What Could Mosaic Mean For An Inhuman?

Marvel's new character – and presumed series, by the registered trademark they have made – Mosaic was presented in the fashion of a jigsaw.

Which might fit the  definition of "a picture or pattern produced by arranging together small colored pieces of hard material, such as stone, tile, or glass."

But since the character is appearing in Uncanny Inhumans #11, there is another biological definition that might come into play.

"an individual (especially an animal) composed of cells of two genetically different types."

Could that mean an Inhuman and a human? Or, given the title of the comic, an inhuman and a mutant?

Look to June to find out more… and August for a series?


(W) Charles Soule (A) Carlos Pacheco (CA) TBD
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