Warning: This article contains spoilers for Ms. Marvel. Read at your own risk!
Ms. Marvel Episode 3 unpacked so much in the history and lineage of Kamala Khan as she discovers the roots of Aisha, her great-grandmother. In the flashback scene, eagle-eyed fans noticed that there is a surprising connection to Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings. How did the symbol end up there?
Ms. Marvel Reveals A Surprising Connection To Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings
In Ms. Marvel Episode 3, Destined, Najma reveals to Kamala so much about Aisha, the hero’s great-grandmother, and while her reputation was tarnished in their community, Kamala had faith in her roots and she learns that they are from a different dimension called the Noor Dimension where, like its name, producing light is a common ability.
In a flashback scene while Najma tells Kamala the story, they were looking for two bangles that they need to get back home to the Noor Dimension. They were in a temple and they found one. bangle on a severed blue arm in the rubbles of a temple.
Aisha confirmed that the bangle is what they needed to get home to their dimension but they needed two and only one was there. Aisha decided that they had to make do with just one because they still had to try everything they could.
Surprisingly, when the ground shook as they were being cornered by the British, the logo of the Ten Rings is seen carved on the floor. The same logo appeared as early as Iron Man in 2008 and was later expounded in Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings. This easily connects Ms. Marvel to the whole narrative of the MCU.
In Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings, the father of the titular hero leads the organization called as the Ten Rings and with their insignia carved on the floor of a temple as early as 1942, it just goes to show how vast their power and control is around the world. It is exciting to see how everything will connect in the end.