Read Ms. Marvel, Vol. 7: Damage Per Second Online Free - Civil War II is behind her, and a brand new chapter for Kamala Khan is about to begin! But it's lonely out there for a super hero when her loved ones no longer have her back. It's time for Kamala to find out exactly who she is when she is on her own. Plus: it's election time! Kamala gets out the vote!
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|Title||:||Ms. Marvel, Vol. 7: Damage Per Second|
|Number of Pages||:||136 pages|
August 22, 2017
This one was good just not as awesome! Bruno is still where he's at but did put in an appearance 😊
There is some but that too easily tracks Kamala to her home through her computer while she was playing with her guild. So there was some crazy with that punk.
I enjoyed how a group of kids at school...
November 16, 2017
Another really enjoyable volume of Ms. Marvel, even if some of the video game terminology went completely over my head. I even enjoyed the issue Ms. Marvel didn't even appear in.
February 06, 2018
I like how this comic tackles social issues without making it feel like an after school special. The first issue deals with the importance of voting, particularly in local elections. The story discusses issues of gerrymandering and "packing and cracking". Some people would say it's a little overd...
May 11, 2017
Aw, man. It pains me to say this, but that was a pretty weak volume of Ms. Marvel. There are three stories here, and none of them are particularly good. I will get into some spoilers here, so beware.
The opening issue (#13) is basically a voting pamphlet. The story is minimal, and Kamala literally...
September 25, 2017
Okay, it might just be me, and the whole series might be wearing on me just a little bit, but I was not wowed by this particular volume of the otherwise amazing, groundbreaking series about a Pakistani Muslim girl who wakes one morning to find she has morphed into her favorite comic book hero, Ms...
August 18, 2017
An entire self-contained volume! It's great to not have to deal with crossovers in a Marvel book. The first issue is... it's not great. It's basically a "get out and vote!" pamphlet. Well-meaning, but a bit preachy and tonally off. The main story focuses on internet toxicity with a healthy dose o...
November 07, 2017
Still the best Marvel series.
World: I love the art, this series' art is just so fitting to Kamala and her little slice of the MU. The world building is also solid with a lot of different pieces that are metatextual making this a fun read that also is a commentary to our world. Good stuff.
October 18, 2017
It actually hurts me to give this such a low rating. I love the premise of this graphic novel series, and I really admire the diversity of the characters and the issues discussed, but this installment felt like reading a PSA (public service announcement).
There are essentially three story lines....
January 01, 2018
Given how much I have championed G. Willow Wilson's run of Ms. Marvel, I thought the last volume was a bit of a step-down as the series was coinciding with Marvel's big event of 2016, Civil War II, which caused repercussions for beloved characters. Fortunately, things have improved for the book,...
July 20, 2017
Still one of the best-written, most entertaining Marvel titles. I've been reading since the start, but this seems like a good jumping on point for new readers, as well.