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Ms Marvel Finale Teases X-Men Connection To MCU

It seems like Marvel is slowly bringing X-Men into its Universe! Check out the X-Men's connection with Ms Marvel and Doctor Stranger In The Multiverse Of Madness.

Disney+ series Ms Marvel post-credit scenes have already teased several Marvel cameos. Ms Marvel’s finale episode revealed the long-awaited crossover that fans have been dying to see, the emergence of the X-Men into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The X-Men were kept out of the Marvel universe for years due to copyright issues.

Bryan Singer’s X-Men films of the early 2000s remained under the ownership of 20th Century Fox, according to The Hollywood Reporter. However, Disney acquired Fox in 2019, so the addition of mutants to the universe has been finally coming. And Marvel fans can finally be seeing the pieces slowly but surely come together in what points to a full debut for the X-Men in the MCU. Ms Marvel season 1 spoilers ahead!

Following a big reveal at the close of the Ms Marvel season 1 episode 6, mutants are now in the mix. In the finale episode, Bruno (Matt Lintz) reveals to Kamala (Iman Vellani) that it isn’t just the bangle or her ClanDestine heritage that has unlocked her cosmic powers, there’s a mutation in her DNA. With Kamala Khan’s impending mutant status, it opens up a major entry point for other mutants, like the X-Men, to emerge. While Kamala from the comics is an Inhuman, which could potentially explain her genetic mutation, another clue narrows it down.

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After Bruno breaks the news, the recognizable guitar riff from the beloved 90s show X-Men: The Animated Series plays, hinting at what’s to come. Moreover, it’s even listed in the song credits as the ‘X-Men 97’ Theme. However, it was not the first time that the X-Men theme song has been included in the MCU. X-Men was previously teased in the multiverse itself. Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness includes a very prominent cameo of Professor X (Patrick Stewart).

Stewart made his return to the character as a multiverse version of Charles Xavier from Earth-838. Upon his first appearance in the Doctor Strange sequel, a tease of that same X-Men theme plays as the camera pans to Stewart, sitting in a classic yellow hover-chair, much like the character in the comics and animated series. And it seems like slowly but steadily, Marvel is revealing X-Men’s connection to the MCU.

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