31

They are, indeed, very similar. The main difference is very technical, based on the "origin" of their non-human genetics, and how those changes are activated. The X-Factor Mutants are humans that possess a genetic variation known as the X-Gene or X-Factor, which (at least in the main continuity) was introduced into the human population by the Celestials. ...


10

No, the stone we see in S2E20 "Scars" does not appear to be anything from the comics. --- WARNING: UN-MARKED SPOILERS THROUGHOUT --- The alien "stone", seen briefly mid-way through the episode, is a complete mystery at the moment. Most of what we know comes from a single brief glance of the artifact and dialogue in the same episode. Here is what we know ...


8

Within the mainline comics continuity, the idea of the Inhumans is that, unlike "normal" mutants, they do not possess overt mutations from birth. Normal mutants possess an X-Gene, which activates on its own (usually at puberty), but for Inhumans, they merely possess the "genetic potential" for mutations to occur. This is what the purpose of the mist is: ...


7

The difference is an order of magnitude. The first was meant to develop a presumably powerful event of metahuman development through "natural selection." The second was an attempt to graft the metahuman potential of humanity back to the Kree species performing the experiments. The primary difference between mutants and Inhumans is causal. The technology ...


5

Major spoilers! This now has a canon answer.


5

The Vision Came True Malik only suspected that it was Hive killing him. Everything we were shown happening in that vision happened. He died in horrible pain with blood all over his face. And Malik's Suspicion Basically Did Of course, Skye killed him under Hive's influence, so it's also essentially true that Hive killed him.


4

TL;DR: No, you cannot always guarantee that even two Inhumans will have an Inhuman child, but it's likely. And simply having the Inhuman gene does not guarantee Inhuman abilities. It's important to note that Inhumans are simply humans who carry the original genes added by the Kree millennia ago. Unlike the X-gene, which guarantees a mutation of some sort if ...


3

Agents of shield season 5 supposedly deals some with the Kree. The Kree writing on the throne and the glowing might suggest a signal. As eisheir pointed out, the Kree have tried to destroy Inhumans before (and created them according to agents of shield). Since they both are running on ABC it might help tie a bow on why the Kree will be on AOS Season 5.


3

No Inhuman and Mutant the genetic markers cancel each other like in Luna Maximoff who is daughter of Quicksilver and Crystal leaving her a normal human. There is Beyonder In a retcon of past events, Charles Xavier reveals to his fellow Illuminati members that in the original Secret War, he had attempted to mind-scan the Beyonder, revealing him as one ...


2

Mutants are natural by gen-x. Inhumans are created, mutated by technology. Practically they are the same, but genetically they are not the same. I don't know how it works, but there must be some facts in Marvel Universe. But for me this is messed up. But mix of two "not-normal" human kind, maybe can do Xhuman or inhuman, or even human. Because everything is ...


2

His powers are not actually based on sound, and are in fact fairly universally described as "quasi-sonic". Black Bolt's primary superhuman ability is the power to harness electrons. The speech center of his brain contains a unique organic mechanism that's able to generate an unknown particle that interacts with the electrons he absorbs to create certain ...


1

One of the repeated ideas in the first season of Agents of SHIELD was that people treated with Kree blood in order to heal soon began writing an odd schematic as seen below with Coulson: And again behind Skye in the promos to the second season (actually tagged as Kree writing) We find later that this is actually a map of a Kree city, but regardless it is a ...


1

While not a match of the stones physical description, when I heard "Kree weapon" my first thought were the Kree Sentries. There have been a number of them over the years but the most notable one is Sentry-459. It was part of a Kree scientific expedition to experiment on humans, which ultimately resulted in the Inhumans. It stayed behind on Earth to watch ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible