Read The Mighty Captain Marvel, Vol. 1: Alien Nation Online Free - Behold the mightiest, fightiest super hero there is! Captain Marvel returns to her helm as Alpha Flight commander with the world cheering her on. She's the biggest hero in the world - but has Captain Marvel become someone Carol Danvers no longer recognizes? New York Times bestselling author Margaret Stohl (Beautiful Creatures, Black Widow: Forever Red) makes her comics series debut with a blockbuster Marvel story decades in the making!
COLLECTING: THE MIGHTY CAPTAIN MARVEL (2016) 0-4
|Title||:||The Mighty Captain Marvel, Vol. 1: Alien Nation|
|Number of Pages||:||112 pages|
October 31, 2017
This was just OK. It was always going to be an uphill struggle making Captain Marvel likable again after they turned her into Public Butthead #1 in Civil War II. Also, Marvel don't seem to know what to do with Carol since her movie was announced...
October 07, 2017
(I just spent a long time looking for a gif of "I don't love these" from Dr. Horrible, and now I'm grumpy that it doesn't seem to exist.)
I feel very much about this as I did about Stohl's Black Widow novel. I think she's a good person, and she's really trying, and she loves the characters, and th...
May 28, 2017
You know that storyline that every Powerful Sci-Fi Action Girl Character gets at some point in her existence? The one where she meets a kid - usually mysterious, often supernatural, frequently with no or limited speech - with whom she feels an Instant and Powerful Connection, awakening her dorman...
August 26, 2017
[Read as single issues]
Carol Danvers is one of my favourite female superheroes, and I've followed her exploits as both Ms. Marvel and Captain Marvel since I started reading comics properly, so it's a shame to see her series in this state.
This is the first time in a long time that I've gotten to t...
November 06, 2017
Taking a more dramatic turn, Captain Marvel needs a break. Fresh off the battle of Civil War II, the director of Alpha Flight is struggling to maintain a balance between battle/protection of the planet, and the natural downtime needed for all humans. Some of the issues go back to financ...
October 25, 2017
I was ready to give this two stars...but man that last issue is a goddamn dumpster fire.
Margaret Stohl is a sloppy storyteller who regularly glosses over details and plot holes because she is either too lazy or incompetent to fix them. Her attempts at humor are cringe inducing. The plot doesn't s...
October 11, 2017
Much of this book was pretty darn good. And then they had to start a whole new plot. What made this book work was the mop up work of the previous plots. The conversations. The introspections. The not sleeping and the nightmares. The hammer time. The Kree alien story was just a distraction. 3.5 of...
August 23, 2017
Civil War II made it really hard to be a Captain Marvel fan, but this brought me back into Carol's camp. It made me excited to pick up each issue again.
July 27, 2017
If you get stuck early, keep going. It gets better as it progresses!
October 02, 2017
Mighty Captain Marvel, Carol Danvers, negotiates her recovery from several recent events - including lots of trauma and nightmares. She resues and nicknames a kree kid "Bean." Also, feeds the blue child jellybeans for breakfast. Not a solid parenting choice, Carol. Good thing she's not Carol's ma...