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Ms. Marvel Epic Collection: This Woman, This Warrior (Ms. Marvel (1977-1979) Book 1) (English Edition) Kindle e comiXology
Before she was Captain Marvel, she was Ms. Marvel! NASA Security Chief Carol Danvers' life had long been intertwined with the alien Kree and their Earthbound soldier Mar-Vell, and soon she gained incredible powers of her own — and a colorful persona to go with it! Now, as editor of Woman magazine, Danvers must contend with Marvel's biggest blowhard, J. Jonah Jameson, while coming to terms with her brand-new life as a super hero! As Ms. Marvel, Carol faces down threats including the Scorpion, the Doomsday Man, Grotesk and M.O.D.O.K. — but her deadliest foe of all may be the dynamic Deathbird! Plus: Ms. Marvel fights alongside Spider-Man in battle with the Super-Skrull! And will she join the dynamic Defenders? Relive the early days of your favorite hero!
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- ASIN : B07L45M37H
- Editora : Marvel (9 janeiro 2019)
- Idioma : Inglês
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As the series starts, it's certainly an interesting premise - Carol Danvers, ex-NASA and new editor-in-chief of Woman magazine, has no idea that she is also costumed powerhouse Ms. Marvel... and vice versa! With both personas initially having no knowledge of the other's existence, it adds an added complication to her personal life and battles with supervillains (both existing menaces like the Scorpion and new foes such as the Destructor).
Gerry Conway and John Buscema kick the series off, although Chris Claremont takes over writing duties after the first two issues, and Jim Mooney picks up the art reigns a couple of issues after that. All provide sterling work, building up a strong supporting cast for Carol even as they throw her into thrilling fights with villains aplenty. The relationship between Danvers and Ms. Marvel is ever-evolving and often antagonistic, really helping to set her apart from other Marvel characters, even her most direct influence, the first Captain Marvel.
As well as the first fourteen issues of her own title, this volume also includes a Marvel Team-Up two-parter pairing her with Spider-Man, and an issue of Defenders that sees her helping out Marvel's non-team team. They could perhaps have thrown in a few introductory pages from Danvers's appearances in Captain Marvel, but I presume they are saving those for an eventual Captain Marvel Epic Collection (most of the relevant parts are recapped in flashback form here anyway).
Extras include editorials from the first two issues, a John Romita character design, a house ad, and eight pages of original art by Buscema, Mooney, Marie Severin and Sal Buscema. Even at a relatively slim size for the Epic line, this volume still manages to feel packed with great stuff.
As for the book, I bought it because it was on sale and very cheap for an Epic collection title, so cannot pass that up as a volume 1... but also as a Birthday gift for my girlfriend to get her into american comics, she is a manga nerd. We both hated Captain Marvel the movie, so I wanted her to experience the character before she got destroyed in favour of pushing an agenda. The bet place to start is with Chris Claremont, the creator, the guy is a god tier writer in Marvel comics.... anyways, the I bought it as a joke to see the cringe on her face, to which was very amusing... but after reading the quality within I may have converted her over to classic marvel comics. Give it a shot, as far as female heroes go, she is up there... well she used to be, modern comics are trash, stick with the classics.