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There's a new hero in Jersey City! Introducing Fadi Fadlalah, a.k.a. Amulet! What secrets is this gentle giant hiding? Is he friend or foe? Why is he showing up now, just when Kamala has gotten her life back on track? And is this town big enough for both of them?! Then, while recovering from a traumatic ordeal, Ms. Marvel fi nds herself an unwilling martyr for a movement s There's a new hero in Jersey City! Introducing Fadi Fadlalah, a.k.a. Amulet! What secrets is this gentle giant hiding? Is he friend or foe? Why is he showing up now, just when Kamala has gotten her life back on track? And is this town big enough for both of them?! Then, while recovering from a traumatic ordeal, Ms. Marvel fi nds herself an unwilling martyr for a movement she hates. If she wants to reclaim her narrative, she'll have to wake up fi rst! The anti-teen-hero task force, C.R.A.D.L.E., is scouring Jersey City to apprehend its young protector - and that isn't the only problem on Kamala's plate. Several of her family members support the new law - and if they discover her secret identity, it's game over for Ms. Marvel! COLLECTING: MAGNIFICENT MS. MARVEL (2019) 13-18


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There's a new hero in Jersey City! Introducing Fadi Fadlalah, a.k.a. Amulet! What secrets is this gentle giant hiding? Is he friend or foe? Why is he showing up now, just when Kamala has gotten her life back on track? And is this town big enough for both of them?! Then, while recovering from a traumatic ordeal, Ms. Marvel fi nds herself an unwilling martyr for a movement s There's a new hero in Jersey City! Introducing Fadi Fadlalah, a.k.a. Amulet! What secrets is this gentle giant hiding? Is he friend or foe? Why is he showing up now, just when Kamala has gotten her life back on track? And is this town big enough for both of them?! Then, while recovering from a traumatic ordeal, Ms. Marvel fi nds herself an unwilling martyr for a movement she hates. If she wants to reclaim her narrative, she'll have to wake up fi rst! The anti-teen-hero task force, C.R.A.D.L.E., is scouring Jersey City to apprehend its young protector - and that isn't the only problem on Kamala's plate. Several of her family members support the new law - and if they discover her secret identity, it's game over for Ms. Marvel! COLLECTING: MAGNIFICENT MS. MARVEL (2019) 13-18

30 review for Magnificent Ms. Marvel, Vol. 3: Outlawed

  1. 4 out of 5

    Paul E. Morph

    Well, colour me surprised. Marvel have cancelled Ms. Marvel. I honestly though Ms. Marvel would be immune to the cancellation hammer, being Marvel's iconic 'diverse' flagship character, who is set to make a big screen debut, and has featured in media outside of the comicbook world. I guess not! Sorry to see you go, Kamala, even if I will still get to hang out with you in the Champions book. Anyway, as for this final volume of Kamala's own book, it was pretty good (even at its worst this book has Well, colour me surprised. Marvel have cancelled Ms. Marvel. I honestly though Ms. Marvel would be immune to the cancellation hammer, being Marvel's iconic 'diverse' flagship character, who is set to make a big screen debut, and has featured in media outside of the comicbook world. I guess not! Sorry to see you go, Kamala, even if I will still get to hang out with you in the Champions book. Anyway, as for this final volume of Kamala's own book, it was pretty good (even at its worst this book has always been at least pretty good) but not up to the best Ms. Marvel standards, largely due to it being dragged into the 'Outlawed' crossover event. I haven't read the main 'Outlawed' book yet, so I was having to work out what was going on on the fly. Fortunately, Saladin Ahmed did a pretty good job of catching us up, but it still jarred me out of the story. I'd give this 3.5 stars if I could but, as it is, I'm rounding up in the thin hope it might help get Kamala another book soon (I know, I know...) My next book: Warhammer 40,000: Marneus Calgar

  2. 4 out of 5

    Miranda

    It's really a shame that Marvel canceled Ms. Marvel and evidently didn't tell Ahmed until very late in the process. What should have been a great, epic send off for one of Marvel's best, groundbreaking characters falls flat because Ahmed was given absolutely no time to really dig into the ideas he brought to the series. There are a lot of really great ideas presented here, but because everything needs to be wrapped up, the writing for them is shallow and unsatisfying (which is not Ahmed's fault, It's really a shame that Marvel canceled Ms. Marvel and evidently didn't tell Ahmed until very late in the process. What should have been a great, epic send off for one of Marvel's best, groundbreaking characters falls flat because Ahmed was given absolutely no time to really dig into the ideas he brought to the series. There are a lot of really great ideas presented here, but because everything needs to be wrapped up, the writing for them is shallow and unsatisfying (which is not Ahmed's fault, at all. He did the best with what time he had left.) Honestly, shame on Marvel for this. What a disgrace.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Ms. Marvel's life is turned upside down once again when a brutal attack on Coles High School leads to all teenage superhumans being outlawed! But Kamala and her friends aren't about to go down without a fight. Then, it's Kamala's 75th issue - and Stormranger is back to celebrate! Outlawed as a status quo is something I wish Marvel had more time to explore; I expect the idea was for it to last longer, but hey, pandemic. As a result, we get this truncated look at what happens when Ms. Marvel become Ms. Marvel's life is turned upside down once again when a brutal attack on Coles High School leads to all teenage superhumans being outlawed! But Kamala and her friends aren't about to go down without a fight. Then, it's Kamala's 75th issue - and Stormranger is back to celebrate! Outlawed as a status quo is something I wish Marvel had more time to explore; I expect the idea was for it to last longer, but hey, pandemic. As a result, we get this truncated look at what happens when Ms. Marvel becomes a fugitive. There are some good moments here - the fact that this is hurting Kamala and all she really wants to do is help people really shines through, especially in the issue that brings her face to face with Dum Dum Dugan. I like that again Ahmed recycles villains from the Wilson run, especially ones with an emotional impact like Lockdown and Discord. The return of Stormranger and the 75th issue in general are just really well done. Ahmed brings his story basically full circle, and while Kamala hasn't grown as much as she had when Wilson left the title, there's definitely a sense of progression here. I also really enjoyed both issues featuring Amulet, who I think will be sticking around in other titles if not here. The art is once again predominantly Minkyu Jung, who does a stellar job - he's made this title his own, and he had big shoes to fill after Adrian Alphona and Nico Leon defined Kamala's world. The fill-in issue by Joey Vasquez is pretty great too, he's been the go-to fill-in artist for this run, so it's been fairly consistent overall. Kamala's latest Magnificent adventure gets cut a little short, but it goes out on a high. I was always going to be skeptical about whoever took over Kamala's story after Wilson left, but Ahmed has been a worthy successor. Fingers crossed for whoever comes next.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Lawson

    That’s weird because I had actually heard that actually YOU had a rough week and YOU were getting choked up at the last issue of Magnificent Ms. Marvel so I mean really who can say? This is a collection in which the inciting incident happens in a different book but it was so enjoyable that I can’t even hold that against it. Would read a whole series on Amulet, Kamala’s friends and family are still among my favorite characters in comics and Saladin Ahmed has definitively followed in the footsteps That’s weird because I had actually heard that actually YOU had a rough week and YOU were getting choked up at the last issue of Magnificent Ms. Marvel so I mean really who can say? This is a collection in which the inciting incident happens in a different book but it was so enjoyable that I can’t even hold that against it. Would read a whole series on Amulet, Kamala’s friends and family are still among my favorite characters in comics and Saladin Ahmed has definitively followed in the footsteps of G. Willow Wilson by writing a book I feel compelled to read to children I don’t have.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Oneirosophos

    Has some very good moments, but is taken back from the stupid Outlawed arc. But hey, 75 MSM issues everyone! With NOT a that special issue... Sod off C.R.A.D.L.E! Seriously!!! THIS IS A BAD AND DISAPPOINTING ENDING!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Zoe

    The illustrations in this one were beautiful. My one thing is that I’m the first two issues, people seemed to get mad really easily.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kelly K

    Not the best but not terrible. Bummed there won't be any more. Not the best but not terrible. Bummed there won't be any more.

  8. 4 out of 5

    David Wilson

    Marvel canceling Ms. Marvel is a complete nonsense. Probably the most consistent book they have had for years. Guess they had to make room for the 5th X-Men title or something. SMH. SAGA needs to return immediately!

  9. 5 out of 5

    Erica McGillivray

    Meh to the whole cradle plot. The last issue was a nice farewell.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kaiti

    Not the ideal ending for this series I think, but I also feel like the writers lost their way a while ago and so I think ending the series wasn't necessarily a bad choice. Hopefully it'll be picked up again in a while! Not the ideal ending for this series I think, but I also feel like the writers lost their way a while ago and so I think ending the series wasn't necessarily a bad choice. Hopefully it'll be picked up again in a while!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Avi Woontner

    I'll talk more about the Outlawed plot in my Champions review. For this one, I'm just incredibly sad to see this series go. Ahmed did a wonderful job with Kamala's story, and I would have loved to have so much more. The single-issue wrap up was interesting and sweet. Glad it ended on a hopeful note. ALSO I LOVE AMULET GIVE HIM A SERIES NOWWWWW I'll talk more about the Outlawed plot in my Champions review. For this one, I'm just incredibly sad to see this series go. Ahmed did a wonderful job with Kamala's story, and I would have loved to have so much more. The single-issue wrap up was interesting and sweet. Glad it ended on a hopeful note. ALSO I LOVE AMULET GIVE HIM A SERIES NOWWWWW

  12. 5 out of 5

    Dakota Morgan

    Outlawed ties in to Champions, Vol. 1: Outlawed, which seems like more of a play to sell additional Champions issues than it does a way to improve the Magnificent Ms. Marvel series. Long story short: the Outlawed stuff sucked. It's a boring re-hash of Civil War (or maybe Civil War II) where the Champions caused a tad too much destruction and thus have been outlawed by the mean ol' government. In Ms. Marvel's Outlawed, Dum Dum Duggan hunts down Ms. Marvel with the classic excuse of "I just do wha Outlawed ties in to Champions, Vol. 1: Outlawed, which seems like more of a play to sell additional Champions issues than it does a way to improve the Magnificent Ms. Marvel series. Long story short: the Outlawed stuff sucked. It's a boring re-hash of Civil War (or maybe Civil War II) where the Champions caused a tad too much destruction and thus have been outlawed by the mean ol' government. In Ms. Marvel's Outlawed, Dum Dum Duggan hunts down Ms. Marvel with the classic excuse of "I just do what I'm told." Boring! Other aspects of Outlawed are better. The new hero, Amulet, seems fun and interesting. Ms. Marvel's private life is always more exciting than the terrible villains she must punch. And Minkyu Jung's art really holds the series together. Of course, Saladin Ahmed's run on Ms. Marvel ends with this volume, meaning Amulet likely won't warrant further exploration. Alas. So long for now Ms. Marvel!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Lara

    I still love Kamala and friends, buuuuut I’ve really struggled with the writing lately, and this volume felt so all over the place and rushed and weird and I guess this is the end of this series? Uhkay... I might have talked about this before, but I have always most enjoyed when Ms. Marvel does the Buffy thing and explores the things that are real life through a superhero lens. The baddies and the fight scenes? Eh. The expectation that I should know who random Marvel characters are (sorry, Dum Du I still love Kamala and friends, buuuuut I’ve really struggled with the writing lately, and this volume felt so all over the place and rushed and weird and I guess this is the end of this series? Uhkay... I might have talked about this before, but I have always most enjoyed when Ms. Marvel does the Buffy thing and explores the things that are real life through a superhero lens. The baddies and the fight scenes? Eh. The expectation that I should know who random Marvel characters are (sorry, Dum Dum Dugan, no clue)? Annoying. I sort of feel like this has gone the way of Runaways, which was my fave ever, until Joss Whedon messed everything up. Not to blame everything on Saladin Ahmed, but...I dunno. I sort of feel like maybe Ms. Marvel ran its course and now it’s a stretch to find new things to explore story-wise? About 80% of this volume didn’t really work for me. But I am super picky sometimes. Anyway, if someone starts a new Ms. Marvel series down the road I’ll probably feel compelled to read it, but I also felt compelled to try the new Runaways series and haaaaated it, so...

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Revell

    Another collection of breezy stories from Ahmed as Ms Marvel faces a number of new one-off threats to Jersey. There's a theme here of her struggling with feelings of inadequacy as well as the usual teen concerns such as missing the school dance. The story is missing some of the humour from earlier runs, but there's good use of the supporting cast and the introduction of a mystically-powered Arab American superhero as a new ally. The latter isn't particularly well-developed yet, but does have som Another collection of breezy stories from Ahmed as Ms Marvel faces a number of new one-off threats to Jersey. There's a theme here of her struggling with feelings of inadequacy as well as the usual teen concerns such as missing the school dance. The story is missing some of the humour from earlier runs, but there's good use of the supporting cast and the introduction of a mystically-powered Arab American superhero as a new ally. The latter isn't particularly well-developed yet, but does have some potential for the future. The main plot arc concerns the US government passing a law banning teenager superheroes (hard to enforce, one would have thought, but I don't suppose that's stopped them elsewhere in the Marvel universe) and doesn't really work all that well. But the story has heart, and it's an enjoyable read.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sesana

    Sadly, not just the end of Ahmed's run of Ms. Marvel, but the end of monthly Ms. Marvel. At least for now. Kamala is a good character and I'm sure she'll be back in some form eventually. The story is largely swallowed up by the Outlawed storyline, which is just yet another take on Civil War. Albeit a slightly better thought out premise, because who wouldn't want to protect kids from throwing themselves in harm's way? It kind of seems like Ahmed was told very late in the game that the cancellatio Sadly, not just the end of Ahmed's run of Ms. Marvel, but the end of monthly Ms. Marvel. At least for now. Kamala is a good character and I'm sure she'll be back in some form eventually. The story is largely swallowed up by the Outlawed storyline, which is just yet another take on Civil War. Albeit a slightly better thought out premise, because who wouldn't want to protect kids from throwing themselves in harm's way? It kind of seems like Ahmed was told very late in the game that the cancellation was coming, because the book ends before Outlawed was resolved, the last issue feels abrupt and slightly out of place, and there's a pretty serious plot point that seems like it got changed because he didn't have room to deal with it properly. I've been happy with Ahmed's work on Ms. Marvel all along, and I love Kamala, so I'm really sad to see this book go.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Christopher

    Father's Day gift! he largest through plot of this book riffs of events in Champions, Vol. 1: Outlawed which I haven't read so I was a bit at sea. The Idea of C.R.A.D.L.E. feels more than bit absurd, while the idea of being a reluctant poster-child for "Kamala's Law" feels disturbingly accurate. Amulet seems like an interesting character if not particularly required for the plot. The return of Stormranger and Monopoly in contrast feel a bit shoe-horned in. I'm not sure where the Bruno plotline is Father's Day gift! he largest through plot of this book riffs of events in Champions, Vol. 1: Outlawed which I haven't read so I was a bit at sea. The Idea of C.R.A.D.L.E. feels more than bit absurd, while the idea of being a reluctant poster-child for "Kamala's Law" feels disturbingly accurate. Amulet seems like an interesting character if not particularly required for the plot. The return of Stormranger and Monopoly in contrast feel a bit shoe-horned in. I'm not sure where the Bruno plotline is headed or if Fadi will be set up as a romantic rival as was implied with Red Dagger, but this plotline rings true to the complex life of a highschooler.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kelsey Brennan

    "Like I say, I've made some bad decisions. Sometimes they come back to hurt me. It's easy to feel like a failure when that happens. To feel like you deserve to be hurt. But that's when holding on to hope is most important. Hope that you can do better. That you can stop hating yourself. That you can remember who your real enemies are." This volume really only came together for me in the last issue, which was a shame. I generally have a harder time connecting to the crossover events, and I don't re "Like I say, I've made some bad decisions. Sometimes they come back to hurt me. It's easy to feel like a failure when that happens. To feel like you deserve to be hurt. But that's when holding on to hope is most important. Hope that you can do better. That you can stop hating yourself. That you can remember who your real enemies are." This volume really only came together for me in the last issue, which was a shame. I generally have a harder time connecting to the crossover events, and I don't read Champions. I wasn't by any means lost, the story is still easy to understand, and any extra context is given succinctly, but the crossover stories don't tend to be the ones that really allow Kamala to shine, in my opinion.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lenny

    Ahmed and Vasquez have had a very strong Ms Marvel run after taking over from creator G Willow Wilson’s 10 years on the series. They were clearly building towards a bigger story and had to tie things up quickly. It’s such a shame Marvel cancelled this series when story quality clearly has nothing to do with it. Others have guessed the cancellation is to start a new tie in series to the show - but prioritizing marketing in this case does a huge disservice to Ahmed, the story and its readership, a Ahmed and Vasquez have had a very strong Ms Marvel run after taking over from creator G Willow Wilson’s 10 years on the series. They were clearly building towards a bigger story and had to tie things up quickly. It’s such a shame Marvel cancelled this series when story quality clearly has nothing to do with it. Others have guessed the cancellation is to start a new tie in series to the show - but prioritizing marketing in this case does a huge disservice to Ahmed, the story and its readership, and especially new superhero Amulet who we didn’t see nearly enough of. I hope Ahmed is the writer for the next series (along with fantastic artist Joey Vasquez) so they can more or less pick up where they left off. Kamala deserves it.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sylvia

    Honestly, I can forgive the rushed, messy story telling even though it lacked the emotion that the Ms. Marvel graphic novels are known for. What was most upsetting to me was that it felt like all the characters took a massive step back. Relationships that were thoughtful and well-developed just died for what exactly? New characters were introduced with basically no purpose other than to fight next to Ms. Marvel. Old characters came back to kind of start drama that ended up fizzling out within th Honestly, I can forgive the rushed, messy story telling even though it lacked the emotion that the Ms. Marvel graphic novels are known for. What was most upsetting to me was that it felt like all the characters took a massive step back. Relationships that were thoughtful and well-developed just died for what exactly? New characters were introduced with basically no purpose other than to fight next to Ms. Marvel. Old characters came back to kind of start drama that ended up fizzling out within the same page. The lack of heart for this final installment was so disappointing. I'm gutted that Marvel canceled Ms. Marvel. I love these comics more than just about anything, but I felt like this last collection of stories did not do Kamala, Bruno, and all their friends justice.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Nabil Hussain

    Scintillating and Superb Ms. Marvel Volume!! Saladin Ahmed delivers and doesn't disappoint in an intriguing and fascinating volume of adventures of Ms. Marvel. The artwork is brill and very colourful. Saladin Ahmed and Co bring about thrilling installments of Kamala Khan's escapades and dering-do in Jersey City. The volume continues to give a vivid picture of Kamala's Muslim home life compared with the exciting and dramatic exploits of being Ms. Marvel. Great introduction of Amulet who is another Scintillating and Superb Ms. Marvel Volume!! Saladin Ahmed delivers and doesn't disappoint in an intriguing and fascinating volume of adventures of Ms. Marvel. The artwork is brill and very colourful. Saladin Ahmed and Co bring about thrilling installments of Kamala Khan's escapades and dering-do in Jersey City. The volume continues to give a vivid picture of Kamala's Muslim home life compared with the exciting and dramatic exploits of being Ms. Marvel. Great introduction of Amulet who is another Muslim super hero. I am so looking forward to the next volume!!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Shelley

    Oh, no, a Ms Marvel issue I didn't unreservedly love!! It had to happen eventually. I think I mostly don't like the plot from Outlawed, trying to arrest all teen superheroes, so naturally I wouldn't like this, that did its best to resolve things for Kamala. I really liked Amulet and I want to learn more about him. Zoe's actions were hard to parse and were resolved so quickly that it didn't feel paced well. I like seeing Mike again. Everything seems to be in place for a next volume I'll enjoy mor Oh, no, a Ms Marvel issue I didn't unreservedly love!! It had to happen eventually. I think I mostly don't like the plot from Outlawed, trying to arrest all teen superheroes, so naturally I wouldn't like this, that did its best to resolve things for Kamala. I really liked Amulet and I want to learn more about him. Zoe's actions were hard to parse and were resolved so quickly that it didn't feel paced well. I like seeing Mike again. Everything seems to be in place for a next volume I'll enjoy more, fingers crossed.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sean

    Volume 3 is part of a larger crossover and some elements felt missing here. Ahmed's run ends and it was never bad but it also never blew me away like the previous volume. I enjoyed the introduction of Amulet but could do without seeing a certain antagonist ever again. Some interpersonal drama was handled well and others fell by the wayside. The art continues to impress. Overall, the bar was set so high it was a tough ask of the author but on its own its a fine read. Volume 3 is part of a larger crossover and some elements felt missing here. Ahmed's run ends and it was never bad but it also never blew me away like the previous volume. I enjoyed the introduction of Amulet but could do without seeing a certain antagonist ever again. Some interpersonal drama was handled well and others fell by the wayside. The art continues to impress. Overall, the bar was set so high it was a tough ask of the author but on its own its a fine read.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Danielle

    Like everybody else, I was super surprised to find out that this is actually the end of Ahmed's run. I really wish we would have gotten more of Amulet, but that was more about the run being canceled than the actual writing. I liked that this reinforces some themes we saw in Wilson's stories (heroes are villainized but continue fighting to protect others), especially with the Kamala v. Ms. Marvel following Kamala's Law. Like everybody else, I was super surprised to find out that this is actually the end of Ahmed's run. I really wish we would have gotten more of Amulet, but that was more about the run being canceled than the actual writing. I liked that this reinforces some themes we saw in Wilson's stories (heroes are villainized but continue fighting to protect others), especially with the Kamala v. Ms. Marvel following Kamala's Law.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Conor Murphy

    Pretty good. Definitely didn't feel like it was supposed to be the end of this run though. Really liked Amulet, and really wanted to see more of him and Kamala fighting crime together. A lot of overarching character threads that were being given room to breathe had to be suddenly wrapped up in the end. Hope Ms. Marvel comes back soon with a good creative team. Pretty good. Definitely didn't feel like it was supposed to be the end of this run though. Really liked Amulet, and really wanted to see more of him and Kamala fighting crime together. A lot of overarching character threads that were being given room to breathe had to be suddenly wrapped up in the end. Hope Ms. Marvel comes back soon with a good creative team.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jon

    Definitely flawed, but I still love this character and the way Ahmed writes her. Things I could do without: *The crossover. Instead of being an irrelevant crossover shoehorned in, it was a very relevant crossover that largely took place in other comic books. *The return of the villain Monopoly, who is supposed to be a commentary on Amazon or something, but is really too over-the-top.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Becca

    This was just so pointless. It didn't really have any original plot, didn't move anything forward (just undid previous events), and didn't really make sense without reading an issue from another series. This was such a weird and futile run. This was just so pointless. It didn't really have any original plot, didn't move anything forward (just undid previous events), and didn't really make sense without reading an issue from another series. This was such a weird and futile run.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Chloe

    I loved this issue. How it dealt with her personal and superhero struggles. I wish I could have read Champions #1 first to get a better understanding on the Outlawedstory line, but it was still so good. I can't believe that this is the end though 😢 I loved this issue. How it dealt with her personal and superhero struggles. I wish I could have read Champions #1 first to get a better understanding on the Outlawedstory line, but it was still so good. I can't believe that this is the end though 😢

  28. 4 out of 5

    Rummanah (Books in the Spotlight)

    3.5 Not my favorite from this run. I did love seeing another Muslim superhero, Amulet, and would have liked to get to know him a bit more. I guess I have to pick up the Champion series in order for more Ms. Marvel adventures until the tv series begins.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    *Lots of reading + no time review = Knee-jerk reactions!* Another excellent installment that really dove into who Ms. Marvel is as a hero--it made me eager to read the Champions book that tells the whole story of Kamala's Law. *Lots of reading + no time review = Knee-jerk reactions!* Another excellent installment that really dove into who Ms. Marvel is as a hero--it made me eager to read the Champions book that tells the whole story of Kamala's Law.

  30. 5 out of 5

    ilham

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. kamala (awkwardly) dating bruno in a few issues is my villain origin story

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