Fabulous. Now I'm in trouble, too. This has to have happened for a reason. I saved one life. Does it stop there or do I go on? Maybe this is what I've been waiting for. Maybe I'm finally part of something... bigger.
Wait a minute. I have super-powers. I saved somebody's life on Friday. I am 911! But -- everybody's expecting Ms. Marvel. Ms. Marvel from the news. With the hair and the spandex and the Avengers swag. Not a sixteen-year-old brown girl with a 9 pm curfew. Too late for second thoughts. Don't worry, Bruno... help is on the way.
Ammi and Abu taught me to always think about the greater good. To defend people who can't defend themselves, even if it means putting yourself at risk. I wish they could see that that's exactly what I'm trying to do.
Yeah, we've gotta do something drastic. But not this. This is not saving the world. This is admitting the world is over. This is saying our generation will never matter. But we have to matter. If we don't, there is no future worth saving.
You know those days you sometimes have? The days that seem totally ordinary when you wake up, but by the time you go to sleep that night, your whole life is divided into before that day and after that day? This is one of those days.
School, Avengers, my regular bi-weekly dungeon group in Ancient Scrolls Online... it's all great, but it's what Abu would call a problem of plenty. And the thing about a problem of plenty is... it's still a problem.
The Cadets and I went to bust some kid who was planning to melt his own high school and I was totally cool with it but then I found out this kid is my friend and he hasn't actually done anything wrong yet and now I don't know what to do --
Hey... so... Lunella... I'm leaving you this message. I know you been through a lot. But I need you to hang in there. The world needs you... I know that the change is hard for you. But growing up is hard for everyone. You've been given gifts, Lunella. Even when being an Inhuman feels like a curse... have faith that there's a purpose. And one day soon, all your awesome parts will learn to work together... and if you ever need me, just call. I'll be there for you.
I am literally a child who can't even vote and even I know that's incredibly irresponsible! Take him home to your... your Star-Cave or whatever! I have to go round up the guys who got away! Because of my super-powers!
Gwenpool, I don't know where you think you're from. Or what you think you've read -- but corruption and injustice and racism can infiltrate authority structures all by themselves, without a super villain's help.
This is one of my biggest fears. The fear that while I was off being a hero, I was actually paying attention to the wrong things... and something quieter but worse was happening while I thought I was saving the world.
There are times when this life spent protecting what matters makes you feel completely alone. But when you have the trust of those youlove -- when you know they're rooting for you as you face the unknown... then you're not alone.
We knowthey haven't changed. No matter what face they put on it, they don't care about us. All Roxxon wants is to use "Kamala's Law" to scare kids into silence. To never speak up against their policies because morals are bad for business. Whatever they're planning with this app and the whole image rehab thing? It's all to keep the law in the books. And they're ready to fight dirty to do it. I know this is going to sound wild coming from me, guys, but maybe, just maybe... ...we've got to fight just as dirty. We fought fair and they made us outlaws anyway, thinking it would weaken us. But they made a huge mistake. They brought the fight to us. To a teenager's ultimate battleground-- the internet. If they wanted to force us to play dirty? They're in for the fight of their lives.
The Terrigen Cloud's going to... expand or something. In just a few days, the whole planet will be poison to the mutants. They attacked us now because they didn't think they had a choice. Unless they destroy that cloud... they leave the Earth or they die.