Ms Marvel Trailer - How NOT To Build A Hero

2022 ж. 17 Нау.
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After watching the trailer for Ms Marvel, the upcoming MCU show on Disney+, I was blown away by how badly they seem to have introduced this character. Join me as I break down what the trailer got wrong, and how it could have been done better.

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    The Critical DrinkerThe Critical Drinker4 ай бұрын
    • So youre basing your opinion of a show on its FIRST TRAILER?

      Shitpost101Shitpost1018 сағат бұрын
    • Maybe you watch the show before reviewing it.

      Captain HaddockCaptain Haddock3 күн бұрын
    • The show was average at best, but lo and behold, they turned the Pakistani culture into a washed down, dogshit version of Bollywood senselessness! Also, they way they portrayed the partition as a ploy of Britain's divide and rule strategy, not only is that bullshit but also an attempt to highlight the Indian propaganda behind partition! And also they brought a Pakistani director for the show because she's a feminist. So plenty of negatives. Moon Knight was far better though!

      Syed Bilal RashidSyed Bilal Rashid23 күн бұрын

      planetwaveplanetwave23 күн бұрын
  • "Her origin is one of envy, jealousy and self serving" That actually sounds like a good origin story, for a villain

    Deric MederosDeric Mederos4 ай бұрын
    • Hmmm. You have just summed up a direction our society could be going.

      Hexis PlusHexis Plus6 сағат бұрын
    • @Venturina180 So? We should be interested in her because she's a teen?

      Jaideep ShekharJaideep Shekhar2 күн бұрын
    • @Alejo Hernandez Not Republicans? Why even bring Politics in here anyway? What is the point?

      Jaideep ShekharJaideep Shekhar2 күн бұрын
    • @MrLuckless Irony - Iron Man. Haha. XD

      Jaideep ShekharJaideep Shekhar2 күн бұрын
    • @Aliminator And it nearly ruined his relationship with Mary Jane as well

      May Blake's Hideaway for Truth-SeekersMay Blake's Hideaway for Truth-Seekers4 күн бұрын
  • The immediate comparison that leaps to mind is Ben 10 personally. Random child stumbles across seemingly alien artifact of power and he uses it more for fun than responsibility (though granted he was stuck in the middle of nowhere). A common lesson in Ben 10 however is that he is, in fact, a child, who often asks irresponsibly and still gets in over his head in situations of his own making, requiring his family to help him out and furthermore grounding the ego. But I don't think Khamala's going to be getting that treatment with either friends or family.

    Elegant OddityElegant OddityАй бұрын
    • And even still, he is more of an unwilling hero. He was just stuck with the omnitrix with not much choice while the

      Thanos NoctemThanos Noctem2 күн бұрын
    • Thing is ben had flaws in said powers being the time limit. It makes me understand why master control was taken from him for plot reasons as child. Ben abused the removed time limit which would cause identity reveal problems that came later in ultimste alien. What was more interesting is that master control was ineffective against vilgax and kevin teaming up.

      Jourdan FarquharsonJourdan Farquharson9 күн бұрын
    • @Bina Dahal I did not, hence the "I think" terminology. This was speculation based on previous experience. If that does happen, neat.

      Elegant OddityElegant Oddity11 күн бұрын
    • But at the end of the day she did ask for her friends and family’s help….did you watch the show?

      Bina DahalBina Dahal11 күн бұрын
    • @Sreeni K I mean hey I could be wrong. Heck I hope I'm wrong. But based on what I've scene I'm being worryingly reminded of the last Ms Marvel related piece from this series.

      Elegant OddityElegant Oddity16 күн бұрын
  • I don't know, I feel that the first episodes so far have done a decent job setting her up, she wanted powers, now she has them, she tries to save someone, but almost let them fall to their death, with the boy only suffering an ankle break in the end. But I think she'll soon discover that the hero life isn't what she thought it was. The next episodes will probably delve into this further

    MechAleXMechAleXАй бұрын
    • @Tawelwch Gaming It was known when her comic debuted what the message was for her. She was never a hero, she was a kid wanting to play pretend. Shes like Rey in SW basically everything that happened to her happened to her, not because she took action like any other Avenger. She just eh every step of the way. I never found her compelling and stopped caring about her. Now shes popped back up, as I figured she would with the movies, because social justice.

      Domo OnogotnoDomo Onogotno9 күн бұрын
    • @caracasaltavista Don’t be daft. It has over 100k likes, I’d call that a success.

      Nebula CompositionsNebula Compositions10 күн бұрын
    • @African Violet agreed, there are a few of us who knew about Ms. Marvel (I knew about her for years because I happened upon her comic when it first came out and got it out of curiosity). The show tries to stick largely to the events of those series making a few changes along the way (most namely her powers, and the exclusion of the Inhumans). I'm curious on his perspective now that the first season is fully out.

      Tawelwch GamingTawelwch Gaming12 күн бұрын
    • I'd love too see it, only heard of it now, I've read the first comic book and it was good.

      TestedCat GamingTestedCat Gaming26 күн бұрын
    • @caracasaltavista thats because he reviewed the show before it came out

      African VioletAfrican VioletАй бұрын
  • If you told me the premise on paper I would cringe to death. I didn’t watch the trailer. I’m nearly finished with the series and I have really liked it. Everything in my being told me to cringe and roll my eyes but I never did. I don’t know why, but I really like Ms Marvel.

    Daniel ClydeDaniel Clyde29 күн бұрын
    • @Jaideep Shekhar I liked how the show immersed me in a culture about which I know very little. I also liked learning about the Indian Partition, albeit briefly. And I liked the main character/actress; I thought she was charming, fun, and genuine and I cared about her journey. Ultimately, I was streaming a tv show. It was an enjoyable experience for me and while I didn't watch it right on release day, I did look forward to watching each episode weekly. If you're looking for something to stream when you're bored, I recommend it!

      Daniel ClydeDaniel Clyde2 күн бұрын
    • What is good about it?

      Jaideep ShekharJaideep Shekhar2 күн бұрын
    • I roled my eyes. Almost every scene.

      ZooWeeMamaZooWeeMama15 күн бұрын
    • @Bill the dorito guy I plan on watching it, I've read the first book and it was good.

      TestedCat GamingTestedCat Gaming26 күн бұрын
  • Her character isn’t bland and doesn’t use her ethnicity or religion as her character although it is mentioned how her parents are very strict. I wouldn’t say it’s bad it’s just aimed at a different group to what I personally enjoy. It is starting to get interesting with the history of the bangle however I don’t like how she gets her powers from a bangle. I can’t really say much bad about the show it’s just not my thing

    Caelan AtheyCaelan AtheyАй бұрын
    • @Murylo Batista well that’s a bias viewpoint then isn’t it and doesn’t reflect on the quality of the show

      Caelan AtheyCaelan Athey8 күн бұрын
    • I guess is a miss for most of us, I have hunch with indians personally so this show appeals like 0

      Murylo BatistaMurylo Batista8 күн бұрын
    • @Bina Dahal Well, nobody saw that one coming back when we made these posts. Episode 6 hadn't been released yet.

      Michel De BruynMichel De Bruyn11 күн бұрын
    • @Michel De Bruyn it’s because they wanna introduce mutants into the mcu…did anyone watch the show?

      Bina DahalBina Dahal11 күн бұрын
  • The Ms Marvel trailer felt more like an old 90's Nickelodeon show than a superhero show.

    MM4 ай бұрын
    • Facks

      Ręśtärt_wöłfRęśtärt_wöłf22 күн бұрын
    • Yeah the writing hasn’t been the same after endgame

      NatetiveNatetive26 күн бұрын
    • As a 90s kid Nickelodeon was the bollocks this however is pure shit lol

      The world is our gardenThe world is our gardenАй бұрын
    • @G. F. S F55 Too bad it's a roaring success. You have no choice but to accept a well done girl hero character exists

      Schlock JocksSchlock JocksАй бұрын
    • Lmao exactly what I wanted to say, it's something I would watch on TV when I was a little girl and wanted to feel special, sort of a trash show that no one else really knew about and only served as a power fantasy that would be canceled after the 1st season and not an actual super hero from a serious studio

      G. F. S F55G. F. S F55Ай бұрын
  • I read this character's comic. She was kind of a shapeshifter and also used her creativity. She tested her powers to see what she can and can't do in order to check her time limits, changing limits etc. Also she had small enemies if I remember correctly. Small street gangs or something. But, as usual, MCU writers didn't even bother reading beyond first 2-3 pages of her comic and came up... sorry, slapped the premade story package to their script, tweaked a few things for *the message* and adding random stuff screen writers want to put there for no reason, aaaand we got a new show. "Quick! Pour all the money to CGI budget so audiance will be distracted and they won't question our pathetic excuse of a story. We just need to sell it. If they figure it out later, who cares."

    SanferaSanferaАй бұрын
    • @Michel De Bruyn i agree, they've used the comics well, I have to say this has been one of the best made MCU shows/films, you can really tell the writers care about the story they're telling, this is also the most fleshed out side characters have been in any MCU show/film to date, I was wary when I heard about this show but having seen up to the fourth episode, I really like it x

      Rose Amelia HallRose Amelia HallАй бұрын
    • There are entire scenes taken almost word for word from the comics.

      Michel De BruynMichel De BruynАй бұрын
  • 1:15 Would you have said that about Daredevil? His Irish Catholic identity is heavily played up. And the antagonist is Damage Control probably and the Clandestines for a while.

    Ken LandonKen Landon15 күн бұрын
  • This show was pretty good, didn't feel too political and I like the art direction.

    Joey JoJoJoey JoJo4 күн бұрын
  • Well, the entire point is for her to go from “I want to be famous” to “I need to help others” mentality. It’s an obvious way to grow. It’s a literal teenage trope.

    EclipseMints08EclipseMints082 ай бұрын
  • Love how they're still using the "geeks are unpopular and bullied all the time" idea, despite it not being accurate since the MCU has been around. When I was a kid in the 80s, geeks who liked scifi, books and comics WERE ridiculed and bullied. Now? Over 90% of the world is a self-proclaimed geek who is in to superheroes, scifi, comics etc. They're honestly trying to push the idea that a girl would be an outcast for being a fan of real world superheroes? Also, every scene in this trailer shows her with her crowd of friends. Again, back in the 80s I had ONE friend who was in to the same sort of geeky stuff as nerds like me were social outcasts. The mere fact that she is constantly surrounded by her mates shows how easy these poor little geeks have it these days.

    Gary MGary M4 ай бұрын
    • Notice you said everyone is a “self proclaimed geek” which is different than being a geek. Like everyone is a self proclaimed economist talking about inflation, but some people actually run businesses or are economists and don’t just post about it online. ACTUAL geeks are still kinda geeky and unloved. Or reviled. The actual geeks who hate Disney marvel productization are called racists/bigoted white men. So still hate haha. Even when their time ti shine comes forth, they’re still relegated to basements. Shame.

      Mark is Living DeliberatelyMark is Living Deliberately3 күн бұрын
    • @Fuzzycat no dnd is still embarrassing

      LillRiceLillRice8 күн бұрын
    • Ahhhh little geeks these days **angry old man noises**

      You’ve gone incognitoYou’ve gone incognito9 күн бұрын
    • @Pagan lifeandhistory as a student, I can confirm that anime is still semi-uncool

      corsair bravocorsair bravo9 күн бұрын
    • @Fuzzycat And now there's a movie

      Kristopher WatsonKristopher Watson14 күн бұрын
  • I find that you’ve made a lot of assumptions based on trailers alone. Now having seen the first episode, tho she is categorised as a weirdo and an outcast, she has yet to express the need to be popular. More so she seems to enjoy her fan girl and fantasy life, only wanting her parents to see that she loves that stuff and not criticise her to much for it. Also her desire to become a hero seems to born from her admiration of captain marvel, and not from wanting to be popular. Wether that’s a good hero motivation I don’t know, but it is certainly better than just wanting to be famous.

    Tyler HebbinkTyler Hebbink2 ай бұрын
    • @ZooWeeMama Having inspired powers isn't a bad thing, nor being a legacy character. Peter and Kamala do not have the same personality, aside from how they both began as teens The rest of that spiel, that's your paranoia

      Schlock JocksSchlock Jocks15 күн бұрын
    • @Schlock Jocks the wrong way is as someone smart wrote " She took her powers from Mr. Fantastic She took her name from Carol Danvers and they gave her the personality of Peter Parker without the death of a loved one. Apart from her race she has nothing new about her in comics, it’s so lackluster" marvel wanted a new character who isn't white to show how representative they are. Because of that they rushed the character. Making bad. And goofy as hell. But marvel knew no one can say shit about it since she isn't white so it'll be "racism". That's actually the only reason the show has such a high score. Instead of trying to make a new character they tried to look good.

      ZooWeeMamaZooWeeMama15 күн бұрын
    • @Schlock Jocks but it is a fact that racism is not a very strong problem. The most of racism is in the internet and it goes to all the races there. Some people are racist to black people. Some to Mexicans, and some to white people, saying that they are all racist (especially white men). Celebrating a character because of their race is stupid. I really wouldn't care about her being Pakistani if they didn't mention it all the time in the wrong way. That's why most real marvel fans and not just people who watch the movies hate her. Because she was made as a political move and not genuinely.

      ZooWeeMamaZooWeeMama15 күн бұрын
    • @ZooWeeMama Nah, I read them. I'm just not afraid of political and social commentary

      Schlock JocksSchlock Jocks15 күн бұрын
  • I like a scene in the comics where we see Kamala using her powers for the first time. she has this idea of ​​wanting to be someone like captain marvel so she transforms into her, and realizing how she can't be her heroine she feels small to the point of literally shrinking down to the size of a bug. Kamala is clumsy, the way her limbs get disproportionate when using her powers serves to show her clumsy way to match her personality, but now they've turned her into a green lantern.

    esorik .-.esorik .-.2 ай бұрын
  • Her origin here is quite different compared to the comics, and her original comics are quite good as is a fun relatable character.

    Vecna’s legVecna’s leg2 ай бұрын
  • I am not gonna lie, the pimp slap (punch) Thanos delivered on her was the highlight of the movie, "Begone THot"

    Andy KnollsAndy Knolls2 ай бұрын
  • Honestly, a movie/show about a drunken Scottish guy in his late 30s with deep-seated regrets all of a sudden gaining superpowers is a great idea for a show that I would definitely watch.

    NexusNexus4 ай бұрын
    • Would actually be interesting to see a Scottish only have his super powers when he's drunk and it would definitely be amazing to watch

      Kanye West in a sparkling water suitKanye West in a sparkling water suit15 күн бұрын
    • Not every hero wears a cape, some wear kilts.

      Andrew BuchanAndrew BuchanАй бұрын
    • @margareth michelina You do know Tatiana doesn't exist, right? She's just a hired actress.

      Schlock JocksSchlock JocksАй бұрын
    • Scottish Hancook?

      DovahllinDovahllin2 ай бұрын
  • Maybe you hit on something that’s worth exploring. Perhaps the old hero story of battling personal failings to rise to the occasion and sacrifice oneself for a higher cause is a more masculine hero story. It resonates with the historical male role-going out to defend the tribe. Perhaps the female hero story you describe of overcoming insecurity and being recognized taps into female psychology more. Think of all the hidden princess stories of the past. Even Anne of Green Gables was about realizing that she had all the material she needed to be a good writer when she chose to write what she already knew rather than romance. This may be a difficult mash-up with the old male hero archetype, which is why it doesn’t work. The secret princess isn’t also the knight who slays the dragon.

    Nathan KendrickNathan Kendrick2 ай бұрын
    • Interesting point🌛

      first lastfirst lastКүн бұрын
  • A superhero origin where it's a normal teenager trying to use powers for purely...teenage reasons would actually be a great set up But in order to use it right, the whole point would have to be acknowledging this fact, and trying to change their own life and ideals, making themselves a better person I'm not getting much of that here

    Joe SmutzJoe Smutz2 ай бұрын
  • Coming up with diverse super heroes on paper may seem like a good idea at the time, but for them to translate to film may not be a good idea. Not every comic book character or groups can become TV or movie realisations.

    Lennox BraithwaiteLennox Braithwaite2 ай бұрын
  • Ms. Marvel wasn't even out and people were clowning. Now imagine what they will do.

    GentlemanGentleman2 ай бұрын
    • @thanos Rogers ah okay lol, also i disliked wandavision and moonknight. They werent bad, but mk was corny, and wandavision took way to long to get to the point

      Akshay KaliAkshay KaliАй бұрын
    • @Akshay Kali dude u read it all wrong , im not saying i dont liked hawkeye , what im saying according to mcu viewership database , ms marvel is the least watched show of mcu yet after hawkeye , that means hawkeye is the 2nd least watched show of mcu , this has nothing to if i dont liked it or not , these 2 shows did not catched much attention of the audience and im not saying that , the mcu officials are saying that...and everyone is saying mk is easliy the best show mcu had after wandavision , again im not saying this , just see the mcu database , all the data is there.

      thanos Rogersthanos RogersАй бұрын
    • @thanos Rogers hawkeye is easily the best show marvel has next to loki. If u dont like it too bad for u i guess

      Akshay KaliAkshay KaliАй бұрын
    • @Akshay Kali watched the 1st , did not like it , also im not the only one who is not watching it , its the lowest viewed mcu show now , even lower than hawkeye , like we cant even compare it with hawkeye bcus it gained only half the no of viewers of hawkeye got , and hawkeye is 2nd lowest watched show.

      thanos Rogersthanos RogersАй бұрын
    • @thanos Rogers im 17 and i like it u probably didnt even watch an episode

      Akshay KaliAkshay KaliАй бұрын
  • If Disney was smart, they would see a great opportunity to subvert expectations. Let her discover these powers and use them to be popular. Her inexperience and lack of humility leads her to be destructive and more of a villain. Then she would learn the hard way about the true price of power and she would face off against other Marvel heroes who deem her as a threat. But nope. That's just wishful thinking.

    Timothy VeckrangesTimothy Veckranges4 ай бұрын
    • This is why the boys is a better show than any marvel show combined

    • @Timothy Veckranges That's fair. Different things are entertaining /liked by different people. I was thing back on my previous comments and they seem a bit heated, I'm sorry. I don't disagree with anything I said but it was a lot. Have a good day.

      Melody snowMelody snowАй бұрын
    • @Melody snow I respect your opinion, however my idea may be cliché but more entertaining for me personally. No offense

      Timothy VeckrangesTimothy VeckrangesАй бұрын
    • side note, I'm not Pakistani but I am Indian so the show's decision to discuss the partion in detail is really interesting to me. These sort of elements also sort of ground the show and make comments like these completely unfathomable to me lol. Because you're thinking of an all together different character if you think Kamala would suddenly become overwhelmed and evil with power. Ms Marvel will always be a story about religious and ethnic culture and how it shapes people's lives. "whoever takes a life-unless as a punishment for murder or mischief in the land-it will be as if they killed all of humanity; and whoever saves a life, it will be as if they saved all of humanity." A quote from the Quran that Kamala's father tells her in the comics that shapes why she's more motivated to help people.

      Melody snowMelody snowАй бұрын
    • The show isn't really about Kamala's powers. It's about the bangle of course, but Kamala herself is not the relevant character who drives the themes of the show, it's her family whose indicative of the values of culture and family in the show. Your proposed plot wouldn't fit with the personalities of the characters, because the whole superhero part isn't focused on. It's mostly a show about culture and besides no offense but that writing sounds cliché. Not everything has to be shocking reveal or tale of corruption. You guys are misrepresentating the show, find out the actual plot and then complain maybe.

      Melody snowMelody snowАй бұрын
  • The comics are really good and lots of people love them. Im hoping Disney doesn’t ruin it. Also, the origin story is there but you have to know what was going on in the universe at the time. Basically, this Inhuman guy with super cool powers talked and then some Terrigen Mist (which makes Inhumans inhuman) went all around this area of the globe and activated dormant Inhuman genes. also, her superpowers are really different looking. In the comics she has transforming powers that basically let change the shape of her body. Then in the show it looks like she has weird purple... Something?

    Dim The DimwitDim The Dimwit2 ай бұрын
  • I really liked Hawkeye and thought they treated him well. I would enjoy seeing you review it.

    Steel JohnsonSteel Johnson2 ай бұрын
  • An article a few weeks ago in Salon was ominously titled “Let’s all stop ignoring The Fandom Menace. It’s real, and it’s winning.” The article contends that toxic factions have become a built-in component of fandom that serves a “darker side” of human nature. Examples of this toxicity are fans who engage in behaviors like "review bombing" (organizing to leave scathing reviews on IMDb to ruin the reputation and buzz around a film or series, as they did recently to Disney Plus’s Ms. Marvel) or coordinated social media attacks against both creators and fellow fans who don’t fit with their view of the media.

    Rusty Tetsu-JinRusty Tetsu-Jin26 күн бұрын
  • 0:39 and the surprising part about that is that the only show you didn’t bother to watch was the one that didn’t have all that or if it did it wasn’t to an annoying extent

    The_real_idoitThe_real_idoit28 күн бұрын
  • I feel you can have a self-serving hero. At least to start. THE Spider-Man began his career as a character of self-service before Ben told him his words of wisdom, and Booster Gold is a "hero" from the future who stole tech and went to the modern age to get famous. The thing writers must to with self-serving heroes is to make them confront this problem, not make it a quirky character trait

    Chris CanulChris Canul3 ай бұрын
    • @Sunset's Channel That's different because One Punch Man is a comedy and is not to be taken seriously.

      Derpy PotatoDerpy Potato9 күн бұрын
    • @Sunset's Channel ​ @Mimikyu is right it was shown that anyone who fights hard for others saitama shows respects and even willing to purposely act like jerk for mumen rider remember??

      Gaikwad Raj Shekhar RaoGaikwad Raj Shekhar Rao12 күн бұрын
    • @Schlock Jocks Nope. I didn't watch the show. Though, I was simply replying to the original comment in reference to his mention of "self-serving heroes." What I wrote wasn't directed to the show itself. It's just an observation I've made to how some modern day heroes are being written.

      DragonMaster309DragonMaster30912 күн бұрын
    • @Ali Qureshi i stopped reading your comment when you said the Taliban aren’t Muslims. You are ignorant if you think the Taliban represent all of Afghanistan.

      Lawrence TalbotLawrence Talbot14 күн бұрын
    • @Lawrence Talbot The point I'm trying to make is that labelling the Taliban as Muslims, even if they may claim that they are, is inaccurate, because their actions defy Islam. If I proclaimed that I am a Christian, then denounced the trinity, went out to kill and steal, committed adultery, then am I a Christian, or a hypocrite? Is it fair to label other Christians, who don't commit such heinous acts and actually follow their religion, in the same category as me, just because I have claimed to be so? I don't understand how there is a fallacy in my argument. The problem here is that you have made a generalisation, which itself is a fallacy. To group (all) Muslims under the same label based on the actions of a minority is a generalisation. Keep in mind that the Taliban and other terrorists around the world like ISIS are minorities; the population of Afghanisation is 39 million (which is too high a number as it also includes civilians) pales in comparison to the 1.8 billion total Muslims around the world. Again, another analogy, the KKK is a group in America that commits acts of terror against non-white folks. The KKK is estimated to be comprised of a couple thousand people at this point in time, whilst the population of America is 330 million. Is it then fair for me to say that Americans are racist and terrorise non-white people?

      Ali QureshiAli Qureshi14 күн бұрын
  • I watched the first few episodes, and honestly, the worst part about the show is how often the characters use the word "bangle."

    Joel PierceJoel PierceАй бұрын
  • Honestly, I think her starting out selfish is good. Because as the story progresses, she can learn that, maybe she was wrong in her way of thinking. And then she can become a true hero. From a selfish prick to a girl who gives hope to others. Just an idea Im currently using for my own story that might be able to apply here.

    Baba BooeyBaba Booey2 ай бұрын
  • I agree with everything EXCEPT the part where you said “how useful can giant fists be?” ONE PIECE LUFFY GEAR 3 WITH GIANT FISTS IS CRAZY USEFUL XD

    Bhavya JastiBhavya JastiАй бұрын
  • 9:22 a perfect example of this is Obadiah Stane and the Red Skull as they quite literally are mirror images. Iron man armor is smooth, sleek and efficient, using futuristic tech while the Iron Monger suit is big and bulky, relying on a minigun and unguided rockets asxit's armarments. Captain america stands for freedom and is defined by the mostly blue outfit while Red Skull is a nazi and the most prominent thing about his design is... well the red skull

    Icicle_AIIcicle_AI2 ай бұрын
  • The “I feel sorry for myself because I’m not rich and famous” trend has taken over Hollywood. Classic morals are made fun of and considered out of touch.

    Bret RBret R4 ай бұрын
    • @Ezio Sure but they still portray a better character arc and a story. For example MHA-its the same 'who am I and where i belong' highschool shit that has been churned for decades but its execution is *chefs kiss*. and thats what I fear that under the guise of 'Oh hey! Marvel supports diversity' we will lose the content and story matter. I just hope they dont fall to the CW/DC cringe level.

      Heet PurohitHeet Purohit2 ай бұрын
    • Exactly! the problems the trailers talk about is completely non-existent or perhaps mildly affecting. Every marvel hero we know has got what they deserved by earning it, by sacrificing sooo much. And here we have a random brown girl who wishes she was captain marvel and gets it? WOW! So inspiring to those who think 'I should get what I want' definitely not sending out a false message Marvel. (also, just realized while writing my comment even Spiderman was told by Tony 'you shouldnt be waring a suit if you think you are nothing without it' Peter first got powers but he also got his purpose for the powers right. I honestly dont see it here. Its more 'yay! high school! yay! crushes and house parties! yay! super powers')

      Heet PurohitHeet Purohit2 ай бұрын
    • @Joshua Graham wait why not Elon musk

      Jake TanurJake Tanur3 ай бұрын
  • That crowd celebrating Thanos punching Captain Marvel, priceless

    Leon RobinsonLeon Robinson2 ай бұрын
  • The fact that Ms Marvel doesn't even have Ms Marvel's actual superpowers lmao

    JokeOfAllTradesJokeOfAllTrades2 ай бұрын
  • Love that this video came out BEFORE the show ever dropped. I wasn’t excited for it, and yet “Ms. Marvel” quickly became my favorite MCU show

    Mr. Movie MafiaMr. Movie Mafia29 күн бұрын
    • @Giga Chad Loki? What If series? WandaVision??? Come on man.

      MaazypaazMaazypaaz2 күн бұрын
    • @Stare What Stare yes

      Baby yodaBaby yoda10 күн бұрын
    • @Giga Chad I agree. But this show is hands down, the worst.

      Stare What StareStare What Stare14 күн бұрын
    • All the MCU shows suck.

      Giga ChadGiga Chad15 күн бұрын
  • "her origin is one of jealousy, envy and self serving" So, Spiderman? Character development exists for a reason you know. Don't judge a book by it's cover and don't judge a series or show by it's trailer

    • @GilliganTF2 You didn't watch one episode

      Schlock JocksSchlock Jocks28 күн бұрын
    • @GilliganTF2 Why though. This is not a counter argument It's a statement

    • I just watched the show, it's terrible, horrible, asqueroso y mal escrito Is so bad that i need to speak in spanish

      GilliganTF2GilliganTF229 күн бұрын
    • @Shane Gopee and yes I hope they release some merch. I want to buy one of her comics now at least, that I can do. They've been on my radar for a while since I'm also of a similar background to Kamala, they seem good!!

      Melody snowMelody snowАй бұрын
    • @Shane Gopee Perfectly put! That's what I was thinking. Sad that a lot of people like this guy won't watch it because it's "wOKe NoNSenSe" when in actuality they're just upset to see a minority and will find any reason to complain. Notice how none of his complaints even had validity in show OBVIOUSLY BECAUSE HE WAS JUDGING WITHOUT SEEING THE SHOW. gosh.

      Melody snowMelody snowАй бұрын
  • Awesome video as always! I am afraid the trend that Marvel is setting (mixing fiction with real life agendas), in today's day and age, we will never be able to see another Iron Man 1 like movie from Marvel. Tony was narcissistic and a sexist character, that's just who he used to be. Making him turn around his life in 10 real life years is what gave him a great character arc. I'm afraid if Marvel keeps satisfying only one group of people without being true to the source material, we will never see such character arcs on screen in the MCU.

    The Canadian LadThe Canadian Lad4 ай бұрын
    • @Alantino Alantonio lol yes he was

      Nicholas FactorNicholas Factor26 күн бұрын
    • @Elongated man Forever Agreed. The writers still did her dirty and the finale plot in abysmal but when it comes to her character, they nailed it

    • @Abdullah X Is any of that going to get resolved in the end?? Doubt it.

      Elongated man ForeverElongated man ForeverАй бұрын
    • @GAMER PREDICTS I watched some reviews of this show she definitely doesn't come off as unlikable & if she had better writers she could of been better but I don't expect the show to be good at the end, most of these disney + marvel shows go to shit every time they end.

      Elongated man ForeverElongated man ForeverАй бұрын
    • @Elongated man Forever Well the show was not perfect but it had it's charm. She didi have some but it was too subtle. She never did something outright and that was a big missed opportunity but I think She has grown. I know it's hard to notice but I personally think she has. I am not trying to start an argument or anything and I respect what you think

  • She’s a legit marvel fan though so I didn’t hate her tbh

    Mexican BatmanMexican BatmanАй бұрын
  • Sir, you are likely a right wing troll. Just saying. I would criticize her power change.

    Jimmy BonezJimmy BonezАй бұрын
  • I'm looking forward to seeing Jordan Firstman break into acting with his role in this. I'd only watch for that, if anything.

    MichaelMichael2 ай бұрын
  • it’s a damn shame because i actually really enjoyed hawkeye as a departure from the stuff they’re putting out now, as having a compelling story, strong female lead, and enjoyable tone.

    tremblesthefirefightertremblesthefirefighter3 күн бұрын
  • I wish they kept her goofy stretching powers. It'd have much a more interesting movie where she's like 'Oh come on, why do I have the lame powers compared to Thor or Iron Man?' Then over the course she becomes a hero and learns it's not the power, but how you use it.

    Freddy WilliamsFreddy Williams4 ай бұрын
    • Exactly!! But instead, they wanna give her all these unnecessary powers that she didn’t even have in the first place just because 🤦🏾‍♂️

      MC YoungBullMC YoungBull2 ай бұрын
    • yeah but they are also introducing 616 Mr. Fantastic soon and both of em having similar powers might not be the best Idea. Ik she makes her fist and stuff bigger like gear 3rd luffy but still pretty similar to mr fantastic as he can kinda shapeshift too

      IvanIvan3 ай бұрын
    • they wanted reed richards to have these powers first.

      mmkmmk3 ай бұрын
    • @N1ghtshad3 , Inhumans only exists because Disney didn’t own the rights to the X-Men at the time, and there’s no reason on why Disney keep making Inhumans media outside them pandering to the audience that buys very little comic merchandise, comics, and DVDS/Blu-Rays instead of making content for the people that pay trillions of dollars for those types of content.

      Roronoa ZoroRoronoa Zoro3 ай бұрын
  • I think the show could be going to the "going into the real world" path Kamala is a regular teenager that just *wants* to feel how it's like to be a hero. It always seemed strange how everyone was treating superheroes like they're just comic book characters, even though literally exist on Earth. Kamala even referenced a direct scene from Endgame where Cap. Marvel fought Thanos, specifically stating that *she punched Thanos* . Maybe sometime in the future she'll meet the actual captain marvel and learn the harsh reality that heroes don't win every battle. She didn't know that cap was the one that got punched by Thanos, not the other way around. Maybe she'll lose something close to her, like a family member or something.

    Jœ20 күн бұрын
  • Correct me if I'm wrong but every hero in the MCU joined the fight so that they could end the fight. So they could help people and make a difference. But yea with Kamala it's as you said, just a way her for to feel cool. Now, whatever motivates you to do good and help people, that's cool whatever it is. But from a storytelling perspective, getting into it just because you think it's cool is pretty lame. Or at the very least, there's a way to portray it that doesn't make her like how you described her to be.

    Drew ArnoldDrew Arnold16 күн бұрын
  • How angry do you need to be to waste your time creating an entire video critiquing a TV show that wasn't even released yet 😅 bro literally analysed a whole characters motivations, trials, their arc and story based off of a 2 minute trailer.

    Rick WellsRick Wells18 күн бұрын
    • @Xander Michael 1) The comic books didn’t fail. 2) The video game failing has nothing to do with Ms Marvel’s character.

      OoXLR8oOOoXLR8oO9 күн бұрын
    • There are a bunch of failed comic books and a failed video game that has attempted to create a fanbase for this weak attempt at a diversity character. Sure the show might be awesome, but given Disney's recent track record I'm doubting.

      Xander MichaelXander Michael9 күн бұрын
    • i know, then turns out the show was the most highest rated mcu project on rotten tomatoes LOL

      IbzyIbzy15 күн бұрын
    • And predictably, he got it all wrong.

      OoXLR8oOOoXLR8oO18 күн бұрын
  • 5 minutes in and I have multiple comments but im only gonna say one: It may be true that steve wanted to be captain america for a good cause but he experiences no character growth, no change, no character arcs that make him a different person. He stays the same in every movie. Kamala is the complete opposite changing and growing a lot while also figuring out who she is in the show.

    InXane demonInXane demon4 күн бұрын
    • @Pratham Sethi he didn’t lol he risked his life in every other movie he was in just because he didn’t die doesn’t mean he didn’t risk it

      InXane demonInXane demon3 күн бұрын
    • Lol Cap goes on to be sacrifice he's whole life for his nation and the world. And at last he finally gets to spend the time with his love Peggy Carter. He's arc was totally opposite to Tony Stark who started out selfish and laid down his life for the whole world. Saying he had no character growth from The Avengers to Avengers Endgame is so wrong.

      Pratham SethiPratham Sethi3 күн бұрын
  • She's a prime example of today "I want there fore I deserve, and I get because I want...." Vain, narcistic , self entitled Tik Tok'ers, Instagramers', and Twitter users would LOVE her.

    PoezRaven69PoezRaven694 ай бұрын
    • @shadowspider9 Wolverine can't hold a book anymore. What's that tell you?

      Schlock JocksSchlock JocksАй бұрын
    • @PoezRaven69 Er, no. Old comics did that too. It's just back then, the stars were all white males.

      Schlock JocksSchlock JocksАй бұрын
    • @Cap'm Crunch Well in my opinion her comics missed the opportunity to have her be a hijabi, you know really show a visual difference between her and everyone else. Show how she’s ostracised for that and learns to embrace that aspect of herself, to transform her scarf into a symbol for heroism.

      Abdullah XAbdullah X2 ай бұрын
    • @shadowspider9 if you bothered to read the original comics the run she was introduced was incredibly successful

      Donald TaylorDonald Taylor2 ай бұрын
  • Frankly, I think having a teen hero who starts in a world that's well-established to be filled with them and suddenly getting powers like whatshername is a great chance to explore what living in a world full of supers like. You could even have the internal conflict being centered on figuring out what to DO with the powers, even debate whether having powers automatically means you should be a hero in the first place. Just because you learn kung fu doesn't mean you should start beating up bad guys.

    James WestJames West17 күн бұрын
  • This man really watched the trailer and decided what the origin story was about.

    aisha rehmanaisha rehman10 күн бұрын
    • @Nathan Cassidy Perfectly sums up the show

      Elongated man ForeverElongated man Forever5 күн бұрын
    • @Elongated man Forever I wouldn't go that far as that would imply anybody cared enough to watch it. And the opposite of love is not hate, but apathy.

      Nathan CassidyNathan Cassidy5 күн бұрын
    • @Nathan Cassidy It came out and was dogshit

      Elongated man ForeverElongated man Forever5 күн бұрын
    • @Nathan Cassidy thats exactly what thw comment is about tho...

      Colm LooneyColm Looney8 күн бұрын
    • Maybe you should check the date because you’ll notice that this came out when all we had to go on was the trailer. The show hadn’t been released yet.

      Nathan CassidyNathan Cassidy8 күн бұрын
  • I loved that she wasn't bullied, i am sick of "the nerd is actually a superhero" trope

    Polina LeePolina Lee11 күн бұрын
    • Same. Or in any media. Like as a peculiar kid i & my friends were never bullied, & in reality that trope is so old

      just a nobodyjust a nobody10 күн бұрын
  • I hope you did end up giving the show a chance cause it might be better than you expected. I understand why you might have low expectations considering how bad the other shows were (except for Wandavision imo) but idk how you expect for the whole show to be shown in a few trailers you would actually have to watch it to know if it checked the hero list boxes there’s much more to Kamala then her being a minority she’s suppose to be the average teenage girl turned superhero that’s the whole point her heritage of where her powers came from is really interesting and there’s nothing really wrong with her doing it for selfish reasons but they turned it around and made her realize it should be more than that I’m not sure if it’s for you but you should still check it out coming from someone who just watched the season finale it was great

    Mary OzMary Oz28 күн бұрын
    • I didn't know the T.V. show exists but now that I do I plan on watching it. I read the first book and it was pretty good.

      TestedCat GamingTestedCat Gaming26 күн бұрын
  • It was so entertaining, watching Carol Danvers in End Game. One guy cheering for her saving Tony and Nebula at the beginning, people groaning as she took out Thanos's ship, and then the cheers as she got Donkey Kong punched out of the rest of the fight.

    Robin ThrushRobin Thrush4 ай бұрын
    • Didn’t happen in my theater.

      Richer than RichieRicher than Richie3 ай бұрын
    • I love rockets Dig at Her gay new hairdo

      MrVercettti89MrVercettti893 ай бұрын
    • the worst superheroes are the ones that are invincible, only way you can make those superheroes have any actual problems is through doing it mentally

      zeropiezeropie3 ай бұрын
    • That happened at my theater too! When she Super Smash Bros’d out of the scene, ppl cheered and laughed

      Doodle ThisDoodle This3 ай бұрын
    • shit i just used youtube memes to replace the captain marvel scenes with master chief and called it a day for my own copy

      Joshua GrahamJoshua Graham3 ай бұрын
  • All the aspects you mentioned of her character and especially her origin story are wrong so JUST WATCH THE SHOW!! for goodness sake - if you don't want to then you don't have to so stop making assumptions from a trailer.

    AYAN SINHAAYAN SINHA17 күн бұрын
    • Hahahaha

      ShenShen5 күн бұрын
    • Isn't the trailer supposed to get your interest in the show rather than repel you?

      Deevo037Deevo0377 күн бұрын
  • The actress is so adorable, i didn't notice how little personality aside from loving the Avengers her character has.

    Polina LeePolina Lee11 күн бұрын
  • I feel like Loki (and moon night) are the only Marvel shows I really liked. I found Ms. Marvel fun but it was definitely not my favorite show. Despite this I was still pretty defensive twords it up until the last episode. I also liked Wanda vision until the last two episodes and I liked Hawkeye... I have nothing bad to say about Hawkeye other than it kinda just faded into the background.

    Twisted WonderlandTwisted Wonderland19 күн бұрын
  • You know that Tony stark origin story was so good that I wanted to go watch the whole movie again while you described it.

    BloodaonAdelineBloodaonAdelineАй бұрын
  • I think a well-written hero needs to have some kind of struggle, where achieving a personal goal or obtaining some kind of power isn't easy and requires hard work and sacrifice.

    Nathan SeperNathan Seper4 ай бұрын
    • Not everything has to be this way, someone people just get the power and their journey of figuring out what to do with it is another compelling way of introducing a character.

      VmvVmv3 ай бұрын
    • @TungstenViper Yep!

      Nathan SeperNathan Seper3 ай бұрын
    • Booster Gold

      John SmithJohn Smith4 ай бұрын
    • @Gamemediafan 17 Yes, one of those.

      Graham DunnGraham Dunn4 ай бұрын
  • You are very wrong about ms marvel.

    Gregory D. BierlyGregory D. Bierly17 күн бұрын
    • WRONG

      nathaniel montoyanathaniel montoya5 күн бұрын
  • there is a slight truth in the criticism, but i’m pretty sure all the points you talked about are kinda missing the note, unfortunately.

    OussamaOussama9 күн бұрын
  • Ms marvel was surprisingly good

    Vitor FerreiraVitor Ferreira28 күн бұрын
  • How marvel went from awesome to total BS. Oh I know when they got owned by Disney.

    James HJames H2 ай бұрын
  • I never get tired of Thanos punting Carol across the field with that haymaker. Even in the Theatre my Mom cheered when it happened as well as half the audience.

    Wings of FreedomWings of Freedom4 ай бұрын
    • I cheered for a lot of Thanos moments. My theater went nuts when he threw a fucking moon at the Avengers. He was an amazing villain.

      Sy IN Ta XSy IN Ta X2 ай бұрын
    • All her fight scenes they couldve gave to Hulk but not woman empowerment, get it smh lol. They sold her like shes the strongest avenger when its between hulk and Thor, but not men are a joke so lets turn them into comedy relief lol

      89tilinfinity89tilinfinity2 ай бұрын
    • @Dimitris Kalergis your the one in the comments section ranting about how we should express our opinions. The only reason to be in this thread is of you care in the first place but you Iike speaking out of both sides of your mouth. I say what I say because I want too atleast I don't talk about a subject and then tell other people the subject isn't worth talking about at the same time.

      Wings of FreedomWings of Freedom2 ай бұрын
    • @Wings of Freedom Just cause they're valid doesn't mean its the word of the big one above to post them in some comment section. Okay, the fictional character is badly written, not p.c or is Jar Jar... So ?? Did the character leap off the screen and ate a puppy or something ??

      Dimitris KalergisDimitris Kalergis2 ай бұрын
    • @Dimitris Kalergis You'll stop hearing those complaints when they stop being valid your the one that chose to comment

      Wings of FreedomWings of Freedom2 ай бұрын
  • When I saw the trailer, I felt like it was more of an attempt to cash in on the woke culture with a minority protagonist than an earnest attempt to showcase a great story that is about a superhero who is brown

    I HlI Hl7 күн бұрын
    • cool that you saw the trailer. it's a great story and series actually. it is based on successful comics, that are almost a decade old now.

      PB. J.PB. J.5 күн бұрын
  • LOL, this video has 1.5 million views now haha. I was sad they were going to ruin Ms. Marvel...can't believe they actually ruined a character that was already pretty This is what Francis recently pointed out "oh my problem is that I'm a woman." Never thought about how a lot of the new woman characters are "perfect people" yet the male characters remain relatable because they have character flaws. Comedy sometimes has some truth to it.

    Intelligent DiscussionIntelligent Discussion2 ай бұрын
  • yeah it do be true but i feel like the whole idea behind kamala was to 'capture the audience of teenage girls' cuz thats the untapped marvel market i feel like they wanted to have a go at, ya know instead of justin biber posters on girls walls - kamala. she kinda is 'average teenage girl' - so if judged on that merit - yeah they did pretty good job on portraying a bland 'average jane'. not sure about capturing their target audience. but back on point - i dont feel like all marvel stuff has to be 'mature', there's room for silly and bland - just as long as you are not expecting it to blow up like say iron man/avengers - its fine. ripping on this show is like ripping on buffy the vampire slayer - its the same thing and the same target audience ;)

    tutorial bosstutorial bossАй бұрын
  • I'm gonna keep it real with this the thing is they failed at creating a good adaptation of ms mavel 's character in hindsight But you can't blame for some of your knowledge not being seen cause hes on modern day here so all I'm saying is thit is the adaptation is meh but the common book is actually interesting in my opinion

    Samxx12Samxx12Ай бұрын
  • That line about female superheroes' struggle only being having to realize that they've always been totally awesome is really well put. It's such a hollow, narcissistic way to do character motivation.

    TobyToby4 ай бұрын
    • @Lubos Soltes Who are all these female superheroes you're talking about exactly ?

      WhateverReallyWhateverReally3 ай бұрын
    • I can't even being to imagine how people would treat Captain America if it were a female character. The whole MCU is centered around a character who is literally perfect in every way and I never saw anyone have a problem with it. Also Captain Marvel's struggle is literally realising she was on the wrong side of a fucking genocide. Did you guys even see the movie ? And I'm pretty sure she's the only character you're even referring to.

      WhateverReallyWhateverReally3 ай бұрын
    • @Epic Music Moon Knight is pretty weird.

      Giant HandGiant Hand3 ай бұрын
    • Hollow, narcissistic characters for the hollow narcissists that make them.

      Justice for Yellow Van!Justice for Yellow Van!4 ай бұрын
    • I don't think that's the point of female superheroes . Being a female myself, i enjoyed when scarlet witch is in her element. It's not about narcissism. Well maybe in a way all superheros are narcissistic but that's why we love em

      Randomly swatchingRandomly swatching4 ай бұрын
  • Thank you for putting words to why I couldn’t get into this show

    Mara JacksonMara JacksonАй бұрын
  • Hawkeye, while not amazing, is the least "woke" series they have released in a while. In my opinion the only series worth a watch.

    Be HumanBe Human2 ай бұрын
  • I’ll be the first to admit that I didn’t really enjoy Ms. Marvel. HOWEVER, I think your argument style is pretty flawed in general. I will say that your “4 things” that make a good superhero does have some merit. Number 2 and 4 are legitimate problems with the show. Her powers aren’t that unique and are not well defined, and the external threat is a little unclear in the show, so I’ll give you that much. But you’re number 1 & 3 points are garbage arguments. You’re also judging an entire show off of a single trailer. While a trailer can and should give a good glimpse into the story, it does seem a little unfair to me to make an entire video essay pretending to know everything about the show without even watching it. 1) Compelling origin story: You can’t really tell from the trailer so instead you pull from comic-book wikis just to point out that she isn’t the first person to hold the mantle of Ms. Marvel. I’m not really sure what you were trying to prove with this point. Miles Morales is not the first person to hold the Spider-Man mantle, but he can clearly still be a compelling character as seen in Into the Spider-verse. Also her comic origins are not super consistent with the show, and the show does not follow the same Captain Marvel logic from the comics, so your argument doesn't even apply here. 3) Internal struggles: You talk about how Tony is a flawed man that is an arrogant ass-hole who has done a lot of bad in the world, and that this makes him a good character because he internally struggles with this. But when you analyze Ms. Marvel, her flaws like being self-absorbed or wanting to be famous/popular, all things normal teenagers “struggle” with you completely overlook? How are these not internal struggles? In the show you can see how her overconfidence and negligence with her powers can have real consequences. This provides an internal struggle. Just because a character’s internal struggles aren’t directly “relatable” to you, doesn’t mean they don’t exist. The double standard here is blatant. Also saying Steve Rogers is a better character because his intentions for wanting to be powerful came from the desire to help others doesn’t make any sense either. Steve Rogers is supposed to be unique in this way. Iron-Man struggles in his sequels with being arrogant again and egotistical after the extra fame he gets from revealing to the world that he is Iron-Man. This doesn’t make Iron-Man a bad character just because his main motivation isn’t pure of heart. So how is it fair for you to say that Ms. Marvel is objectively a “bad character”. She isn’t a bad character, she’s just a different character. Imagine how boring Marvel would be if every hero was just like Steve Rogers. No, we have characters with questionable morals and motivations because it makes it more interesting. One of the reasons Iron-Man and Cap work so well together is because of how DIFFERENT their philosophies are. Again, I’m not saying you’re completely wrong. I didn’t even like the show myself, but I can’t ignore how bad some of your arguments are from a logical standpoint.

    Jordan JeeJordan Jee6 күн бұрын
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      • Stewie2k• Stewie2k6 күн бұрын
  • You really should have waited until the finale of this show came out to actually say something.

    DAD5DracoDAD5Draco25 күн бұрын
    • So true

      Ramit TyagiRamit Tyagi13 күн бұрын
    • @Spiderwing Fury I can see that, but in my opinion it actually turned out pretty okay. I just read the comic, and for having to change powers and story points so they can adapt Secret Wars better, they did an good job adapting the material. Plus, it did a good job at showing the culture without feeling forced into the narrative. I just think this first look off the trailer is way too harsh.

      DAD5DracoDAD5Draco17 күн бұрын
    • You're joking right? This is well towards the lower end of the scale as the Marvel Shows have gone.

      Spiderwing FurySpiderwing Fury18 күн бұрын
  • honestly it would be great to see her start out as a self-serving, envious, jealous girl who first uses her powers for her own selfish benefits but over the course of the show slowly develops into a mature human being as she realizes the responsibility behind her being a superhero. but guess we’ll just have to see.

    pumkin patchworkpumkin patchwork3 ай бұрын
    • Sounds a little like the Shazam movie

      IsaacIsaac7 күн бұрын
    • @Peoplebutter no. Tropey and unoriginal. Hero is "normal". Discovers powers. Go through some tragedy or loss to "earn" them. Then fight a villian with similar powers This a slice of life story. The character is compelling due to her daily life experiences.

      MoxMox11 күн бұрын
    • @Mox good? Compelling? Interesting?

      PeoplebutterPeoplebutter11 күн бұрын
    • @ZooWeeMama they want every origin story to be the same as Captain America, Thor and Ironman

      MoxMox20 күн бұрын
  • I oddly always like the Inhumans, in the animated stuff they showed up in, I was always thought that the really odd and potentially seriously dangerous powers were quite cool. Obviously the Inhuman show wasn't great, but it was cool to see Black Bolt in Multiverse of Madness. And I liked Ms. Marvel in the few comics I read, so I wish they kept her an Inhuman rather than magic bracelet girl.

    Dr. AddermanDr. Adderman28 күн бұрын
    • @Dr. Adderman The bracelet unlocked it sure, but the source is herself.

      OoXLR8oOOoXLR8oO24 күн бұрын
    • @Michel De Bruyn You got me there, I just like the Inhumans more than what we got.

      Dr. AddermanDr. Adderman28 күн бұрын
    • @Michel De Bruyn Yes, I suppose you're right, but is it not the bracelet that even allows her to use her powers?

      Dr. AddermanDr. Adderman28 күн бұрын
    • She's absolutely not a magical bracelet girl. That was a red herring. Her powers are very much her own. She's something way more interesting than an Inhuman.

      Michel De BruynMichel De Bruyn28 күн бұрын
  • When you realize these newer characters are going to stay in the MCU for the rest of its life. . .

    Domical425Domical425Ай бұрын
  • I thought I was the only one thinking that… how does anyone know who captain marvel is? Not only in the MCU but also in real life….lol In the trailer they make it seem like captain marvel is something to aspire to lol

    MindJack1010MindJack10102 ай бұрын
  • You have some good points but I think you're a bit negative I recommend watching the entire series before you judge it you can't judge a show based on the trailer

    Hell BlazeHell BlazeАй бұрын
    • Yeah he made this 3 months before it even ended so he really should’ve waited to make a review on this

      KarsynBKarsynB26 күн бұрын
  • One frustrating thing about the character of Kamala Kahn is that "Wants to be a super hero so she can be popular" could be a great start for a teenage hero. It is a motivation that many of us felt at a younger age, but it only works as the flaw that a hero will eventually overcome. Imagine if the story played on her selfish desire and in her attempts to do great things in a flashy "Superhero" way she only makes things worse, and eventually falls into despair realizing that her goals can't be achieved as quickly or as easily as she wants. Then after soul searching and training herself to improve her powers, she finds that she enjoys being a hero even if it doesn't bring her adulation. Instead, she finds joy in making the world a better place and serving as an example to others; as Captain Marvel was (assumedly) an example to her. The problem is that I don't think Disney would write that story. It would portray Kamala as petty and flawed at the start of her story, someone who needs to improve herself to become the hero she wants to be. All Disney can seem to write about now is characters who are very powerful and their journey is simply to prove that power to the world at large. Which is sad because a story about a character learning to understanding their own personality and improve its flaws would actually be a unique story that might resonate with the struggles of the youth market that Disney want to speak to with this show.

    Matt ModisetteMatt Modisette4 ай бұрын
    • @Tanya Trammel a far better motive at least

      Aadi ShajAadi Shaj4 ай бұрын
    • @Sebastian Cavanaugh one thing to be careful of going forward thou of, if Ms marvel does poorly or even does less than spiderman they will blame it on men, males, Misogyny or some shit. When in reality I'm 36 and spiderman is old af, his nostalgia and I was reading his cosmics, watching his cartoons and playing his Sega mega drive game without a save port when I was young. I have none of that with Ms marvel. She represents everything of the woke sjw generation. I watched scarlet witch. I'll watch a Jean grey movie or show.

      Anime is ArtAnime is Art4 ай бұрын
    • now that sounds like a good show

      Renato ERenato E4 ай бұрын
    • Perfectly stated. Thank you.

      SAROJA BandSAROJA Band4 ай бұрын
    • None of the teenagers I know, myself included, desire to be "popular". Out of all things to possibly want that's probably the least useful thing

      Sebastian CavanaughSebastian Cavanaugh4 ай бұрын
  • I still have a bad taste in my mouth after how they tried to force Ms. Marvel onto fans so hard in the Avengers video game. So this is gonna be a hard no for me 🤷🏾‍♂️

    MC YoungBullMC YoungBull2 ай бұрын
  • 1:01 The ENTIRE MCU is filled with heroes we've never heard before. All that matters is that the characters are compelling, and the storires well written 5:12 This is a little preachy don't you think? It seems like they are pandering to kids

    Yun LeungYun Leung2 ай бұрын
  • This dudes main criticisms show a major hole in his own writing style his idea of a protagonist is literally one set of character traits with no deviations

    GnarrcanGnarrcan7 күн бұрын