Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No Normal (Ms. Marvel (Collected Editions) #1)

Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No Normal (Ms. Marvel (Collected Editions) #1)

Marvel Comics presents the new Ms. Marvel, the groundbreaking heroine that has become an international sensation! Kamala Khan is an ordinary girl from Jersey City ? until she's suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. But who truly is the new Ms. Marvel? Teenager? Muslim? Inhuman? Find out as she takes the Marvel Universe by storm! When Kamala discovers the dangers of Marvel Comics presents the new Ms. Marvel, the groundbreaking heroine that has become an international sensation! ...

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Title:Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No Normal (Ms. Marvel (Collected Editions) #1)
Author:G. Willow Wilson
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ISBN:Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No Normal
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:120 pages pages

Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No Normal (Ms. Marvel (Collected Editions) #1) Reviews

  • mark monday
    Mar 31, 2016

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

    Love the art, love how this follows an islamic girl/family, but I read this thinking that I would be okay since I've never read/seen any other Marvel material, but it references the Avengers and I just feel so lost and left behind... This story was interesting but not a lot happens, so...

    I feel a little guilty for not loving this more because I thought Ms. Marvel was going to be everything I ever hoped and dreamed for in a super hero comic book. A Muslim, POC teen with strict, traditional parents, who fights against marginalization and the forces of evil?! Fuck yeah, s...

    This was a fun start to the reboot and I'm looking forward to upcoming volumes. WHAT I LOVED: - Pakistani American Muslim heroine! Can we get a hell yes for diversity? - plethora of side characters that I'm looking forward to getting developed more in the future (Bruno is adora...

    Ms. Marvel was an interesting surprise even when I really did not have any particular preconceptions of it. Not negative, not positive. I do not think it offers anything new when comes to superhero world, unless you look at it with the eyes of diversity as our new Ms. Marvel is Paki...

    Ms. Marvel has gotten a lot of buzz. A lot. People are always going to talk when one of the two big publishers puts out a comic starring a character who is not the standard white man. In this case, we have Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan, a teenage girl who is Muslim and the daughter of Pakist...

    For a first volume, this is pretty well put together. If you're a fan of Agents of SHIELD, you will enjoy some of the connections made in this series. If not, there might be a bit of confusion about how exactly Kamala gains her powers and what exactly is going on. However, I found the ...

    Finalmente Ms. Marvel no Brasil! Adorei esse quadrinho! Kamala é uma heroína incrível, nerd, muito divertida e passa por conflitos internos muito reais e fáceis de se identificar. Já quero os próximos volumes! ...

    Obviously, diversity-wise, this gets an A+. Kamala Khan is a Muslim Pakastani-American teenager who lives in Jersey City. Her parents are very strict and put a lot of pressure on her to make the best grades, be an over-achiever, have traditional morals, and only hang around people they...

    I'm going to pretend I haven't seen/read the comments and reviews that basically boil down to "a Muslim American can't be a superhero, and because this story is about a Muslim American teen, it's not really a superhero book". Despite the fact that in many ways, this is Spider-man: fami...

    charming. G Willow Wilson and editor Sana Amanat make respect for diversity look so easy and natural. this groundbreaking series featuring comicdom's first Muslim female lead has a lot of points it wants to score regarding difference and it wants to do it in a way that is both respectf...

  • Nikki
    Nov 08, 2014

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

    Love the art, love how this follows an islamic girl/family, but I read this thinking that I would be okay since I've never read/seen any other Marvel material, but it references the Avengers and I just feel so lost and left behind... This story was interesting but not a lot happens, so...

    I feel a little guilty for not loving this more because I thought Ms. Marvel was going to be everything I ever hoped and dreamed for in a super hero comic book. A Muslim, POC teen with strict, traditional parents, who fights against marginalization and the forces of evil?! Fuck yeah, s...

    This was a fun start to the reboot and I'm looking forward to upcoming volumes. WHAT I LOVED: - Pakistani American Muslim heroine! Can we get a hell yes for diversity? - plethora of side characters that I'm looking forward to getting developed more in the future (Bruno is adora...

    Ms. Marvel was an interesting surprise even when I really did not have any particular preconceptions of it. Not negative, not positive. I do not think it offers anything new when comes to superhero world, unless you look at it with the eyes of diversity as our new Ms. Marvel is Paki...

    Ms. Marvel has gotten a lot of buzz. A lot. People are always going to talk when one of the two big publishers puts out a comic starring a character who is not the standard white man. In this case, we have Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan, a teenage girl who is Muslim and the daughter of Pakist...

    For a first volume, this is pretty well put together. If you're a fan of Agents of SHIELD, you will enjoy some of the connections made in this series. If not, there might be a bit of confusion about how exactly Kamala gains her powers and what exactly is going on. However, I found the ...

    Finalmente Ms. Marvel no Brasil! Adorei esse quadrinho! Kamala é uma heroína incrível, nerd, muito divertida e passa por conflitos internos muito reais e fáceis de se identificar. Já quero os próximos volumes! ...

    Obviously, diversity-wise, this gets an A+. Kamala Khan is a Muslim Pakastani-American teenager who lives in Jersey City. Her parents are very strict and put a lot of pressure on her to make the best grades, be an over-achiever, have traditional morals, and only hang around people they...

    I'm going to pretend I haven't seen/read the comments and reviews that basically boil down to "a Muslim American can't be a superhero, and because this story is about a Muslim American teen, it's not really a superhero book". Despite the fact that in many ways, this is Spider-man: fami...

  • David Schaafsma
    Nov 11, 2014

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

  • Kemper
    Dec 10, 2014

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

  • Patrick
    Apr 05, 2017

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

  • Maxwell
    Aug 29, 2015

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

    Love the art, love how this follows an islamic girl/family, but I read this thinking that I would be okay since I've never read/seen any other Marvel material, but it references the Avengers and I just feel so lost and left behind... This story was interesting but not a lot happens, so...

    I feel a little guilty for not loving this more because I thought Ms. Marvel was going to be everything I ever hoped and dreamed for in a super hero comic book. A Muslim, POC teen with strict, traditional parents, who fights against marginalization and the forces of evil?! Fuck yeah, s...

    This was a fun start to the reboot and I'm looking forward to upcoming volumes. WHAT I LOVED: - Pakistani American Muslim heroine! Can we get a hell yes for diversity? - plethora of side characters that I'm looking forward to getting developed more in the future (Bruno is adora...

    Ms. Marvel was an interesting surprise even when I really did not have any particular preconceptions of it. Not negative, not positive. I do not think it offers anything new when comes to superhero world, unless you look at it with the eyes of diversity as our new Ms. Marvel is Paki...

    Ms. Marvel has gotten a lot of buzz. A lot. People are always going to talk when one of the two big publishers puts out a comic starring a character who is not the standard white man. In this case, we have Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan, a teenage girl who is Muslim and the daughter of Pakist...

    For a first volume, this is pretty well put together. If you're a fan of Agents of SHIELD, you will enjoy some of the connections made in this series. If not, there might be a bit of confusion about how exactly Kamala gains her powers and what exactly is going on. However, I found the ...

  • Anne
    Jun 06, 2014

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

  • Steph Sinclair
    Nov 01, 2015

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

    Love the art, love how this follows an islamic girl/family, but I read this thinking that I would be okay since I've never read/seen any other Marvel material, but it references the Avengers and I just feel so lost and left behind... This story was interesting but not a lot happens, so...

    I feel a little guilty for not loving this more because I thought Ms. Marvel was going to be everything I ever hoped and dreamed for in a super hero comic book. A Muslim, POC teen with strict, traditional parents, who fights against marginalization and the forces of evil?! Fuck yeah, s...

  • Kat O'Keeffe
    Aug 16, 2015

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

  • Vitor Martins
    Jan 15, 2016

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

    Love the art, love how this follows an islamic girl/family, but I read this thinking that I would be okay since I've never read/seen any other Marvel material, but it references the Avengers and I just feel so lost and left behind... This story was interesting but not a lot happens, so...

    I feel a little guilty for not loving this more because I thought Ms. Marvel was going to be everything I ever hoped and dreamed for in a super hero comic book. A Muslim, POC teen with strict, traditional parents, who fights against marginalization and the forces of evil?! Fuck yeah, s...

    This was a fun start to the reboot and I'm looking forward to upcoming volumes. WHAT I LOVED: - Pakistani American Muslim heroine! Can we get a hell yes for diversity? - plethora of side characters that I'm looking forward to getting developed more in the future (Bruno is adora...

    Ms. Marvel was an interesting surprise even when I really did not have any particular preconceptions of it. Not negative, not positive. I do not think it offers anything new when comes to superhero world, unless you look at it with the eyes of diversity as our new Ms. Marvel is Paki...

    Ms. Marvel has gotten a lot of buzz. A lot. People are always going to talk when one of the two big publishers puts out a comic starring a character who is not the standard white man. In this case, we have Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan, a teenage girl who is Muslim and the daughter of Pakist...

    For a first volume, this is pretty well put together. If you're a fan of Agents of SHIELD, you will enjoy some of the connections made in this series. If not, there might be a bit of confusion about how exactly Kamala gains her powers and what exactly is going on. However, I found the ...

    Finalmente Ms. Marvel no Brasil! Adorei esse quadrinho! Kamala é uma heroína incrível, nerd, muito divertida e passa por conflitos internos muito reais e fáceis de se identificar. Já quero os próximos volumes! ...

  • Liz Janet
    Nov 05, 2014

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

    Love the art, love how this follows an islamic girl/family, but I read this thinking that I would be okay since I've never read/seen any other Marvel material, but it references the Avengers and I just feel so lost and left behind... This story was interesting but not a lot happens, so...

    I feel a little guilty for not loving this more because I thought Ms. Marvel was going to be everything I ever hoped and dreamed for in a super hero comic book. A Muslim, POC teen with strict, traditional parents, who fights against marginalization and the forces of evil?! Fuck yeah, s...

    This was a fun start to the reboot and I'm looking forward to upcoming volumes. WHAT I LOVED: - Pakistani American Muslim heroine! Can we get a hell yes for diversity? - plethora of side characters that I'm looking forward to getting developed more in the future (Bruno is adora...

    Ms. Marvel was an interesting surprise even when I really did not have any particular preconceptions of it. Not negative, not positive. I do not think it offers anything new when comes to superhero world, unless you look at it with the eyes of diversity as our new Ms. Marvel is Paki...

    Ms. Marvel has gotten a lot of buzz. A lot. People are always going to talk when one of the two big publishers puts out a comic starring a character who is not the standard white man. In this case, we have Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan, a teenage girl who is Muslim and the daughter of Pakist...

    For a first volume, this is pretty well put together. If you're a fan of Agents of SHIELD, you will enjoy some of the connections made in this series. If not, there might be a bit of confusion about how exactly Kamala gains her powers and what exactly is going on. However, I found the ...

    Finalmente Ms. Marvel no Brasil! Adorei esse quadrinho! Kamala é uma heroína incrível, nerd, muito divertida e passa por conflitos internos muito reais e fáceis de se identificar. Já quero os próximos volumes! ...

    Obviously, diversity-wise, this gets an A+. Kamala Khan is a Muslim Pakastani-American teenager who lives in Jersey City. Her parents are very strict and put a lot of pressure on her to make the best grades, be an over-achiever, have traditional morals, and only hang around people they...

    I'm going to pretend I haven't seen/read the comments and reviews that basically boil down to "a Muslim American can't be a superhero, and because this story is about a Muslim American teen, it's not really a superhero book". Despite the fact that in many ways, this is Spider-man: fami...

    charming. G Willow Wilson and editor Sana Amanat make respect for diversity look so easy and natural. this groundbreaking series featuring comicdom's first Muslim female lead has a lot of points it wants to score regarding difference and it wants to do it in a way that is both respectf...

    We have all probably heard of Carol Danvers as Ms. Marvel, but now we have Kamala Khan, a New Jersey Pakistani American, who assumes the identity and takes on her role. I was very glad to see a Muslim character as a protagonist, because even though we have had ?M? and ?Dust?, t...

  • Cece (ProblemsOfaBookNerd)
    Jul 13, 2017

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

    Love the art, love how this follows an islamic girl/family, but I read this thinking that I would be okay since I've never read/seen any other Marvel material, but it references the Avengers and I just feel so lost and left behind... This story was interesting but not a lot happens, so...

    I feel a little guilty for not loving this more because I thought Ms. Marvel was going to be everything I ever hoped and dreamed for in a super hero comic book. A Muslim, POC teen with strict, traditional parents, who fights against marginalization and the forces of evil?! Fuck yeah, s...

    This was a fun start to the reboot and I'm looking forward to upcoming volumes. WHAT I LOVED: - Pakistani American Muslim heroine! Can we get a hell yes for diversity? - plethora of side characters that I'm looking forward to getting developed more in the future (Bruno is adora...

    Ms. Marvel was an interesting surprise even when I really did not have any particular preconceptions of it. Not negative, not positive. I do not think it offers anything new when comes to superhero world, unless you look at it with the eyes of diversity as our new Ms. Marvel is Paki...

    Ms. Marvel has gotten a lot of buzz. A lot. People are always going to talk when one of the two big publishers puts out a comic starring a character who is not the standard white man. In this case, we have Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan, a teenage girl who is Muslim and the daughter of Pakist...

    For a first volume, this is pretty well put together. If you're a fan of Agents of SHIELD, you will enjoy some of the connections made in this series. If not, there might be a bit of confusion about how exactly Kamala gains her powers and what exactly is going on. However, I found the ...

    Finalmente Ms. Marvel no Brasil! Adorei esse quadrinho! Kamala é uma heroína incrível, nerd, muito divertida e passa por conflitos internos muito reais e fáceis de se identificar. Já quero os próximos volumes! ...

    Obviously, diversity-wise, this gets an A+. Kamala Khan is a Muslim Pakastani-American teenager who lives in Jersey City. Her parents are very strict and put a lot of pressure on her to make the best grades, be an over-achiever, have traditional morals, and only hang around people they...

    I'm going to pretend I haven't seen/read the comments and reviews that basically boil down to "a Muslim American can't be a superhero, and because this story is about a Muslim American teen, it's not really a superhero book". Despite the fact that in many ways, this is Spider-man: fami...

    charming. G Willow Wilson and editor Sana Amanat make respect for diversity look so easy and natural. this groundbreaking series featuring comicdom's first Muslim female lead has a lot of points it wants to score regarding difference and it wants to do it in a way that is both respectf...

    We have all probably heard of Carol Danvers as Ms. Marvel, but now we have Kamala Khan, a New Jersey Pakistani American, who assumes the identity and takes on her role. I was very glad to see a Muslim character as a protagonist, because even though we have had ?M? and ?Dust?, t...

    3.5 stars I?m a little ashamed to admit, for somebody who claims to be a bookworm and proud nerd, this is the first comic I have ever read. I?ve been meaning to read a marvel comic for years but I?ve never gotten around to picking one up. I love the format of words and lettin...

    I see that everyone who gave this Volume less than 4 stars is saying how they really liked the art work but didn't like the story...Well,moi, on the contrary, liked the story better than the art work. The art was a bit too goofy and sometimes even a bit weird for my taste. The stor...

    *3.5/5 ...

  • Sesana
    Jun 04, 2014

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

    Love the art, love how this follows an islamic girl/family, but I read this thinking that I would be okay since I've never read/seen any other Marvel material, but it references the Avengers and I just feel so lost and left behind... This story was interesting but not a lot happens, so...

    I feel a little guilty for not loving this more because I thought Ms. Marvel was going to be everything I ever hoped and dreamed for in a super hero comic book. A Muslim, POC teen with strict, traditional parents, who fights against marginalization and the forces of evil?! Fuck yeah, s...

    This was a fun start to the reboot and I'm looking forward to upcoming volumes. WHAT I LOVED: - Pakistani American Muslim heroine! Can we get a hell yes for diversity? - plethora of side characters that I'm looking forward to getting developed more in the future (Bruno is adora...

    Ms. Marvel was an interesting surprise even when I really did not have any particular preconceptions of it. Not negative, not positive. I do not think it offers anything new when comes to superhero world, unless you look at it with the eyes of diversity as our new Ms. Marvel is Paki...

    Ms. Marvel has gotten a lot of buzz. A lot. People are always going to talk when one of the two big publishers puts out a comic starring a character who is not the standard white man. In this case, we have Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan, a teenage girl who is Muslim and the daughter of Pakist...

  • Sanaa
    Mar 16, 2015

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

  • Jesse (JesseTheReader)
    Jul 07, 2015

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

  • Samantha
    Apr 02, 2015

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

    Love the art, love how this follows an islamic girl/family, but I read this thinking that I would be okay since I've never read/seen any other Marvel material, but it references the Avengers and I just feel so lost and left behind... This story was interesting but not a lot happens, so...

    I feel a little guilty for not loving this more because I thought Ms. Marvel was going to be everything I ever hoped and dreamed for in a super hero comic book. A Muslim, POC teen with strict, traditional parents, who fights against marginalization and the forces of evil?! Fuck yeah, s...

    This was a fun start to the reboot and I'm looking forward to upcoming volumes. WHAT I LOVED: - Pakistani American Muslim heroine! Can we get a hell yes for diversity? - plethora of side characters that I'm looking forward to getting developed more in the future (Bruno is adora...

  • Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁ Rabid Reads-no-more
    Feb 24, 2017

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

  • Maureen
    Jul 12, 2015

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

  • Whitney Atkinson
    Jun 22, 2015

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

    Love the art, love how this follows an islamic girl/family, but I read this thinking that I would be okay since I've never read/seen any other Marvel material, but it references the Avengers and I just feel so lost and left behind... This story was interesting but not a lot happens, so...

  • Lola
    Nov 13, 2014

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

  • Kimi
    May 25, 2018

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

    Love the art, love how this follows an islamic girl/family, but I read this thinking that I would be okay since I've never read/seen any other Marvel material, but it references the Avengers and I just feel so lost and left behind... This story was interesting but not a lot happens, so...

    I feel a little guilty for not loving this more because I thought Ms. Marvel was going to be everything I ever hoped and dreamed for in a super hero comic book. A Muslim, POC teen with strict, traditional parents, who fights against marginalization and the forces of evil?! Fuck yeah, s...

    This was a fun start to the reboot and I'm looking forward to upcoming volumes. WHAT I LOVED: - Pakistani American Muslim heroine! Can we get a hell yes for diversity? - plethora of side characters that I'm looking forward to getting developed more in the future (Bruno is adora...

    Ms. Marvel was an interesting surprise even when I really did not have any particular preconceptions of it. Not negative, not positive. I do not think it offers anything new when comes to superhero world, unless you look at it with the eyes of diversity as our new Ms. Marvel is Paki...

    Ms. Marvel has gotten a lot of buzz. A lot. People are always going to talk when one of the two big publishers puts out a comic starring a character who is not the standard white man. In this case, we have Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan, a teenage girl who is Muslim and the daughter of Pakist...

    For a first volume, this is pretty well put together. If you're a fan of Agents of SHIELD, you will enjoy some of the connections made in this series. If not, there might be a bit of confusion about how exactly Kamala gains her powers and what exactly is going on. However, I found the ...

    Finalmente Ms. Marvel no Brasil! Adorei esse quadrinho! Kamala é uma heroína incrível, nerd, muito divertida e passa por conflitos internos muito reais e fáceis de se identificar. Já quero os próximos volumes! ...

    Obviously, diversity-wise, this gets an A+. Kamala Khan is a Muslim Pakastani-American teenager who lives in Jersey City. Her parents are very strict and put a lot of pressure on her to make the best grades, be an over-achiever, have traditional morals, and only hang around people they...

    I'm going to pretend I haven't seen/read the comments and reviews that basically boil down to "a Muslim American can't be a superhero, and because this story is about a Muslim American teen, it's not really a superhero book". Despite the fact that in many ways, this is Spider-man: fami...

    charming. G Willow Wilson and editor Sana Amanat make respect for diversity look so easy and natural. this groundbreaking series featuring comicdom's first Muslim female lead has a lot of points it wants to score regarding difference and it wants to do it in a way that is both respectf...

    We have all probably heard of Carol Danvers as Ms. Marvel, but now we have Kamala Khan, a New Jersey Pakistani American, who assumes the identity and takes on her role. I was very glad to see a Muslim character as a protagonist, because even though we have had ?M? and ?Dust?, t...

    3.5 stars I?m a little ashamed to admit, for somebody who claims to be a bookworm and proud nerd, this is the first comic I have ever read. I?ve been meaning to read a marvel comic for years but I?ve never gotten around to picking one up. I love the format of words and lettin...

    I see that everyone who gave this Volume less than 4 stars is saying how they really liked the art work but didn't like the story...Well,moi, on the contrary, liked the story better than the art work. The art was a bit too goofy and sometimes even a bit weird for my taste. The stor...

    *3.5/5 ...

    Really glad that this book exists. ...

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
    Jan 04, 2017

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

  • Terence
    Oct 03, 2015

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

    Love the art, love how this follows an islamic girl/family, but I read this thinking that I would be okay since I've never read/seen any other Marvel material, but it references the Avengers and I just feel so lost and left behind... This story was interesting but not a lot happens, so...

    I feel a little guilty for not loving this more because I thought Ms. Marvel was going to be everything I ever hoped and dreamed for in a super hero comic book. A Muslim, POC teen with strict, traditional parents, who fights against marginalization and the forces of evil?! Fuck yeah, s...

    This was a fun start to the reboot and I'm looking forward to upcoming volumes. WHAT I LOVED: - Pakistani American Muslim heroine! Can we get a hell yes for diversity? - plethora of side characters that I'm looking forward to getting developed more in the future (Bruno is adora...

    Ms. Marvel was an interesting surprise even when I really did not have any particular preconceptions of it. Not negative, not positive. I do not think it offers anything new when comes to superhero world, unless you look at it with the eyes of diversity as our new Ms. Marvel is Paki...

    Ms. Marvel has gotten a lot of buzz. A lot. People are always going to talk when one of the two big publishers puts out a comic starring a character who is not the standard white man. In this case, we have Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan, a teenage girl who is Muslim and the daughter of Pakist...

    For a first volume, this is pretty well put together. If you're a fan of Agents of SHIELD, you will enjoy some of the connections made in this series. If not, there might be a bit of confusion about how exactly Kamala gains her powers and what exactly is going on. However, I found the ...

    Finalmente Ms. Marvel no Brasil! Adorei esse quadrinho! Kamala é uma heroína incrível, nerd, muito divertida e passa por conflitos internos muito reais e fáceis de se identificar. Já quero os próximos volumes! ...

    Obviously, diversity-wise, this gets an A+. Kamala Khan is a Muslim Pakastani-American teenager who lives in Jersey City. Her parents are very strict and put a lot of pressure on her to make the best grades, be an over-achiever, have traditional morals, and only hang around people they...

    I'm going to pretend I haven't seen/read the comments and reviews that basically boil down to "a Muslim American can't be a superhero, and because this story is about a Muslim American teen, it's not really a superhero book". Despite the fact that in many ways, this is Spider-man: fami...

    charming. G Willow Wilson and editor Sana Amanat make respect for diversity look so easy and natural. this groundbreaking series featuring comicdom's first Muslim female lead has a lot of points it wants to score regarding difference and it wants to do it in a way that is both respectf...

    We have all probably heard of Carol Danvers as Ms. Marvel, but now we have Kamala Khan, a New Jersey Pakistani American, who assumes the identity and takes on her role. I was very glad to see a Muslim character as a protagonist, because even though we have had ?M? and ?Dust?, t...

    3.5 stars I?m a little ashamed to admit, for somebody who claims to be a bookworm and proud nerd, this is the first comic I have ever read. I?ve been meaning to read a marvel comic for years but I?ve never gotten around to picking one up. I love the format of words and lettin...

    I see that everyone who gave this Volume less than 4 stars is saying how they really liked the art work but didn't like the story...Well,moi, on the contrary, liked the story better than the art work. The art was a bit too goofy and sometimes even a bit weird for my taste. The stor...

    *3.5/5 ...

    Really glad that this book exists. ...

    An ordinary teenage girl from Jersey City, isn't so ordinary anymore. A strange mist transforms Kamala Khan into the new Ms. Marvel. Ms. Marvel No Normal is the origin story of the new Ms. Marvel Kamala Khan. It's nice to see one of the major comic book companies straying from their...

  • bella ϟ  [ bella farren ]
    Jul 27, 2017

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

    Love the art, love how this follows an islamic girl/family, but I read this thinking that I would be okay since I've never read/seen any other Marvel material, but it references the Avengers and I just feel so lost and left behind... This story was interesting but not a lot happens, so...

    I feel a little guilty for not loving this more because I thought Ms. Marvel was going to be everything I ever hoped and dreamed for in a super hero comic book. A Muslim, POC teen with strict, traditional parents, who fights against marginalization and the forces of evil?! Fuck yeah, s...

    This was a fun start to the reboot and I'm looking forward to upcoming volumes. WHAT I LOVED: - Pakistani American Muslim heroine! Can we get a hell yes for diversity? - plethora of side characters that I'm looking forward to getting developed more in the future (Bruno is adora...

    Ms. Marvel was an interesting surprise even when I really did not have any particular preconceptions of it. Not negative, not positive. I do not think it offers anything new when comes to superhero world, unless you look at it with the eyes of diversity as our new Ms. Marvel is Paki...

    Ms. Marvel has gotten a lot of buzz. A lot. People are always going to talk when one of the two big publishers puts out a comic starring a character who is not the standard white man. In this case, we have Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan, a teenage girl who is Muslim and the daughter of Pakist...

    For a first volume, this is pretty well put together. If you're a fan of Agents of SHIELD, you will enjoy some of the connections made in this series. If not, there might be a bit of confusion about how exactly Kamala gains her powers and what exactly is going on. However, I found the ...

    Finalmente Ms. Marvel no Brasil! Adorei esse quadrinho! Kamala é uma heroína incrível, nerd, muito divertida e passa por conflitos internos muito reais e fáceis de se identificar. Já quero os próximos volumes! ...

    Obviously, diversity-wise, this gets an A+. Kamala Khan is a Muslim Pakastani-American teenager who lives in Jersey City. Her parents are very strict and put a lot of pressure on her to make the best grades, be an over-achiever, have traditional morals, and only hang around people they...

    I'm going to pretend I haven't seen/read the comments and reviews that basically boil down to "a Muslim American can't be a superhero, and because this story is about a Muslim American teen, it's not really a superhero book". Despite the fact that in many ways, this is Spider-man: fami...

    charming. G Willow Wilson and editor Sana Amanat make respect for diversity look so easy and natural. this groundbreaking series featuring comicdom's first Muslim female lead has a lot of points it wants to score regarding difference and it wants to do it in a way that is both respectf...

    We have all probably heard of Carol Danvers as Ms. Marvel, but now we have Kamala Khan, a New Jersey Pakistani American, who assumes the identity and takes on her role. I was very glad to see a Muslim character as a protagonist, because even though we have had ?M? and ?Dust?, t...

    3.5 stars I?m a little ashamed to admit, for somebody who claims to be a bookworm and proud nerd, this is the first comic I have ever read. I?ve been meaning to read a marvel comic for years but I?ve never gotten around to picking one up. I love the format of words and lettin...

  • Nat
    Sep 30, 2016

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

  • Norah Una Sumner
    Dec 19, 2014

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

    Love the art, love how this follows an islamic girl/family, but I read this thinking that I would be okay since I've never read/seen any other Marvel material, but it references the Avengers and I just feel so lost and left behind... This story was interesting but not a lot happens, so...

    I feel a little guilty for not loving this more because I thought Ms. Marvel was going to be everything I ever hoped and dreamed for in a super hero comic book. A Muslim, POC teen with strict, traditional parents, who fights against marginalization and the forces of evil?! Fuck yeah, s...

    This was a fun start to the reboot and I'm looking forward to upcoming volumes. WHAT I LOVED: - Pakistani American Muslim heroine! Can we get a hell yes for diversity? - plethora of side characters that I'm looking forward to getting developed more in the future (Bruno is adora...

    Ms. Marvel was an interesting surprise even when I really did not have any particular preconceptions of it. Not negative, not positive. I do not think it offers anything new when comes to superhero world, unless you look at it with the eyes of diversity as our new Ms. Marvel is Paki...

    Ms. Marvel has gotten a lot of buzz. A lot. People are always going to talk when one of the two big publishers puts out a comic starring a character who is not the standard white man. In this case, we have Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan, a teenage girl who is Muslim and the daughter of Pakist...

    For a first volume, this is pretty well put together. If you're a fan of Agents of SHIELD, you will enjoy some of the connections made in this series. If not, there might be a bit of confusion about how exactly Kamala gains her powers and what exactly is going on. However, I found the ...

    Finalmente Ms. Marvel no Brasil! Adorei esse quadrinho! Kamala é uma heroína incrível, nerd, muito divertida e passa por conflitos internos muito reais e fáceis de se identificar. Já quero os próximos volumes! ...

    Obviously, diversity-wise, this gets an A+. Kamala Khan is a Muslim Pakastani-American teenager who lives in Jersey City. Her parents are very strict and put a lot of pressure on her to make the best grades, be an over-achiever, have traditional morals, and only hang around people they...

    I'm going to pretend I haven't seen/read the comments and reviews that basically boil down to "a Muslim American can't be a superhero, and because this story is about a Muslim American teen, it's not really a superhero book". Despite the fact that in many ways, this is Spider-man: fami...

    charming. G Willow Wilson and editor Sana Amanat make respect for diversity look so easy and natural. this groundbreaking series featuring comicdom's first Muslim female lead has a lot of points it wants to score regarding difference and it wants to do it in a way that is both respectf...

    We have all probably heard of Carol Danvers as Ms. Marvel, but now we have Kamala Khan, a New Jersey Pakistani American, who assumes the identity and takes on her role. I was very glad to see a Muslim character as a protagonist, because even though we have had ?M? and ?Dust?, t...

    3.5 stars I?m a little ashamed to admit, for somebody who claims to be a bookworm and proud nerd, this is the first comic I have ever read. I?ve been meaning to read a marvel comic for years but I?ve never gotten around to picking one up. I love the format of words and lettin...

    I see that everyone who gave this Volume less than 4 stars is saying how they really liked the art work but didn't like the story...Well,moi, on the contrary, liked the story better than the art work. The art was a bit too goofy and sometimes even a bit weird for my taste. The stor...

  • Fables&Wren
    Jun 10, 2017

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

    Love the art, love how this follows an islamic girl/family, but I read this thinking that I would be okay since I've never read/seen any other Marvel material, but it references the Avengers and I just feel so lost and left behind... This story was interesting but not a lot happens, so...

    I feel a little guilty for not loving this more because I thought Ms. Marvel was going to be everything I ever hoped and dreamed for in a super hero comic book. A Muslim, POC teen with strict, traditional parents, who fights against marginalization and the forces of evil?! Fuck yeah, s...

    This was a fun start to the reboot and I'm looking forward to upcoming volumes. WHAT I LOVED: - Pakistani American Muslim heroine! Can we get a hell yes for diversity? - plethora of side characters that I'm looking forward to getting developed more in the future (Bruno is adora...

    Ms. Marvel was an interesting surprise even when I really did not have any particular preconceptions of it. Not negative, not positive. I do not think it offers anything new when comes to superhero world, unless you look at it with the eyes of diversity as our new Ms. Marvel is Paki...

    Ms. Marvel has gotten a lot of buzz. A lot. People are always going to talk when one of the two big publishers puts out a comic starring a character who is not the standard white man. In this case, we have Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan, a teenage girl who is Muslim and the daughter of Pakist...

    For a first volume, this is pretty well put together. If you're a fan of Agents of SHIELD, you will enjoy some of the connections made in this series. If not, there might be a bit of confusion about how exactly Kamala gains her powers and what exactly is going on. However, I found the ...

    Finalmente Ms. Marvel no Brasil! Adorei esse quadrinho! Kamala é uma heroína incrível, nerd, muito divertida e passa por conflitos internos muito reais e fáceis de se identificar. Já quero os próximos volumes! ...

    Obviously, diversity-wise, this gets an A+. Kamala Khan is a Muslim Pakastani-American teenager who lives in Jersey City. Her parents are very strict and put a lot of pressure on her to make the best grades, be an over-achiever, have traditional morals, and only hang around people they...

    I'm going to pretend I haven't seen/read the comments and reviews that basically boil down to "a Muslim American can't be a superhero, and because this story is about a Muslim American teen, it's not really a superhero book". Despite the fact that in many ways, this is Spider-man: fami...

    charming. G Willow Wilson and editor Sana Amanat make respect for diversity look so easy and natural. this groundbreaking series featuring comicdom's first Muslim female lead has a lot of points it wants to score regarding difference and it wants to do it in a way that is both respectf...

    We have all probably heard of Carol Danvers as Ms. Marvel, but now we have Kamala Khan, a New Jersey Pakistani American, who assumes the identity and takes on her role. I was very glad to see a Muslim character as a protagonist, because even though we have had ?M? and ?Dust?, t...

    3.5 stars I?m a little ashamed to admit, for somebody who claims to be a bookworm and proud nerd, this is the first comic I have ever read. I?ve been meaning to read a marvel comic for years but I?ve never gotten around to picking one up. I love the format of words and lettin...

    I see that everyone who gave this Volume less than 4 stars is saying how they really liked the art work but didn't like the story...Well,moi, on the contrary, liked the story better than the art work. The art was a bit too goofy and sometimes even a bit weird for my taste. The stor...

    *3.5/5 ...

    Really glad that this book exists. ...

    An ordinary teenage girl from Jersey City, isn't so ordinary anymore. A strange mist transforms Kamala Khan into the new Ms. Marvel. Ms. Marvel No Normal is the origin story of the new Ms. Marvel Kamala Khan. It's nice to see one of the major comic book companies straying from their...

    WrensReads Review: This was amazingly amazing. I love that it was about a Muslim girl and about believing in yourself and accepting you and your own set of abilities. Kamala Khan wants to be Captain Marvel, but Captain Marvel gives her something else: something unique and purely her...

  • Michael Finocchiaro
    Jun 05, 2018

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

  • HFK
    Feb 15, 2016

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

    Love the art, love how this follows an islamic girl/family, but I read this thinking that I would be okay since I've never read/seen any other Marvel material, but it references the Avengers and I just feel so lost and left behind... This story was interesting but not a lot happens, so...

    I feel a little guilty for not loving this more because I thought Ms. Marvel was going to be everything I ever hoped and dreamed for in a super hero comic book. A Muslim, POC teen with strict, traditional parents, who fights against marginalization and the forces of evil?! Fuck yeah, s...

    This was a fun start to the reboot and I'm looking forward to upcoming volumes. WHAT I LOVED: - Pakistani American Muslim heroine! Can we get a hell yes for diversity? - plethora of side characters that I'm looking forward to getting developed more in the future (Bruno is adora...

    Ms. Marvel was an interesting surprise even when I really did not have any particular preconceptions of it. Not negative, not positive. I do not think it offers anything new when comes to superhero world, unless you look at it with the eyes of diversity as our new Ms. Marvel is Paki...

  •  ⚔ Sh3lly - Grumpy Name-Changing Wanderer ⚔
    Oct 09, 2016

    Really enjoyed this! I especially loved how relatable Kamala was, and that she wasn't the typical comic book heroine. That being said, I did feel like some elements were a bit stereotypical, and while this was a good intro to the characters/world/situation, it wasn't as standout WOW AM...

    I'd been hearing good things about this book for ages, so I finally decided to pick it up. I enjoyed it, and appreciated the fact that it wasn't just another same-old superhero origin story. But if I'm going to be completely honest here. (And I always try to be completely honest) I'...

    this was fantastic! i was a bit confused about how she got her powers, but maybe i just need to re-read it and it'll help me understand. other than that this was so great! ...

    This series is so popular that the poster for the first volume was featured on Alex?s wall in her room at college in one of the episodes of the sitcom Modern Family. That is amazing. Kamala is a Muslim-American teen whose parents are strict. For instance, they forbid her from goi...

    [3.5 Stars] I'm conflicted about this graphic novel, and I think the reason for that is because I'm reading this from the perspective of a twenty-something Muslim Pakistani American. Don't get me wrong, I like how diverse this graphic novel is and having a Muslim super hero is super ki...

    4.5 stars So Kamala is a nerdy Jersey Girl who gets hit with Terrigan Mist, and suddenly finds herself able to shape-shift. Because she's always felt like the odd one out, she uses this ability to morph herself into the image her hero, Carol Danvers. With a few, um...costume modifi...

    Okay, since there are a million reviews with pretty pictures from this GN (graphic novel) I'm going to keep it short as I usually do with my graphic novel reviews. I didn't think I would like this book for reasons but then I did. One never knows! Kamala is just a normal teenage...

    This review contains *spoilers*. Ms. Marvel follows Kamala Khan, a Muslim girl from Jersey City who is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. When a strange mist descends and morphs Kamala into a shape-shifting superhuman... fitting in is the least of her problems. Ms...

    11/24/17 - ON SALE for $1.99: http://amzn.to/2iNDxql Reviewed by: Rabid Reads For all of you out there screaming, WE NEED DIVERSE BOOKS! I got your diverse graphic novel right here. Meet Kamala Khan: But I'm getting ahead of myself. When Ms. Marvel begins, Ka...

    Kamala Khan is just an average high school kid struggling with the classic teenage dilemma of trying to both fit in and be herself at the same time, and her Muslim faith is one of those things that sets her apart. She dreams of being a superhero as confident and cool as the Avenger she...

    Well that was so so fun! I really enjoyed it a lot. I'm not used to reading comics/graphic novels so when it ends I'm always surprised - but I really enjoyed it! I loved all the modern day phrases and references, and Kamala is a great character. There was a bunch of stereotyping in ...

    6/19/18 The nice thing about growing older and losing some memory (which, I recall, is one reason I began reviewing on Goodreads, to keep notes for myself) is that each year, (something like Groundhog's Day (the Bill Murray movie), you get to re-read a book and have it read as new! Thi...

    Kind of essential reading based on the way the Avengers movie series is headed, Ms Marvel is a new and interesting twist on the Captain Marvel character from Marvel comics. As far as I have been told, the character was originally male, but was later re-introduced as female in some vari...

    Love the art, love how this follows an islamic girl/family, but I read this thinking that I would be okay since I've never read/seen any other Marvel material, but it references the Avengers and I just feel so lost and left behind... This story was interesting but not a lot happens, so...

    I feel a little guilty for not loving this more because I thought Ms. Marvel was going to be everything I ever hoped and dreamed for in a super hero comic book. A Muslim, POC teen with strict, traditional parents, who fights against marginalization and the forces of evil?! Fuck yeah, s...

    This was a fun start to the reboot and I'm looking forward to upcoming volumes. WHAT I LOVED: - Pakistani American Muslim heroine! Can we get a hell yes for diversity? - plethora of side characters that I'm looking forward to getting developed more in the future (Bruno is adora...

    Ms. Marvel was an interesting surprise even when I really did not have any particular preconceptions of it. Not negative, not positive. I do not think it offers anything new when comes to superhero world, unless you look at it with the eyes of diversity as our new Ms. Marvel is Paki...

    Ms. Marvel has gotten a lot of buzz. A lot. People are always going to talk when one of the two big publishers puts out a comic starring a character who is not the standard white man. In this case, we have Ms. Marvel, Kamala Khan, a teenage girl who is Muslim and the daughter of Pakist...

    For a first volume, this is pretty well put together. If you're a fan of Agents of SHIELD, you will enjoy some of the connections made in this series. If not, there might be a bit of confusion about how exactly Kamala gains her powers and what exactly is going on. However, I found the ...

    Finalmente Ms. Marvel no Brasil! Adorei esse quadrinho! Kamala é uma heroína incrível, nerd, muito divertida e passa por conflitos internos muito reais e fáceis de se identificar. Já quero os próximos volumes! ...

    Obviously, diversity-wise, this gets an A+. Kamala Khan is a Muslim Pakastani-American teenager who lives in Jersey City. Her parents are very strict and put a lot of pressure on her to make the best grades, be an over-achiever, have traditional morals, and only hang around people they...