Ms. Marvel, Vol. 9: Teenage Wasteland

Ms. Marvel, Vol. 9: Teenage Wasteland Review

Kamala Khan has vanished! But where has she gone, and why? Jersey City still has a need for heroes, and in the wake of Ms. Marvel's disappearance, dozens have begun stepping up to the plate. The city's newest super hero Red Dagger and even ordinary citizens attempt to carry on the brave fight in Kamala's honor. Somehow, Ms. Marvel is nowhere...but also everywhere at once! Absent but not forgotten, Ms. Marvel has forged a heroic legacy to be proud of. But when an old enemy re-emerges, will anyone be powerful enough to truly carry the Ms. Marvel legacy - except Kamala herself?

COLLECTING: MS. MARVEL 25-30

Title:Ms. Marvel, Vol. 9: Teenage Wasteland
Edition Language:English

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    Ms. Marvel, Vol. 9: Teenage Wasteland Reviews

  • David Schaafsma

    “We like to think we choose the people we love. But we don’t, really. Life puts those people in our path. We love them because we’re in it together. Maybe it’s destiny, maybe it’s something ...

  • Chad

    Ms. Marvel's friends try to cover for her as she's completely MIA from the first 3 issues. The Inventor also returns. There's something just missing without Kamala in the book. Eventually she returns ...

  • Rincey

    OH DANG, THE LAST ISSUE IN THIS GAVE ME SOME FEEEEELINGS...

  • Scott

    4.5 starsI was skeptical at first about Teenage Wasteland. Kamala Khan is noticeably absent for approximately the first half of the volume. Can her well-intentioned friends / Coles classmates pick up ...

  • Roy

    I didnt like the start of this. The first few issues deals with The Inventor but majority of it without ms marvel. It just didnt seem to have the same fun as the previous. After Bruno returns it bring...

  • Paul E. Morph

    I really enjoyed this volume of Ms. Marvel, although I really missed Kamala in the first half. It was adorable watching her friends try to fill in for her in her absence, though. The artwork was consi...

  • Diz

    Surprisingly, Ms. Marvel doesn't show up in the first half of this volume. While she is missing, her high school friends masquerade as Ms. Marvel in order to maintain the illusion that the hero is sti...

  • Kristin

    3.5It's telling that the best issues of this trade are the ones without Kamala in them. The first 3/4s of this volume is Kamala's friends group trying to fill her embiggened shoes and having wacky str...

  • Amanie

    One of my favorites so far, and just so funny. I appreciate the way that the visiting Wakandan referred to America as a developing country and referred to American teens as "disadvantaged youth." I re...

  • Ashley

    Should I just copy and paste things from my previous reviews of this series so as to just really hammer the point home?"Okay, so Ms. Marvel is probably my SECOND favorite comic, definitely my favorite...