This review contains *spoilers*.
Ms. Marvel, Vol. 2 continues with Kamala Khan’s mission to protect her hometown, Jersey City, and the people she loves. And she’ll do it as Ms. Marvel!
Too bad being a hero comes with a downside: mysterious, creepy villains who are set on taking her down. First up: The Inventor. And finding out that he is a bird/ human hybrid clone of Thomas Edison is surprisingly not the weirdest thing about him… He’s using runaway kids to power his robots.
Things get worse when Kamala discovers The Inventor has kidnapped even more kids than she first thought.
P.S. He also dognapped Lockjaw! THE NERVE!
That royal dog is the ball of happiness we all need:He’s too good, too pure. My heart.
Along the way, Kamala learns she’s a descendent of the superhuman race known as the inhuman—and that her power may be in flux. I’m still loving Kamala’s humor. I can always count on her on-point remarks to lighten any situation.
Also, can we take a moment to appreciate just how many panels there are to choose from of Kamala being almost blown away:Speaking of blowing things up… that ending felt kind of rushed and wrapped up too quickly for my liking. I mean, I am glad we won’t be seeing more of The Inventor. But I’m curious to find out what’s next in story for Ms. Marvel and her city—her home. Plus, I’m really looking forward for more scenes with her family because I really missed them in this volume.