A Pakistani-American high school girl from Jersey City is the superhero in this new series. Full review. Now streaming on Disney+.
In the first episode of this tv series, the 16-year-old Pakistani-American superhero despairs of being allowed to go to a comic book convention, saying, “Anyway, it is not as if the brown girls are the ones who save the world.” Obviously, the point of this series is to disprove this defeatist point of view.
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