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Ms. Marvel Volume 2: Generation Why (Ms Marvel: Marvel Now!) Paperback – April 7, 2015
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Gr 6 Up—The second installment of the "Ms. Marvel" series picks up with boisterous Kamala Khan continuing her hunt for Jersey City's newest villain, The Inventor. She stumbles upon a suspicious sewer drain that leads her to deadly robots, giant alligators, her hero Wolverine, and none other than the nemesis himself—a cockatiel-human hybrid, genetically cloned from Thomas Edison's DNA. Kamala also discovers that her newly acquired powers are far from a fluke and that she might be superhuman after all, thanks to some more familiar faces in the Marvel Universe. In a disturbing final standoff, the source of The Inventor's "clean energy" is revealed, leading our heroine to realize that her generation needs a voice now more than ever. Packed with just as much action, snark, and plot twists as its predecessor, this second entry might be even more enjoyable than the first, as it begins to tackle the fraught concept of "the new generation," and whether technology keeps teens plugged into the world, or tuned out. Wyatt and Alphona's vibrant and textured artwork complements Kamala's brave, yet compassionate nature, while perfectly showcasing her "elastic" talents. VERDICT Fans of Ms. Marvel will not be disappointed in this exciting continuation. A worthy addition to any library's comic collection.—Ashleigh Williams, School Library
About the Author
Willow Wilson began her writing career at the age of 17, when she freelanced as a music and DJ critic for Boston's Weekly Dig magazine. Since then, she's written the Eisner Award-nominated comic book series Air and Mystic: The Tenth Apprentice and the graphic novel Cairo. Her first novel, Alif the Unseen, was a New York Times Notable book. It was shortlisted for the 2012 Flaherty-Dunnan Award. G. Willow spent her early and mid twenties living in Egypt and working as a journalist. Her articles about the Middle East and modern Islam have appeared in the New York Times Magazine, the Atlantic Monthly and the Canada National Post. Her memoir about life in Egypt during the waning years of the Mubarak regime, The Butterfly Mosque, was named a Seattle Times Best Book of 2010.
Willow is published by Grove/Atlantic Books in the United States and Atlantic UK in the United Kingdom.
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unrealistic body type. I finally got this after reading about its popularity with a wide variety of people and how so many people
really liked it after thinking they wouldn't. I'm looking forward to having my daughter (and any subsequent children ;) ) read these when older.