Ms. Marvel is the MCU’s latest attempt at being a more diverse port for universal storytelling. Kamala Khan (aka Ms. Marvel) is said to be the first Muslim lead character in Marvel comics upon her debut in 2013, and, now, she’s also the first in the MCU.
The show currently holds a 95% critics rating and an 84% audience score on Rotten Tomato with its one, fun and colourful premiere episode.
Here’s what the citizens of the internet are really saying about Marvel Studios’ Ms. Marvel.
“#MsMarvel makes its high school characters feel more in line with their ages in comparison to other similarly aged Marvel characters, capturing the awkward chaos of those teenage years.”
Read our review…https://t.co/1OZ7eHoyx0
— DiscussingFilm (@DiscussingFilm) June 9, 2022
— 🌙 (@hexxtechs) June 8, 2022
— ۞ mabe ᗢ (@dragonevenstar) June 8, 2022
— Average CBM lover | kenobi (@based_marvel) June 8, 2022
— Darryl (@darrylng09) June 8, 2022
— Simu Liu (刘思慕) (@SimuLiu) June 8, 2022
#MsMarvel SPOILERS //
i want marvel studios to officially release the podcast interview of scott lang in which he talked about the whole endgame battle pic.twitter.com/zuzRqkNuZY
— 💭 (@ironpetethinker) June 8, 2022
#MsMarvel has a tribute to Natasha Romanoff and Tony Stark
“Thank you for your sacrifice” 🙏 pic.twitter.com/vAxJn34EIz
— Culture Crave 🍿 (@CultureCrave) June 6, 2022
— Heidi🌙 | obi spoilers (@heididjarin) June 8, 2022