Ms. Marvel recently completed its first season on Disney+ and Kneel Before Pod was very excited to discuss the debut of Kamala Khan in the MCU. The conversation covers realistic teenagers, accurate cultural representation and MCU fandom.
Ms. Marvel ends its first season with a heroic debut, a standoff against authority and relationships tested by knowledge.
“Time and Again”
Ms. Marvel takes a trip back to the past and further develops the power of family connection across generations.
Ms. Marvel leaves the United States for Karachi in Pakistan to investigate the visions shared by Kamala and her grandmother.
Ms. Marvel provides answers to questions, a Muslim wedding, an extended action sequence and questions about what makes a home.
Ms. Marvel deals with the aftermath of Kamala manifesting powers as she continues to navigate her various responsibilities.
Disney+ launches a new hero with Ms. Marvel; a teenage Muslim girl from Jersey City who finds herself dragged into the world of superpowers and heroics.
San Diego Comic-Con has closed its doors for another year so Kneel Before Pod has to pick up the pieces. A panel of nerds come in from the blistering Edinburgh sun to discuss the news and footage seen for some of their upcoming favourite things. Craig can be found on this very site, Andrew’s work…
Ms Marvel (2014) # 7 Kamala Khan’s team-up with Wolverine concludes this issue. Through interacting with him she learns a little more about what it means to help people and be a hero. As per the rest of this series, the tone is very light and very comical. The pages where she and Wolverine are…