Now, the lesion has stolen her life again. She fights against the Builders in the Infinity storyline, but seems to do it by faking everyone out.
I haven't seen issue 17 yet, but I understand that her fans bring her to some sort of closure that will eventually lead to the new Issue One of Captain Marvel in March, 2014. There are hints that she might just take a sabbatical off Earth- maybe visit Hala.
No matter what, I completely trust Kelly Sue. The people I don't trust is Marvel/Disney. Despite being 'Earth's Mightiest Hero' and obviously one of the most powerful superheroes in existence, Marvel never seems to push the Captain Marvel title like it does all the others. Plenty of love for the Avengers, the X-Men and Spiderman (even the Superior one), but nothing for Carol who may have sacrificed the most. No action figures, no games (well, some electronic ones) no Heroclix figure, no coloring book, no storybook, no novel and apparently no movie until at least beyond 2015.
Not impressed with Marvel.
: this series is only 17 issues...
: why do they feel the need to re-boot is so
: can't they just continue the series as is
: with it?
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