FYKK!
Kamala Khan - a Pakistani-American teenager living in New Jersey - is the legacy to Carol Danvers, the former Ms. Marvel. The series, Ms. Marvel, is written by G. Willow Wilson and drawn by Adrian Alphona.

This blog serves to follow Kamala in current continuity while also promoting awareness of her existence. At the moment, Ms. Marvel features the only book with a Muslim female character as its lead.

reflectedeve:

Here’s a little America/Kamala fancomic I drew for were-duck! Plus a bigger verison of the second panel, which is my favorite part. :)  I’d really love to see these two team up in the comics sometime.

capfalc:

Meet the new member of my doll family, Ms. Kamala Khan! Now with EMBIGGENING POWERS!

 She was a lot of fun to make. I managed to knock it out in a single weekend. Thanks to emily-the-avenger for helping~

b-tandoodlez:

Just Your Average Girl Next Door

You can be amazing
You can turn a phrase into a weapon or a drug
You can be the outcast
Or be the backlash of somebody’s lack of love
Or you can start speaking up

Nothing’s gonna hurt you the way that words do
When they settle ‘neath your skin
Kept on the inside and no sunlight
Sometimes a shadow wins
But I wonder what would happen if you

Say what you wanna say
And let the words fall out
Honestly I wanna see you be brave
With what you want to say
And let the words fall out
Honestly I wanna see you be brave”

~Brave by Sara Bareilles

I was actually so sad when no one prompted me Kamala for the color palette meme. I was also sad that no one prompted Cassie and even Kara. (T⌓T)

SO I decided to draw Kamala for myself!

I really really love her! I just want to draw more and more of her. Also I wonder WHY AREN’T THERE MORE OF HER COMICS. Rawr.

And I dedicate that song to everyone! I think it’s also just so perfect for Kamala~ (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧

Hope you guys like this! It always cheers me up when I drew Kamala.

Check out the other color palette meme fills here! 

  Anonymous said:
Would you say Kamala's appearances in Captain Marvel #14 and 17 are worth buying them if I'm not a fan of Carol?

inkalypse:

fykamalakhan:

i think it depends.

Personally, I have a tendency to collect things - I’m a completionist and not having an issue or two really bothers me. Personally, I do want to have every single Kamala Khan appearance.

On the other hand, they’re both relatively minor appearances and if you don’t read them, you wouldn’t miss anything integral to Kamala. in issue #14, Kamala appears in one panel with no dialogue (here is the panel). Her appearance in #17 is a bit more prominent, an appearance that leads in to her ongoing (here are most of the panels featuring Kamala).

In summary, if you’re a completionist like me, go forth and buy them. If you’re just looking to read everything Kamala, you wouldn’t absolutely need it. Her appearance in #17, though brief, is still near and dear to my heart so if you have the spare cash, I would definitely get it.

I’m not sure if there’s a reason you aren’t a fan of Carol but if it’s because you haven’t had a chance to read her stuff, I would highly recommend reading the Captain Marvel issues described on this page.

Hope that helps!

Are you sure that’s supposed to be her in the #14 panel? Like, have the creators confirmed it? I think that’s just a random passerby, looks too old to be Kamala, and I’m pretty pretty sure that #17 is her first appearance as it was all hyped up in the buildup to #17 before its release.

It appears that it is Kamala based on this post from Kelly Sue DeConnick, the writer of Captain Marvel. It’s true she does look older, but I think that’s due to the artist. Plus, I’m not sure how the timelines worked with Jamie McKelvie and Adrian Alphona’s design work for Kamala, so the artist may have drawn her prior to knowing too many details about her or her background. I remember asking Kelly Sue DeConnick and Sana Amanat about it at WonderCon, and it was supposed to be an “easter egg” appearance.