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by G. Willow Wilson & Takeshi Miyazawa
Issue #13 of Ms. Marvel is centered around families, or more specifically the overlapping demands of two different clans. Teenager Kamala Khan has two families neither of which she had any say in choosing. The first consists of her mother and father, who raised Kamala and her brother Aamir in Jersey City. She is long used to their loving support, as well as their irritating over-protectiveness. In other words, they are like any average family, alternating between providing comforts and provoking exasperation.
Less predictable is her newly discovered status as an Inhuman. Recent events have ignited Kamala’s long dormant powers, which in turn has brought her to the attention of the Royal House of Boltagon. The issue opens with Kamala on the Inhuman home New Attilan, training her powers. Medusa looks on, confiding her concerns to Lockjaw, who had recently served as Kamala’s companion. Medusa wishes that Kamala would live with her fellow Inhumans, where together they can keep her safe from dangers which Kamala is too inexperienced to realize exist. Still, Kamala insists her home remains with the family with whom she has grown-up.
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Scott Snyder doing what he does best. Horror. After his work on Severed (Image Comics) and with the hiatus of American Vampire (Vertigo), it is nice to see Synder playing in the field of suspense and terror again. The cliffhanger from issue three left me wanting more, more, more, and now that I have finally been given that “more,” I am scared to flip open the first page. Great stuff by a great writer and artist.