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"The ending of G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona's 'Ms. Marvel' #18 is splendid, surpassing most cliffhangers in its narrative power."
Although many superhero comics are quick to remove parents from the picture, "Ms. Marvel" demonstrates the impact they can have on a story, and a character.
Cliff Chiang, Glenn Fabry, Jeff Lemire and David Marquez all contribute covers to Marvel's celebration of Jack Kirby's creatures.
Amid some heated controversy, this year's Hugo Awards were given out on Saturday, resulting in a few big wins and more "No Awards" than ever.
CBR's Kevin Mahadeo explores how minority representation, especially for Indian and Middle Eastern characters, is trending in a positive direction.
While there's still room to improve, positive changes are being made toward minority representation - specifically Indian and Middle Eastern - in pop culture.
The "Punisher: War Zone" director weighs in on Ronda Roussey's Captain Marvel comments and calls for a Kamala Khan movie.
In "Avengers: Ultron Revolution," Ms. Marvel, Captain Marvel, Black Panther and the Inhumans will join the Marvel Animated Universe.
When the stores failed his daughter's costume wishes, this dad broke out the sewing machine and made a Kamala Khan outfit himself.
Was She-Hulk’s fight in Marvel's "Contest of Champions" originally drawn as a Ms. Marvel fight? Find out if this Legend is true or false.
Marvel Comics has released an official teaser image for the post-"Secret Wars" "All-New, All-Different Marvel Universe."
The current Ms. Marvel will have a life outside of comics, as the popular character is set to appear in Disney XD's "Avengers: Ultron Revolution."
"Captain" Marvel returns to Earth, "Storm" protects the Jean Grey School, the Spider-Wasp arrives in "Spider-Man 2099" and more Marvel previews.
"Romance is very difficult to get right in any medium, but G. Willow Wilson and Takeshi Miyazawa nail it" in "Ms. Marvel" #14.
Kamala Khan's good fortune continues as the popular young hero is the latest to join the Marvel-themed match-3 adventure game.
Marvel has begun to reveal the line-up of its post-"Secret Wars" Avengers team, set to debut on Free Comic Book Day.
Writer B. Clay Moore states that female superheroes were originally introduced because "the industry was trying to find something for everyone."
Artist Phil Jimenez and Marvel's Sana Amanat talked with host Larry Wilmore about why some fans are so resistant to recent changes.
In G. Willow Wilson and Takeshi Miyazawa's "Ms. Marvel" #13, "Kamala is that rare comic book teenager who actually feels like a real teenager.
Check out CSBG's archive of bad comic book ideas, including the infamous "Avengers" storyline where Ms. Marvel gives birth to her own rapist.
With "Guardians of the Galaxy's" voice cast now revealed, here are the other Marvel properties we'd like to see get the animated treatment.
"Ms. Marvel," "Black Widow," "Punisher" and "Silver Surfer" are among the titles that enter their "Last Days" in the wake of "Secret Wars."
Peek into Marvel's future with art from "Ms. Marvel" #13 by Takeshi Miyazawa, "Superior Iron Man" #6 by Laura Braga and "Nova Annual" by David Baldeon.
Wilson and Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #11 "revels in the ridiculousness of the Marvel Universe."
San Francisco fans of Marvel’s Kamala Khan have used the hero's image to deface anti-Islamic ads throughout the city's bus system.
Noah Berlatsky contrasts the graphic violence in "Gotham" to the subdued approach in "Ms. Marvel," and ponders which is truly more realistic.
From "Adventures of Superman" to "Zero," here's the complete ranking of CBR's Top 100 Comics of 2014, encompassing multiple genres and publishers.
It's time for CBR's annual look back at the year that was, ranging from splashy movie announcements to important dialogue on industry issues.
Joseph Illidge looks back on the year 2014 and cites various accomplishments by creators in the cause for diversity in comics.
Get an early taste of Marvel's 2015 with glimpses at pages from "Ms. Marvel" #11, "Superior Iron Man" #4 and "Guardians 3000" #4.
Axel Alonso takes stock of the Marvel releases that had an impact in 2014, including "Ms. Marvel," "Death of Wolverine" and the female "Thor."
Wizard World points to scheduling conflict for skipping San Antonio next year! "Luther" cartoonist Brumsic Brandon Jr., passes away. "Ms. Marvel" tops bookstore GN sales!
Noah Berlatsky argues that a female Thor or a Black Iris West isn't a radical reinvention -- it's keeping with decades of superhero tradition.
"Amazing Spider-Man" writer Dan Slott explains the high stakes of "Spider-Verse" during New York Comic Con and why he loves writing Marvel Style.
Hosts (and fellow writers) Ben Blacker & Heath Corson welcomed G. Willow Wilson and Greg Pak for a live edition of the Nerdist Writer's Panel.
G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona's "Ms. Marvel" #9 continues the series' strong run with "addictively good characterization and dialogue."
Writers Kelly Sue DeConnick & Gail Simone and edtior Sana Amanat discussed female stories, fans and what's next for both.
Writer G. Willow Wilson joined CBR at NYCC to discuss the surprising success of "Ms. Marvel" and how it feels to create the right book at the right time.
Marvel's "Spider-Verse" event picks up steam in October as "Amazing Spider-Man" #7 features Ms. Marvel and the other-dimensional Spider-UK!
Marvel's editor-in-chief talks sexualization, diversity! Stewart Copeland opens pop-up comics shop in Nashville! Two retailers on the secrets of their success! More!