Oh, To Be a Teenager: Ms. Marvel

If I could be a teenager again, I would read more comic books. Part of the reason that I enjoy Ms. Marvel is that she is a superhero, who reads comic books.
Kamala Khan is also a teenager with typical problems: overprotective parents, bullying and an older brother. She also has some superhuman problems, like learning how to control the size of her hand.

The last issue that I read, #6, included Wolverine. It’s not a huge surprise. That guy is everywhere. For a comic book fan, it is a dream come true. She’s a fangirl, as well as a superhero.


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