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She can fly
While our first glimpse of Carol in the trailer features less flying than it does falling, she has the power to fly at supersonic speeds that would rival even Quicksilver. If that’s not impressive enough, she can also leave the atmosphere and fly through space, reaching truly astounding speeds and approaching the speed of light. One thing she can’t do, though, is survive without air, so she does need an oxygen mask or her handy dandy Kree helmet when voyaging between the stars.
She’s super strong
As a result of a freak accident and/or alien experiments, Carol’s is a human/Kree hybrid, with the incredible strength of a Kree warrior like Guardians of the Galaxy‘s Ronan the Accuser. While she puts that strength to a lot of uses (i.e., lifting really heavy stuff, breaking down barricades), what Carol really loves to do is punch things. Whether it’s a Skrull disguised as an old lady, a bud-eyed alien, a giant robot, or a shark, Carol is definitely up for punching it. Really hard. On a normal day, Captain Marvel can punch as hard as the Kree—which is pretty hard, as we know from Guardians of the Galaxy and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.—but if she’s been able to absorb enough energy (see below), she can become unimaginably strong. Ouch, glad I’m not that old lady.
She’s super durable
Falling from the atmosphere through the roof of a Blockbuster Video would be enough to kill most people. Not Carol. She can withstand nearly anything you throw at her, whether it’s a fall from space, a dose of poison, or a punch from Thanos. And, depending at what you throw at Carol, she might just throw it right back at you.
She can absorb and project energy
I’m personally pretty excited to see Carol break out those Binary powers. Let us know which powers you’re excited to see Captain Marvel use on the big screen!
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