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Ms. Marvel Masterworks Vol. 2: Ms. Marvel Vol. 2 (Ms. Marvel (1977-1979)) by [Chris Claremont, David Michelinie, George Perez, Bob Layton, Simon Furman, Jim Shooter, Jim Mooney, Mike Vosburg, Dave Cockrum, Michael Golden, Carmine Infantino, Mike Gustovich]

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B01HC5YILW
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Marvel (July 26, 2016)
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ July 26, 2016
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 1294030 KB
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  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 322 pages
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Rape of Carol Danvers and other Fun Stories.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on July 29, 2016
Yes this volume does include the Avengers #200 which has abduction, rape and incest in it. But it does also include some other fun and entertaining stories from Chris Claremont.

This book is over 300 pages of content starting in 1978 with issues of Carol Danver's own title Ms. Marvel #15 through #23. Plus what would have been issues #24 and #25 which was printed 13 years later in Marvel Super-Heroes #10 and #11 (1992) then a few pages of Carol Danners related material from Avengers #197 to # 199. Then the very controversial Double Sized Avengers #200. Followed by Claremont's response which is another double sized issue, Avengers Annual #10 (1981). Finally we get a story from 1986's Marvel Fanfare #24.

The restoration and reproduction are excellent. Kelly Sue DeConnick , current writer of Carol Danvers adventures provides a disappointing Introduction. While it was interesting, I would much prefer some historical insight from the creators. Chris Claremont would have been my pick since he wrote over 90% of this volume.

Ms. Marvel #15 and #16 lead off this volume with a two part Tiger Shark story from Chris Claremont and Jim Mooney. Wundarr guests in the first part , while Avengers The Beast and Scarlet Witch in the second part.

Ms Marvel #17 and #18 is another two parter from Claremont and Mooney. This time the villian is called Centurian and the entire roster of Avengers show up in the second part.

Carmine Infantino does the art for Ms. Marvel #19 which is a meeting between Carol Danvers and the Kree Captain Marvel. Ronan the Accuser and Supremor are also featured. This story also takes a look at Carol's childhood and we find out how she was unfairly treated by her chauvinist father.

Since the book was demoted to bi-monthly status with #19 Dave Cockrum takes over with Ms Marvel #20 with the hopes he can maintain a bi-monthly schedule. The first thing Cockrum does is redign her costume getting her of the goofy scarf and adding the sash and higher boots and gloves.

Claremont and Cockrum two part story ran in Ms Marvel #19 and #20. The story takes place in New Mexico and involves numerous evolved creatures.

Well for whatever reason Cockrum still was able to continue. The next four issues then are the work of artist Mike Vosburg. Vosburg's first issue is Ms Marvel #22 which brings back her nemesis DeathBird.

Ms Marvel #23 ends up being the last regular issue. A female astronaut friend of Carol's returns in this story which brings back The Faceless One from Astonishing Tales #2. The story also guests Vance Astro of the Guardians of the Galaxy.

Marvel Super-Heroes #10 (1992} is up next and it includes the entire story and even the cover intended for Ms Marvel #23 is included. Sabretooth breaks loose and Ms Marvel must recapture him. Iron Man guest stars.

Marvel Super-Heroes #11 was started for Ms Marvel #24 by Claremont and Vosburg. Simon Furman either finished scripting it or wrote a new ending for it since it ends with Carol as Binary. The story also features the cold blooded murder of Carol's former boyfriend by Rogue. For some reason, that I totally disagree with Marvel decides to break the story apart and not print the last five pages to after Avengers #200.

Next up is a few pages from Avengers #197 through #199 which feature Ms Marvel joining the team and her super accelerated mystery pregnancy. Followed by the very controversial Avengers #200 which is double sized issue. This issue was plotted by Jim Shooter, George Perez, Bob Layton and David Micheline. Perez pencilled the story and Micheline scripted the story. Not sure exactly who came up with the plot and whether they intentionally came up with this sick concept or just didn't think it through.

Anyways the bottom line is Carol Danvers is abducted by Marcus (Son of Immortus ) brain washed, raped and then is impregnated with Marcus himself. Then Marcus matures in a matter of days and it ends with Carol going off to live with her son (incest) who abducted and abused her. This is played out to be a happy ending.

After last five pages of that before mentioned we get Avengrs Annual #10 done by the team of Chris Claremont and Michael Golden. This is clearly Claremont's response to the other story. Ms Marvel returns but spends time with X-Men now instead. When questioned by the Avengers she gives them "heck" for their despicable treatment of her. The Avengers battle the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants in the main story.

We conclude with a short Binary story from Marvel Fanfare #24 ( 1986) by Claremont and David Ross.

While I didn't like the way they split up the one story and I detested what they did to Carol in Avengers #200. I still really enjoyed the bulk of the stories and think Claremont had a real handle on the character.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Ms Marvel comics are a wonderful collection. The volume 1 is also pretty good
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