Magnificent Ms. Marvel, Vol. 2
Between her space adventure, her complicated feelings for Bruno and a looming family tragedy, Ms. Marvel really needs a break. Zoe and Nakia decide to get Kamala out of town for a while - but their chill road trip is about to be derailed...by literal corporate zombies COLLECTING: MAGNIFICENT MS. MARVEL (2019) 7-12

Magnificent Ms. Marvel, Vol. 2 Details

TitleMagnificent Ms. Marvel, Vol. 2
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseApr 14th, 2020
PublisherMarvel
ISBN-139781302918309
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GenreSequential Art, Comics, Superheroes, Marvel, Graphic Novels, Graphic Novels Comics, Young Adult, Fiction

Magnificent Ms. Marvel, Vol. 2 Review

  • Oneirosophos
    January 1, 1970
    Alhamdulillah!!!!!!!!!!This series is gettin' even better!!!
  • Rachida
    January 1, 1970
    Loved the art style! Loved the storyline! Loved everything!!!Ms. Marvel, vol. 3: Crushed used to be my favorite Ms. Marvel graphic novel, but this volume was just perfect!
  • RG
    January 1, 1970
    Ahmeds writing some very good stories
  • Elessar
    January 1, 1970
    2ème arc depuis la reprise par Saladin Ahmed est c'est toujours aussi bien.Il réussi parfaitement la balance entre les intrigues superhéroïque et quotidienne de Kamalah.Les dessins de Minkyu Jung sont toujours aussi beau.Bref, Ms. Marvel c'est bon !
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  • Chris Lemmerman
    January 1, 1970
    Ms. Marvel battles old enemies and new friends (yep) in this second Magnificent volume as Saladin Ahmed picks up on lingering G. Willow Wilson plotlines to drive his own story forward.The opening two issues are fun, giving Kamala a bit of a roadtrip only to have Discord and Lockdown ruin it. I feel sorry for both of these characters to different degrees, and I'm glad Ahmed chose to revisit them. Kamala doesn't have a lot of recurring foes of her own, so keeping them around is a good choice, and Ms. Marvel battles old enemies and new friends (yep) in this second Magnificent volume as Saladin Ahmed picks up on lingering G. Willow Wilson plotlines to drive his own story forward.The opening two issues are fun, giving Kamala a bit of a roadtrip only to have Discord and Lockdown ruin it. I feel sorry for both of these characters to different degrees, and I'm glad Ahmed chose to revisit them. Kamala doesn't have a lot of recurring foes of her own, so keeping them around is a good choice, and helps keep the consistency between this run and the previous.The main draw is of course the Stormranger story, which is essentially Kamala's Venom story. Once I realised what Ahmed was doing with this arc I was even more on-board with it, and the way he manages to balance Kamala's superheroics and the effect it has on her civilian life is so quintessentially Spider-Man that it made me gasp at how perfectly he executed it.Joey Vasquez handles the art on the two-parter, and Minkyu Jung returns for Stormranger proper, so the series is in very well-versed hands when it comes to Kamala, with Vasquez hot off that ill-fated Ms. Marvel Team-Up book and Jung of course the regular artist from last volume.Ahmed hits it out of the park with this second volume; his Kamala really is living up to the Magnificent moniker so far.
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  • Kelsey Brennan
    January 1, 1970
    "We all fight against the worst versions of ourselves. But sometimes the worst version of us... is strong than we are."While I didn't enjoy volume 2 as much as I enjoyed volume 1, it was still a good story (particularly the family elements), with beautiful art.
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  • Jason
    January 1, 1970
    Ahmed continues his great teen comic streak. Family drama, romantic complications and bad guys to beat up. His runs on Miles and Kamala are fun and heartfelt and great continuations from the original creators.
  • Iris Nevers
    January 1, 1970
    [Read in single issues]New costume, who dis?
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