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Fans stunned. Marvel announces death of Ms. Marvel

Marvel announced Tuesday it is killing off a growingly popular character from its universe.

Kamala Khan, aka Ms. Marvel, will die in an issue of Amazing Spider-Man which will be released May 31.

We Got This Covered reports news of her death will be continued in a special book entitled Fallen Friend: The Death of Ms. Marvel. That book will come out sometime in July.

However, she’s still set to appear in The Marvels on the big screen November 10, according to ST.

As We Got This Covered reminds fans, no comic book hero stays dead for long.

In fact, rumors have been swirling that Disney+ wiill bring back the live-action TV show Ms. Marvel starring Iman Vellani for a second season. Disney has still not confirmed that, the Direct reported in January.

The character is Marvel’s first Muslim and Pakistani American superhero.

Marvel is teasing the book Fallen Friend will showcase how Ms. Marvel’s death impacts all the Marvel superheroes.

Khan first gained her superpowers when exposed to the Terrigen Mist that activated her latent inhuman genes.

She has appeared in her own solo comics, as well as video games, animated tv shows and her own live-action series on Disney+.

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1 COMMENT

  1. The story is true what you are saying, however “we got this covered” is not a credible source. I often found fake news as it’s source. Imagination if you well. I remember a story where “we got this covered” said Pedro Pascal and Oscar Isaac were in a relationship. We Got This Covered needs to close up shop and get a real job. Sorry—not sorry.

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