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What the community says about Ms. Marvel (Vol.1)
- "I was interested in buying a comic book written, drawn, or edited by a woman, because there's so few working in the field of comics. I came across this in my searches and I was pleasantly surprised at what a great, fun read it was. The art is amazing, the writing is contemporary and feels relevant to today, the characters are fully developed and not just simple caricatures of villains and heroes. I will eagerly continue reading the entire run of this series, not only to support women creating comics, but because its an excellent comic in its own right."
- "In today's divisive political climate it is great to see a graphic novel about a superhero is female and Muslim. Ms. Marvel (Vol.1) is geared more towards young adults, but I still enjoyed the storyline. I could easily see this graphic novel being transitioned to a film which I think I would enjoy seeing."
- "I've been trying for some years to share my love of graphic novels with my just turned 13 son. He's never shown much interest before, but that's all changed with the purchase of this issue. He's been carrying it around with him all the time, and has commented more than once how much he loves the cover artwork. "
- "Ok, some people may call be a bit difficult here, but I really do not care too much for Ms. Marvel. I mean, the writing was good, and the art work was fine. But there is nothing too new or captivating to keep me reading. Her charterer can be summarized as an insecure Squirrel Girl who hasn't master her abilities yet. Don't get me wrong, it's not awful. It was a good read. I just don't think all the hype about it is true, at least for me. "
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in What are the best Marvel comics"Ms. Marvel, Vol 1: No Normal is the story of Kamala, a 16-year-old, Pakistani, Muslim girl who gains a strange array of super powers while in a bizarre mist that covers her home state of New Jersey.I also find refreshing. She's not quite as funny as Squirrel Girl, but she's very earnest, and tries hard even when she's unsure of herself, something I think a lot of people can relate to.It is one of the interesting story to make our mind refresh and happy"
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