The superhero code name Ms Marvel carries a lot of weight in the Marvel Universe, symbolising the same level of responsibility as titles like Captain America or Captain Marvel. There’s a legacy of strong female characters taking up the mantle, which started with Carol Danvers and more recently passed to Kamala Khan.
Sharon Ventura also went by the title of Ms Marvel and while she’s a lesser-known character she is deserving of the moniker. Ventura has been through a lot in her superhero career, dealing with the trauma of rape, low-self esteem, depression and body dysmorphia. The story of the forgotten Ms Marvel deserves to be told.
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Comic Kitchen is a segment that creates a three-course menu for a comic character. When it comes to experiencing another culture, food is one of the best ways to be involved, and there are plenty of diverse superheroes in the world. Ms Marvel is a great example, as she comes from a Muslim background. It’s why I’m pleased to present a Ms Marvel menu that has been done in collaboration with Carrie from Witchy Kitchen. The menu brings together Kamala Khan’s Pakistani heritage with her American upbringing. As a result, there are unique dishes packed with flavour.
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Female superheroes are great role models for young women and children who want to feel inspired. Wonder Woman fills that role for DC, while Marvel has Captain Marvel. Carol Danvers has evolved into arguably Marvel’s biggest female superhero. Starting off with the moniker of Ms Marvel, Danvers took on the identity of Captain Marvel to honour the original. But where does her journey begin and what are her powers? The Comic Vault is looking into what makes Captain Marvel such an inspiring character. Continue reading “How Did Captain Marvel Evolve Into Marvel’s Most Important Female Hero?”