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Ms. Marvel Vol 1 13


Ms. Marvel Vol 1 13

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Appearing in "Homecoming!"Edit

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Synopsis for "Homecoming!"Edit

Carol has come to visit her parents in Boston with her friend Michael Barnett after the events of last issue. Recounting the end of her battle with Hecate, we learn that because of her exposure to the Scarlet Scarab, her human and Kree selves have perfectly synched and Carol can now assume her Ms. Marvel guise whenever she pleases.

After visiting with her mother, and after her father (a construction worker) has a near accident at one of his sites, Carol and Michael have a date aboard the USS Constitution. The festivities are spoiled when an alien robot named Sapper arrives with a robot warrior, prompting Carol to change into Ms. Marvel. Although Sapper tries to absorb her energy, she manages to defeat Sapper and his minion when his robot minion is damaged, forcing them to flee.

  • Letters: Saladino (uncredited) page 1.

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