- n. Plural form of mutant.
“Chris Claremont and John Byrne raised a rag-tag group of mutants from a burning ember to an all-out firestorm that topped the world of comics.”
“Genetic mutations are rare, but predation on mutants is usually the way that nature culls these animals.”
“The character of Ruby, the young girl who decides, mysteriously, to help out the victims and betray her clan of fellow mutants, is the most human looking of all the misshapen monstrosities.”
“The personal pain of the mutants is explored in the earlier half of the film, particularly with Angel.”
“Because the construction of red-shifted mutants from the Aequorea victoria jellyfish green fluorescent protein beyond the yellow spectral region has proven largely unsuccessful, investigators have turned their search to the tropical reef corals.”
“I don’t mean to be a nitpicker, but why exactly is there an apostrophe in mutants?”
“Resident Evil (2002) - While there's nothing really new here, it does nicely mix a rogue AI with zombies and mutants, which is always nice.”
“Â Bendis really nails the whole sequence, as Alexander quietly asks his father about the events of “Exodus” and whether attacking the mutants was the right thing to do.”
“Of all the big events that we've seen in the past few years, the depowering of the mutants is the one I want to see undone the most.”
“PAULA ZAHN, CNN ANCHOR: So, Wolf, do you think Jack uses that word mutants a little too freely?”
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