You don’t see nearly as many successful legacy characters in Marvel as you do in DC, but Captain Marvel (and Ms. Marvel) makes for one of Marvel’s strongest progressions through time. You have sevearl separate core characters that have occupied a “Marvel” title over time, and to make matters even more complicated, DC of course has their own Captain Marvel and Marvel Family! [Read more…] about Captain Marvel / Ms. Marvel Reading Order
Writer G. Willow Wilson continues to close out Kamala Khan’s first volume by featuring a team-up between Ms. Marvels old and new. Guest-starring Carol Danvers, the duo embark on an impromptu adventure that is as much light-hearted fun as it is emotionally tear-jerking. [Read more…] about MS. MARVEL #17 Review: “Talking Jersey City End of the World Blues!”
By way of Marvel’s fuzzy cover-numbering math, this month’s Captain Marvel marks the 100th issue of Carol Danvers starring in a super hero comic. Artist David Lopez offers a delightfully retro-slanted tribute to John Romita Senior’s 1977 Ms. Marvel #1 featuring the current status quo but the overt commemorations pretty much stop there. [Read more…] about CAPTAIN MARVEL #10 Review: “Happy Milestone, Carol!”
Here we are, 9 issues in following the adventures of Kamala as she continues to combat against the power of the inventor and his crazy machinery and monsters. Surprisingly enough, we’ve gone this far without Kamala getting bogged down in some form of crossover or event tie-in. Even Inhumanity, the event you would think this title would have been attached to. And subtracting the issues with Wolverine, this title has also remained free of constantly rotating guest stars to boast (though I’m still waiting for the inevitable crossover/guest-star-appearance-issues with Captain Marvel). So is this ninth issue just as good as the rest?
G. Willow Wilson continues to inject Ms. Marvel with more of the Marvel Universe, while at the same time keeping the title its own distinct entity separate from the rest of the universe. Adrian Alphona returns for art duties after Jake Wyatt filled in for the last two issues. After the first five issues introduced us to Kamala and her world, issues 6 and 7 injected the X-Men (or Wolverine) into her title, and now this arc begins to insert the Inhumans (she doesn’t know she is one). This is being done one step at a time by introducing an adorable magic animal (I know he’s not “magical”) in the form of Lockjaw as Kamala’s new pet. [Read more…] about Ms. Marvel #8 Review! Teleporting Mustachioed Dogs