So What’s Happening With Mutants In The MCU
The end of Ms Marvel season 1 completely changes the concept of MCU mutants. What does this mean for the X-Men and what's next?
After Ms. Marvel unexpectedly charted a course for mutants in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we tried to answer the big questions.
Tell Kamala Khan's own story, Ms. Marvel has come a long way compared to previous Disney+ MCU releases,
reveals the character of Iman Vellani as a secret impersonator whose hidden inner power is awakened by a mysterious bracelet.
There's nothing too surprising, but in the dying moments at the end of Ms. Marvel Season 1, Bruno discovers that Kamala's blood has a mutation that her ancestors didn't have.
You can't tell, it was a big deal. It's also a reveal that's expected of a couple from Ms. Marvel — not just because of the average look, but also because Kamala isn't a mutant in the comics.
Kamala seems less interested in her mutation, but MCU audiences have been patiently waiting for X-Men updates since Disney acquired 20th Century Fox in 2019.
From plot changes to upcoming announcements, here are the key questions about the future of the MCU's mutants.