Captain Marvel, Volume 2: Down

Captain Marvel, Volume 2: Down Review

Former Captain Marvel Monica Rambeau teams up with Carol Danvers to uncover a mechanical mystery - a deep sea danger decades in the making - and when an indestructible menace rises from the depth, the two women take sisterhood to new heights as they combine forces to bring it down! But as Carol returns home after the encounter she finds herself a changed woman. Something is weakening her powers and threatens to ground the high-flying hero for good. A new version of an old foe enters the fray, and Captain America gives Carol new wings in the form of old wheels as the incredible adventures of Earth’s Mightiest Hero continue!

Collecting Captain Marvel #7-12 - written by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Christopher Sebela, and illustrated by Dexter Soy and Filipe Andrade.

Title:Captain Marvel, Volume 2: Down
Edition Language:English

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    Captain Marvel, Volume 2: Down Reviews

  • C.G. Drews

    oh this was super good 👀i haven't read a comic in ages and yes for just diving into a Captain Marvel. most of the art was actually quite different to the average comic and I loved the style. Some o...

  • Anne

    3.5 starsI enjoyed this volume quite a bit more than the last one. For some reason, I'm still not sold on this Captain Marvel, though. I've noticed that she's certainly not a solo-superhero, and I lik...

  • Sam Quixote

    After reading her surprisingly good Avengers Assemble series, I thought it’d be worth revisiting Kelly Sue DeConnick’s Captain Marvel – was I too harsh with the first volume? Welll… not really...

  • Bradley

    Strong start in volume one, and I had high hopes for volume two. It started strong with a great robot bashing, but unfortunately right after that, the artwork dropped below inferior. The lines made ev...

  • Ashley

    Cognitive dissonance is balls.So, look. I love Kelly Sue DeConnick's writing. I love Carol Danvers. In general, I am a huge fan of everything that is going down in this book. BUT THE ART WAS SO DISTRA...

  • James DeSantis

    Whoa, a Captain Marvel book I really enjoyed. I knew it would eventually happen. This one is a lot more family/friend drama, and I think that's when Carol becomes more interesting. With dealing with h...

  • Nikki

    As with the first Captain Marvel book, I liked half the art (Dexter Soy's work) and then hated the latter half. More so in this one. Carol just looks deformed in half of this. But story-wise, this is ...

  • Mike

    Still delivering the natural dialogue, and continuing with not-stale conflicts/villains/antagonists/whatever. The creative teaming here continues to deliver - fun, adventurous, unusual, and grounded.I...

  • Sesana

    DeConnick pulls out all the stops here. There's giant sharks and a mech and a mysterious villain and guest stars and... Oh, and there's also characters with human emotions and frailties speaking to ea...

  • Jonathan

    Solid story with above-average art as well....