Marvel Announces the Death of One and Only Muslim Hero Ms. Marvel

Heart breaking!

Marvel Comics has officially announced the death of Ms. Marvel, a year-old addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, in an upcoming comic book in the next issue of The Amazing Spider-Man! The company’s shocking revelation left fans anticipating the emotional and impactful story that awaits them.

The comic book company promises an unforgettable and game-changing turn of events to stage for an unparalleled and deeply affecting narrative that will forever leave its mark on the archives of comic book history.

Spider-Man #26, which will be released on May 31, will follow Ms. Marvel as she saves the universe, alongside Spider-Man, and her heroic death. Needless to say, this has shocked and saddened fans.

To honor her, the comic book company will release a dedicated story titled Fallen Friend: The Death of Ms. Marvel. Writers G. Willow Wilson, Saladin Ahmed, and Mark Waid will delve into the mourning process. They are looking at exploring how various heroes from the universe cope with the deep loss of their comrade.

Marvel said in a release,

The heart of the Marvel Universe has stopped beating, now join the other heroes of the Marvel Universe, the creators of Ms. Marvel, and comic fans everywhere in honoring and remembering one of Marvel’s brightest stars.

Ms Marvel

Ms. Marvel, whose real name is Kamala Khan, is the Marvel universe’s first Muslim superhero and a mentee of Captain Marvel. Kamala entered the universe with her standalone comic series, which was first released in 2013.

She plays a major role in the current Amazing Spider-Man comic run by writer Zeb Wells and artist John Romita Jr. In the 2022 storyline, Kamala interns at Oscorp Industries to keep an eye on the conglomerate’s owner and Spider-Man’s enemy, Norman Osborn, the Green Goblin.

 

The announcement comes nearly a year after the debut of her Disney+ series. It came as a surprise since The Marvels, a film starring Kamala (Iman Vellani), is set to debut in November.

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  1. Why cause she is a muslim character and can’t fit your marvel society psychhhjhhhhhhhhhh…that’s wrong number

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