Ms. Marvel Episode 3 Honest Review
Ms. Marvel is one of the most popular characters of the Marvel Franchise. She has been a major part of the In humans and the Young Avengers in the comics and animated series. So, imagine everyone’s excitement when marvel announced that they were going to bring their favorite fangirl to life.
Ms. Marvel has released three episodes till now, and it has already become one of the major fan favorites. While the audience was skeptical about the fact that her powers were changed, the approach the makers have taken to the show is really unique. The show might not be about the Kamala we wanted, but we definitely love the MCU’s version.
Ms. Marvel Episode 3 Honest Review:
In the last episode, we finally find out about Kamala’s true origins. SPOILER ALERT, if you haven’t watched the episode yet.
We find her meeting Kamran’s mother, who used to be a close friend of her great-grandmother. Kamala finds that Aisha, her ancestor, was part of a group who were exiled from another dimension. Their biology allows them to age slower, but this dimension does not allow them to live to their full potential.
Apparently, the bracelet is the key to reach the other dimension. These people call themselves the Djinn, the same monsters Kamala has been scared of as a kid.
Wait, so she’s not an inhuman?
Apparently not, and some fans have not been happy about it. While it is understandable that showing Ms. Marvel’s actual powers can be a tough job, fans did not expect the origin of her powers to change completely.
But on the other hand, the origins of the bracelet gives a nod to Pakistani culture, which fans have fallen in love with. The Bollywood dance, the dive into Pakistani culture, Kamala’s innocence, everything has made the show a fan favorite among other shows like WandaVision and Moonknight.
When and where will the next episode be released?
The fourth episode is set to be released on Wednesday, 29 June, 2022, on Disney+.
What is Ms. Marvel about?
Ms. Marvel is the latest MCU web series which follows the story of the famous Young Avenger Kamala Khan, a fangirl of Captain Marvel, who becomes a superhero on her own.
She lives in New Jersey with her family, and spends her days as a typical nobody, with her friends Nakia and Bruno. One day, she finds a mysterious bracelet sent by her grandmother, and wearing it, she gains extraordinary abilities.
So, she is not an Inhuman?
Apparently, no. As we have seen comics (and literally everywhere!), that she is actually an Inhuman where her powers come out after being exposed to the Terrigen Mist. However, in the MCU’s version, Kamala gains her powers from her ancestor’s bracelet, who was a being from another dimension.
This is a huge difference for a character’s origin, but the MCU has managed to make it as interesting and rich in culture as possible. We can say that the series is a shoutout to not only all the Pakistani fans, but all the fans in Asia.