Ms. Marvel (2014-2015) #6

Ms Marvel On the run from the Inventor Kamala needs all the help she can get Did someone say Wolverine

  • Title: Ms. Marvel (2014-2015) #6
  • Author: G. Willow Wilson Jake Wyatt Jacob Wyatt Jamie McKelvie
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • On the run from the Inventor, Kamala needs all the help she can get Did someone say Wolverine

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    1. Kamala ran into Wolverine while investigating and their conversation was everything I wanted it to beif only these issues were longer -_-

    2. Kamala Khan running into Wolverine and fangirling is just awesome. Also, I love the new art. Every issue keeps me wanting to read more.

    3. New Jersey’s own, Kamala Khan aka Ms Marvel, is out fighting the Inventor’s robots and getting ever closer to his hideout. After investigating a conspicuous hole in the middle of the street, Kamala encounters an urban myth and an unexpected hero – the girl who writes Avengers fan-fic as a hobby gets to team up with one of the greatest Avengers ever!Right away you notice a couple of things with the beginning of the second Ms Marvel arc: 1) Adrian Alphona’s left (aww!), replaced by artist [...]

    4. Oh man, Kamala fangirling all during her actionpacked meeting with Wolverine?Absolutely hilarious and cute. Honestly though, I'd probably be the same."Wow. Such athletic. Very claws. So amaze."

    5. Over my several decades (yeah, I said DECADES) reading comic books, there have been very few series I have ever been really into. X-Men simply because of Storm (and the fact that it was based on the Civil Rights movement of the 1960's). Elfquest because of the story (Redlance and Nightfall being my favourite characters. I loved their relationship). The Walking Dead (which really should be called The Michonne Show). Batgirl (because of Gail Simone). Rat Queens (because it just rocks with maximum [...]

    6. I have a smile on my face every time I read a new issue of Ms. Marvel. In this issue, we get our first guest artist drawn issue. Jacob Wyatt does an excellent job of taking over from Adrian Alphona. Wyatt's artwork is excellent and compliments Alphona's art very well. It didn't feel jarring switching artists at all, and the start of a new arc is a good time to do it. The writing is outstanding, obviously. You should know that by now. Kamala's chat with Sheikh Abdullah is wonderful, and Wolvie sh [...]

    7. I cannot praise G Willow Wilson enough. This has been an amazing series and it's just getting better and better. The addition of Wolverine? So fun. I cannot wait to see where this arch goes. And Kamala fangirling? LOVE IT. She's just like us!

    8. OMG Kamala and Wolverine!Kamala telling Wolverine about the fanfiction she wrote about him!Kamala worried about the alligator!AWESOME!

    9. Did not enjoy this artist as much. No detailed backgrounds, no extra bits, Khan looks very different - almost white. Story still as strong.

    10. Kamala is a full superhero now, with all there is a superhero needs to have (costume, secret hideout, sidekick, dastardly enemy) but a theme song. But she's just started her training. She even may have found a mentor in the most unlikely person she could think of: terrible Sheikh Abdullah. He is the man that gives Kamala (and all the girls looking up to her and admiring her and seeing hope for young girls in her) the moral code and the guidelines to go by:"I am asking you for something more diff [...]

    11. Kamala meets Wolverine!! First issue of the second story arc is looking very promising. I am really digging Jason Wyatt's art, more so than Adrian Alphona who did the first five issues. I love that Kamala is such a relatable awkward teenager- she fangirls over the Avengers and writes Wolverine & Storm in space fan fictions. She is truly a superhero for the millennial generation.

    12. Wolverine!!! Kamala meets Wolverine!And the conversation with the Sheikh at the mosque is really well done.

    13. At this issue they switched artists, which is a totally legit thing that ALL comics do. But it throws me off every time! I'm just too much of a graphic novels kid, I'm used to the characters I know looking a certain way and it's jarring to me to have to readjust to new art. My first reaction is ALWAYS that I don't like it, but the end of the comic I usually come around, but it throws me off first.It's official, I'm following a comic series.I usually only read comics after they've been out for a [...]

    14. The art style has changed! *gasp* "When the student is ready, the master will appear", and boy, ain't that the truth. Her mentor ends up being THE MOST AWESOME character you can think of - and even then, you'll be surprised by their awesome-from-the-beginning bonding. Kamala is just so importantly normal; she's a geek girl like the rest of us, and gets excited at inopportune moments, but that's what makes her so real. And the villain who claims, "When I want to kill you, know'll know." Honestly, [...]

    15. Firstly, the artist changed in this issue. I do not dislike the art, but it always feels weird to me to see everything in a different style, after growing accustomed to the feel a certain artist gives off.Secondly, I really enjoyed the conversation with hazrat sahib.Lastly, Kamala's interaction with Wolverine was epic: mention fanfics at the first opportunity - the new generation indeed.

    16. Liked the interaction of Kamala with her imam/youth imam(not sure what position the sheikh man was) and paralleling her crime fighting almost as a way of practicing the tenets of her faith. This presentation of her faith alongside her crime fighting is a great way to showcase a balance in her life that many that are either religious or not can relate to in living normal life.I also enjoyed Kamala's fangirling reaction to Wolverine because to be honest anyone who ever got to meet their superhero [...]

    17. This series is only getting better the further along we go! This instalment was absolutely epic, (view spoiler)[particularly her fangirling over Wolverine (which is completely relatable because he's awesome) (hide spoiler)] and always leaves me wanting more! I think it's fair to say that I'm kind of obsessed.

    18. En general me ha parecido bastante tonta la manera en que está llevada la trama, especialmente cómo de pronto de encuentra con cierto enemigo. La calidad del diálogo en esa parte además me ha resultado absurda.El dibujante además ha cambiado y tampoco me ha gustado.Sin embargo esta grapa va "con sorpresa", una muy chula y de ahí que esté aprobado.

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