Overall, this was a decent issue that had plenty of espionage and super-heroics, and it was very cool to see a powerful hero like Ms. Marvel in a classic spy role. Again, I'd really like to see more real world organizations involved with super-heroes, but I guess the best way to sum up this issue is how I did earlier: It's like that point in the spy movie when you have a lot of questions and you are trying to put all the little details together. The main plot points are intact and easy to follow, but it's piecing together the little details that make it a bit tough. Overall, I'm still really into this story-arc. I just hope Reed manages to cover all the details when continuing the story. Read Full Review
As an almost stand-alone story or as a sequel to the Annual, Ms. Marvel #34 works extremely well. But as a part in a much bigger story, it feels quite disconnected from the chapters that came before it and somewhat unsatisfying. I recommend it based on the strength of the character work and the art, but hesitate to call it a good piece of the current Ms. Marvel puzzle. See why it is so hard to grade?! I think I'll go with… Read Full Review
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