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So why isn't Spider-Man viewed as mutant in the comics universe?
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Mindset
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I hope you're going by Marvel's definition wink
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Exactly. That's why I understand Tactic's curiosity with the whole thing. There should be no reason why any normal Marvel human should fear the X-men for being different but think Ms. Marvel or the FF are ok. They're all "freaks."
FF and Ms. Marvel are not a result of evolution, they will not replace humans.


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FF and Ms. Marvel are not a result of evolution, they will not replace humans.


uh...except Franklin Richards's powers were influenced by his parents' radiated genes too. So in essence, so can Ms. Marvel and Spider-man's kids. There goes that theory. eek!


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except Franklin Richards's powers were influenced by his parents' radiated genes too. So in essence, so can Ms. Marvel and Spider-man's kids. eek!
He was born a mutant.

He has the X-gene, they could have been two regular humans and he could have been born a mutant.


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He was born a mutant.

He has the X-gene, they could have been two regular humans and he could have been born a mutant.

I believe it's been mentioned Reed and Sue's cosmic radiated DNA having an influence on him as well. He's got both of'em going on for him.

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FF and Ms. Marvel are not a result of evolution, they will not replace humans.

Isn't part of the issue that these normal looking people are essentially walking weapons?

I guess that's what the whole Civil War thing was about, the X-Men paranoia escaping its book.


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I've always wondered if mutant prejudices affected other Marvel superheroes in the comics???

I mean not all of the heroes have revealed the origins of their powers like FF, so what does humanity (Marvel-verse) think of these super-powered avengers


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In the 'Day's of Future Past' the Sentinels do not distinguish between between mutants, and mutated humans with super-powers! They're all considered a threat.


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spidey a mutant?

It is debatable, mainly because of 2 reasons:

1) He could have got his powers from the radioactive spider-bit, or

2) When he was bitten by the spider it activiated his mutant gene.

I find that option 2 will be the most likey. Mainly because do any of you remember the bomb "the neogenic bomb" that affected everything in its radius that were altered by neogenics. It affected the Lizard and his supposed "children" causing them to return to normal. So if spidey got his powers from the spider bite, he would have returned to normal. But he instead he was unaffected.

Which is why I think its possible that he might be a mutant.

Also in the comics, its stated that he has a healing facter similar to Wolverines though not as fast. Plus if spidey was bit by a vampire, he would have turned to normal not long afterwards.

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I see his point actually. If I lived in a world where mutants like the X-Men existed and it was something that was common knowledge......then I would probably think most people with superpowers were mutants as imo that would be a reasonable thought. Its not like we would know how spiderman got his powers so it would be a more widely accepted theory for him to be a mutant I think.


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