Ms. Marvel Volume 2: Generation Why Paperback
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 136 pages, 1 Illustrations, unspecified
- Publisher: Marvel Comics
- Publication Date: 24/03/2015
- Category: Superheroes
- ISBN: 9780785190226
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Review by JoshuaAtkins
You are really doing yourself a disservice if you aren't reading this book. Fun, humorous writing from G. Willow Wilson and whimsical art from Adrian Alphona just WORK. One of the best comics of any genre out now.
Review by CaroPi
This is a pretty good continuation of the first volume, is forming the character and developing the powers of Ms. Marvel step by step that is pretty good. Looking forward for the next number
Review by ecataldi
The second installment of Ms. Marvel did not disappoint! We get a fun furry sidekick, a beast of a dog named lockjaw, and we get to meet Marvel superhero Wolverine! In this installment, Ms. Marvel is still battling her first and only real enemy, the Inventor. She finds out that he's been using kids as some sort of battery to charge his weird creations and she is determined to put a stop to it. She runs into Wolverine, as he's looking for one of Jean Grey's missing students. Together they find her but she's in bad shape. She's in a coma and has been used as one of the Inventor's battery things! Along the way Ms. Marvel finds out some interesting things about herself and her generation. I cannot wait for the third one. Such a fun series!!
Review by ladycato
This second collected volume of Ms. Marvel comics is fantastic. Kamala is a complex, relatable character as she struggled to understand her new superpowers: she's an all-American girl, a Muslim, and an unbashed geek. Her family was not the focus here, but instead it dwelled on Kamala finding out the limits of her powers as she fought the Inventor and his machinations. I was charmed by Wolverine's involvement and am very intrigued by the promise of a cameo in the next volume (Loki?!). I look forward to volume 3!Also, this was my first time reading a graphic novel through the Kindle app on my iPad. It had a very cool feature to expand panels for easier reading. It worked well for the most part--only one large page had the conversation out of sequence--and I also enjoyed a closer view of the artwork, which is fabulous.
Review by -Eva-
It becomes clear what the Inventor is collecting the young people for and Ms. Marvel must step in to save herself and her friends. I really liked this installment - favorite scenes are Kamala having a fangirl moment with Wolverine and the introduction of he royal dog, Lockjaw.
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