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Ms. Marvel Season One 


I am thankful we had the $1.99 month of Disney+ so I could watch Ms. Marvel Season One. I really hope Disney starts releasing this MCU shows on DVD and Blu-ray in the near future. Iman Vellani does a wonderful job of portraying Kamala Khan in Ms. Marvel Season One. She has one of those infectious smiles that speaks volumes to her life experiences. She is obviously loving life and what she is doing. There are six episodes in Ms. Marvel Season One. They are around fifty minutes each. That counts recap, intro, and credits. The ending credits of the last episode had some interesting things in it. There will be spoilers in this review.

Ms. Marvel Season One actually taught me something historically I did not know about. When India won its independence from Great Britain it split into two countries. Pakistan was set up for the Muslims. The rest of India was Hindu. I looked this up and found out that what was referenced in Ms. Marvel Season One is based in our reality. I thought that was pretty neat. It is always interesting to hear about events from the past. Ms. Marvel Season One does a really good job of educating the public to this event and how Muslims felt about it.

I am not from a Muslim home so I cannot speak to how accurate the portrayal of mosques are in Ms. Marvel Season One. I did some research and there is debate on the Internet about how accurate the Muslim characters are in Ms. Marvel Season One. I will leave it there and let you come to your own conclusion. There are snipes at the government and the typical Hollyhate opinion about how persecuted Muslims are in America. I have not experienced that nor have I had any real honest genuine Muslims tell me that is happening. I leave the door open to the possibility.

The issues families could have with Ms. Marvel Season One are violence, blood, bad language, racism, enticement to lust, lack of attire, promotion of sexual deviancy, magic, aliens and more. I do love how the mother in Ms. Marvel Season One wanted to keep her daughter safe, especially from boys that would abuse her. It is a bit strange the mother was so worried about American boys, but not the Pakistan boys. I found that really odd. The daughter does rebellious things like sneak out in Ms. Marvel Season One.

There is an interesting concept within Ms. Marvel Season One that I have heard from Hollyhate before - "I want to see people like me doing that." My experiences with that in the real world is it starts that way and then goes to: "I only want to see people like me," and winds up discriminating against others based on race. The other problem is what if everyone says that? How do you placate everyone? Is there some massively long list of different kinds of people where every box has to be checked? What about hiring the best people for that job?

Ms. Marvel Season One introduces the Djinn to the MCU. They seemed really powerful at first but were pretty easy to kill off. The last two may not have actually died though. I was not clear on that. Is that how someone traverses between the dimensions? The time travel element was cool within Ms. Marvel Season One where Kamala saves her grandmother. The whole mutation part made me think of the X-Men. I enjoyed most of my time with Ms. Marvel Season One.
- Paul


Graphics: 65%
Sound: 65%
Replay/Extras: 60%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 65%

System: Disney+
Publisher: Disney
Developer: Marvel Studios
Rating: ‘TV-14’ – FOURTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Action Adventure Fantasy Sci-Fi Violence}

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