Zelma Stanton, a magic user and Sanctum librarian who serves as Doctor Strange s apprentice inMarvel comics, will be joining Marvel sIronheartseries. The role of Zelma Stanton will be played byRegan Aliyah, and we have provided an image that shows Aliyah s comic-accurate appearance will be like this. Please see the image below.
Who Is Zelma Stanton In Marvel Comics?
In Marvel Comics, Zelma Stanton first appeared inDoctor Strange Vol. 4 #2, which was published in 2015. Zelma is a librarian at the New York Public Library, where she becomes acquainted with Doctor Strange. She is depicted as a supportive and knowledgeable ally to Doctor Strange, often assisting him in his magical adventures and research. Stanton plays a major role in the comics, within the realm of the supernatural and mystical. She possesses a deep understanding of occult knowledge and serves as a valuable resource for Doctor Strange s magical pursuits. Her expertise and assistance have proven invaluable to Doctor Strange on multiple occasions.
Who Is Regan Aliyah?
Regan Aliyah is best known for her role as Amaya in the Netflix seriesFamily Reunion, which premiered in 2019. Aliyah is also a talented singer who shows her singing abilities through various performances and covers shared on social media platforms like Instagram and YouTube.
Ironheart is created byChinaka Hodgefor Disney+. In the series,Dominique Thornewill play the role ofRiri Williams/Ironheart. It also starsAnthony Ramosas Parker Robbins/The Hood (See set images),Sacha Baron Cohenas Mephisto, Jim Rash as the Dean of MIT, Lyric Ross as Williams s best friend, Manny Montana, Alden Ehrenreich, Shea Coule , Zoe Terakes, Regan Aliyah, Shakira Barrera, and Sonia Denis.
The series follows fifteen-year-old super-genius Riri Williams builds her own suit of advanced armor and leads a life of adventure, crime-fighting, and humanitarianism as the Super Hero known as Ironheart.
Ironheart is set to premiere on Disney+ in early 2024. The series consists of six episodes, with the first three directed by Sam Bailey and the last three directed by Angela Barnes.