Ms. Marvel, Vol. 6 by G. Willow Wilson

Ms. Marvel, Vol. 6

While CIVIL WAR II brews, the next generation of Avengers has bigger things to worry about--like a tri-state academic competition! As rival schools clash, Ms. Marvel's teammates Spider-Man and Nova are now her enemies! But when Kamala gets called to the real battle's front line, she faces a fight she can't embiggen her way out of. She's about to learn a valuable lesson: Never meet your idols! As war intensifies, tragedy strikes too close to home ...

Details Ms. Marvel, Vol. 6

TitleMs. Marvel, Vol. 6
Release DateDec 14th, 2016
GenreSequential Art, Graphic Novels, Comics, Superheroes, Marvel, Young Adult, Graphic Novels Comics

Reviews Ms. Marvel, Vol. 6

  • Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin
    Well this one was just damn sad 🙁 A bunch of stuff happened and stuff with Bruno 🙁
  • Sam Quixote
    A couple books ago Ms Marvel was engulfed in the then-current Marvel event, Secret Wars, and thankfully came through relatively unscathed; this time around Kamala is once more sucked into the latest event, Civil War II, and it kinda ruins this one unfortunately. Not to say it’s a bad comic but it’s definitely my least favourite volume in the series so far. Good job, Marvel! I haven’t read Civil War II yet but from what I can tell from this ...
  • Calista
    This is a good story, but not one of the best in the series. This is also Marvel's take on the movie 'Minority Report'. Kamala really has to grow up in this one. She has to confront her hero in this story and stand up to her while her true friend gets hurt. There is also a crazy science fair competition. Big adult issues make their way into this issue. We also get a lot of Kamala's family history along the way. Kamala also makes a trip to Karachi...
  • David Schaafsma
    Well, well, well. Sometimes my reading of comics coincides with what is going on in the Real World. This past weekend, Trump unleashed Chaos on the world by his (one of several, more to come, I’ll bet) insanely anti-Muslim, anti-immigration move. And I joined protests, but I also just happened to pick up and read this comic about a Pakistani Muslim immigrant girl from Jersey City who has her own ideas about Making the World Great again, since s...
  • Rincey
    Bruno 💔💔
  • Sesana
    This was great. I don't know if Civil War 2 overall will live up to its potential, but in this volume, it does what the original Civil War event tried and failed to do. It presents a legitimately interesting moral dilemma and it doesn't (so far!) present either side as being ultimately good and right. This book in particular does a pretty good job of showing both sides of the argument. It also plays out what has been Kamala's basic struggle almos...
  • Chad
    Looks like someone finally saw Minority Report. I haven't read any of Civil War II but it appears Capt. Marvel and Iron Man fall on opposite sides of policing future crime. There's a new Inhuman who can see the future and Capt Marvel enlists Ms. Marvel to police Jersey City and lock up people who will commit a crime into the near future. Things get out of hand very quickly as Ms. Marvel and the Carol Corps start jailing people for crimes they hav...
  • Fafa's Book Corner
    GR Ultimate Summer Reading Challenge One and Done.
  • B. P. Rinehart
    This completes, I think, this title's finest storyline so far. In Ms. Marvel, Vol. 5: Super Famous, we see Kamala Khan's work/life balance start to go dangerously out-of-wack and it is in this volume that she finally reaches her breaking-point. I read Daredevil: Born Again this year and if there was one quote that came to mind while reading Ms. Marvel's trials it was: "The next few weeks go poorly for Kamala Khan." She sees every single attempt a...
  • Rory Wilding
    When it comes to event comics, there is always the possibility that your favourite superhero will be involved and thus his or her starring title will have to evoke said event. Marvel in particular has this problem, such as Mark Millar and Steve McNiven’s Civil War, which interfered with great titles during that period, including Brian Michael Bendis’ New Avengers. However, that same Brian Michael Bendis also penned last year’s crossover eve...
  • Diz
    Unfortunately Marvel's Civil War II event got into one of my favorite Marvel books with bad consequences for the supporting cast. Please, Marvel--we don't want events in our favorite books. On the bright side, there are some sequences that take place in Pakistan. The first few show the history of the Khan family. These sequences open up a part of history that I didn't know much about (the partition of India and Pakistan), and it was sad to see th...
  • LadyBlue
    I like the point about profiling and how the future is less than predictable.10%, to be exact!It also has so much nuance and interpersonal relationship development and character growth.This is seriously one of the best ones Marvel has out right now.
  • Ashley
    I will admit I was prepared to dislike this. I read a couple of reviews that gave the plot away, and it made me angry and nervous (more on this below). I shouldn't have *really* worried. As she did with that whole Secret Wars mess, G. Willow Wilson manages to write an event tie-in story (in this case, Civil War II) but still keep it readable for people like myself who aren't planning on reading the rest of it, and to simultaneously keep the story...
  • Obsidian
    This volume was fantastic. I didn't realize the superheroes were splintered. In this volume we have Kamala working for Carol Danvers and trying to train up Carol's so called Cadets. Carol believes that she can stop crime from happening by using a system in which they can tell if people are going to commit a crime a beforehand. So pretty much everybody just think of the Tom Cruise movie Minority Report. And if you have seen that movie you know thi...
  • Kate (GirlReading)
    Have I mentioned how much I love Ms. Marvel? Because oh how I adore these comics. Nothing making me happier than diving into Kamala Khan’s story and I think the last issue in this volume might be one of my favourites yet. I absolutely loved the back story into the Khan’s family history and the panels set in Pakistan were utterly wonderful. I truly can’t get enough of this series. It’s utterly wonderful.
  • Stewart Tame
    Hmm ... This volume seems to be my least favorite of Kamala's adventures. It's bookended by a couple of standalone stories that are every bit as enjoyable as the rest of this series has been, but the bulk of this book ... just didn't do much for me. It smacks of change purely for the sake of stirring things up, and has this weird Afterschool Special vibe to it to boot. Thanks to a boy with precognitive abilities, crimes can be predicted before th...
  • Rebekah Gordon
    Honestly, it's incredible how Wilson makes a tie-in to a dumb event SO good. It is interesting and sad and has real weight to it.
  • Stephanie
    I'm mad about what they did with Carol in Civil War II but this is a really good volume exploring Ms. Marvel and how she deals with all of that.
  • E.
    4 🌟Ah! This volume explored Kamala's roots, gave us a run in with Miles Morales, and... Zoe! Zoe, darling, we been knew!!! But it was still good to get in confirmed.And then... and then it tore my heart out and tipped it to pieces. (view spoiler)[I hope we'll see more of that guy at the end though. He and Kamala were double aesthetic in those Pakistani superhero costumes 👌👌 (hide spoiler)]
  • Bradley
    This series is kind of a hit or miss for me. For the most part, I'm just reading it for the inclusiveness and the cute Kamala, but sometimes it just feels like a rehash of other kinds of stories done extra-cheap.You know, like a cut-rate Minority Report.*shrug* It could have been worse and it could have had less impact in other areas. I feel sorry for one character in particular. ; ;
  • Helia
    This volume was so enjoyable to read, and definitely my favourite so far. And I had so many doubts! The whole concept behind universe resets really frustrates me (I'm not an big comic reader, sue me), so I've been expecting the 2016 issues to fall short for me. But what I love about this series is that I don't feel obliged to read the other series in order to understand what is going on.I normally find that I read these comics for Kamala as a cha...
  • Μιχάλης
    Άλλος ένας τόμος που μπλέκει σε μεγάλο crossover. Το πρώτο και το τελευταίο τεύχος είναι ανεξάρτητες ιστορίες (η πρωτη μου φάνηκε αδιάφορη, η τελευταία είχε καλές στιγμές).Η κυρίως ιστορία είναι ΚΑΚΗ. Γενικά, όσο διαβάζω με ενοχλούν δύο πράγματα: η Ms. Marv...
  • Elizabeth A
    3.5 stars.I always excited to get my hands on Ms. Marvel installments, and I particularly loved the sections in this volume that flashback to Partition and that part of the family's history. Also, there is this awesome science competition with very cool and somewhat dangerous inventions. The conflict between being a good superhero and being a good friend comes to a head with this installment, and it's always hard when you realize that your hero m...
  • Scott S.
    Sadly, I think this edition is a slight but noticeable step down in quality for my favorite new superhero. The extended middle section leans too much on inspiration from the film Minority Report - it's even outright alluded to in the dialogue - and MM's new team eventually draws comparison to (let's hope it's not inspiration from) the Third Reich. However, it just seemed a little too heavy-handed or obvious. The opening at the science fair (featu...
  • Beth Cato
    This graphic novel developed in surprising ways as it delved into the moral issues of predicting and preventing crime, and attempting to hold the would-be perpetrator responsible. This brings Ms. Marvel into conflict with her beloved mentor, Captain Marvel, and creates a schism with her friends--especially her oldest and dearest friend, Bruno. The portrayal of emotions in some of these panels was just heartbreaking.
  • Lauren Stoolfire
    As much as I love this series, it's one of my favorite Marvel Now! comics, I felt a little out of the loop. I know that that's because I don't really keep up with other new Marvel comics, but that was definitely the case here. I feel like I needed to read more Marvel if I wanted to be totally with it here. That being said, this is still an excellent story even if it doesn't stand on its own in the same way as previous volumes. Lots of big changes...
  • Christina Pilkington
    This volume didn't pack the emotional punch that Volume 5 least not until the ending. Oooff! What an ending! But it was an enjoyable enough read. Always fun to join Kamala on her many adventures :)
  • Brian Poole
    The Civil War II tie-in collections continue to roll out with Ms. Marvel.Things start with a light-hearted interlude that finds Kamala Khan on the opposite side of her Avengers teammates Spiderman and Nova at a high school science fair. As Civil War II sets in, Kamala’s mentor/hero Captain Marvel recruits Kamala to oversee a “predictive justice” task force in Jersey City. But when people close to Kamala run afoul of the task force, the youn...
  • Logan
    Issue #12 single-handedly saved this book for me. Perhaps the charm of this series wore off, or the intrusion of the CIVIL WAR II event left a bad taste in my mouth, but after issue #11 I was ready to drop this series. As much as I have loved MS. MARVEL, I couldn't care less about Kamala's hand-wringing over "predictive justice" or her inevitable conflict with Captain Marvel. Then the final issue (#12) hit me dead-center. In a relatively quiet ep...
  • Norman
    I'm only giving five stars because it was so readable amidst the heavy moral plot. Writing-wise it fell short a bit (predictive cheesy dialogue and cheesy humor from villains, weird unrealistic pacing, and not enough emotional beats to really keep me cookin), and I felt nearly all the action scenes were thrown in just because it's a superhero comic. Art for the most part was excellent, but I did strongly prefer the flashback scenes. Bruno is the ...