The Khans are unapologetically Muslim The show follows Kamala Khan, a 16-year-old Pakistani-American from Jersey City who spends her free time making online videos about the Avengers – and soon.
“Kamala Khan is me,” said the exuberant 13-year-old from Anaheim, California. Khan is the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first Muslim superhero to headline her own television show. “Ms. Marvel,” which launched on Disney+ June 8, has struck a chord with South Asian Muslims in the West because of its relatability and how it portrays Muslim families.
She is your everyday, regular teenager - who happens to be Muslim, who happens to be Pakistani American, and who happens to be a superhero. She deals with school bullies and inappropriate crushes.
In the 2010s, the Ms. Marvel name passed to a new hero: Kamala Khan. She is a Muslim Pakistani-American teenager from Jersey City who writes Avengers fan fiction and is.
Trailer for ‘Ms. Marvel.’ Regular Pakistani American teen Kamala, played by Iman Vellani, is a regular Pakistani American Muslim teen who transforms into a superhero. In the.
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Both Iman Vellani and Ms. Marvel's Muslim background being highlighted and praised in Ms. Marvel prove that the power change, and the backlash surrounding it, were absurd. It is worth noting that the vast majority of the critic reactions didn't mention a single point about Kamala's powers or the decision to change them, instead skipping past this and praising.