Official Press Release
With Carol Danvers no longer Ms. Marvel, who will take up the mantle? Answer: The Dark Avenger formerly known as Moonstone! Writer Brian Reed and artist Rebekah Isaacs team up for an all-new, all-different Ms. Marvel #38! Norman Osborn has appointed the villainous Moonstone to become the world’s new favorite super-heroine–what kind of chaos and mayhem will ensue? This issue also features a Wolverine Art Appreciation variant cover by Paolo Rivera!
Fans and critics are raving about Brian Reed and Ms. Marvel:
“What’s so fascinating about this current run of Ms. Marvel by Brian Reed is just how versatile he has proven both himself to be as a writer, as well as the character he writes, Carol Danvers, Ms. Marvel. […] This is a truly great book.” — Adam Chapman, Comixtreme.com
“This issue has a few plotlines running through it, but I think Brian Reed handles it efficiently and effectively. I really think the best events and storylines of “Dark Reign” are going to happen where you least expect them, and this is one of those places.”– Kevin Powers, ComicsBulletin.com
“I should be hit in the face with a 12 inch frying pan for even imagining a bad issue of Ms. Marvel.” — Mike Rapin, destroythecyb.org
Marvel urges retailers to check their orders on Ms. Marvel and all Marvel Dark Reign tie-ins! What do Osborn and Moonstone have planned!? Find out this and more starting in Ms. Marvel #38!
MS. MARVEL #38 (FEB092509)
MS. MARVEL #38 WOLVERINE ART APPRECIATION VARIANT (FEB092510)
Written by BRIAN REED
Penciled by REBEKAH ISAACS
Cover by PHIL JIMENEZ
Wolverine Art Appreciation Variant by PAOLO RIVERA
Rated T+ …$2.99
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