There are many characters named “Ms. Marvel”, and I guess it can be confusing to people who aren’t experts. So here’s an orientation (Wikipedia would say “disambiguation”) page for your convenience.
Carol Danvers – modern profiles series
Carol Danvers operated as Ms. Marvel for a long time, though she’s also gone by “Binary”, “Warbird” and others before becoming “Captain Marvel”. Here is our main series of profiles about her.
Carol Danvers – older profiles series
This continues Carol Danvers’ career, but this is much older material we’re working on replacing.
|Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers) during the 1980s, with the black leotard and lightning bold symbol.|
|Carol Danvers as the cosmically-powered Binary.|
|Carol Danvers as Warbird during the 1990s.|
This is the Ms. Marvel of the 2010s – 16-year-old Kamala Khan from New Jersey. The best-known one after Carol Danvers.
|Kamala in her earliest career, as she discovers her powers and sets up her Ms. Marvel identity.|
|Kamala still during her early career, but already more experienced and confident.|
Sharon Ventura used the Ms. Marvel name during the 1980s, though her career was more tragic than successful. She also went as She-Thing at points. These are very old profiles, though there’s a request to modernize them.
|Sharon during her early career, before becoming the She-Thing.|
|Sharon as the She-Thing.|
Karla Sofen (a.k.a. Moonstone, a.k.a. Meteorite) briefly used the Ms. Marvel identity and costume as one of the “Dark Avengers”.
|Karla has a series of profile too, but here’s the one covering the era where she goes by Ms. Marvel.|
DC Comics’s Mary Marvel can be confused with Ms. Marvel, but there’s no relation aside from the somewhat similar names.
|Mary Marvel, another close ally of Captain Marvel. Quick, old notes.|
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