Throughout history, mutants have existed in all walks of life and have come in all shapes and sizes. As well as the extraordinary powers they may possess, several mutants, while technically human, may not appear physically human at all. Mutants have frequently been subjected to prejudice by normal humans over time and have been met with distrust, jealousy, hatred and violence. Such extreme examples of mutant racism have even led to potentially world-shaking conflicts between mutants and humans, but thus far the Earth has enjoyed relative peace largely due to its large global community of super-powered heroes which includes many single mutant heroes and mutant groups such as the X-Men.
Individual Mutants Edit
For the purposes of this wiki, not all mutant characters from the Marvel universe will be included. Inclusion of a mutant character depends largely on the character's abilities, appearance and alignment (most "monstrous" characters are typically villainous). All Omega-level mutants may be considered "monsters" due to the devastating nature of their powers. Omega-class mutants possess abilities that can be potentially world-shattering, such as Jean Grey-Summers aka Phoenix, whose telekinetic power can deconstruct matter at the atomic level and has even resulted in the destruction of entire planets.