When does Ms Marvel end? The sixth and final episode of Ms. Marvel dropped on Disney Plus last week, bringing Kamala Khan’s first adventure (and the seventh Marvel Cinematic Universe TV show) to a close, with a cool new twist on her comic book origin and the usual post-credits surprise. The finale catches up with Kamala (Iman Vellani) after last week’s emotional trip to the past and her mom (Zenobia Shroff) accepting that her daughter has superpowers.
Underused villain and Clandestine leader Najma (Nimra Bucha) sacrificed herself to close the Veil of Noor, cutting off the dangerous portal to her home dimension. She had abandoned and renounced her son Kamran (Rish Shah), but transferred her powers to him in her final moments.
Back home in Jersey City, Kamran seeks refuge with Kamala’s super smart best friend Bruno Carrelli (Matt Lintz). Their heart-to-heart is interrupted by a drone sent by the Department of Damage Control, which is hunting people with powers. Kamran destroys it using his powers, but the Circle Q convenience store is blown up in the process.
Let’s harness our cosmic SPOILER powers and dive into the finale. This show takes place in the period after Avengers: Endgame and part of Phase 4 of the MCU.
When does Ms Marvel end?
The final episode of Ms Marvel was finally released on Disney Plus on Wednesday 13th July 2022 and brought the first season to a close.
The instalment saw Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani) face the fight of her life as she tried to save the lives of her friends and do her family proud.
However, there were some major twists for Kamala’s superpower origins and also a surprise cameo in the finale.
Here is everything you need to know about the Ms Marvel ending.
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The Secret Is Out: Kamala Is A Superhero
At the end of Episode 5, Kamala ends up revealing to her mother and grandmother (played by Zenobia Shroff and Samina Ahmad, respectively) that she is the new superhero that has been making the trending pages of every social media site.
Rolling right into the last episode of the season, Kamala tells the rest of her family only to find out that they already had the big reveal given to them via the “classic Khan gossip train” style. Despite this, the family is supportive of her new life, though they show concern over her safety. Interrupting the family meeting, Nakia (Yasmeen Fletcher) calls in to update Kamala that Bruno is in trouble.
Ms. Marvel Gets Her Signature Outfit
In a heartwarming parallel to the scene in Episode 1, Kamala’s mother interrupts her attempts to call Bruno (played by Matt Lintz) to give her a new outfit. Unlike the culturally unique Hulk outfit presented in the first episode, this outfit, in her own words, “feels a bit more like (Kamala).” The mask now has its matching counterpart and thus the titular Ms. Marvel outfit is finally given its debut. Now all that is left is to replace the name of “Night Light.” But before names can be changed, bigger problems must be solved…
Once Again, Damage Control Oversteps Their Boundaries
With Kamran now possessing powers that he doesn’t necessarily know how to use, Damage Control is right on his tail in an attempt to capture the teen before he can cause harm to others. They attempt to find him hiding in the mosque in a scene that once again gives an unfortunately realistic take on how the government can treat Muslims in their own places of worship.
They attempt to give a thorough sweep of the mosque but find themselves empty-handed. As Kamran and Bruno are about to make their escape, they are given words of wisdom from Sheikh Abdullah (played by Laith Nakli): “Remember, just because someone treats you as their enemy doesn’t give you the right to treat them as yours.” This message has impact as we just saw how he puts it into effect in his own life. When Damage Control arrives at the mosque, he is peaceful without being cooperative.
Everyone’s Favorite Character Makes a Return…Zoe?
Now at the school, Kamala and her friends find themselves surrounded by Damage Control. While attempting to figure out how to get Kamran to the harbor to meet up with Kareem (Aramis Knight) in Pakistan, Zoe (Laurel Marsden) reveals herself stating that the theater is where she films her TikToks, and more importantly that she knew Kamala was “Night Light” but kept it secret for Kamala’s safety.
Shortly after this unification, Aamir (Saagar Shaikh) also joins the group, and a plan unfolds. Damage Control units enter the building against orders given by upper management, and they’re swiftly tricked and confused by the gang’s scheme. Unfortunately, things get a little more difficult when Kamran demands to know where his mother is.
We Get To See What Kamala Could Have Become
Kamran is still very new to his powers at this point, and it is clear that he does not have a good control over them. While his abilities show some form of similarity to that of Kamala’s, his hard light particles are much more sporadic and sharper, and his attempts to use them offensively on Damage Control agents results in Kamala having to interfere.
The news of his mother’s death gives him a new sense of strength in his rage, and his alliance with Kamala is brought to a sudden end. Though not necessarily enemies, he makes it clear that he is going to confront Damage Control directly with intent to cause harm. Kamala manages to stop both sides from harming one another, with the confrontation leading to her finding newfound control over her powers.
Kamran and Kamala speak momentarily when they are secured within a dome of Kamala’s creation. Kamran insists that the two of them will never be accepted in this world, but Kamala counters that his mother gave her life so that he may have a chance to live in the world around him. She also tells him, “There is no normal. There is just us, and what we do with what we’ve been given.”
Kamala then makes a tunnel for Kamran to escape through, and the community unifies to protect her from Damage Control in an unprecedented act of defiance over the agents. The lead agent, Deever (Alysia Reiner) is relieved of her duty and told to leave the scene immediately. The crowd cheers as Damage Control leaves with tails tucked between their legs and Kamala continues to be a superhero for Jersey City.
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