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Ms. Marvel showcases the show’s cast with colorful character posters

Marvel Entertainment is unveiling several eye-catching new posters for each character in the upcoming miniseries, Ms. Marvel, coming to Disney+.

Marvel has released a series of colorful character posters showcasing the Disney+ cast Ms. Marvel series.

Marvel Entertainment has shared a set of character posters for the upcoming miniseries featuring the main cast, including a poster for Kamala/Ms. Marvel (Iman Vellani) dressed in her superhero costume. Other posters feature his friends Nakia (Yasmeen Fletcher), Bruno Carrelli (Matt Lintz), Kamran (Rish Shah) and Zoe (Laurel Marsden), as well as his brother Aamir Khan (Saagar Shaikh), his wife Tyesha (Travina Springer) , and Kamala’s parents, Muneeba (Zenobia Shroff) and Yusuf Khan (Mohan Kapur).

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Each character poster is colorful in its design, highlighting the unique style of the original comics that the series will emulate. According to designer Sana Amanat, Ms. Marvel will be just as quirky and colorful as the original comics. “The comics were really a beacon for us,” she said. comics were doing. so well. We wanted to find our own MCU version of it.”

Ms. Marvel will also mix animation and live action to bring the fantasies of its protagonist, Kamala, to life. “It was important to us that you step directly into Kamala’s world and see it through his eyes,” said co-director Adil El Arbi. “It really shows that she has her head in the clouds and is still fantasizing.” Ms. Marvel will also be the first TV-PG rated project in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Created by editors Sana Amanat and Stephen Wacker, writer G. Willow Wilson, and artists Adrian Alphona and Jamie McKelvie, Ms. Marvel/Kamala Khan debuted in Marvel Comics in 2012. Starring Iman Vellani, the Disney+ series will follow , like the comics, the Pakistani-American teenager as the titular hero, who was Marvel’s first Muslim character to star in her own series and will be the MCU’s first on-screen Muslim hero.

“The fact that the show is ongoing and they’re including this character in the MCU is [what’s important]”, Vellani said in August 2021 as the MCU’s first Muslim hero. “I don’t really need to go out of my way and talk about being Muslim and being Pakistani – it’s all coming out of the show. People seeing someone like me involved in a project as big as this is, I think, inspiring enough.”

Ms. Marvel lands on Disney+ on June 8.

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