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  • Miles' circle of fellow superheroes who know of his double identity expands to include Kamala Khan, the fourth Ms. Marvel, and the former X-Man Fabio Medina, a school roommate of Miles and Ganke.Miles Morales-Wikipedia
  • In the 2015 comic book Ms. Marvel #18 by Marvel Comics, the supervillain Kamran is derisively referred to by Kamala Khan's older brother, Aamir, as "that walking Brooks Brothers franchise."Brooks Brothers-Wikipedia
  • At her home in Jersey City, teenage Inhuman Kamala Khan discovers damaged video footage apparently revealing Tarleton locking Captain America in the reactor room before it exploded.Marvel's Avengers (video game)-Wikipedia
  • In February 2019, Larson expressed interest in including the character Kamala Khan / Ms. Marvel in a sequel.Captain Marvel (film)-Wikipedia
  • Eddie is then dropped by Knull into the symbiote-covered streets below as Captain America, Daredevil, Doctor Strange, Iron Fist, Ms. Marvel, Storm, and Thing are possessed by the Symbiotes.King in Black-Wikipedia
  • The plot follows Inhuman teenager Kamala Khan, who gains superpowers during A-Day, a celebratory day for the Avengers, which ends in tragedy following a terrorist attack.Marvel's Avengers (video game)-Wikipedia

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