Ms. Marvel, Vol. 9: Teenage Wasteland

Ms. Marvel, Vol. 9: Teenage Wasteland

Kamala Khan has vanished! But where has she gone, and why? Jersey City still has a need for heroes, and in the wake of Ms. Marvel's disappearance, dozens have begun stepping up to the plate. The city's newest super hero Red Dagger and even ordinary citizens attempt to carry on the brave fight in Kamala's honor. Somehow, Ms. Marvel is nowhere...but also everywhere at once! Kamala Khan has vanished! But where has she gone, and why? Jersey City still has a need for heroes, and in the wake of Ms....

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Title:Ms. Marvel, Vol. 9: Teenage Wasteland
Author:G. Willow Wilson
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ISBN:Ms. Marvel, Vol. 9: Teenage Wasteland
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:136 pages pages

Ms. Marvel, Vol. 9: Teenage Wasteland Reviews

  • Renata
    Aug 08, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

    (Read as single issues) I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls ...

  • David Schaafsma
    Sep 17, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

  • Lara
    Sep 20, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

    (Read as single issues) I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls ...

    What happens when Ms. Marvel disappears? Her friends take up the mantle until they have to call in the big guns, Captain Marvel! Kamala Khan is at a private school & doesnt know how much she is missed back home. What will happen when she returns to Jersey City? ...

    I?ve always loved the tone and the message of this book and this is just more of the awesome same. World: The art is amazing, the characters are so full of personality and character. I love art that?s a bit more stylised and this is it, the characters are drawn nearly manga styl...

    Disclaimer: May contain spoilers on previous issues. Disclaimer #2: This isn't a review so much as a pile of squee. My fellow Kamala Korps members - what do you think of our girl's love life? I'm totally team Kareem, not team Bruno. Why? Because Bruno falls into the sideki...

    Story I started this one incredibly confused. Where was Ms. Marvel? Eventually I found out, but I can't recall if I was forgetting something important from the last volume or what. I'm still not really sure. I didn't read it that long ago, but I found the start of this pretty jarrin...

    I loved this volume. I enjoy the focus back on Kamala's personal relationships; it's a part of her narrative that I've always enjoyed. And of course, the writing was smart, the perfect balance of witty, and left me anxious for the next volume already! ...

    This was really GOOD and fun!! Very action packed, but also the most conclusion is that Kamala has the best friends in the world, and they don't even know the truth... It was just so great seeing them working together and trying to improvise things This volume was really fun!! I still...

    These are always so fun, and this one got spicy. RTC ...

    Stayed up too late reading this, but I liked it a lot! ...

    More like 2.5 but meh it was ok ...

    I enjoyed this one a lot, possible mainly because Bruno. Also Zoe--I kind of love Zoe. There are a couple of weird bits...like how Red Dagger just very conveniently decides to go home pretty much out of nowhere. But there are parts that so make up for it, like when Kamala talks to the ...

  • Joe
    Sep 05, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

  • Ashley
    Sep 27, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

  • Lenny
    Sep 28, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

    (Read as single issues) I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls ...

    What happens when Ms. Marvel disappears? Her friends take up the mantle until they have to call in the big guns, Captain Marvel! Kamala Khan is at a private school & doesnt know how much she is missed back home. What will happen when she returns to Jersey City? ...

    I?ve always loved the tone and the message of this book and this is just more of the awesome same. World: The art is amazing, the characters are so full of personality and character. I love art that?s a bit more stylised and this is it, the characters are drawn nearly manga styl...

    Disclaimer: May contain spoilers on previous issues. Disclaimer #2: This isn't a review so much as a pile of squee. My fellow Kamala Korps members - what do you think of our girl's love life? I'm totally team Kareem, not team Bruno. Why? Because Bruno falls into the sideki...

    Story I started this one incredibly confused. Where was Ms. Marvel? Eventually I found out, but I can't recall if I was forgetting something important from the last volume or what. I'm still not really sure. I didn't read it that long ago, but I found the start of this pretty jarrin...

    I loved this volume. I enjoy the focus back on Kamala's personal relationships; it's a part of her narrative that I've always enjoyed. And of course, the writing was smart, the perfect balance of witty, and left me anxious for the next volume already! ...

    This was really GOOD and fun!! Very action packed, but also the most conclusion is that Kamala has the best friends in the world, and they don't even know the truth... It was just so great seeing them working together and trying to improvise things This volume was really fun!! I still...

    These are always so fun, and this one got spicy. RTC ...

    Stayed up too late reading this, but I liked it a lot! ...

    More like 2.5 but meh it was ok ...

    I enjoyed this one a lot, possible mainly because Bruno. Also Zoe--I kind of love Zoe. There are a couple of weird bits...like how Red Dagger just very conveniently decides to go home pretty much out of nowhere. But there are parts that so make up for it, like when Kamala talks to the ...

    The ninth volume of Ms Marvel deals with some of the lasting repercussions of prior events, to the extent that Ms. Marvel herself takes a hiatus for the first part of the volume! Did not love the short-lived love triangle, and I would love to see a return to the original cast. Plus, th...

    *4.5 This was the closure that I needed for Ms. Marvel. Even though the ending didn't wrap up every loose thread, it was enough that I feel satisfied with her story arc. Just am all around enjoyable read and a great character dive. ...

    In one of Stan Lee?s most famous Spider-Man stories, (and arc for the regrettable second Spider-Man film), ?Spider-Man No More!?, Peter Parker gives up the life of Spidey to just be normal ol? Peter. Even though crime happens as usual, Peter finds that he?s actually happy in ...

  • Kristin
    Aug 25, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

  • Liz (Quirky Cat)
    Feb 04, 2019

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

    (Read as single issues) I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls ...

    What happens when Ms. Marvel disappears? Her friends take up the mantle until they have to call in the big guns, Captain Marvel! Kamala Khan is at a private school & doesnt know how much she is missed back home. What will happen when she returns to Jersey City? ...

    I?ve always loved the tone and the message of this book and this is just more of the awesome same. World: The art is amazing, the characters are so full of personality and character. I love art that?s a bit more stylised and this is it, the characters are drawn nearly manga styl...

    Disclaimer: May contain spoilers on previous issues. Disclaimer #2: This isn't a review so much as a pile of squee. My fellow Kamala Korps members - what do you think of our girl's love life? I'm totally team Kareem, not team Bruno. Why? Because Bruno falls into the sideki...

    Story I started this one incredibly confused. Where was Ms. Marvel? Eventually I found out, but I can't recall if I was forgetting something important from the last volume or what. I'm still not really sure. I didn't read it that long ago, but I found the start of this pretty jarrin...

    I loved this volume. I enjoy the focus back on Kamala's personal relationships; it's a part of her narrative that I've always enjoyed. And of course, the writing was smart, the perfect balance of witty, and left me anxious for the next volume already! ...

    This was really GOOD and fun!! Very action packed, but also the most conclusion is that Kamala has the best friends in the world, and they don't even know the truth... It was just so great seeing them working together and trying to improvise things This volume was really fun!! I still...

    These are always so fun, and this one got spicy. RTC ...

    Stayed up too late reading this, but I liked it a lot! ...

    More like 2.5 but meh it was ok ...

    I enjoyed this one a lot, possible mainly because Bruno. Also Zoe--I kind of love Zoe. There are a couple of weird bits...like how Red Dagger just very conveniently decides to go home pretty much out of nowhere. But there are parts that so make up for it, like when Kamala talks to the ...

    The ninth volume of Ms Marvel deals with some of the lasting repercussions of prior events, to the extent that Ms. Marvel herself takes a hiatus for the first part of the volume! Did not love the short-lived love triangle, and I would love to see a return to the original cast. Plus, th...

    *4.5 This was the closure that I needed for Ms. Marvel. Even though the ending didn't wrap up every loose thread, it was enough that I feel satisfied with her story arc. Just am all around enjoyable read and a great character dive. ...

    In one of Stan Lee?s most famous Spider-Man stories, (and arc for the regrettable second Spider-Man film), ?Spider-Man No More!?, Peter Parker gives up the life of Spidey to just be normal ol? Peter. Even though crime happens as usual, Peter finds that he?s actually happy in ...

    I read Ms. Marvel Vol. 9 as single issues through the Marvel Unlimited app. I?ve been a bit behind on reading Ms. Marvel lately, and with her series about to be rebooted (it?s going to be called the Marvelous Ms. Marvel now), I really should try to get caught up. So here I am,...

  • Alex Sarll
    Sep 14, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

    (Read as single issues) I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls ...

    What happens when Ms. Marvel disappears? Her friends take up the mantle until they have to call in the big guns, Captain Marvel! Kamala Khan is at a private school & doesnt know how much she is missed back home. What will happen when she returns to Jersey City? ...

    I?ve always loved the tone and the message of this book and this is just more of the awesome same. World: The art is amazing, the characters are so full of personality and character. I love art that?s a bit more stylised and this is it, the characters are drawn nearly manga styl...

    Disclaimer: May contain spoilers on previous issues. Disclaimer #2: This isn't a review so much as a pile of squee. My fellow Kamala Korps members - what do you think of our girl's love life? I'm totally team Kareem, not team Bruno. Why? Because Bruno falls into the sideki...

    Story I started this one incredibly confused. Where was Ms. Marvel? Eventually I found out, but I can't recall if I was forgetting something important from the last volume or what. I'm still not really sure. I didn't read it that long ago, but I found the start of this pretty jarrin...

    I loved this volume. I enjoy the focus back on Kamala's personal relationships; it's a part of her narrative that I've always enjoyed. And of course, the writing was smart, the perfect balance of witty, and left me anxious for the next volume already! ...

    This was really GOOD and fun!! Very action packed, but also the most conclusion is that Kamala has the best friends in the world, and they don't even know the truth... It was just so great seeing them working together and trying to improvise things This volume was really fun!! I still...

    These are always so fun, and this one got spicy. RTC ...

    Stayed up too late reading this, but I liked it a lot! ...

    More like 2.5 but meh it was ok ...

    I enjoyed this one a lot, possible mainly because Bruno. Also Zoe--I kind of love Zoe. There are a couple of weird bits...like how Red Dagger just very conveniently decides to go home pretty much out of nowhere. But there are parts that so make up for it, like when Kamala talks to the ...

    The ninth volume of Ms Marvel deals with some of the lasting repercussions of prior events, to the extent that Ms. Marvel herself takes a hiatus for the first part of the volume! Did not love the short-lived love triangle, and I would love to see a return to the original cast. Plus, th...

    *4.5 This was the closure that I needed for Ms. Marvel. Even though the ending didn't wrap up every loose thread, it was enough that I feel satisfied with her story arc. Just am all around enjoyable read and a great character dive. ...

    In one of Stan Lee?s most famous Spider-Man stories, (and arc for the regrettable second Spider-Man film), ?Spider-Man No More!?, Peter Parker gives up the life of Spidey to just be normal ol? Peter. Even though crime happens as usual, Peter finds that he?s actually happy in ...

    I read Ms. Marvel Vol. 9 as single issues through the Marvel Unlimited app. I?ve been a bit behind on reading Ms. Marvel lately, and with her series about to be rebooted (it?s going to be called the Marvelous Ms. Marvel now), I really should try to get caught up. So here I am,...

    If I have one overall criticism of the wonderful Ms. Marvel comics, it's this: Bruno aside, Kamala's friends don't get the attention they deserve. Following the events of the final arc of the previous volume, Ms. Marvel, Vol. 8: Mecca , Kamala Khan and Ms. Marvel have both disappeared...

    Opening like Buffy season 6, with Kamala missing and her friends struggling to fill the void, these six issues pack a surprising amount in. The gap a person can leave when trying to protect their friends by absenting themselves; the way the contract between generations has been broken,...

  • Dan
    Oct 27, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

    (Read as single issues) I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls ...

    What happens when Ms. Marvel disappears? Her friends take up the mantle until they have to call in the big guns, Captain Marvel! Kamala Khan is at a private school & doesnt know how much she is missed back home. What will happen when she returns to Jersey City? ...

    I?ve always loved the tone and the message of this book and this is just more of the awesome same. World: The art is amazing, the characters are so full of personality and character. I love art that?s a bit more stylised and this is it, the characters are drawn nearly manga styl...

    Disclaimer: May contain spoilers on previous issues. Disclaimer #2: This isn't a review so much as a pile of squee. My fellow Kamala Korps members - what do you think of our girl's love life? I'm totally team Kareem, not team Bruno. Why? Because Bruno falls into the sideki...

    Story I started this one incredibly confused. Where was Ms. Marvel? Eventually I found out, but I can't recall if I was forgetting something important from the last volume or what. I'm still not really sure. I didn't read it that long ago, but I found the start of this pretty jarrin...

    I loved this volume. I enjoy the focus back on Kamala's personal relationships; it's a part of her narrative that I've always enjoyed. And of course, the writing was smart, the perfect balance of witty, and left me anxious for the next volume already! ...

    This was really GOOD and fun!! Very action packed, but also the most conclusion is that Kamala has the best friends in the world, and they don't even know the truth... It was just so great seeing them working together and trying to improvise things This volume was really fun!! I still...

    These are always so fun, and this one got spicy. RTC ...

    Stayed up too late reading this, but I liked it a lot! ...

    More like 2.5 but meh it was ok ...

  • Lauren Stoolfire
    Jul 22, 2019

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

  • laurel [suspected bibliophile]
    Mar 30, 2019

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

  • Nina
    Jan 27, 2019

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

    (Read as single issues) I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls ...

    What happens when Ms. Marvel disappears? Her friends take up the mantle until they have to call in the big guns, Captain Marvel! Kamala Khan is at a private school & doesnt know how much she is missed back home. What will happen when she returns to Jersey City? ...

    I?ve always loved the tone and the message of this book and this is just more of the awesome same. World: The art is amazing, the characters are so full of personality and character. I love art that?s a bit more stylised and this is it, the characters are drawn nearly manga styl...

    Disclaimer: May contain spoilers on previous issues. Disclaimer #2: This isn't a review so much as a pile of squee. My fellow Kamala Korps members - what do you think of our girl's love life? I'm totally team Kareem, not team Bruno. Why? Because Bruno falls into the sideki...

    Story I started this one incredibly confused. Where was Ms. Marvel? Eventually I found out, but I can't recall if I was forgetting something important from the last volume or what. I'm still not really sure. I didn't read it that long ago, but I found the start of this pretty jarrin...

    I loved this volume. I enjoy the focus back on Kamala's personal relationships; it's a part of her narrative that I've always enjoyed. And of course, the writing was smart, the perfect balance of witty, and left me anxious for the next volume already! ...

    This was really GOOD and fun!! Very action packed, but also the most conclusion is that Kamala has the best friends in the world, and they don't even know the truth... It was just so great seeing them working together and trying to improvise things This volume was really fun!! I still...

    These are always so fun, and this one got spicy. RTC ...

    Stayed up too late reading this, but I liked it a lot! ...

    More like 2.5 but meh it was ok ...

    I enjoyed this one a lot, possible mainly because Bruno. Also Zoe--I kind of love Zoe. There are a couple of weird bits...like how Red Dagger just very conveniently decides to go home pretty much out of nowhere. But there are parts that so make up for it, like when Kamala talks to the ...

    The ninth volume of Ms Marvel deals with some of the lasting repercussions of prior events, to the extent that Ms. Marvel herself takes a hiatus for the first part of the volume! Did not love the short-lived love triangle, and I would love to see a return to the original cast. Plus, th...

    *4.5 This was the closure that I needed for Ms. Marvel. Even though the ending didn't wrap up every loose thread, it was enough that I feel satisfied with her story arc. Just am all around enjoyable read and a great character dive. ...

  • Matthew Lloyd
    Mar 16, 2019

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

    (Read as single issues) I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls ...

    What happens when Ms. Marvel disappears? Her friends take up the mantle until they have to call in the big guns, Captain Marvel! Kamala Khan is at a private school & doesnt know how much she is missed back home. What will happen when she returns to Jersey City? ...

    I?ve always loved the tone and the message of this book and this is just more of the awesome same. World: The art is amazing, the characters are so full of personality and character. I love art that?s a bit more stylised and this is it, the characters are drawn nearly manga styl...

    Disclaimer: May contain spoilers on previous issues. Disclaimer #2: This isn't a review so much as a pile of squee. My fellow Kamala Korps members - what do you think of our girl's love life? I'm totally team Kareem, not team Bruno. Why? Because Bruno falls into the sideki...

    Story I started this one incredibly confused. Where was Ms. Marvel? Eventually I found out, but I can't recall if I was forgetting something important from the last volume or what. I'm still not really sure. I didn't read it that long ago, but I found the start of this pretty jarrin...

    I loved this volume. I enjoy the focus back on Kamala's personal relationships; it's a part of her narrative that I've always enjoyed. And of course, the writing was smart, the perfect balance of witty, and left me anxious for the next volume already! ...

    This was really GOOD and fun!! Very action packed, but also the most conclusion is that Kamala has the best friends in the world, and they don't even know the truth... It was just so great seeing them working together and trying to improvise things This volume was really fun!! I still...

    These are always so fun, and this one got spicy. RTC ...

    Stayed up too late reading this, but I liked it a lot! ...

    More like 2.5 but meh it was ok ...

    I enjoyed this one a lot, possible mainly because Bruno. Also Zoe--I kind of love Zoe. There are a couple of weird bits...like how Red Dagger just very conveniently decides to go home pretty much out of nowhere. But there are parts that so make up for it, like when Kamala talks to the ...

    The ninth volume of Ms Marvel deals with some of the lasting repercussions of prior events, to the extent that Ms. Marvel herself takes a hiatus for the first part of the volume! Did not love the short-lived love triangle, and I would love to see a return to the original cast. Plus, th...

    *4.5 This was the closure that I needed for Ms. Marvel. Even though the ending didn't wrap up every loose thread, it was enough that I feel satisfied with her story arc. Just am all around enjoyable read and a great character dive. ...

    In one of Stan Lee?s most famous Spider-Man stories, (and arc for the regrettable second Spider-Man film), ?Spider-Man No More!?, Peter Parker gives up the life of Spidey to just be normal ol? Peter. Even though crime happens as usual, Peter finds that he?s actually happy in ...

    I read Ms. Marvel Vol. 9 as single issues through the Marvel Unlimited app. I?ve been a bit behind on reading Ms. Marvel lately, and with her series about to be rebooted (it?s going to be called the Marvelous Ms. Marvel now), I really should try to get caught up. So here I am,...

    If I have one overall criticism of the wonderful Ms. Marvel comics, it's this: Bruno aside, Kamala's friends don't get the attention they deserve. Following the events of the final arc of the previous volume, Ms. Marvel, Vol. 8: Mecca , Kamala Khan and Ms. Marvel have both disappeared...

  • Rob
    Dec 16, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

    (Read as single issues) I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls ...

    What happens when Ms. Marvel disappears? Her friends take up the mantle until they have to call in the big guns, Captain Marvel! Kamala Khan is at a private school & doesnt know how much she is missed back home. What will happen when she returns to Jersey City? ...

    I?ve always loved the tone and the message of this book and this is just more of the awesome same. World: The art is amazing, the characters are so full of personality and character. I love art that?s a bit more stylised and this is it, the characters are drawn nearly manga styl...

    Disclaimer: May contain spoilers on previous issues. Disclaimer #2: This isn't a review so much as a pile of squee. My fellow Kamala Korps members - what do you think of our girl's love life? I'm totally team Kareem, not team Bruno. Why? Because Bruno falls into the sideki...

    Story I started this one incredibly confused. Where was Ms. Marvel? Eventually I found out, but I can't recall if I was forgetting something important from the last volume or what. I'm still not really sure. I didn't read it that long ago, but I found the start of this pretty jarrin...

  • Sarah
    Oct 06, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

    (Read as single issues) I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls ...

    What happens when Ms. Marvel disappears? Her friends take up the mantle until they have to call in the big guns, Captain Marvel! Kamala Khan is at a private school & doesnt know how much she is missed back home. What will happen when she returns to Jersey City? ...

    I?ve always loved the tone and the message of this book and this is just more of the awesome same. World: The art is amazing, the characters are so full of personality and character. I love art that?s a bit more stylised and this is it, the characters are drawn nearly manga styl...

    Disclaimer: May contain spoilers on previous issues. Disclaimer #2: This isn't a review so much as a pile of squee. My fellow Kamala Korps members - what do you think of our girl's love life? I'm totally team Kareem, not team Bruno. Why? Because Bruno falls into the sideki...

  • Kimberly
    Nov 22, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

    (Read as single issues) I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls ...

    What happens when Ms. Marvel disappears? Her friends take up the mantle until they have to call in the big guns, Captain Marvel! Kamala Khan is at a private school & doesnt know how much she is missed back home. What will happen when she returns to Jersey City? ...

  • Amanie
    Aug 19, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

  • Joana VerĂ­ssimo
    Jan 05, 2019

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

    (Read as single issues) I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls ...

    What happens when Ms. Marvel disappears? Her friends take up the mantle until they have to call in the big guns, Captain Marvel! Kamala Khan is at a private school & doesnt know how much she is missed back home. What will happen when she returns to Jersey City? ...

    I?ve always loved the tone and the message of this book and this is just more of the awesome same. World: The art is amazing, the characters are so full of personality and character. I love art that?s a bit more stylised and this is it, the characters are drawn nearly manga styl...

    Disclaimer: May contain spoilers on previous issues. Disclaimer #2: This isn't a review so much as a pile of squee. My fellow Kamala Korps members - what do you think of our girl's love life? I'm totally team Kareem, not team Bruno. Why? Because Bruno falls into the sideki...

    Story I started this one incredibly confused. Where was Ms. Marvel? Eventually I found out, but I can't recall if I was forgetting something important from the last volume or what. I'm still not really sure. I didn't read it that long ago, but I found the start of this pretty jarrin...

    I loved this volume. I enjoy the focus back on Kamala's personal relationships; it's a part of her narrative that I've always enjoyed. And of course, the writing was smart, the perfect balance of witty, and left me anxious for the next volume already! ...

    This was really GOOD and fun!! Very action packed, but also the most conclusion is that Kamala has the best friends in the world, and they don't even know the truth... It was just so great seeing them working together and trying to improvise things This volume was really fun!! I still...

  • Maggie Gordon
    Sep 25, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

    (Read as single issues) I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls ...

    What happens when Ms. Marvel disappears? Her friends take up the mantle until they have to call in the big guns, Captain Marvel! Kamala Khan is at a private school & doesnt know how much she is missed back home. What will happen when she returns to Jersey City? ...

    I?ve always loved the tone and the message of this book and this is just more of the awesome same. World: The art is amazing, the characters are so full of personality and character. I love art that?s a bit more stylised and this is it, the characters are drawn nearly manga styl...

    Disclaimer: May contain spoilers on previous issues. Disclaimer #2: This isn't a review so much as a pile of squee. My fellow Kamala Korps members - what do you think of our girl's love life? I'm totally team Kareem, not team Bruno. Why? Because Bruno falls into the sideki...

    Story I started this one incredibly confused. Where was Ms. Marvel? Eventually I found out, but I can't recall if I was forgetting something important from the last volume or what. I'm still not really sure. I didn't read it that long ago, but I found the start of this pretty jarrin...

    I loved this volume. I enjoy the focus back on Kamala's personal relationships; it's a part of her narrative that I've always enjoyed. And of course, the writing was smart, the perfect balance of witty, and left me anxious for the next volume already! ...

    This was really GOOD and fun!! Very action packed, but also the most conclusion is that Kamala has the best friends in the world, and they don't even know the truth... It was just so great seeing them working together and trying to improvise things This volume was really fun!! I still...

    These are always so fun, and this one got spicy. RTC ...

    Stayed up too late reading this, but I liked it a lot! ...

    More like 2.5 but meh it was ok ...

    I enjoyed this one a lot, possible mainly because Bruno. Also Zoe--I kind of love Zoe. There are a couple of weird bits...like how Red Dagger just very conveniently decides to go home pretty much out of nowhere. But there are parts that so make up for it, like when Kamala talks to the ...

    The ninth volume of Ms Marvel deals with some of the lasting repercussions of prior events, to the extent that Ms. Marvel herself takes a hiatus for the first part of the volume! Did not love the short-lived love triangle, and I would love to see a return to the original cast. Plus, th...

  • Rod Brown
    Oct 03, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

  • Chad
    Aug 28, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

  • Wing Kee
    Apr 29, 2019

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

    (Read as single issues) I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls ...

    What happens when Ms. Marvel disappears? Her friends take up the mantle until they have to call in the big guns, Captain Marvel! Kamala Khan is at a private school & doesnt know how much she is missed back home. What will happen when she returns to Jersey City? ...

    I?ve always loved the tone and the message of this book and this is just more of the awesome same. World: The art is amazing, the characters are so full of personality and character. I love art that?s a bit more stylised and this is it, the characters are drawn nearly manga styl...

  • Scott
    Oct 17, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

  • Diz
    Sep 16, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

  • Roy
    Jul 24, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

  • Abi (The Knights Who Say Book)
    Jan 06, 2019

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

    (Read as single issues) I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls ...

    What happens when Ms. Marvel disappears? Her friends take up the mantle until they have to call in the big guns, Captain Marvel! Kamala Khan is at a private school & doesnt know how much she is missed back home. What will happen when she returns to Jersey City? ...

    I?ve always loved the tone and the message of this book and this is just more of the awesome same. World: The art is amazing, the characters are so full of personality and character. I love art that?s a bit more stylised and this is it, the characters are drawn nearly manga styl...

    Disclaimer: May contain spoilers on previous issues. Disclaimer #2: This isn't a review so much as a pile of squee. My fellow Kamala Korps members - what do you think of our girl's love life? I'm totally team Kareem, not team Bruno. Why? Because Bruno falls into the sideki...

    Story I started this one incredibly confused. Where was Ms. Marvel? Eventually I found out, but I can't recall if I was forgetting something important from the last volume or what. I'm still not really sure. I didn't read it that long ago, but I found the start of this pretty jarrin...

    I loved this volume. I enjoy the focus back on Kamala's personal relationships; it's a part of her narrative that I've always enjoyed. And of course, the writing was smart, the perfect balance of witty, and left me anxious for the next volume already! ...

    This was really GOOD and fun!! Very action packed, but also the most conclusion is that Kamala has the best friends in the world, and they don't even know the truth... It was just so great seeing them working together and trying to improvise things This volume was really fun!! I still...

    These are always so fun, and this one got spicy. RTC ...

    Stayed up too late reading this, but I liked it a lot! ...

  • Katie Florida
    Jul 19, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

    (Read as single issues) I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls ...

    What happens when Ms. Marvel disappears? Her friends take up the mantle until they have to call in the big guns, Captain Marvel! Kamala Khan is at a private school & doesnt know how much she is missed back home. What will happen when she returns to Jersey City? ...

    I?ve always loved the tone and the message of this book and this is just more of the awesome same. World: The art is amazing, the characters are so full of personality and character. I love art that?s a bit more stylised and this is it, the characters are drawn nearly manga styl...

    Disclaimer: May contain spoilers on previous issues. Disclaimer #2: This isn't a review so much as a pile of squee. My fellow Kamala Korps members - what do you think of our girl's love life? I'm totally team Kareem, not team Bruno. Why? Because Bruno falls into the sideki...

    Story I started this one incredibly confused. Where was Ms. Marvel? Eventually I found out, but I can't recall if I was forgetting something important from the last volume or what. I'm still not really sure. I didn't read it that long ago, but I found the start of this pretty jarrin...

    I loved this volume. I enjoy the focus back on Kamala's personal relationships; it's a part of her narrative that I've always enjoyed. And of course, the writing was smart, the perfect balance of witty, and left me anxious for the next volume already! ...

  • Tova
    May 31, 2019

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is still protecting Jersey City. The substitute Ms. Marvels are fine, but there's nothing li...

    3.5 It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky street-level superhero encounters. As soon as Kamala comes back it's back to bull...

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I really really loved the part where Kamala is just so overwhelmed by her feelings that sh...

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home? "Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite superhero comic. I love Carol Danvers probably as much as I love Kamala Khan, but t...

    Even though Kamala herself is missing for the first three issues, this volume overall still works. I enjoyed seeing her friends trying to fill her shoes during her absence because that's what superheroes are supposed to do. I was also pleased to see the return of the Red Dagger, Captai...

    After that incredibly intense cliff-hanger in Vol 8, I finally got my hands on a copy of volume 9! Libraries are awesome! Anywho, obviously I loved this one. It's not filled with as many deep and meaningful insights as Mecca, but a lot of old enemies pop up and Kamala is no-where...

    A Ms. Marvel title with Ms. Marvel missing for the bulk of the book? And it's still amazing?! You better believe it. Ms. Marvel has some soul searching to do so her friends pick up the Ms. Marvel mantle (say that three times fast) and try to keep Jersey safe. So much to love about this...

    Kamala Khan spends the first half of the book in hiding, and frankly I didn't much miss her. The side characters stepped up and carried things along quite well with quite a bit of help from a feisty WWII veteran named Harold. (I'm totally up for a Harold and Zoe spin-off series.) Th...

    (Read as single issues) I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls ...

    What happens when Ms. Marvel disappears? Her friends take up the mantle until they have to call in the big guns, Captain Marvel! Kamala Khan is at a private school & doesnt know how much she is missed back home. What will happen when she returns to Jersey City? ...

    I?ve always loved the tone and the message of this book and this is just more of the awesome same. World: The art is amazing, the characters are so full of personality and character. I love art that?s a bit more stylised and this is it, the characters are drawn nearly manga styl...

    Disclaimer: May contain spoilers on previous issues. Disclaimer #2: This isn't a review so much as a pile of squee. My fellow Kamala Korps members - what do you think of our girl's love life? I'm totally team Kareem, not team Bruno. Why? Because Bruno falls into the sideki...

    Story I started this one incredibly confused. Where was Ms. Marvel? Eventually I found out, but I can't recall if I was forgetting something important from the last volume or what. I'm still not really sure. I didn't read it that long ago, but I found the start of this pretty jarrin...

    I loved this volume. I enjoy the focus back on Kamala's personal relationships; it's a part of her narrative that I've always enjoyed. And of course, the writing was smart, the perfect balance of witty, and left me anxious for the next volume already! ...

    This was really GOOD and fun!! Very action packed, but also the most conclusion is that Kamala has the best friends in the world, and they don't even know the truth... It was just so great seeing them working together and trying to improvise things This volume was really fun!! I still...

    These are always so fun, and this one got spicy. RTC ...

  • Paul E. Morph
    Dec 06, 2018

    ?We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don?t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we?re in it together. Maybe it?s destiny, maybe it?s something else. Whatever it is, it?s something real.? Kamala Khan is AWOL for the first t...

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns but the book instantly turns into poor romance comic with a love triangle instead of f...

    4.5 stars I was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up the slack? They can. In fact, I'd say Zoe ("I've been doing Crossfit . . . Prep...

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so muc...

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consistently great throughout, which is always nice. ...