Marvel Studios has made a significant announcement regarding its upcoming comic book storyline, revealing that the beloved character Ms. Marvel is set to meet her demise.
Highly Anticipated Spider-Man #26 to Feature Ms. Marvel’s Heroic Sacrifice:
Scheduled for release on May 31, the highly anticipated Spider-Man #26 will showcase the joint efforts of Ms. Marvel and Spider-Man as they valiantly save the world. Tragically, this mission will conclude with Ms. Marvel’s embrace of a heroic death, emphasizing the character’s selfless dedication.
First Muslim Superhero, Ms. Marvel, to Meet Tragic Fate:
Ms. Marvel, known by her real name Kamala Khan, holds the distinction of being the comic’s first Muslim superhero. Her debut occurred in 2014 through her standalone comic series, and she also made a notable appearance in Captain Marvel’s comic in 2013.
Marvel Studios to Pay Tribute with Fallen Friend: The Death of Ms. Marvel:
In honor of the fallen hero, Marvel Studios has decided to pay homage through a dedicated comic titled Fallen Friend: The Death of Ms. Marvel. This commemorative publication is scheduled to be released in July, allowing fans to remember and celebrate one of Marvel’s brightest stars.
Marvel Calls on Heroes and Fans to Honor Ms. Marvel’s Legacy:
Expressing their sentiments, Marvel released a statement saying, “The heart of the Marvel Universe has stopped beating. Now, we invite all the heroes of the Marvel Universe, the creators of Ms. Marvel, and comic enthusiasts worldwide to join us in honoring and remembering this remarkable character.”
Controversy Erupts as Ms. Marvel’s Fate Impacts Upcoming Marvels Project :
The news of Ms. Marvel’s impending demise has sent shockwaves among fans, especially since The Marvels, a forthcoming project in which she features prominently, is set to debut in November. The unexpected revelation has sparked widespread discussion and debate within the community.
Fan Outrage Over Killing of Marvel’s Sole Muslim Superhero:
On social media platforms, fans expressed their disappointment and frustration with the decision to eliminate Marvel’s only Muslim superhero. A particular comment drew attention to the fact that a white male American comic book writer had chosen to kill off a brown female Muslim character in a comic book primarily focused on a white character, leading to accusations of utilizing a tired storytelling trope.
Calls for Rebranding to Honor Ms. Marvel’s Legacy :
Another fan chimed in, simply stating, “Zeb Wells… killed… Ms. Marvel….” In the wake of this tragic turn of events, numerous individuals have called for a rebranding effort to honor Kamala Khan’s legacy.
Their desire is for Ms. Marvel to be remembered and respected for her contributions to the comic book world, emphasizing that she did not deserve such an unfortunate fate.