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In 2019, Carol made her Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse debut in her solo movie ''{{Film/Captain Marvel|2019}}'', played by Creator/BrieLarson. This version of the character is reimagined as an amnesiac fighter pilot-turned-Kree soldier who was approached by ComicBook/NickFury to become a superhero in the early [[UsefulNotes/TheNineties 1990s]], predating the formation of Film/{{The Avengers|2012}} decades later, but disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Though not in the film itself, her emblem appears in the post-credits scene of ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'', when Fury sends out a distress signal before getting snapped out of existence thanks to ComicBook/{{Thanos}}. Carol will, however, feature in that film's sequel, ''Film/AvengersEndgame'', once again portrayed by Larson in a larger role.

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In 2019, Carol made her Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse debut in her solo movie ''{{Film/Captain Marvel|2019}}'', played by Creator/BrieLarson. This version of the character is reimagined as an amnesiac fighter pilot-turned-Kree soldier who was approached by ComicBook/NickFury to become a superhero in the early [[UsefulNotes/TheNineties 1990s]], predating the formation of Film/{{The Avengers|2012}} decades later, but disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Though not in the film itself, her emblem appears in the post-credits scene of ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'', when Fury sends out a distress signal before getting snapped out of existence thanks to ComicBook/{{Thanos}}. Carol will, however, feature plays a role in that the film's sequel, sequel; ''Film/AvengersEndgame'', once again portrayed by Larson in a larger role.
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* ClothesMakeTheSuperman: Subverted. In the first issues, Ms. 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 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.

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* ClothesMakeTheSuperman: Subverted. In the first issues, Ms. 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 Psyche-Magnitron a second time, which destroyed the tech in her suit, suit but also transferred the flight power to her own body. It has stayed that way since then, making this flying suit an EarlyInstallmentWeirdness.



** And that's just what she has in her Ms Marvel, Captain Marvel and Warbird identities! During her time as Binary, she lost her Seventh Sense and Molecular Manipulation abilities, but her physical abilities all took a ''massive'' increase, to the point she could [[EarthShatteringKaboom blow up planets with her photonic blasts]], travel faster than light, and sit unharmed in the ''center of the sun''. She also gained ElementalPowers due to her connection to a white hole; as Binary, she can generate heat, light, and radiation, as well as access all other forms of energy along the electromagnetic spectrum, and she can do so on an almost solar scale. Oh, and she also have some GravityMaster abilities.

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** And that's just what she has in her Ms Marvel, Captain Marvel and Warbird identities! During her time as Binary, she lost her Seventh Sense and Molecular Manipulation abilities, but her physical abilities all took a ''massive'' increase, to the point she could [[EarthShatteringKaboom blow up planets with her photonic blasts]], travel faster than light, and sit unharmed in the ''center of the sun''. She also gained ElementalPowers due to her connection to a white hole; as Binary, she can generate heat, light, and radiation, as well as access all other forms of energy along the electromagnetic spectrum, and she can do so on an almost solar scale. Oh, and she also have has some GravityMaster abilities.



* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: After Rogue's attack, Carol went to Professor Xavier to help mentally recover, and bonded with the X-Men during her stay as their guest and assisted them on a few missions. After gaining new powers by way of the Brood, she was going to join the team as Binary (she wouldn't have been the first non-mutant to do so)...but then Rogue came begging Xavier to help her deal with the psyches she had absorbed (especially Carol's). Xavier agreed to do so, causing Carol to leave the mansion in protest. [[spoiler:In ''Hunt for Wolverine: Mystery in Madripoor'' #1, Rogue discovers this fact and the fact that Carol ''begged'' Wolverine in a letter to ''kill'' Rogue in a letter she left him before she left.]]

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* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: After Rogue's attack, Carol went to Professor Xavier to help mentally recover, and bonded with the X-Men during her stay as their guest and assisted them on a few missions. After gaining new powers by way of the Brood, she was going to join the team as Binary (she wouldn't have been the first non-mutant to do so)...but then Rogue came begging Xavier to help her deal with the psyches she had absorbed (especially Carol's). Xavier agreed to do so, causing Carol to leave the mansion in protest. [[spoiler:In ''Hunt for Wolverine: Mystery in Madripoor'' #1, Rogue discovers this fact and the fact that Carol ''begged'' Wolverine in a letter to ''kill'' Rogue in a letter she left him before she left.]]It should be noted that this was blatant character assassination of Carol by the writer]]


Carol Danvers (current '''Captain Marvel''', formerly ComicBook/MsMarvel, Binary, and Warbird) 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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Carol Danvers (current '''Captain Marvel''', Captain Marvel, formerly ComicBook/MsMarvel, Binary, and Warbird) 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.



->''"Carol falls down all the time, but she always gets back up -- we say that about Captain America as well, but Captain America gets back up because it's the right thing to do.''
->''"Carol gets back up because 'Fuck you.'"''
-> -- [[https://www.polygon.com/2018/9/19/17860712/captain-marvel-movie-powers-origin-carol-danvers-brie-larson-kelly-sue-deconnick Kelly Sue DeConnick]]

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** Zigzagged. Movie Carol is actually missing roughly half of her [[ComboPlatterPowers wide array of superpowers]] from the comics. But, once she burns off the inhibitor device on her neck, her raw power level increases drastically, to roughly the same level as her comic version's [[GoldenSuperMode Binary incarnation]]. In contrast, the comics version of Carol Danvers had a strength level of about 50 tons, though she could boost that through EnergyAbsorption, and is literally half as powerful as Binary in all physical fields. Played straight in ''Endgame'' where she is considerably stronger than Thanos with no stones, which isn't the case in the comics.

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** Zigzagged.Zigzagged in the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse version. Movie Carol is actually missing roughly half of her [[ComboPlatterPowers wide array of superpowers]] from the comics. But, once she burns off the inhibitor device on her neck, her raw power level increases drastically, to roughly the same level as her comic version's [[GoldenSuperMode Binary incarnation]]. In contrast, the comics version of Carol Danvers had a strength level of about 50 tons, though she could boost that through EnergyAbsorption, and is literally half as powerful as Binary in all physical fields. Played straight in ''Endgame'' where she is considerably stronger than Thanos with no stones, which isn't the case in the comics.


** Played ''very'' much straight in the ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse'', with creator Kevin Feige states was deliberate, as Marvel decided she was to be established as one of the most powerful superheroes in the universe in that continuity. To give an idea of how powerful she is, whereas Thanos with ''one'' Infinity Stone (Power) is able to NoSell being jumped by the Hulk and give him a CurbStompBattle in return, Carol goes up against Thanos with a ''complete'' Infinity Gauntlet containing all ''six'' stones and is able to hold him at bay ''easily'', even {{No Sell}}ing a headbutt from him without so much as flinching.

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** Zigzagged. Movie Carol is actually missing roughly half of her [[ComboPlatterPowers wide array of superpowers]] from the comics. But, once she burns off the inhibitor device on her neck, her raw power level increases drastically, to roughly the same level as her comic version's [[GoldenSuperMode Binary incarnation]]. In contrast, the comics version of Carol Danvers had a strength level of about 50 tons, though she could boost that through EnergyAbsorption, and is literally half as powerful as Binary in all physical fields. Played ''very'' much straight in the ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse'', with creator Kevin Feige states was deliberate, as Marvel decided ''Endgame'' where she was to be established as one of the most powerful superheroes in the universe in that continuity. To give an idea of how powerful she is, whereas is considerably stronger than Thanos with ''one'' Infinity Stone (Power) is able to NoSell being jumped by no stones, which isn't the Hulk and give him a CurbStompBattle case in return, Carol goes up against Thanos with a ''complete'' Infinity Gauntlet containing all ''six'' stones and is able to hold him at bay ''easily'', even {{No Sell}}ing a headbutt from him without so much as flinching.the comics.


** Oh, and she has the ability to [[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace survive unprotected in the vaccuum of space]]. This was initially unique to her Binary identity and its modified power set, but it was later revealed that she had the power all along, she was just too messed up to access it during her time as Warbird.

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** Oh, and she has the ability to [[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace survive unprotected in the vaccuum vacuum of space]]. This was initially unique to her Binary identity and its modified power set, but it was later revealed that she had the power all along, she was just too messed up to access it during her time as Warbird.



* 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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* 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.logo.


* AdaptationalBadass: While very much a badass to begin with and heavy hitter, in ''The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes'', she packs considerably more of a wallop, being capable of going toe to toe with the Hulk. This seems to be part of a trend, as Kevin Feige has stated that the MCU version of Carol will be one of the most powerful superheroes in that universe. Considering how powerful Ronan was in ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' and how a single Kree (implied to be a fairly powerful one) proved capable of going toe to toe with [[LadyOfWar Lady]] [[WarGod Sif]] in ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', this is perhaps less than surprising.

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* AdaptationalBadass: While very AdaptationalBadass:
** Arguable in ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes''; she is presented as a roughly Hulk-tier brawler, most notable with her initial confrontation with Ronan the Accuser. Arguable because Carol is pretty damn powerful in the comics, with her precise power level fluctuating on a lot of factors.
** Played ''very''
much a badass to begin straight in the ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse'', with and heavy hitter, in ''The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes'', she packs considerably more of a wallop, being capable of going toe to toe with the Hulk. This seems to be part of a trend, as creator Kevin Feige has stated that the MCU version of Carol will states was deliberate, as Marvel decided she was to be established as one of the most powerful superheroes in the universe in that universe. Considering continuity. To give an idea of how powerful Ronan was in ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' and how a single Kree (implied to be a fairly powerful one) proved capable of going toe to toe she is, whereas Thanos with [[LadyOfWar Lady]] [[WarGod Sif]] ''one'' Infinity Stone (Power) is able to NoSell being jumped by the Hulk and give him a CurbStompBattle in ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'', this return, Carol goes up against Thanos with a ''complete'' Infinity Gauntlet containing all ''six'' stones and is perhaps less than surprising.able to hold him at bay ''easily'', even {{No Sell}}ing a headbutt from him without so much as flinching.


* ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance'': Ms. Marvel is a playable character, with Sharon Ventura as one of her alternate costumes.
* ''Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2'': Ms. Marvel returns as a playable character.
* ''VideoGame/MarvelAvengersAlliance'': Ms. Marvel is one of the recruitable heroes.
* ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance3TheBlackOrder'' (2019): Carol as Captian Marvel returns as a playable character.
* ''VideoGame/MarvelPuzzleQuest'': Playable as both Ms. Marvel and Captain Marvel.
* ''[[VideoGame/LegoAdaptationGame Lego Marvel Superheroes]]'' and ''Lego Marvel's Avengers'': Carol is playable in the former as Ms. Marvel and in the latter as Captain Marvel.
* ''VideoGame/MarvelContestOfChampions'': Playable as both Ms. Marvel and Captain Marvel.
* ''VideoGame/MarvelFutureFight'': Playable as Captain Marvel, with a Ms. Marvel alternate costume later released.
* ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomInfinite'': Playable as Captain Marvel.
* ''VideoGame/MarvelHeroes'': Carol Danvers was originally playable as Ms. Marvel, with her default costume (right costume above), 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 (middle costume above) and her old "default" Ms. Marvel costume became a purchasable alternate. She also had an alternate "Captain Mar-Vell" costume, with a male voice actor, to replicate the original Captain Marvel.
* ''VideoGame/ZenPinball'': Carol is featured on the A-Force table in Zen Pinball 2, as part of the "Women of Power" DLC pack.
* ''VideoGame/AvengersAcademy''
* ''VideoGame/LegoMarvelSuperheroes2'' (2017)

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* ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance'': ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance'' (2006): Ms. Marvel is a playable character, with Sharon Ventura as one of her alternate costumes.
* ''Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2'': 2'' (2009): Ms. Marvel returns as a playable character.
* ''VideoGame/MarvelAvengersAlliance'': ''VideoGame/MarvelAvengersAlliance'' (2012): Ms. Marvel is one of the recruitable heroes.
* ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance3TheBlackOrder'' (2019): Carol as Captian Marvel returns as a playable character.
* ''VideoGame/MarvelPuzzleQuest'': Playable as both Ms. Marvel and Captain Marvel.
* ''[[VideoGame/LegoAdaptationGame Lego Marvel Superheroes]]'' and ''Lego Marvel's Avengers'': Carol is playable in the former as Ms. Marvel and in the latter as Captain Marvel.
* ''VideoGame/MarvelContestOfChampions'': Playable as both Ms. Marvel and Captain Marvel.
* ''VideoGame/MarvelFutureFight'': Playable as Captain Marvel, with a Ms. Marvel alternate costume later released.
* ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomInfinite'': Playable as Captain Marvel.
* ''VideoGame/MarvelHeroes'':
''VideoGame/MarvelHeroes'' (2013): Carol Danvers was originally playable as Ms. Marvel, with her default costume (right costume above), 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 (middle costume above) and her old "default" Ms. Marvel costume became a purchasable alternate. She also had an alternate "Captain Mar-Vell" costume, with a male voice actor, to replicate the original Captain Marvel.
* ''VideoGame/ZenPinball'': ''VideoGame/MarvelPuzzleQuest'' (2013): Playable as both Ms. Marvel and Captain Marvel.
* ''VideoGame/LEGOMarvelSuperHeroes'' (2013): Playable as Ms. Marvel.
* ''VideoGame/MarvelContestOfChampions'' (2014): Playable as both Ms. Marvel and Captain Marvel.
* ''VideoGame/MarvelFutureFight'' (2015): Playable as Captain Marvel, with a Ms. Marvel alternate costume later released.
* ''VideoGame/AvengersAcademy'' (2016)
* ''VideoGame/ZenPinball 2'' (2016):
Carol is featured on the A-Force table in Zen Pinball 2, table, as part of the "Women of Power" DLC pack.
* ''VideoGame/AvengersAcademy''
''VideoGame/LEGOMarvelsAvengers'' (2016): Playable as both Ms. Marvel and through DLC for Marvel's "Women of Power" initiative as Captain Marvel.
* ''VideoGame/LegoMarvelSuperheroes2'' (2017)
''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcomInfinite'' (2017): Playable as Captain Marvel.
* ''VideoGame/LEGOMarvelSuperHeroes2'' (2017): Playable as Captain Marvel.
* ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance3TheBlackOrder'' (2019): Carol as Captain Marvel returns as a playable character.



* ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' (one episode)
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperHeroSquadShow'': Appears as a recurring character.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'': First makes an appearance as Carol Danvers in Season 1, then joining the Avengers in Season 2 as Ms. Marvel.
* ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'' A guest star in season 3. Carol joined the team in season 4.
* ''WesternAnimation/MarvelRisingSecretWarriors'' (2018), voiced by Creator/KimRaver.
* ''WesternAnimation/MarvelRisingHeartOfIron'' (2019), voiced by Kim Raver.

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* ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' (one (1992) (One episode)
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperHeroSquadShow'': ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperHeroSquadShow'' (2009): Appears as a recurring character.
character as Ms. Marvel. Voiced by Creator/GreyDeLisle.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'': ''WesternAnimation/TheAvengersEarthsMightiestHeroes'' (2010): First makes an appearance as Carol Danvers in Season 1, then joining the Avengers in Season 2 as Ms. Marvel.
Marvel. Voiced by Creator/JenniferHale.
* ''WesternAnimation/AvengersAssemble'' (2013): A guest star in season 3. Carol joined the team in season 4.
4. Voiced by Creator/GreyDeLisle.
* ''WesternAnimation/MarvelRisingSecretWarriors'' (2018), voiced (2018): Voiced by Creator/KimRaver.
* ''WesternAnimation/MarvelRisingHeartOfIron'' (2019), voiced (2019): Voiced by Kim Raver.


* ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance3TheBlackOrder'' (2019): Returns as a Playable character as Captain Marvel.

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* ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance3TheBlackOrder'' (2019): Returns Carol as Captian Marvel returns as a Playable character as Captain Marvel.playable character.



* ''VideoGame/MarvelHeroes'': Carol Danvers was originally playable as Ms. Marvel, with her default costume being the 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 becoming a 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 the second page image, (right costume above), 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) (middle costume above) and her old "default" Ms. Marvel costume becoming became a purchasable alternate. She also has had an alternate "Captain Mar-Vell" costume, with a male voice actor, to replicate the original Captain Marvel.Marvel.
* ''VideoGame/ZenPinball'': Carol is featured on the A-Force table in Zen Pinball 2, as part of the "Women of Power" DLC pack.


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* ''WesternAnimation/MarvelRisingHeartOfIron'' (2019), voiced by Kim Raver.


* ClothingDamage: Happen during ''ComicBook/SecretInvasion'' when a Skrull unleashes an energy blast from his eyes that

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* ClothingDamage: Happen during ''ComicBook/SecretInvasion'' when a Skrull unleashes an energy blast from his eyes that shreds her costume.



shreds her costume.


* ClothingDamage: Happen during ''ComicBook/SecretInvasion'' when a Skrull unleashes an energy blast from his eyes that shreds her costume.
* CoolHouse: Lives in ''the UsefulNotes/StatueOfLiberty''.

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* ClothingDamage: Happen during ''ComicBook/SecretInvasion'' when a Skrull unleashes an energy blast from his eyes that shreds her costume.
* CoolHouse: Lives in ''the UsefulNotes/StatueOfLiberty''.


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* LandmarkingTheHiddenBase: Lives in ''the UsefulNotes/StatueOfLiberty''.


* ComboPlatterPowers: To say that Carol Danvers won the SuperpowerLottery is an understatement! Her most iconic powers are her FlyingBrick powers -- {{Flight}}, SuperStrength and being NighInvulnerable. She also canonically has EnergyAbsorption, complete with the ability to super-charge her physical abilities with absorbed energy, she a HealingFactor, she has "photonic energy blasts" that she can release as a HandBlast or as EyeBeams, [[ImaginationBasedSuperpower she has the abilities to alter matter on a molecular level and create physical energy constructs]], she has SuperReflexes and, finally, she has a "Seventh Sense", also known as "Cosmic Awareness"; an unpredictably activated form of [[{{seers}} combat precognition]].

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* ComboPlatterPowers: To say that Carol Danvers won the SuperpowerLottery is an understatement! Her most iconic powers are her FlyingBrick powers -- {{Flight}}, SuperStrength and being NighInvulnerable. She also canonically has EnergyAbsorption, complete with the ability to super-charge her physical abilities with absorbed energy, she a HealingFactor, she has "photonic energy blasts" that she can release as a HandBlast or as EyeBeams, [[ImaginationBasedSuperpower she has the abilities to alter matter on a molecular level and create physical energy constructs]], she has SuperReflexes and, finally, she has a "Seventh Sense", also known as "Cosmic Awareness"; an unpredictably activated form Awareness", which is HyperAwareness -- but her version is much less reliable than that of [[{{seers}} combat precognition]].the original Mar-Vell's.


In 2019, Carol will make her Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse debut in her solo movie ''{{Film/Captain Marvel|2019}}'', played by Creator/BrieLarson. This version of the character is reimagined as an amnesiac fighter pilot-turned-Kree soldier who was approached by ComicBook/NickFury to become a superhero in the early [[UsefulNotes/TheNineties 1990s]], predating the formation of Film/{{The Avengers|2012}} decades later, but disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Though not in the film itself, her emblem appears in the post-credits scene of ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'', when Fury sends out a distress signal before getting snapped out of existence thanks to ComicBook/{{Thanos}}. Carol will, however, feature in that film's sequel, ''Film/AvengersEndgame'', once again portrayed by Larson in a larger role.

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In 2019, Carol will make made her Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse debut in her solo movie ''{{Film/Captain Marvel|2019}}'', played by Creator/BrieLarson. This version of the character is reimagined as an amnesiac fighter pilot-turned-Kree soldier who was approached by ComicBook/NickFury to become a superhero in the early [[UsefulNotes/TheNineties 1990s]], predating the formation of Film/{{The Avengers|2012}} decades later, but disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Though not in the film itself, her emblem appears in the post-credits scene of ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'', when Fury sends out a distress signal before getting snapped out of existence thanks to ComicBook/{{Thanos}}. Carol will, however, feature in that film's sequel, ''Film/AvengersEndgame'', once again portrayed by Larson in a larger role.

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