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Vacation — all she never wanted! Carol Danvers and Jim Rhodes have rekindled their relationship (and their vacation plans!) just in time to get a distress call from Carol’s half sister — Lauri-Ell, the Kree Accuser — that sends the couple on a bit of a detour. And for a trip to outer space, they’ll need to pack much more than just their swimsuits! An old darkness has re-em Vacation — all she never wanted! Carol Danvers and Jim Rhodes have rekindled their relationship (and their vacation plans!) just in time to get a distress call from Carol’s half sister — Lauri-Ell, the Kree Accuser — that sends the couple on a bit of a detour. And for a trip to outer space, they’ll need to pack much more than just their swimsuits! An old darkness has re-emerged — one that almost brought the Avengers to their knees not so long ago. A twisted Captain Marvel is once again terrorizing the galaxy! And this time it’s not Carol Danvers…we’re almost sure. But where is Vox Supreme? Prepare for a thrilling fight to the finish as Carol battles to save the legacy of Captain Marvel! COLLECTING: Captain Marvel (2019) 31-36


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Vacation — all she never wanted! Carol Danvers and Jim Rhodes have rekindled their relationship (and their vacation plans!) just in time to get a distress call from Carol’s half sister — Lauri-Ell, the Kree Accuser — that sends the couple on a bit of a detour. And for a trip to outer space, they’ll need to pack much more than just their swimsuits! An old darkness has re-em Vacation — all she never wanted! Carol Danvers and Jim Rhodes have rekindled their relationship (and their vacation plans!) just in time to get a distress call from Carol’s half sister — Lauri-Ell, the Kree Accuser — that sends the couple on a bit of a detour. And for a trip to outer space, they’ll need to pack much more than just their swimsuits! An old darkness has re-emerged — one that almost brought the Avengers to their knees not so long ago. A twisted Captain Marvel is once again terrorizing the galaxy! And this time it’s not Carol Danvers…we’re almost sure. But where is Vox Supreme? Prepare for a thrilling fight to the finish as Carol battles to save the legacy of Captain Marvel! COLLECTING: Captain Marvel (2019) 31-36

30 review for Captain Marvel, Vol. 7: The Last of the Marvels

  1. 4 out of 5

    Subham

    This felt so epic omg! (view spoiler)[ So it starts with Rhodey and Carol vacationing until they fight a sludge monster only to find that its taken the form of some evil version of carol (from the last avenger arc) and thus she has to fight them and she sees its targeting people who have shared her mantle before and thus its an inter planetary trip to some place after her friends get captured and she has to fight Vox supreme and more people there, revelations and a whole more fights later and exp This felt so epic omg! (view spoiler)[ So it starts with Rhodey and Carol vacationing until they fight a sludge monster only to find that its taken the form of some evil version of carol (from the last avenger arc) and thus she has to fight them and she sees its targeting people who have shared her mantle before and thus its an inter planetary trip to some place after her friends get captured and she has to fight Vox supreme and more people there, revelations and a whole more fights later and explanations and the splitting with Binary and then the coming of Avengers and Guardians and a big fight later with the predictable ending and a massive reveal in the end also and some interesting status quo changes! (hide spoiler)] So its an okayish book by the end but starts off pretty strongly and you feel the tension like the guy who we are thinking is back, is he back and all the dilemmas and really I love the way the previous stories inform this one as we move towards the main crux of the conflict and the coming of Vox-supreme and these sludge aliens and yeah we dont get the answer to what they are but I think it was more about the threats they represented to Carol's friend and how she fights them off. Its an interesting dilemma and just feels like the start of a long story and I like the inclusion of Binary and it will be interesting to explore her in future volumes plus the art was so epic and cute, I loved it nd the team up in the end! <3!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Katie Florida

    Read as issues released. Another great arc!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    When an assailant in a familiar looking black suit attacks Carol, she finds herself in the crosshairs of the horrific Vox Supreme once again. But this time she's not the only target - anyone who has worn the mantle of Marvel is on the menu! I've decried Kelly Thompson's Captain Marvel run for rehashing old ground, but while this new arc includes the return of Vox Supreme, this is anything but a retelling of The Last Avenger. The Marvel characters' rich histories are on full display, and Thompson When an assailant in a familiar looking black suit attacks Carol, she finds herself in the crosshairs of the horrific Vox Supreme once again. But this time she's not the only target - anyone who has worn the mantle of Marvel is on the menu! I've decried Kelly Thompson's Captain Marvel run for rehashing old ground, but while this new arc includes the return of Vox Supreme, this is anything but a retelling of The Last Avenger. The Marvel characters' rich histories are on full display, and Thompson uses their relationships with one another to bring them together against Vox in a truly satisfying way. Carol always comes across as a solitary character, but this series has gone out of its way to ensure readers are reminded of the fact that she's a lynchpin in the Marvel universe on Earth and beyond. Sergio Davila steps up as the artist for this arc, and does an admirable job. There are lots of space locales and characters involved, but Davila never cuts corners or turns in unfinished work; another Marvel rising star I think, especially after this arc and the latest Black Knight mini. Carol's latest adventure looks familiar on the surface but is definitely the next step in Kelly Thompson's ongoing story. With lovely art and a massive heart at the centre of it, this is what Captain Marvel is all about.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Liz (Quirky Cat)

    It's hard to ignore a title like The Last of the Marvels. It promises many things – a peek at other characters with the Marvel moniker. A threat. And even...hope? It's hard to explain how this title made me feel; mere words don't feel like enough. Captain Marvel Vol.7 was written by Kelly Thompson. At this point, Thompson is one of my favorite Marvel writers. She is also one of my favorite Captain Marvel authors, which I feel is saying something. Working alongside Thompson, we have Takeshi Miya It's hard to ignore a title like The Last of the Marvels. It promises many things – a peek at other characters with the Marvel moniker. A threat. And even...hope? It's hard to explain how this title made me feel; mere words don't feel like enough. Captain Marvel Vol.7 was written by Kelly Thompson. At this point, Thompson is one of my favorite Marvel writers. She is also one of my favorite Captain Marvel authors, which I feel is saying something. Working alongside Thompson, we have Takeshi Miyazawa (art), Sergio Davila (pencils), Sean Parsons (inks), Roberto Poggi (inks), Ian Herring (colors), Jesus Aburtov (colors), Erick Arciniega (colors), and VC's Clayton Cowles (letters). The Last of the Marvels is a lot. It's the first big adventure after Carol and Rhodey worked things out (if you don't know what that is about, check out volume 6!), and thus it should have offered Carol a break. Only we know that's never going to happen, right? This woman is a workaholic, and the universe always finds a way to demand her help. It looks like an enemy is not as gone as we had thought, and he's making big moves. Writing Captain Marvel Vol.7: The Last of the Marvels is a lot, and I mean that in a good way. Kelly Thompson has packed SO much into this narrative that it can take a bit to digest all of it. Granted, most fans might have gone into it feel a little emotionally compromised/sappy since Carol and Rhodey are back together again (spoiler alert?). I don't know about you, but that is something my heart needed. At a glance, it may seem like there are a couple of plots weaving through this volume. However, once you crest the main plot arc, it suddenly starts to make sense. How it all connects, and how we got here. Yes, I still have questions, but I do not doubt that Thompson will answer those in the future (likely soon, given some of the covers I've been seeing). Personally, I never felt like the Vox Supreme threat was over, so it was satisfying to see him come back around. Only this time, the Avengers and everyone else got to work WITH Carol, which felt like justice, if that makes sense. There were a lot of satisfying moments that stemmed from this fact, which I'm sure Kelly Thompson included for the sake of the fans. A few major surprises were thrown into the mix, which I won't spoil for readers. I cannot wait to see the implications of these moments or where they will ultimately lead. Things like this are why I love Captain Marvel's plots so much. Artwork The artwork in Captain Marvel Vol.7: The Last of the Marvels is perfection, if I may say so. I've always loved the bolder colors of her series, but I feel like they were taken to a whole new level in this volume. Though perhaps that is the contrast (both literally and figuratively). Working on this volume, we have Sergio Davila (pencils), Takeshi Miyazawa (artist), Sean Parsons (inks), Roberto Poggi (inks), Ian Herring (colors), Jesus Aburtov (colors), Erick Arciniega (colors) and VC's Clayton Cowles (letters). It's a huge crew, but the payout is so worth it. The colors are arguably my favorite part, obviously. There's a lot of depth to them while still having that eye-catching element that I adore. Then there's the artwork itself. I'm a massive sucker for cameos, and there are a ton here. As a fan of many of the characters gracing these pages, I have to say that the collective artists did a fantastic job representing them all. Likewise, I enjoyed seeing the different minor renditions of the Vox suits. It was a nice touch. Conclusion Fans of Captain Marvel should absolutely make a point of reading Captain Marvel Vol.7: The Last of the Marvels. There are many different parts of this story that could ultimately make big waves in Marvel continuity, so I would keep my eyes on where this one goes. Read more reviews over at Quirky Cat's Fat Stacks

  5. 5 out of 5

    FrontalNerdaty

    Someone is kidnapping all the various Captain Marvel’s (part and present) and turning them in to weapons. Is Carol able to stop them? Kelly Thompson’s run on Captain Marvel continues to be a fun and rewarding read as it hits it’s 7th volume. By this point Thompson has nailed her take on Carol and she continues to evolve as a character. The premise is good in this volume and I really enjoyed seeing all the Captain Marvel/ and Captain Marvel adjacent characters coming together. Pulling in the Aveng Someone is kidnapping all the various Captain Marvel’s (part and present) and turning them in to weapons. Is Carol able to stop them? Kelly Thompson’s run on Captain Marvel continues to be a fun and rewarding read as it hits it’s 7th volume. By this point Thompson has nailed her take on Carol and she continues to evolve as a character. The premise is good in this volume and I really enjoyed seeing all the Captain Marvel/ and Captain Marvel adjacent characters coming together. Pulling in the Avengers and GOTG for the last issue felt a bit unnecessary but it did provide some great splash pages. As said before Thompson is hitting her stride with Captain Marvel and hopefully there’s many more to come. 3/5

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ross

    Kelly Thompson wants you to leave this story with one thing remembered. Family and friends together are unstoppable. We get all kinds of callbacks from the Captain Marvel name/family. Love those deep cuts. It's usually Carol vs. the world, but we've seen her lean more on her friends and family these last few runs. Nice to see the character grow from that lone wolf mentality. Bonus: Binary is....back? Bonus Bonus: Even Hulkling has a cameo? Mar-vell family keeps on trucking Kelly Thompson wants you to leave this story with one thing remembered. Family and friends together are unstoppable. We get all kinds of callbacks from the Captain Marvel name/family. Love those deep cuts. It's usually Carol vs. the world, but we've seen her lean more on her friends and family these last few runs. Nice to see the character grow from that lone wolf mentality. Bonus: Binary is....back? Bonus Bonus: Even Hulkling has a cameo? Mar-vell family keeps on trucking

  7. 5 out of 5

    Allysa

    Vox Supreme is a consistently interesting foil for Carol and has wild machinations and plots to create an ideal world. Going after the Marvels creates more motivation for Carol to find and stop them. I feel like the sludge is a bit of an amalgamation of other “non sentient beings gain sentience” ideas that have showed up over the years. The introduction of Binary was very cool and I’m interested to see how Carol takes that and they move forward.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jenna

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Somehow it didn't feel very epic despite the symbiote-esque suits and the huge team-up battle at the end. Maybe it's because their villain just creepily reminded me of Mister Sinister in his "I must have the DNA of Scott Summers and Jean Grey" days. They really need a sonic superhero to take care of business... Or an upgrade to Rhodey's suit. Somehow it didn't feel very epic despite the symbiote-esque suits and the huge team-up battle at the end. Maybe it's because their villain just creepily reminded me of Mister Sinister in his "I must have the DNA of Scott Summers and Jean Grey" days. They really need a sonic superhero to take care of business... Or an upgrade to Rhodey's suit.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Andres Pasten

    Primer volumen que me entretiene. Se agrega otro personaje haciendo mas interesante esta saga.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    Quite disappointed in this story line but I did enjoy the art style. Hopefully the next volume picks up.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Dimitrios

    4 Continues to be a solid book with solid storytelling. But this arc dragged on. And the big bag seems a bit generic to me. I liked the reintroduction of Binary, though.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jipi Perreault

    Thompson treat us with a fun nod to Captain Marvel Legacy with the usual crew bantering that she made us fall in love with.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Cay Padron

    3.75 rounded up.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Chris Neish

  15. 4 out of 5

    Randi Trzesinski

  16. 4 out of 5

    Cara Phillips

  17. 5 out of 5

    Iain Ross

  18. 5 out of 5

    Eric Pfeffinger

  19. 5 out of 5

    Tjavierb

  20. 4 out of 5

    Bill Kte'pi

  21. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Watson

  22. 5 out of 5

    Chad Williams

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kristina Feeney

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sara Darling

  25. 4 out of 5

    Raya

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kyle

  27. 5 out of 5

    dan

  28. 4 out of 5

    Reader Reborn

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jessica Kruse

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jairo Ortiz

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