- mutated lifeforms (particularly humanoid), apparently not synonymous with "monsters"
The transformed Putties into Ranger lookalikes known as "Mutant Rangers," individually called "<Color> Mutant."
Calling his monster wedding guests closer to him, Lord Zedd fondly told them, "You monsters are like mutant sons to me," saying they were all like one big evil family.
During Rita and Zedd's wedding, Squatt served as the "mutant of dishonor."
When Master Vile's plot to blow up the Command Center was foiled, Zedd disparagingly remarked Vile was merely a mutant after all.
The Aquitians referred to Vile's assortment of monsters (Professor Longnose, Crabby Cabbie, a green monster, See Monster, and Brick Bully) as mutants; Corcus remarked he had never seen so many in one common area.
Master Vile and crew, meanwhile, had referred to the aforementioned assortment strictly as "monsters."
Aurico addressed Slotsky as a monster.
Delphine and Aurico addressed Bratboy as a monster.
Disgusted with Elgar's incompetence, Rygog remarked, "Never send a moron to do a mutant's job!"
Divatox referred to Elgar as a mutant; he would refer to himself as such at several points in the future.
Engaging Terrortooth, Blue Senturion declared, "The Blue Senturion always gets his man. Or in this case, monster."
Griller referred to himself as a monster; Wicked Wisher (531-BTTW) and Goldgoyle (544-CIS1) would do the same.
Blue Senturion referred to Shrinkasect as a mutant.
Surprised by the arrival of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Electrotramp uttered, "Mutants...?" to which the Turtles replied he'd at least gotten that part right.
At the Onyx Tavern were numerous human-like tough guys, but each having a facial mutation of some sort.
In the Onyx Tavern, a crowd of monsters and some humanoids had gathered for an auction; the
auctioneer was a bearded bald man with bone spikes in his head, dressed
in a Victorian nobleman outfit; his assistant, a pale woman with purple
hair in a red dress, held an item up for bid.
Among the crowd were humanoid women, some as mutated as the males.
At least before any major changes to the timestream, Millennium City, a metropolis on Earth in the year 3000, was populated by mutants, humans, and aliens.
Alex noted to Jen that now that Ransik and his "gang of mutants" were put away for good, they would have a little more time to spend together.
Members of various alien races were in attendance at the trial of Ransik, such as, on the back row of the courtroom, a purpley-pink haired female, of a similiar mutant look to the auctioneer's assistant from 732-PQsS.
Mutant prisoners being prepared for Cryogenic Detainment were bound in with chains and rope shackles.
Mutant prisoners were shrunk in the Reanimator, stuck in Chrono-Capsules, and placed in a locked cold storage compartment within the same room.
Edited by Joe Rovang. Content owned by Disney, used without permission.