Ms. Marvel, Vol. 10: Time and Again by G. Willow Wilson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This is the end of an era, as these are the last issues written by series creator G. Willow Wilson. Which is sad, but this is a good way for Wilson to bow out. A large part of this is due to the fact that Bruno has returned from Wakanda; his relationship with Kamala was a highlight of the series' earlier volumes. This volume feels more grounded as a whole, focusing to Kamala's relationships with her family and friends (she admits to being Ms. Marvel to the latter, only to discover they've known this for a long time). Aside from an odd little trip to 1257 A.D. to show Kamala's purportedly Inhuman ancestor, and an equally strange aside in the final issue revealing some kind of "quest game" wormhole (if it does end up reinforcing Kamala's ties to her friends), this volume feels back on track.
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