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- Captain Marvel, Vol. 2: Civil War II by Ruth Gage
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Pretty please? It would seem this also brings this iteration of Captain Marvel to a close, as the next issue is advertised in the back of this book as 'Captain Marvel 0' don't get me started on the whole concept of zeroth issues.
Oh, well, let's see what the new version brings the faithful Carol Corps Sep 12, Wing Kee rated it it was ok. Trying to make poop smell nice. World: The art is fine, until the the final issue when the wheels fall off and it's scratchy and basic. The world building here, what can I say.
This is part of Civil War II and for the most part it is consistent to the event and the characterization makes sense in the context of the event, same with the places.
Story: The pacing is fine, the story not so much. I like that they made an effort to justify Carol be this way for this even but the end of this arc just lo Trying to make poop smell nice. I like that they made an effort to justify Carol be this way for this even but the end of this arc just loses it's wheels and spins out and crashes not a good metaphor but it's essentially what happened to the book. The villain, the emotions the choices in the end make no sense and it's rushed and unearned.
It's just not well written. Characters: This is not Carol but if they want to justify her I think they did it relatively well. I knew I did not like the Civil War II premise and putting Carol in the role as the world cop did not fit her but this is at least some effort to give us a more detailed picture.
That being said this is not Carol. The villain was stupid and terrible and a fake Justin Trudeau lookalike made me laugh not in a good way. This was not a good arc because it was tied to a not good event. Carol doesn't deserve this. Onward to the next book! Feb 26, Sesana rated it liked it Shelves: comics , superhumans. Considerably better than I'd thought it would be, to be honest. That it's only three stars indicates how little I'd expected. The most important events all happen in the main Civil War book, but I've read enough of the books that tie in to basically know what these major events are.
If I didn't? I might feel lost, and I might feel annoyed.
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Aug 08, Chad rated it liked it. She's actually doing more than just blindly trusting Ulysses visions and is aware of the quagmire she's headed to. If this side of Carol had shown up more in Civil War II, it would have been a much better book where you didn't know which side to fall on. Instead it was slanted towards Iron Man from the beginning. The Bad: view spoiler [The Master of the World hide spoiler ] has always been a cheesy villain and that hasn't changed here. The Ugly: I've never been a fan of Kris Anka's art and that opinion hasn't changed with this volume.
Feb 20, Stacey Shapiro rated it it was amazing. I get Cap's POV now. I still think she's wrong but she's my favorite and I understand it and why she did it. Mar 26, Shannon Appelcline rated it liked it Shelves: comics , comics-marvel. In this second volume of the newest short-lived Captain Marvel comic, we get a new writing team, and the comic definitely loses itself.
That's probably the sudden intrusion of the Civil War II crossover as much as anything. Captain Marvel really tries to distinguish itself from the crossover by telling the stories of Ulysses-predicted events that I don't think we hear about elsewhere The one good element In this second volume of the newest short-lived Captain Marvel comic, we get a new writing team, and the comic definitely loses itself. The one good element of this comic is that it offers a much more nuanced view of Carol than her super-fascist role over in the crossover comic.
She comes across as genuinely conflict about her Minority Report rip-off, and thus much more true to her character. Sadly, there's also a lot of shockingly amateurish art in what was a pretty high-profile book at the time. Sep 06, Majera rated it it was amazing Shelves: graphic-novels-comics , great-responsibility.
Very captivating! I love Captain Marvel's character and how smart she is - especially dealing with moral grey areas like predictive justice.
Captain Marvel, Vol. 2: Civil War II by Ruth Gage
Sep 26, Dimitris rated it did not like it. I'll tell you what I like about this one: Carol's costume. Carol getting punched. I'll tell you what I don't like: Everything else. Though I do get this was a tie-in for the event, but yeah, wasn't interesting at all. Feb 17, Jenna rated it it was ok Shelves: graphic-novels , young-adult , gaming-fandom , science-fiction. Or at least mix up the leaders completely. Captain Marvel seems an odd choice, but there's a sort of rationale behind Carol's actions, here. Sort of Nice drawing style and fun action scenes with lots of cameos.
May 27, Kaylabookworm22 L rated it it was amazing. Another amazing Captain Marvel comic! I have loved everything Captain Marvel that I have read so far. All of the adventures and art and writing are all so well put together. It is always entertaining to read Captain Marvel. Jul 02, F rated it it was ok. I was mostly bored. Or anxious. It's gotten too dark with no comic relief whatsoever and it's exhausting.
I miss Kelly Sue DeConnick. I did like the first volume, but something's gone wrong. And honestly in this time and age do you really think I want to devote my free time reading about the same things I am Yeah And honestly in this time and age do you really think I want to devote my free time reading about the same things I am trying to escape from?
Do better. Feb 13, Luana rated it liked it. Rebecca and Christos Gage finally find a solid character footing for Carol Danvers: a warrior alternately torn and delighted by the exigencies of command Major characters die off-page, with brief and sometimes non-existent hints at what exactly happened to them.
I'm not sure if She-Hulk is dead or not. If I were a teen with more money and time than sense, this would spur me to dig up the books that would inform me of these events.
Ms. Marvel, Vol. 2: Civil War
But dammit it's and I'm a jet-setting adult with a job who paid good money for a long underwear funnybook and by gum, I want a full story! Hilarious addendum: The big reveal of the villain who was manipulating events sent me to Wikipedia never a good sign , where I was anticlimactically informed that he was basically an Alpha Flight villain rip-off of Vandal Savage.
I must say, I'm quite bitter over how Marvel has been treating Carol Danvers. I really don't like this sudden decision of casting her in an arguably bad role so close to her getting her own movie, and making this run so short only 10 issues also doesn't sit right with me even though it's followed by a new run. Out of that raw deal Carol was given, the writer managed to make her motivations clearer, mo I must say, I'm quite bitter over how Marvel has been treating Carol Danvers.
Out of that raw deal Carol was given, the writer managed to make her motivations clearer, more relatable and explainable. Gaps in the storyline are filled pretty elegantly overall, and I liked her arc and development. If only more care had been given to her by the rest of Marvel Dec 26, Dorkthropology rated it it was ok Shelves: comics , once-is-enough , spaaaaaace. Civil War ugh. The new writers try and don't succeed selling in Carol's storyline here. There were a few points where it threw in a line about feminism that felt awkward and tacked-on, like they were going through the motions with poor understanding of what drew people to Carol in the first place.
Anka leaving the team doesn't help either. The new artist has some good panels but a lot of the art is as meh as the storyline. Really hoping the next team will rejuvenate the series. Jun 21, Alex rated it liked it.
Needs more Chewie. And DeConnick. Feb 01, Siobhan Johnson rated it did not like it Shelves: stuff-i-hated. Apr 27, Hara rated it really liked it. This was so much better than the first volume. Before I read this I did a little research into what the second Civil War was about, and a lot of what I heard was that Captain Marvel was portrayed as an asshole on the wrong side of the conflict, with Iron Man being portrayed as the one in the right.
So I was expecting a different Carol Danvers than what I got. Also I always want to call her Kara Danvers I was pleasantly surprised with what I g WOW! I was pleasantly surprised with what I got.