Some Muslim fans have criticized the third episode of Ms. Marvel

Some Muslim fans have criticized the third episode of Ms. Marvel

On June 9 he made his debut on Disney + Ms. Marvel, a new TV series centered on Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), the first Muslim superhero of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Despite the positive reactions from critics and audiences to date, some Muslim fans have harshly criticized the third episode of the show for a reason.

Ms. Marvel, some Muslim fans have criticized the third episode

trailer of Ms. Marvel In the months leading up to the release of the series it had been repeatedly confirmed how the heroine's powers would be changed and so it was. In the third episode Kamala's mother reveals to her that the new abilities are due to her legacy of Djinn, otherworldly beings from the dimensions of Noor, banished from their reality sometime before 1942.

How is the first Muslim mcu superhero being a djinn an actual possibility. What are they thinking. Ms Marvel was going in a good direction too and otherwise it was a great episode. That’s a horrible change from the comics. So disappointing

- Aniq (@aniqrahman) June 22, 2022

Others think that this plot twist was only temporary to obscure the true identity of Kamala's ancestors. In any case, his powers within the show are in fact of energetic origin and not shape-shifting, eliminating any reference and connection to the world of the Inhumans, as happens in the Marvel comics.

Initially the showrunners wanted to set Ms Marvel two years after Avengers Endgame, then in 2025, but in the end they opted for a time frame of only one year. This is the official synopsis:

Ms. Marvel will be a preamble for Captain Marvel: The Marvels, a Marvel Cinematic Universe film in which Kamala joins forces with Carol Danvers and Monica Rambeau, a character introduced in WandaVision. The release is scheduled for July 28, 2023.

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