In her comic, Khan, otherwise known as Ms. Wonder, ensures the streets of Jersey City. In the game, due out May 15, 2020, she will be a playable character, much the same as Captain America, Hulk, Black Widow, Thor and Iron Man of the Avengers.
Marvel appeared a two-minute trailer for the video game at Comic Con on Friday.
“I was just some weird kid from Jersey who didn’t fit in,” Khan says in the clasp.
The superhuman, a Pakistani-American youngster who is herself an enormous Marvel fan, made her presentation in 2013 and turned into Marvel’s first Muslim character to lead a comic book in 2014. Author G. Willow Wilson and artist Adrian Alphona presented the character, whose guardians are settlers from Pakistan.
In the video game, Khan will have a move that shows off her “embiggening power.” According to the story in the comic, the character grew super powers — the capacity to change size and shape — in the wake of being presented to an antiquated alien mist.
“Kamala Khan is the defining ingredient that makes our game stand apart from any Avengers story you’ve experienced before,” said Shaun Escayg, inventive executive at game producer Crystal Dynamics, in an announcement. The character is played through movement catch by Sandra Saad (see trailer underneath).
The Jersey City hero’s profile is rapidly ascending in the bigger Marvel universe. In August, Kevin Feige, leader of Marvel Studios, reported that Khan would get her own real to life TV series on Disney Plus and will formally join the Marvel Cinematic Universe to show up in future Marvel films.
Bisha K. Ali (Hulu’s “Four Weddings and A Funeral”) will be the showrunner and author of the Ms. Wonder arrangement. Disney Plus launches on Nov. 12 and expenses $6.99 every month, or $69 every year.
Kathreen Khavari (“Big Little Lies”) voiced Kamala Khan/Ms. Wonder in the animated 2018 movie “Marvel Rising Secret Warriors” on the Disney Channel.
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