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Ms. Marvel: Know Everything About Red Dagger


Ms. Marvel: Know Everything About Red Dagger:-

As Ms. Marvel Episode 4 prepares the audience for Bisha K. Ali’s six-part series’ conclusion. The evil ClanDestine escape from a Department of Damage Control’s Supermax jail and are hot on the trail of Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), who is traveling abroad to see her Nani.

Fortunately, Kamala meets the Red Dagger, who becomes a new companion (Aramis Knight). We know what the Red Dagger is like in the comics and how much the MCU might use him in the future.

Who is Red Dagger?

In the comics, Laal Khanjeer (the Red Dagger) debuts in the 2016 issue of Ms. Marvel (Vol. 4) #12 by G. Willow Wilson and Mirka Andolfo. He is regarded as Karachi’s defender and prowls the streets at night to safeguard the city’s inhabitants.

Kareem, in contrast to Kamala, is an ordinary Joe without any special bracelets or Terrigen mist.

Even so, he’s useful in fights, and when he’s not hurling knives, he uses his YouTube-learned parkour talents to leap across rooftops.

Red Dagger and Kamala have a similar dynamic to that of Daredevil and Elektra. Red Dagger has been Kamala’s foe, ally, and a potential love interest.

Red Dagger even refers to Kamala as a foreigner who is invading his territory and causing more harm than good during their tense meeting in Karachi.

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When Ms. Marvel #23 was published in 2017, Kareem suddenly appeared in America to participate in a school exchange program.

When stopping a runaway train, the dynamic duo still doesn’t discover each other’s hidden identities despite living with Kamala’s family.

They subsequently kiss (Ms. Marvel #29) and play with the possibility of disclosing their identities. Red Dagger and Ms. Marvel are in a will-they-won’t-they relationship, but they are unable to get married since he eventually departs Jersey City.

Due to his mother’s friendship with Kamala’s aunt, the Khan family has a well-established connection to him in the comics.

It’s also possible that the show is skipping over the fact that before moving to the United States, comic book Kareem resided with Kamala’s grandmother in Kamachi.

What Does Ms. Marvel’s Introduction Of Red Dagger Mean?

The Disney+ series makes several changes to Red Dagger, much like Kamala did to her powers and her comic book origin. Instead of being a single person, the Red Daggers are a protective organization that operates out of Karachi.

Waleed (Farhan Akhtar), who looks to be the leader of the Red Daggers, instructs Kamala along with Kareem on how our world is related to the Noor Realm and her own destiny as a Djinn.

However, the introductions are brief. Waleed is slain during a violent confrontation between Kamala and her brand-new allies and the ClanDestine.

Kareem’s destiny is uncertain now that his mentor has died, although it seems Kareem is meant to aid Kamala in her fight against Najma and the ClanDestine rather than forcing her to remove the veil.

Red Dagger’s MCU Future

Red Dagger has no power in the comics, but there are hints in Ms. Marvel that he is a mischievous ClanDestine.

When Kamala asks Kareem whether he’s following her, he says he can “feel the Noor” inside her, much like how Najma claims she recognized Kamala’s potential in Episode 3.

Kamala might engage in combat alongside a supercharged Red Dagger in a typical MCU remake.

Knight hasn’t been confirmed for Nia DaCosta’s The Marvels, but Red Dagger might show up with Kamala.

Kareem would appear in her introduction to the superpowered team of Ms. Marvel, Captain Marvel (Brie Larson), and Monica Rambeau’s Photon, should he survives to the end of the story and travels back to America with the Khan family (Teyonah Parris).

There is no news on whether Ms. Marvel will have a second season, but if it does, it seems to reason that Red Dagger will return to finish the storyline from his comic book source.

In the future, Red Dagger might possibly join forces with Danvers.

When Ms. Marvel takes a break from battling crime, Kareem joins a squad of Ms. Marvel impersonators called the Kamala Corps in the comics.

The trio defeats a little bad guy dubbed The Inventor, so it’s not difficult to picture Kareem turning up in something like Ms. Marvel Season 2.

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