Fans of the Marvel Comics world were shocked and dismayed when reports of the death of Ms. Marvel, aka Kamala Khan, began circulating online. Spoilers for “The Amazing Spider-Man” #26 spread the word that Ms. Marvel would die in Spider-Man’s embrace, and the Fantastic Four spread the news. Many commenters voiced their displeasure at the character’s untimely demise, calling it insulting and needless. After making her debut in 2013, Ms. Marvel swiftly gained popularity thanks to her likable character and unconventional history as a Muslim superhero. The release of her first live-action Disney+ series only added to her star power. Many readers of “Fallen Friend: The Death of Ms. Marvel,” the Marvel Comics issue that announced her death, were confused by the decision to take off such a popular character. The one-shot comic will have contributions from G, Kamala Khan’s co-creator, and other notable artists. All three of these people: Willow Wilson, Saladin Ahmed, and Mark Waid. The comic will take readers on an emotional roller coaster as they say farewell to a beloved character. While her passing is tragic, Ms. Marvel will live on in comic book lore as a pioneer who paved the way for future female superheroes.