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  • Ms. Marvel #3 Review: Super Famous – Part III

    G. Willow Wilson brings the first arc of Ms. Marvel to a very satisfying conclusion in “Super Famous, Part III”, showing Kamala Khan’s growth along the way.  Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Ms. Marvel #19 Review: The Last Days – Part IV

    This month’s issue of Ms. Marvel concluded Kamala Khan’s story during the pre-Secret Wars arc. That’s not to say that she won’t return post-Secret Wars, but it was sad to see things ending for her, even if temporarily. Kamala’s mother revealed that she knew her daughter was Ms. Marvel all along. The fact that Kamala […]


  • Ms. Marvel #17 Review: Last Days – Part II

    The second issue of Ms. Marvel’s tie-in to Secret Wars came out this week, and it brought the team-up we have all been waiting for. It was a treat to watch Kamala Khan working with Carol Danvers, her idol, and trying to make the best of time before the end of the world. We have […]


  • Ms. Marvel #16 Review: Last Days – Part I

    While Ms. Marvel does exist in the Marvel Universe, the series hasn’t necessarily been linked to major events in the past. That’s why seeing the series being tied to Secret Wars came as a surprise to me. The Marvel Universe has ended, and showing Kamala Khan’s last days on Earth felt like a very different […]


  • Ms. Marvel #13 Review: Crushed – Part I

    This month’s issue of Ms. Marvel had Kamala Khan developing a crush on a boy and dealing with other Inhumans coming to Jersey City. I liked how writer G. Willow Wilson laid the groundwork for a bigger story involving the Inhumans and how it will no doubt change the Marvel Universe as a whole. It was […]


  • Ms. Marvel #12 Review: Loki In Love

    Ms. Marvel #12 was pretty much Valentine’s Day filler, and it would’ve been a very bad excuse to introduce Loki if not for G. Willow Wilson’s entertaining writing style and the humorous art by Takeshi Miyazawa. It’s fun to see heroes sit back and deal with their relationships, rather than go after villains in every issue […]


  • Ms. Marvel #10 Review: Generation Why Part 3

    This month’s issue of Ms. Marvel finally made me understand why the new arc is called ‘Generation Why’. I liked how G. Willow Wilson handled expressing teenage thoughts in the story and what it means to be important in this world. Ms. Marvel’s mission to save kidnapped teenagers didn’t exactly go as planned. I was […]


  • Ms. Marvel # 9 Review: Generation Why Part 2

    This month’s issue of Ms. Marvel revealed more about Kamala’s powers and her determination to save New Jersey. She also got to meet Medusa, queen of the Inhumans. Last month’s issue of Ms. Marvel ended with a cliffhanger, and I was really worried about her well-being. She wasn’t doing much damage to the giant robot […]


  • Ms. Marvel #8 Review

    This month’s issue of Ms. Marvel started a new arc for Kamala Khan, and paired her up with the Inhuman dog, Lockjaw. The art returned to its unique whimsical look and the writing made it one of the best issues in the series. I’m really enjoying G. Willow Wilson’s take on Kamala. It’s as if […]


  • Ms. Marvel #7 Review

    This month’s issue of Ms. Marvel continued Kamala Khan’s first-ever superhero team-up with the iconic Wolverine. The issue had a perfect balance of humor, fight sequences, and a good story. It also marked the start of a new arc for the young superhero. When news of Kamala first surfaced, there were concerns about whether or […]