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Ultimate Comics Spider-Man Vol. 2

JUL110605_2Title: Ultimate Comics Spider-Man Vol. 2
Author: Brian Michael Bendis
Cover: Kaare Andrews
Art: Sara Pichelli
Series: Ultimate Comics Spider-Man Vol. 2

I will start by saying that I read all of the series (28 issues) in two days. That should give you some idea of how I felt about this series. To me it was unputdownable! I just had to keep reading.

Not that this review will talk about things that has happened in the Ultimate Marvel universe a few years back. It will not spoil the story of this comic however.

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Ms. Marvel #1

ms_marvel_1_coverTitle: Ms. Marvel (2014-) #1
Author: G. Willow Wilson
Illustrator: Adrian Alphona
Series: Ms. Marvel (2014-)
Published: February 5. 2014
Read: February 6. 2014
Format: Comic, e-comic
Genre: Superhero

One word review: Fantastic!

Ok lets write a bit more than one word shall we… I woke up at 4 this morning and couldn’t sleep more, so instead of turning and tossing I went on to Comixology and picked up one of the comics on my wish list: Ms. Marvel #1 and seriously I am soo glad that I did. I loved Captain Marvel, but Ms. Marvel blew me away!  I had vaguely heard that Marvel was doing a muslim-American female superhero months ago and forgotten all about it. So when I opened the issue I was surprised and delighted.

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Captain Marvel, Vol. 1

15984353Title: Captain Marvel, Vol. 1, In Pursuit of Flight
Author: 
Illustrator: 
Series: Captain Marvel
Published: January 1st 2013 by Marvel
Read: January 22 to 24, 2014
Format: Comic, e-comic
Genre: Superhero

I have not been feeling so hot this last week and I have been super busy, which has led me to pick up comics again. I didn’t really read comics from I was around 13 till last year so it is kind of a new experience for me to read in this format. As a child I read a lot of Asterix, TintinElfQuest
Valérian and a lot of other comics. It seems that a lot of them were French or from Belgium – apparently that is what gets translated into Danish. I loved comics as a kid. None of them were superhero comics though. So the superhero genre is something I have come to as an adult. I am sure that really change how I read and how I view the characters. They hold no nostalgia for me, but some of them has a lot of sense of wonder to me.

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