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18th Sep '17 12:07:42 PM RedRoverRedRover
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* AmazonianBeauty: Although her physique varies DependingOnTheArtist, she is a big woman who has large strong muscles, ripped broad shoulders, a very muscular yet voluptuous build for her body, and standing in at 5'11" and over 160 lbs. Frank Cho in particular makes her look like [[Franchise/StreetFighter Cammie]].

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* AmazonianBeauty: Although her physique varies DependingOnTheArtist, she is a big woman who has large strong muscles, ripped broad shoulders, a very muscular yet voluptuous build for her body, and standing in at 5'11" and over 160 lbs. Frank Cho in particular makes her look like [[Franchise/StreetFighter Cammie]].Cammy]].
1st Sep '17 10:18:45 AM JamesAustin
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'''Captain Marvel''' (formerly '''Ms. Marvel''') is a Creator/MarvelComics super heroine, DistaffCounterpart of (their version of) [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell Captain Marvel]]. Originally a supporting character in his series, Carol Danvers first appeared in ''Marvel Super-Heroes'' #13 (March, 1968). She was created by Roy Thomas and Gene Colan. She eventually gained her own series ''Ms. Marvel'' vol. 1, which lasted for 23 issues (January, 1977-April, 1979). She mostly appeared in team books ever since, returning to the spotlight with ''Ms. Marvel'' vol. 2, which lasted for 50 issues (May, 2006-April, 2010). After that she made regular appearances in team books again, until her third solo series was launched in 2012.

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'''Captain Marvel''' Captain Marvel (formerly '''Ms. Marvel''') Ms. Marvel) is a Creator/MarvelComics super heroine, DistaffCounterpart of (their version of) [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell Captain Marvel]]. Originally a supporting character in his series, Carol Danvers first appeared in ''Marvel Super-Heroes'' #13 (March, 1968). She was created by Roy Thomas and Gene Colan. She eventually gained her own series ''Ms. Marvel'' vol. 1, which lasted for 23 issues (January, 1977-April, 1979). She mostly appeared in team books ever since, returning to the spotlight with ''Ms. Marvel'' vol. 2, which lasted for 50 issues (May, 2006-April, 2010). After that she made regular appearances in team books again, until her third solo series was launched in 2012.
10th Aug '17 5:40:15 AM Manny20444
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* AmazonianBeauty: Although her physique varies DependingOnTheArtist, she is a big woman who has large strong muscles, ripped broad shoulders, a very voluptuous yet muscular build for her body, and standing in at 5'11" and over 160 lbs. Frank Cho in particular makes her look like [[Franchise/StreetFighter Cammie]].

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* AmazonianBeauty: Although her physique varies DependingOnTheArtist, she is a big woman who has large strong muscles, ripped broad shoulders, a very voluptuous yet muscular yet voluptuous build for her body, and standing in at 5'11" and over 160 lbs. Frank Cho in particular makes her look like [[Franchise/StreetFighter Cammie]].



* ShesGotLegs: Boy, does she know how to use 'em. Carol's well-toned long legs are usually emphasized through her original costumes that she wore during the times that she was Ms. Marvel (which were pant-less and {{Stripperiffic}}) and the tights of the current form-fitting outfit that she wears as Captain Marvel.

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* ShesGotLegs: Boy, does she know how to use 'em. Carol's well-toned long muscular legs are usually emphasized highlighted through her original costumes that she wore during the times that she was Ms. Marvel (which were pant-less and {{Stripperiffic}}) and the tights of the current form-fitting outfit that she wears as Captain Marvel.
29th Jul '17 9:47:48 AM MegaJ
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In July 2012, Carol got a new uniform and hairstyle (which varies depending on the artist interpretation on how her hair fits with the collapsible face mask/cowl), changed her name from Ms. Marvel to [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell Captain Marvel]], and got a new ongoing book under that name, written by [[Creator/KellySueDeConnick Kelly Sue DeConnick]]. Even though Carol Danvers had been depicted as a feminist superhero since the 1970s, [=DeConnick=] was the first woman to become a regular writer of her series. As of that run, Carol has been envisioned as the link between Marvel's Earth-based heroes and the Marvel cosmic unvierse, even briefly being a member of the Comicbook/GuradiansOfTheGalaxy.

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In July 2012, Carol got a new uniform and hairstyle (which varies depending on the artist interpretation on how her hair fits with the collapsible face mask/cowl), changed her name from Ms. Marvel to [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell Captain Marvel]], and got a new ongoing book under that name, written by [[Creator/KellySueDeConnick Kelly Sue DeConnick]]. Even though Carol Danvers had been depicted as a feminist superhero since the 1970s, [=DeConnick=] was the first woman to become a regular writer of her series. As of that run, Carol has been envisioned as the link between Marvel's Earth-based heroes and the Marvel cosmic unvierse, even briefly being a member of the Comicbook/GuradiansOfTheGalaxy.
Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy.
29th Jul '17 9:47:29 AM MegaJ
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In July 2012, Carol got a new uniform and hairstyle (which varies depending on the artist interpretation on how her hair fits with the collapsible face mask/cowl), changed her name from Ms. Marvel to [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell Captain Marvel]], and got a new ongoing book under that name, written by [[Creator/KellySueDeConnick Kelly Sue DeConnick]]. Even though Carol Danvers had been depicted as a feminist superhero since the 1970s, [=DeConnick=] was the first woman to become a regular writer of her series. As of that series, Carol has been envision as the link between Marvel's Earth-based heroes and the Cosmic heroes, entities and aliens.

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In July 2012, Carol got a new uniform and hairstyle (which varies depending on the artist interpretation on how her hair fits with the collapsible face mask/cowl), changed her name from Ms. Marvel to [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell Captain Marvel]], and got a new ongoing book under that name, written by [[Creator/KellySueDeConnick Kelly Sue DeConnick]]. Even though Carol Danvers had been depicted as a feminist superhero since the 1970s, [=DeConnick=] was the first woman to become a regular writer of her series. As of that series, run, Carol has been envision envisioned as the link between Marvel's Earth-based heroes and the Cosmic heroes, entities and aliens.
Marvel cosmic unvierse, even briefly being a member of the Comicbook/GuradiansOfTheGalaxy.
29th Jul '17 9:44:55 AM MegaJ
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In July 2012, Carol got a new uniform and hairstyle (which varies depending on the artist interpretation on how her hair fits with the collapsible face mask/cowl), changed her name from Ms. Marvel to [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell Captain Marvel]], and got a new ongoing book under that name, written by [[Creator/KellySueDeConnick Kelly Sue DeConnick]]. Even though Carol Danvers had been depicted as a feminist superhero since the 1970s, [=DeConnick=] was the first woman to become a regular writer of her series.

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In July 2012, Carol got a new uniform and hairstyle (which varies depending on the artist interpretation on how her hair fits with the collapsible face mask/cowl), changed her name from Ms. Marvel to [[ComicBook/CaptainMarVell Captain Marvel]], and got a new ongoing book under that name, written by [[Creator/KellySueDeConnick Kelly Sue DeConnick]]. Even though Carol Danvers had been depicted as a feminist superhero since the 1970s, [=DeConnick=] was the first woman to become a regular writer of her series.
series. As of that series, Carol has been envision as the link between Marvel's Earth-based heroes and the Cosmic heroes, entities and aliens.
29th Jul '17 8:51:37 AM IdumeanPatriot
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* StrawFeminist: She could occasionally come across as one in her original run. Notably, when ComicBook/IronMan (quite respectfully) expressed some worry for her, she launched into a long speech about how he had no right to impose the role of a helpless woman on her. However, while she was always ''somewhat'' of a feminist, such over-the-top depictions were the exception rather than the rule.

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* StrawFeminist: She could can occasionally come across as one in her original run.one, with some variation between different writers. Notably, when ComicBook/IronMan (quite respectfully) expressed some worry for her, she launched into a long speech about how he had no right to impose the role of a helpless woman on her. However, while she was has always been ''somewhat'' of a feminist, such over-the-top depictions were usually the exception rather than the rule.rule.
** An even better example comes from her tenure with the Avengers, when she basically lectures the Scarlet Witch on what a horrible idea it is to [[ChildHater be a mother.]]
--->We all know that you've been worrying about having children -- [[CharacterFilibuster But just consider]] what that would do to [[FamilyVersusCareer your career]] as a superheroine. You'd have to focus so much of your life on a single individual, an infant.... You're a vital person, Wanda, one that half the women in the world would probably kill to be. Surely you find that more "fulfilling" than any silly stereotype of having a ''baby''?
28th Jul '17 12:46:57 AM DontJinxUs
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In 2018, Carol will make her Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse debut in ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'', played by Creator/BrieLarson. In 2019, she'll receive a solo ''Film/CaptainMarvel'' movie.

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In 2018, 2019, Carol will make her Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse debut in ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'', her solo movie ''Film/CaptainMarvel'', played by Creator/BrieLarson. In 2019, she'll receive a solo ''Film/CaptainMarvel'' movie.
Creator/BrieLarson.
15th Jul '17 7:56:12 PM Manny20444
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* AmazonianBeauty: Although her physique varies DependingOnTheArtist, she is a big woman who has large strong muscles, broad shoulders, a very voluptuous yet well-toned and muscular build for her body, and standing in at 5'11" and over 160 lbs. Frank Cho in particular makes her look like [[Franchise/StreetFighter Cammie]].

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* AmazonianBeauty: Although her physique varies DependingOnTheArtist, she is a big woman who has large strong muscles, ripped broad shoulders, a very voluptuous yet well-toned and muscular build for her body, and standing in at 5'11" and over 160 lbs. Frank Cho in particular makes her look like [[Franchise/StreetFighter Cammie]].
9th Jul '17 5:15:14 PM IdumeanPatriot
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* BreedingSlave: The Kree [[MasterComputer Supreme Intelligence]] wanted to make Carol this, since her HalfHumanHybrid DNA was just what he needed for his [[EvilutionaryBiologist eugenics program]]. So he planned to use the [[MindRape Millennia Bloom]] to [[EmptyShell destroy her personality]] and refashion her into someone who would gladly be one for the rest of her physical life. For a borderline StrawFeminist, this was naturally pretty much the worst fate imaginable.
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