Captain Marvel, also known as Carol Danvers, is a superhero in the Marvel Comics universe. Created by writer Roy Thomas and artist Gene Colan, Captain Marvel first appeared in Marvel Super-Heroes #13 in 1967.
Carol Danvers was a U.S. Air Force officer who gained superhuman abilities after being exposed to an explosion involving Kree technology. As Captain Marvel, she possesses superhuman strength, flight, and the ability to project energy blasts.
Captain Marvel has been a member of various superhero teams throughout her history, including the Avengers, the X-Men, and the Guardians of the Galaxy. She has also had various story arcs and relationships with other Marvel characters, including a romantic relationship with fellow superhero, War Machine.
In recent years, Captain Marvel has become a prominent figure in the Marvel Comics universe, particularly with the release of the 2019 film, "Captain Marvel," which starred Brie Larson in the titular role. The film explored Captain Marvel's origin story and her journey to becoming a powerful superhero.
In addition to her role in comics and film, Captain Marvel has also become a symbol of female empowerment and representation in the superhero genre. She has been celebrated for her strength, resilience, and determination, and has become a role model for many fans, particularly young girls and women.
Overall, Captain Marvel is a beloved and iconic part of the Marvel Comics universe, known for her heroic deeds, superhuman abilities, and unwavering commitment to justice and protecting the world from evil. She continues to inspire fans of all ages and backgrounds, and remains a vital part of the Marvel universe.