|This hero was proposed but was rejected by the community for not being admirable enough or lacks what is necessary to be a purely good hero. Therefore, this hero shall be added to our "Never Again List", where proposed heroes rejected by the community shall be placed to prevent future proposals of the same do-gooder. They can be proposed again (with the permission of an administrator) if new elements appear in their series that can change their status as non-PG heroes.|
Any act of adding this hero to the Pure Good category without a proposal or creating a proposal for this hero without the permission of an administrator will result in a ban.
|“||I've been fighting with one hand tied behind my back. What happens when I'm finally set free?||„|
|~ Carol Danvers in Captain Marvel|
Carol Danvers, also known as Captain Marvel, is a superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. She is the titular main protagonist of Captain Marvel, and a supporting character in Avengers: Endgame. An Air Force Lieutenant-turned-Colonel, Danvers had ran afoul of the despotic alien race; the Kree. She was endowed with cosmic powers by a Tesseract-powered light engine explosion.
She is portrayed by Brie Larson, who also portrayed Beatrice Leep in Hoot, Mason Weaver in Kong: Skull Island, and Envy Adams in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. McKenna Grace and London Fuller portray the a younger Carol; the former portrayed young Caroline Forbes in The Vampire Diaries, ycung Emma Swan in Once Upon a Time, young Sabrina Spellman in The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and voiced young Daphne Blake in Scoob. She was voiced by Nana Mizuki in the Japanese Dub.
Carol Danvers was the daughter of Joseph Danvers, and played many sports as a child (e.g. baseball).
Military Service and Gaining her Powers
Carol would join the United States Air Force, and befriend Maria Rambeau, and became her daughter's godmother, Monica. Danvers would meet Dr. Wendy Lawson, and became a contributor to Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S. on the Light-Speed Engine. During one test flight, both her and Lawson were struck down by unknown assailants. Lawson informed Danvers of who she was, and attempted to destroy the engine, but was killed by the assailant. When Carol went to destroy the engine herself, it exploded, and she absorbed its powers and was knocked unconscious.
The assailants were Starforce, a Kree unit led by Yon-Rogg, who decided to take Danvers as she could be some use since she absorbed the energy. She was taken to Hala where Yon-Rogg transfused his blood into her, and placed a Photon Inhibitor to suppress her powers and memories. Danvers was told that she was a Kree that had amnesia due to a Skrull attack, and went by the name "Vers" due it being the last letters on her damaged dog tag.
Captain Marvel (2019)
|“||I'm not gonna fight your war! I'm gonna end it!||„|
|~ Captain Marvel to Talos.|
Defeating the Kree
When Ronan arrived with his fleet, Danvers flew into combat by destroying ballistic missiles. After destroying the entire fleet, Ronan decided to retreat, and referred to Danvers as "a weapon". With Earth safe from the skies, Carol returned to the surface to face against Yon-Rogg. He attempted to start a fight in hand-to-hand, but Danvers blasted him in the chest, stating she had nothing to prove to him. While dragging him to his pod, she instructed him to tell Supreme intelligence that she as coming to end the wars and lies.
Carol returned to the Rambeau's home where they celebrated victory over the Kree, and was nicknamed "Marvel" by Fury. Carol then returned him his pager, having modified it so that she could call him.
Impact on Fury
After Captain Marvel left Earth, Fury realized that Earth needed an arsenal of superheroes who could protect it from threats. Fury decided to create the Avengers Initiative after Danvers' nickname, and the Avengers were assembled in 2012. The Avengers fought against many threats, fighting an Norse God, alien army, and a destructive artificial intelligence, but Fury didn't contact Carol with the transmitter. It's unknown why he didn't do so, but it's assumed that he didn't think the threats were that high, or she was unable to return due to her own adventures.
Call for Help
|“||Where is Fury?||„|
|~ Captain Marvel to the Avengers.|
|“||Listen, fur-face. I'm covering a lot of territory. The things that are happening on Earth are happening everywhere, on thousands of planets.||„|
|~ Captain Marvel to Rocket Raccoon.|
|“||I keep having these memories. I see flashes... I think I had a life here, but I can't tell if it's real.||„|
|~ Danvers on her amnesia.|
Your commander insists that you're fit to serve.
You struggle with your emotions, with your past which fuels them
|~ Supreme Intelligence and Captain Marvel.|
|“||I have nothing to prove to you.||„|
|~ Captain Marvel to Yon-Rogg after she is easily beaten with a photon explosion.|
|“||I can't go back empty-handed.||„|
|“|| You won't be empty-handed.|
I'm sending you with a message. Tell the Supreme Intelligence that I'm coming to end it. The war, the lies, all of it.
|~ Yon-Rogg and Captain Marvel.|
- She is the first superheroine to get a titular solo film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, second will be Black Widow in an upcoming film.
- She is a fan of Guns N' Roses.
- Captain Marvel was supposed to appear in Avengers: Age of Ultron, as she was originally in the script, but was removed when it got released.
- She was also suppose to appear in Jessica Jones when it was going to air on ABC, but Trish Walker filled in the role when it got made, and the show went to Netflix.
- Ronda Rousey, Katheryn Winnick, Natalie Dormer, Emily Blunt, Katee Sackhoff, Yvonne Strahovski, and Rebecca Ferguson were rumored for the role of Carol Danvers before Brie Larson was cast.
- Since Captain Marvel is going to have her own sequel, she is going to be a major character of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.