Captain Marvel Might Turn EVIL

Captain Marvel’s been in the comics for a few months, as the hero found himself in an alternative dystopian version of New York, and then when she returned, her powers began to go on the fritz and a new hero is trying to take her place. It doesn’t seem that things will get any easier, at least according to a fresh tease for Captain Marvel #12, which the hero will obviously try to take down her own team in the Avengers and going full-on Darth Marvel.

The question behind the Dark character 

The description suggests Carol will be challenged to kill the Avengers, and asks the question, “Has one of the most powerful heroes in the world gone dark?” That’s backed up by the two covers for the problem, which provides her a brand new costume complete with a full mask and a red star that covers everything.

Main cover shows destroyed heroes

Main cover shows destroyed heroes
Cover portraying Evil Captain Marvel

The fundamental cover has Carol encompassed by the crushed Avengers, including her companion She-Hulk, and holding Thor by the neck. The subsequent spread demonstrates her exposed, and her eyes are shining red, so maybe she is being controlled? Is it Carol by any means? We have bunches of inquiries, however it appears we’ll be seeing what a world with an underhanded Captain Marvel resembles in the not so distant future, and that is an extremely alarming idea.

Another cover released 

Another cover released
Evil Captain Marvel set to destroy Avengers


Captain Marvel has fought off alien hordes. Rescued X-Men. Punched Thanos in the face. Literally saved the world. She now faces her greatest challenge: kill the Avengers. Has one of the world’s most powerful heroes gone dark? But why? And what does this mean for Carol…for the world? Life on earth will never be the same. Kelly Thompson teams up with Eisner-nominated artist Lee Garbett for a brand-new arc – and a bold new direction!


What do you think of these covers? Do you like the Dark side of Captain Marvel? Tell us in the comments below.


Source: Comicbook, Screenrant

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