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“Delightful and So Much Fun”: Ms. Marvel First Reactions Compare It to Spider-Man: Homecoming

Ahead of Ms. Marvel’s debut on Disney+ next month, critics came to see the first two episodes of the series. Till now, it’s sounding like they’re loving the tone of it. Almost every review has pointed out the happy and fun the series is. It’s also maintaining the factors of the Ms. Marvel comics. Many also pinpointed newcomer Iman Vellani and applauded her performance as Kamala Khan. The main attention was paid to Ms. Marvel’s use of animation. It can be seen in the first trailer, claiming it makes the show follows the comic book storyline.

Ms. Marvel, Disney plus MCU
Ms. Marvel, Disney plus MCU

The first reactions to Ms. Marvel have arrived, with critics praising it positively. This is teen-focused and stars Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan. On top of all that Ms. Marvel is also delighting fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Ms. Marvel: First Reactions to Disney Plus Series

Ms. Marvel social media first reactions
Ms. Marvel’s social media first reactions

Above all that, many writers also compared Ms. Marvel to Spider-Man: Homecoming and the job of Chris Lord and Phil Miller, recognized from The LEGO Movie and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Journalist Julia Delbel said:

“The question of how so many people know what happened in the Endgame final battle is also answered.”

This is because of the editing style and use of comic-like animations. It’s grabbing a lot of attention, it seems Vellani comparing Ms. Marvel to Scott Pilgrim vs. the World was apt. Based on the reactions, Marvel has created another hit, following upon the success of its latest Disney Plus series Moon Knight starring Oscar Isaac. Earlier this month, Marvel’s Kevin Feige praised Iman Vellani and compared the Kamala Khan actress to Spider-Man star Tom Holland, revealing that she is also a huge fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan
Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan

Vellani said about the tone of the Marvel series:

“It is John Hughes-Esque mixed with Lady Bird and Scott Pilgrim.”

“It’s a lot more lighthearted than the other shows. We showcase that being a teenager is awkward, corny, and weird. We are self-aware of how cheesy the show gets sometimes, but when you are growing up, everything is so heightened your emotions, crushes, friendships, it all feels so new. Minor inconveniences also feel like the end of the world. We hold onto that feeling of when you are a kid just wanting to grow up.”

Ms. Marvel hits Disney Plus on June 8th, stay tuned for all the latest news.

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