Captain Marvel: Liberation Run

Captain Marvel: Liberation Run


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An all-new original novel in which the most powerful hero in the Marvel Universe must free Inhuman slaves imprisoned on a distant world.

Carol Danvers--Captain Marvel--narrowly stops a spacecraft from crashing. Its pilot Rhi is a young Inhuman woman from a group who left for a life among the stars. Instead they were imprisoned on a planet where an enslaved Inhuman brings her owner great power and influence. Horrified by the account, Carol gathers a team--including Ant-Man, Mantis, and Amadeus Cho--and they set out to free Rhi's people.

Title:Captain Marvel: Liberation Run
Edition Language:English
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    Captain Marvel: Liberation Run Reviews

  • Sophie (BlameChocolate) *on hiatus*

    Read the full review and more at Blame Chocolate.🦸‍♀️ A big thank you to Titan Books for the review copy. This has not influenced my opinion in any way. 🦸‍♀️This book should be read ...

  • Ted

    Brilliant. Loved it. After watching Captain Marvel last weekend my daughter was at the local library and sent me a text asking if I was interested in reading this. I was like, heck yea! lol. This book...

  • J'aime

    I fell in love with Carol Danvers during Kelly Sue DeConnick’s redefining run. I liked her new costume, her new outlook and her unabashed joy of flying. Marvel had finally delivered a superheroine a...

  • Museofnyxmares

    (Gifted) Blog Post:*I was sent a copy by the publisher in exchange for my honest opinion.I truly didn’t kn...

  • Renata

    I LOVED THIS SO MUCH. It's such a smart use of Carol's character and such a timely callout of rape culture while also being an awesome space rebellion story (with a queer alien love story at its heart...

  • Runalong

    Really impressed by this watching Captain Marvel punch the patriarchyFull review

  • Brooke

    It was such a breath of fresh air to read this super inclusive, action-packed, banter-filled superhero novel. I loved it. It's full of characters MCU fans will recognize (Ant-Man, Mantis, Medusa), and...

  • WyrmbergSabrina

    Please read Sophie (Blame Chocolate) review.I add that I really enjoyed this, loved diving in a new part of the universe and discovering new and old characters. A strong message that still needs to be...

  • Erika

    Let me first say this: I am a huge Captain Marvel fan. Carol Danvers is my second favorite heroine in the Marvel Universe. I also knew what I was getting into when I picked up this book. When your epi...

  • Lori S.

    Great fun and fast read. Though the subject matter could have been covered with a too heavy hand, but the author keeps the story humming and the characters are well done....