Marvel’s Kevin Feige has confirmed that Marvel has plans on developing a film based on Ms. Marvel, the Muslim super hero that was part of Marvel’s downturn into courting the Social Justice Warrior crowd over the last six years. According to Feige, her movie won’t arrive until after the cinematic universe establishes Captain Marvel, a character that’s set to debut in her own film at some point next year.
This was revealed in an interview with BBC, where Feige said…
“Captain Marvel right now is shooting right now with Brie Larson. Ms. Marvel, which is another character in the comic books, the Muslim hero who is inspired by Captain Marvel, is definitely sort of in the works. We have plans for that once we’ve introduced Captain Marvel to the world.”
Ms. Marvel is a controversial character because she represents agenda from the sociopolitical activists at Marvel who have been poorly writing characters designed to work as virtue signaling agitprop for topics such as Islam, LGBTQ issues, and racial diversity.
In fact, Marvel recently joined with NetEase to further push their racial diversity in the form of their new Chinese super hero, Lin Lie, who will be part of the Sword Master and Aero comic book.
Marvel was responsible for vetting the designs and writing out the storylines for the characters, while NetEase was responsible for influencing the story with traditional Chinese mythology and history, according to South China Morning Post.
This is Marvel’s attempt to tap the largely untapped super hero genre in China. The company is also desperate to maintain its course in still pushing diversity through its creation of new characters and stories.
However, the poor writing and the constant virtue signaling from Marvel’s staff has turned off many comic book readers. The awful sales eventually caught the attention of Marvel’s executives, which resulted in Marvel replacing the old editor-in-chief with the more forward-thinking C.B. Cebulski.
It appears that Marvel still wants both the cake and the ice cream, trying to turn around the awful sales and trying to inculcate their audience with the propaganda of diversity. It appears this time, however, they’re not only going to continue their diversity initiative with the comic books but they’re also going to start infiltrating the movies with their diversity agenda as well.