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* ''TheSuperHeroSquadShow'': Appears as a recurring character.

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* ''TheSuperHeroSquadShow'': ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperHeroSquadShow'': Appears as a recurring character.
29th Mar '17 11:20:12 AM torru369
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** Finally given a nod in the Alien Nation storyline. When a young adult scientist tries to flirt with her, she shuts him down. Nearly gets out the old "I am old enough to be your mother" line.
20th Mar '17 5:10:52 PM tracer
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* PowerIncontinence: At first, the Ms. Marvel persona comes without Carol's control.

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At first, the Ms. Marvel persona comes without Carol's control.control.
** Her "Seventh Sense" started as a kind of clairvoyance-based X-ray vision. But by the 12th issue of the original 1970s series, it was giving her visions whether she wanted to receive them or not -- often accompanied by a gut-punch-level headache.
5th Mar '17 9:35:11 AM nombretomado
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'''Captain Marvel''' (formerly '''Ms. Marvel''') is a 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''' (formerly '''Ms. Marvel''') is a MarvelComics 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.
11th Feb '17 10:27:43 AM ErikModi
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* ''VideoGame/MarvelHeroes'': Carol Danvers was originally playable as Ms. Marvel, with her default costume being Ms. Marvel before she assumed the Captain Marvel name, her "masked" Captain Marvel was added as one of many alternate costumes. She was updated into Captain Marvel (same powers, new character name) with a new default costume being a "maskless" Captain Marvel costume and her old "default" Ms. Marvel costume being a new, purchasable alternate. She also has an alternate "Captain Mar-Vell" costume, with a male voice actor, to replicate the original Captain Marvel.

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* ''VideoGame/MarvelHeroes'': Carol Danvers was originally playable as Ms. Marvel, with her default costume being Ms. Marvel before she assumed the Captain Marvel name, second page image, her "masked" Captain Marvel was added as one of many alternate costumes. She was updated into Captain Marvel (same powers, new character name) with a new default costume being a "maskless" Captain Marvel costume (first page image) and her old "default" Ms. Marvel costume being becoming a new, purchasable alternate. She also has an alternate "Captain Mar-Vell" costume, with a male voice actor, to replicate the original Captain Marvel.
11th Feb '17 10:25:49 AM ErikModi
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* ''VideoGame/MarvelHeroes'': Carol Danvers was originally playable as Ms. Marvel, with her default costume being Ms. Marvel before she assumed the Captain Marvel name, her "masked" Captain Marvel was added as one of many alternate costumes. She was updated into Captain Marvel (same powers, new character name) with a new default costume being a "maskless" Captain Marvel costume and her old "default" Ms. Marvel costume being a new, purchasable alternate. She also has an alternate "Captain Mar-Vell" costume, with a male voice actor, to replicate the original Captain Marvel.
7th Feb '17 5:26:59 AM DLMaximum1
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She later joined ComicBook/TheAvengers but decided to quit after an incident which caused her to [[FetusTerrible become pregnant by an adult version of her baby]]. Later, ComicBook/{{Rogue}} (at the time a villain under Mystique) ambushed her. After a grueling battle, Rogue absorbed Ms. Marvel's powers AND memories, then [[LeftForDead threw her off below the Golden Gate bridge, leaving her to die.]] Fortunately, [[ComicBook/SpiderWoman Spider Woman/Jessica Drew]] [[BigDamnHeroes was around at that time and rescued Carol]] and sent her to the X-Mansion for treatment courtesy of Professor Xavier. After she sort of recovered (she regained her memory, but not her powers or emotions) Carol chose to stay with the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} for a while.

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She later joined ComicBook/TheAvengers but decided to quit after an incident which caused her to [[FetusTerrible become pregnant by an adult version of her baby]]. Later, ComicBook/{{Rogue}} (at the time a villain under Mystique) ambushed her. After a grueling battle, Rogue absorbed Ms. Marvel's powers AND memories, then [[LeftForDead threw her off below the Golden Gate bridge, leaving her to die.]] Fortunately, [[ComicBook/SpiderWoman Spider Woman/Jessica Drew]] [[BigDamnHeroes was around at that time and rescued Carol]] and sent her to the X-Mansion for treatment courtesy of Professor Xavier. After she sort of recovered (she regained her memory, but not her powers or emotions) emotions), Carol chose to stay with the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} for a while.



* AbortedArc: Or perhaps more accurately Indecisive Arc. The writers of the early ''Captain Marvel'' stories that featured Carol as a non-powered supporting player to Captain Mar-Vell couldn't seem to make up their minds as to whether or not Carol was supposed to be a full blown love interest to Mar-Vell or not (he already had a girlfriend, and arguably not a very interesting one at that).

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* AbortedArc: Or perhaps more accurately Indecisive Arc. The writers of the early ''Captain Marvel'' stories that featured Carol as a non-powered supporting player to Captain Mar-Vell couldn't seem to make up their minds as to whether or not Carol was supposed to be a full blown full-blown love interest to Mar-Vell or not (he already had a girlfriend, and arguably not a very interesting one at that). that).



** Mystique. It's not just the X-Men that want her blood and for good reason - Mystique murdered Carol's boyfriend ''in Carol's form''. As far as the poor bloke was concerned, his girlfriend went berserk and stabbed him to death.

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** Mystique. It's not just the X-Men that want her blood and for good reason - Mystique murdered Carol's boyfriend ''in Carol's form''. As far as the poor bloke guy was concerned, his girlfriend went berserk and stabbed him to death.



** Played with in the ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' animated television program. She and Captain Mar-Vell are introduced in the same episode. Most of the first half has her taking the guest star spotlight, before she acquires her powers, while the second half heavily features Captain Mar-Vell (although one inspired by his ComicBook/UltimateMarvel portrayal). In the next season Carol (with powers) and Mar-Vell return, but Carol is given more prominence, especially after joining the Avengers.

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** Played with in the ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' animated television program. She and Captain Mar-Vell are introduced in the same episode. Most of the first half has her taking the guest star spotlight, before she acquires her powers, while the second half heavily features Captain Mar-Vell (although one inspired by his ComicBook/UltimateMarvel portrayal). In the next season season, Carol (with powers) and Mar-Vell return, but Carol is given more prominence, especially after joining the Avengers.



* ClothesMakeTheSuperman: Subverted. In the first issues, Ms. Marvel suit had a high-tech webbing built inside, which allowed her to fly. In issues 6 and 7 she was exposed to the Kree magnitron a second time, which destroyed the tech in her suit, but also transferred the flight power to her own body. It has stayed that way since then, making this flying suit an EarlyInstallmentWeirdness.
* ClothingDamage: Happen during ''ComicBook/SecretInvasion'' when a skrull unleashes an energy blast from his eyes that shreds her costume.
* DecoyProtagonist: Karla Sofen (Moonstone), as the Dark Avenger Ms. Marvel, takes over the second volume when Carol is believed dead. But in her second issue, she ends up fighting a woman made of energy [[spoiler:who turns out to be Carol.]] Moonstone's issues also have a new logo, the same one later used for Kamala Khan's comics. That logo includes a thunderbolt, which Carol wore at the time but Karla never did.

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* ClothesMakeTheSuperman: Subverted. In the first issues, Ms. Marvel Marvel's suit had a high-tech webbing built inside, which allowed her to fly. In issues 6 and 7 she was exposed to the Kree magnitron Psyche-Magnitron a second time, which destroyed the tech in her suit, but also transferred the flight power to her own body. It has stayed that way since then, making this flying suit an EarlyInstallmentWeirdness.
* ClothingDamage: Happen during ''ComicBook/SecretInvasion'' when a skrull Skrull unleashes an energy blast from his eyes that shreds her costume.
* DecoyProtagonist: Karla Sofen (Moonstone), as the Dark Avenger Ms. Marvel, takes over the second volume when Carol is believed dead. But in her second issue, she ends up fighting a woman made of energy [[spoiler:who turns out to be Carol.]] Moonstone's issues also have a new logo, the same one later used for Kamala Khan's comics. That logo includes a thunderbolt, which Carol wore at the time time, but Karla never did.



* FourStarBadass: Holds the rank of Colonel in the US Air Force; it also means "Captain" Marvel is a ''downgrade''.

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* FourStarBadass: Holds the rank of Colonel in the US U.S. Air Force; it also means "Captain" Marvel is a ''downgrade''.



* IHaveManyNames: Carol Danvers, Ms. Marvel, Binary, Warbird... She sticks with the default "Captain Marvel" for now.

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* IHaveManyNames: Carol Danvers, Ms. Marvel, Binary, Warbird... She she sticks with the default "Captain Marvel" for now.



* StatuesqueStunner: Carol is 5-feet-11-inches of pure hotness. Originally Carol was listed as 5-foot-7 and that she would grow to 5-foot-9 when she transformed into Ms. Marvel in the 70s, but this was eventually retconned out as her simply being 5-foot-11.
* StayInTheKitchen:

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* StatuesqueStunner: Carol is 5-feet-11-inches 5'11" of pure hotness. Originally Carol was listed as 5-foot-7 5'7" and that she would grow to 5-foot-9 when she transformed into Ms. Marvel in the 70s, but this was eventually retconned out as her simply being 5-foot-11.
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* StayInTheKitchen: StayInTheKitchen:



** Carol's father seemed to have a fixation with this trope, as he refused to send Carol to college partly because of a bad financial situation and also because he seriously believed that as a woman Carol could never handle college and the real world and seriously believed she'd be better off just marrying a nice guy and being a stay at home mom while he sent one of her brothers to college instead, despite the fact that Carol was smarter than both of her brothers and had better grades. Needless to say, Carol did not agree with her father on this matter and joined the United States Air Force to make her own way, which he didn't take well.

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** Carol's father seemed to have a fixation with this trope, as he refused to send Carol to college partly because of a bad financial situation and also because he seriously believed that as a woman woman, Carol could never handle college and the real world and seriously believed she'd be better off just marrying a nice guy and being a stay at home stay-at-home mom while he sent one of her brothers to college instead, despite the fact that Carol was smarter than both of her brothers and had better grades. Needless to say, Carol did not agree with her father on this matter and joined the United States Air Force to make her own way, which he didn't take well.



* UnwantedRescue: When Carol's father was being threatened by Steeplejack, he refused her help both as herself and as Ms. Marvel, and when Ms. Marvel went ahead and saved his life anyway, the man refused to acknowledge that he couldn't have handled the supervillain himself. Man was truly dedicated to his belief in the proper place of women.
* WhatTheHellHero: Awesomely called the Avengers out in in ''Avengers Annual #10'', for their dickery from the 200th issue.
* WithAFootOnTheBus: In her #10 issue she had a tragic encounter with another Ms. Marvel from a ExpendableAlternateUniverse. She left to the space, and thought about leaving the planet and not returning. But what the hell, doing that is another way of escaping from problems instead of dealing with them... so she turned back and returned home.

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* UnwantedRescue: When Carol's father was being threatened by Steeplejack, he refused her help both as herself and as Ms. Marvel, and when Ms. Marvel went ahead and saved his life anyway, the man refused to acknowledge that he couldn't have handled the supervillain himself. Man He was truly dedicated to his belief in the proper place of women.
* WhatTheHellHero: Awesomely called the Avengers out in in ''Avengers Annual #10'', for their dickery from the 200th issue.
* WithAFootOnTheBus: In her #10 issue issue, she had a tragic encounter with another Ms. Marvel from a ExpendableAlternateUniverse. She left to the for space, and thought about leaving the planet and not returning. But what the hell, doing that is another way of escaping from problems instead of dealing with them... so she turned back and returned home.
5th Feb '17 10:49:10 AM tracer
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* MostCommonSuperpower: Carol Danvers was never exactly under-endowed.

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* MostCommonSuperpower: Carol Danvers was never exactly under-endowed. (Perhaps this was why one of her incarnations was ''really'' called "Binary".)
20th Jan '17 9:12:20 AM torru369
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** A newer one seems to be others commenting on how hard it is to wear one of her outfits.
16th Jan '17 2:45:08 PM dsneybuf
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In 2019, Carol will make her Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse debut in a solo ''Film/CaptainMarvel'' movie, played there by Creator/BrieLarson.

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In 2019, 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, played there by Creator/BrieLarson.
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