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Captain Marvel #13

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 8 critic ratings.


One Avenger is dead at Captain Marvel’s hand. Who will be next? And why? What strange allegiance is driving Captain Marvel to the darkest edge?

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
23 pages
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8 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    You Don't Read Comics

    It’s unclear how big of a part Singularity will play in future issues, or if she’ll play any part at all. Even if she doesn’t appear after this story, it was great to see her reunited with Carol again. This new run of Captain Marvel has been an incredible exploration of the character. Pushing her beyond her limits like never before, and this issue is a perfect example of that.

  • 94

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Dark, action-packed and filled with tension, Kelly Thompson goes in guns blazing with this story. The plot moves at a great pace and the flashback moments enhance the present day action instead of hindering it. There’s a part of me that would have liked to see the twist reveal a little later down the road, preferably with her encounter with Captain America, but this story is well told and a blast to read. Carol’s voice over makes this issue work with the complexity of the story and all its moving parts.

    The Art: Lee Garbett brings some dynamic and appealing visuals to this issue. The characters and action all look amazing and Carol is given the perfect balance of power and menace.

  • 94

    Comic Watch

    Ultimately, this issue is everything you want in a follow up from the crazy events of last issue. The story is unfolding at a rapid pace to keep you absorbed in what is transpiring and the artwork doesn’t fail to deliver. Any fans, new or old, of Captain Marvel will NEED to check this arc out, because it seems we are in for a real treat from Kelly Thompson and the rest of the creative team.

    Captain Marvel #13 is a seamless continuation of the crazy events of last issue, delivering a spectacle of action as this shockingly dark new mystery unfolds at a rapid pace.

  • 90

    But Why Tho?

    Captain Marvel #13 proves itself to be another worthy entry in this ongoing story. Thompson and crew continue to shine as they never fail to highlight that the best parts of our heroes aren’t their powers. Though they show us those are pretty cool too.

  • 90

    Monkeys Fighting Robots

    Captain Marvel #13 gives us a lot for one issue, it’s difficult to say anything without feeling like you’re giving too much, so I highly recommend picking this up and seeing it all for yourself. Thompson’s new twist on Carol shows us a new side to both the character and her writing, and I am very interested to see her explore these further, as well as how consistently dark she wants to keep it.

    As a whole, I like how she is handling Carol’s attempt at fighting all of the Avengers. This isn’t some showboating flex of the character’s prowess but instead giving us very specific scenarios where Carol is viciously taking on friends who don’t want to fight back right away. Someone is going to catch on eventually, and I’m wondering how it will go when Carol faces the foe who is expecting her. I highly recommend keeping up with this story arc; it feels worth the wait between issues, and the speculation on what will happen next is only making it better.

    What other turns do you see this series taking? Are there any characters you would like to see written into a story like this where they’re the villain? Let us know what you think in the comments!

  • 80

  • 80

    Comics: The Gathering

  • 70

    Comic Book Revolution

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