Marvel Rising: Squirrel Girl/Ms. Marvel #1

Writer: Devin Grayson, G. Willow Wilson, Ryan North Artist: Irene Strychalsk, Ramon Bachs Publisher: Marvel Comics Release Date: July 4, 2018 Cover Price: $5.99 Critic Reviews: 3 User Reviews: 7
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DOUBLE THE ADVENTURE. DOUBLE THE DANGER. DOUBLE THE FUN!
UNBEATABLE SQUIRREL GIRL author Ryan North and MS. MARVEL writer G. Willow Wilson join MARVEL RISING mastermind Devin Grayson in an all-star escapade! Gamer girl Ember Quade has a secret - a power that lets her bring video games to life! But when her creations attract the attention of super heroes SQUIRREL GIRL and MS. MARVEL, the stakes hit a whole new level. Just what is Ember after? And can Squirrel Girl and Ms. Marvel prevent her pixelated projects from wreaking epic destruction? The next generation of heroes take the universe by storm in the third installment of MARVEL RISING!< more

  • 10
    ComicBook.com - Matthew Mueller Jul 4, 2018

    I didn't realize how much I wanted a Squirrel Girl and Ms. Marvel team-up until Marvel Rising, and now I hope it never ends. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    AiPT! - Trevor Richardson Jul 4, 2018

    This is a fun read where I get to see a couple of my favorite characters team up, but there were some problems with the art that dragged it down a bit. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    PopCultHQ - Christian Kern Jul 4, 2018

    I tried. I tried to be impartial and I just couldn't, but I can honestly walk away from this by saying something nice. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Wolf Warner Jul 6, 2018

    Surprisingly good!!!

  • 8.0
    CrazyforRAMU Jan 14, 2019

    Ember wrecks a college campus while searching for power enhancements. Kamala and Doreen organically work out each other's identities, and they also bolster the cast by getting America Chavez and Inferno into the action. But as America points out, they're not doing so hot yet at stopping Ember.

    Excellent art and scripting on this double-sized romp. The long creative roster is starting to creak, though. The organic, sketchy art style used in the second half of this issue is generally good, but it clashes with the more polished style of previous artists. Squirrel Girl is nearly absent in the rear half, as though the writer was leery about using her. And this issue's scripting styles are clearer than the heavily-layered narration us more

  • 5.0
    Spacey Medicine Feb 8, 2019

    This was infinitely better than the last issue, but I'm still really not invested in the plot.

  • 8.0
    StanielK Jul 27, 2018

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    MarkCh79 Jul 6, 2018

  • 7.5
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  • 7.0
    EDiakota Jul 5, 2018

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