LAHORE: Marvel Comics has made a shocking revelation that Ms. Marvel, a beloved character, will meet her end in an upcoming comic book.
Scheduled for release on May 31, Spider-Man #26 will depict a heroic mission where Ms. Marvel and Spider-Man join forces to save the world, culminating in her courageous sacrifice.
Ms. Marvel, whose real name is Kamala Khan, made her debut in 2014 as the comic’s first Muslim superhero. Her standalone comic series garnered significant acclaim, and she also appeared in the Captain Marvel comic in 2013.
To honor the fallen hero, Marvel Studios has decided to pay tribute with a special comic titled Fallen Friend: The Death of Ms. Marvel, which is set to hit the shelves in July.
“The heart of the Marvel Universe has stopped beating. Now join the other heroes of the Marvel Universe, the creators of Ms. Marvel, and comic fans everywhere in honoring and remembering one of Marvel’s brightest stars,” Marvel said in a release.
The news of Ms. Marvel’s demise has taken many fans by surprise, particularly as The Marvels, a project featuring the character, is scheduled for release in November.
Fans have expressed their disappointment and frustration on social media, criticizing the decision to kill off Marvel’s sole Muslim superhero.