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** Abigail Brand appears to be a regular human with dyed green hair, rather than a mutant/alien HalfHumanHybrid.

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** Abigail Brand appears to be a regular human with dyed green hair, rather than a mutant/alien HalfHumanHybrid.HalfHumanHybrid.
* ''Comicbook/UltimateFantasticFour''
** The Awesome Android is a cyborg rather than an android. Specifically [[spoiler: he's the Mad Thinker's ''brother'', who she converted into a cybernetic assistant after cutting out some of his brain and grafting it onto her own]].


* ''Comicbook/TheUltimates'':
** ComicBook/TheWasp is a mutant who was born with her abilities, in contrast to the mainstream comics, where she's a human who gained superpowers through scientific experimentation.
** There are several different versions of Comicbook/TheVision, but the one from the West Coast Ultimates is a cyborg rather than a RidiculouslyHumanRobot.
** Abigail Brand appears to be a regular human with dyed green hair, rather than a mutant/alien HalfHumanHybrid.

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* ''Comicbook/TheUltimates'':
''ComicBook/UltimateGalactusTrilogy''
** ComicBook/TheWasp [[Comicbook/{{Galactus}} Gah Lak Tus]] is not a mutant who was born with her abilities, in contrast to the mainstream comics, where she's universal cosmic being, but just a human who gained superpowers through scientific experimentation.robot hive-mind.
** There are several different versions of Comicbook/TheVision, but the one from the West Coast Ultimates Comicbook/TheSentry is adapted as a cyborg rather than a RidiculouslyHumanRobot.
** Abigail Brand appears to be a regular human with dyed green hair, rather than a mutant/alien HalfHumanHybrid.
high detail telescope.



* ''ComicBook/UltimateGalactusTrilogy''
** [[Comicbook/{{Galactus}} Gah Lak Tus]] is not a universal cosmic being, but just a robot hive-mind.
** Comicbook/TheSentry is adapted as a high detail telescope.

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* ''ComicBook/UltimateGalactusTrilogy''
''Comicbook/TheUltimates'':
** [[Comicbook/{{Galactus}} Gah Lak Tus]] ComicBook/TheWasp is not a universal cosmic being, but just mutant who was born with her abilities, in contrast to the mainstream comics, where she's a robot hive-mind.human who gained superpowers through scientific experimentation.
** Comicbook/TheSentry There are several different versions of Comicbook/TheVision, but the one from the West Coast Ultimates is adapted as a high detail telescope.cyborg rather than a RidiculouslyHumanRobot.
** Abigail Brand appears to be a regular human with dyed green hair, rather than a mutant/alien HalfHumanHybrid.


** Gah Lak Tus is not a universal cosmic being, but just a robot hive-mind.
** The Sentry is adapted as a high detail telescope.

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** [[Comicbook/{{Galactus}} Gah Lak Tus Tus]] is not a universal cosmic being, but just a robot hive-mind.
** The Sentry Comicbook/TheSentry is adapted as a high detail telescope.


** Instead of being interdimensionial beings, Mojo's a human and Longshot is a mutant. Sprial is also a mutant, too, instead of a mutated human.

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** Instead of being interdimensionial beings, Mojo's a human and Longshot is a mutant. Sprial is also a mutant, too, instead of a human who was turned into a mutated human.cyborg.

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** There are several different versions of Comicbook/TheVision, but the one from the West Coast Ultimates is a cyborg rather than a RidiculouslyHumanRobot.

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Several characters were reimagined in the ComicBook/UltimateMarvel universe in a different species than their originals.
* ''Comicbook/TheUltimates'':
** ComicBook/TheWasp is a mutant who was born with her abilities, in contrast to the mainstream comics, where she's a human who gained superpowers through scientific experimentation.
** Abigail Brand appears to be a regular human with dyed green hair, rather than a mutant/alien HalfHumanHybrid.
* ''ComicBook/UltimateXMen''
** Both John Wraith and Doug Ramsey are humans, not mutants.
** Juggernaut in 616 is often mistaken for a mutant, and his brother (Xavier) is, but his power actually comes from [[UpgradeArtifact a magic ruby]]. Here he actually is a mutant.
** Instead of being interdimensionial beings, Mojo's a human and Longshot is a mutant. Sprial is also a mutant, too, instead of a mutated human.
** Lilandra Neramani is the human leader of a ChurchOfHappyology called Shi’ar Enlightenment, rather than the alien ruler of the Shi'ar Empire.
* ''ComicBook/UltimateGalactusTrilogy''
** Gah Lak Tus is not a universal cosmic being, but just a robot hive-mind.
** The Sentry is adapted as a high detail telescope.

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