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How She Finds Her Freedom in STAR #5

Star #5 concludes the series in a dramatic way, while leaving the door open to continue her story.

The Rematch of a Century is About to Occur in STAR #4

Star #4 brings about the rematch we've been waiting for, providing an epic battle and emotionally raw scenes.

How MS. MARVEL VOL. 1 Found A Way Into Our Hearts

Ms. Marvel Vol. 1 is the start to an all new character, Kamala Khan. Her character is refreshingly human and unique, and that is why we love her so.

A New Perspective in STAR #3

Star #3 brings Ripley Ryan's raw pain and anger to the forefront, reminding us that she is a human who has gone through significant trauma during this process.

The Cost of Power in STAR #2

Star #2 continues Ripley’s story, providing compelling reasons to care for the villainess fused with the Reality Stone.

Carol Choosing Her Own Resolution in CAPTAIN MARVEL: THE END #1

Captain Marvel: The End is the tale of Carol's final mission, it's emotionally compelling and powerful, and gives her the sendoff she deserves.

CAPTAIN MARVEL #14 Gives Us Answers But Then More Questions.

Flying to the shelves this week from Marvel Comics, Captain Marvel #14 delves deeper into Kelly Thompson's "The Last Avenger" story arc with our favorite...

Exclusive Marvel Comics Preview: CAPTAIN MARVEL #14

Captain Marvel #14 hits your local comic book store on January 22, but thanks to Marvel Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has a three-page preview for you to check out.

The Return of a New Enemy in STAR #1

Star #1 gives a Marvel villainess a chance to shine in this dramatic and entertaining miniseries.

Panel Breakdown: STAR #1 By Kelly Thompson, Javier Pina, and Filipe Andrade

Welcome to PANEL BREAKDOWN, a weekly series where we take a look at our favorite panels of a comic book. This week we are...
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