Kamala Khan has vanished! But where has she gone, and why? Jersey City still has a need for heroes, and in the wake of Ms. Marvel's disappearance, dozens have begun stepping up to the plate. The city's newest super hero Red Dagger and even ordinary citizens attempt to carry on the brave fight in Kamala's honor. Somehow, Ms. Marvel is nowhere...but also everywhere at once! Absent but not forgotten, Ms. Marvel has forged a heroic legacy to be proud...
Details Ms. Marvel, Vol. 9
Reviews Ms. Marvel, Vol. 9
- I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it brings the story back to the main arc and begins the reasons for why this series was so much fun to begin with.
- (Read as single issues)I loved seeing Kamala's friends team up and I know there were some ~issues~ to work out but also I missed Kamala :( Let's return to the super status quo pls
- I loved this volume. I enjoy the focus back on Kamala's personal relationships; it's a part of her narrative that I've always enjoyed. And of course, the writing was smart, the perfect balance of witty, and left me anxious for the next volume already!
- 85/100.Secundarios característicos que llevan casi todo el peso del primer arco argumental del tomo + Cameo esperado desde hacía unos diez números = Big comeback.Segundo arco argumental bien hilado de principio a fin y aunque corto, el espíritu de Ms Marvel impregna todas sus páginas.Otro magnífico tomo para Kamala Khan.
- I swear the best part of this series is that every third page or so one of characters does or says something that makes me stop and shout “I love them!” And it’s not just Kamala or Carol. It’s the sheik or Lockjaw or Zoe or Harold at the senior center - everyone gets a moment to be stupendously awesome.
- I know, I know, it's also the job of a good comic series giving their secundar characters some prime time, and I can say Kamala's friends kicked ass, but they are not Kamala and I missed her every time she was not on the spotlight.And there's also the fact that, even though I know that's the goal, sometimes it gets too "childish"?!I don't know. I guess I'd just like to see some dark teen special... I said SPECIAL. Don't kill Ms. Marvel's vibe!
- awesome long wait worth it
- The 'Legacy' event is deeply silly, but fortunately this comic has been pretty silly since the beginning, so it fits. Actually, if I hadn't known there was an event going on, I don't think I would've noticed, it all threads so seamlessly with the regular characters and their arcs and the standard tone. Anyway, when I say the 'Legacy' event is silly I mean it in a bad way, but when I say Ms. Marvel is silly I mean it in a good way. This comic has ...
- This volume is a bit of a soap-opera-y and deep-cut take on Kamala. We get the return of The Inventor, who was one of the less-interesting villains of the early volumes in my opinion. The ongoing attempt to fill Ms. Marvel's shoes in nightly patrols is more fun. Here I'm left wondering a bit how Mike and Zoe didn't get themselves killed.Break-out character of the book goes to Naftali, the implacable sandwich delivery hipster. Close runner-up is K...
- This was a pretty weird volume of Ms. Marvel, since she wasn't even in half of it. She went missing after the last volume, and her friends and supporting cast are filling in for her at the start of the book. We get back to something approaching normal about halfway through, and it goes in the direction that I had hoped, and I rather enjoyed reading it, despite the beginning being a bit slow.
- Very interesting how they would infuse Ms. Marvel mantel with the personality of each of Kamala's friends. This is parr of the 'Legacy' imprint Marvel had done which is quite a good idea of how being a hero is not about the person but the essence of that being's presence. That it's the act itself and not her being necessarily present.
- I would give this 6 stars if I could. So, so excellent. Kamala doesn't even show up until the middle of the fourth issue in this volume and those issues are still fantastic without her. People who are not reading Ms. Marvel should reassess their life choices.
- A somewhat different book this time around as our heroine is missing and her friends are covering for her absence as best they can, it's got more humour in than usual which is a good thing and some pathos too which is even better.
- I really like the Ms. Marvel character, so having a large part of this volume be about Ms. Marvel's absence was...disappointing. The book does introduce some interesting new dynamics into the set of high school relationships, and as always, ties it nicely into the superhero antics.
- BRB my heart is melting
- Another great volume even if it was more filler than the previous couple of volumes. I think it is a great bridge for bringing back certain characters that I am super excited to see more of.
- Less stars for this volume because we get repeat villains and no Kamala at the beginning. Otherwise I loved it.
- man that last issue ,,, it really hit me
- This was a fun volume. I like it very much! :D
- Great addition to a great series.
- This was another great title in the series. I'm so glad Bruno's back! I can't wait to see what happens to our characters next! I highly recommend this coming-of-age, superhero graphic novel series.
- probably my least favorite volume so far. i feel like the passing of time has been really unclear? how long was bruno gone for and how long did khamal attend the private school?
- Good, not great. I did love how all of Kamala's friends acted as backup for Ms Marvel while she was MIA. And the great adult support Captain Marvel gave.
- How does this book consistently stay so good?
- I’m curious - any other Muslims reading this, would you have a conversation with an Imam/Moulana like Kamala did?