A new poster for the upcoming Ms. Marvel Disney+ show features the best look yet at the title character in her comics-accurate costume.
A new poster for Marvel Studios’ upcoming Disney+ series Ms Marvel shows the best look yet at the title character in her comics-accurate costume. Featuring newcomer Iman Vellani as Kamala Khan, the show will drop on the popular streaming service on June 8th. After starring in her own adventure de ella, the new superhero will be joining her de ella idol Carol Danvers / Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) and Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) in the team-up film the marvels.
Ms Marvel will focus on Kamala Khan, a Muslim Pakistani-American high schooler who lives in Jersey City. A dreamer who is obsessed with superheroes, Khan comes across the opportunity to become one herself when she gains cosmic powers. Although this is everything she’s ever wanted, the new Ms. Marvel still has to balance her life as both a hero and a teenager. The series will also star Saagar Shaikh as Kamala’s older brother Amir, Matt Lintz as her ella friend Bruno Carrelli, and Aramis Knight as the vigilante Red Dagger. the Ms Marvel series will be directed by a team consisting of a few different people, including batgirl directors Bilall Fallah and Adil El Arbi, plus Meera Menon and Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy.
This morning, the Disney+ Latin America Twitter page unveiled a new poster for the upcoming series, and it features the clearest look yet at Kamala Khan in her complete Ms. Marvel outfit. She stands against a city skyline (presumably Jersey City), striking a heroic pose. The Spanish caption translates to “The future is in your hands (no pressure, Kamala 😱).“ Check out the official post below:
The official trailer for Ms Marvel, which dropped on March 15th, revealed that the titular superhero will have one of the most drastic changes from the comics the Marvel Cinematic Universe has ever done: her powers. Instead of being able to stretch and “embiggen” herself, as she describes her powers in the comics, her new abilities appear to be, in her own words, “cosmic.“Understandably, this led to some outrage from fans. However, Sana Amanat, a co-creator of the original character, recently explained that “this was the right move because there are bigger stories to tell,“and that”it’s really fun to give Kamala different kinds of powers that feel big in scope and cinematic in a different way.“
Given all the commotion that the power change is garnering, it is refreshing to see that at least the character’s superhero costume is completely accurate to its source material. It shows that, despite her abilities being different, the creative minds behind the Ms Marvel series want Kamala Khan’s story and aesthetic to feel as close to that of her comic book counterpart’s as possible. Only time will tell if the show is well received — and if the fans will forgive the power change — when it comes to Disney+ next month.
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Source: Disney+ Latin America/twitter
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