This week, Quesada speaks with author Margaret Stohl (Beautiful Creatures) at NYC's Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum about their work on The Life of Captain Marvel comic book series and what inspired the story of Carol Danvers. A still from Marvel's Storyboards (Image: Marvel Studios) "Whether you choose to speak through your words or through your[...]
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Panel hosts Judy Stephens and Sana Amanat were joined by Marvel creatives Kathleen Wisenski, Margaret Stohl, Leah Williams, Rachelle Rosenberg, and Jen Bartel which is a pretty solid lineup of talented people. The subject of this audience member's comment was regarding talent, diversity, and getting hired at Marvel, with an assertion that "women get hired in comics just because they're women" without "previous[...]
Even then, Margaret Stohl may be able to do something interesting with the idea. The Life of Captain Marvel #2 art by Marguerite Sauvage Marguerite Sauvage and Carlos Pacheco both put in fantastic work into yet another issue of Life of Captain Marvel here Pacheco puts in impressive and expressive detailing into his scenes, this time[...]
Captain Marvel returns home to Harpswell Sound after repressed childhood memories begin impacting her superhero carreer. Is it a good read?
Marvel has sent out a press release revealing Joe Quesada's cover for The Life of Captain Marvel #1, the upcoming series by Margaret Stohl and Carlos Pacheco that launches this July Or is it actually by Margaret Stohl, Carlos Pacheco, and Marvel execs Joe Quesada and Sana Amanat? The press release features quotes by Stohl[...]
Captain Marvel #129 Review: Lack of Action and an Uninteresting Narrative Make for an Underwhelming Finale
Captain Marvel and Lord Starkill have run have been captured by the villainous Dr. Eve, who claims to know the location of Bean. Is it a good read?
Captain Marvel and Lord Starkill are left by their crews to face the justice of Thanos. Can Carol escape this topsy-turvy universe and find Bean? Is it a good read?
Oddly enough, that's not exactly what happens. That does bring me to my one qualm with Margaret Stohl's tenure on Captain Marvel I want to see Carol kick some people's asses every once in a while, and show off her power That doesn't happen often enough in this series. The humor is starting to get a little[...]
Captain Marvel finds herself face-to-face with Zeta Flight. It's her crew, but there are some noticeable differences. What's going on? Is it a good read?
However, writer Margaret Stohl makes it work. Captain Marvel #125 art by Michele Bandini and Erick Arciniega Michele Bandini's art is quite good It's expressive and works well for humorous scenes He's great at action scenes too, and his work has a definitively comic book-feel, too Erick Arciniega is a solid color artist too, and he grooves[...]
Consequently, the color work doesn't really work for me either, as it just adds to the oversaturation and overexpression. That being said Margaret Stohl's script and dialogue is enough to save the comic from the subpar artwork The characters are likable, the setup is good, and it's just a fun yet emotionally weighty time I recommend[...]
It also adds some light friction to the relationship between he and carol. Carol Danvers herself is in full kick-ass and take-names form here, and Margaret Stohl has done an excellent job of refining her take on the character in her time writing Captain Marvel Her depiction of the two Captains is the biggest saving grace[...]
The cast of characters are still good, and Margaret Stohl is good at playing with them, even if Hopper comes off like a dick for no reason. We get to see the reunion between Captain Marvel and Wendy, which is a pretty sweet moment. I'll take any amount of the Ultimates team that I can get now[...]
If you’re interested in Secret Empire, The Mighty Captain Marvel #7 won’t give you much — but those here for Carol Danvers will not be disappointed.
Compared To Secret Empire Steve Rogers, Carol Danvers Is Practically Bernie Sanders In Marvel Legacy
Ah, what a naive time we were living in, way back in 2016. As Marvel wraps up the Secret Empire super-mega-crossover event, in which Captain America is revealed to be a lifelong agent of Hydra and takes part in a fascist takeover of the United States, let's just say the center has moved far to the[...]