Now that Marvel seems to have backed off of trying to replace the X-Men with the Inhumans, it seems like they’re treated each team equally poorly…  which is fair, I suppose?  But it puts the Kree-spawned aliens with the royal family and the children of the atom back on even ground in the Marvel U and puts them back in their own weird corners to do their own weird things, leading to today’s Mutant or Inhuman query…

The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”) would rather be Medusa than Jean Grey, but would prefer Cyclops to Black Bolt, so it’s kind of a toss-up for me, asking: Would you prefer to be a Mutant or Inhuman?

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5 Comments

  1. Inhuman. You’d stand a chance of not getting dragged into *every single* crisis and crossover event that was going on, and I couldn’t handle X-Men levels of drama.

    Plus Ms Marvel is an Inhuman. That’s some illustrious company to be in.

  2. Daniel Langsdale on

    Mutants are at least still human, just with advanced DNA. None of that Kree-tainted Inhuman stuff for me.

  3. Lemmy Caution (@_Lemmy_Caution) on

    Well, Inhuman, but I still pretend the blue area of the moon exists and Uatu is still alive up there so I guess what I mean is Inhuman before Marvel tried to fetch them up.

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