Ms. Marvel Finish-Credit Scene, Defined

The sixth and ultimate episode of “Ms. Marvel” was launched on Disney+ on July 13, and the end-credits scene concerned a significant MCU cameo with some big implications for the “Captain Marvel” sequel, “The Marvels.” Let’s break down simply what the ending of “Ms. Marvel” means for the way forward for the MCU.

Through the brief scene, Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani) rests on her mattress in her brand-new go well with, presumably after an extended day of superhero-ing. Her mother (Zenobia Shroff) is heard off display screen urging her to complete her science homework. However earlier than she will be able to even crack open her textbook, her bangle lights up mysteriously. Viewers will keep in mind, after all, that the bangle first unlocked Kamala’s powers. Her great-grandmother Aisha (Mehwish Hayat) and her fellow Clandestines discovered the bracelet in a mysterious cave, adorning a severed arm that seemed to be blue (we’ll get again to that!).

Kamala stands up, and the bangle kicks into motion, abruptly zapping her away. In her place is Captain Marvel, aka Carol Danvers (Brie Larson). For a second, Carol stares at her gloves, which appear to be glowing the identical method Kamala’s had been. Carol is shocked to be in Kamala’s bed room and to see so many photographs and drawings of herself on the wall. “Oh, no, no, no,” she says earlier than taking off, the place she’s going to presumably run into Kamala’s whole household downstairs. Then, a title card informs viewers that Ms. Marvel will return in “The Marvels,” and the present ends.

MCU followers already knew Kamala could be showing in “The Marvels,” however now we all know how Kamala and Carol find yourself crossing paths. It appears there was a connection between the bangle and Carol — and we do have some perception into what precisely that connection may very well be.

For “Ms. Marvel,” the creators of the collection modified Kamala’s powers from the comics to make them extra cosmic. Govt producer Sana Amanat spoke to in June about why they determined to modify issues up. “We wished to ensure that her powers mirrored what was taking place within the MCU in kind of this subsequent chapter and actually, extra importantly, linking it to her cultural heritage,” she stated. So the MCU’s Kamala’s powers had been at all times meant to be tied to Carol’s.

As for that blue arm with the bangle: Within the MCU, the one blue beings viewers have met (to this point) are the Kree, a race of aliens. Carol’s powers come from two sources: publicity to the Tesseract and a blood transfusion with a Kree warrior. It is attainable Kamala’s bangle is definitely a Kree artifact, and that is why there was a connection between the 2 within the end-credits scene.

Nonetheless, we’re left with a whole lot of questions on Kamala’s powers. For a lot of the collection, Kamala believed her powers got here from the truth that her great-grandmother was a Clandestine from one other realm, generally known as a djinn. However within the ultimate episode, Bruno (Matt Lintz) reveals that Kamala truly has a mutation in her genes that made her talents seem, whereas nobody else in her household has any. Any comics fan is aware of properly that mutating genes at all times lead again to the X-Males. However, within the comics, Kamala is definitely an Inhuman, a human whose genes have been edited with Kree DNA. Marvel even had a short-lived “Inhumans” TV present, nevertheless it looks as if the MCU Kamala is not an Inhuman. What precisely she is, then, followers should wait to search out out.

So we’re left with extra questions than solutions. In “The Marvels,” we’ll discover out the place Kamala went when she switched locations with Carol. The film may even characteristic Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau, who acquired her personal powers in “WandaVision.” It is unclear if Monica’s powers may even find yourself tying into Kamala’s and Carol’s.

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