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SPOILER ALERT: The agents at HOPE YARDS DEVELOPMENT aren't actually interested in real estate.

Turns out, the development company that co-opted Ms. Marvel's face has been busy brainwashing the people of Jersey City...including BRUNO!

Can Kamala find a way to save her city and her best friend from being mindless gentrified automatons?

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RegRegular CoverCliff Chiang1
VarVariant CoverBabs Tarr2


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Classic superhero for a new generation. 0

I'm not going to lie, I really like the new Ms. Marvel comics. Kamala Khan juggling being a superhero with school, family and relationships is reminiscent of the old Spider-Man books. Issue three is the end of Ms. Marvel's first story arc in the All-New All-Different Marvel and it included some changes in Khan's personal life, as well as handling being on the main Avenger's team and taking on a solo adventure that includes stopping HYDRA from setting up camp in Jersey City. If I had one complai...

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