I watched the first two episodes. It's...fine. I'm clearly not the target audience and I've never read a comic with Kamala Khan, so I'm not remotely invested. Which is fine. Good for them for doing something to expand their representation.
It's still better than Moon Knight or the incredibly dire What If?
You should... it's really good Teen superheroing. The fact that Kamala is representing a group that doesn't ever get portrayed in comics really adds to it... while I can't personally relate to that stuff, it rings really true.
Watched the finale with Mrs. MRP this evening and thoroughly enjoyed it and the series overall.
Watched this with my crew last night. Disney/Marvel definitely did this one right, creating something that appealed to both of my daughters as well as something that my wife and I could really get into.
Even though it wasn’t aimed at me, Ms. Marvel may be my second-favorite D+ show. I still like Hawkeye just a little bit more, but I think this surpassed Falcon and Winter Soldier for the next slot down on the list.
"As a youngin' I used to share the colt 45 on the street corners with my friends. I'm not proud." - icctrombone
"An empire toppled by its enemies can rise again. But one which crumbles from within? That's dead. Forever." - Baron Helmut Zemo
The fact that there is a Highway to Hell but only a Stairway to Heaven should tell us all we need to know about expected future traffic.
My mother asked, "Are you still here?" as we finished packing the car to take me to the Univ of Illinois.
She also seemed to sign the waiver for me to start NROTC (I was 17 until after the semester started) pretty fast.
So, to paraphrase Bobby Heenan, "Your parents ran away from home."
Yeah, I had an inkling when something was up when they started measuring my room, for remodeling, 6 months before I graduated high school!
Just kidding. The U of I was only 90 minutes away from home. However, due to economic necessity, we learned to be self sufficient at a relatively young age, though we had neighbors available in an emergency, in our small town.