Which Ms. Marvel will survive Marvel's "Dark Reign?"

Tue, January 27th, 2009 at 4:23pm PST

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Official Press Release

It’s the beginning of the end for Carol Danvers (AKA Ms. Marvel) as she comes face to face with the Dark Avengers—and her destiny as Ms. Marvel becomes Dark Ms. Marvel with issue #38! It all begins in this week’s Ms. Marvel #35, from the fan favorite team of writer Brian Reed and artist Patrick Olliffe, as Carol encounters Captain Marvel’s replacement—Noh-Varr, better known as Marvel Boy! As Carol’s past catches up with her and she meets Norman Osborn’s new Ms. Marvel (AKA the villainous Moonstone), two Ms. Marvels will clash…and Carol Danvers will fall!

“Brian Reed tells a solid, cool superhero tale”—Bryan Joel, IGN.Com

“I've really liked the direction that Brian Reed has been taking Ms. Marvel over the past few months…I've been really digging the complexities of everything that's been happening”—Kevin Powers, ComicsBulletin.Com

Marvel urges retailers to check their orders on upcoming issues of Ms. Marvel as the series continue to tie into the red hot Dark Reign and becomes Dark Ms. Marvel with issue #38. Carol Danvers is on a collision course with destiny—but what does this mean for her future? Find out in Ms. Marvel!

MS. MARVEL #35 (NOV082330)

Written by BRIAN REED
Penciled by PATRICK OLLIFFE
Cover by ED MCGUINNESS
Rated T+ …$2.99
ON SALE TOMORROW!

MS. MARVEL #36 (DEC082316)
Written by BRIAN REED
Penciled by PATRICK OLLIFFE
Cover by PHIL JIMENEZ
Rated T+ …$2.99
FOC—2/5/09, On-Sale—2/25/09

MS. MARVEL #37 (JAN092485)
Written by BRIAN REED
Penciled by PATRICK OLLIFFE
Cover by PHIL JIMENEZ
Rated T+ …$2.99
FOC—3/5/09, On-Sale—3/25/09

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