Introduced after Infinity , Ms. Marvel rose up to be one of Marvel’s most beloved young heroes. Her origins have become more insignificant.
Ms. Marvel might have been originally conceived as an Inhuman, but her Inhuman connections are being downplayed as the Marvel Universe seems less. However, Kamala Khan would not be radically altered if she were made a mutant by the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It will however remove some of her fun connections and elements that her Inhuman status offered.
In the season finale of Ms. Marvel , Kamala revealed in MCU that her powers are partly due to a genetic mutation. To make the connection even more obvious, the show featured the X–Men guitar sting. It has been speculated that Ms. Marvel may be connected to future mutant developments within the MCU such as the anticipated arrival of the X-Men. Some of the Ms. Marvel comic creators have revealed that Kamala was originally meant to be mutant and her Inhuman status is a result.
On its surface, Kamala’s transformation into a mutant isn’t a significant change to the character. Kamala’s Inhuman status has not been used in comics. Ms. Marvel has been focusing on Captain Marvel and the Avengers. They make Kamala part of a larger community, but they don’t overshadow her heritage or family ties. It is unlikely that Kamala’s altering of her origin due to the Terrigan Mists instead of the X-Gene will have any effect on how she lives. Her Inhuman status being lost will not only affect her character, but it also has minor consequences
Kamala was able to form special bonds with new heroes, including Quake and Moon Girl, because of her Inhuman status. The characters were able to connect and became friends, which helped them establish themselves alongside Ms. Marvel. Ms. Marvel was able to get involved in the Kree’s overarching role and it gave them a connection to Captain Marvel.
This allowed Ms. Marvel direct interaction with Lockjaw. Lockjaw is always fun to reference. Ms. Marvel was one of Marvel’s best young heroes. It gave her a link to an area of Marvel Universe. Although it may be a sideshow, she still has a place in Marvel Universe. Ms. Marvel’s reimagining as a mutant is fine. Her connections with the Inhumans weren’t established in this continuity.
Although there have been only minor connections, Ms. Marvel has ties with the Inhumans through the comics. They are important enough for the character to be included in her past. Although it might not be something that Ms. Marvel is familiar with, her Inhumans connection gives her an advantage in younger generations of heroes. This tie is a strong excuse for her origins. It also ties to Marvel Universe history that’s not as crowded than the X-Men.