“What If. Kahhori Reshaped the World?” is the sixth episode of Season 2 of Marvel’s “What If.?” animated series, which introduced Kahhori, a new Native American superhero. Kahhori’s origin story is chronicled in this episode, which has been received with great acclaim from fans. Devery Jacobs, who played Kahhori in the episode, recently spoke out about her role in a thread on social media. Jacobs reflected on the three years of work that went into creating the episode and highlighted the other creators who helped turn it into something truly special.
Kahhori is a young woman of the Mohawk tribe, who accidentally gains superpowers due to a run-in with remnants of the Tesseract. She uses her powers to help defend her people from Spanish conquistadors, which ultimately impacts the rest of the world. The character was created specifically for “What If.?” and is the first Mohawk superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Ryan Little, the writer for the episode, revealed in a recent interview with Marvel.com that he had a wonderful writing mentor who worked extensively with the Indigenous community in upstate New York. Little was excited to draw on that experience to build an entirely original corner of the MCU with storylines for new Indigenous heroes written from a place of respect for past generations and optimism for future ones. Kahhori’s name is a real Wolf Clan name, meaning “she stirs the forest” or someone who motivates those around her. In her debut adventure, Kahhori recruits powerful allies into the fight to save her people and change the course of history forever.
Overall, Kahhori’s debut episode in “What If.?” is a groundbreaking addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, introducing a new Native American superhero who is not only inspiring but also reflects the diversity of the world we live in. The episode has been well-received by fans and has opened new possibilities for future stories featuring Indigenous heroes.Follow us to get free & fast MCU Movies/Shows Leaks & News