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Knocking out some prints for SC Comicon! I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to draw this cutie patootie.

Preview of Ms. Marvel #1


One of the comics I’m looking forward to this year is Ms. Marvel from writer G. Willow Wilson and artist Adrian Alphona. Here is a preview of the first issue due next month.





katherinegryffindor asked: akjdfjdlf are you a ms. marvel fan? trying to remember if that's you or if it's someone else on my dash but um are you excited for the new Ms. Marvel that's coming out in feb because i just found out about it and I'm flipping out 'cause it looks really cool

I am a Ms. Marvel (and Captain Marvel!) fan, and I am so stoked for the new series, I can’t even!!!! 

I know a lot of people aren’t really into legacy characters, but I think they’re wonderful. They were a big part of the draw for me back before DC rebooted and ruined everything. I like the idea of having a new person take up the mantle of a retired or dead superhero, because then you still get the villains and you know (generally) what style of story you’re in for, but it’s a totally new person with new relationships and new obstacles to overcome. As opposed to just regressing and restarting the same old characters over and over and over again, which is a problem with both Marvel and DC. 

So yeah, I think it’s great that we’re getting a brand new take on Ms. Marvel, and I can’t wait to read it. :D


Ms. Marvel #1, by G Willow Wilson

coming soon in 2014!

Kamala Khan will be depicted as a Jersey City resident with family from Pakistan, and a major fan of Carol Danvers, the former Ms. Marvel and current Captain Marvel. The origins of the character, the article states, began in conversations between Marvel editors Sana Amanat and Steve Wacker about Amanat’s experiences growing up as a Muslim-American.

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