Margaret Stohl


Marvels Storyboards: Margaret Stohl Joe Quesada Talk Captain Marvel

Marvel's Storyboards: Margaret Stohl, Joe Quesada Talk Captain Marvel

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.[caption id="attachment_1238495" align="aligncenter" width="600"] A still from Marvel’s Storyboards (Image: Marvel Studios)[/caption]"Whether you choose to speak through your[...]

The Talent and Diversity Question at NYCCs Women of Marvel Panel

The Talent and Diversity Question at NYCC's 'Women of Marvel' Panel

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[...]

The Life of Captain Marvel #2 Review: Emotions and Revelations for Earths Mightiest Hero

The Life of Captain Marvel #2 Review: Emotions and Revelations for Earth's Mightiest Hero

Even then, Margaret Stohl may be able to do something interesting with the idea.[caption id="attachment_907413" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Life of Captain Marvel #2 art by Marguerite Sauvage[/caption]          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[...]

The Life of Captain Marvel #1 Review: A Heartfelt Look at Carol Danverss Youth

The Life of Captain Marvel #1 Review: A Heartfelt Look at Carol Danvers's Youth

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Captain Marvel and the Avengers are fighting a cadre of villains which include Tanalth the Pursuer and Moonstone. During the fight, Carol begins having unwarranted flashbacks to her childhood in Harpswell Sound, Maine. They are visions of her father beating her two brothers while her mother held her back. This begins affecting her […]

Joe Quesada Covers Life of Captain Marvel #1 Takes Joint Creative Custody of Book

Joe Quesada Covers Life of Captain Marvel #1, Takes Joint Creative Custody of Book

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 #128 Review: The One Where Thanos is a Hero

Captain Marvel #128 Review: The One Where Thanos is a Hero

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Captain Marvel and Zeta Flight are at the mercy of Lord Starkill and his Ravagers. Unfortunately for Starkill, he decided to make a deal to give "Corporal Marvel" over to "Thanos the Just" on Titan. Shortly, the Ravagers and Zeta Flight turn on their leaders, and it's Starkill and Captain Marvel being taken […]

Captain Marvel #127 Review: It Has a Carrot Groot in it

Captain Marvel #127 Review: It Has a Carrot Groot in it

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 #126 Review: In A Mirror Slightly Tinted Grey

Captain Marvel #126 Review: In A Mirror, Slightly Tinted Grey

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The NASA shuttle containing Captain Marvel's Alpha Flight crew just disappeared before her, leaving no trace. She finds a mysterious station with the Alpha Flight insignia, but, upon going inside, she finds a slightly different Puck, Sasquatch, and Wendy. They also call their crew Zeta Flight. They soon find themselves under attack. On […]

Marvel Legacy Captain Marvel #125 Review: Alpha Flight Takes Off Once More

Marvel Legacy Captain Marvel #125 Review: Alpha Flight Takes Off Once More

However, writer Margaret Stohl makes it work.[caption id="attachment_736196" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Captain Marvel #125 art by Michele Bandini and Erick Arciniega[/caption]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[...]

The Mighty Captain Marvel #9 Review: Girls Day Out

The Mighty Captain Marvel #9 Review: Girls' Day Out

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[...]

Generations: Captain Marvel #1 Review: A Classic Hero Returns

'Generations: Captain Marvel #1' Review: A Classic Hero Returns

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 Mighty Captain Marvel #8 Review- The End Of Quasar&#8230Again

The Mighty Captain Marvel #8 Review- The End Of Quasar…Again

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[...]

The Mighty Captain Marvel #7 Review: The Tide Turns And Then Turns Back Again

The Mighty Captain Marvel #7 Review: The Tide Turns, And Then Turns Back Again

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] *Ties into the Secret Empire crossover In The Mighty Captain Marvel #7, Captain Marvel, Alpha Flight, the Ultimates, and the Guardians of the Galaxy continue their struggle against the Chitauri forces attacking Earth. The new cadets — Glory, A'Di, and Dante — find themselves in a bad position as they attempted to contact Earth […]


The Mighty Captain Marvel #5 Review &#8211 Fun But Repeats Secret Empire Events Verbatim

The Mighty Captain Marvel #5 Review – Fun, But Repeats Secret Empire Events Verbatim

Among the books that are getting a fat helping of the Nick Spencer flagship story is Margaret Stohl’s The Mighty Captain Marvel.This isn’t too surprising given that Colonel Carol Danvers has been positioned as one of the Marvel headliners since the beginning of All-New, All-Different Marvel and even more so since Civil War II (probably[...]


Margaret Stohl And Sana Amanat On Captain Marvels Need To Care For Others

Margaret Stohl And Sana Amanat On Captain Marvel's Need To Care For Others

This includes Margaret Stohl and Sana Amanat They talk about how Carol Danvers is afraid to lose control and how she has a pretty good support system with the Alpha Flight station Carol works best with a support squad and having people around her to care for.https://youtu.be/AH6eAvtHjt0 Marvel has released a second part to a[...]


Margaret Stohl And Sana Amanat On The Mighty Captain Marvel

Margaret Stohl And Sana Amanat On The Mighty Captain Marvel

Marvel has put together a pretty cool looking video focusing on the new Captain Marvel series by Margaret Stohl with art by Emilio Laiso and Ramon Rosanas They've set the art to a song called Wild City by The Pretty Reckless and the inter-cut in interview bits with writer Stohl and editor Sana Amanat They[...]