Ms. Marvel: Civil War

I have never ever read Ms. Marvel or Marvel's Civil War story lines, but this book is amazing. Ms. Marvel: Civil War II really is an inspiring book. In it, the new Ms. Marvel has to deal with the possibility of victimizing criminals before they've done the crime. This is basically high-tech profiling - something she knows all too well considering she's part of an immigrating Indian family. At just 16, she has to decide what's more important to her: the safety of the system or the safety of people. During these times those lines are blurred. I really enjoyed reading the book and hope young people everywhere have a chance to read it too. They need to know that just like her, the world has everyday heroes.

By Devion D.

Ms. Marvel

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