Review: Ms. Marvel #15

Ms Marvel 15 coverThis’ll be a short review, because there’s just so much I don’t want to spoil! Ms. Marvel #15 is a triumphant ending to the Kamala-crush arc. It’s everything I hoped it would be — Kamala realizes Kamran is a jerk, indeed a villain, but more importantly she realizes that it’s not her fault. Kamran tries to put it on her, that she agreed to get in the car with him so whatever happens is her fault, and if she’d just shut up and listen she’d agree with the bad guys… But no. She’s crushed for a minute there, she really really liked Kamran and with good reason at the time, but she’s not going to put up with that. What Kamran does is Kamran’s fault, it’s not okay for him to cross her boundaries, and Kamala knows a villain when one speechifies in her face. Most importantly, she knows her value. I shouldn’t have doubted G. Willow Wilson for a moment.

There’s lots of action, lots of Kamala creatively using her powers, sweet stuff with Bruno. It’s a good issue. It’s got a “the end,” and it ties up the little Kamran arc, but there’s still a lot going on with the Inhumans that will presumably make up the greater portion of the next arc. And finally, there are some hilarious nerd jokes I’ll let you discover for yourself… They’re obvious, you won’t miss them. ๐Ÿ˜‰

8 thoughts on “Review: Ms. Marvel #15

    uhm, I mean…
    I love it how Kamala is not graceful at all. Every action scene she is in, she is gangly, and unbalanced, and flailing around. No perfect comic-cover female hero poses for her, and that’s what makes her both awesome and likable.
    Also, the nerd jokes ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€
    (I just caught up today)


    1. ๐Ÿ˜€

      I was pretty sure Kamran would be a jerk, but I thought Wilson might pull a fast one on us and make him a hero or something, lol. You’re so right about Kamala being awkward, I love it!


  2. You make me want to keep reading this series. I’ve stopped after the first volume, because I wanted to get back to novels, but I miss comics. One comic I REALLY want to read is SAGA. Apparently, everyone loves it!


  3. Yet another great issue, but is that really a surprise at this point? it’s a fun action issue where Kamala utilizes much of what she’s learned lately. I wonder, who else in Kamala’s family has inhuman powers?


        1. Yep. Or her mother I suppose. Her father’s already been pretty understanding, so her mother might have a more dramatic reaction — but if you figure the other person already had powers, it would make more since for it to be the understanding father. On the other hand, maybe her brother was out that night too… (Watch it be like a cousin or someone we’ve never been introduced to, lol. Might just be wishful thinking on my part since I don’t really like reading about close family relationships.)



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