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Why Agents of SHIELD’s Quake should return as Ms. Marvel’s mentor

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Kamala Khan, also known as Ms. Marvel since its inception, is under her wings by several experienced superheroes. When she was exiled, Iron Man took care of Kamala and helped her when her father was sick. He also got close to his icon Captain Marvel, who allowed Kamala to use his former nickname. However, before she met one of them, Kamala learned of an inhuman inheritance from the inner queen Medusa. This relationship hasn’t returned to the game for a long time, but it was an important part of Kamala’s origin.

As Miss Marvel beats Disney+, Kamala may need someone to show everything she needs to start her debut. It has already been confirmed that he will appear in Captain Marvel II with role model Carol Danvers, but it would be nice if Kamala touched her inhuman roots.  Nevertheless, the ideal non-human mentor may already exist in MCU: Daisy Johnson (also known as SHIELD Shiver).

Agents of SHIELD’s Quake should return as Ms. Marvel’s mentor

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Prior to the infinite short-lived work, the term Johnson was introduced as Inhuman as SHIELD’s agent when Johnson acquired Terrigenesis and discovered its true origin. She struggled with her own strength at first, but Johnson accepted her identity inhumanly.

After conversion, he continued to help others and promoted their rights whenever the opportunity came. Medusa and the rest of the royalty might get a decent MCU reboot someday, but it can be a bit difficult to switch to a series that already introduces a whole new character. Conversely, Johnson’s backstage is firmly rooted in SHIELD’s seven seasons, and her biography makes her an ideal candidate for mentoring someone who is not as human as Kamala.

In addition to their collaboration with The Secret Warriors in 2017, Shiver and Miss Marvel also appeared in the Marvel Rising animated series. Also, Johnson’s living roots are very similar to the origins of Kamala’s comic books. Johnson was introduced as a young computer hacker who saw the Avengers and looked for other powers. After joining SHIELD, she was betrayed by Grant Ward, who was interested in her love. She turned out to be Hydra’s birthplace. Also, Johnson had no knowledge of Inhuman prior to Terrigenesis.

Likewise, Kamala is a teenage girl she loved long before she became a superhero. She didn’t realize she was inhuman until she was changed. Finally, one of her first boyfriends, Kamran, turned out to be working with an evil group of non-human beings who plan to overthrow the Medusa Queen. Depending on how close they are to the source material, Johnson can see a lot of his young self in Kamala and can help you navigate the same experience.

Actor Rish Shah will play the role of Kamran, so it seems that Marvel will introduce this non-folk arc on the show. If Kamran is not intended to overthrow the inhuman monarchy, he can instead oppose some shady installations and their agents.

There is no guarantee that the former Living Undead will appear in the series, but Johnson is a superhero fan that fans love to see. Many S.H.I.E.L.D. Fans are still looking forward to Quake’s side effects, or hoping she meets Nick Fury to start S.W.O.R.D.’s agent, but it could be another great way to get the character back. There has been a lot of debate about whether SHIELD agents can still be part of the MCU standard. Still, Johnson is a great superhero who can be a great mentor for Kamala.

Directed by Adil El Arbi and Bilal Fallah, Mira Menon and Sharmin Obeid-Chinoy. Marvel is Kamala Khan/Ms Marvel in the role of Iman Vellani. Marvel, Aramis Knight, Saagar Sheikh, Rish Shah, Zenobia Shroff, Mohan Kapoor, Matt Linz, Yasmin Fletcher, Leith Nucky, Ager Usman, Travina Springer and Nimra Booch. The series is scheduled to air on Disney+ at the end of 2021.