Marvel’s ‘Generations’: Original Wolverine, Hulk, Iron Man and more to return

  -Iron Man (Tony Stark and Riri Williams) – written by Brian Michael Bendis
-Spider-Man (Peter Parker and Miles Morales) – Brian Michael Bendis
-Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers and Kamala Khan) – G. Willow Wilson
-Thor (Odinson and Jane Foster) – Jason Aaron
-Hawkeye (Clint Barton and Kate Bishop) – Kelly Thompson
-Hulk (Bruce Banner and Amadeus Cho) – Greg Pak
-Jean Grey (young and older) – Dennis Hopeless
-Wolverine (Logan and X23) – Tom Taylor
-Captain Marvel (Mar-Vell and Carol Danvers) – Margie Stohl
-Captain America (Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson) – Nick Spencer

The Totally Awesome Hulk #15


Like seriously, as an Asian American, it covers basically everything I have ever dreamed of in a comic. 

Silk loves karaoke

There are cosplayers

They talk about representation.

And blatant racial stereotyping.

And microagressions.

And parental expectations of you.

And they fight over the dinner bill. Literally.

A Note To Parents of Very Young Ms Marvel Readers

Hello all! Over the last few years, I’ve spoken with lots of you who read Ms Marvel with your kids, which is awesome. Ms Marvel is and will always be a YA book, but I wanted to give you a heads-up that our new story arc (Issues #14-17) is a bit scarier than our usual fare, and deals directly with online bullying. It’s less like Harry Potter Books 1-3, more like Harry Potter books 4-7. If your child made it through Goblet of Fire, chances are they’ll be able to handle this arc, but if you have any doubts, I encourage you to read through these issues yourself before sharing them with the smallest Ms Marvel fans in your life.