Ms. Marvel #44

    Ms. Marvel » Ms. Marvel #44 - War of the Marvels, Part 3: Weak Points And Strong released by Marvel on October 1, 2009.

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    War of the Marvels, Part 3: Weak Points And Strong last edited by naslike on 06/17/23 03:23AM View full history

    Hope is crushed and the battle is nearly lost as the Dark Reign event continues in WAR OF THE MARVELS Part 3! As Karla Sofen faces an unbeatable threat, the legacy of Ms. Marvel hangs in the balance.



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    Marvellous 0

    The war of the Marvels story thus far has been a very unique and thoroughly entertaining read and I must say one of my personal favourite stories of the last year. It continues the story straight after the previous issue with a conversation between Norman Osborn and Moonstone both trying to figure out what has just happened (at the end of last issue). The art in this issue is just amazing; Sana Takeda has once again done a fantastic job with bringing the story and all the characters to life. Pe...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    Battle of the Ms. Marvels 0

    I like this issue so much; I love the art design, the storyline, and conversation between characters, Carol Danvers (who's calling herself Catherine Donovan, a screenwriter) inner thoughts, the suspense, it was all good. Karla (Moonstone, who is the current Ms. Marvel) can't help but feel something was wrong when Ms.Marvel getting hit by a pumpkin bomb with ease, telling Osborn something was off and was eager to kill her every chance she had. I loved the part when one of the soldiers was being a...

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    Getting There, Maybe 0

      This chapter of the “War of the Marvels” story definitely brings the excitement and drama that’s been lacking for almost a half dozen issues. There’s a bit more depth to the story as more clues are presented and discovered by the evil Ms. Marvel, Dr. Karla Sofen, who still comes off as a raging, murderous sociopath, not the malicious, but supremely intelligent woman fans had grown to love to hate in the past.   For the most part, Sana Takeda’s art holds up from start to finish complimenting th...

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