By Faris Foat
With Captain Marvel movie coming soon, Kevin Feige, in an interview with BBC said that Marvel Studios does have plans for Kamala Khan, also known as Ms. Marvel. The president of Marvel Studios also said that the hero who was inspired by Captain Marvel is making her way into the MCU and definitely sort of in the works, once they introduced Captain Marvel.
A little bit about Ms. Marvel, created in 2013 by editors Sana Amanat and Stephen Wacker, writer G. Willow Wilson, and artist Adrian Alphona, she made her first appearance in Captain Marvel #14 and then debuting in her own comic book series a few months later with Ms. Marvel #1.
Kamala Khan is a young Muslim teenage girl living in New Jersey who sees Captain Marvel as her idol. At a point when a Terrigen Mist cloud floated over the city, Khan experienced Terrigenesis and found out she’s an Inhuman. Her powers incorporate the ability to change her size and shape and to heal.
Using her abilities, Kamala became a local hero after that and took the persona of Ms. Marvel, the persona that Carrol Denvers left when she became Captain Marvel. From that point forward, Ms. Marvel has turned into an essential piece of the Marvel universe hero group, joining the Avengers, the Protectors, and propelling another variant of the Champions.
Captain Marvel is coming to cinemas on March 7, 2019.