Marvel Releases Brand New ‘Ms. Marvel’ Poster
With the series now just a month away, Marvel has released a brand new Ms. Marvel poster to celebrate its impending arrival on Disney+.
Marvel’s latest series, Moon Knight, is just a day away from its final episode, as the phenomenally well-received story has been among the best projects released for Marvel’s lauded Phase Four so far.
That series is quickly coming to an end, and it allows all of us to turn an eye toward what’s next for the MCU, as we celebrate the impending arrival of one of Marvel’s favorite heroes ever.
To celebrate just a month until the series debuts on Disney+, Marvel releases a brand new Ms. Marvel poster that honors the character’s Muslim American heritage and the current Islamic holiday!
May this Eid bring strength, love, and light. #EidMubarak
Ms. Marvel, an Original series from Marvel Studios, starts streaming June 8 on @DisneyPlus. 🎨 by @shehzilm pic.twitter.com/kUFxFdj16P
— Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) May 2, 2022
The series will follow the character of Kamala Khan, a beloved Marvel hero who is among the most popular comic book characters in the current landscape, as she navigates her life as a Muslim American girl from New Jersey…who just so happens to get superpowers.
Iman Vellani is bringing the endearing young hero to life, as the first trailer points to the Marvel-obsessed young person having to balance a normal life and her newfound superpowers.
The brand new Ms. Marvel poster which was designed by artist Shehzil Malik displays Eid and Arabic symbols that celebrate the current Eid Mubarak and honor the character’s connection to the Mulsim holiday.
The poster displays a Ms. Marvel whose hand displays a Henna/ Mendhi design on her open palm, with the crescent moon and stars symbols of Islam.
Posted to the series’ official Ms. Marvel Twitter account, was posted with the caption that stated, “May this Eid bring strength, love, and light. #EidMubarak.”
It continued by stating, “Ms. Marvel, an original series from Marvel Studios, starts streaming June 8 on @DisneyPlus.”
We cannot wait to see what comes from this brand new series, and the MCU Debut of Kamala Khan’s Ms. Marvel