Kahhori is characterized as a Mohawk Nation young woman whose name means "she stirs the forest."
Marvel has officially revealed that the MCU's first original superhero will debut in Phase 5, as Kahhori, a new Native American hero, will be featured in Marvel's What If...? It is going to be the Marvel Comic Universe’s first original superhero as the MCU tweeted about the new superhero on its way. The Multiverse Saga has placed a strong emphasis on adopting new characters to the series as well as exploring the multiverse. What If...? allowed Marvel Studios to accomplish both by introducing versions of well-known characters whose stories were drastically altered.
About "What if…?"
The MCU has also used other initiatives to introduce new superheroes such as Shang-Chi, Yelena Belova, Moon Knight, She-Hulk, and Ms. Marvel, among others. And its series What if…? has been successful in garnering huge fandom with unique story plays around the superhero characters. Exploring pivotal moments from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and turning them on their head, leading the audience into uncharted territory. The animation TV series is about “Exploring pivotal moments from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and turning them on their head, leading the audience into uncharted territory,” per its official synopsis. It puts up questions of unexplored possibilities of the MCU storylines.
Who is Kahhori?
Kahhori is characterized as a Mohawk Nation young woman whose name means "she stirs the forest." Marvel explained that her What If...? episode is based on a tale in which the Tesseract crashes to Earth in the autonomous Haudenosaunee Confederacy before the invasion of America. Thanks to the Tesseract's abilities, Kahhori will go on a voyage to explore the stars. The Tesseract takes on a new life and new mythology, transforming a lake into a gateway to the stars and leading Kahhori, a young Mohawk woman, on a quest to discover her power according to Marvel.
Who is Kahhori? Get your first look at the new Super Hero coming to season 2 of Marvel Studios’ @whatifofficial. #WhatIf https://t.co/AaxVjzstbd— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) March 9, 2023
Rather than combining multiple comic characters or significantly redesigning them for the MCU, Marvel may now be ready to keep producing new superheroes who will then have tales in the comic world. Although the first season saw T'Challa transform into Star-Lord and Peggy Carter become Captain Carter, the current season appears to have even more flexibility to explore the multiverse. What if...? season 2's introduction of Kahhori as the MCU's first original hero in season 2 indicates that this does not have to be the only method Marvel Studios develops the series. It's possible that Kahhori may appear in future MCU productions, potentially even in live-action at some time.Disclaimer : This is based on sources and we have been unable to verify this information independently.