Captain Marvel, Volume 2: Down

Captain Marvel, Volume 2: Down

Former Captain Marvel Monica Rambeau teams up with Carol Danvers to uncover a mechanical mystery - a deep sea danger decades in the making - and when an indestructible menace rises from the depth, the two women take sisterhood to new heights as they combine forces to bring it down! But as Carol returns home after the encounter she finds herself a changed woman. Something i Former Captain Marvel Monica Rambeau teams up with Carol Danvers to uncover a mechanical mystery - a deep sea danger deca...

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Title:Captain Marvel, Volume 2: Down
Author:Kelly Sue DeConnick
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:Captain Marvel, Volume 2: Down
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:136 pages pages

Captain Marvel, Volume 2: Down Reviews

  • Renata
    Nov 05, 2013

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

    I really want to love this series but it keeps disappointing me. My main complaint: I had no idea what was going on or who the other characters were. It's only been a few months since I read the previous volume, I can't have forgotten all of it, can I? Who is Monica? What are her power...

    This was very disappointing. The first half was OK, but if I hadn't read up in other locations about who Monica was it would have meant nothing to me. I don't expect recap of years of history for new readers when each issue is so short, but the source of their rivalry was very unclear ...

    3.5 stars. I didn't realise when I borrowed this from the library that it was volume 2, which was more than a little annoying as I know practically nothing about Captain Marvel except that she's a badass and a pilot and Marvel are making a Captain Marvel movie. Thankfully, Wikipedia he...

    Really enjoying DeConnick's Captain Marvel run. One of the best things is that Carol is allowed to have female friends and they talk to about their passions, worry about each other, and enjoy one anothers' company. That is harder to find in comics than some would think. I also love tha...

    For all the work they did establishing Carol Danvers badasskickery in the last Volume, they undo a bunch of it here. I understand part of it is for the story narrative, but too much of it makes her into an idiot, immature, and dumb. Also, this version (written by the same author as the...

    Why I am so behind on comics: this book came out in June. I ordered it for my library in June. It finally got processed and sent to me... yesterday. In November. But it was worth the wait. I love everything about this!! Carol, obv, but also Monica and Jess and Wendy and Kit and CHE...

  • Nadine Jones
    Mar 24, 2019

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

    I really want to love this series but it keeps disappointing me. My main complaint: I had no idea what was going on or who the other characters were. It's only been a few months since I read the previous volume, I can't have forgotten all of it, can I? Who is Monica? What are her power...

  • Nikki
    Dec 25, 2013

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

  • Justin
    Dec 12, 2013

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

    I really want to love this series but it keeps disappointing me. My main complaint: I had no idea what was going on or who the other characters were. It's only been a few months since I read the previous volume, I can't have forgotten all of it, can I? Who is Monica? What are her power...

    This was very disappointing. The first half was OK, but if I hadn't read up in other locations about who Monica was it would have meant nothing to me. I don't expect recap of years of history for new readers when each issue is so short, but the source of their rivalry was very unclear ...

    3.5 stars. I didn't realise when I borrowed this from the library that it was volume 2, which was more than a little annoying as I know practically nothing about Captain Marvel except that she's a badass and a pilot and Marvel are making a Captain Marvel movie. Thankfully, Wikipedia he...

    Really enjoying DeConnick's Captain Marvel run. One of the best things is that Carol is allowed to have female friends and they talk to about their passions, worry about each other, and enjoy one anothers' company. That is harder to find in comics than some would think. I also love tha...

    For all the work they did establishing Carol Danvers badasskickery in the last Volume, they undo a bunch of it here. I understand part of it is for the story narrative, but too much of it makes her into an idiot, immature, and dumb. Also, this version (written by the same author as the...

    Why I am so behind on comics: this book came out in June. I ordered it for my library in June. It finally got processed and sent to me... yesterday. In November. But it was worth the wait. I love everything about this!! Carol, obv, but also Monica and Jess and Wendy and Kit and CHE...

    A bit of a mishmash of disconnected stories compared to the solid arc of the previous volume. Each of the brief tales collected here seems to be a little bit of a stall, not really building to anything important. I can't say I was particularly thrilled by a random giant robot battle or...

    In the second volume of DeConnick's initial Captain Marvel run, Carol teams up with another previous Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau, to uncover a deep sea threat near Louisiana. Once that's dealt with however, she has her own problems to deal with, one that may cause her to lose n...

    This is a great follow-up to the first volume. Having had the chance to trade her destiny with Helen Cobb, Carol has chosen to be Captain Marvel in name and in mission, and now that is threatened. Her ability to fly, her neighbors, the people she cares about, and her life is threatened...

    Now I am angry too, for the way Marvel treated Carol Danvers in Ciivl War 2 and in her new solo series. This book made me like Carol, this volume made me want to read more of her. It's so much better than everything since they cut off her hair. ...

    Five stars for the story, 3.5 stars for the art- I don't know why, I just wasn't as much of a fan of the art style for issues 9-12, I thought Carol looked kinda weird. But the story was great! ...

    Hate when the art style changes half way through a series.... ...

    I picked this up from the library along with volume one and I almost regretted because I didn't enjoy the first book. The story here is better, but goes on a bit too long. The first part of this book involves a former Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau, and a giant robot that rises out ...

    Kelly Sue DeConnick continues her run on Captain Marvel with it's second volume, Down. The graphic novel deals with two separate plots. In the first one, Carol must work with Monica Rambeau, the second Captain Marvel, to solve a problem off the coast of New Orleans. In the process, she...

    Well.... World: I hate the art, all the artists so far on this book have not been my cup of tea. It's not just the art, it's the colors and the sense of motion for a Captain Marvel book, it's just...not good. The world building for this book is also a bit wonky. For Marvel fans I th...

    This Captain Marvel series by Kelly Sue DeConnick has shown a lot of potential but has always fallen a little short of the mark. As good as the writing and stories are I always found something in them to turn me off. The hectic pace, splintered storylines and token appearances from the...

    This really is one of the better superhero comics I've read in years, up at the top of my current recommendation list with Fraction's Hawkeye and Vaughan's Runaways. The second trade forgoes the time-traveling for some straightforward supervillain battling, to great effect. The firs...

  • Ashley
    Jul 07, 2015

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

  • Aaron
    Nov 13, 2014

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

  • Cathy
    Dec 31, 2014

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

    I really want to love this series but it keeps disappointing me. My main complaint: I had no idea what was going on or who the other characters were. It's only been a few months since I read the previous volume, I can't have forgotten all of it, can I? Who is Monica? What are her power...

    This was very disappointing. The first half was OK, but if I hadn't read up in other locations about who Monica was it would have meant nothing to me. I don't expect recap of years of history for new readers when each issue is so short, but the source of their rivalry was very unclear ...

  • Anne
    Jul 09, 2013

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

  • Gina
    Sep 10, 2017

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

    I really want to love this series but it keeps disappointing me. My main complaint: I had no idea what was going on or who the other characters were. It's only been a few months since I read the previous volume, I can't have forgotten all of it, can I? Who is Monica? What are her power...

    This was very disappointing. The first half was OK, but if I hadn't read up in other locations about who Monica was it would have meant nothing to me. I don't expect recap of years of history for new readers when each issue is so short, but the source of their rivalry was very unclear ...

    3.5 stars. I didn't realise when I borrowed this from the library that it was volume 2, which was more than a little annoying as I know practically nothing about Captain Marvel except that she's a badass and a pilot and Marvel are making a Captain Marvel movie. Thankfully, Wikipedia he...

    Really enjoying DeConnick's Captain Marvel run. One of the best things is that Carol is allowed to have female friends and they talk to about their passions, worry about each other, and enjoy one anothers' company. That is harder to find in comics than some would think. I also love tha...

    For all the work they did establishing Carol Danvers badasskickery in the last Volume, they undo a bunch of it here. I understand part of it is for the story narrative, but too much of it makes her into an idiot, immature, and dumb. Also, this version (written by the same author as the...

    Why I am so behind on comics: this book came out in June. I ordered it for my library in June. It finally got processed and sent to me... yesterday. In November. But it was worth the wait. I love everything about this!! Carol, obv, but also Monica and Jess and Wendy and Kit and CHE...

    A bit of a mishmash of disconnected stories compared to the solid arc of the previous volume. Each of the brief tales collected here seems to be a little bit of a stall, not really building to anything important. I can't say I was particularly thrilled by a random giant robot battle or...

    In the second volume of DeConnick's initial Captain Marvel run, Carol teams up with another previous Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau, to uncover a deep sea threat near Louisiana. Once that's dealt with however, she has her own problems to deal with, one that may cause her to lose n...

    This is a great follow-up to the first volume. Having had the chance to trade her destiny with Helen Cobb, Carol has chosen to be Captain Marvel in name and in mission, and now that is threatened. Her ability to fly, her neighbors, the people she cares about, and her life is threatened...

  • Mike
    Jul 06, 2013

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

  • Phillip
    Oct 08, 2017

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

    I really want to love this series but it keeps disappointing me. My main complaint: I had no idea what was going on or who the other characters were. It's only been a few months since I read the previous volume, I can't have forgotten all of it, can I? Who is Monica? What are her power...

    This was very disappointing. The first half was OK, but if I hadn't read up in other locations about who Monica was it would have meant nothing to me. I don't expect recap of years of history for new readers when each issue is so short, but the source of their rivalry was very unclear ...

    3.5 stars. I didn't realise when I borrowed this from the library that it was volume 2, which was more than a little annoying as I know practically nothing about Captain Marvel except that she's a badass and a pilot and Marvel are making a Captain Marvel movie. Thankfully, Wikipedia he...

    Really enjoying DeConnick's Captain Marvel run. One of the best things is that Carol is allowed to have female friends and they talk to about their passions, worry about each other, and enjoy one anothers' company. That is harder to find in comics than some would think. I also love tha...

    For all the work they did establishing Carol Danvers badasskickery in the last Volume, they undo a bunch of it here. I understand part of it is for the story narrative, but too much of it makes her into an idiot, immature, and dumb. Also, this version (written by the same author as the...

    Why I am so behind on comics: this book came out in June. I ordered it for my library in June. It finally got processed and sent to me... yesterday. In November. But it was worth the wait. I love everything about this!! Carol, obv, but also Monica and Jess and Wendy and Kit and CHE...

    A bit of a mishmash of disconnected stories compared to the solid arc of the previous volume. Each of the brief tales collected here seems to be a little bit of a stall, not really building to anything important. I can't say I was particularly thrilled by a random giant robot battle or...

    In the second volume of DeConnick's initial Captain Marvel run, Carol teams up with another previous Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau, to uncover a deep sea threat near Louisiana. Once that's dealt with however, she has her own problems to deal with, one that may cause her to lose n...

    This is a great follow-up to the first volume. Having had the chance to trade her destiny with Helen Cobb, Carol has chosen to be Captain Marvel in name and in mission, and now that is threatened. Her ability to fly, her neighbors, the people she cares about, and her life is threatened...

    Now I am angry too, for the way Marvel treated Carol Danvers in Ciivl War 2 and in her new solo series. This book made me like Carol, this volume made me want to read more of her. It's so much better than everything since they cut off her hair. ...

    Five stars for the story, 3.5 stars for the art- I don't know why, I just wasn't as much of a fan of the art style for issues 9-12, I thought Carol looked kinda weird. But the story was great! ...

    Hate when the art style changes half way through a series.... ...

    I picked this up from the library along with volume one and I almost regretted because I didn't enjoy the first book. The story here is better, but goes on a bit too long. The first part of this book involves a former Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau, and a giant robot that rises out ...

  • Nancy Meservier
    Nov 16, 2013

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

    I really want to love this series but it keeps disappointing me. My main complaint: I had no idea what was going on or who the other characters were. It's only been a few months since I read the previous volume, I can't have forgotten all of it, can I? Who is Monica? What are her power...

    This was very disappointing. The first half was OK, but if I hadn't read up in other locations about who Monica was it would have meant nothing to me. I don't expect recap of years of history for new readers when each issue is so short, but the source of their rivalry was very unclear ...

    3.5 stars. I didn't realise when I borrowed this from the library that it was volume 2, which was more than a little annoying as I know practically nothing about Captain Marvel except that she's a badass and a pilot and Marvel are making a Captain Marvel movie. Thankfully, Wikipedia he...

    Really enjoying DeConnick's Captain Marvel run. One of the best things is that Carol is allowed to have female friends and they talk to about their passions, worry about each other, and enjoy one anothers' company. That is harder to find in comics than some would think. I also love tha...

    For all the work they did establishing Carol Danvers badasskickery in the last Volume, they undo a bunch of it here. I understand part of it is for the story narrative, but too much of it makes her into an idiot, immature, and dumb. Also, this version (written by the same author as the...

    Why I am so behind on comics: this book came out in June. I ordered it for my library in June. It finally got processed and sent to me... yesterday. In November. But it was worth the wait. I love everything about this!! Carol, obv, but also Monica and Jess and Wendy and Kit and CHE...

    A bit of a mishmash of disconnected stories compared to the solid arc of the previous volume. Each of the brief tales collected here seems to be a little bit of a stall, not really building to anything important. I can't say I was particularly thrilled by a random giant robot battle or...

    In the second volume of DeConnick's initial Captain Marvel run, Carol teams up with another previous Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau, to uncover a deep sea threat near Louisiana. Once that's dealt with however, she has her own problems to deal with, one that may cause her to lose n...

    This is a great follow-up to the first volume. Having had the chance to trade her destiny with Helen Cobb, Carol has chosen to be Captain Marvel in name and in mission, and now that is threatened. Her ability to fly, her neighbors, the people she cares about, and her life is threatened...

    Now I am angry too, for the way Marvel treated Carol Danvers in Ciivl War 2 and in her new solo series. This book made me like Carol, this volume made me want to read more of her. It's so much better than everything since they cut off her hair. ...

    Five stars for the story, 3.5 stars for the art- I don't know why, I just wasn't as much of a fan of the art style for issues 9-12, I thought Carol looked kinda weird. But the story was great! ...

    Hate when the art style changes half way through a series.... ...

    I picked this up from the library along with volume one and I almost regretted because I didn't enjoy the first book. The story here is better, but goes on a bit too long. The first part of this book involves a former Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau, and a giant robot that rises out ...

    Kelly Sue DeConnick continues her run on Captain Marvel with it's second volume, Down. The graphic novel deals with two separate plots. In the first one, Carol must work with Monica Rambeau, the second Captain Marvel, to solve a problem off the coast of New Orleans. In the process, she...

  • Caitlin
    Mar 07, 2019

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

    I really want to love this series but it keeps disappointing me. My main complaint: I had no idea what was going on or who the other characters were. It's only been a few months since I read the previous volume, I can't have forgotten all of it, can I? Who is Monica? What are her power...

    This was very disappointing. The first half was OK, but if I hadn't read up in other locations about who Monica was it would have meant nothing to me. I don't expect recap of years of history for new readers when each issue is so short, but the source of their rivalry was very unclear ...

    3.5 stars. I didn't realise when I borrowed this from the library that it was volume 2, which was more than a little annoying as I know practically nothing about Captain Marvel except that she's a badass and a pilot and Marvel are making a Captain Marvel movie. Thankfully, Wikipedia he...

    Really enjoying DeConnick's Captain Marvel run. One of the best things is that Carol is allowed to have female friends and they talk to about their passions, worry about each other, and enjoy one anothers' company. That is harder to find in comics than some would think. I also love tha...

    For all the work they did establishing Carol Danvers badasskickery in the last Volume, they undo a bunch of it here. I understand part of it is for the story narrative, but too much of it makes her into an idiot, immature, and dumb. Also, this version (written by the same author as the...

    Why I am so behind on comics: this book came out in June. I ordered it for my library in June. It finally got processed and sent to me... yesterday. In November. But it was worth the wait. I love everything about this!! Carol, obv, but also Monica and Jess and Wendy and Kit and CHE...

    A bit of a mishmash of disconnected stories compared to the solid arc of the previous volume. Each of the brief tales collected here seems to be a little bit of a stall, not really building to anything important. I can't say I was particularly thrilled by a random giant robot battle or...

    In the second volume of DeConnick's initial Captain Marvel run, Carol teams up with another previous Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau, to uncover a deep sea threat near Louisiana. Once that's dealt with however, she has her own problems to deal with, one that may cause her to lose n...

  • Aaron
    Aug 20, 2016

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

    I really want to love this series but it keeps disappointing me. My main complaint: I had no idea what was going on or who the other characters were. It's only been a few months since I read the previous volume, I can't have forgotten all of it, can I? Who is Monica? What are her power...

    This was very disappointing. The first half was OK, but if I hadn't read up in other locations about who Monica was it would have meant nothing to me. I don't expect recap of years of history for new readers when each issue is so short, but the source of their rivalry was very unclear ...

    3.5 stars. I didn't realise when I borrowed this from the library that it was volume 2, which was more than a little annoying as I know practically nothing about Captain Marvel except that she's a badass and a pilot and Marvel are making a Captain Marvel movie. Thankfully, Wikipedia he...

    Really enjoying DeConnick's Captain Marvel run. One of the best things is that Carol is allowed to have female friends and they talk to about their passions, worry about each other, and enjoy one anothers' company. That is harder to find in comics than some would think. I also love tha...

    For all the work they did establishing Carol Danvers badasskickery in the last Volume, they undo a bunch of it here. I understand part of it is for the story narrative, but too much of it makes her into an idiot, immature, and dumb. Also, this version (written by the same author as the...

    Why I am so behind on comics: this book came out in June. I ordered it for my library in June. It finally got processed and sent to me... yesterday. In November. But it was worth the wait. I love everything about this!! Carol, obv, but also Monica and Jess and Wendy and Kit and CHE...

    A bit of a mishmash of disconnected stories compared to the solid arc of the previous volume. Each of the brief tales collected here seems to be a little bit of a stall, not really building to anything important. I can't say I was particularly thrilled by a random giant robot battle or...

  • Valerie
    May 11, 2019

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

    I really want to love this series but it keeps disappointing me. My main complaint: I had no idea what was going on or who the other characters were. It's only been a few months since I read the previous volume, I can't have forgotten all of it, can I? Who is Monica? What are her power...

    This was very disappointing. The first half was OK, but if I hadn't read up in other locations about who Monica was it would have meant nothing to me. I don't expect recap of years of history for new readers when each issue is so short, but the source of their rivalry was very unclear ...

    3.5 stars. I didn't realise when I borrowed this from the library that it was volume 2, which was more than a little annoying as I know practically nothing about Captain Marvel except that she's a badass and a pilot and Marvel are making a Captain Marvel movie. Thankfully, Wikipedia he...

    Really enjoying DeConnick's Captain Marvel run. One of the best things is that Carol is allowed to have female friends and they talk to about their passions, worry about each other, and enjoy one anothers' company. That is harder to find in comics than some would think. I also love tha...

    For all the work they did establishing Carol Danvers badasskickery in the last Volume, they undo a bunch of it here. I understand part of it is for the story narrative, but too much of it makes her into an idiot, immature, and dumb. Also, this version (written by the same author as the...

    Why I am so behind on comics: this book came out in June. I ordered it for my library in June. It finally got processed and sent to me... yesterday. In November. But it was worth the wait. I love everything about this!! Carol, obv, but also Monica and Jess and Wendy and Kit and CHE...

    A bit of a mishmash of disconnected stories compared to the solid arc of the previous volume. Each of the brief tales collected here seems to be a little bit of a stall, not really building to anything important. I can't say I was particularly thrilled by a random giant robot battle or...

    In the second volume of DeConnick's initial Captain Marvel run, Carol teams up with another previous Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau, to uncover a deep sea threat near Louisiana. Once that's dealt with however, she has her own problems to deal with, one that may cause her to lose n...

    This is a great follow-up to the first volume. Having had the chance to trade her destiny with Helen Cobb, Carol has chosen to be Captain Marvel in name and in mission, and now that is threatened. Her ability to fly, her neighbors, the people she cares about, and her life is threatened...

    Now I am angry too, for the way Marvel treated Carol Danvers in Ciivl War 2 and in her new solo series. This book made me like Carol, this volume made me want to read more of her. It's so much better than everything since they cut off her hair. ...

    Five stars for the story, 3.5 stars for the art- I don't know why, I just wasn't as much of a fan of the art style for issues 9-12, I thought Carol looked kinda weird. But the story was great! ...

  • Bradley
    Dec 06, 2015

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

  • Sesana
    Apr 22, 2013

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

  • Samantha
    Sep 18, 2014

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

    I really want to love this series but it keeps disappointing me. My main complaint: I had no idea what was going on or who the other characters were. It's only been a few months since I read the previous volume, I can't have forgotten all of it, can I? Who is Monica? What are her power...

    This was very disappointing. The first half was OK, but if I hadn't read up in other locations about who Monica was it would have meant nothing to me. I don't expect recap of years of history for new readers when each issue is so short, but the source of their rivalry was very unclear ...

    3.5 stars. I didn't realise when I borrowed this from the library that it was volume 2, which was more than a little annoying as I know practically nothing about Captain Marvel except that she's a badass and a pilot and Marvel are making a Captain Marvel movie. Thankfully, Wikipedia he...

    Really enjoying DeConnick's Captain Marvel run. One of the best things is that Carol is allowed to have female friends and they talk to about their passions, worry about each other, and enjoy one anothers' company. That is harder to find in comics than some would think. I also love tha...

  • K.
    Apr 02, 2015

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

    I really want to love this series but it keeps disappointing me. My main complaint: I had no idea what was going on or who the other characters were. It's only been a few months since I read the previous volume, I can't have forgotten all of it, can I? Who is Monica? What are her power...

    This was very disappointing. The first half was OK, but if I hadn't read up in other locations about who Monica was it would have meant nothing to me. I don't expect recap of years of history for new readers when each issue is so short, but the source of their rivalry was very unclear ...

    3.5 stars. I didn't realise when I borrowed this from the library that it was volume 2, which was more than a little annoying as I know practically nothing about Captain Marvel except that she's a badass and a pilot and Marvel are making a Captain Marvel movie. Thankfully, Wikipedia he...

  • Sam Quixote
    Nov 18, 2014

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

  • Dylan Williams
    Oct 31, 2014

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

  • Shellina
    Apr 09, 2019

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

    I really want to love this series but it keeps disappointing me. My main complaint: I had no idea what was going on or who the other characters were. It's only been a few months since I read the previous volume, I can't have forgotten all of it, can I? Who is Monica? What are her power...

    This was very disappointing. The first half was OK, but if I hadn't read up in other locations about who Monica was it would have meant nothing to me. I don't expect recap of years of history for new readers when each issue is so short, but the source of their rivalry was very unclear ...

    3.5 stars. I didn't realise when I borrowed this from the library that it was volume 2, which was more than a little annoying as I know practically nothing about Captain Marvel except that she's a badass and a pilot and Marvel are making a Captain Marvel movie. Thankfully, Wikipedia he...

    Really enjoying DeConnick's Captain Marvel run. One of the best things is that Carol is allowed to have female friends and they talk to about their passions, worry about each other, and enjoy one anothers' company. That is harder to find in comics than some would think. I also love tha...

    For all the work they did establishing Carol Danvers badasskickery in the last Volume, they undo a bunch of it here. I understand part of it is for the story narrative, but too much of it makes her into an idiot, immature, and dumb. Also, this version (written by the same author as the...

    Why I am so behind on comics: this book came out in June. I ordered it for my library in June. It finally got processed and sent to me... yesterday. In November. But it was worth the wait. I love everything about this!! Carol, obv, but also Monica and Jess and Wendy and Kit and CHE...

    A bit of a mishmash of disconnected stories compared to the solid arc of the previous volume. Each of the brief tales collected here seems to be a little bit of a stall, not really building to anything important. I can't say I was particularly thrilled by a random giant robot battle or...

    In the second volume of DeConnick's initial Captain Marvel run, Carol teams up with another previous Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau, to uncover a deep sea threat near Louisiana. Once that's dealt with however, she has her own problems to deal with, one that may cause her to lose n...

    This is a great follow-up to the first volume. Having had the chance to trade her destiny with Helen Cobb, Carol has chosen to be Captain Marvel in name and in mission, and now that is threatened. Her ability to fly, her neighbors, the people she cares about, and her life is threatened...

    Now I am angry too, for the way Marvel treated Carol Danvers in Ciivl War 2 and in her new solo series. This book made me like Carol, this volume made me want to read more of her. It's so much better than everything since they cut off her hair. ...

    Five stars for the story, 3.5 stars for the art- I don't know why, I just wasn't as much of a fan of the art style for issues 9-12, I thought Carol looked kinda weird. But the story was great! ...

    Hate when the art style changes half way through a series.... ...

  • C.G. Drews
    May 25, 2019

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

  • Gavin
    Aug 30, 2013

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

    I really want to love this series but it keeps disappointing me. My main complaint: I had no idea what was going on or who the other characters were. It's only been a few months since I read the previous volume, I can't have forgotten all of it, can I? Who is Monica? What are her power...

    This was very disappointing. The first half was OK, but if I hadn't read up in other locations about who Monica was it would have meant nothing to me. I don't expect recap of years of history for new readers when each issue is so short, but the source of their rivalry was very unclear ...

    3.5 stars. I didn't realise when I borrowed this from the library that it was volume 2, which was more than a little annoying as I know practically nothing about Captain Marvel except that she's a badass and a pilot and Marvel are making a Captain Marvel movie. Thankfully, Wikipedia he...

    Really enjoying DeConnick's Captain Marvel run. One of the best things is that Carol is allowed to have female friends and they talk to about their passions, worry about each other, and enjoy one anothers' company. That is harder to find in comics than some would think. I also love tha...

    For all the work they did establishing Carol Danvers badasskickery in the last Volume, they undo a bunch of it here. I understand part of it is for the story narrative, but too much of it makes her into an idiot, immature, and dumb. Also, this version (written by the same author as the...

  • James DeSantis
    May 02, 2019

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

  • Sophie (Blame Chocolate)
    Feb 17, 2019

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

  • Wing Kee
    Feb 11, 2017

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

    I really want to love this series but it keeps disappointing me. My main complaint: I had no idea what was going on or who the other characters were. It's only been a few months since I read the previous volume, I can't have forgotten all of it, can I? Who is Monica? What are her power...

    This was very disappointing. The first half was OK, but if I hadn't read up in other locations about who Monica was it would have meant nothing to me. I don't expect recap of years of history for new readers when each issue is so short, but the source of their rivalry was very unclear ...

    3.5 stars. I didn't realise when I borrowed this from the library that it was volume 2, which was more than a little annoying as I know practically nothing about Captain Marvel except that she's a badass and a pilot and Marvel are making a Captain Marvel movie. Thankfully, Wikipedia he...

    Really enjoying DeConnick's Captain Marvel run. One of the best things is that Carol is allowed to have female friends and they talk to about their passions, worry about each other, and enjoy one anothers' company. That is harder to find in comics than some would think. I also love tha...

    For all the work they did establishing Carol Danvers badasskickery in the last Volume, they undo a bunch of it here. I understand part of it is for the story narrative, but too much of it makes her into an idiot, immature, and dumb. Also, this version (written by the same author as the...

    Why I am so behind on comics: this book came out in June. I ordered it for my library in June. It finally got processed and sent to me... yesterday. In November. But it was worth the wait. I love everything about this!! Carol, obv, but also Monica and Jess and Wendy and Kit and CHE...

    A bit of a mishmash of disconnected stories compared to the solid arc of the previous volume. Each of the brief tales collected here seems to be a little bit of a stall, not really building to anything important. I can't say I was particularly thrilled by a random giant robot battle or...

    In the second volume of DeConnick's initial Captain Marvel run, Carol teams up with another previous Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau, to uncover a deep sea threat near Louisiana. Once that's dealt with however, she has her own problems to deal with, one that may cause her to lose n...

    This is a great follow-up to the first volume. Having had the chance to trade her destiny with Helen Cobb, Carol has chosen to be Captain Marvel in name and in mission, and now that is threatened. Her ability to fly, her neighbors, the people she cares about, and her life is threatened...

    Now I am angry too, for the way Marvel treated Carol Danvers in Ciivl War 2 and in her new solo series. This book made me like Carol, this volume made me want to read more of her. It's so much better than everything since they cut off her hair. ...

    Five stars for the story, 3.5 stars for the art- I don't know why, I just wasn't as much of a fan of the art style for issues 9-12, I thought Carol looked kinda weird. But the story was great! ...

    Hate when the art style changes half way through a series.... ...

    I picked this up from the library along with volume one and I almost regretted because I didn't enjoy the first book. The story here is better, but goes on a bit too long. The first part of this book involves a former Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau, and a giant robot that rises out ...

    Kelly Sue DeConnick continues her run on Captain Marvel with it's second volume, Down. The graphic novel deals with two separate plots. In the first one, Carol must work with Monica Rambeau, the second Captain Marvel, to solve a problem off the coast of New Orleans. In the process, she...

    Well.... World: I hate the art, all the artists so far on this book have not been my cup of tea. It's not just the art, it's the colors and the sense of motion for a Captain Marvel book, it's just...not good. The world building for this book is also a bit wonky. For Marvel fans I th...

  • Axael
    Feb 05, 2018

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

    I really want to love this series but it keeps disappointing me. My main complaint: I had no idea what was going on or who the other characters were. It's only been a few months since I read the previous volume, I can't have forgotten all of it, can I? Who is Monica? What are her power...

    This was very disappointing. The first half was OK, but if I hadn't read up in other locations about who Monica was it would have meant nothing to me. I don't expect recap of years of history for new readers when each issue is so short, but the source of their rivalry was very unclear ...

    3.5 stars. I didn't realise when I borrowed this from the library that it was volume 2, which was more than a little annoying as I know practically nothing about Captain Marvel except that she's a badass and a pilot and Marvel are making a Captain Marvel movie. Thankfully, Wikipedia he...

    Really enjoying DeConnick's Captain Marvel run. One of the best things is that Carol is allowed to have female friends and they talk to about their passions, worry about each other, and enjoy one anothers' company. That is harder to find in comics than some would think. I also love tha...

    For all the work they did establishing Carol Danvers badasskickery in the last Volume, they undo a bunch of it here. I understand part of it is for the story narrative, but too much of it makes her into an idiot, immature, and dumb. Also, this version (written by the same author as the...

    Why I am so behind on comics: this book came out in June. I ordered it for my library in June. It finally got processed and sent to me... yesterday. In November. But it was worth the wait. I love everything about this!! Carol, obv, but also Monica and Jess and Wendy and Kit and CHE...

    A bit of a mishmash of disconnected stories compared to the solid arc of the previous volume. Each of the brief tales collected here seems to be a little bit of a stall, not really building to anything important. I can't say I was particularly thrilled by a random giant robot battle or...

    In the second volume of DeConnick's initial Captain Marvel run, Carol teams up with another previous Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau, to uncover a deep sea threat near Louisiana. Once that's dealt with however, she has her own problems to deal with, one that may cause her to lose n...

    This is a great follow-up to the first volume. Having had the chance to trade her destiny with Helen Cobb, Carol has chosen to be Captain Marvel in name and in mission, and now that is threatened. Her ability to fly, her neighbors, the people she cares about, and her life is threatened...

    Now I am angry too, for the way Marvel treated Carol Danvers in Ciivl War 2 and in her new solo series. This book made me like Carol, this volume made me want to read more of her. It's so much better than everything since they cut off her hair. ...

  • Brandon
    Apr 14, 2015

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...

    Captain Marvel is seriously going to make the best movie! Enjoyed this volume a lot, wasn't quite as good as the first - but Kelly Sue DeConnick is a fantastic writer! ...

    DeConnick did it again - she delivered a powerful story with a kickass heroine, the perfect amount of mystery and action, great dialogue and narrative flow, plus a well-rounded cast of equally amazing side characters and villains. I think it would have been even better if I had read...

    Carol's day-to-day routine is disrupted by a giant robot, a dinosaur fight, and a throwdown with Deathbird. Her world is turned upside down when she discovers a tumor in her head could erase her memories if she keeps flying. Considering Carol is a pilot and loves flying, guess if she s...

    I really want to love this series but it keeps disappointing me. My main complaint: I had no idea what was going on or who the other characters were. It's only been a few months since I read the previous volume, I can't have forgotten all of it, can I? Who is Monica? What are her power...

    This was very disappointing. The first half was OK, but if I hadn't read up in other locations about who Monica was it would have meant nothing to me. I don't expect recap of years of history for new readers when each issue is so short, but the source of their rivalry was very unclear ...

    3.5 stars. I didn't realise when I borrowed this from the library that it was volume 2, which was more than a little annoying as I know practically nothing about Captain Marvel except that she's a badass and a pilot and Marvel are making a Captain Marvel movie. Thankfully, Wikipedia he...

    Really enjoying DeConnick's Captain Marvel run. One of the best things is that Carol is allowed to have female friends and they talk to about their passions, worry about each other, and enjoy one anothers' company. That is harder to find in comics than some would think. I also love tha...

    For all the work they did establishing Carol Danvers badasskickery in the last Volume, they undo a bunch of it here. I understand part of it is for the story narrative, but too much of it makes her into an idiot, immature, and dumb. Also, this version (written by the same author as the...

    Why I am so behind on comics: this book came out in June. I ordered it for my library in June. It finally got processed and sent to me... yesterday. In November. But it was worth the wait. I love everything about this!! Carol, obv, but also Monica and Jess and Wendy and Kit and CHE...

    A bit of a mishmash of disconnected stories compared to the solid arc of the previous volume. Each of the brief tales collected here seems to be a little bit of a stall, not really building to anything important. I can't say I was particularly thrilled by a random giant robot battle or...

    In the second volume of DeConnick's initial Captain Marvel run, Carol teams up with another previous Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau, to uncover a deep sea threat near Louisiana. Once that's dealt with however, she has her own problems to deal with, one that may cause her to lose n...

    This is a great follow-up to the first volume. Having had the chance to trade her destiny with Helen Cobb, Carol has chosen to be Captain Marvel in name and in mission, and now that is threatened. Her ability to fly, her neighbors, the people she cares about, and her life is threatened...

    Now I am angry too, for the way Marvel treated Carol Danvers in Ciivl War 2 and in her new solo series. This book made me like Carol, this volume made me want to read more of her. It's so much better than everything since they cut off her hair. ...

    Five stars for the story, 3.5 stars for the art- I don't know why, I just wasn't as much of a fan of the art style for issues 9-12, I thought Carol looked kinda weird. But the story was great! ...

    Hate when the art style changes half way through a series.... ...

    I picked this up from the library along with volume one and I almost regretted because I didn't enjoy the first book. The story here is better, but goes on a bit too long. The first part of this book involves a former Captain Marvel, Monica Rambeau, and a giant robot that rises out ...

    Kelly Sue DeConnick continues her run on Captain Marvel with it's second volume, Down. The graphic novel deals with two separate plots. In the first one, Carol must work with Monica Rambeau, the second Captain Marvel, to solve a problem off the coast of New Orleans. In the process, she...

    Well.... World: I hate the art, all the artists so far on this book have not been my cup of tea. It's not just the art, it's the colors and the sense of motion for a Captain Marvel book, it's just...not good. The world building for this book is also a bit wonky. For Marvel fans I th...

    This Captain Marvel series by Kelly Sue DeConnick has shown a lot of potential but has always fallen a little short of the mark. As good as the writing and stories are I always found something in them to turn me off. The hectic pace, splintered storylines and token appearances from the...

  • Jonathan
    Aug 16, 2016

    oh this was super good ?i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some of the panels of Carol's face were so vulnerable and emotional. make my heart b r e a k...

    3.5 stars I enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I like that she seems to collect friends and allies as the book moves forward. Also...

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it?d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick?s Captain Marvel ? was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll? not really, unfortunately. Here?s why I think her Avengers series is basically the opposit...

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made everyone look like angular myopic freaks. Okay. That really shouldn't mess to hard wi...

    Cognitive dissonance is balls. So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRACTING AND I HATED IT. The first two issues were okay. Dexter Soy continued his ...

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with her dying friend and her cancer, to working on defending the world from a giant T-R...

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is another good volume: Carol as Captain Marvel is rash, determined, unstoppable, and the...

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded. I really enjoy reading this book. It's entirely like watching a bunch of old friend...

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to each other naturally, like people who have known each other for a very long time. I can'...

    Solid story with above-average art as well. ...