In a new She-Hulk clip, Marvel introduces a classic mutant

In a new She-Hulk clip, Marvel introduces a classic mutant ...

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law would introduce a few obscure new characters to the MCU, and given its status as a half-hour legal comedy, it is an excellent fit.

Each episode can potentially bring in a new face, each with their own legal issues to resolve. While this may allow the show to showcase some big-namecameos, it willmore likelylean intobringing aboard a handful of obscure characters who would never have seen the light of day without this Tatiana Maslany-led series.

In a recent teaser, Frog-Man was seen loud and clear. Theres also the previously announced Titania, played by Jameela Jamiland the briefly glimpsed Man-Bull.

Fans may have now been exposed to a different person thanks to newly released footage. To make things even more interesting, this character might end up being a mutant.

Is She-Hulk Defending a Mutant?

A new video for She-Hulk has been released, and there are a number of new footage included.

One of the most notable changes is the part where Man-Bull is thrown another person onto a vehicle.

El Aquila, a comics vigilante, is the only character that comes up at the closest.

El Aguila, a mutant who has the ability to emit bioelectric blasts from his body, is also a highly trained swordsman in the Marvel Comics? Does this mean that fans may soon see another mutant introduced so soon following Kamala Khan's major twist?

The whole promo can be seen below.

Will El Aguila Even Be a Mutant?

Now, it is important not to make the mistake immediately that he is a mutant. Sure, Ms. Marvel dropped the big M-Word, but that doesnt mean the MCU will start throwing the X-Gene everywhere.

Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver were originally mutants in the comics, but they were anything but when it came time to introduce them in Avengers: Age of Ultron. The same could apply here; he may simply be a normal, super-powered guy.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe's total mutant count may be nearly nonexistent until 2025, according to a recent report.

Perhaps Marvel felt comfortable describing him as a mutant, considering that the character had little relevance at all. Sadly, fans still have a few weeks to go before they can see if his status is even acknowledged in the first place.

Attorney-at-Law She-Hulk will be released on Thursday, August 18.

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