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March: Book One – by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell

March: Book One is the first in a series of three graphic novels that provide context to and details about the civil rights movement in the United States.

This series provides a vivid explanation about events that you may have only heard a little about (or briefly saw photos of on social media). It’s also a great resource for people who are interested in using non-violent civil disobedience as a form of protest.

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Ms. Marvel #3 – Super Famous (Part 3)

Ms. Marvel #3- Super Famous is the third part of a three part story.  You should go read part 1 and part 2 before reading this one.  This issue was published in March of 2016.

It’s hard to write about the third part of any trilogy without giving away too much.  I will say that the story line comes to a nice conclusion while leaving some things open just enough to perhaps be developed in future issues.

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Ms. Marvel #2 – Super Famous (Part 2)

Ms. Marvel #2 – Super Famous – is the second part of a three part story.  It was published in February of 2016.  You should read #1 before reading #2.

In this issue, Ms. Marvel returns to the office of the Hope Yards Development and Relocation Association for the purpose of doing some more investigating. Everything looks normal, until she finds some strange goo in a mini fridge.  That goo turns out to be a key part of the story.

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Ms. Marvel #1 – Super Famous

I recently started collecting the Kamala Khan version of Ms. Marvel comics.  I never had an interest in the original Ms. Marvel, but there was something about Kamala Khan that intrigued me.  I’d never heard of a female, muslim, teenage, superhero before – and I wanted to see what her adventures would be like.

Ms. Marvel #1 – Super Famous  is the first of a three-part story.  It was published in January of 2016.  There are two different covers for this particular issue, but the story inside is identical.

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