Ms. Marvel, Vol. 5: Super Famous

Ms. Marvel, Vol. 5: Super Famous

Look out world, Kamala Khan is officially an Avenger! She's your new favorite. She's everyone's new favorite. And now she's joining the big leagues. But is she really cut out to be one of Earth's Mightiest Heroes? Saving the world is important, but Jersey City still needs its protector--especially now that a development company has picked it for a "renovation" project. Whe Look out world, Kamala Khan is officially an Avenger! She's your new favorite. She's everyone's new favorite. And...

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Title:Ms. Marvel, Vol. 5: Super Famous
Author:G. Willow Wilson
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:144 pages pages

Ms. Marvel, Vol. 5: Super Famous Reviews

  • David Schaafsma
    Jul 18, 2016

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

  • Julie
    Jul 07, 2017

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

    So, Kamala is an Avenger, and knowing her, we all know she loves it. But it is not all it is cracked up to be, especially since she is only a teenager, and in between hero-ing, homework, and school projects, she barely has any time for friends and family. Wish is why she does not know ...

    The BEST book Marvel is publishing. After the last book ended with Secret Wars I was annoyed cause a lot of stuff and character development had happened in the last series that I was worried would be removed again, luckily this book takes place right after that and with the same cre...

    2017 Hugo nominee for Best Graphic Novel, and waaaaaugh you guys I love this series so so much. This one picks up several months after the doomy events of the previous volume, everyone dusting themselves off and moving on; what with existential crises, the school being rebuilt (still w...

  • Ashley
    Dec 24, 2015

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

  • Cathy
    Jun 01, 2016

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

    So, Kamala is an Avenger, and knowing her, we all know she loves it. But it is not all it is cracked up to be, especially since she is only a teenager, and in between hero-ing, homework, and school projects, she barely has any time for friends and family. Wish is why she does not know ...

    The BEST book Marvel is publishing. After the last book ended with Secret Wars I was annoyed cause a lot of stuff and character development had happened in the last series that I was worried would be removed again, luckily this book takes place right after that and with the same cre...

    2017 Hugo nominee for Best Graphic Novel, and waaaaaugh you guys I love this series so so much. This one picks up several months after the doomy events of the previous volume, everyone dusting themselves off and moving on; what with existential crises, the school being rebuilt (still w...

    Kamala Khan has joined the big leagues with her heroes, the Avengers. Being famous is great and all, but it's a little more difficult than she thought, balancing saving the world and Jersey City and her family and friends. She'll have to take on the suits using her face to gentrify her...

    Bullet Review: Whatever happened between the last volume and this - well, must not have been too big of a deal because this book requires no knowledge of "Secret Wars"! It hops back into Kamala's crazy life and adventures of being a teenaged Muslim superhero Avenger. The first se...

    GR Ultimate Summer Reading Challenge One and Done. ...

    I LOVE this volume. This series has been so consistently good, but this new story arc was fantastic. Loving the new artist as well. ...

    3.5 stars Oh, Kamala Khan. What have you gotten yourself into this time? Quick recap. Bruno has a girlfriend named Mike. Kamala tries to juggle being an Avenger, her brother getting married and schoolwork by having Bruno make some clones of her. The only problem is the cl...

    I'm consistently impressed by how well this series negotiates the tension between Kamala's life as a teenager and her life as Ms. Marvel, and where those lives intersect. Also, major major thanks to this volume in particular for embracing different kinds of diversity in an inclusive ra...

    Awww. Seriously. This volume brings back all the things I love about this comic series. We have Kamala interacting with her family more and we get the explanation of Arabic words and meanings. The volume ends on a good note which I won't complain about. And heck it even had me like Ton...

    Story The story continues to delight me. I just really love Kamala's determination and geekiness. This is the only super hero comic I read these days, and for good reason. Ms. Wilson does such a good job to make her interesting, even though I've never been an Avenger (Or a teen-aged...

    This is the new Ms. Marvel story I have been waiting for! The previous series of Kamala Khan served to introduce her and her world to us. Now, post-Secret Wars, we finally see her deal with the ramifications of her existence on every level of her life. Like Miles Morales in Spider-Man:...

    3,5 ? Aww, I love Mike and Tyesha! They're an amazing addition to the cast. Ms. Marvel is getting busy, busy, busy. How will she deal with everything that's happening in her life? (view spoiler)[Also, that interracial wedding where Tyesha and Aamir wanted to show the other that...

    Another fun issue, though it did inject some outright sitcom-style goofiness. I loved the new character Mike, and it was great to see Kamala's brother develop through his new relationship and the serious cultural and religious issues involved. ...

    Great evolution of the story. I love the small comedic elements to this story. Continues to be an addictive read. ...

    Also available on the WondrousBooks blog. Yayy, Ms Marvel is now an avenger! Ms Marvel is definitely one of the feel-good series in the Avengers universe. And that's something that I do enjoy very much, in comparison with books about other superheroes, from both Marvel and DC, ...

    I loved this volume, it got back to capturing what enchanted me about this series in the first place, that balance of adventure and heart, superhero and real girl, action and family life. Poor Kamala was on such a roller coaster, trying to be everything to everyone: an Avenger, a stude...

  • Jeannette Nikolova
    Dec 10, 2018

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

    So, Kamala is an Avenger, and knowing her, we all know she loves it. But it is not all it is cracked up to be, especially since she is only a teenager, and in between hero-ing, homework, and school projects, she barely has any time for friends and family. Wish is why she does not know ...

    The BEST book Marvel is publishing. After the last book ended with Secret Wars I was annoyed cause a lot of stuff and character development had happened in the last series that I was worried would be removed again, luckily this book takes place right after that and with the same cre...

    2017 Hugo nominee for Best Graphic Novel, and waaaaaugh you guys I love this series so so much. This one picks up several months after the doomy events of the previous volume, everyone dusting themselves off and moving on; what with existential crises, the school being rebuilt (still w...

    Kamala Khan has joined the big leagues with her heroes, the Avengers. Being famous is great and all, but it's a little more difficult than she thought, balancing saving the world and Jersey City and her family and friends. She'll have to take on the suits using her face to gentrify her...

    Bullet Review: Whatever happened between the last volume and this - well, must not have been too big of a deal because this book requires no knowledge of "Secret Wars"! It hops back into Kamala's crazy life and adventures of being a teenaged Muslim superhero Avenger. The first se...

    GR Ultimate Summer Reading Challenge One and Done. ...

    I LOVE this volume. This series has been so consistently good, but this new story arc was fantastic. Loving the new artist as well. ...

    3.5 stars Oh, Kamala Khan. What have you gotten yourself into this time? Quick recap. Bruno has a girlfriend named Mike. Kamala tries to juggle being an Avenger, her brother getting married and schoolwork by having Bruno make some clones of her. The only problem is the cl...

    I'm consistently impressed by how well this series negotiates the tension between Kamala's life as a teenager and her life as Ms. Marvel, and where those lives intersect. Also, major major thanks to this volume in particular for embracing different kinds of diversity in an inclusive ra...

    Awww. Seriously. This volume brings back all the things I love about this comic series. We have Kamala interacting with her family more and we get the explanation of Arabic words and meanings. The volume ends on a good note which I won't complain about. And heck it even had me like Ton...

    Story The story continues to delight me. I just really love Kamala's determination and geekiness. This is the only super hero comic I read these days, and for good reason. Ms. Wilson does such a good job to make her interesting, even though I've never been an Avenger (Or a teen-aged...

    This is the new Ms. Marvel story I have been waiting for! The previous series of Kamala Khan served to introduce her and her world to us. Now, post-Secret Wars, we finally see her deal with the ramifications of her existence on every level of her life. Like Miles Morales in Spider-Man:...

    3,5 ? Aww, I love Mike and Tyesha! They're an amazing addition to the cast. Ms. Marvel is getting busy, busy, busy. How will she deal with everything that's happening in her life? (view spoiler)[Also, that interracial wedding where Tyesha and Aamir wanted to show the other that...

    Another fun issue, though it did inject some outright sitcom-style goofiness. I loved the new character Mike, and it was great to see Kamala's brother develop through his new relationship and the serious cultural and religious issues involved. ...

    Great evolution of the story. I love the small comedic elements to this story. Continues to be an addictive read. ...

    Also available on the WondrousBooks blog. Yayy, Ms Marvel is now an avenger! Ms Marvel is definitely one of the feel-good series in the Avengers universe. And that's something that I do enjoy very much, in comparison with books about other superheroes, from both Marvel and DC, ...

  • Ashley Brooks
    Jun 03, 2017

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

    So, Kamala is an Avenger, and knowing her, we all know she loves it. But it is not all it is cracked up to be, especially since she is only a teenager, and in between hero-ing, homework, and school projects, she barely has any time for friends and family. Wish is why she does not know ...

    The BEST book Marvel is publishing. After the last book ended with Secret Wars I was annoyed cause a lot of stuff and character development had happened in the last series that I was worried would be removed again, luckily this book takes place right after that and with the same cre...

    2017 Hugo nominee for Best Graphic Novel, and waaaaaugh you guys I love this series so so much. This one picks up several months after the doomy events of the previous volume, everyone dusting themselves off and moving on; what with existential crises, the school being rebuilt (still w...

    Kamala Khan has joined the big leagues with her heroes, the Avengers. Being famous is great and all, but it's a little more difficult than she thought, balancing saving the world and Jersey City and her family and friends. She'll have to take on the suits using her face to gentrify her...

    Bullet Review: Whatever happened between the last volume and this - well, must not have been too big of a deal because this book requires no knowledge of "Secret Wars"! It hops back into Kamala's crazy life and adventures of being a teenaged Muslim superhero Avenger. The first se...

    GR Ultimate Summer Reading Challenge One and Done. ...

    I LOVE this volume. This series has been so consistently good, but this new story arc was fantastic. Loving the new artist as well. ...

  • Crystal Starr Light
    Oct 21, 2016

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

    So, Kamala is an Avenger, and knowing her, we all know she loves it. But it is not all it is cracked up to be, especially since she is only a teenager, and in between hero-ing, homework, and school projects, she barely has any time for friends and family. Wish is why she does not know ...

    The BEST book Marvel is publishing. After the last book ended with Secret Wars I was annoyed cause a lot of stuff and character development had happened in the last series that I was worried would be removed again, luckily this book takes place right after that and with the same cre...

    2017 Hugo nominee for Best Graphic Novel, and waaaaaugh you guys I love this series so so much. This one picks up several months after the doomy events of the previous volume, everyone dusting themselves off and moving on; what with existential crises, the school being rebuilt (still w...

    Kamala Khan has joined the big leagues with her heroes, the Avengers. Being famous is great and all, but it's a little more difficult than she thought, balancing saving the world and Jersey City and her family and friends. She'll have to take on the suits using her face to gentrify her...

    Bullet Review: Whatever happened between the last volume and this - well, must not have been too big of a deal because this book requires no knowledge of "Secret Wars"! It hops back into Kamala's crazy life and adventures of being a teenaged Muslim superhero Avenger. The first se...

  • Bradley
    Nov 11, 2018

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

  • B. P. Rinehart
    Jun 06, 2016

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

    So, Kamala is an Avenger, and knowing her, we all know she loves it. But it is not all it is cracked up to be, especially since she is only a teenager, and in between hero-ing, homework, and school projects, she barely has any time for friends and family. Wish is why she does not know ...

    The BEST book Marvel is publishing. After the last book ended with Secret Wars I was annoyed cause a lot of stuff and character development had happened in the last series that I was worried would be removed again, luckily this book takes place right after that and with the same cre...

    2017 Hugo nominee for Best Graphic Novel, and waaaaaugh you guys I love this series so so much. This one picks up several months after the doomy events of the previous volume, everyone dusting themselves off and moving on; what with existential crises, the school being rebuilt (still w...

    Kamala Khan has joined the big leagues with her heroes, the Avengers. Being famous is great and all, but it's a little more difficult than she thought, balancing saving the world and Jersey City and her family and friends. She'll have to take on the suits using her face to gentrify her...

    Bullet Review: Whatever happened between the last volume and this - well, must not have been too big of a deal because this book requires no knowledge of "Secret Wars"! It hops back into Kamala's crazy life and adventures of being a teenaged Muslim superhero Avenger. The first se...

    GR Ultimate Summer Reading Challenge One and Done. ...

    I LOVE this volume. This series has been so consistently good, but this new story arc was fantastic. Loving the new artist as well. ...

    3.5 stars Oh, Kamala Khan. What have you gotten yourself into this time? Quick recap. Bruno has a girlfriend named Mike. Kamala tries to juggle being an Avenger, her brother getting married and schoolwork by having Bruno make some clones of her. The only problem is the cl...

    I'm consistently impressed by how well this series negotiates the tension between Kamala's life as a teenager and her life as Ms. Marvel, and where those lives intersect. Also, major major thanks to this volume in particular for embracing different kinds of diversity in an inclusive ra...

    Awww. Seriously. This volume brings back all the things I love about this comic series. We have Kamala interacting with her family more and we get the explanation of Arabic words and meanings. The volume ends on a good note which I won't complain about. And heck it even had me like Ton...

    Story The story continues to delight me. I just really love Kamala's determination and geekiness. This is the only super hero comic I read these days, and for good reason. Ms. Wilson does such a good job to make her interesting, even though I've never been an Avenger (Or a teen-aged...

    This is the new Ms. Marvel story I have been waiting for! The previous series of Kamala Khan served to introduce her and her world to us. Now, post-Secret Wars, we finally see her deal with the ramifications of her existence on every level of her life. Like Miles Morales in Spider-Man:...

  • Liz Janet
    Mar 03, 2016

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

    So, Kamala is an Avenger, and knowing her, we all know she loves it. But it is not all it is cracked up to be, especially since she is only a teenager, and in between hero-ing, homework, and school projects, she barely has any time for friends and family. Wish is why she does not know ...

  • Emily
    Jul 07, 2016

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

    So, Kamala is an Avenger, and knowing her, we all know she loves it. But it is not all it is cracked up to be, especially since she is only a teenager, and in between hero-ing, homework, and school projects, she barely has any time for friends and family. Wish is why she does not know ...

    The BEST book Marvel is publishing. After the last book ended with Secret Wars I was annoyed cause a lot of stuff and character development had happened in the last series that I was worried would be removed again, luckily this book takes place right after that and with the same cre...

    2017 Hugo nominee for Best Graphic Novel, and waaaaaugh you guys I love this series so so much. This one picks up several months after the doomy events of the previous volume, everyone dusting themselves off and moving on; what with existential crises, the school being rebuilt (still w...

    Kamala Khan has joined the big leagues with her heroes, the Avengers. Being famous is great and all, but it's a little more difficult than she thought, balancing saving the world and Jersey City and her family and friends. She'll have to take on the suits using her face to gentrify her...

    Bullet Review: Whatever happened between the last volume and this - well, must not have been too big of a deal because this book requires no knowledge of "Secret Wars"! It hops back into Kamala's crazy life and adventures of being a teenaged Muslim superhero Avenger. The first se...

    GR Ultimate Summer Reading Challenge One and Done. ...

    I LOVE this volume. This series has been so consistently good, but this new story arc was fantastic. Loving the new artist as well. ...

    3.5 stars Oh, Kamala Khan. What have you gotten yourself into this time? Quick recap. Bruno has a girlfriend named Mike. Kamala tries to juggle being an Avenger, her brother getting married and schoolwork by having Bruno make some clones of her. The only problem is the cl...

    I'm consistently impressed by how well this series negotiates the tension between Kamala's life as a teenager and her life as Ms. Marvel, and where those lives intersect. Also, major major thanks to this volume in particular for embracing different kinds of diversity in an inclusive ra...

  • Sesana
    Mar 22, 2016

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

  • K.
    Aug 20, 2016

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

  • Sam Quixote
    Jul 11, 2016

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

  • Lauren Stoolfire
    Jan 07, 2016

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

    So, Kamala is an Avenger, and knowing her, we all know she loves it. But it is not all it is cracked up to be, especially since she is only a teenager, and in between hero-ing, homework, and school projects, she barely has any time for friends and family. Wish is why she does not know ...

    The BEST book Marvel is publishing. After the last book ended with Secret Wars I was annoyed cause a lot of stuff and character development had happened in the last series that I was worried would be removed again, luckily this book takes place right after that and with the same cre...

    2017 Hugo nominee for Best Graphic Novel, and waaaaaugh you guys I love this series so so much. This one picks up several months after the doomy events of the previous volume, everyone dusting themselves off and moving on; what with existential crises, the school being rebuilt (still w...

    Kamala Khan has joined the big leagues with her heroes, the Avengers. Being famous is great and all, but it's a little more difficult than she thought, balancing saving the world and Jersey City and her family and friends. She'll have to take on the suits using her face to gentrify her...

  • Fafa's Book Corner
    Jul 13, 2018

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

    So, Kamala is an Avenger, and knowing her, we all know she loves it. But it is not all it is cracked up to be, especially since she is only a teenager, and in between hero-ing, homework, and school projects, she barely has any time for friends and family. Wish is why she does not know ...

    The BEST book Marvel is publishing. After the last book ended with Secret Wars I was annoyed cause a lot of stuff and character development had happened in the last series that I was worried would be removed again, luckily this book takes place right after that and with the same cre...

    2017 Hugo nominee for Best Graphic Novel, and waaaaaugh you guys I love this series so so much. This one picks up several months after the doomy events of the previous volume, everyone dusting themselves off and moving on; what with existential crises, the school being rebuilt (still w...

    Kamala Khan has joined the big leagues with her heroes, the Avengers. Being famous is great and all, but it's a little more difficult than she thought, balancing saving the world and Jersey City and her family and friends. She'll have to take on the suits using her face to gentrify her...

    Bullet Review: Whatever happened between the last volume and this - well, must not have been too big of a deal because this book requires no knowledge of "Secret Wars"! It hops back into Kamala's crazy life and adventures of being a teenaged Muslim superhero Avenger. The first se...

    GR Ultimate Summer Reading Challenge One and Done. ...

  • Beth Cato
    Nov 25, 2017

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

    So, Kamala is an Avenger, and knowing her, we all know she loves it. But it is not all it is cracked up to be, especially since she is only a teenager, and in between hero-ing, homework, and school projects, she barely has any time for friends and family. Wish is why she does not know ...

    The BEST book Marvel is publishing. After the last book ended with Secret Wars I was annoyed cause a lot of stuff and character development had happened in the last series that I was worried would be removed again, luckily this book takes place right after that and with the same cre...

    2017 Hugo nominee for Best Graphic Novel, and waaaaaugh you guys I love this series so so much. This one picks up several months after the doomy events of the previous volume, everyone dusting themselves off and moving on; what with existential crises, the school being rebuilt (still w...

    Kamala Khan has joined the big leagues with her heroes, the Avengers. Being famous is great and all, but it's a little more difficult than she thought, balancing saving the world and Jersey City and her family and friends. She'll have to take on the suits using her face to gentrify her...

    Bullet Review: Whatever happened between the last volume and this - well, must not have been too big of a deal because this book requires no knowledge of "Secret Wars"! It hops back into Kamala's crazy life and adventures of being a teenaged Muslim superhero Avenger. The first se...

    GR Ultimate Summer Reading Challenge One and Done. ...

    I LOVE this volume. This series has been so consistently good, but this new story arc was fantastic. Loving the new artist as well. ...

    3.5 stars Oh, Kamala Khan. What have you gotten yourself into this time? Quick recap. Bruno has a girlfriend named Mike. Kamala tries to juggle being an Avenger, her brother getting married and schoolwork by having Bruno make some clones of her. The only problem is the cl...

    I'm consistently impressed by how well this series negotiates the tension between Kamala's life as a teenager and her life as Ms. Marvel, and where those lives intersect. Also, major major thanks to this volume in particular for embracing different kinds of diversity in an inclusive ra...

    Awww. Seriously. This volume brings back all the things I love about this comic series. We have Kamala interacting with her family more and we get the explanation of Arabic words and meanings. The volume ends on a good note which I won't complain about. And heck it even had me like Ton...

    Story The story continues to delight me. I just really love Kamala's determination and geekiness. This is the only super hero comic I read these days, and for good reason. Ms. Wilson does such a good job to make her interesting, even though I've never been an Avenger (Or a teen-aged...

    This is the new Ms. Marvel story I have been waiting for! The previous series of Kamala Khan served to introduce her and her world to us. Now, post-Secret Wars, we finally see her deal with the ramifications of her existence on every level of her life. Like Miles Morales in Spider-Man:...

    3,5 ? Aww, I love Mike and Tyesha! They're an amazing addition to the cast. Ms. Marvel is getting busy, busy, busy. How will she deal with everything that's happening in her life? (view spoiler)[Also, that interracial wedding where Tyesha and Aamir wanted to show the other that...

    Another fun issue, though it did inject some outright sitcom-style goofiness. I loved the new character Mike, and it was great to see Kamala's brother develop through his new relationship and the serious cultural and religious issues involved. ...

  • Rob
    Jun 04, 2016

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

    So, Kamala is an Avenger, and knowing her, we all know she loves it. But it is not all it is cracked up to be, especially since she is only a teenager, and in between hero-ing, homework, and school projects, she barely has any time for friends and family. Wish is why she does not know ...

    The BEST book Marvel is publishing. After the last book ended with Secret Wars I was annoyed cause a lot of stuff and character development had happened in the last series that I was worried would be removed again, luckily this book takes place right after that and with the same cre...

    2017 Hugo nominee for Best Graphic Novel, and waaaaaugh you guys I love this series so so much. This one picks up several months after the doomy events of the previous volume, everyone dusting themselves off and moving on; what with existential crises, the school being rebuilt (still w...

    Kamala Khan has joined the big leagues with her heroes, the Avengers. Being famous is great and all, but it's a little more difficult than she thought, balancing saving the world and Jersey City and her family and friends. She'll have to take on the suits using her face to gentrify her...

    Bullet Review: Whatever happened between the last volume and this - well, must not have been too big of a deal because this book requires no knowledge of "Secret Wars"! It hops back into Kamala's crazy life and adventures of being a teenaged Muslim superhero Avenger. The first se...

    GR Ultimate Summer Reading Challenge One and Done. ...

    I LOVE this volume. This series has been so consistently good, but this new story arc was fantastic. Loving the new artist as well. ...

    3.5 stars Oh, Kamala Khan. What have you gotten yourself into this time? Quick recap. Bruno has a girlfriend named Mike. Kamala tries to juggle being an Avenger, her brother getting married and schoolwork by having Bruno make some clones of her. The only problem is the cl...

    I'm consistently impressed by how well this series negotiates the tension between Kamala's life as a teenager and her life as Ms. Marvel, and where those lives intersect. Also, major major thanks to this volume in particular for embracing different kinds of diversity in an inclusive ra...

    Awww. Seriously. This volume brings back all the things I love about this comic series. We have Kamala interacting with her family more and we get the explanation of Arabic words and meanings. The volume ends on a good note which I won't complain about. And heck it even had me like Ton...

    Story The story continues to delight me. I just really love Kamala's determination and geekiness. This is the only super hero comic I read these days, and for good reason. Ms. Wilson does such a good job to make her interesting, even though I've never been an Avenger (Or a teen-aged...

  • James DeSantis
    Feb 23, 2018

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

  • Calista
    Aug 28, 2018

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

  • Rory Wilding
    Jul 16, 2016

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
    Apr 14, 2018

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

  • Terence
    Aug 17, 2016

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

  • Chad
    Nov 04, 2016

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

  • Wing Kee
    Apr 13, 2016

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

    So, Kamala is an Avenger, and knowing her, we all know she loves it. But it is not all it is cracked up to be, especially since she is only a teenager, and in between hero-ing, homework, and school projects, she barely has any time for friends and family. Wish is why she does not know ...

    The BEST book Marvel is publishing. After the last book ended with Secret Wars I was annoyed cause a lot of stuff and character development had happened in the last series that I was worried would be removed again, luckily this book takes place right after that and with the same cre...

  • Kate (GirlReading)
    Nov 13, 2018

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

  • Jonathan
    Aug 09, 2016

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

    So, Kamala is an Avenger, and knowing her, we all know she loves it. But it is not all it is cracked up to be, especially since she is only a teenager, and in between hero-ing, homework, and school projects, she barely has any time for friends and family. Wish is why she does not know ...

    The BEST book Marvel is publishing. After the last book ended with Secret Wars I was annoyed cause a lot of stuff and character development had happened in the last series that I was worried would be removed again, luckily this book takes place right after that and with the same cre...

    2017 Hugo nominee for Best Graphic Novel, and waaaaaugh you guys I love this series so so much. This one picks up several months after the doomy events of the previous volume, everyone dusting themselves off and moving on; what with existential crises, the school being rebuilt (still w...

    Kamala Khan has joined the big leagues with her heroes, the Avengers. Being famous is great and all, but it's a little more difficult than she thought, balancing saving the world and Jersey City and her family and friends. She'll have to take on the suits using her face to gentrify her...

    Bullet Review: Whatever happened between the last volume and this - well, must not have been too big of a deal because this book requires no knowledge of "Secret Wars"! It hops back into Kamala's crazy life and adventures of being a teenaged Muslim superhero Avenger. The first se...

    GR Ultimate Summer Reading Challenge One and Done. ...

    I LOVE this volume. This series has been so consistently good, but this new story arc was fantastic. Loving the new artist as well. ...

    3.5 stars Oh, Kamala Khan. What have you gotten yourself into this time? Quick recap. Bruno has a girlfriend named Mike. Kamala tries to juggle being an Avenger, her brother getting married and schoolwork by having Bruno make some clones of her. The only problem is the cl...

  • Obsidian
    Mar 11, 2017

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

    So, Kamala is an Avenger, and knowing her, we all know she loves it. But it is not all it is cracked up to be, especially since she is only a teenager, and in between hero-ing, homework, and school projects, she barely has any time for friends and family. Wish is why she does not know ...

    The BEST book Marvel is publishing. After the last book ended with Secret Wars I was annoyed cause a lot of stuff and character development had happened in the last series that I was worried would be removed again, luckily this book takes place right after that and with the same cre...

    2017 Hugo nominee for Best Graphic Novel, and waaaaaugh you guys I love this series so so much. This one picks up several months after the doomy events of the previous volume, everyone dusting themselves off and moving on; what with existential crises, the school being rebuilt (still w...

    Kamala Khan has joined the big leagues with her heroes, the Avengers. Being famous is great and all, but it's a little more difficult than she thought, balancing saving the world and Jersey City and her family and friends. She'll have to take on the suits using her face to gentrify her...

    Bullet Review: Whatever happened between the last volume and this - well, must not have been too big of a deal because this book requires no knowledge of "Secret Wars"! It hops back into Kamala's crazy life and adventures of being a teenaged Muslim superhero Avenger. The first se...

    GR Ultimate Summer Reading Challenge One and Done. ...

    I LOVE this volume. This series has been so consistently good, but this new story arc was fantastic. Loving the new artist as well. ...

    3.5 stars Oh, Kamala Khan. What have you gotten yourself into this time? Quick recap. Bruno has a girlfriend named Mike. Kamala tries to juggle being an Avenger, her brother getting married and schoolwork by having Bruno make some clones of her. The only problem is the cl...

    I'm consistently impressed by how well this series negotiates the tension between Kamala's life as a teenager and her life as Ms. Marvel, and where those lives intersect. Also, major major thanks to this volume in particular for embracing different kinds of diversity in an inclusive ra...

    Awww. Seriously. This volume brings back all the things I love about this comic series. We have Kamala interacting with her family more and we get the explanation of Arabic words and meanings. The volume ends on a good note which I won't complain about. And heck it even had me like Ton...

  • Roy
    Feb 28, 2018

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

    So, Kamala is an Avenger, and knowing her, we all know she loves it. But it is not all it is cracked up to be, especially since she is only a teenager, and in between hero-ing, homework, and school projects, she barely has any time for friends and family. Wish is why she does not know ...

    The BEST book Marvel is publishing. After the last book ended with Secret Wars I was annoyed cause a lot of stuff and character development had happened in the last series that I was worried would be removed again, luckily this book takes place right after that and with the same cre...

    2017 Hugo nominee for Best Graphic Novel, and waaaaaugh you guys I love this series so so much. This one picks up several months after the doomy events of the previous volume, everyone dusting themselves off and moving on; what with existential crises, the school being rebuilt (still w...

    Kamala Khan has joined the big leagues with her heroes, the Avengers. Being famous is great and all, but it's a little more difficult than she thought, balancing saving the world and Jersey City and her family and friends. She'll have to take on the suits using her face to gentrify her...

    Bullet Review: Whatever happened between the last volume and this - well, must not have been too big of a deal because this book requires no knowledge of "Secret Wars"! It hops back into Kamala's crazy life and adventures of being a teenaged Muslim superhero Avenger. The first se...

    GR Ultimate Summer Reading Challenge One and Done. ...

    I LOVE this volume. This series has been so consistently good, but this new story arc was fantastic. Loving the new artist as well. ...

    3.5 stars Oh, Kamala Khan. What have you gotten yourself into this time? Quick recap. Bruno has a girlfriend named Mike. Kamala tries to juggle being an Avenger, her brother getting married and schoolwork by having Bruno make some clones of her. The only problem is the cl...

    I'm consistently impressed by how well this series negotiates the tension between Kamala's life as a teenager and her life as Ms. Marvel, and where those lives intersect. Also, major major thanks to this volume in particular for embracing different kinds of diversity in an inclusive ra...

    Awww. Seriously. This volume brings back all the things I love about this comic series. We have Kamala interacting with her family more and we get the explanation of Arabic words and meanings. The volume ends on a good note which I won't complain about. And heck it even had me like Ton...

    Story The story continues to delight me. I just really love Kamala's determination and geekiness. This is the only super hero comic I read these days, and for good reason. Ms. Wilson does such a good job to make her interesting, even though I've never been an Avenger (Or a teen-aged...

    This is the new Ms. Marvel story I have been waiting for! The previous series of Kamala Khan served to introduce her and her world to us. Now, post-Secret Wars, we finally see her deal with the ramifications of her existence on every level of her life. Like Miles Morales in Spider-Man:...

    3,5 ? Aww, I love Mike and Tyesha! They're an amazing addition to the cast. Ms. Marvel is getting busy, busy, busy. How will she deal with everything that's happening in her life? (view spoiler)[Also, that interracial wedding where Tyesha and Aamir wanted to show the other that...

    Another fun issue, though it did inject some outright sitcom-style goofiness. I loved the new character Mike, and it was great to see Kamala's brother develop through his new relationship and the serious cultural and religious issues involved. ...

    Great evolution of the story. I love the small comedic elements to this story. Continues to be an addictive read. ...

  • E.
    Dec 31, 2018

    8 months after the last volume? The end of the world came and went with Secret Wars leaving Earth more-or-less the same as it was before. Also intact is G. Willow Wilson?s Ms Marvel series which thankfully remains awesome! Except some things have changed. Love is in the air ...

    I read this a long time ago and reviewed it but it wasn't showing! GR is getting on my nerves! And it shows I have read everything 2 times!! I give up ...

    Kamala Khan is busy. She has the normal teenager stuff like school, homework, and family obligations to deal with, but then she's also the superhero Ms. Marvel. Did I mention she's an Avenger now too? Ms. Marvel is facing off against an evil entity that is using her likeness to t...

    Another fantastic volume. There are two separate stories here, but they both revolve around Kamala struggling to balance friendships, family, schoolwork, and superheroing, particularly now that Ms. Marvel is now famous and an Avenger. It is not going well. This book probably does the b...

    I enjoy this series and this wasn't my favorite book in the series. I did think it was funny, especially the last few chapters. I didn't like the beginning when she was fighting some weird corporation. I don't know, that left me cold. The end when she was creating golems to help her li...

    How does this series continue to be SO GOOD. It is the only superhero comic I read that doesn't allow the larger events of the Marvel (or whatever) universe to completely mess with the narrative it's trying to tell. Kamala is always Kamala. I never feel discombobulated when I'm reading...

    I can't say that Ms. Marvel is handling fame too well. But then, I suppose there wouldn't be too much of a story if she COULD. :) Others will take advantage of her, of course, but no one can get her to say NO. Sigh. Overworked and ambitious kid. :) ...

    4.5 stars. Okay, first of all? I had no idea there was going to be a fifth volume of Ms. Marvel. I thought volume 4 was the end of the line, and all signs pointed to that with the way volume 4 ended. So colour me excited when volume 5 arrived at work the other day. Obviously, I pro...

    Upon reading volume one, this series became one of my all time favourite things to read and this volume is no different. This series has everything you could possibly want and I adore it. ...

    The best volume so far. Ms. Marvel has to juggle family, school, superheroing and now being an Avenger. Full of evil hipsters, Canadian ninjas, and Mr. Meeseeks type clones. Plus she has to deal with the fact that Bruno has moved on. ...

    As we learned from the last volume of Marvel?s best new creation in years Ms. Marvel, the world was coming to an end due to the events of Secret Wars and for Kamala Khan, all she ever needed was not the super-heroics, but the friends and family around her. However, superhero comics a...

    Thing is I like Ms. Marvel. She's pretty badass, she got some good jokes, her family mayham is fun, but I just don't love her solo books? This isn't to say G. Willow Wilson is a bad writer or anything, I actually think she's very solid, I just don't seem to connect to a lot of the plot...

    In volume 5: *Kamala Khan is now an actual Avenger fighting some villain instead of a fan writing fan-fiction about the Avengers. Oh, and that villain? The Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association (HYDRA!) that on the surface seems to be a resented tool of gentrification th...

    So, Kamala is an Avenger, and knowing her, we all know she loves it. But it is not all it is cracked up to be, especially since she is only a teenager, and in between hero-ing, homework, and school projects, she barely has any time for friends and family. Wish is why she does not know ...

    The BEST book Marvel is publishing. After the last book ended with Secret Wars I was annoyed cause a lot of stuff and character development had happened in the last series that I was worried would be removed again, luckily this book takes place right after that and with the same cre...

    2017 Hugo nominee for Best Graphic Novel, and waaaaaugh you guys I love this series so so much. This one picks up several months after the doomy events of the previous volume, everyone dusting themselves off and moving on; what with existential crises, the school being rebuilt (still w...

    Kamala Khan has joined the big leagues with her heroes, the Avengers. Being famous is great and all, but it's a little more difficult than she thought, balancing saving the world and Jersey City and her family and friends. She'll have to take on the suits using her face to gentrify her...

    Bullet Review: Whatever happened between the last volume and this - well, must not have been too big of a deal because this book requires no knowledge of "Secret Wars"! It hops back into Kamala's crazy life and adventures of being a teenaged Muslim superhero Avenger. The first se...

    GR Ultimate Summer Reading Challenge One and Done. ...

    I LOVE this volume. This series has been so consistently good, but this new story arc was fantastic. Loving the new artist as well. ...

    3.5 stars Oh, Kamala Khan. What have you gotten yourself into this time? Quick recap. Bruno has a girlfriend named Mike. Kamala tries to juggle being an Avenger, her brother getting married and schoolwork by having Bruno make some clones of her. The only problem is the cl...

    I'm consistently impressed by how well this series negotiates the tension between Kamala's life as a teenager and her life as Ms. Marvel, and where those lives intersect. Also, major major thanks to this volume in particular for embracing different kinds of diversity in an inclusive ra...

    Awww. Seriously. This volume brings back all the things I love about this comic series. We have Kamala interacting with her family more and we get the explanation of Arabic words and meanings. The volume ends on a good note which I won't complain about. And heck it even had me like Ton...

    Story The story continues to delight me. I just really love Kamala's determination and geekiness. This is the only super hero comic I read these days, and for good reason. Ms. Wilson does such a good job to make her interesting, even though I've never been an Avenger (Or a teen-aged...

    This is the new Ms. Marvel story I have been waiting for! The previous series of Kamala Khan served to introduce her and her world to us. Now, post-Secret Wars, we finally see her deal with the ramifications of her existence on every level of her life. Like Miles Morales in Spider-Man:...

    3,5 ? Aww, I love Mike and Tyesha! They're an amazing addition to the cast. Ms. Marvel is getting busy, busy, busy. How will she deal with everything that's happening in her life? (view spoiler)[Also, that interracial wedding where Tyesha and Aamir wanted to show the other that...