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As seen in the New York Times, CNN and other media outlets the world-over, the all-new Ms. Marvel has made her thunderous debut!

Kamala Khan’s very ordinary life has suddenly become extraordinary. Is she ready to wield these strange and immense new gifts? Or will the weight of the legacy before her be too much to handle?

Critically acclaimed writer G. Willow Wilson (Air, Cairo) and fan-beloved artist Adrian Alphona (Runaways, Uncanny X-Force) bring you the groundbreaking Marvel series that has set the world abuzz. Don’t miss history in the making.

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RegRegular CoverJamie McKelvie & Matt Wilson1
VarVariant CoverJorge Molina3
2ndSecond Printing CoverJamie McKelvie & Matt Wilson2
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Marvel Now! Ms. Marvel #2 (2014) -- Kamala steps up to fill some big shoes, can she do it? 0

The interesting and new take of bringing Ms. Marvel back continues! Join writer G. Willow Wilson and artist Adrian Alphona on another adventure. The GoodStepping up to become the next Ms. Marvel! With Carol Danvers as the current Captain Marvel; time would eventually come for a new Ms. Marvel to step up. Of course this being the comic book universe, we always get a younger version of a popular hero -- which is a good thing. It allows writers to create fun and engaging stories with a popular char...

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A Spectacular Second Issue! 0

This review originally went up on my blog here.After a long, long wait, we finally have the second issue of G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona’s Ms. Marvel, which marks the latest reboot of one of Marvel’s more prominent female heroes. But, here’s the twist, this isn’t Carol Danvers in the suit, because she has already taken on the mantle of Captain Marvel and has moved on. No, this Ms Marvel is a 16-year old girl from New York, the daughter of Pakistani immigrants, Kama...

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