Tagged With Ms. Marvel


Marvel’s upcoming animated series Marvel Rising will follow as a group of young superheroes including Ms Marvel, Squirrel Girl and Spider-Gwen (AKA Ghost Spider) come together to form a next generation team.

Ahead of San Diego Comic-Con this week, the first trailer for complimentary series of web shorts Marvel Rising: Initiation has dropped, and it has a few clues about what to expect from the show.


Comic books can seem intimidating. If you go into a comic book store, you’re confronted with walls and walls of paper and no road map that tells you where to start. If you’ve never read a comic before and want to dip your toe in the ink-filled waters, here’s a few recommendations that blend excellent storytelling and incredible illustration.


When they're not tying into the movies, LEGO's line of Marvel superhero sets has already given us minifigure versions of a whole host of weird and wonderful Marvel heroes over the years. But next year, they're finally giving us one of the company's most beloved characters in recent comics history: Ms Marvel herself, Kamala Khan.


It's just a fact that not all comics should be movies -- sometimes only TV can properly capture the scope of these stories. (I mean, you're not going to get all 75 issues of Neil Gaiman's Sandman in a movie, or even three.) At the same time, only a few comics could be adapted to television in a way that wouldn't suck, let alone be popular with the mass audience that would make such a show feasible. So with all that in mind, here are 10 comic books that would only work on television -- and have a damn good chance of being actual hits.


Video: We've known that Ms Marvel was coming to the Avengers cartoon at some point, but now we actually know when: Really soon! A new clip from the next episode of Avengers: Ultron Revolution (née Assemble) to air in the US has been released online, and it shows Kamala joining the fight alongside Captain American and Iron Man.


Marvel's resurgent group of teenage crimefighters -- whether that's the time-lost young X-Men or the youngest All-New, All-Different Avengers -- are doing something that's very teen. They're defying their older colleagues to go it alone, fighting crime and generally being all hopeful and grassroots-y while doing so.