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  1. Many thanks for this interesting article. It might be worthwhile for Rachel Do and Prof. Henebry to continue their research by looking at a more recent incarnation of Ms. Marvel, i.e., Kamala Khan, the first-ever Muslim female superheroine:


    It’s the creation of G. Willow Wilson, a B. U. alumna:


    The reaction to this new version of Ms. Marvel within our current geopolitical and cultural environment has been very telling and might be relevant for the research project outlined in the article. (Full disclosure: Willow Wilson is my niece.)

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