Celebrating the end Mrs. Marvelmanagers Adel Al-Arabi and Bilal Falah They talked about Kamala changing her powers from comics to TV series.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly Falah said so Kevin Feige You never wanted to be like the powers that be in the comics:
First of all, Kevin didn’t want to make a literal transfer of what was in the comics. It is an adaptation. We started with the idea of using “bright light” and from there we started to create that power, while still honoring what is in comedy. In the comics, at first she couldn’t control it. It makes her body bigger and bigger, which is a good metaphor for being a teenager. But by the end of the storyboard, I was really able to control it. So, we created the same thing. At first, she couldn’t control it, and step by step, the more I got to know her story, she became Miss Marvel. In the last episode, she got that big hit of a harsh light that can destroy things, and in the end she became herself.
Elaraby added that they also had to celebrate one of the most important parts of the comedy, the expansion:
Zoom is one of the most important words in comedy, so we quickly realized we needed our version eventually.
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