After everything that happened at Ms. Marvel Disney Plus, many fans were surprised when the third episode revealed a lot of Kamala Khan’s background, including Noor Dimension Marvel and her grandmother’s past.
In the end, Kamala Khan is introduced as a Clandestine as well as not an Inhumans based on the comics. Since the third episode, fans have had to give up the expectation that Kamala Khan is one of the Inhumans, but that’s not to say that’s the absolute truth about her origins. Now, we can find out about Noor Dimension.
About Noor Dimension Marvel
Ms. Marvel is so far halfway there as a Disney Plus show. While the series is still ongoing, we get to see a lot of things about him, Kamala Khan, and also what’s going on around him. The character is expected to have a significant impact on The Marvels film, which brings Brie Larson back as Carol Danvers.
Before that happens, we must follow her struggles as a teenager and her struggles with her newfound powers in Ms. Marvel. The crazy truth about the bracelet is slowly being revealed. One of the new revelations in the third episode is about Dimension Noor.
In Episode 3 Ms. Marvel’s Kamala Khan discovers that her great-grandmother is a Djinn and a member of the ClanDestines, a group of Djinn exiled from the Noor Dimension. ClanDestines have been trapped on Earth since 1942, with Najma (the woman from Kamala’s vision) revealing that the bracelet holds the key to their return home.
Then, he enlists the help of his best friend, Bruno Carrelli, to help research Noor and Djinn’s knowledge. When Bruno says that this all refers to interdimensional travel, he specifically mentions Dr. Erik Selvig, Stellan Skarsgard character from the Thor franchise.
This could be a clue to a relationship about power, meaning the Noor Dimension is part of cosmic things. But on another theory, maybe will bring us to a connection with Doctor Strange, probably.
The mere mention of the paper involving interdimensional travel could be a hint that Selvig managed to chronicle his experiences in Thor, The Avengers, and Thor: The Dark World, which makes sense since all three adventures involve traveling to different worlds and opening all manner of portals.
And just as the battle had just begun, Kamala witnessed a train sighting, surprising Najma and the ClanDestines, which led to their capture. The train in the vision has the Karachi label on the front, potentially hinting that the train is related to the Muneeba family who fled during Partition. In Episode 2, Yusuf Khan, Kamala’s father, explains that the Muneeba family must take the last train to Karachi to save themselves from danger.
It is unknown if the train in the vision came from the Noor Dimension, but it is possible that Aisha sent it as a diversion to save her great-grandchildren from harm. This could also be Aisha’s way of communicating with Kamala and the rest of her family, considering that her Nanni also saw the vision.
Perhaps this indicates that Kamala’s grandmother has another bracelet, explaining how she too can see the vision. In the MCU, dimensions are a separate concept to alternate Earths or the Multiverse in general. Two good examples are the Dark Dimension from the Doctor Strange franchise, a world where the dangerous Dormammu resides, and Ta Lo from Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, a mystical village where the Great Protector lives.
Whatever the case, it’s clear that Noor’s Dimension will be thoroughly explored in the final three episodes of Ms. Marvel, and the bigger picture will become clearer once Kamala discovers the truth behind her bracelet, Djinn, and original legacy.