And this review is also later than I'd like, not only because my review backlog is large but because I didn't realize my library was getting new books in this series until I saw volume 3 appear on the shelves and then started looking for volume two. Wohoops, at least I know now that I should start looking for volume four soon!
Ms. Marvel volumes 2 and 3 written by G. Willon Wilson and illustrated by Jacob Wyatt, Adrian Alphona, Takeshi Miyazawa, and Elmo Bondoc
There is still trouble afoot in and near Jersey City and, as a girl who not only has strong ties to her home but also recognizes that if she doesn't protect it from superhuman threats no one will, Kamela continues her undercover crime fighting as Ms Marvel with some help from good friends and dogs.
Back to here, it may be that the connecting story thread here is the inhumans subplot (since Kamela finds out that she is not a mutant, she's an inhuman) which is the one part where the story started to lose me. I know how inhumans work thanks to Agents of SHIELD but that series is a different continuity so I was lost when a few other inhumans showed up and the story acted as if I should already be familiar with them. And I have to admit, having crossovers with things such as the SHIELD comics series feels weird since it's such a different beast than the one I know and love, the characters feel "out of character" and those crossover chapters don't help the story feel more connected (although I do appreciate that they are included for completion's sake). I'm still following the story for sure but I am glad that I'm reading it in collected, trade format instead of issue to issue, I'm afraid that it would have lost my attention if I read it in smaller chunks now.