This article might contain spoilers from Ms. Marvel finale episode
Ms. Marvel finale brought a conclusion to Kamala Khan’s superhero story and fans seemed to have a mixed response to it. However, many embraced Kamala Khan having a back from her community people, and family. The finale brought a sense of camaraderie that reminded people of Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man movie and how the people saved him even after knowing his identity.
How fans related Ms. Marvel to Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man
Unexpectedly, Kamala Khan’s mother accepted that her daughter is “Ms. Marvel” without any fuss. Later, in the end, her father also acknowledged Kamala and called her Ms. Marvel which won the hearts of many.
The #MsMarvel Finale gave me HEAVY Raimi Spider-Man vibes. I absolutely love when superhero films make the city/community it’s own character. Seeing Kamala’s impact on her community within the show is soo wholesome! pic.twitter.com/hbennT1Oi3— Matt Ramos (@therealsupes) July 13, 2022
“They wanted the reader to be able to see themselves in the pages”, a fan talked about the decision of making Ms. Marvel like Spider-Man.
When Stan & Steve came up with the idea for Peter Parker/Spidey, they wanted the reader to be able to see themselves in the pages. And Kamala Khan was created with the same intent. But this time for young women of colour and I'm sure many others who didn't felt seen. Love this.— Meanwhile Back On The Podcast 🎙️ (@Meanwhile_pod) July 13, 2022
Fans are all in applause for the scene when everyone surrounder Ms. Marvel to escape from the officials of Damage Control.
A fan appraised the culture depicted in the series and said, “The culture and character dynamics were the best part”
The culture and character dynamics were the best part of this show. Just weirdly enough, the superhero stuff was the weakest. Villains were terrible, action was only okay, the plot wasn't particularly engaging and the power change still feels unjustified.— Rayman (@KhaosKontroller) July 13, 2022
“I love how we have more representation in the MCU” a fan tweeted while talking about the South-Asian representation in the MCU.
Ms.Marvel has reached the top five for me personally as one of my favorite finale endings and post credit scenes.This show was so good and I love how we have more representation in the MCU #MsMarvel— Kyle Swift (@kingofmarvel08) July 13, 2022
Mutants in the MCU
Ever since Professor Charles Xavier made his short appearance in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, fans wanted to explore more about “Mutants” in the MCU. In the last scenes of the episodes, Bruno Carrelli told Kamala Khan that he detected a “mutation” in her genes that other humans do not possess.
The icing on the cake was Captain Marvel’s appearance in the end credit scenes. While we can wait for “The Marvels” which is scheduled for 28 July 2023, all episodes of Ms. Marvel are streaming on Disney+