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Jay's Chatterbox: Ms. Marvel Trailer

Hello my fiendish friends. It's me again!

I know I'm kind of late to the party talking about this trailer, but I haven't had too much time to really sit down and talk about it. Not when there have been so many things coming out. And, rather than do a late review of Doctor Strange (Quick opinion: it was good. Very horror-esque. Something from it might come next week.) I thought I'd talk about one of my favorite modern day superheroes.

The Ms. Marvel trailer gives off quite an impression. I'm picking up a lot of the quirkiness that was in Into the Spiderverse. Both of them lean into the comic book aspect of it all which I don't think is a coincidence. After all, both Miles and Kamala are nerdy teenagers. Going into the comic aesthetic adds to the charm. And that's really something I like about this.

The trailer sets up for a pretty charming show. Of course, there's going to be the typical superhero fighting and, being that it is an origin story, there's going to be some fumbling. But, after what we got with Moon Knight and Doctor Strange, Ms. Marvel might be a set up for something a little less intense.

I'm also hoping for this because Kamala Kahn is a sweetheart and does not deserve to be harmed in anyway.

Which leads me into the character herself. She's adorable. She always has been and most likely always will be. She's the typical teenager; crushes, bullies, being a nerd, going to school, trying to be a good daughter... the list goes on. Then, you throw in the superhero stuff into the mix, and now she's juggling it all. She dreams of being like Captain Marvel and this would be her chance. Will she take it?

That's a stupid question, me: of course she does. But we'll all just have to see how well everything will work out for her when the show releases in June. In that time, I will talk about it a little more in depth. I am excited to do so, but we'll all have to wait. And, until next time, hope you all have a good thirteenth. Be safe!

Fare Thee Well!

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