan

On Earth-92131, before the birth of Humanity, on another planet, the race now known as the M'Kraan developed individuals who could be referred as mutants. That species of cosmic mutants then evolved a step beyond mutants, becoming the Celestials.[14]

Mobians

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Negative Zone Mutants

The aliens of the Negative can develop aliens as well.

Dartayus inhabitants can seemingly produce mutants. The only known example as far was Kologoth Antares, who demonstrated multiple physical mutations: a reptilian-like appearance, fangs, claws, horns, a prehensile tail. Those mutants are rejected by their kind.[15]

In Earth-13729, the Future Foundation opened a school branch in Negative Zone but were overwhelmed by about four millions attendants. As the Jean Grey School For Higher Learning was closing down with a lack of students, Phoenix (Quentin Quire) met the FF who ask him if he knew where transfer some of the students, to what Phoenix answered that he could deal with the mutants of those, around two millions students. He then send them to Logan, forcing him to reopen the School.[16]

Rigellians

The mutant class of Rigel are "barbaric" underground dwellers Riggelians originated from disastrous experiments, deformed both from mind and body. Considered inferior by the other Riggelians, they lack females to carry on their species.[17]
Also see the list of Rigellian Mutants

Shi'ar

With her genetic throwback granting her a full set of wings, Deathbird was considered a mutant.[18]

In one 2099 possible future (Earth-32098), Xavier even gathered a galactic alliance of mutants: the Universal X-Alliance, including Cyclops/Apocalypse posing as a Shi'ar member of the Alliance.[19]

Also see the list of Mutant Shi'ar

Skrulls

Cadre K (Earth-616) from Bishop the Last X-Man Vol 1 15 001

The Mutant Skrulls

Deviants

The Mutant Skrulls, also named by the Skrull authorities "K-Class Deviant Skrulls" were tracked and killed. They were eventually gathered into Cadre K by Charles Xavier.[20]

On the planet Carpiax IV, the local lord, Merrek, set up fecundity-supplement programs which resulted (apparently) in a higher percentage of mutant births.[20]

To be noted that even if the Skrulls have suffered experimentations from the Celestials making them diverge into Deviant Skrulls, Prime Skrulls and Eternal Skrulls as for the humans, their mutants aren't the achievement of the normals' evolution, but instead seemingly a sub-type of the Deviant Skrulls.
Also see the list of Mutant Skrulls

Prime

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Saurian aliens

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Technarchy

Warlock's "mutant nature allowed him to experience emotions foreign to other Technarchy".[21]

His "mutation" is taken more or less in the first degree:

  • Polaris considered that "technically Warlock [...] [isn't mutant].".[22]
  • In the opposite way, Steven Rogers considered him as a mutant.[21]

Also see the list of Technarch Mutants

Vorms

The "Star-Stalker" was mutant, possessing powers such as the ability to fly through space or to drain energy, such abilities lacking from the common Vorms.[23]

Also see the list of Mutant Vorms

Wing-Men of Mars

Chak of the Wing-Men of Mars was a beakless, nigh-human, individual of his species.[24]

Zn'rx/Snarks

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Others

Five and a half billion years ago, Maht Pacle was an alien of an unidentified species, obsessed with killing whater he hunted. He was also a mutant of his species, whose biological systems were focused on his body's preservation, causing his adult body to not age. He became the Elder of the Universe known as the Obliterator.[25]

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=Characteristics=

Powers and Abilities

Powers

Variable for most of the mutants.
Able from understand and express sentiments such as compassion for the Brood and Technarchs.

Abilities

Variable.

Average Strength level

Variable.

Weaknesses

Variable. Intolerance and hatred from their main culture.

Habitat

Habitat: Variable. Mostly Earth or Earth-like environment.
Gravity: Variable. Mostly Earth or Earth-like.
Atmosphere: Variable. Mostly Earth or Earth-like.

Miscellaneous

Type of Government: Variable:

Inapplicable among Inhumans, Eternals, Coconut Grove.
Level of Technology: Variable.
High for the Chosen.
Low for others.
Cultural Traits: Variable.
Representatives: *List of living Non-Human Mutants in Earth-616

Notes

  • Reptyl, who considered humans, humanoids and mammals as the same, and opposed them to the reptiles and reptilians such as he or the Skrulls, considered all of the former as mutants.[26]

See Also


Links and References

Footnotes

  1. X-Factor #43-50
  2. Astonishing X-Men Vol 3 #40
  3. X-Men '92 Vol 2 #7
  4. Guardians of the Galaxy #15
  5. Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z Update #3
  6. Fallen Angels #7
  7. 7.0 7.1 Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #3; Fomalhauti's entry
  8. Ultragirl #1
  9. Her true origin is unknown: She was stated to be a Human/Kree hybrid in Fear Itself: Youth in Revolt #6 but a Kree mutant in Ultragirl #1
  10. Guardians of the Galaxy #3
  11. Ruins #1
  12. Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe #14
  13. Fantastic Four #211
  14. X-Men '92 Vol 2 #9
  15. X-Men: Gold Vol 2 #12
  16. Wolverine and the X-Men #42
  17. Thor #218
  18. Marvel Encyclopedia #1
  19. X-Men Vol 2 #98
  20. 20.0 20.1 Maximum Security: Dangerous Planet #1
  21. 21.0 21.1 Heroic Age: X-Men #1
  22. All-New X-Factor #12
  23. Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe Vol 2 #15; Vorms's entry
  24. Creatures on the Loose #18
  25. Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z Update #5; Obliterator's entry
  26. Silver Surfer Vol 3 #29
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