Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, Vol. 8
The War of the Realms comes to the Lower East Side! Lunella and Devil meet the original kid hero, Spider-Man! And if that isn’t amazing enough, wait until the War of the Realms breaks out! With Manhattan frozen solid and Frost Giants prowling the streets, Devil must keep the peace — while Moon Girl encounters Thor! Then, it’s a real family crisis! With time and space fractured, Lunella and Devil will have to team up with younger versions of her parents and grandparents — all without erasing Lunella from history! Maybe Doctor Strange can help! Plus: Exactly what trouble does Devil Dinosaur get into while Moon Girl is stuck in class? And — at last — the biggest battle of brains in the Marvel Universe! It’s Reed Richards vs. Lunella Lafayette — and it’ll be Fantastic! Collects Moon Girl And Devil Dinosaur #42-47.

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, Vol. 8 Details

TitleMoon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, Vol. 8
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseDec 31st, 2019
PublisherMarvel
ISBN-139781302914370
Rating
GenreSequential Art, Comics, Graphic Novels, Science Fiction

Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, Vol. 8 Review

  • Murphy
    January 1, 1970
    Lunella has easily won her way into my list of favorite Marvel characters, and I'm sad to have to say goodbye to her title so soon. It's also been rough seeing how harsh some adults have been towards this series. I think many of them are missing the significance of having a self-assured young black girl leading her own narrative and refusing to apologize for her intelligence and intuition in order to make the grownups around her feel more secure. Children often have their opinions and feelings Lunella has easily won her way into my list of favorite Marvel characters, and I'm sad to have to say goodbye to her title so soon. It's also been rough seeing how harsh some adults have been towards this series. I think many of them are missing the significance of having a self-assured young black girl leading her own narrative and refusing to apologize for her intelligence and intuition in order to make the grownups around her feel more secure. Children often have their opinions and feelings devalued by parents and mentors who claim they're doing it for their own good, and I don't doubt reading a story in which a child is assertive and capable, in spite of many hindrances, is healthy for young people who feel a lack of respect and control in their own lives. I hope Lunella and Devil Dinosaur will continue to be included in upcoming comics with their same confidence and readiness to disprove anyone who doubts their proficiency, and that the new cartoon appeals to those who have always believed in them.
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