Many interesting series and movies have been released by Marvel in Phase 4, but not all of them have been well received, including many big titles such as Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Black Widow, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and many more.
The mini-series Ms. Marvel also has the fans divided, with many finding it passable and lacking excitement, while others find the character charming and relatable. But it broke Marvel’s record of a movie starring the titular character that was a recently-originated Marvel Comics character.
Ms. Marvel and her powers
Expanding their diversity, Marvel’s Ms. Marvel originates from Pakistan. The Muslim teenager from Jersey City is an avid fan of the Marvel Superheroes and realizes her powers at an AvengerCon cosplay contest.
Unlike the character in the comics, it seems like Ms. Marvel’s powers come from her family heirloom, a bracelet that she wields. The bracelet seems to have cosmic energy, similar to Shang-Chi’s ten rings.
Ms. Marvel and Captain Marvel Team Up
Ms. Marvel played by Iman Vellani is a big fan of Captain Marvel and this info hasn’t gone unnoticed by the fans. Considering Kamala Khan’s love for Captain Marvel, Fans have taken it as a hint toward the cameo of the Cosmic Avenger.
To add more to the excitement, both the actors were seen sharing a laugh at the Disneyland Paris event. With the next episode set to release this week on the 13th of July, fans are clamoring to see the characters pair up in the finale of the mini-series.
do Iman and Brie Larson know how much we've been waiting for a picture of them together? Look at them, I love them so much🥺 pic.twitter.com/u9mCy3gNsb
— out of context captain marvel (@contextdanvers) July 9, 2022
Ms. Marvel is now streaming on Disney+.