Marvel accidentally introduced Kahhori, a superhero of Native American origin who has never even been featured in a comic book. After pictures of a SODA and a Funko character appeared online, the character was identified.
We only really know that Kahhori has traditional Native face marks and is dressed in traditional indigenous clothing. She will appear in a future edition of Marvel’s show What if…?, in which the studio takes its original characters and places them in wholly unnatural timelines and circumstances.
She might make an appearance in a future episode of Marvel 1602, in which all of the Marvel characters reside in the early colony of Roanoke. Neil Gaiman, known for his work on the Sandman series, wrote the first run of comics.
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The Kahhori SODA can sports a less cartoonish representation of the hero on the front and is colored blue and peach. The CHASE edition of the figurine is another variation that lights at night. Those who purchase the standard figure will have a chance to locate that glitter-added variation.
What if? is an anthology-style television series that was developed by A.C. Bradley, who also serves as its primary writer. The omniscient character The Watcher, who made a vow to observe all of the limitless possibilities of the cosmos without interfering, is the star of the show.
By assembling the “Guardians of the Multiverse,” a group of heroes from several timelines, at the end of season one, he betrays his word. Why if…? The second season will debut Sometime in 2023.