In ''Avengers Annual #10", Carol rips the Avengers a new one for their inaction during the "Marcus Kang" fiasco. She also punches Rogue (mid-Heel-Face Turn and in the process of surrendering to the X-Men) so hard that she nearly hits the Moon.
Two moments from The Enemy Within. Firstly, after figuring out who it is who's messing with her life and realizing what he's planning, Carol declares, while currently suffering from a crippling brain tumour that becomes worse the more she uses her powers, that she's going to take him down, even if she has to drag herself there. In the final confrontation with Yon-Rogg, who reveals that his powers are connected to her and the only way to stop him is for her to die, she instead starts flying as far as she can, allowing herself to over-exert her powers and suffer a brain aneurysm. She temporarily dies and upon waking up loses all her memories, after also making a deal with a grumpy neighbour to leave the building if he helps thus making her now homeless, but she stopped him and saved New York.
In #17 of the 2012-2013 series, a jealous (and possibly sociopathic) businesswoman named Grace Valentine has her planned magazine article bumped in favor of an inspirational piece about Carol. Grace retaliates by hacking into military drones and attacking Carol during a celebration in Times Square for her recent heroics, and she attempts to demoralize Carol during the chaos by calling her "an undisciplined, brain-damaged disaster". The entire city instead comes to Carol's side with a rallying cry of "I AM CAPTAIN MARVEL" which angers Grace as Carol soundly destroys the drones. The story concludes with a narration on how Captain Marvel is an inspiration to all... including an aspiring hero-to-be in Jersey City.