EXCLUSIVE: Kamala Locks Down Her Secret Identity in Wu's "Ms. Marvel" #3 Variant

Marvel Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at Annie Wu's variant cover for "Ms. Marvel" #3, which features protagonist Kamala Khan at school surrounded by the book's supporting cast, with Kamala frantically attempting to stuff her super heroic life into her tiny hallway locker.

"What's going to be great about this book is that it tackles so many of the fears and insecurities of being a teenager, but adding on to that a layer of superhero powers that ordinary teenagers don't get to experience," series writer G. Willow Wilson told CBR in advance of the series' debut. "What if you had all of those ordinary teenager insecurities but you could act on them? What if you could become somebody else? What does that mean? What does that say about your own identity? That is definitely part of the particular inner conflict of this character."

Check out Wu's cover below.

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