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Ms. Marvel's epilogue actually sets up an intriguing dynamic for The Marvels to explore. The very fact that CaptainMarvel is an intergalactic Avenger who saves the galaxy is what will alienate Carol from Kamala. Danvers may not want to be Kamala's mentor, at first, but CaptainMarvel is undeniably one of the most experienced superheroes in the MCU who has been protecting other planets and fighting alien despots for decades. In contrast, Kamala is a Captain Marvel-loving kid from Jersey City who has grand idealism but very little practical experience. Although, upon discovering her origins, Ms. Marvel has found she is linked to mysterious parts of the greater MCU, including the fact that Kamala may well be a mutant. Yet Carol may not initially enjoy having a young partner who styles herself as a "Marvel."
It will also be interesting how Kamala's bangle, which gives Ms. Marvel her superpowers, ties into Shang-Chi's (Simu Liu) Ten Rings. Before Carol unexpectedly popped up in Ms. Marvel, she and Bruce Banner (Mark Ruffalo) were alerted to the cosmic nature of the Ten Rings by Wong (Benedict Wong) at the end of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Ms. Marvel's bangle might be connected, but then there's also the potential for The Marvels to fully open the door to the X-Men and mutants in the MCU. But all of those big ideas aside, the core of The Marvels will be how Carol Danvers and Kamala Khan interact and relate to each other, and their team-up could prove to be challenging for both heroes who call themselves Marvels.
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