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Ms. Marvel Just Claimed A Shocking MCU Title



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As reported by Rotten Tomatoes, “Ms. Marvel” has officially become the titleholder for Marvel’s highest-rated TV series or film with a final Tomatometer rating of 98%. The show’s first season recently aired its sixth and final episode on July 13. At this point in time, every episode of the series has received a 92% score or higher. 

“This show is for Marvel fans,” explained Iman Vellani in a July 7 interview with NME. “If you’re a real Marvel fan, if any of those review bombers consider themselves a Marvel fan, then this show’s for them too. We wanted Ms. Marvel to be a love letter to Marvel fans.” Describing the review bomb haters, Vellani added: “I think change is scary for a lot of people. And having a show that surrounds a 16-year-old girl who’s Pakistani and Muslim and a superhero is scary for a lot of people. I think this is just gonna rip the Band-Aid off and hopefully, people will fall in love with her.” And fall in love they certainly did. 

Before the “Ms. Marvel” debut, Marvel’s “Black Panther” and “Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” were the top two highest-rated MCU projects on Rotten Tomatoes with scores of 96% and 95%, respectively. It only took one episode for “Ms. Marvel” to leapfrog the two of them and temporarily situate itself into first place with a 97% Tomatometer rating (via Axios). The final 98% rating is a compilation of all six episodes. 



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