Meryl Jaffe (2015) from the Comic Book Legal Defence Fund writes, "2014's Ms. Marvel: No Normal encompasses the first five issues of Marvel’s new reboot. It features a Muslim Pakistani American superheroine who struggles with identity issues whether she’s in or out of her costume. Despite everything like most teens, she’s just trying to figure out how to fit in.
Kamala’s polymorph superpowers — which mean she can change her shape, size and form — are a wonderful metaphor that reflects her inner struggles as she stretches, bends, and recoils from the pressures all around her. Kamala not only struggles with her identity, but with the different ways and expectations of her religion, with the pressures and expectations from her strict (but nurturing) parents, and with her power as well."
Follow Kamala journey to becoming a Captain Marvel and an Avenger through various comic book issues.
It is the perfect time to introduce readers to Kamala Khan as she will be introduced to the Marvel Cinematic Universe later this year! Disney has announced they are set to air a live action series titled Ms. Marvel in late 2021. The show will star Iman Vellani an 18-year-old from Markham, Ontario 🇨🇦!