Marvel Rising

Marvel Rising

SQUIRREL GIRL meets MS. MARVEL - for the very first time! When Doreen Green (also known as the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl) volunteers as head counselor for an extracurricular computer programming class, little does she know that junior counselor Kamala Khan moonlights as crime fighting super hero Ms. Marvel! But this coding configuration is more than just ones and zeros when...

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Title:Marvel Rising
Author:Devin Grayson
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Edition Language:English

Marvel Rising Reviews

  • robinnette

    It was a really enjoyable read. As it is with crossovers, not all characters were written perfectly in character all the time but the main heroes, Doreen and Kamala, were a great team-up to read about! I had lots of fun especially since the main plot was concerned with video games and I'm a gamer myself. Overall, it was pretty good for a crossover.

  • Katie

    Very cute, but the plot gets a little redundant. The characters are hilarious and some of my favorites pop up here. It’s a little misleading because everyone on the cover art is not in the story, though.

  • Madison

    I loved that Ryan North and G. Willow Wilson were involved in this together! It was the perfect fusion of the tone of Ms. Marvel and Squirrel Girl. I was really hoping this would be the perfect intro to these characters/this generation of Marvel in general, but it does require some prior understanding/familiarity with Marvel, these characters, and comics as a whole to really enjoy. That being said, I can still think of lots of kids who will find this book exciting, and that's great!

  • Shaun

    I read the individual issues of this trade paperback. A really fun series, Squirrel Girl and Ms. Marvel are a great team up. I'm a little surprised they haven't teamed up before now. The only complaint I had about the series was the individual issues had stupid names (they were all #1's) but in collected form that is hardly an issue.

  • Christy

    Can’t wait for the show!

  • Ahdom

    I didn't love it and I didn't hate it. This line does have some potential, however... This seems to be Marvel's answer for "DC's Superheros Girls" from DC comics. While DC is displaying their most popular heroines, Marvel had decided to offer stories from their lesser known ones. I think it was a solid choice as these comics do not re-imagine characters in a "Superhero High School" the way DC has done, but instead sets it in the Marvel Universe and uses characters that are actually in High Schoo

    I didn't love it and I didn't hate it. This line does have some potential, however... This seems to be Marvel's answer for "DC's Superheros Girls" from DC comics. While DC is displaying their most popular heroines, Marvel had decided to offer stories from their lesser known ones. I think it was a solid choice as these comics do not re-imagine characters in a "Superhero High School" the way DC has done, but instead sets it in the Marvel Universe and uses characters that are actually in High School. I really liked how they have written intelligent high school girls that are into STEM, coding, and technology. This story works well in a contemporary setting and makes it more relative for this generation of readers. I think these could only get better as the "Marvel Rising" brand grows. I love the message of these comics and I hope to get my girls in to them. They teach you that working together and supporting each other is what the world really needs, more than it does super powers.

  • Sesana

    It's cute, and I think it will appeal to the target audience. But it's weird that, despite being titled Marvel Rising, it has absolutely nothing to do with Marvel Rising. This isn't set in that world, where Ms. Marvel and Squirrel Girl are friends and teen heroes together. This is set in the regular Marvel continuity.

  • Chrisie

    It was...good. I think prior/more knowledge of computer programming, video game mechanics and background on the characters would have made it more enjoyable.

    I have read some Squirrel Girl (she's okay) and all of Ms. Marvel (she's awesome) but I'm not familiar with the others.

    All in all, it was cute and had a good story but it just didn't compel me like I'd hope for.

  • Laura

    I'm strongly biased. I have two reasons I bought this: Squirrel Girl is in it and I've watched the first episode of the new Marvel Rising cartoon.

    I was a bit thrown by the many iterations of the heroes. The drawing changed and I'm not familiar with the various characters to keep track of the changes in ID.

    There wasn't as much Squirrel Girl as I'd like and some of the characters only appeared briefly. (I'd have liked more Chipmunk Hunk--and truck explanations!) I'm going to keep on trucking with

    I'm strongly biased. I have two reasons I bought this: Squirrel Girl is in it and I've watched the first episode of the new Marvel Rising cartoon.

    I was a bit thrown by the many iterations of the heroes. The drawing changed and I'm not familiar with the various characters to keep track of the changes in ID.

    There wasn't as much Squirrel Girl as I'd like and some of the characters only appeared briefly. (I'd have liked more Chipmunk Hunk--and truck explanations!) I'm going to keep on trucking with the Marvel Rising series.

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