"Mutant, Mutie, Homo Superior...Folks have a lot of colorful names for my kind."
― Henry McCoy/Beast, Marvel Comics

User's powers are from a direct result of mutations that can be either artificial or natural. Variation of Mutated Physiology.

Also Called

  • Bodily Mutation
  • Self-Mutation


The users has mutations of some form of either induced evolution or natural selection, usually manifested during adolescent puberty when other mental and bodily adaptations take place within their bodies that grant special powers.



  • Gene therapy could have negative results or erase powers.
  • Weak against Genetic Access.

Known Users

  • Ninja Turtles (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
  • Splinter (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
  • Mutants (Marvel Comics); via X-Gene manifesting at some point in their life, some Mutants have undergone secondary mutations
  • Mutates (Marvel Comics); non-mutant humans that gained their powers from an actual mutation (ex. Spider-Man)
  • Captain Comet (DC Comics)
  • Metahumans (DC Comics)
  • Monkey (Dexter's Laboratory)
  • Gwen Raiden (Angel)
  • Knuckles the Echidna (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • New Mutants (Mutant X)
  • Godzilla (Godzilla)
  • Nemesis (Resident Evil)
  • Super Mutants (Fallout series)
  • Ghouls (Fallout series)
  • Bio-Organic Weapons (Resident Evil)
  • Infected (Prototype)
  • Conduits (Infamous)
  • Demis (Interviews with Monster Girls)
  • Evolved humans (Heroes)
  • Alex Mercer (Prototype)
  • Tree Rex (Skylanders: Giants)
  • Titans (Crash Bandicoot)
  • Crash Bandicoot (Crash Bandicoot)
  • Splicers (Bioshock series)
  • SOLDIERs (Compilation of Final Fantasy VII)
  • The Toxic Avenger (The Toxic Avenger)
  • The Obnoxiouse Offender (Citizen Toxie - The Toxic Avenger IV)
  • Mewtwo (Pokémon)
  • Diancie (Pokémon)
  • Terra (Cybersix)