Ms. Marvel, Vol. 8: Mecca

Ms. Marvel, Vol. 8: Mecca

The villains are at Kamala's door, and Ms. Marvel has to save a city that doesn't want saving. The malleable Ms. Marvel continues her hero's journey as an enemy from her past begins targeting those closest to her, a challenge that calls into question everything about her -- not just as a super hero, but as a human being! Who can Ms. Marvel trust when everyone in Jersey Cit The villains are at Kamala's door, and Ms. Marvel has to save a city that doesn't want saving. The malleable Ms. Marvel c...

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Title:Ms. Marvel, Vol. 8: Mecca
Author:G. Willow Wilson
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ISBN:Ms. Marvel, Vol. 8: Mecca
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:144 pages pages

Ms. Marvel, Vol. 8: Mecca Reviews

  • Renata
    Nov 13, 2017

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

  • David Schaafsma
    Apr 15, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

  • Stefanie
    Jan 27, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

    Once again, captivating character interaction makes up for the absolute mess in the plotting. The first arc is a screed against Trumpism with a little nod of understanding as to why Trump is popular with some people. The second, shorter tale about a runaway train seems to illustrate on...

    Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel is one of my favorite newer Marvel comics characters. The entire series has been pretty fantastic, but I'd say that this volume is one of the best recent ones. It's not afraid to get very real plus focus on Kamala's family, all while featuring some great action...

    Still loving this as much as the previous. Has great superhero action and story with perfect combination of real world themes/discussion. Keep making this great series. ...

    Surprise, surprise, G. Willow Wilson is on the left of the political spectrum. That's Ok. She tries to convey an allegorical tale about Trump's politics, people's reactions against each other and particularly those different. That's Ok. She bends credibility to her needs without fl...

    Bullseye. World: Art once again is fantastic with beautifully expressive and charming characters. The world building is simply amazing. This book is so meta textual it makes me so happy. The pieces Wilson adapts from weekdays happening to America right now will blow your brain. ...

    Honestly, Ms Marvel is just head and shoulders above most other ongoing comic series. Kamala is a wonderfully honest, flawed but good-hearted hero, and the storylines aren't afraid to tackle big issues in very sensitive ways. Plus, it's just amazing to see a Muslim family at the heart ...

    Another great addition to the Ms. Marvel series. Every time I pick a new volume up, I know that I will find in it action, adventure, cool superpowers put to use, fantastic friendships developed, interesting plot lines (the majority of time), diversity, and a lot of heart. This ...

    It's gonna be a long wait until the next volume!! ...

    Good issue! Enjoyed the domestic struggles, Hydra claiming mayorship, all the hassles,... Always love to see Ms. Marvel in action, fysically nd verbally :) ...

    Ms. Marvel is as good as ever. In this volume, Jersey City is taken over by a group that want to make Jersey City great again. The group's ire is directed against people with super powers. Ms. Marvel comes to realize that not everyone appreciates her efforts to save the city, and as a ...

    How can people be so stupid, so angry, and so frightened that they just line up behind whatever strongman shows up promising a return to ?better times?, no matter who they hurt? Ms Marvel has a crisis of confidence when some past threats (including Hipster Hydra Chuck and Junior Ge...

    Catching up on comics! Here is my review of vols 7-8 (separately): http://www.bogireadstheworld.com/comi... Source of the book: Amazon wishlist gift from goodbyebird. Thank you! ...

    Ms Marvel is feeling exhausted, alone and unappreciated but keeps up the good fight anyway. But when Red Dagger shows up and helps her stop a runaway train, he suggests she might want to take some time to take care of herself. ...

  • Nina
    Jan 29, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

    Once again, captivating character interaction makes up for the absolute mess in the plotting. The first arc is a screed against Trumpism with a little nod of understanding as to why Trump is popular with some people. The second, shorter tale about a runaway train seems to illustrate on...

    Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel is one of my favorite newer Marvel comics characters. The entire series has been pretty fantastic, but I'd say that this volume is one of the best recent ones. It's not afraid to get very real plus focus on Kamala's family, all while featuring some great action...

    Still loving this as much as the previous. Has great superhero action and story with perfect combination of real world themes/discussion. Keep making this great series. ...

    Surprise, surprise, G. Willow Wilson is on the left of the political spectrum. That's Ok. She tries to convey an allegorical tale about Trump's politics, people's reactions against each other and particularly those different. That's Ok. She bends credibility to her needs without fl...

    Bullseye. World: Art once again is fantastic with beautifully expressive and charming characters. The world building is simply amazing. This book is so meta textual it makes me so happy. The pieces Wilson adapts from weekdays happening to America right now will blow your brain. ...

    Honestly, Ms Marvel is just head and shoulders above most other ongoing comic series. Kamala is a wonderfully honest, flawed but good-hearted hero, and the storylines aren't afraid to tackle big issues in very sensitive ways. Plus, it's just amazing to see a Muslim family at the heart ...

    Another great addition to the Ms. Marvel series. Every time I pick a new volume up, I know that I will find in it action, adventure, cool superpowers put to use, fantastic friendships developed, interesting plot lines (the majority of time), diversity, and a lot of heart. This ...

    It's gonna be a long wait until the next volume!! ...

    Good issue! Enjoyed the domestic struggles, Hydra claiming mayorship, all the hassles,... Always love to see Ms. Marvel in action, fysically nd verbally :) ...

    Ms. Marvel is as good as ever. In this volume, Jersey City is taken over by a group that want to make Jersey City great again. The group's ire is directed against people with super powers. Ms. Marvel comes to realize that not everyone appreciates her efforts to save the city, and as a ...

    How can people be so stupid, so angry, and so frightened that they just line up behind whatever strongman shows up promising a return to ?better times?, no matter who they hurt? Ms Marvel has a crisis of confidence when some past threats (including Hipster Hydra Chuck and Junior Ge...

    Catching up on comics! Here is my review of vols 7-8 (separately): http://www.bogireadstheworld.com/comi... Source of the book: Amazon wishlist gift from goodbyebird. Thank you! ...

    Ms Marvel is feeling exhausted, alone and unappreciated but keeps up the good fight anyway. But when Red Dagger shows up and helps her stop a runaway train, he suggests she might want to take some time to take care of herself. ...

    Hellloooo Laal Khanjeer! ...

    I still really like Kamala, and I understand the importance of the story, but it's also just gotten very serious, and I like a little more humor in my comic books I guess. ...

  • Ashley
    Jan 31, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

  • Ran
    Jan 02, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

  • Elizabeth A
    Mar 12, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

  • Sam Quixote
    May 01, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

  • Lauren Stoolfire
    Mar 07, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

    Once again, captivating character interaction makes up for the absolute mess in the plotting. The first arc is a screed against Trumpism with a little nod of understanding as to why Trump is popular with some people. The second, shorter tale about a runaway train seems to illustrate on...

    Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel is one of my favorite newer Marvel comics characters. The entire series has been pretty fantastic, but I'd say that this volume is one of the best recent ones. It's not afraid to get very real plus focus on Kamala's family, all while featuring some great action...

  • Koen
    Nov 23, 2017

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

    Once again, captivating character interaction makes up for the absolute mess in the plotting. The first arc is a screed against Trumpism with a little nod of understanding as to why Trump is popular with some people. The second, shorter tale about a runaway train seems to illustrate on...

    Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel is one of my favorite newer Marvel comics characters. The entire series has been pretty fantastic, but I'd say that this volume is one of the best recent ones. It's not afraid to get very real plus focus on Kamala's family, all while featuring some great action...

    Still loving this as much as the previous. Has great superhero action and story with perfect combination of real world themes/discussion. Keep making this great series. ...

    Surprise, surprise, G. Willow Wilson is on the left of the political spectrum. That's Ok. She tries to convey an allegorical tale about Trump's politics, people's reactions against each other and particularly those different. That's Ok. She bends credibility to her needs without fl...

    Bullseye. World: Art once again is fantastic with beautifully expressive and charming characters. The world building is simply amazing. This book is so meta textual it makes me so happy. The pieces Wilson adapts from weekdays happening to America right now will blow your brain. ...

    Honestly, Ms Marvel is just head and shoulders above most other ongoing comic series. Kamala is a wonderfully honest, flawed but good-hearted hero, and the storylines aren't afraid to tackle big issues in very sensitive ways. Plus, it's just amazing to see a Muslim family at the heart ...

    Another great addition to the Ms. Marvel series. Every time I pick a new volume up, I know that I will find in it action, adventure, cool superpowers put to use, fantastic friendships developed, interesting plot lines (the majority of time), diversity, and a lot of heart. This ...

    It's gonna be a long wait until the next volume!! ...

    Good issue! Enjoyed the domestic struggles, Hydra claiming mayorship, all the hassles,... Always love to see Ms. Marvel in action, fysically nd verbally :) ...

  • Fafa's Book Corner
    Jul 13, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

  • Adan
    May 07, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

    Once again, captivating character interaction makes up for the absolute mess in the plotting. The first arc is a screed against Trumpism with a little nod of understanding as to why Trump is popular with some people. The second, shorter tale about a runaway train seems to illustrate on...

    Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel is one of my favorite newer Marvel comics characters. The entire series has been pretty fantastic, but I'd say that this volume is one of the best recent ones. It's not afraid to get very real plus focus on Kamala's family, all while featuring some great action...

    Still loving this as much as the previous. Has great superhero action and story with perfect combination of real world themes/discussion. Keep making this great series. ...

    Surprise, surprise, G. Willow Wilson is on the left of the political spectrum. That's Ok. She tries to convey an allegorical tale about Trump's politics, people's reactions against each other and particularly those different. That's Ok. She bends credibility to her needs without fl...

    Bullseye. World: Art once again is fantastic with beautifully expressive and charming characters. The world building is simply amazing. This book is so meta textual it makes me so happy. The pieces Wilson adapts from weekdays happening to America right now will blow your brain. ...

    Honestly, Ms Marvel is just head and shoulders above most other ongoing comic series. Kamala is a wonderfully honest, flawed but good-hearted hero, and the storylines aren't afraid to tackle big issues in very sensitive ways. Plus, it's just amazing to see a Muslim family at the heart ...

    Another great addition to the Ms. Marvel series. Every time I pick a new volume up, I know that I will find in it action, adventure, cool superpowers put to use, fantastic friendships developed, interesting plot lines (the majority of time), diversity, and a lot of heart. This ...

    It's gonna be a long wait until the next volume!! ...

    Good issue! Enjoyed the domestic struggles, Hydra claiming mayorship, all the hassles,... Always love to see Ms. Marvel in action, fysically nd verbally :) ...

    Ms. Marvel is as good as ever. In this volume, Jersey City is taken over by a group that want to make Jersey City great again. The group's ire is directed against people with super powers. Ms. Marvel comes to realize that not everyone appreciates her efforts to save the city, and as a ...

    How can people be so stupid, so angry, and so frightened that they just line up behind whatever strongman shows up promising a return to ?better times?, no matter who they hurt? Ms Marvel has a crisis of confidence when some past threats (including Hipster Hydra Chuck and Junior Ge...

  • Lola
    Mar 12, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

    Once again, captivating character interaction makes up for the absolute mess in the plotting. The first arc is a screed against Trumpism with a little nod of understanding as to why Trump is popular with some people. The second, shorter tale about a runaway train seems to illustrate on...

    Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel is one of my favorite newer Marvel comics characters. The entire series has been pretty fantastic, but I'd say that this volume is one of the best recent ones. It's not afraid to get very real plus focus on Kamala's family, all while featuring some great action...

    Still loving this as much as the previous. Has great superhero action and story with perfect combination of real world themes/discussion. Keep making this great series. ...

    Surprise, surprise, G. Willow Wilson is on the left of the political spectrum. That's Ok. She tries to convey an allegorical tale about Trump's politics, people's reactions against each other and particularly those different. That's Ok. She bends credibility to her needs without fl...

    Bullseye. World: Art once again is fantastic with beautifully expressive and charming characters. The world building is simply amazing. This book is so meta textual it makes me so happy. The pieces Wilson adapts from weekdays happening to America right now will blow your brain. ...

    Honestly, Ms Marvel is just head and shoulders above most other ongoing comic series. Kamala is a wonderfully honest, flawed but good-hearted hero, and the storylines aren't afraid to tackle big issues in very sensitive ways. Plus, it's just amazing to see a Muslim family at the heart ...

    Another great addition to the Ms. Marvel series. Every time I pick a new volume up, I know that I will find in it action, adventure, cool superpowers put to use, fantastic friendships developed, interesting plot lines (the majority of time), diversity, and a lot of heart. This ...

  • Rory Wilding
    Jan 13, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

  • Rachel (Kalanadi)
    Jan 31, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

    Once again, captivating character interaction makes up for the absolute mess in the plotting. The first arc is a screed against Trumpism with a little nod of understanding as to why Trump is popular with some people. The second, shorter tale about a runaway train seems to illustrate on...

    Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel is one of my favorite newer Marvel comics characters. The entire series has been pretty fantastic, but I'd say that this volume is one of the best recent ones. It's not afraid to get very real plus focus on Kamala's family, all while featuring some great action...

    Still loving this as much as the previous. Has great superhero action and story with perfect combination of real world themes/discussion. Keep making this great series. ...

    Surprise, surprise, G. Willow Wilson is on the left of the political spectrum. That's Ok. She tries to convey an allegorical tale about Trump's politics, people's reactions against each other and particularly those different. That's Ok. She bends credibility to her needs without fl...

    Bullseye. World: Art once again is fantastic with beautifully expressive and charming characters. The world building is simply amazing. This book is so meta textual it makes me so happy. The pieces Wilson adapts from weekdays happening to America right now will blow your brain. ...

    Honestly, Ms Marvel is just head and shoulders above most other ongoing comic series. Kamala is a wonderfully honest, flawed but good-hearted hero, and the storylines aren't afraid to tackle big issues in very sensitive ways. Plus, it's just amazing to see a Muslim family at the heart ...

    Another great addition to the Ms. Marvel series. Every time I pick a new volume up, I know that I will find in it action, adventure, cool superpowers put to use, fantastic friendships developed, interesting plot lines (the majority of time), diversity, and a lot of heart. This ...

    It's gonna be a long wait until the next volume!! ...

    Good issue! Enjoyed the domestic struggles, Hydra claiming mayorship, all the hassles,... Always love to see Ms. Marvel in action, fysically nd verbally :) ...

    Ms. Marvel is as good as ever. In this volume, Jersey City is taken over by a group that want to make Jersey City great again. The group's ire is directed against people with super powers. Ms. Marvel comes to realize that not everyone appreciates her efforts to save the city, and as a ...

    How can people be so stupid, so angry, and so frightened that they just line up behind whatever strongman shows up promising a return to ?better times?, no matter who they hurt? Ms Marvel has a crisis of confidence when some past threats (including Hipster Hydra Chuck and Junior Ge...

    Catching up on comics! Here is my review of vols 7-8 (separately): http://www.bogireadstheworld.com/comi... Source of the book: Amazon wishlist gift from goodbyebird. Thank you! ...

    Ms Marvel is feeling exhausted, alone and unappreciated but keeps up the good fight anyway. But when Red Dagger shows up and helps her stop a runaway train, he suggests she might want to take some time to take care of herself. ...

    Hellloooo Laal Khanjeer! ...

  • Frédéric
    May 02, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

    Once again, captivating character interaction makes up for the absolute mess in the plotting. The first arc is a screed against Trumpism with a little nod of understanding as to why Trump is popular with some people. The second, shorter tale about a runaway train seems to illustrate on...

    Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel is one of my favorite newer Marvel comics characters. The entire series has been pretty fantastic, but I'd say that this volume is one of the best recent ones. It's not afraid to get very real plus focus on Kamala's family, all while featuring some great action...

    Still loving this as much as the previous. Has great superhero action and story with perfect combination of real world themes/discussion. Keep making this great series. ...

    Surprise, surprise, G. Willow Wilson is on the left of the political spectrum. That's Ok. She tries to convey an allegorical tale about Trump's politics, people's reactions against each other and particularly those different. That's Ok. She bends credibility to her needs without fl...

  • Robin Stevens
    Jan 09, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

    Once again, captivating character interaction makes up for the absolute mess in the plotting. The first arc is a screed against Trumpism with a little nod of understanding as to why Trump is popular with some people. The second, shorter tale about a runaway train seems to illustrate on...

    Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel is one of my favorite newer Marvel comics characters. The entire series has been pretty fantastic, but I'd say that this volume is one of the best recent ones. It's not afraid to get very real plus focus on Kamala's family, all while featuring some great action...

    Still loving this as much as the previous. Has great superhero action and story with perfect combination of real world themes/discussion. Keep making this great series. ...

    Surprise, surprise, G. Willow Wilson is on the left of the political spectrum. That's Ok. She tries to convey an allegorical tale about Trump's politics, people's reactions against each other and particularly those different. That's Ok. She bends credibility to her needs without fl...

    Bullseye. World: Art once again is fantastic with beautifully expressive and charming characters. The world building is simply amazing. This book is so meta textual it makes me so happy. The pieces Wilson adapts from weekdays happening to America right now will blow your brain. ...

    Honestly, Ms Marvel is just head and shoulders above most other ongoing comic series. Kamala is a wonderfully honest, flawed but good-hearted hero, and the storylines aren't afraid to tackle big issues in very sensitive ways. Plus, it's just amazing to see a Muslim family at the heart ...

  • Rod Brown
    Feb 14, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

    Once again, captivating character interaction makes up for the absolute mess in the plotting. The first arc is a screed against Trumpism with a little nod of understanding as to why Trump is popular with some people. The second, shorter tale about a runaway train seems to illustrate on...

  • Chad
    Feb 06, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

  • Brierly
    Jan 23, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

  • Wing Kee
    May 23, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

    Once again, captivating character interaction makes up for the absolute mess in the plotting. The first arc is a screed against Trumpism with a little nod of understanding as to why Trump is popular with some people. The second, shorter tale about a runaway train seems to illustrate on...

    Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel is one of my favorite newer Marvel comics characters. The entire series has been pretty fantastic, but I'd say that this volume is one of the best recent ones. It's not afraid to get very real plus focus on Kamala's family, all while featuring some great action...

    Still loving this as much as the previous. Has great superhero action and story with perfect combination of real world themes/discussion. Keep making this great series. ...

    Surprise, surprise, G. Willow Wilson is on the left of the political spectrum. That's Ok. She tries to convey an allegorical tale about Trump's politics, people's reactions against each other and particularly those different. That's Ok. She bends credibility to her needs without fl...

    Bullseye. World: Art once again is fantastic with beautifully expressive and charming characters. The world building is simply amazing. This book is so meta textual it makes me so happy. The pieces Wilson adapts from weekdays happening to America right now will blow your brain. ...

  • Scott S.
    Apr 06, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

  • Anniek
    Jan 11, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

    Once again, captivating character interaction makes up for the absolute mess in the plotting. The first arc is a screed against Trumpism with a little nod of understanding as to why Trump is popular with some people. The second, shorter tale about a runaway train seems to illustrate on...

    Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel is one of my favorite newer Marvel comics characters. The entire series has been pretty fantastic, but I'd say that this volume is one of the best recent ones. It's not afraid to get very real plus focus on Kamala's family, all while featuring some great action...

    Still loving this as much as the previous. Has great superhero action and story with perfect combination of real world themes/discussion. Keep making this great series. ...

    Surprise, surprise, G. Willow Wilson is on the left of the political spectrum. That's Ok. She tries to convey an allegorical tale about Trump's politics, people's reactions against each other and particularly those different. That's Ok. She bends credibility to her needs without fl...

    Bullseye. World: Art once again is fantastic with beautifully expressive and charming characters. The world building is simply amazing. This book is so meta textual it makes me so happy. The pieces Wilson adapts from weekdays happening to America right now will blow your brain. ...

    Honestly, Ms Marvel is just head and shoulders above most other ongoing comic series. Kamala is a wonderfully honest, flawed but good-hearted hero, and the storylines aren't afraid to tackle big issues in very sensitive ways. Plus, it's just amazing to see a Muslim family at the heart ...

    Another great addition to the Ms. Marvel series. Every time I pick a new volume up, I know that I will find in it action, adventure, cool superpowers put to use, fantastic friendships developed, interesting plot lines (the majority of time), diversity, and a lot of heart. This ...

    It's gonna be a long wait until the next volume!! ...

  • Bookishrealm
    Jun 28, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

  • Bogi Takács
    Apr 12, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

    Once again, captivating character interaction makes up for the absolute mess in the plotting. The first arc is a screed against Trumpism with a little nod of understanding as to why Trump is popular with some people. The second, shorter tale about a runaway train seems to illustrate on...

    Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel is one of my favorite newer Marvel comics characters. The entire series has been pretty fantastic, but I'd say that this volume is one of the best recent ones. It's not afraid to get very real plus focus on Kamala's family, all while featuring some great action...

    Still loving this as much as the previous. Has great superhero action and story with perfect combination of real world themes/discussion. Keep making this great series. ...

    Surprise, surprise, G. Willow Wilson is on the left of the political spectrum. That's Ok. She tries to convey an allegorical tale about Trump's politics, people's reactions against each other and particularly those different. That's Ok. She bends credibility to her needs without fl...

    Bullseye. World: Art once again is fantastic with beautifully expressive and charming characters. The world building is simply amazing. This book is so meta textual it makes me so happy. The pieces Wilson adapts from weekdays happening to America right now will blow your brain. ...

    Honestly, Ms Marvel is just head and shoulders above most other ongoing comic series. Kamala is a wonderfully honest, flawed but good-hearted hero, and the storylines aren't afraid to tackle big issues in very sensitive ways. Plus, it's just amazing to see a Muslim family at the heart ...

    Another great addition to the Ms. Marvel series. Every time I pick a new volume up, I know that I will find in it action, adventure, cool superpowers put to use, fantastic friendships developed, interesting plot lines (the majority of time), diversity, and a lot of heart. This ...

    It's gonna be a long wait until the next volume!! ...

    Good issue! Enjoyed the domestic struggles, Hydra claiming mayorship, all the hassles,... Always love to see Ms. Marvel in action, fysically nd verbally :) ...

    Ms. Marvel is as good as ever. In this volume, Jersey City is taken over by a group that want to make Jersey City great again. The group's ire is directed against people with super powers. Ms. Marvel comes to realize that not everyone appreciates her efforts to save the city, and as a ...

    How can people be so stupid, so angry, and so frightened that they just line up behind whatever strongman shows up promising a return to ?better times?, no matter who they hurt? Ms Marvel has a crisis of confidence when some past threats (including Hipster Hydra Chuck and Junior Ge...

    Catching up on comics! Here is my review of vols 7-8 (separately): http://www.bogireadstheworld.com/comi... Source of the book: Amazon wishlist gift from goodbyebird. Thank you! ...

  • Diz
    Mar 08, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

    Once again, captivating character interaction makes up for the absolute mess in the plotting. The first arc is a screed against Trumpism with a little nod of understanding as to why Trump is popular with some people. The second, shorter tale about a runaway train seems to illustrate on...

    Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel is one of my favorite newer Marvel comics characters. The entire series has been pretty fantastic, but I'd say that this volume is one of the best recent ones. It's not afraid to get very real plus focus on Kamala's family, all while featuring some great action...

    Still loving this as much as the previous. Has great superhero action and story with perfect combination of real world themes/discussion. Keep making this great series. ...

    Surprise, surprise, G. Willow Wilson is on the left of the political spectrum. That's Ok. She tries to convey an allegorical tale about Trump's politics, people's reactions against each other and particularly those different. That's Ok. She bends credibility to her needs without fl...

    Bullseye. World: Art once again is fantastic with beautifully expressive and charming characters. The world building is simply amazing. This book is so meta textual it makes me so happy. The pieces Wilson adapts from weekdays happening to America right now will blow your brain. ...

    Honestly, Ms Marvel is just head and shoulders above most other ongoing comic series. Kamala is a wonderfully honest, flawed but good-hearted hero, and the storylines aren't afraid to tackle big issues in very sensitive ways. Plus, it's just amazing to see a Muslim family at the heart ...

    Another great addition to the Ms. Marvel series. Every time I pick a new volume up, I know that I will find in it action, adventure, cool superpowers put to use, fantastic friendships developed, interesting plot lines (the majority of time), diversity, and a lot of heart. This ...

    It's gonna be a long wait until the next volume!! ...

    Good issue! Enjoyed the domestic struggles, Hydra claiming mayorship, all the hassles,... Always love to see Ms. Marvel in action, fysically nd verbally :) ...

    Ms. Marvel is as good as ever. In this volume, Jersey City is taken over by a group that want to make Jersey City great again. The group's ire is directed against people with super powers. Ms. Marvel comes to realize that not everyone appreciates her efforts to save the city, and as a ...

  • Roy
    Apr 11, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

    Once again, captivating character interaction makes up for the absolute mess in the plotting. The first arc is a screed against Trumpism with a little nod of understanding as to why Trump is popular with some people. The second, shorter tale about a runaway train seems to illustrate on...

    Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel is one of my favorite newer Marvel comics characters. The entire series has been pretty fantastic, but I'd say that this volume is one of the best recent ones. It's not afraid to get very real plus focus on Kamala's family, all while featuring some great action...

    Still loving this as much as the previous. Has great superhero action and story with perfect combination of real world themes/discussion. Keep making this great series. ...

  • Ivan Renz Ramos
    Jun 17, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

    Once again, captivating character interaction makes up for the absolute mess in the plotting. The first arc is a screed against Trumpism with a little nod of understanding as to why Trump is popular with some people. The second, shorter tale about a runaway train seems to illustrate on...

    Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel is one of my favorite newer Marvel comics characters. The entire series has been pretty fantastic, but I'd say that this volume is one of the best recent ones. It's not afraid to get very real plus focus on Kamala's family, all while featuring some great action...

    Still loving this as much as the previous. Has great superhero action and story with perfect combination of real world themes/discussion. Keep making this great series. ...

    Surprise, surprise, G. Willow Wilson is on the left of the political spectrum. That's Ok. She tries to convey an allegorical tale about Trump's politics, people's reactions against each other and particularly those different. That's Ok. She bends credibility to her needs without fl...

    Bullseye. World: Art once again is fantastic with beautifully expressive and charming characters. The world building is simply amazing. This book is so meta textual it makes me so happy. The pieces Wilson adapts from weekdays happening to America right now will blow your brain. ...

    Honestly, Ms Marvel is just head and shoulders above most other ongoing comic series. Kamala is a wonderfully honest, flawed but good-hearted hero, and the storylines aren't afraid to tackle big issues in very sensitive ways. Plus, it's just amazing to see a Muslim family at the heart ...

    Another great addition to the Ms. Marvel series. Every time I pick a new volume up, I know that I will find in it action, adventure, cool superpowers put to use, fantastic friendships developed, interesting plot lines (the majority of time), diversity, and a lot of heart. This ...

    It's gonna be a long wait until the next volume!! ...

    Good issue! Enjoyed the domestic struggles, Hydra claiming mayorship, all the hassles,... Always love to see Ms. Marvel in action, fysically nd verbally :) ...

    Ms. Marvel is as good as ever. In this volume, Jersey City is taken over by a group that want to make Jersey City great again. The group's ire is directed against people with super powers. Ms. Marvel comes to realize that not everyone appreciates her efforts to save the city, and as a ...

    How can people be so stupid, so angry, and so frightened that they just line up behind whatever strongman shows up promising a return to ?better times?, no matter who they hurt? Ms Marvel has a crisis of confidence when some past threats (including Hipster Hydra Chuck and Junior Ge...

    Catching up on comics! Here is my review of vols 7-8 (separately): http://www.bogireadstheworld.com/comi... Source of the book: Amazon wishlist gift from goodbyebird. Thank you! ...

    Ms Marvel is feeling exhausted, alone and unappreciated but keeps up the good fight anyway. But when Red Dagger shows up and helps her stop a runaway train, he suggests she might want to take some time to take care of herself. ...

    Hellloooo Laal Khanjeer! ...

    I still really like Kamala, and I understand the importance of the story, but it's also just gotten very serious, and I like a little more humor in my comic books I guess. ...

    book 4 of 2018 ...

    mmmehhh not really feeling it. ...

  • Em
    Jan 04, 2018

    I suspected Trump?s election broke G. Willow Wilson?s brain in the last Ms Marvel book ? now I?m convinced it has! Ms Marvel has jumped (Trumped?) the shark ? Volume 8: Mecca is so pants, I?m abandoning this title. In the main story, Wilson indulges in the popular far-l...

    After a kind of dwindling of energy and quality and focus in the last few volumes, Ms. Marvel: Volume Eight reveals the team has recaptured its initial zip and sharpness. The story had been working in contemporary political issues, but here they are in full force, as the Pakistani Musl...

    Great! ...

    ?You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only way they can have a starring role in their own lives is by playing the villain.? Volume 8 of Ms. Marvel ties up the series 2 plot of gentrification and Jersey City. As always, Kamala is end...

    I think this was my favorite volume of the current series. We start out with a story echoing the ugly nationalism that has risen over the last 2 years in the US. Chuck the hipster hydra agent illegally takes over as mayor and starts his own police force, rounding up everyone who is dif...

    This has been said before that if there is any superhero comic currently published that is the modern equivalent of Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's The Amazing Spider-Man, it would be G. Willow Wilson's Ms. Marvel as much like Peter Parker's life, Kamala Khan's is all about balancing her pe...

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

    This series remains one of my favorites, in which G. Willow Wilson continues to just write a goofy, down-to-earth highschooler dealing with super powers, and being Muslim in Jersey City. I know you thought I was describing Peter Parker at first. I seriously enjoy learning about Islamic...

    (read as single issues) Kamala and the Hulk are friends from work. ...

    This was an interesting installment to the series. I can?t say that it?s my favorite considering the fact that it had a similar message to the last volume. I was hoping that the series would provide us with something new. I was glad to see that Bruno became a permanent of Wakanda. ...

    This is probably actually a five-star comic, but it was a little depressing and I resent that it was a little depressing, which is really my problem and not the book's, but still. Enjoyment is ultimately part of my rating system, so, minus half a star, Ms. Marvel! Regardless of how ...

    I'm not a fan of overly preachy stories, and while I tend to agree with the politics of this graphic novel, I think the plot and characters were sacrificed in pursuit of educating the public. "You wanna know how people get radicalized? They get radicalized when they think the only w...

    4.5 stars Xenophobia rocks Jersey City in the form of hostile-takeover mayor Chuck Worthy (ugh and LOL - that name . . . ) and his narrow-minded "Keepers of Integration, Normalization and Deference" followers. Who is up to challenge to stop things from going in this very wrong direc...

    Once again, captivating character interaction makes up for the absolute mess in the plotting. The first arc is a screed against Trumpism with a little nod of understanding as to why Trump is popular with some people. The second, shorter tale about a runaway train seems to illustrate on...

    Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel is one of my favorite newer Marvel comics characters. The entire series has been pretty fantastic, but I'd say that this volume is one of the best recent ones. It's not afraid to get very real plus focus on Kamala's family, all while featuring some great action...

    Still loving this as much as the previous. Has great superhero action and story with perfect combination of real world themes/discussion. Keep making this great series. ...

    Surprise, surprise, G. Willow Wilson is on the left of the political spectrum. That's Ok. She tries to convey an allegorical tale about Trump's politics, people's reactions against each other and particularly those different. That's Ok. She bends credibility to her needs without fl...

    Bullseye. World: Art once again is fantastic with beautifully expressive and charming characters. The world building is simply amazing. This book is so meta textual it makes me so happy. The pieces Wilson adapts from weekdays happening to America right now will blow your brain. ...

    Honestly, Ms Marvel is just head and shoulders above most other ongoing comic series. Kamala is a wonderfully honest, flawed but good-hearted hero, and the storylines aren't afraid to tackle big issues in very sensitive ways. Plus, it's just amazing to see a Muslim family at the heart ...

    Another great addition to the Ms. Marvel series. Every time I pick a new volume up, I know that I will find in it action, adventure, cool superpowers put to use, fantastic friendships developed, interesting plot lines (the majority of time), diversity, and a lot of heart. This ...

    It's gonna be a long wait until the next volume!! ...

    Good issue! Enjoyed the domestic struggles, Hydra claiming mayorship, all the hassles,... Always love to see Ms. Marvel in action, fysically nd verbally :) ...

    Ms. Marvel is as good as ever. In this volume, Jersey City is taken over by a group that want to make Jersey City great again. The group's ire is directed against people with super powers. Ms. Marvel comes to realize that not everyone appreciates her efforts to save the city, and as a ...

    How can people be so stupid, so angry, and so frightened that they just line up behind whatever strongman shows up promising a return to ?better times?, no matter who they hurt? Ms Marvel has a crisis of confidence when some past threats (including Hipster Hydra Chuck and Junior Ge...

    Catching up on comics! Here is my review of vols 7-8 (separately): http://www.bogireadstheworld.com/comi... Source of the book: Amazon wishlist gift from goodbyebird. Thank you! ...

    Ms Marvel is feeling exhausted, alone and unappreciated but keeps up the good fight anyway. But when Red Dagger shows up and helps her stop a runaway train, he suggests she might want to take some time to take care of herself. ...

    Hellloooo Laal Khanjeer! ...

    I still really like Kamala, and I understand the importance of the story, but it's also just gotten very serious, and I like a little more humor in my comic books I guess. ...

    book 4 of 2018 ...