Ms. Marvel #2

Writer: Brian Reed Artist: Roborto De La Torre Publisher: Marvel Comics Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 2
4.0Critic Rating
7.8User Rating

The Brood invasion may not be as it seems. Are the Brood actually looking to attack humanity? Or are they searching for sanctuary? A new and terrible Marvel villain is unveiled in this issue!

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Ray Tate Apr 15, 2006

    After a really good premiere issue, Reed falters badly when trying to control his narrative. He stacks up too many weak plot elements and doesn't build a solid basis for the underlying rationale of his tale. His characterization for Ms. Marvel is fine. It's even good, but by amplifying the threats, he distracts the reader from the star, and if he repeats these mistakes, she will be a falling star. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Supershamu Feb 19, 2018

    Here we are, 2018 and I stumbled upon tons of issues of this run for dirt cheap at a Dimple records of all places. I wanted to read this when it first came out but never ended up doing it so I'll review the issues I end up getting. Also, I wish Comicbook round up would correct the cover pictures for this series so people wouldn't mistake it for the modern Ms. Marvels. Some of the reviews are actually for the newer series, not this one.

    Ms Marvel era Carol Danvers is definitely one of my favorite Marvel women...and not just for the incredible Frank Cho cover art. She is a likeable character that is always challenged greatly by what is put before her...even though she is very powerful. That is something that is lost in a lot of mod more

  • 7.5
    iPodwithnomusic Feb 12, 2019

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