Hopefully this sketch of 1980’s era Ms. Marvel will be a full fledged illustration by then.
She doesn’t look a day over 40!
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Ms. Marvel
From Marvel.com/universe
“Captain Marvel’s mortal enemy, Colonel Yon-Rogg kidnapped Carol, using her as bait in his conflict with Mar-vell. In the course of the battle, Carol and Mar-vell were caught in the explosion of a Kree Psyche-Magneton device. The energy bombardment somehow caused Carol’s genetic structure to be melded with Mar-vell’s. While Mar-vell was apparently unaltered by the event, Carol was now a perfect hybrid of Kree and human genes. In addition, she possessed all of Mar-vell’s Kree knowledge and training. Through this transformation, Ms. Marvel was born.”
You can read about the upcoming movie, Captain Marvel, here at marvelcinematicuniverse(boy that’s a mouthful).com and here at cinemablend.com.

People don’t realize (or don’t care to admit) that Carol Danvers actually debuted in 1968 as a supporting character for Captain Marvel (Image Courtesy of Diversions of the Groovey Kind) a series written by Stan Lee and Roy Thomas and illustrated by my favorite Marvel cartoonist, Gene (the Dean) Colan.

Captain Marvel

Carol Danvers was a regular supporting character in the late 1960’s Captain Marvel series.