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Kamala Khan steps into the starring role of one of Marvel's all-time classic comic book titles - yes, she's putting the "Ms." into Marvel Team-Up! And, fittingly, the ever-sociable Spider-Man swings by to hand over the mantle! After a science demonstration at Empire State University goes awry, Ms. Marvel and Spidey find themselves tangled up in the same chaotic adventure. Kamala Khan steps into the starring role of one of Marvel's all-time classic comic book titles - yes, she's putting the "Ms." into Marvel Team-Up! And, fittingly, the ever-sociable Spider-Man swings by to hand over the mantle! After a science demonstration at Empire State University goes awry, Ms. Marvel and Spidey find themselves tangled up in the same chaotic adventure. Is it destiny? Or disaster?! And can the two heroes put their heads together and find a way to save the day? The Marvel Universe awaits Kamala in this mind-bending and magnificent new series! COLLECTING: MARVEL TEAM-UP (2019) #1-6


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Kamala Khan steps into the starring role of one of Marvel's all-time classic comic book titles - yes, she's putting the "Ms." into Marvel Team-Up! And, fittingly, the ever-sociable Spider-Man swings by to hand over the mantle! After a science demonstration at Empire State University goes awry, Ms. Marvel and Spidey find themselves tangled up in the same chaotic adventure. Kamala Khan steps into the starring role of one of Marvel's all-time classic comic book titles - yes, she's putting the "Ms." into Marvel Team-Up! And, fittingly, the ever-sociable Spider-Man swings by to hand over the mantle! After a science demonstration at Empire State University goes awry, Ms. Marvel and Spidey find themselves tangled up in the same chaotic adventure. Is it destiny? Or disaster?! And can the two heroes put their heads together and find a way to save the day? The Marvel Universe awaits Kamala in this mind-bending and magnificent new series! COLLECTING: MARVEL TEAM-UP (2019) #1-6

30 review for Ms. Marvel Team-Up Vol. 1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Fafa's Book Corner

    Book 1 for #StartOnYourShelfathon.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jason

    I 100% loved the first half of this book. The art, the story, everything was firing on all cylinders as Peter Parker and Kamala Khan switch minds and team up to reverse it. Funny and heartfelt. The 2nd story, with Kamala Khan and Captain Marvel was also fun but the art was way off. Like Kamala was red in some shots. Not sure of it was a misprint issue or not.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Zelly B.

    I'll admit, I bought this for the first story with Kamala and Peter teaming up. Carol in the second story was an added bonus. That said, I thoroughly enjoyed the Ms Marvel/Spidey team-up (I will never ever get tired of Spider-Man mentoring teenage heroes) but the second story was kind of a confusing, underwhelming plot. The differences between the two stories were pretty evident, all the way down to the artwork. Enjoyed the Spidey/Ms Marvel art, did not enjoy the Ms Marvel/Cap Marvel art. Oh I'll admit, I bought this for the first story with Kamala and Peter teaming up. Carol in the second story was an added bonus. That said, I thoroughly enjoyed the Ms Marvel/Spidey team-up (I will never ever get tired of Spider-Man mentoring teenage heroes) but the second story was kind of a confusing, underwhelming plot. The differences between the two stories were pretty evident, all the way down to the artwork. Enjoyed the Spidey/Ms Marvel art, did not enjoy the Ms Marvel/Cap Marvel art. Oh well. I got what I came for, at the very least!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Simon

    Brought down by the second arc in the volume, one that underwhelms despite being a product of the McElroy clan. It can't quite decide whether it wants to be contemplative or action-packed or funny and it just ends up weighing itself down.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Marvel Team-Up’s back…sort of. In this short six issue revival, Ms. Marvel teams up with Spider-Man and Captain Marvel to battle bodyswaps and the Kree Empire, to varying degrees of success. The lead story, by Eve Ewing, and Joey Vasquez on art, is great stuff. A bodyswap between two similar characters shouldn’t work, but Kamala and Peter’s personalities shine through even when they’re in each other’s bodies, and the fact that Kamala is basically teen-Peter is played very well. Both of the Marvel Team-Up’s back…sort of. In this short six issue revival, Ms. Marvel teams up with Spider-Man and Captain Marvel to battle bodyswaps and the Kree Empire, to varying degrees of success. The lead story, by Eve Ewing, and Joey Vasquez on art, is great stuff. A bodyswap between two similar characters shouldn’t work, but Kamala and Peter’s personalities shine through even when they’re in each other’s bodies, and the fact that Kamala is basically teen-Peter is played very well. Both of the characters learn from each other, and the final showdown with the Jackal feels almost inconsequential compared to the influence that the two of them have on each other. Vasquez’s art is great too, cartoony without losing definition or detail, and the first issue flipbook style works surprisingly well. The second story is a different beast unfortunately. Written by Clint McElroy (yes, that one), with art by Ig Guara, it spends far too much time throwing out weird references to previous stories and having Kamala and Carol argue to really get anywhere. I love continuity, probably more than most comic fans, but this is how to do it wrong – the story is driven entirely by obscure references to stories from yesteryear, and doesn’t do anything to make itself compelling in its own right. Kamala feels like a caricature of herself unfortunately, and she and Carol have had more than one falling out story recently, so another on the pile feels redundant. Guara’s art’s not great either, feeling very blocky compared to his usual fare. One great story, one mediocre one, and they flatten out to a middle of the road collection. It’s a shame the book didn’t get to last longer, because Marvel Team-Up is usually a good time, but I guess it just didn’t get off the ground this time around.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    Ms Marvel teams up with Peter Parker Spidey and then Capt Marvel. I enjoyed Peter the most--body swap shenanigans! It seemed to be set earlier in her run, though? Bruno had an arm. I don't know, it was a little confusing. But I loved the swapping perspectives, and learning to use each other's superpowers, and Spidey's friend Dr Rosario was really great and I'd love to see more of her. The Carol and Kamala team up was a little less fun. Carol is grappling with being anti-Kree and also half Kree, Ms Marvel teams up with Peter Parker Spidey and then Capt Marvel. I enjoyed Peter the most--body swap shenanigans! It seemed to be set earlier in her run, though? Bruno had an arm. I don't know, it was a little confusing. But I loved the swapping perspectives, and learning to use each other's superpowers, and Spidey's friend Dr Rosario was really great and I'd love to see more of her. The Carol and Kamala team up was a little less fun. Carol is grappling with being anti-Kree and also half Kree, and it's supposed to parallel how others treat Kamala as a Muslim and how she loves her heritage. The writing seemed a little bit muddled, but it was still all right.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Alex

    This volume of Marvel Team-Up collects issues #1-6. This was a really fun read! In this collection, Kamala Khan teams up with Spider-Man and Captain Marvel. I particularly enjoyed the art style in the Spider-Man story.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Iris Nevers

    [Read in single issues] Everything about this was great. The mind swap, Peter liking lip gloss, Kamala being Kamala, Captain Marvel and Ms. Marvel team up that we deserved. I really wished this kept going. I had hopes for this series!!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Linton

    Love the two perspectives and the convergence into the middle!!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rachelle

    How fun was this team-up? First Ms. Marvel and Spidey, then Ms. Marvel and Captain Marvel? Amazing!!! More please!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Emmanuel Nevers

    Marvel has brought back the "Marvel Team-up" title but this time Kamala Kahn is in the lead! First teaming up with Spider-man then Captain Marvel! This is some good old fashion marvel fun!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sara Sears

    Loved the first three issues. The last three with Captain Marvel had awkward writing and art.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    The first story was fun and quippy-- Peter Parker and Kamala Khan. But the Captain Marvel was hard to follow and not as fun.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Nicola Tyson

    *2.5 for the art style

  15. 5 out of 5

    Katie Florida

    I love a good team-up story! This one had some super fun elements that made the reading experience unique.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ryan Lindberg

    I love Joey Vasquez’s art. The flip-book format is cool. Can’t wait to read the next one.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    The Spiderman team-up is so good I’m giving this four stars even though the Captain Marvel one is disappointing. It relies too much on prior Marvel knowledge and the art isn’t as nice.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Megan Farve

    I loved the first half of this team up with Spider-Man, but I wasn’t a fan of the second half with Captain Marvel.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    Two different stories here, each three issues long. The first is a great Spider-Man/Ms. Marvel team up that capitalizes on the similarities in their personalities and their age differences. Yeah, it's a body swap, yeah, Peter's done that a lot, but that's actually a serious plot point. This story was cute and funny and I really enjoyed it. The second has Captain Marvel as a guest start, and it was a bit of a disappointment. It was a little too concerned with minutiae of Kree back story and petty Two different stories here, each three issues long. The first is a great Spider-Man/Ms. Marvel team up that capitalizes on the similarities in their personalities and their age differences. Yeah, it's a body swap, yeah, Peter's done that a lot, but that's actually a serious plot point. This story was cute and funny and I really enjoyed it. The second has Captain Marvel as a guest start, and it was a bit of a disappointment. It was a little too concerned with minutiae of Kree back story and petty bickering between the Marvels to really get going. Also, the art was shockingly bad for this story.

  20. 4 out of 5

    EM

    This is a good graphic novel!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Trinity Fordham

    3.5 stars (This was really hard for me to rate.) Peter Parker and Kamala Khan team up 5 stars To be honest, this was everything I could have wanted from a team up. Peter and Kamala just had the perfect dynamics and relationship. The dialogue and art were amazing. I loved this so much. Carol Danvers and Kamala Khan team up 2 stars As much as I love both Carol and Kamala, and their relationship, for some reason this just felt off. Half the time I was confused about what was happening. The dialogue, 3.5 stars (This was really hard for me to rate.) Peter Parker and Kamala Khan team up 5 stars To be honest, this was everything I could have wanted from a team up. Peter and Kamala just had the perfect dynamics and relationship. The dialogue and art were amazing. I loved this so much. Carol Danvers and Kamala Khan team up 2 stars As much as I love both Carol and Kamala, and their relationship, for some reason this just felt off. Half the time I was confused about what was happening. The dialogue, art and writing made it feel like something was missing, and I just felt so disconnected from the story.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Erica

    It says vol 1-6, but the comics themselves say its a 3 parter? Either way a good pairing to re-launch team-up with my 2 favorite current super-heroes

  23. 4 out of 5

    Robert Greenberger

  24. 5 out of 5

    Isobel

  25. 4 out of 5

    Alicia Garnett

  26. 5 out of 5

    Katie

  27. 4 out of 5

    Galen

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Hauser

  29. 5 out of 5

    Travis

  30. 5 out of 5

    Igor Toscano

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