Carol Needs to Learn to Let it Go in Captain Marvel #28 [Preview]

A new issue of Captain Marvel hits stores next week from Marvel Comics, and let us tell you, Carol Danvers is still hung up on this whole "I murder the Avengers" thing. Here in this preview of Captain Marvel #28, you can see that Carol is still obsessing over it. But why is it such a big deal? Heroes learning that a future version of themselves may be responsible for the death of everyone they love and the destruction of human civilization happens, like, every other day in the Marvel Universe. And how often does it really come true? Never. So stop worrying about it, Carol. If you kill all the Avengers, they'll just come back in a future super-mega-crossover event anyway.

(W) Kelly Thompson (A) Jacopo Camagni (CA) Marco Checchetto
Carol Danvers is a born soldier. Give her a field of battle and an enemy to punch, and she's unstoppable. But the Captain's Achilles' heel is about to break. The mystic arts are Carol's one true weakness, and – haunted by her failure to stop the villain Ove – she's on a mission to correct that weakness… at any cost. A brand-new arc kicks off with artist Jacopo Camagni's supernatural talents!
Rated T+
In Shops: Apr 21, 2021
SRP: $3.99

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