The Marvels Gets Little Golden Book Ahead of Theatrical Release

A new Little Golden Book released in anticipation of The Marvels theatrical release later this year teases the superhero team-up in their new suits.

A new Little Golden Books release featuring Carol Danvers, Monica Rambeau and Kamala Khan teases the upcoming MCU team-up film. The Marvels.

As Marvel’s Phase 5 kicks off this year, fans can look forward to the long-awaited sequel to 2019’s. Captain Marvel. As the third installation of Phase 5, The Marvels unites three powerful characters the MCU introduced across Phases 3 and 4 in a quest to discover how their powers connect. The release of Marvel’s licensed Little Golden Book “Meet the Marvels” gives fans a new sneak peek into the characters before the film hits screens this summer.

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Meeting the Marvels

Danvers, Khan and Rambeau appear on the Little Golden Book cover as their superhero alter egos, Captain Marvel, Ms. Marvel and Spectrum, respectively. First introduced as part of Phase 3, Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel appeared in her titular film and 2019’s Avengers: Endgame before showing up in the post-credits scene of the 2021 Disney+ show Ms. Marvel. Iman Vellani reprises her role as Kamala Khan, who first debuted in Ms. Marvel (2021). Monica Rambeau’s first appearance in the MCU was as a child in Captain Marvel (2019), played by Akira and Azari Akbar, and returned as an adult, played by Teyonah Parris, in the MCU’s first Disney+ show, WandaVision (2021).

Rambeau only just discovered her powers in the final episodes of WandaVision and did not receive a superhero identity. However, this new The Marvels Little Golden Books addition suggests that she will take the superhero moniker of Spectrum in the film, keeping with one of her original comic identities. As of now, there is no official confirmation of Rambeau’s superhero name in the upcoming blockbuster, but the book may have revealed the name. Rambeau’s other moniker, Photon, was in honor of her mother, US Air Forces Pilot and SWORD founder, after her call sign.

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The Marvels picks up after the events of Ms. Marvel as the three superheroes try to navigate and understand how their powers affect each other following a mix-up where Captain Marvel and Ms. Marvel swap places when they use their abilities. While adjusting to their newfound connection, the film will also take this trio on a sprawling cosmic adventure and bring back a familiar enemy: the Kree Empire.

The Marvels hits theaters on July 28, 2023.

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