10 Marvel heroes who deserve their own TV series

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4. Ghost Rider

Robbie Reyes debuted on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. last year as a widely beloved anti-hero. The ABC series wasn’t able to sustain the budget to keep his CGI going, another network would be able to.

If Marvel doesn’t plan to remake the Ghost Rider film series, then why not continue exploring the character on television. S.H.I.E.L.D. introduced him, but there’s still plenty left to learn about Reyes.

Marvel has also mentioned their desire to seep things rated PG-13 in the movie universe. Even though Nicholas Cage is hoping for an R-rated version of the well-liked vigilante, it seems like he won’t be making any film appearances in the near future.

However, he would make a good fit for the Netflix Marvel universe. In fact, a few years ago Ghost Rider was rumored to be considered for his own series alongside Moon Knight.

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3. Kamala Khan 

It’s shocking that nothing has been done with Kamala Khan, one of the most popular modern Marvel characters. The young teenager is expected to make her debut in an animated television series, but it’s high time she gets some of her own recognition.

Khan has all the makings of a strong female lead, and can easily slip into the role of audience surrogate. Khan, who becomes Ms. Marvel when Carol Danvers took on the title of Captain Marvel, is the perfect young hero. She even writes superhero fan fiction, like many comic book readers do and she openly fangirls over other heroes.

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With the emergences of Runaways and Cloak & DaggerMarvel is making an active attempt to appeal to younger audience. Kamala exudes positivity which would be a stark contrast from the other two shows.

She would be a fun addition to the roster of Marvel Television and would have some fun crossover events. Hey, even Brie Larson could make an appearance on the series — one of those elusive Marvel film/tv crossovers that are so rare nowadays.