Marvel Divas #2

Writer: Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa Artist: Tonci Zonjic Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: August 12, 2009 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 5 User Reviews: 2
7.2Critic Rating
7.2User Rating

After last issue's shocking revelation, Angelica "Firestar" Jones seeks out medical advice...from none other than Dr. Stephen Strange. (Paving the way for yet another diva to enter the fray: The nocturnal Night Nurse!) Meanwhile, Monica "Photon" Rambeau and Patsy "Hellcat" Walker are drawn back into the lives of their ex-boyfriends of the damned: Brother Voodoo and Daimon Hellstrom, respectively. And Felicia "Black Cat" Hardy contemplates a return to her life of crime...the claws are out as this mini-series continues! Parental Advisory…$3.99

  • 8.0
    Weekly Comic Book Review - Kyle Posluszny Aug 14, 2009

    It may not be my thing, but Marvel Divas #2 is still a quality book. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Aug 16, 2009

    I really wish this hadn't been priced at $3.99, because this is the sort of comic that I think would benefit by a casual buyer giving it a shot. It's fun, it's witty, it's nicely drawn, and I for one would buy an ongoing series. Hint hint, Marvel. Check it out, you'll love it. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Aug 11, 2009

    The ride is still fairly bumpy, however, mostly I suppose down to dialogue more than plot. The tone is shaky, but the intent seems to be good and the product is at the very least an intriguing effort. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Aug 26, 2009

    Last issue captured the best of the 'Sex and The City' ouvre, giving us four sassy, fun, independent female characters who are friends, regardless of their differences, and this issue keep that up. At the same time, though, it also brings in some of the less-fun elements and the melodrama that occasionally bogged down Carrie Bradshaw's story. Felicia and Patsy both find themselves contemplating a return to bad ideas of the past, and for the second time in recent years, we're given the implication that, even though Stephen Strange might be ABLE to cure cancer, he is somehow ethically barred from so doing by the laws of magic, even more complicated than the legendary "Law of the West." Even though it's not as light and funny as last time, this issue is quite good overall,even with the depressing subject matter. Tonci Zonjic's art is wonderful, though, managing to keep the four characters distinct and separate in facial structure, body, and even height, and has wonderfully expre Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    The Weekly Crisis - Kirk Warren Aug 13, 2009

    I'm not hating this book, but I'm not completely enthralled by it either. Will stick with it for the duration, as it hasn't gone off the rails and is treating the cancer subplot with some respect. Read Full Review

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