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The Mahaliah Duncan Channel Morph didn’t exist in main comic continuity, the guy you refer to was known as Changeling and he died before Wolverine appearing the comics. They had to change his name in the cartoon series.
not really. Yukio doesn't exist in the comic books. She's however, at least partially based on another character, Noriko Ashida, who was in New Mutants. I think moviewise she's not an X-man yet, just a student of Xavier's school.
For those who keep saying “they forgot Morph”: Morph is Changeling. The 1990s cartoon put Changeling in the series, called him Morph because of copyright issues (I think there was a movie or TV show that still had the trademark to the name), gave him one of the classic blue and gold uniforms and killed him off in the 2nd episode to show how serious this X-Men cartoon was. But his popularity led to him being resurrected and made a recurring, supporting character in season 2 onward.
In “Age of Apocalypse” the comics introduced a new version of Morph, who was bald and had Play-Do like white skin, and another version of that Morph was a member of the spin-off team Exiles. But, neither Morph was in the Marvel-616 X-Men.
Beast Boy took the name Changeling during the 90s (and I think the 80s as well) which is what led to the copyright issues since Marvel hadn't used the name due to their character having been dead for decades.
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