sarah531:

blue-author:

stochasticjack:

bibulb:

yourtickettothemultiverse:

Kamala Khan + Positive experiences about her culture/religion
This is so important, in my opinion. Because it’d be very easy for Marvel to have a Muslim character rebelling against a traditionalist culture and just putting it as retrograde or closed off… but instead we see Kamala slowly learning the balance between who she wants to be and what she believes in… and we get to see how her believes have shaped her into the hero she now is.

I’d been sold on this series since Issue 1, but that last sequence there just blew me away. It’d have been so easy for Marvel to have made it “common authority figures BAD”, and instead gave everyone human voices. 

This this this.

Not to distract from the above commentary, but I am really in love with “Good is not a thing you are. It’s a thing you do.”


It’s up there with ‘With great power comes great responsibility’ for me.
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sarah531:

blue-author:

stochasticjack:

bibulb:

yourtickettothemultiverse:

Kamala Khan + Positive experiences about her culture/religion
This is so important, in my opinion. Because it’d be very easy for Marvel to have a Muslim character rebelling against a traditionalist culture and just putting it as retrograde or closed off… but instead we see Kamala slowly learning the balance between who she wants to be and what she believes in… and we get to see how her believes have shaped her into the hero she now is.

I’d been sold on this series since Issue 1, but that last sequence there just blew me away. It’d have been so easy for Marvel to have made it “common authority figures BAD”, and instead gave everyone human voices. 

This this this.

Not to distract from the above commentary, but I am really in love with “Good is not a thing you are. It’s a thing you do.”


It’s up there with ‘With great power comes great responsibility’ for me.
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sarah531:

blue-author:

stochasticjack:

bibulb:

yourtickettothemultiverse:

Kamala Khan + Positive experiences about her culture/religion
This is so important, in my opinion. Because it’d be very easy for Marvel to have a Muslim character rebelling against a traditionalist culture and just putting it as retrograde or closed off… but instead we see Kamala slowly learning the balance between who she wants to be and what she believes in… and we get to see how her believes have shaped her into the hero she now is.

I’d been sold on this series since Issue 1, but that last sequence there just blew me away. It’d have been so easy for Marvel to have made it “common authority figures BAD”, and instead gave everyone human voices. 

This this this.

Not to distract from the above commentary, but I am really in love with “Good is not a thing you are. It’s a thing you do.”


It’s up there with ‘With great power comes great responsibility’ for me.
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sarah531:

blue-author:

stochasticjack:

bibulb:

yourtickettothemultiverse:

Kamala Khan + Positive experiences about her culture/religion
This is so important, in my opinion. Because it’d be very easy for Marvel to have a Muslim character rebelling against a traditionalist culture and just putting it as retrograde or closed off… but instead we see Kamala slowly learning the balance between who she wants to be and what she believes in… and we get to see how her believes have shaped her into the hero she now is.

I’d been sold on this series since Issue 1, but that last sequence there just blew me away. It’d have been so easy for Marvel to have made it “common authority figures BAD”, and instead gave everyone human voices. 

This this this.

Not to distract from the above commentary, but I am really in love with “Good is not a thing you are. It’s a thing you do.”


It’s up there with ‘With great power comes great responsibility’ for me.
Zoom Info
sarah531:

blue-author:

stochasticjack:

bibulb:

yourtickettothemultiverse:

Kamala Khan + Positive experiences about her culture/religion
This is so important, in my opinion. Because it’d be very easy for Marvel to have a Muslim character rebelling against a traditionalist culture and just putting it as retrograde or closed off… but instead we see Kamala slowly learning the balance between who she wants to be and what she believes in… and we get to see how her believes have shaped her into the hero she now is.

I’d been sold on this series since Issue 1, but that last sequence there just blew me away. It’d have been so easy for Marvel to have made it “common authority figures BAD”, and instead gave everyone human voices. 

This this this.

Not to distract from the above commentary, but I am really in love with “Good is not a thing you are. It’s a thing you do.”


It’s up there with ‘With great power comes great responsibility’ for me.
Zoom Info
sarah531:

blue-author:

stochasticjack:

bibulb:

yourtickettothemultiverse:

Kamala Khan + Positive experiences about her culture/religion
This is so important, in my opinion. Because it’d be very easy for Marvel to have a Muslim character rebelling against a traditionalist culture and just putting it as retrograde or closed off… but instead we see Kamala slowly learning the balance between who she wants to be and what she believes in… and we get to see how her believes have shaped her into the hero she now is.

I’d been sold on this series since Issue 1, but that last sequence there just blew me away. It’d have been so easy for Marvel to have made it “common authority figures BAD”, and instead gave everyone human voices. 

This this this.

Not to distract from the above commentary, but I am really in love with “Good is not a thing you are. It’s a thing you do.”


It’s up there with ‘With great power comes great responsibility’ for me.
Zoom Info
sarah531:

blue-author:

stochasticjack:

bibulb:

yourtickettothemultiverse:

Kamala Khan + Positive experiences about her culture/religion
This is so important, in my opinion. Because it’d be very easy for Marvel to have a Muslim character rebelling against a traditionalist culture and just putting it as retrograde or closed off… but instead we see Kamala slowly learning the balance between who she wants to be and what she believes in… and we get to see how her believes have shaped her into the hero she now is.

I’d been sold on this series since Issue 1, but that last sequence there just blew me away. It’d have been so easy for Marvel to have made it “common authority figures BAD”, and instead gave everyone human voices. 

This this this.

Not to distract from the above commentary, but I am really in love with “Good is not a thing you are. It’s a thing you do.”


It’s up there with ‘With great power comes great responsibility’ for me.
Zoom Info
sarah531:

blue-author:

stochasticjack:

bibulb:

yourtickettothemultiverse:

Kamala Khan + Positive experiences about her culture/religion
This is so important, in my opinion. Because it’d be very easy for Marvel to have a Muslim character rebelling against a traditionalist culture and just putting it as retrograde or closed off… but instead we see Kamala slowly learning the balance between who she wants to be and what she believes in… and we get to see how her believes have shaped her into the hero she now is.

I’d been sold on this series since Issue 1, but that last sequence there just blew me away. It’d have been so easy for Marvel to have made it “common authority figures BAD”, and instead gave everyone human voices. 

This this this.

Not to distract from the above commentary, but I am really in love with “Good is not a thing you are. It’s a thing you do.”


It’s up there with ‘With great power comes great responsibility’ for me.
Zoom Info
sarah531:

blue-author:

stochasticjack:

bibulb:

yourtickettothemultiverse:

Kamala Khan + Positive experiences about her culture/religion
This is so important, in my opinion. Because it’d be very easy for Marvel to have a Muslim character rebelling against a traditionalist culture and just putting it as retrograde or closed off… but instead we see Kamala slowly learning the balance between who she wants to be and what she believes in… and we get to see how her believes have shaped her into the hero she now is.

I’d been sold on this series since Issue 1, but that last sequence there just blew me away. It’d have been so easy for Marvel to have made it “common authority figures BAD”, and instead gave everyone human voices. 

This this this.

Not to distract from the above commentary, but I am really in love with “Good is not a thing you are. It’s a thing you do.”


It’s up there with ‘With great power comes great responsibility’ for me.
Zoom Info
sarah531:

blue-author:

stochasticjack:

bibulb:

yourtickettothemultiverse:

Kamala Khan + Positive experiences about her culture/religion
This is so important, in my opinion. Because it’d be very easy for Marvel to have a Muslim character rebelling against a traditionalist culture and just putting it as retrograde or closed off… but instead we see Kamala slowly learning the balance between who she wants to be and what she believes in… and we get to see how her believes have shaped her into the hero she now is.

I’d been sold on this series since Issue 1, but that last sequence there just blew me away. It’d have been so easy for Marvel to have made it “common authority figures BAD”, and instead gave everyone human voices. 

This this this.

Not to distract from the above commentary, but I am really in love with “Good is not a thing you are. It’s a thing you do.”


It’s up there with ‘With great power comes great responsibility’ for me.
Zoom Info

sarah531:

blue-author:

stochasticjack:

bibulb:

yourtickettothemultiverse:

Kamala Khan + Positive experiences about her culture/religion

This is so important, in my opinion. Because it’d be very easy for Marvel to have a Muslim character rebelling against a traditionalist culture and just putting it as retrograde or closed off… but instead we see Kamala slowly learning the balance between who she wants to be and what she believes in… and we get to see how her believes have shaped her into the hero she now is.

I’d been sold on this series since Issue 1, but that last sequence there just blew me away. It’d have been so easy for Marvel to have made it “common authority figures BAD”, and instead gave everyone human voices. 

This this this.

Not to distract from the above commentary, but I am really in love with “Good is not a thing you are. It’s a thing you do.”

It’s up there with ‘With great power comes great responsibility’ for me.